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  • 101 The third degree — 1. intense questioning, often with rough treatment, used by authorities to extract information from a person; 2. any intense questioning: I was given the third degree about the scratch on the side door of the van …

    Dictionary of Australian slang

  • 102 the third degree — Australian Slang 1. intense questioning, often with rough treatment, used by authorities to extract information from a person; 2. any intense questioning: I was given the third degree about the scratch on the side door of the van …

    English dialects glossary

  • 103 third degree —  Intense questioning.  ► “The Third Degree: Financial institutions should hold an interrogation, not an interview, with any employee it reasonably suspects has taken funds.” (Savings & Community Banker, July 1994, p. 45) …

    American business jargon

  • 104 Diploma mill — A diploma mill (also known as a degree mill) is an organization that awards academic degrees and diplomas with substandard or no academic study and without recognition by official educational accrediting bodies. The purchaser can then claim to… …

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  • 105 Academic dress — or academical dress is traditional clothing for academic settings, primarily tertiary and sometimes secondary education. It is also known as academicals and, in the United States, as academic regalia. Contemporarily, it is commonly seen only at… …

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  • 106 ECONOMIC HISTORY — This article is arranged according to the following outline: first temple period exile and restoration second temple period talmudic era muslim middle ages medieval christendom economic doctrines early modern period sephardim and ashkenazim… …

    Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • 107 Lawyer — Lawyers redirects here. For the television series, see The Lawyers. For other uses, see Lawyer (disambiguation). Lawyer 19th century painting of lawyers, by French artist Honoré Daumier Occupation Names …

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  • 108 Islamic arts — Visual, literary, and performing arts of the populations that adopted Islam from the 7th century. Islamic visual arts are decorative, colourful, and, in religious art, nonrepresentational; the characteristic Islamic decoration is the arabesque.… …

    Universalium

  • 109 Consanguinity —     Consanguinity (in Canon Law)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Consanguinity (in Canon Law)     Consanguinity is a diriment impediment of marriage as far as the fourth degree of kinship inclusive. The term consanguinity here means, within certain …

    Catholic encyclopedia

  • 110 crime — crimeless, adj. crimelessness, n. /kruym/, n. 1. an action or an instance of negligence that is deemed injurious to the public welfare or morals or to the interests of the state and that is legally prohibited. 2. criminal activity and those… …

    Universalium

  • 111 art conservation and restoration — Maintenance and preservation of works of art, their protection from future damage, deterioration, or neglect, and the repair or renovation of works that have deteriorated or been damaged. Research in art history has relied heavily on 20th and… …

    Universalium

  • 112 Race (classification of humans) — Race Classification Race (classification of humans) Genetics …

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  • 113 Aleister Crowley — Crowley in 1906 Born Edward Alexander Crowley 12 October 1875(1875 10 12) Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, England …

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  • 114 Race (classification of human beings) — The term race or racial group usually refers to the concept of categorizing humans into populations or groups on the basis of various sets of characteristics. [http://www.physanth.org/positions/race.html AAPA Statement on Biological Aspects of… …

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  • 115 Evolution —     Evolution (History and Scientific Foundation)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Evolution (History and Scientific Foundation)     The world of organisms comprises a great system of individual forms generally classified according to structural… …

    Catholic encyclopedia

  • 116 Isaac Newton's early life and achievements — IsaacNewtonSegmentsThe following article is part of an in depth biography of Sir Isaac Newton, the English mathematician and scientist, author of the Principia .ChildhoodSir Isaac Newton was born on December 25, 1642 [ OS: 25 December 1642] in… …

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  • 117 Balance board — A balance board is a device used for recreation, athletic training, brain development, therapy, musical training and other kinds of personal development. It is a lever, similar to a see saw, that the user usually stands on, usually with the left… …

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  • 118 Iran — /i ran , i rahn , uy ran /, n. a republic in SW Asia. 67,540,002; ab. 635,000 sq. mi. (1,644,650 sq. km). Cap.: Teheran. Formerly (until 1935), Persia. * * * Iran Introduction Iran Background: Known as Persia until 1935, Iran became an Islamic… …

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  • 119 agricultural technology — Introduction       application of techniques to control the growth and harvesting of animal and vegetable products. Soil preparation       Mechanical processing of soil so that it is in the proper physical condition for planting is usually… …

    Universalium

  • 120 History of Marriage —     History of Marriage     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► History of Marriage     The word marriage may be taken to denote the action, contract, formality, or ceremony by which the conjugal union is formed or the union itself as an enduring condition …

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