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  • 101 Ars Conjectandi — (Latin: The Art of Conjecturing) is a mathematical paper written by Jakob Bernoulli and published eight years after his death by his nephew, Niklaus Bernoulli, in 1713. The work both consolidated existing probability theory and added to the… …

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  • 102 Cyclothymic personality — (Affective personality) is a DSM II personality disorder. It has the following definition:quotation|This behavior pattern is manifested by recurring and alternating periods of depression and elation. Periods of elation may be marked by ambition,… …

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  • 103 obsolescence — ob·so·les·cence /ˌäb sə les əns/ n: a loss in the utility or value of property that results over time from intrinsic limitations (as outmoded facilities) or external circumstances ◇ Obsolescence is usu. distinguished from depreciation and… …

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  • 104 Posture — Pos ture (?; 135), n. [F., fr. L. positura, fr. ponere, positum, to place. See {Position}.] 1. The position of the body; the situation or disposition of the several parts of the body with respect to each other, or for a particular purpose;… …

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  • 105 Large Group Awareness Training — The term Large Group Awareness Training (LGAT) refers to training offered by some groups in what some call the human potential movement. By using LGAT techniques, these providers claim to (among other things) increase self awareness and bring… …

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  • 106 Tragic hero — A tragic hero is the main character in a tragedy who makes an error in his or her actions that leads to his or her downfall. [cite web|url=http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/tragic%20hero title=Dictionary: Tragic Hero|date=|2003… …

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  • 107 Attraction — In general, an attraction draws one object towards another one. The term may have the following specific meanings.* In physics, attraction may refer to gravity or to the electromagnetic force. *Attraction (emotion) *Interpersonal attraction the… …

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  • 108 Experimentum crucis — In the sciences, an experimentum crucis (English: crucial experiment or critical experiment) is an experiment capable of decisively determining whether or not a particular hypothesis or theory is superior to all other hypotheses or theories whose …

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  • 109 Dominion of New England — in America Colony of Kingdom of England …

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  • 110 Herd — Covey redirects here. For other uses, see Covey (disambiguation). For other uses, see Herd (disambiguation). Boy herding a flock of sheep, India; a classic example of the domestic herding of animals …

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  • 111 The Winter of Our Discontent — infobox Book | name = The Winter of Our Discontent title orig = translator = image caption = First edition cover author = John Steinbeck cover artist = country = United States language = English series = genre = Novel publisher = The Viking Press …

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  • 112 Discourse community — The term discourse community links the terms discourse, a concept describing all forms of communication that contribute to a particular, instructionalized way of thinking; and community, which in this case refers to the people who use, and… …

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  • 113 Michael Fried — (born 1939, New York City) is a Modernist art critic and art historian. He studied at Princeton University and Harvard University and was a Rhodes Scholar at Merton College, Oxford University. He is currently the J.R. Herbert Boone Professor of… …

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  • 114 Section 51(vi) of the Australian Constitution — Section 51(vi) of the Australian Constitution, commonly called the defence power, is a subsection of Section 51 of the Australian Constitution that gives the Commonwealth Parliament the right to legislate with respect to the naval and military… …

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  • 115 Worldview and working model of neuro-linguistic programming — The Worldview and working model of Neuro linguistic programming (NLP) covers the underlying philosophy of NLP, and how and why this philosophy is intended to be used in practice.Neuro linguistic programming is an approach to communication and… …

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  • 116 Strictly Come Dancing (Series 4) — Infobox Strictly Come Dancing Series season name = Strictly Come Dancing (Series 4) caption = celebrity winner = Mark Ramprakash professional winner = Karen Hardy country = United Kingdom network = BBC One first aired = 7 October 2006 last aired …

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  • 117 Per quod — is a Latin phrase (meaning whereby ) used to illustrate that the existence of a thing or an idea is on the basis of external circumstances not explicit. Legal Example Statements are considered defamatory per quod if the defamatory character of… …

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  • 118 Local replacement algorithm — With multiple processes competing for frames, we can classify page replacement algorithms into two broad categories:global replacement and local replacement.Global replacement allows a process to select a replacement frame from the set of all… …

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  • 119 Beloved community — The concept of a Beloved Community was developed by American pragmatic philosopher Charles Peirce, and further by Hegelian Idealist Josiah Royce. It was also employed by radical social critic Randolph Bourne and black Civil Rights leader, the… …

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  • 120 Catholic theology of the body — is a review of historical positions and views on the role of the human body. Catholic Theology of the Body is based on the premise that the human body has its origin in God. It will be, like the body of Jesus, resurrected, transformed and taken… …

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