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  • 141Foxfield —    Fictitious town in Massachusetts invented by HPL, although never cited in any story. A “Plan of Foxfield for possible fictional use” in HPL’s handwriting survives in AHT; it indicates that Foxfield is east of Aylesbury and Dunwich and… …

    An H.P.Lovecraft encyclopedia

  • 142Glendale —    Fictitious town in Maine invented either by HPL or by C.M.Eddy and cited in “The Ghost Eater” (1923) …

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  • 143Innsmouth —    Fictitious city invented by HPL. Innsmouth was first mentioned in “Celephais” (1920), but clearly set in England. It was revived for two sonnets (“The Port” [VIII] and “The Bells” [XIX]) of Fungi from Yuggoth (1929–30), where the setting is… …

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  • 144Kingsport —    Fictitious city in Massachusetts invented by HPL. Kingsport first appeared in “The Terrible Old Man” (1920) but was not then based upon any specific site; only in “The Festival” (1923) was it identified with Marblehead, a living museum of… …

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  • 145Max Herliger Account —    Fictitious Schutzstaffel (SS) bank account set up in Swiss banks by Heinrich Himmler in September 1940 for the purpose of depositing all of the valuables confiscated from the Jews. This included precious jewelry, gold and silver items, and the …

    Historical dictionary of the Holocaust

  • 146common bail — Fictitious sureties formally entered in the proper office of the court. See bail common, above …

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  • 147black acre and white acre — Fictitious names used by the old writers to distinguish one parcel of land from another, to avoid ambiguity, as well as the inconvenience of a fuller description …

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  • 148dale and sale — Fictitious names of places, used in the English books, as examples The manor of Dale and the manner of Sale, lying both in Vale …

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  • 149common bail — Fictitious sureties formally entered in the proper office of the court. See bail common, above …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 150black acre and white acre — Fictitious names used by the old writers to distinguish one parcel of land from another, to avoid ambiguity, as well as the inconvenience of a fuller description …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 151dale and sale — Fictitious names of places, used in the English books, as examples The manor of Dale and the manner of Sale, lying both in Vale …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 152fictitiously — fictitious ► ADJECTIVE 1) not real or true, being imaginary or invented. 2) referring to the characters and events found in fiction. DERIVATIVES fictitiously adverb fictitiousness noun …

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  • 153fictitiousness — fictitious ► ADJECTIVE 1) not real or true, being imaginary or invented. 2) referring to the characters and events found in fiction. DERIVATIVES fictitiously adverb fictitiousness noun …

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  • 154Mechanics of planar particle motion — Classical mechanics Newton s Second Law History of classical mechanics  …

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  • 155Centrifugal force (planar motion) — In classical mechanics, centrifugal force (from Latin centrum center and fugere to flee ) is one of the three so called inertial forces or fictitious forces that enter the equations of motion when Newton s laws are formulated in a non inertial… …

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  • 156Centrifugal force (rotating reference frame) — This article is about the fictitious force related to rotating reference frames. For other uses, see Centrifugal force. Classical mechanics …

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  • 157Witchblade — This article is about the Top Cow comic book series. For other uses, see Witchblade (disambiguation). Witchblade The Witchblade armor, as seen on the Witchblade volume one trade paperback Publication information Publisher …

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  • 158Non-inertial reference frame — A non inertial reference frame is a frame of reference that is under acceleration.[1] The laws of physics in such a frame do not take on their most simple form, as required by the theory of special relativity.[2][3] To explain the motion of… …

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  • 159Centrifugal force — Not to be confused with Centripetal force. Classical mechanics Newton s Second Law …

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  • 160Coriolis effect — For the psychophysical perception effect, see Coriolis effect (perception). Classical mechanics Newton s Second Law …

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