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  • 61Непостоянная луна — The Outer Limits: Inconstant Moon Жанр фантастика …

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  • 62lymph node — One of numerous round, oval, or bean shaped bodies located along the course of lymphatic vessels, varying greatly in size (1–25 mm in diameter) and usually presenting a depressed area, the hilum, on one side through which blood vessel s enter and …

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  • 63frivole — [ frivɔl ] adj. • XIIe; lat. frivolus 1 ♦ Qui a peu de sérieux et, par suite, d importance. ⇒ futile, inconsistant, insignifiant , léger, superficiel, vain. Lectures, pensées, distractions frivoles. « La philosophie est, selon les jours, une… …

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  • 64versatile — [ vɛrsatil ] adj. • 1588; épée versatile « à deux tranchants » 1530; lat. versatilis, de versare → verser ♦ Sujet à changer facilement d opinion; exposé à des revirements soudains. ⇒ changeant, inconstant, lunatique. Un esprit, un caractère… …

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  • 65fickle — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. capricious, unstable, inconstant. See changeableness. Ant., faithful, constant. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Not to be relied upon] Syn. capricious, whimsical, mercurial; see changeable 1 , 2 . 2.… …

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  • 66unstable — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. irregular, fluctuating, unsteady; inconstant, vacillating, fickle, changeable, variable. See changeableness. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Having a high center of gravity] Syn. unsteady, wavering,… …

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  • 67variable — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. changeable, alterable; inconstant. See changeableness, irregularity. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. inconstant, fickle, mutable, shifting, unsteady, fitful; see also changeable 2 . III (Roget s 3… …

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  • 68Naval Battle of Genoa (1795) — Naval Battle of Genoa Part of the French Revolutionary War Ça Ira fighting …

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  • 69Arthur Wilson (17th century) — Arthur Wilson (1595 ndash; 1652) was a seventeenth century English writer.LifeWilson was born in Yarmouth. In the 1620 ndash;25 period he served as secretary to Robert Devereux, 3rd Earl of Essex, and accompanied the Earl on his military… …

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  • 70fickle — fickleness, n. /fik euhl/, adj. 1. likely to change, esp. due to caprice, irresolution, or instability; casually changeable: fickle weather. 2. not constant or loyal in affections: a fickle lover. [bef. 1000; ME fikel, OE ficol deceitful, akin to …

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  • 71Artery — A vessel that carries blood that is high in oxygen content away from the heart to the farthest reaches of the body. Since blood in arteries is usually full of oxygen, the hemoglobin in the red blood cells is oxygenated. The resultant form of… …

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  • 72Tubercle — A small tuber, a small lump or bump. * * * 1. A nodule, especially in an anatomic, not pathologic, sense. 2. A circumscribed, rounded, solid elevation on the skin, mucous membrane, or surface of an organ. 3. A slight …

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  • 73Vein — A blood vessel that carries blood low in oxygen content from the body back to the heart. The deoxygenated form of hemoglobin (deoxyhemoglobin) in venous blood makes it appear dark. Veins are part of the afferent wing of the circulatory system… …

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  • 74CONSTANT — CONSTANT ANTON NIEUWENHUYS (1920 ) Peintre et sculpteur néerlandais. C’est à Constant que revient historiquement l’initiative de la fondation à Amsterdam, en 1948, du premier noyau d’artistes «expérimentaux». Il rédige et publie un manifeste où… …

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  • 75fidèle — [ fidɛl ] adj. et n. • fidel subst. Xe; a remplacé la forme pop. feoil → féal; lat. fidelis, de fides « foi » I ♦ Adj. 1 ♦ FIDÈLE (À QQN) : qui ne manque pas à la foi donnée (à qqn), aux engagements pris (envers qqn). ⇒ dévoué, loyal. Être,… …

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  • 76mobile — [ mɔbil ] adj. et n. m. • 1301 « bien meuble »; lat. mobilis « qui se meut », pour movibilis, de movere « mouvoir » I ♦ Adj. (1377) 1 ♦ Qui peut être mû, dont on peut changer la place ou la position. Pièce mobile d une machine, d un dispositif… …

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  • 77ondoyant — ondoyant, ante [ ɔ̃dwajɑ̃, ɑ̃t ] adj. • XIIe; de ondoyer 1 ♦ Qui ondoie, a le mouvement de l onde. Les blés ondoyants. Flamme ondoyante. ⇒ mouvant. Taille ondoyante. ⇒ onduleux, souple. ♢ Par ext. Qui présente des courbes gracieuses. Formes… …

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  • 78inconsecvent — INCONSECVÉNT, Ă, inconsecvenţi, te, adj. Lipsit de consecvenţă, care îşi schimbă ideile, concepţiile etc.; schimbător, instabil, inconstant, nestatornic, neconsecvent. – Din fr. inconséquent, lat. inconsequens, ntis. Trimis de valeriu, 21.07.2003 …

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  • 79changeable — I (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [ Said of persons ] Syn. inconstant, unstable, fickle, irresolute, flighty, irresponsible, unreliable, purposeless, wayward, unsettled, motiveless, uncertain, spasmodic, fanciful, impulsive, wavering, uneasy, unsteady,… …

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  • 80Larry Niven — Infobox Writer name = Larry Niven imagesize = 250px caption = Larry Niven at Stanford University in May 2006 pseudonym = birthname = Laurence van Cott Niven birthdate = Birth date and age|1938|04|30 birthplace = Los Angeles, California deathdate …

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