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  • 21analysis — /euh nal euh sis/, n., pl. analyses / seez /. 1. the separating of any material or abstract entity into its constituent elements (opposed to synthesis). 2. this process as a method of studying the nature of something or of determining its… …

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  • 22Heritability — is the proportion of phenotypic variation in a population that is due to genetic variation between individuals. Phenotypic variation among individuals may be due to genetic, environmental factors, and/or random chance[1]. Heritability analyzes… …

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  • 23BLAST — Infobox Software name=BLAST developer=Myers, E., Altschul S.F., Gish W., Miller E.W., Lipman D.J., NCBI latest release version=2.2.18 operating system=UNIX, Linux, Mac, MS Windows genre=Bioinformatics tool license=Public Domain website=… …

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  • 24Computer simulation — This article is about computer model within a scientific context. For artistic usage, see 3d modeling. For simulating a computer on a computer, see emulator. A 48 hour computer simulation of Typhoon Mawar using the Weather Research and… …

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  • 25Canadian and American health care systems compared — basis ($2724 and $2121 on a non adjusted basis); total U.S. spending was US$6096 vs. US$3137 (PPP) ($6096 and $3038 on a non adjusted basis).] Studies have come to different conclusions about the result of this disparity in spending. A 2007… …

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  • 26Grounded theory (Glaser) — Grounded theory is a general research method for behavioral science developed by the sociologists Barney Glaser (born 1930) (trained in quantitative sociology by Paul Lazarsfeld) and Anselm Strauss (1916 1996) (trained in symbolic interactionism… …

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  • 27Grounded theory — (GT) is a systematic methodology in the social sciences involving the generation of theory from data.[1] It is mainly used in qualitative research, but is also applicable to quantitative data.[2] Grounded theory is a research method, which… …

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  • 28Comparative politics — Part of the Politics series Politics List of political topics Politics by country …

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  • 29Jacob Neusner bibliography — This is a list of books by Professor Jacob Neusner as of early 2005. Articles, reviews, etc. are not included here.* A Life of Yohanan ben Zakkai. Leiden, 1962: Brill. Abraham Berliner Prize in Jewish History, Jewish Theological Seminary of… …

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  • 30Health care reform in the United States — ] Current estimates put U.S. health care spending at approximately 16% of GDP. [http://www.cms.hhs.gov/NationalHealthExpendData/25 NHE Fact Sheet.asp#TopOfPage National Health Expenditure Data: NHE Fact Sheet, ] Centers for Medicare and Medicaid… …

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  • 31Illusory superiority — is a cognitive bias that causes people to overestimate their positive qualities and abilities and to underestimate their negative qualities, relative to others. This is evident in a variety of areas including intelligence, performance on tasks or …

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  • 32Characters of Shakespear's Plays —   …

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  • 33Comparative studies of the Roman and Han empires — Political Map of the Eastern Hemisphere in 200 CE Comparisons between the Roman and Han empires are the comparative study of the Roman Empire and the Han Dynasty of Early Imperial China. At their peaks, both states controlled a large portion of… …

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  • 34Blackjack — This article is about the gambling game. For other uses, see Black Jack (disambiguation). A game of blackjack with a blackjack hand of 21. Blackjack, also known as Twenty one or Vingt et un (French: twenty one ), is the most widely played casino… …

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  • 35Pendulum — This article is about pendulums. For other uses, see Pendulum (disambiguation). Simple gravity pendulum model assumes no friction or air resistance …

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  • 36Diff — In computing, diff is a file comparison utility that outputs the differences between two files, or the changes made to a current file by comparing it to a former version of the same file. Diff displays the changes made per line for text files.… …

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  • 37Clock rate — Clocking redirects here. For tampering with vehicle odometers, see Odometer fraud. The clock rate is the rate in cycles per second (measured in hertz) or the frequency of the clock in any synchronous circuit, such as a central processing unit… …

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  • 38Sabians — The Sabians ( ar. صابئين, he. צבאים) were a religious group. Most of what is currently known about them comes from what has been written about them by Maimonides and the primary Classical Arabic sources.The Fihrist of Al Nadim, (an Arabic writer… …

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  • 39Password cracking — is the process of recovering passwords from data that has been stored in or transmitted by a computer system. A common approach is to repeatedly try guesses for the password. The purpose of password cracking might be to help a user recover a… …

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  • 40False analogy — is an informal fallacy applying to inductive arguments. It is often mistakenly considered to be a formal fallacy, but it is not, because a false analogy consists of an error in the substance of an argument (the content of the analogy itself), not …

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