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  • 161ignorance — The want or absence of knowledge, unaware or uninformed. Ignorance of law is want of knowledge or acquaintance with the laws of the land in so far as they apply to the act, relation, duty, or matter under consideration. Ignorance of fact is want… …

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  • 162misrepresentation — Any manifestation by words or other conduct by one person to another that, under the circumstances, amounts to an assertion not in accordance with the facts. An untrue statement of fact. An incorrect or false representation. That which, if… …

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  • 163Secondary data — In research, Secondary data is collecting and possibly processing data by people other than the researcher in question. Common sources of secondary data for social science include censuses, large surveys, and organizational records (Mintel). In… …

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  • 164present — present1 presentness, n. /prez euhnt/, adj. 1. being, existing, or occurring at this time or now; current: the present ruler. 2. at this time; at hand; immediate: articles for present use. 3. Gram. a. noting an action or state occurring at the… …

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  • 165present — I pres•ent [[t]ˈprɛz ənt[/t]] adj. 1) being, existing, or occurring at this time or now; current: the present economic situation[/ex] 2) at this time; at hand; immediate: articles for present use[/ex] 3) gram. of, pertaining to, or being a verb… …

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  • 166Canonical hours — Benedictine monks singing Vespers on Holy Saturday. Canonical hours are divisions of time which serve as increments between the prescribed prayers of the daily round. A Book of Hours contains such a set of prayers. In western Catholicism,… …

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  • 167Voice vote — A voice vote in a legislative body refers to a vote taken on a topic where the participants merely respond verbally to a question with a spoken yea (yes), nay (no), or present (abstain) vote. Typically the chairperson or speaker of the assembly… …

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  • 168Third party (United States) — The term third party is used in the United States for a political party other than one of the two major parties, at present, the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. It is used as (innumerate) shorthand for all such parties, or sometimes… …

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  • 169Call For Action — is the name given to telephone help lines maintained by many radio stations in the United States, beginning in the 1960s and 1970s.The lines serve as a kind of ombudsman or public service function; callers would contact the station via a special… …

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  • 170William Balmain — (2 February, 1762 17 November, 1803) was a British naval surgeon who sailed as an assistant surgeon with the First Fleet to establish the first European settlement in Australia, and later became its principal surgeon.Early life and careerBalmain… …

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  • 171Archeus — In alchemy, Archeus, or archaeus, is a term used generally to refer to the lowest and most dense aspect of the astral plane which presides over the growth and continuation of all living beings. The term was used by medieval Paracelsus and those… …

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  • 172Maurice Kouandété — Iropa Maurice Kouandété President Maurice Kouandété President of Dahomey In office December 17, 1967 – December 19, 1967 Prec …

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  • 173Antireductionism — is a reaction against reductionism, which instead advocates holism. [ [http://www.drury.edu/ess/philsci/KleeCh5.html Reductionism, Antireductionism, and Supervenience ] ] Although breaking complex phenomena into parts, is a key method in science …

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  • 174Materiality (law) — For other uses, see Materiality. Evidence …

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  • 175Economy (Eastern Christianity) — In the Eastern Orthodox and Greek Catholic Churches and in the teaching of the Church Fathers which undergirds the theology of those Churches, economy or oeconomy (Greek: οικονόμια, oikonomia or economia ) has several meanings.[1] The basic… …

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  • 176job — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. work, occupation, calling; piece of work, stint; position, situation, duty. See business, action. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Gainful employment] Syn. situation, post, position, appointment, office, work,… …

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  • 177materiality — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun 1. The fact of being related to the matter at hand: applicability, application, appositeness, bearing, concernment, germaneness, pertinence, pertinency, relevance, relevancy. See RELEVANT. 2. That which occupies space… …

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  • 178nub — n 1. knob, knop, pommel, nubbin, nubble; bump, hump, node, nodule; protuberance, protrusion, gall, growth, excrescence, tubercle, tuberculum, Bot. tubercule, tuberosity, tumor; bulge, swelling, tumescence, gibbosity, Bot., Zool. boss; knot, bunch …

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  • 179Macaulay, Thomas Babington, Lord — (1800 1859)    Historian, essayist, and statesman, s. of Zachary M., a wealthy merchant, and one of the leaders of the anti slavery party, was b. at Rothley Temple, Leicestershire, and ed. at a private school and at Trinity Coll., Camb., of which …

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  • 180affair — A matter at hand; a matter of concern. State v Mitchell, 210 Wis 381, 245 NW 640, 86 ALR 1361. A word of broad meaning, including a business transaction, almost anything which engages the attention of a person, even a meretricious relation with… …

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