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  • 141Khammam district — Infobox Indian Jurisdiction type =district native name=Khammam hq =Khammam state name =Andhra Pradesh area = population total= 2565412 latd=17.25 |longd=80.15 website = http://khammam.nic.in/Khammam District (Telugu: ఖమ్మం జిల్లా, Hindi: खम्मम… …

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  • 142Gravity model of trade — The gravity model of trade in international economics, similar to other gravity models in social science, predicts bilateral trade flows based on the economic sizes of (often using GDP measurements) and distance between two units. The model was… …

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  • 143Multilateration — is a navigation technique based on the measurement of the difference in distance to two or more stations at known locations that broadcast signals at known times. Unlike measurements of absolute distance or angle, measuring the difference in… …

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  • 144Heinrich Wilhelm Gottfried von Waldeyer-Hartz — (October 6, 1836, Hehlen an der Weser, Braunschweig, Germany – January 23, 1921, Berlin) was a German anatomist, famous for consolidating the neuron theory of organization of the nervous system and for naming the chromosome. He is also known… …

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  • 145BIMSTEC — Infobox Geopolitical organization name = Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) linking name = map caption = BIMSTEC membership = 7 member countries: Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka,… …

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  • 146Glossary of education-related terms (A-C) — This glossary of education related terms is based on how they commonly are used in Wikipedia articles. This page contains terms starting with A – C. Select a letter from the table of contents to find terms on other pages. NOTOC MediaWiki:Toc: Top …

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  • 147Sasson Report — The Sasson Report is an official Israeli government report published on March 8, 2005 that concluded that Israeli state bodies had been discreetly diverting millions of shekels to build West Bank settlements and outposts that were illegal under… …

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  • 148Third-worldism — is a tendency within left wing political thought to regard the division between developed, classically liberal nations and developing, or third world ones as of primary political importance. Third worldism tends to involve support for Third World …

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  • 149Skrol — is a Czech avantgarde post industrial ensemble from Prague, formed in autumn 1995. Members * Vladimír Hirsch composer, keyboards (organ, pianos, synthesizers, samplers), drums, vocal * Martina Sanollová vocal, piano, electric harp, effects and *… …

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  • 150Komedes — is the classical name applied to the people, who, as the scholars believe, had followed Scythian culture. They were located around Mt Kumuda as well as within/and beyond the Mt Hemodos and were a widely spread tribe. They were called Komedes… …

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  • 151Relational quantum mechanics — This article is intended for those already familiar with quantum mechanics and its attendant interpretational difficulties. Readers who are new to the subject may first want to read the introduction to quantum mechanics. Relational quantum… …

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  • 152Adele Diamond — is one of the founders of the field of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. She holds the Canada Research Chair Tier 1 Professorship in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver. She is a fellow… …

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  • 153Galton's problem — Galton’s problem, named after Sir Francis Galton, is the problem of drawing inferences from cross cultural data, due to the statistical phenomenon now called autocorrelation. The problem is now recognized as a general one that applies to all… …

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  • 154Territories claimed by the Philippines — The Republic of the Philippines had claimed many lands throughout its history. These include the Spratly Islands, Sabah, Scarborough Shoal, Benham Rise, Palmas or Miangas Island, Orchid Island, Marianas Islands and Caroline Islands.pratly… …

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  • 155Edrington — For the whisky company, please see The Edrington Group. Edrington is an ancient estate occupying the lower part of Mordington parish in Berwickshire, Scotland, five miles west of Berwick upon Tweed. From probably the 14th century if not earlier a …

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  • 156The Case for Peace — The Case for Peace: How The Arab Israeli Conflict Can Be Resolved is the sequel to The Case for Israel by Alan Dershowitz, Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law at Harvard Law School. The book champions the two state solution and has been endorsed… …

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  • 157Metapragmatics — is a term from linguistics and the semiotically informed linguistic anthropology of Michael Silverstein, describing language that characterizes or describes the pragmatic function of some speech. Discussions of linguistic pragmatics that is,… …

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  • 158Moscow Conceptualists — The Moscow Conceptualist, or Russian Conceptualist, movement began with the Sots art of Komar and Melamid in the early 1970s, and continued as a trend in Russian art into the 1980s. It attempted to subvert socialist ideology using the strategies… …

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  • 159Dan Miron — (Hebrew: דן מירון‎, born 1934) is an Israeli literary critic and author. Miron is a Professor emeritus at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is currently the Leonard Kaye Professor of Hebrew and Comparative Literature in the Department of… …

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  • 160University of Kalamoon — The University of Kalamoon (UOK) is situated 80 km north of the Syrian capital Damascus, near Der Atia Village, in the Kalamoon Zone. The University was founded in 2001 as the first private university in the Syrian territories which has opened… …

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