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  • 81electricity — /i lek tris i tee, ee lek /, n. 1. See electric charge. 2. See electric current. 3. the science dealing with electric charges and currents. 4. a state or feeling of excitement, anticipation, tension, etc. [1640 50; ELECTRIC + ITY] * * *… …

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  • 82Botticelli, Sandro — orig. Alessandro di Mariano Filipepi born 1445, Florence died May 7, 1510, Florence [Italy] Italian painter active in Florence. As a youth he may have been apprenticed to a goldsmith, and he later trained with Fra Filippo Lippi in Florence. By… …

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  • 83Illuminated Manuscripts — • A large number of manuscripts covered with painted ornaments Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Illuminated Manuscripts     Illuminated Manuscripts      …

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  • 84Parables — • A comparison, or a parallel, by which one thing is used to illustrate another. Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Parables     Parables      …

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  • 85Food web — A freshwater aquatic and terrestrial food web. A food web (or food cycle) depicts feeding connections (what eats what) in an ecological community. Ecologists can broadly lump all life forms into one of two categories called trophic levels: 1) the …

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  • 86Domain-specific multimodeling — Domain specific multimodeling[1] is a software development paradigm where each view is made explicit as a separate domain specific language (DSL). Successful development of a modern enterprise system requires the convergence of multiple views.… …

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  • 87Oligosaccharide nomenclature — Oligosaccharides and polysaccharides are an important class of polymeric carbohydrates found in virtually all living entities.[1] Their structural features make their nomenclature challenging and their roles in living systems make their… …

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  • 88Heraclitus — Catherine Osborne No philosopher before Socrates can have had such a profound influence on so many generations of subsequent thinkers as Heraclitus. Nor can any thinker, probably in the whole history of philosophy, have inspired such a wide range …

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  • 89elucidate — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. clarify, illuminate, illustrate; explain, interpret. See interpretation. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. explain, interpret, illustrate, clarify; see explain . See Synonym Study at explain . III (Roget s 3 …

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  • 90MAḤZOR — (Heb. מַחֲזוֹר, maḥazor; cycle ), festival prayer book. The word is similar to the term Maḥzarta of the Syrian Church, which means a breviary, and was originally applied to the poetical insertions to be recited in prayers throughout the yearly… …

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  • 91Гваренги, Джиакомо — Кваренги (Guarenghi, Quarenghi), придворный архитектор при Екатерине II, Павле I и Александре I. Построил Эрмитажный театр, биржу и множество других зданий. Умер в 1790 г. (по Наглеру). Гваренги отличался большим безобразием, с огромным носом, в… …

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  • 92Beatrix Potter — This article is about the author. For the sociologist and reformer, see Beatrice Webb. Beatrix Potter Beatrix Potter Born 28 July 1866 Kensington, London, England Died 2 …

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  • 93EPR paradox — In quantum mechanics, the EPR paradox is a thought experiment which challenged long held ideas about the relation between the observed values of physical quantities and the values that can be accounted for by a physical theory. EPR stands for… …

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  • 94Graphic design — Graphic symbols are often functionalist and anonymous,[1] as these pictographs from the US National Park Service illustrate. Graphic design is a creative process – most often involving a client and a designer and usually completed in conjunction… …

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  • 95Chess problem — Part of a series on Puzzles …

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  • 96Wave function — Not to be confused with the related concept of the Wave equation Some trajectories of a harmonic oscillator (a ball attached to a spring) in classical mechanics (A B) and quantum mechanics (C H). In quantum mechanics (C H), the ball has a wave… …

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  • 97Bode plot — ; the straight line approximations are labeled Bode pole ; phase varies from 90° at low frequencies (due to the contribution of the numerator, which is 90° at all frequencies) to 0° at high frequencies (where the phase contribution of the… …

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  • 98Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons — This article is about the 1967 TV series. For the 2005 series, see Gerry Anderson s New Captain Scarlet. Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons …

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  • 99Gustave Doré — This article is about the French artist. For other uses, see Doré (disambiguation). Gustave Doré Born January 6, 1832(1832 01 06) …

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  • 100Dining philosophers problem — In computer science, the dining philosophers problem is an example problem often used in concurrent algorithm design to illustrate synchronization issues and techniques for resolving them. It was originally formulated in 1965 by Edsger Dijkstra… …

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