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  • 161Roentgen ray — Rontgen ray R[ o]ntgen ray, Roentgen ray Roentgen ray [see {R[ o]ntgen}.] (Physics) An {X ray}; originally, the term was applied to any of the rays produced when cathode rays strike upon surface of a solid (as the wall of the vacuum tube), but… …

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  • 162Rontgen ray — R[ o]ntgen ray, Roentgen ray Roentgen ray [see {R[ o]ntgen}.] (Physics) An {X ray}; originally, the term was applied to any of the rays produced when cathode rays strike upon surface of a solid (as the wall of the vacuum tube), but now it refers… …

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  • 163X rays — Rontgen ray R[ o]ntgen ray, Roentgen ray Roentgen ray [see {R[ o]ntgen}.] (Physics) An {X ray}; originally, the term was applied to any of the rays produced when cathode rays strike upon surface of a solid (as the wall of the vacuum tube), but… …

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  • 164Autism — This article is about the classic autistic disorder; some writers use the word autism when referring to the range of disorders on the autism spectrum or to the various pervasive developmental disorders.[1] Autism …

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  • 165Antidepressant — Fluoxetine (Prozac), an SSRI The chemical structure of …

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  • 166Astrobiology — (from Greek gr. ἄστρον, astron , constellation, star ; gr. βίος, bios , life ; and gr. λογία, logia ) is the interdisciplinary study of life in the Universe, combining aspects of astronomy, biology and geology. [http://astrobiology.arc.nasa.gov/… …

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  • 167Archaeoastronomy — (also spelled archeoastronomy) is the study of how peoples in the past have understood the phenomena in the sky, how they used phenomena in the sky and what role the sky played in their cultures. [Sinclair 2006:13] Clive Ruggles argues it… …

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  • 168Bodhidharma — Bodhidharma, woodblock print by Yoshitoshi, 1887 …

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  • 169Common law — For other uses, see Common law (disambiguation). Common law (also known as case law or precedent) is law developed by judges through decisions of courts and similar tribunals rather than through legislative statutes or executive branch action. A… …

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  • 170Cybernetics — For other uses, see Cybernetics (disambiguation). Cybernetics is the interdisciplinary study of the structure of regulatory systems. Cybernetics is closely related to information theory, control theory and systems theory, at least in its first… …

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  • 171Carbon dioxide — Carbon dioxide …

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  • 172Conservative Judaism — (also known as Masorti Judaism outside of the United States and Canada) is a modern stream of Judaism that arose out of intellectual currents in Germany in the mid 19th century and took institutional form in the United States in the early 1900s.… …

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  • 173Cold fusion — This article is about the Fleischmann–Pons claims of nuclear fusion at room temperature. For the original use of the term cold fusion , see Muon catalyzed fusion. For all other definitions, see Cold fusion (disambiguation). Diagram of an open… …

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  • 174Christian countercult movement — The Christian countercult movement is a social movement of Christian ministries and individual Christian countercult activists who oppose religious sects thought to either partially abide or do not at all abide by the teachings that are written… …

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  • 175Dandy — This article is about the persons. For other uses, see Dandy (disambiguation). Sporty Parisian dandies of the 1830s: a girdle helped one achieve this silhouette. The man on the left wears a frock coat, the man on the right wears a morning coat …

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  • 176Economics — This article is about the social science. For other uses, see Economics (disambiguation). For a topical guide to this subject, see Outline of economics. Economics …

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  • 177Ethology — Not to be confused with ethnology. Animal Behavior redirects here. For the journal, see Animal Behaviour (journal). For the Praxis single, see Transmutation (Mutatis Mutandis). Part of a series on …

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  • 178Finland — This article is about the country in Northern Europe. For other uses, see Finland (disambiguation). Coordinates: 65°N 27°E / 65°N 027°E / 65; …

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  • 179Genealogy — (from Greek: el. γενεά, el. genea , descent ; and el. λόγος, el. logos , knowledge ) is the study of families and the tracing of their lineages and history. Genealogists use oral traditions, historical records, genetic analysis, and other records …

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  • 180Grand jury — In the common law, a grand jury is a type of jury which determines whether there is enough evidence for a trial. Grand juries carry out this duty by examining evidence presented to them by a prosecutor and issuing indictments, or by investigating …

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