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  • 161Lincoln, Abraham — born Feb. 12, 1809, near Hodgenville, Ky., U.S. died April 15, 1865, Washington, D.C. 16th president of the U.S. (1861–65). Born in a Kentucky log cabin, he moved to Indiana in 1816 and to Illinois in 1830. After working as a storekeeper, a rail… …

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  • 162Law, Crime, and Law Enforcement — ▪ 2006 Introduction Trials of former heads of state, U.S. Supreme Court rulings on eminent domain and the death penalty, and high profile cases against former executives of large corporations were leading legal and criminal issues in 2005.… …

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  • 163Congregation Beth Elohim (Brooklyn, New York) — This article is about a Jewish congregation founded in 1861 in Brooklyn, New York. For the birthplace of American Reform Judaism, see Congregation Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim. Not to be confused with Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim/Temple Beth Elohim, a… …

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  • 164Copyright aspects of hyperlinking and framing — Part of a series on the Legal aspects of computing Major topics File sharing Legal aspects of hyperlinking and framing Lesser or historical topics Spamming …

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  • 165Dou Can — (竇參) (734–793), courtesy name Shizhong (時中), was an official of the Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty, serving as a chancellor during the reign of Emperor Dezong. He was known for being a capable judge before becoming chancellor, but was considered a… …

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  • 166short — short1 [ ʃɔrt ] adjective *** ▸ 1 small in height/distance ▸ 2 time: not long ▸ 3 expressed in few words ▸ 4 with fewer words/letters ▸ 5 not having enough ▸ 6 about memory ▸ 7 rude and unfriendly ▸ 8 about vowel/syllable ▸ 9 full of butter/fat ▸ …

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  • 167Power (philosophy) — Powerful redirects here. For other uses, see Power (disambiguation). Power is a measurement of an entity s ability to control its environment, including the behavior of other entities. The term authority is often used for power perceived as… …

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  • 168Radio-frequency identification — (RFID) is a technology that uses radio waves to transfer data from an electronic tag, called RFID tag or label, attached to an object, through a reader for the purpose of identifying and tracking the object. Some RFID tags can be read from… …

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  • 169Max Mosley — Max Mosley, wearing racing overalls and goggles, in 1969 Born 13 April 1940 (1940 04 13) (age 71) London, England, United Kingdom …

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  • 170Polynomial hierarchy — In computational complexity theory, the polynomial hierarchy is a hierarchy of complexity classes that generalize the classes P, NP and co NP to oracle machines.DefinitionsThere are multiple equivalent definitions of the classes of the polynomial …

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  • 171Rice v. Cayetano — SCOTUSCase Litigants=Rice v. Cayetano ArgueDate=October 6 ArgueYear=1999 DecideDate=February 23 DecideYear=2000 FullName=Harold F. Rice, Petitioner v. Benjamin J. Cayetano, Governor of Hawaii USVol=528 USPage=495 Citation=120 S. Ct. 1044; 145 L.… …

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  • 172DRTE Computer — The DRTE Computer was a transistorized computer built at the Defence Research Telecommunications Establishment (DRTE), part of the Canadian Defence Research Board. It was one of the earlier fully transistorized machines, running in prototype form …

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  • 173Neil Gaiman — Gaiman and his dog, Cabal Born 10 November 1960 (1960 11 10) (age 51) Portchester, Hampshire, England Occupation …

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  • 174Manchester Small-Scale Experimental Machine — Replica of the Small Scale Experimental Machine (SSEM) at the Museum of Science and Industry in Castlefield, Manchester …

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  • 175ICT 1301 — The ICT 1301 and its smaller derivative ICT 1300 were early business computers from International Computers and Tabulators. Typical of mid sized machines of the era they used core memory, drum storage and punched cards, but they were unusual in… …

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  • 176'Allo 'Allo! (series 5) — This article contains episode listings for the fifth series of the British Sitcom series Allo Allo!. The series contains twenty six episodes which first aired between 3 September 1988 and 25 February 1989. Series 5 is longer than any of the other …

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  • 177Steve Jobs — For the biography, see Steve Jobs (biography). Steve Jobs …

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  • 178Electronic amplifier — A practical amplifier circuit An electronic amplifier is a device for increasing the power of a signal. It does this by taking energy from a power supply and controlling the output to match the input signal shape but with a larger amplitude. In… …

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  • 179Tesla coil — at Questacon the National Science and Technology center in Canberra, Australia Uses Application in educational demonstrations, novelty lighting, as well as music Inventor …

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  • 180Symbolics — is a privately held company that acquired the assets of the now defunct computer manufacturer Symbolics, Inc. and continues to sell and maintain the Open Genera Lisp system and the Macsyma computer algebra system. History Symbolics, Inc. [… …

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