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  • 181Criminal justice system of the Netherlands — Netherlands This article is part of the series: Politics and government of the Netherlands …

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  • 182Dvuyakornaya Formation — is a geological formation in Crimea, south of city Yalta, Ukraine.[1] Remains found there include: ammonites,[2] crocodiles, brachiopods[3] etc. Contents 1 Theropods …

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  • 183Хелл-Крик (формация) — Панорама Хелл крик Формация Хелл Крик (англ. Hell Creek Formation, в буквальном переводе «Адский ручей»)  геологическая формация, комплекс эродированных горных пород на северо зап …

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  • 184indefinite — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. unclear, undefined, blurred; vague, uncertain, unspecified; indeterminate; equivocal. See obscurity, doubt. Ant., definite, precise. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Vague] Syn. imprecise, indistinct,… …

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  • 185obligation — A generic word, derived from the Latin substantive obligatio, having many, wide, and varied meanings, according to the context in which it is used. That which a person is bound to do or forbear; any duty imposed by law, promise, contract,… …

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  • 186HIV — Classification and external resources Diagram of HIV …

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  • 187Negligence — For other uses, see Negligence (disambiguation). Tort law …

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  • 188John Cage — John Milton Cage Jr. (September 5, 1912 ndash; August 12, 1992) was an American composer. A pioneer of chance music, electronic music and non standard use of musical instruments, Cage was one of the leading figures of the post war avant garde and …

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  • 189Qualia — (pronEng|ˈkwɑːliə) is an unfamiliar term for something that could not be more familiar to each of us: the ways things seem to us [ [http://ase.tufts.edu/cogstud/papers/quinqual.htm Dennett, D. Quining Qualia ] ] . They can be defined as qualities …

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  • 190Limit of a function — x 1 0.841471 0.1 0.998334 0.01 0.999983 Although the function (sin x)/x is not defined at zero, as x becomes closer and closer to zero, (sin x)/x becomes arbitrarily close to 1. It is said that the limit of (sin x)/x as x approache …

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  • 191Aryabhata — For other uses, see Aryabhata (disambiguation). Āryabhaṭa Statue of Aryabhata on the grounds of IUCAA, Pune. As there is no known information regarding his appearance, any image of Aryabhata originates from an artist s conception. Born 476 …

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  • 192Brahmagupta — (audio|Brahmagupta pronounced.ogg|listen) (598–668) was an Indian mathematician and astronomer. Life and work Brahmagupta was born in 598 CE in Bhinmal city in the state of Rajasthan of northwest India. He likely lived most of his life in… …

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  • 193Samkhya — Sankhya, also Samkhya, ( sa. , IAST: IAST|sānkhya enumeration ) is one of the six schools of classical Indian philosophy. Sage Kapila is traditionally considered to be the founder of the Sankhya school, although no historical verification is… …

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  • 194List of real analysis topics — This is a list of articles that are considered real analysis topics. Contents 1 General topics 1.1 Limits 1.2 Sequences and Series 1.2.1 Summation Methods …

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  • 195Quantum group — In mathematics and theoretical physics, quantum groups are certain noncommutative algebras that first appeared in the theory of quantum integrable systems, and which were then formalized by Vladimir Drinfel d and Michio Jimbo. There is no single …

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  • 196Cohen–Macaulay ring — In mathematics, a Cohen–Macaulay ring is a particular type of commutative ring, possessing some of the algebraic geometric properties of a nonsingular variety, such as local equidimensionality. They are named for Francis Sowerby Macaulay, who… …

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  • 197Seki Kōwa — Infobox Scientist name = Kōwa Seki (Takakazu Seki) image width = 200px caption = Kōwa Seki (Takakazu Seki) birth date = March(?), 1642(?) death date = December 5, 1708 (Gregorian calendar) residence = nationality = ese birth place = Edo or… …

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  • 198Modularity — Module redirects here. For other uses, see Module (disambiguation). Modularity is a general systems concept, typically defined as a continuum describing the degree to which a system’s components may be separated and recombined.[1] It refers to… …

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  • 199Lithuanian grammar — is the study of rules governing the use of the Lithuanian language. Lithuanian grammar retains many archaic features from Proto Indo European that have been lost in other Indo European languages. It has extremely complex morphology; words have… …

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  • 200Cleavage (embryo) — In embryology, cleavage is the division of cells in the early embryo. The zygotes of many species undergo rapid cell cycles with no significant growth, producing a cluster of cells the same size as the original zygote. The different cells derived …

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