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  • 33Chris Argyris — Born July 16, 1923 (1923 07 16) (age 88) Newark, New Jersey Occupation Academic – Management Chris Argyris (born July 16, 1923 in Newark, New Jersey, USA) is an American business theorist, Professor Eme …

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  • 34Distal radius fracture — Classification and external resources Colles fracture on X ray. ICD 10 S52.5 …

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  • 35Elbow dysplasia — This article pertains to elbow dysplasia in the dog. Elbow dysplasia is a condition involving multiple developmental abnormalities of the elbow joint. It is a common condition of certain breeds of dogs. Most developmental elbow abnormalities are… …

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  • 36Salience (communication) — Salience is the state or condition of being prominent. The Oxford English Dictionary defines salience as most noticeable or important. The concept is discussed in communication, sociology, psychology, and political science. It has been studied… …

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  • 37Mecanismos de aislamiento reproductivo — Los pinzones de Darwin son catorce especies de aves descubiertas por Charles Darwin en las islas Gal …

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  • 38comedy — comedial /keuh mee dee euhl/, adj. /kom i dee/, n., pl. comedies. 1. a play, movie, etc., of light and humorous character with a happy or cheerful ending; a dramatic work in which the central motif is the triumph over adverse circumstance,… …

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  • 39irony — irony1 /uy reuh nee, uy euhr /, n., pl. ironies. 1. the use of words to convey a meaning that is the opposite of its literal meaning: the irony of her reply, How nice! when I said I had to work all weekend. 2. Literature. a. a technique of… …

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  • 40laughter — We laugh at things that are laughable, but also laugh exultantly at a success, or bitterly at a failure, or at the unexpected or even the typical. We may even laugh but not at anything with pure joy, or nervousness, or embarrassment, or merely… …

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  • 41disparity — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. inequality, unbalance. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. inequality, difference, incongruity; see difference 2 , variation 2 . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) (VOCABULARY WORD) n. [dis PAIR uh tee] a gap or… …

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  • 42incongruousness — noun the quality of disagreeing; being unsuitable and inappropriate • Syn: ↑incongruity • Ant: ↑congruousness, ↑congruity (for: ↑incongruity) • Derivationally related forms: ↑ …

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  • 43Bull — Bull, n. [OE. bulle, fr. L. bulla bubble, stud, knob, LL., a seal or stamp: cf. F. bulle. Cf. {Bull} a writing, {Bowl} a ball, {Boil}, v. i.] 1. A seal. See {Bulla}. [1913 Webster] 2. A letter, edict, or respect, of the pope, written in Gothic… …

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  • 44The Golden Bull — Bull Bull, n. [OE. bulle, fr. L. bulla bubble, stud, knob, LL., a seal or stamp: cf. F. bulle. Cf. {Bull} a writing, {Bowl} a ball, {Boil}, v. i.] 1. A seal. See {Bulla}. [1913 Webster] 2. A letter, edict, or respect, of the pope, written in… …

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  • 45fantastic — I. adjective also fantastical Etymology: Middle English fantastic, fantastical, from Middle French & Late Latin; Middle French fantastique, from Late Latin phantasticus, from Greek phantastikos producing mental images, from phantazein to present… …

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  • 46Comedy — This article is about a genre of dramatic works. For other uses, see Comedy (disambiguation). For the popular meaning of the term comedy , see Humour. Thalia, muse of comedy, holding a comic mask detail of “Muses Sarcophagus”, the nine Muses and… …

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  • 47Carl Rogers — Infobox Scientist name = Carl Rogers birth date = birth date|1902|1|8|mf=y birth place = Oak Park, Illinois, U.S. death date = death date and age|1987|2|4|1902|1|8|mf=y death place = San Diego, California, U.S. nationality = American field =… …

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  • 48Kenning — A kenning (Old Norse kenning [cʰɛnːiŋg] , Modern Icelandic pronunciation [cʰɛnːiŋk] ) is a circumlocution used instead of an ordinary noun in Old Norse and later Icelandic poetry. For example, Old Norse poets might replace sverð , the regular… …

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