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  • 161Faris Odeh — Infobox Person name = Faris Odeh image size = 200px caption = The iconic picture of Odeh throwing a stone at an Israeli tank in occupied Gaza, October 29, 2000 birth date = December 1985 birth place = Gaza Strip death date = November 9, 2000… …

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  • 162Dicentra uniflora — Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae Division …

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  • 163Coatonachthodes ovambolandicus — Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class …

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  • 164Dicentra eximia — Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae Division …

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  • 165anaclastic — /an euh klas tik/, adj. Optics. (formerly) of or pertaining to refraction. [1690 1700; < Gk anáklast(os) bent back (verbal adj. of anaklâ to refract, equiv. to ana ANA + klân to break) + IC] * * * …

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  • 166bustard — /bus teuhrd/, n. any of several large, chiefly terrestrial and ground running birds of the family Otididae, of the Old World and Australia, related to the cranes. [1425 75; late ME, appar. b. MF bistarde (OIt bistarda) and MF oustarde, both < L&#8230; …

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  • 167composite family — the large and varied plant family Compositae (or Asteraceae), typified by herbaceous plants having alternate, opposite, or whorled leaves and a whorl of bracts surrounding the flower heads, which are usually composed of a disk containing tiny&#8230; …

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  • 168Klein bottle — Geom. a one sided figure consisting of a tapered tube the narrow end of which is bent back, run through the side of the tube, and flared to join the wide end, thereby allowing any two points on the figure to be joined by an unbroken line. [1940&#8230; …

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  • 169recurvate — /ri kerr vit, vayt/, adj. bent back or backward; recurved. [1590 1600; < L recurvatus (ptp. of recurvare) to bend backwards, equiv. to re RE + curv(us) CURVE + atus ATE1] * * * …

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  • 170safety pin — a pin bent back on itself to form a spring, with a guard to cover the point. [1855 60] * * * …

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  • 171{ʽ}ūd — Stringed instrument prominent in medieval and modern Islamic music, forerunner of the European lute. Dating from the 7th century, it has a pear shaped body, a fretless fingerboard, a short neck, and a bent back pegbox with the tuning pegs set in&#8230; …

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  • 172pipa — or p i p a Short necked Chinese lute. It has a pear shaped body and a fretted fingerboard, and the silk strings are plucked with the fingernails. It is prominent in the opera orchestra and as an ensemble, solo, and accompanying instrument. The&#8230; …

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  • 173Asteraceae — ▪ plant family also called  Compositae        the aster, daisy, or composite family of the flowering plant order Asterales, with more than 1,600 genera and almost 24,000 species of herbs, shrubs, and trees distributed throughout the world.&#8230; …

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  • 174ūdʿ — ▪ musical instrument also spelled  Oud,         stringed musical instrument prominent in medieval and modern Islāmic music. It was the parent of the European lute. The ʿūd has a deep, pear shaped body; a fretless fingerboard; and a relatively&#8230; …

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  • 175Scriptorium — • A large room set apart in a monastery for the use of the scribes or copyists of the community Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Scriptorium     Scriptorium      …

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  • 176cotter pin — noun A split pin, the ends of which project through an object being fastened and are bent back to hold it in place …

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  • 177recurvation — A backward bending or flexure. [L. re curvus, bent back] * * * re·cur·va·tion (re&#8243;k&#601;r vaґsh&#601;n) [L. recurvatio] a backward bending or curvature …

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  • 178Children's feet — are smaller than those of adults, not reaching full size until the ages of 13 in girls and 15 in boys. There are correspondingly small sizes of shoes for them. In poor populations and tropical countries, children commonly go barefoot. Contents 1&#8230; …

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  • 179Cyclamen repandum — Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae (unranked) …

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  • 180Sponge spicule — Sponge spicules Spicules are structural elements found in most sponges. They provide structural support and deter predators. Large spicules, visible to the naked eye are referred to as megascleres, while smaller, microscopic ones are termed&#8230; …

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