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  • 141ability — noun /əˈbɪlɪti,əˈbɪlɪɾi/ a) The quality or state of being able.<!; power to perform, whether physical, moral, intellectual, conventional, or legal; capacity; skill or competence in doing; sufficiency of strength, skill, resources, etc.; in the …

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  • 142attitude — 1. noun a) The position of the body or way of carrying oneself; posture. The ballet dancer walked with a graceful attitude, ... b) Disposition or state of mind …

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  • 143adaptness — noun The state of being fitted; adaptation; aptness; as, adaptness of the sound to the sense. See Also: adapt, adaptability, adaptable, adaptableness, adaptably, adaptation …

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  • 144knack — 1. noun /næk/ a) A readiness in performance; aptness at doing something; skill; facility; dexterity. The sophist runs for conver to the darkness of what is not and attaches himself to it by some knack of his; b) A …

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  • 145ergoesthesiograph — An apparatus for recording graphically muscular aptness as shown in the ability to counterbalance variable resistances. [ergo + G. aisthesis, sensation, + grapho, to record] * * * er·go·es·the·sio·graph (ur″go es theґze o graf) [ergo +… …

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  • 146Daimler Freeline — Manufacturer Daimler Motor Company Built at Coventry, Warwickshire, England Operator(s) Various municipals and independents, overseas UK …

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  • 147David Prall — David Wight Prall (1886–1940) was a philosopher of art at the University of California. Publications Concerning the Nature of Philosophy Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods 15 (5):127 130 (1918) The Esthetic Heresy Journal of …

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  • 148Guaymuras dialogue — Tegucigalpa/San José accord is a diplomatic agreement between two rival political factions in Honduras during the 2009 Honduran constitutional crisis. Representatives from the de facto Micheletti government and deposed President Manuel Zelaya… …

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  • 149Face (sociological concept) — Face, idiomatically meaning dignity/prestige, is a fundamental concept in the fields of sociology, sociolinguistics, semantics, politeness theory, psychology, political science, communication, and Face Negotiation Theory. Contents 1 Definitions 2 …

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  • 150Bardem, Javier — (1969 )    During his first 10 years as a film actor, Bardem s body was displayed fetishistically, almost obsessively, by film directors, who used him to convey quintessential Spanish fleshly masculinity. Instances of this from his early films… …

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  • 151Desarrollismo comedy —    In political terms, desarrollismo is the prevailing political and economic ideology of the mid 1960s in Spain. After two decades of strict austerity imposed by the Spanish support to Fascist regimes during World War II (which prevented Spain… …

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  • 152admissibility — I noun acceptability, adequateness, allowableness, applicability, appositeness, appropriateness, aptness, eligibility, fitness, justifiability, legality, legitimacy, permissibility, presentability, propriety, reasonability, sanctionability,… …

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  • 153capacity — ca·pac·i·ty n pl ties 1: a qualification, power, or ability (as to give consent or make a testament) created by operation of law 2: an individual s ability or aptitude; esp: mental ability as it relates to responsibility for the commission of a… …

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  • 154relevance — rel·e·vance / re lə vəns/ n: the quality or state of being relevant: relation to the matter at hand ruled on the relevance of the testimony relevance in discovery has been broadly interpreted Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster.… …

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  • 155relevancy — rel·e·van·cy / re lə vən sē/ n pl cies: relevance Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. relevancy …

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  • 156specialty — spe·cial·ty n pl ties 1 [from the special form of the contract]: formal contract at contract 2: a doctrine providing that a person extradited can be prosecuted only for the charges described in the order for extradition …

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  • 157qualification — I (condition) noun condicio, exceptio, exception, exemption, limitation, modification, provision, proviso, requirement, requisite, reservation, restriction, specification, stipulation, term II (fitness) noun ability, acceptability, admissibility …

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  • 158ability — I noun ableness, adaptability, adeptness, adequacy, aptitude, aptness, capability, capacity, competence, competency, enablement, facultas, faculty, fitness, fittedness, ingenium, mastership, mastery, potentiality, potestas, proficiency, prowess,… …

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  • 159applicability — I noun adequacy, application, apposition, aptitude, aptness, availability, efficacy, efficiency, expediency, felicity, pertinence, practicability, propriety, qualification, regard, relativity, relevancy, serviceability, usability, usefulness,… …

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  • 160apposition — I noun abutment, abuttal, adjacency, admissibility, affiliation, applicability, application, appropriateness, aptitude, aptness, bearing, concern, conjunction, connection, contiguity, felicity, fitness, function, interconnection, interest,… …

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