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  • 181Furnace — For other uses, see Furnace (disambiguation). Industrial Furnace from 1907 A furnace is a device used for heating. The name derives from Latin fornax, oven. In American English and Canadian English, the term furnace on its own is generally used… …

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  • 182Semantic memory — refers to the memory of meanings, understandings, and other concept based knowledge unrelated to specific experiences. The conscious recollection of factual information and general knowledge about the world,cite web… …

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  • 183Evans syndrome — Infobox Disease Name = PAGENAME Caption = DiseasesDB = 29724 ICD10 = ICD10|D|69|3|d|65 ICD9 = ICD9|287.32 ICDO = OMIM = MedlinePlus = eMedicineSubj = ped eMedicineTopic = 721 MeshID = Evans syndrome is an autoimmune disease in which an individual …

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  • 184Primidone — Systematic (IUPAC) name 5 ethyl 5 phenyl hexahydropyrimidine 4,6 dione Clinical data Pregnancy cat. D …

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  • 185industrial glass — Introduction       solid material that is normally lustrous and transparent in appearance and that shows great durability under exposure to the natural elements. These three properties lustre, transparency, and durability make glass a favoured… …

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  • 186re|frac|to|ry — «rih FRAK tuhr ee», adjective, noun, plural ries. –adj. 1. hard to manage; stubborn; obstinate: »Mules are refractory. 2. not yielding readily to treatment: »She had a refractory cough. 3. hard to melt, reduce, or work: »Some ores are more… …

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  • 187Crucible — For other uses, see Crucible (disambiguation). A modern crucible used in the production of silicon ingots via the Czochralski process A crucible is a container used for metal, glass, and pigment production as well as a number of modern laboratory …

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  • 188Refraction (metallurgy) — In metallurgy, refraction is a property of metals that indicates their ability to withstand heat. Metals with a high degree of refraction are referred to as refractory . These metals derive their high melting points from their strong… …

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  • 189Niobium carbide — Identifiers CAS number 12069 94 2 Properties Molecular formula NbC …

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  • 190Jetstream furnace — Jetstream furnaces (later Tempest wood burning boilers), were an advanced design of wood fired water heaters conceived by Dr. Richard Hill of the University of Maine in Orono, Maine, USA. The design heated a house to prove the theory, then with… …

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  • 191Corneal ulcer — For the condition in animals, see Corneal ulcers in animals. Corneal ulcer Classification and external resources ICD 10 H16.0 ICD 9 …

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  • 192Fernald Feed Materials Production Center — The Fernald Feed Materials Production Center (commonly referred to simply as Fernald) was a uranium processing facility located near the rural town of Fernald, in Hamilton County, Ohio, about 20 miles northwest of Cincinnati, which fabricated… …

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  • 193Leo Brewer — Infobox Scientist name = Leo Brewer |50px caption = Leo Brewer in 1948 birth date = June 13 1919 birth place = St. Louis,Missouri death date = February 22 2005 (aged 85) death place = Lafayette, California residence = Berkeley, California… …

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  • 194Cupola furnace — A cupola furnace in operation at Wayne State University, in Detroit, Michigan A Cupola or Cupola furnace is a melting device used in foundries that can be used to melt cast iron, ni resist iron and some bronzes. The cupola can be made almost any… …

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  • 195unruly — unruliness, n. /un rooh lee/, adj., unrulier, unruliest. not submissive or conforming to rule; ungovernable; turbulent; intractable; refractory; lawless: an unruly class; an unruly wilderness. [1350 1400; ME unruely, equiv. to un UN 1 + ruly,… …

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  • 196cardiovascular disease — Introduction       any of the diseases, whether congenital or acquired, of the heart and blood vessels (blood vessel). Among the most important are atherosclerosis, rheumatic heart disease, and vascular inflammation. Cardiovascular diseases are a …

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  • 197France — • Geography, statistics, and history Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. France     France     † …

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  • 198B-cell chronic lymphocytic leukemia — B cell CLL redirects here. For the gene family, see B cell CLL/lymphoma. Chronic lymphocytic leukemia Classification and external resources Peripheral blood smear showing CLL cells ICD 10 …

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  • 199Oakwood Hospital — This article is about the facility in Barming Heath, England. For the chain of hospitals in suburban Detroit, Michigan, see Oakwood Health System. St Andrew s House, Oakwood Hospital Oakwood Hospital in Barming Heath near Maidstone, England was a …

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  • 200Graphite — For other uses, see Graphite (disambiguation). Graphite Graphite specimen General Category Native element mineral …

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