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  • 181 aesthetics — /es thet iks/ or, esp. Brit., /ees /, n. (used with a sing. v.) 1. the branch of philosophy dealing with such notions as the beautiful, the ugly, the sublime, the comic, etc., as applicable to the fine arts, with a view to establishing the… …

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  • 182 indeterminate — indeterminately, adv. indeterminateness, n. /in di terr meuh nit/, adj. 1. not determinate; not precisely fixed in extent; indefinite; uncertain. 2. not clear; vague. 3. not established. 4. not settled or decided. 5. Math. a …

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  • 183 mammal — mammallike, adj. /mam euhl/, n. any vertebrate of the class Mammalia, having the body more or less covered with hair, nourishing the young with milk from the mammary glands, and, with the exception of the egg laying monotremes, giving birth to… …

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  • 184 pineapple — /puy nap euhl/, n. 1. the edible, juicy, collective fruit of a tropical, bromeliaceous plant, Ananas comosus, that develops from a spike or head of flowers and is surmounted by a crown of leaves. 2. the plant itself, having a short stem and rigid …

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  • 185 building construction — Techniques and industry involved in the assembly and erection of structures. Early humans built primarily for shelter, using simple methods. Building materials came from the land, and fabrication was dictated by the limits of the materials and… …

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  • 186 physical science, principles of — Introduction       the procedures and concepts employed by those who study the inorganic world.        physical science, like all the natural sciences, is concerned with describing and relating to one another those experiences of the surrounding… …

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  • 187 reproductive system, plant — Introduction       any of the systems, sexual or asexual, by which plants reproduce. In plants, as in animals, the end result of reproduction is the continuation of a given species, and the ability to reproduce is, therefore, rather conservative …

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  • 188 Anglican Orders — • In the creed of the Catholic Church, Holy Order is one of the Seven Sacraments instituted by Our Lord Jesus Christ Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Anglican Orders     Anglican Orders …

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  • 189 Betrothal — • In the Catholic Church, a deliberate and free, mutual, true promise, externally expressed, of future marriage between determinate and fit persons Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Betrothal     Betrothal …

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  • 190 Justice — • In its ordinary and proper sense, signifiies the most important of the cardinal virtues Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Justice     Justice      …

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  • 191 Nominalism, Realism, Conceptualism — • The theories that have been proposed as solutions of the problem of universals Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Nominalism, Realism, Conceptualism     Nominalism, Realism, Conceptualism …

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  • 192 Patron and Patronage — • A determinate sum of rights and obligations entailed upon a definite person, the patron, especially in connection with the assignment and administration of a benefice Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Patron and Patronage      …

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  • 193 Universals — • Those ideas which, while excluding whatever constitutes the difference of things of the same genus or species, represent that which is necessary to their constitution, is essential, and is therefore common to all, remaining fixed in all… …

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  • 194 determinately — adverb In a way that is determinate See Also: determinate, determinacy, determinateness …

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  • 195 English words first attested in Chaucer — Contents 1 Etymology 2 List 2.1 Canterbury Tales General Prologue …

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  • 196 Conjugate beam method — (0) real beam, (1) shear and moment, (2) conjugate beam, (3) slope and displacement The conjugate beam method is an engineering method to derive the slope and displacement of a beam. The conjugate beam method was developed by H. Müller Breslau in …

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  • 197 Criminal sentencing in Canada — This article is about criminal sentencing in Canada. For a world wide view, see sentence (law). In Canada, a judge sentences a person after they have been found guilty of a crime (which is not the same as being convicted of the crime).[1] After a …

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  • 198 Medieval Serbian army — The medieval Serbian army was well known for its strength and was among the top Balkan armies before the Ottoman expansion. Prior to the 14th century the army consisted of Byzantine style noble cavalry (Vlastela) armed with bows and lances… …

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  • 199 Lemonade Mouth (banda sonora) — Lemonade Mouth Banda sonora de Varios artistas Publicación 12 de abril de 2011 Grabación 2010 Género(s) Pop, Pop Rock Duración 30:32 …

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  • 200 law, philosophy of — The philosophy of law concerns itself with questions about the nature of law and the concepts that structure the practice of law. Its topics will include the definition of law, or, if strict definition proves unfruitful, descriptions or models of …

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