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  • 161Bucket argument — Isaac Newton s rotating bucket argument (also known as Newton s bucket ) was designed to demonstrate that true rotational motion cannot be defined as the relative rotation of the body with respect to the immediately surrounding bodies. It is one… …

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  • 162Huns — The Huns were an early confederation of Central Asian equestrian nomads or semi nomads, [Walter Pohl has remarked early medieval peoples were far less homogeneous than often thought. They themselves shared the fundamental belief to be of common… …

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  • 163Island — For other uses, see Island (disambiguation). British Isles …

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  • 164Septuagint — The Septuagint (, Josephus [Antiquities 12.57, 12.86] , or an elision. ...this name Septuagint appears to have been a fourth to fifth century development. ] means seventy in Latin and derives from a tradition that seventy (or seventy two) Jewish… …

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  • 165Tao — For other uses, see Tao (disambiguation). dao redirects here. For other uses, see DAO (disambiguation). Taoism This article is part of a series on Taoism …

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  • 166Torquato Tasso — Infobox writer name = Torquato Tasso |thumb|220px|right caption = birth date = birth date|1544|3|11|df=y birth place = Sorrento, Italy1 death date = death date and age|1595|4|25|1544|3|11|df=y death place = Rome, Italy occupation = Poet, Novelist …

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  • 167Biology and sexual orientation — Sexual orientation Orientations Asexual · Bisexual · Heterosexual · Homosexual Gender based alternative concepts Androphilia and gynephilia · Human female sexuality  …

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  • 168Semiology (Gregorian Chant) — Applied Semiology in Musical Paleography and Chant Research within Medieval Musicology Semiology, derived from Semeion (Gr. sign) is a relatively new branch of Gregorian Chant research. Semiology refers specifically to the study of the neumes as… …

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  • 169Saturday — For other uses, see Saturday (disambiguation). Saturnus, Caravaggio, 16th c. Saturday ( …

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  • 170Pledge of Allegiance — For other uses, see Pledge of Allegiance (disambiguation). One Nation Under God redirects here. For the album, see One Nation Under God (album). Official versions (changes in bold italics) 1892 I pledge allegiance to my flag and the republic for… …

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  • 171Coral reef — Marine habitats Biodiversity of a coral reef Lit …

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  • 172Carillon — A carillon (IPA|/kaʁijɔ̃/, IPA|/ˈkærɪljɒn/ or IPA|/kəˈrɪljən/) is a musical instrument consisting of at least 23 cast bronze cup shaped bells which are played one after the other (to play a melody) or sounded together (to play a chord). A… …

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  • 173Gulf of California — For the book by John Steinbeck, see The Log from the Sea of Cortez. Coordinates: 28°0′N 112°0′W / 28°N 112°W / 28; 1 …

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  • 174Coastal erosion — Many stretches of the East Anglia, England coastline are prone to heavy levels of erosion, such as this, the collapsed section of cliffs at Hunstanton, Norfolk. Coastal erosion is the wearing away of land and the removal of beach or dune… …

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  • 175Suggestibility — People are deemed to be suggestible if they accept and act on suggestions by others. A person experiencing intense emotions tends to be more receptive to ideas and therefore more suggestible. Young children are generally more suggestible than… …

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  • 176River delta — Nile River delta, as seen from Earth orbit. The Nile is an example of a wave dominated delta that has the classic Greek delta (Δ) shape after which river deltas were named. A delta is a landform that is formed at the mouth of a river where that… …

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  • 177The Wall Street Journal — WSJ redirects here. For other uses, see WSJ (disambiguation). The Wall Street Journal April 28, 2008 front page Type Daily newspaper Format …

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  • 178Cliff — Precipice redirects here. For other uses, see Precipice (disambiguation). Rock face redirects here. For other uses, see Rock face (disambiguation). For other uses, see Cliff (disambiguation). The Trango Towers in Pakistan. Their vertical faces… …

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  • 179List of statistics topics — Please add any Wikipedia articles related to statistics that are not already on this list.The Related changes link in the margin of this page (below search) leads to a list of the most recent changes to the articles listed below. To see the most… …

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  • 180Lazarus — ] Many Christians believe that the passage is not a parable at all, but a factual report, as it is the only story told by Jesus where there is no mention of it being a parable. [Luke 16:19 There was a certain rich man... , Luke 16:20 And there… …

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