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  • 181History of Croatia — This article is part of a series Early history …

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  • 182Economy of Croatia — The Economy of Croatia is a service based economy, with the service sector accounting for 67% of the total GDP. The preliminary GDP data for 2007 put Croatian GDP at 275,5 billion Croatian Kuna, or just over USD 12.400 per capita… …

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  • 183Charles Babbage — in 1860 Born 26 December 1791( …

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  • 184Context-free grammar — In formal language theory, a context free grammar (CFG) is a formal grammar in which every production rule is of the form V → w where V is a single nonterminal symbol, and w is a string of terminals and/or nonterminals (w can be empty). The… …

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  • 185Coin — This article is about monetary coins. For other uses, see Coin (disambiguation). A selection of modern coins …

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  • 18622q11.2 deletion syndrome — Infobox Disease Name = PAGENAME Caption = DiseasesDB = 3631 ICD10 = ICD10|D|82|1|d|80 ICD9 = ICD9|279.11, ICD9|758.32 ICDO = OMIM = 188400 MedlinePlus = eMedicineSubj = med eMedicineTopic = 567 eMedicine mult = eMedicine2|ped|589… …

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  • 187Major depressive disorder — For other depressive disorders, see Mood disorder. Major Depressive Disorder Classification and external resources …

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  • 188Domitian — For other people named Domitian, see Domitian (disambiguation). Domitian 11th Emperor of the Roman Empire Bust of Domitian, Capitoline Museum, Rome …

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  • 189Developmental psychology — Child Psychology redirects here. For the song by Black Box Recorder, see Child Psychology (song). For the journal, see Developmental Psychology (journal). Psychology …

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  • 190Emil Kraepelin — (February 15, 1856–October 7, 1926) was a German psychiatrist. The Encyclopedia of Psychology by H. J. Eysenck identifies him as the founder of contemporary scientific psychiatry, as well as of psychopharmacology and psychiatric genetics.… …

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  • 191Four color theorem — Example of a four colored map A four colori …

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  • 192Fast combat support ship — The fast combat support ship (AOE) is the United States Navy s largest combat logistics ship, designed as an oiler, ammunition and supply ship. All fast combat support ships currently in service are operated by Military Sealift Command (MSC). The …

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  • 193George Orwell — Eric Blair redirects here. For the politician, see Eric Blair (Ontario politician). George Orwell Orwell s press card portrait, taken in 1933 Born Eric Arthur Blair 25 June 1903( …

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  • 194Galileo Galilei — For other uses of Galileo , see Galileo (disambiguation). For other uses of Galileo Galilei , see Galileo Galilei (disambiguation) …

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  • 195Transport in Guyana — The transportation sector comprises the physical facilities, terminals, fleets and ancillary equipment of all the various modes of transport operating in Guyana, the transport services, transport agencies providing these services, the… …

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  • 196God Emperor of Dune — See God emperor for the general concept. God Emperor of Dune   …

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  • 197Hypoglycemia — For information about the popular condition that does not involve measured low glucose, see hypoglycemia (common usage). Hypoglycemia Classification and external resources Glucose meter ICD 10 …

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  • 198Great Famine (Ireland) — The Great Famine ( ga. An Gorta Mór [The term has appeared in the titles of numerous books on the event, as demonstrated by [http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=%22Gorta+Mo%CC%81r%22 =Search qt=results page this search on WorldCat] ] or ga. An… …

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  • 199Inertial frame of reference — In physics, an inertial frame of reference is a frame of reference which belongs to a set of frames in which physical laws hold in the same and simplest form. According to the first postulate of special relativity, all physical laws take their… …

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  • 200John Newton — John Henry Newton (July 24, 1725 ndash; December 21, 1807) was an Englishman, Anglican clergyman and former slave ship captain. He was the author of many hymns, including Amazing Grace. Early lifeJohn Newton was born in Wapping, London, in 1725,… …

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