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  • 181 fold·out — /ˈfoʊldˌaʊt/ noun, pl outs [count] : a large folded page in a book or magazine The book includes special maps in the form of foldouts. The book includes foldout maps …

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  • 182 fold-course — …

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  • 183 fold-dike — …

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  • 184 fold-gabel — …

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  • 185 incudal fold — fold of incus plica incudialis …

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  • 186 stapedial fold — fold of stapedius plica stapedialis …

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  • 187 Scottish Fold — Infobox Catbreed name = Scottish Fold imagecaption = Scottish Fold with characteristic rounded face, large eyes, and forward folded ears. altname = nickname = country = Scotland aacestd = http://www.aaceinc.org/pages/breeds/sco.htm cfastd =… …

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  • 188 Highland Fold — Scottish fold Scottish Fold / Highland Fold …

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  • 189 Highland fold — Scottish fold Scottish Fold / Highland Fold …

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  • 190 Scottish Fold — / Highland Fold …

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  • 191 Scottish Fold (chat) — Scottish fold Scottish Fold / Highland Fold …

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  • 192 Scottish fold — / Highland Fold Un Scottish Fold trip …

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  • 193 Detachment fold — A detachment fold occurs as layer parallel thrusting along a detachment fault develops without upward propagation of a fault; the accommodation of the strain produced by thrusting results in the folding of the overlying rock units. As a visual… …

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  • 194 Double Fold — For the term double fold used in paper testing, see Double fold (paper testing) Double Fold: Libraries and the Assault on Paper is a non fiction book by Nicholson Baker that was published in April, 2001. An excerpt appeared in the July 24, 2000… …

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  • 195 Foucault + fold —    by Tom Conley   The most terse and telling formulation of the fold is found in Foldings, or the Inside of Thought (Subjectivation) , the last chapter of Deleuze s Foucault that examines Foucault s three volume study of the history of sexuality …

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  • 196 Foucault + fold —    by Tom Conley   The most terse and telling formulation of the fold is found in Foldings, or the Inside of Thought (Subjectivation) , the last chapter of Deleuze s Foucault that examines Foucault s three volume study of the history of sexuality …

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  • 197 Scottish Fold — Scotish fold de color blanco. El Fold escocés es una raza de gato originaria de Escocia, de una estructura ósea mediana y una gran musculatura. Posee pies redondos y una cola gruesa de tamaño medio. Su cabeza es muy redondeada, con las pequeñas… …

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  • 198 Mad Fold-in — The Mad Fold in is a feature found on the inside back cover of virtually every Mad magazine since 1964. Written and drawn by Al Jaffee, the Fold in is one of the most well known aspects of the magazine. The feature was conceived in response to… …

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  • 199 Epicanthic fold — The epicanthic fold is the skin fold of the upper eyelid covering the inner corner of the eye, more often seen in Mongoloid people.[1] …

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  • 200 Death fold — Cartoon representation of the molecular structure of a death domain protein. 1ngr The death fold is a tertiary structure motif commonly found in proteins involved in apoptosis or inflammation related processes. This motif is com …

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