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  • 101 Supposition theory — was a branch of medieval logic that was probably aimed at giving accounts of issues similar to modern accounts of reference, plurality, tense, and modality, from within an Aristotelian context. Philosophers such as John Buridan, William of Ockham …

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  • 102 Relational 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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  • 103 inflorescence — inflorescent, adj. /in flaw res euhns, floh , fleuh /, n. 1. a flowering or blossoming. 2. Bot. a. the arrangement of flowers on the axis. b. the flowering part of a plant. c. a flower cluster. d. flowers collectively. [1750 60; < NL… …

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  • 104 Late medieval logic — Paul Vincent Spade I Medieval logic encompassed more than what we call logic today. It included semantics, philosophy of language, parts of physics, of philosophy of mind and of epistemology. Late medieval logic began around 1300 and lasted… …

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  • 105 superiore — {{hw}}{{superiore}}{{/hw}}A agg. 1 Che è posto sopra, più in alto, rispetto a un termine di paragone: il piano superiore al vostro; il labbro –s. 2 Che è maggiore per numero, quantità, qualità e sim.: avere una statura superiore alla media. 3 Che …

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  • 106 spectru — SPÉCTRU, spectre, s.n. 1. Ansamblu de valori fizice pe care le poate lua, în condiţii determinate, o mărime dată. ♦ Ansamblul imaginilor obţinute prin descompunerea, cu un instrument optic, a radiaţiei electromagnetice complexe. ♦ Totalitatea… …

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  • 107 obligation — A generic word, derived from the Latin substantive obligatio, having many, wide, and varied meanings, according to the context in which it is used. That which a person is bound to do or forbear; any duty imposed by law, promise, contract,… …

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  • 108 de|ter´mi|nate|ness — de|ter|mi|nate «dih TUR muh niht», adjective. 1. with exact limits; fixed; definite: »a determinate number of feet (John Dryden). SYNONYM(S): specific. 2. settled; positive: »a determinate rule or …

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  • 109 de|ter´mi|nate|ly — de|ter|mi|nate «dih TUR muh niht», adjective. 1. with exact limits; fixed; definite: »a determinate number of feet (John Dryden). SYNONYM(S): specific. 2. settled; positive: »a determinate rule or …

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  • 110 de|ter|mi|nate — «dih TUR muh niht», adjective. 1. with exact limits; fixed; definite: »a determinate number of feet (John Dryden). SYNONYM(S): specific. 2. settled; positive: »a determinate rule or …

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  • 111 Determinism — This article is about the general notion of determinism in philosophy. For other uses, see Determinism (disambiguation). Not to be confused with Fatalism, Predeterminism, or Predictability. Certainty series …

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  • 112 Life imprisonment — or life incarceration is a sentence of imprisonment for a serious crime, often for most or even all of the criminal s remaining life, but in fact for a period which varies between jurisdictions: many countries have a maximum possible period of… …

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  • 113 List of Tesla patents — Below is a list of Tesla patents. Dr. Nikola Tesla was an inventor who obtained around 300 patents [Snezana Sarbo, [http://www.tesla symp06.org/papers/Tesla Symp06 Sarboh.pdfNikola Tesla s Patents] , Sixth International Symposium Nikola Tesla,… …

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  • 114 Samkhya — Sankhya, also Samkhya, ( sa. , IAST: IAST|sānkhya enumeration ) is one of the six schools of classical Indian philosophy. Sage Kapila is traditionally considered to be the founder of the Sankhya school, although no historical verification is… …

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  • 115 Truss — For other uses, see Truss (disambiguation). In architecture and structural engineering, a truss is a structure comprising one or more triangular units constructed with straight members whose ends are connected at joints referred to as nodes.… …

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  • 116 Thomism — St. Thomas Aquinas (c. 1225 1274), the eponym of Thomism. Picture by Fra Angelico (c. 1395 1455) …

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  • 117 Root nodule — Cross section though a soybean (Glycine max Essex ) root nodule. The bacterium, Bradyrhizobium japonicum, colonizes the roots and establishes a nitrogen fixing symbiosis. This high magnification image shows part of a cell with single bacteroids… …

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  • 118 Cleavage (embryo) — In embryology, cleavage is the division of cells in the early embryo. The zygotes of many species undergo rapid cell cycles with no significant growth, producing a cluster of cells the same size as the original zygote. The different cells derived …

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  • 119 Flexibility method — In structural engineering, the flexibility method is the classical consistent deformation method for computing member forces and displacements in structural systems. Its modern version formulated in terms of the members flexibility matrices also… …

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  • 120 Indeterminacy (philosophy) — Indeterminacy, in philosophy, can refer both to common scientific and mathematical concepts of uncertainty and their implications and to another kind of indeterminacy deriving from the nature of definition or meaning.[citation needed] It is… …

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