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  • 61Mantle cell lymphoma — Classification and external resources Micrograph showing mantle cell lymphoma (bottom of image) in a biopsy of the terminal ileum. H E stain …

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  • 62Mantle's Cave — U.S. National Register of Historic Places …

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  • 63Mantle Fielding — (September 30, 1865 27 March 1941) was an American architect and biographical compiler. Born in New York City, Fielding graduated from Germantown Academy in 1883 and studied architecture at MIT. He became an architect in Philadelphia. However,… …

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  • 64Mantle-Plume —   [ mæntl pluːm], Geologie: englische Bezeichnung für Manteldiapir …

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  • 65mantle cell lymphoma — mantle zone lymphoma a rare form of non Hodgkin lymphoma having a usually diffuse pattern with both small lymphocytes and small cleaved cells; it may be a subgroup of diffuse, small cleaved cell lymphoma. It mainly affects people over 50 years of …

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  • 66mantle rock — n. REGOLITH: sometimes written mantlerock n …

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  • 67Mantle plume — A superplume generated by cooling processes in the mantle.[1] A mantle plume is a hypothetical thermal diapir of abnormally hot rock that nucleates at the core mantle boundary and rises through the Earth s mantle. Such plumes were invoked in 1971 …

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  • 68Mantle (geology) — For other uses, see Mantle (disambiguation). Earth cutaway from core to exosphere. The mantle is a part of a terrestrial planet or other rocky body large enough to have differentiation by density. The interior of the Earth, similar to the other… …

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  • 69Mantle (vesture) — Bishop Mercurius of Zaraisk wearing the episcopal mantle (Saint Nicholas Russian Orthodox Cathedral, New York) …

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  • 70Mantle (mollusc) — European Squid (Loligo vulgaris). The mantle is all that is visible behind the head: the outer body wall and the fins are all part of the mantle …

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  • 71Mantle convection — Earth cross section showing location of upper and lower mantle …

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  • 72Mantle Plume — Hotspot Vulkanismus wird durch Plumes aus Quellen im tieferen Erdmantel gespeist Mantelplume (kurz auch Plume, aus dem englischen/französischen für „Helmbusch“, „Federschmuck“, „Rauchfahne“) ist ein geowissenschaftlicher Fachbegriff, der einen… …

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  • 73Mantle plume — Hotspot Vulkanismus wird durch Plumes aus Quellen im tieferen Erdmantel gespeist Mantelplume (kurz auch Plume, aus dem englischen/französischen für „Helmbusch“, „Federschmuck“, „Rauchfahne“) ist ein geowissenschaftlicher Fachbegriff, der einen… …

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  • 74Mantle plumes — Hotspot Vulkanismus wird durch Plumes aus Quellen im tieferen Erdmantel gespeist Mantelplume (kurz auch Plume, aus dem englischen/französischen für „Helmbusch“, „Federschmuck“, „Rauchfahne“) ist ein geowissenschaftlicher Fachbegriff, der einen… …

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  • 75Mantle, Mickey — in full Mickey Charles Mantle born Oct. 20, 1931, Spavinaw, Okla., U.S. died Aug. 13, 1995, Dallas, Texas U.S. baseball player. Mantle joined the New York Yankees in 1951 and became a powerful switch hitting outfielder and first baseman. Between… …

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  • 76Mantle zone — Germinal centre Image labeled in German, but Mantel zone visible near center. The mantle zone (or just mantle) of a lymphatic nodule (or lymphatic follicle) is an outer ring of small lymphocytes surrounding a germinal center …

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  • 77Mantle (climbing) — To mantle or mantel in rock climbing is to perform a specific move, typically to get a climber up onto a ledge. The term is derived from the phrase mantel shelf and derives from the shelf above a fireplace. Imagine an old house with high cellings …

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  • 78Mantle Site — Die Mantle Site im Süden der kanadischen Provinz Ontario ist mit einer Fläche von 4,2 ha die größte und komplexeste bisher entdeckte Siedlung der Wyandot, und zugleich die größte im Gebiet nördlich der Großen Seen. Die Siedlung aus dem frühen 16 …

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  • 79Mantle (clothing) — This article is about the garment. For the shield used in medieval warfare, see Mantlet. For the garment worn by Catholic priests, see Mantelletta. Mantelet, French, 1895 …

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  • 80mantle plume — GLOSSARY OF VOLCANIC TERMS An elliptical, drop shaped mass of mantle that ascends toward the earth s crust due to its relatively lower density relative to the adjacent mantle. The density contrast is commonly the result of higher heat content of… …

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