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  • 41 World War II — the war between the Axis and the Allies, beginning on September 1, 1939, with the German invasion of Poland and ending with the surrender of Germany on May 8, 1945, and of Japan on August 14, 1945. Abbr.: WWII * * * or Second World War (1939–45)… …

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  • 42 indirect — I Adjective allusive, ambagious, backhanded, circuitous, circumambulating, circumlocutory, covert, crooked, desultory, deviating, deviatory, devious, devius, digressing, digressive, excursive, hidden, implicit, labyrinthine, meandering, non… …

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  • 43 circular — I (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Round] Syn. annular, orbicular, disklike; see round 1 , 2 . 2. [Circuitous] Syn. indirect, roundabout, winding; see indirect . See Synonym Study at round . n. Syn. handbill, broadside, leaflet, flier; see advertisement 1 …

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  • 44 roundabout — I. adjective Date: 1608 circuitous, indirect < had to take a roundabout route > • roundaboutness noun II. noun Date: 1755 1. a circuitous route ; detour …

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  • 45 Hydrazine — For the antidepressant, see Hydrazine (antidepressant). Hydrazine …

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  • 46 Chess problem terminology — This is a list of terms used in chess problems. For a list of unorthodox pieces used in chess problems, see fairy chess piece. For a list of terms used in chess is general, see chess terminology. NOTOC A *Actual play see post key play . *Albino a …

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  • 47 Joseph Locke — Infobox Engineer image width = 150px caption = Joseph Locke name =Joseph Locke, railway engineer nationality = English birth date = 9 August 1805 birth place = Attercliffe, Yorkshire death date = Death date and age|1860|9|18|1805|8|9|df=y death… …

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  • 48 Swainson's Thrush — Conservation status Least Concer …

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  • 49 Angel problem — The angel problem is a question in game theory proposed by John Horton Conway. The game is commonly referred to as the Angels and Devils game. The game is played by two players called the angel and the devil. It is played on an infinite… …

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  • 50 Recurrent laryngeal nerve — Nerve: Recurrent laryngeal nerve POSTERIOR VIEW: The tracheobronchial lymph glands (I. and E. Recurrent nerves visible at top.) …

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  • 51 Grand Central Station (Chicago) — Grand Central Station was a passenger railroad terminal in downtown Chicago, Illinois from 1890 to 1969. It was located at 201 W. Harrison Street in the south western part of the Chicago Loop, the block bounded by between Harrison Street, Wells… …

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  • 52 New York State Route 12 — NY 12 redirects here. NY 12 may also refer to New York s 12th congressional district. NYS Route 12 Map of Upstate New York with NY 12 highlighted in …

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  • 53 Vaikom Satyagraha — (1924 25) was a satyagraha (movement) in Travancore, India (now part of Kerala) against untouchability in Hindu society. The movement was centered at the Shiva temple at Vaikom, near Kottayam.The Satyagraha aimed at securing freedom of movement… …

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  • 54 around — /euh rownd /, adv. 1. in a circle, ring, or the like; so as to surround a person, group, thing, etc.: The crowd gathered around. 2. on all sides; about: His land is fenced all around. 3. in all directions from a center or point of reference: He… …

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  • 55 roundabout — adj. /rownd euh bowt , rownd euh bowt /; n. /rownd euh bowt /, adj. 1. circuitous or indirect, as a road, journey, method, statement or person. 2. (of clothing) cut circularly at the bottom; having no tails, train, or the like. n. 3. a short,… …

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  • 56 Bozeman, John M. — ▪ American explorer born 1835, Georgia, U.S. died April 20, 1867, near Yellowstone River, Montana Territory [U.S.]       creator of the Bozeman Trail to the gold rush towns of western Montana in the 1860s.       Little is known of Bozeman s life… …

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  • 57 Will — • This article discusses will in its psychological aspect Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Will     Will     † …

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  • 58 Circulation — The movement of fluid in a regular or circuitous course. Although the noun "circulation" does not necessarily refer to the circulation of the blood, for all practical purposes today it does. Heart failure is an example of a problem with …

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  • 59 Glossary of chess problems — This is a list of terms used in chess problems. For a list of unorthodox pieces used in chess problems, see fairy chess piece. For a list of terms used in chess is general, see chess terminology. Contents: Top · 0–9 · A B C D E F G H I… …

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  • 60 detour — I noun alternate route, by pass, by passage, circuitous route, deflection, departure, deviation, deviation from a direct course, digression, diversion, excursion, indirect path, loop, roundabout course, temporary route, wrong course associated… …

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