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  • 61dis|crim´i|nat´ing|ly — dis|crim|i|nat|ing «dihs KRIHM uh NAY tihng», adjective. 1. able to discriminate well; discerning: »The art collector has discriminating taste. 2. that discriminates: »She is discriminating in her choice of friends. 3. differential: »Makers… …

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  • 62dis|crim|i|nat|ing — «dihs KRIHM uh NAY tihng», adjective. 1. able to discriminate well; discerning: »The art collector has discriminating taste. 2. that discriminates: »She is discriminating in her choice of friends. 3. differential: »Makers wanted a discriminating… …

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  • 63Discrimination — Dis*crim i*na tion, n. [L. discriminatio the contrasting of opposite thoughts.] 1. The act of discriminating, distinguishing, or noting and marking differences. [1913 Webster] To make an anxious discrimination between the miracle absolute and… …

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  • 64discrimination — noun Date: 1648 1. a. the act of discriminating b. the process by which two stimuli differing in some aspect are responded to differently 2. the quality or power of finely distinguishing 3. a. the act, practice, or an instance …

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  • 65epicure — noun Etymology: Epicurus Date: 1565 1. archaic one devoted to sensual pleasure ; sybarite 2. one with sensitive and discriminating tastes especially in food or wine Synonyms: epicure, gourmet, gourmand, gastronome mean one who takes pleasure in… …

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  • 66Hugo de Garis — (born 1947, Sydney, Australia) is a researcher in the sub field of artificial intelligence (AI) known as evolvable hardware. He became known in the 1990s for his research on the use of genetic algorithms to evolve neural networks using three… …

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  • 67History of Mauritania — The history of Mauritania dates back to the 3rd century. Mauritania is named after the ancient Berber kingdom of Mauretania.Pre colonizationThe Sahara has linked rather than divided the peoples who inhabit it and has served as an avenue for… …

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  • 68Voting Rights Act — of 1965 Full title An act to enforce the fifteenth amendment to the Constitution of the United S …

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  • 69National Labor Relations Act — President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signs the act on July 9, 1935. Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins (right) looks on. The National Labor Relations Act or Wagner Act (after its sponsor, New York Senator Robert F. Wagner) (Pub.L. 74 198,… …

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  • 70South Pacific (musical) — This article is about the 1949 Broadway musical. For the 1958 film, see South Pacific (film). For the 2001 film, see South Pacific (2001 film). South Pacific Original Cast Recording Music Richard Rodgers …

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  • 71Occupation of Denmark — Headquarters of the Schalburg Corps, a Danish SS unit, after 1943. The occupied building is the lodge of the Danish Order of Freemasons located on Blegdamsvej, Copenhagen …

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  • 72Miami University — This article is about the university in Ohio. For the university in Florida, see University of Miami. Coordinates: 39°30′43″N 84°44′05″W / 39.511905°N 84.734674°W …

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  • 73Colorism — is a form of discrimination in which human beings are accorded differing social and treatment based on skin color. The preference often gets translated to economic status because of opportunities for work. Colorism can be found across the world.… …

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  • 74Item response theory — In psychometrics, item response theory (IRT) is a body of theory describing the application of mathematical models to data from questionnaires and tests as a basis for measuring abilities, attitudes, or other variables. It is used for statistical …

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  • 75Paraconsistent logic — A paraconsistent logic is a logical system that attempts to deal with contradictions in a discriminating way. Alternatively, paraconsistent logic is the subfield of logic that is concerned with studying and developing paraconsistent (or… …

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  • 76David Hinchliffe — For the Brisbane city councillor, see David Hinchliffe (Australian politician). David Hinchliffe Member of Parliament for Wakefield In office 11 June 1987 – 5 May 2005 Preceded by Walter Harrison Succeeded by …

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  • 77Marine Le Pen — Marine Le Pen, president of the Front National pictured in January 2011 2nd President of the National Front Incumbent …

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  • 78Koreatown — (Korean: 코리아타운) is a term to describe the Korean ethnic enclave within a city or metropolitan area.ArgentinaBuenos AiresBuenos Aires´ primary Koreatown is in the neighborhood of Flores, specifically within the enclave called Bajo Flores. The… …

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  • 79Gareth Evans (philosopher) — Gareth Evans (12 May 1946 ndash; 10 August 1980) was a British philosopher at Oxford University during the 1970s. LifeGareth Evans studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) at University College, Oxford (1964 ndash;67). His philosophy… …

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  • 80Genetic genealogy — Part of a series on Genetic genealogy Concepts Population genetics Haplogroup/ Haplotype Most recent common ancestor Human mitochondrial DNA haplogroups Human Y chromosome DNA haplogroups Genomics Other Y chromosome haplogroups by po …

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