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  • 101Vimana — A vimāna ( sa. विमान) is a mythical flying machine, described in the Sanskrit epics. In books by Srila Prabhupada, they are referred to as airplanes or spiritual airplanes .Etymology and usageSanskrit vi māna literally means measuring out,… …

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  • 102Cherry picker — For the basketball strategy, see Cherry picking (basketball). For the historical British regiment, see 11th Hussars. Cherry picker reaching from pavement across front gardens to upstairs windows. A cherry picker (also known as a boom lift, man… …

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  • 104Automatism — 1. A behavior that is performed without conscious knowledge and that does not appear to be under conscious control. This curious type of behavior occurs in a number of neurological and psychiatric disorders. The neurologic disorders associated… …

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  • 105auto- — au to [Gr. ? self.] 1. A combining form, with the meaning of self, one s self, one s own, itself, its own. [1913 Webster] 2. a prefix with the meaning of self moving, self propelling; as, an autocar, an autocarriage, an autotruck, etc., an… …

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  • 106selfsome — adjective /ˈsɛlf.sʌm/ a) of or characteristic of self or ones self. b) self centered; self moving, self motivated. Syn: isolate, autotelic …

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  • 107Taqi al-Din — Muhammad ibn Ma ruf al Shami al Asadi (Arabic: تقي الدين محمد بن معروف الشامي السعدي, Turkish: Takiyuddin) (1526 ndash;1585) was a major Ottoman Turkish [cite journal last = Douglas | first = A. V. year =1963 title = Tenth International Congress… …

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  • 108automatic — adj 1. self moving, self acting, self propelling, self directing; mechanical, robotistic, robotlike, push button, knee jerk, habitual. 2. unconscious, instinctive, natural, spontaneous, unbidden; Physiol. involuntary, uncontrolled, Physiol.… …

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  • 109automatic — /ɔtəˈmætɪk/ (say awtuh matik) adjective 1. having the power of self motion; self moving or self acting; mechanical. 2. Physiology occurring independently of volition, as certain muscular actions. 3. (of a firearm, pistol, etc.) utilising the… …

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  • 110Fear of loneliness — An abnormal and persistent fear of loneliness, of being alone. Sufferers of this fear experience undue anxiety even though they realize that being alone does not threaten their well being. They may worry about being ignored and unloved, or they… …

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  • 111Fear of solitude — An abnormal and persistent fear of solitude, of being alone. Sufferers of this fear experience undue anxiety even though they realize that being alone does not threaten their well being. They may worry about being ignored and unloved, or they may …

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  • 112Loneliness, fear of — An abnormal and persistent fear of loneliness, of being alone. Sufferers of this fear experience undue anxiety even though they realize that being alone does not threaten their well being. They may worry about being ignored and unloved, or they… …

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  • 113Solitude, fear of — An abnormal and persistent fear of solitude, of being alone. Sufferers of this fear experience undue anxiety even though they realize that being alone does not threaten their well being. They may worry about being ignored and unloved, or they may …

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  • 114Seventeenth-century materialism: Gassendi and Hobbes — T.Sorell In the English speaking world Pierre Gassendi is probably best known as the author of a set of Objections to Descartes’s Meditations. These Objections, the fifth of seven sets collected by Mersenne, are relatively long and full, and… …

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  • 115automatic — au·to·mat·ic (aw″to matґik) [Gr. automatos self acting] 1. spontaneous or involuntary; done by no act of the will. 2. self moving; self regulating …

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  • 116spontaneous — a. Voluntary, instinctive, uncompelled, unbidden, unconstrained, willing, gratuitous, free, impulsive, self moving, self acting, self existent …

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  • 117automatic — [adj1] done or made by machine automated, electric, electronic, mechanical, mechanized, motorized, robotic, self moving, self regulating, self starting; concepts 538,549 Ant. by hand, manual automatic [adj2] done by habit autogenetic, habitual,… …

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  • 118locofoco — ˌlōkōˈfō(ˌ)kō noun ( s) Etymology: probably from locomotive (I) (self propelled) + Italian foco, fuoco fire, from Latin focus fireplace, hearth more at focus 1. : a match or cigar developed during the 19th century and capable of being ignited by… …

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  • 119au|to|ki|net|ic — « toh kih NEHT ihk», adjective. self moving; automatic. ╂[< Greek autok ētos self moved (< autós self + kīneîn to move) + English ic] …

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  • 120Autokinetic — Au to*ki*net ic, a. [Auto + kinetic.] Self moving; moving automatically. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …

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