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  • 141 Kaniska canace — This article is about the butterfly. Blue admiral redirects here. For the historical British Royal Navy officer rank, see Admiral (Royal Navy). Blue admiral may refer to the admiral of an allied force. Blue Admiral Scientific classification …

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  • 142 Tropical Storm Emilia (2006) — Infobox Hurricane Name= Tropical Storm Emilia Type= Tropical storm Year= 2006 Basin=EPac Formed=July 21, 2006 Dissipated=July 27, 2006 1 min winds=55 Pressure=990 Image location= TS Emilia 2006.jpg Da Fatalities=None reported Areas=Southwest… …

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  • 143 List of storms in the 2003 Atlantic hurricane season — The 2003 Atlantic hurricane season officially began June 1, 2003 and officially ended on November 30, 2003.cite web|author=Jack Beven|year=2003|title=June 1 Tropical Weather Outlook|publisher=National Hurricane Center|accessdate=2007 12… …

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  • 144 Atmosphere of Jupiter — Cloud pattern on Jupiter in 2000 The atmosphere of Jupiter is the largest planetary atmosphere in the Solar System. It is mostly made of molecular hydrogen and helium in roughly solar proportions; other chemical compounds are present only in… …

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  • 145 Crusades — a series of military expeditions between the 11th and 14th centuries, in which armies from the Christian countries of Europe tried to get back the Holy Land (= what is now Israel, Palestine, Jordan and Egypt) from the Muslims. The soldiers who… …

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  • 146 geoid — geoidal, adj. /jee oyd/, n. 1. an imaginary surface that coincides with mean sea level in the ocean and its extension through the continents. 2. the geometric figure formed by this surface, an ellipsoid flattened at the poles. [1880 85; < Gk… …

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  • 147 Africa — • This name, which is of Phoenician origin, was at first given by the Romans to the territory about the city of Carthage Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Africa     Africa      …

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  • 148 lobe — 1. One of the subdivisions of an organ or other part, bounded by fissures, sulci, connective tissue septa, or other structural demarcations. 2. A rounded projecting part, as the l. of the ear. SEE ALSO: lobule. 3. One of the larger divisions of… …

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  • 149 Demand articulation — is a concept developed within the scientific field of innovation studies which serves to explain learning processes about needs for new and emerging technologies.[1] Emerging technologies are technologies in their early phase of development,… …

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  • 150 faint — Synonyms and related words: KO, abulic, achromatic, achromic, afraid, ailing, anemic, ashen, ashy, asthenic, bad, balmy, barely audible, below par, black out, blackout, bland, blear, bleared, bleary, bled white, bloodless, blow, blurred, blurry,… …

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  • 151 sharp — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. cutting (see sharpness); distinct, well defined; abrupt, angular; pungent, penetrating; acute, keen; alert, smart, quick; elegant, smart. See visibility, pungency, wit, elegance. Ant., dull. n.… …

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  • 152 public opinion — An ill defined concept, used in many ways, but perhaps most generally it refers to the approval or disapproval of publicly observable positions and behaviour, as expressed by a defined section of a society, and (usually) measured through opinion… …

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  • 153 shapeless — Synonyms and related words: aberrant, abnormal, adrift, afloat, aimless, aleatoric, aleatory, alternating, amorphic, amorphous, anarchic, anomalistic, anomalous, baggy, battered, bent, blind, blobby, blurred, blurry, broad, cacogenic, capricious …

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  • 154 Intuitionism — This article is about Intuitionism in mathematics and philosophical logic. For other uses, see Ethical intuitionism. In the philosophy of mathematics, intuitionism, or neointuitionism (opposed to preintuitionism), is an approach to mathematics as …

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  • 155 Metrication — A speedometer used in American and British cars, showing the speed of the vehicle in miles per hour (outer, in white) and kilometres per hour (inner, in red) for Canadian[1] vehicles the locations are reversed …

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  • 156 Quantum gravity — is the field of theoretical physics attempting to unify quantum mechanics, which describes three of the fundamental forces of nature (electromagnetism, weak interaction, and strong interaction), with general relativity, the theory of the fourth… …

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  • 157 Religious conversion — The Conversion of Saint Paul, a 1600 painting by Italian artist Caravaggio (1571–1610) Part of a series on the Religious conversion Types …

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  • 158 Free will — This article is about the philosophical questions of free will. For other uses, see Free will (disambiguation). A domino s movement is determined completely by laws of physics. Incompatibilists say that this is a threat to free will, but… …

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  • 159 Stoke Newington — infobox UK place country = England map type = Greater London region= London population= official name= Stoke Newington latitude= 51.5615 longitude= 0.0731 os grid reference= TQ335865 london borough= Hackney post town= LONDON postcode area= N… …

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  • 160 Gaeltacht — ga. Gaeltacht (IPAga|ˈɡeːɫ̪t̪ˠəxt̪ˠ; plural ga. Gaeltachtaí ) is the Irish language word meaning an Irish speaking region. In Ireland, The Gaeltacht, or An Ghaeltacht , refers to any of the districts where the government recognizes that the Irish …

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