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  • 181Rumor control center — Rumor control centers are public service operations designed to help publicize true information (assuming, of course, that there is any such thing) in times of crisis, terrorist attack, natural disaster, or civil disturbance. A major function is… …

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  • 182Discontinuous linear map — In mathematics, linear maps form an important class of simple functions which preserve the algebraic structure of linear spaces and are often used as approximations to more general functions (see linear approximation). If the spaces involved are… …

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  • 183UAProf — The User Agent Profile (UAProf) specification is concerned with capturing capability and preference information for wireless devices. This information can be used by content providers to produce content in an appropriate format for the specific… …

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  • 184Sidney Mintz — Sidney Wilfred Mintz (born November 16, 1922 in Dover, New Jersey) is an anthropologist best known for his studies of Latin America and the Caribbean. Mintz studied at Brooklyn College (now Brooklyn College of the City of New York) gaining his… …

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  • 185Protectorate of missions — is a term for the right of protection exercised by a Christian power in an infidel (e.g. Muslim) country with regard to the persons and establishments of the missionaries. The term does not apply to all protection of missions, but only to that… …

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  • 186Spencer Heath — (Vienna, Virginia 1876 ndash; Leesburg, Virginia 1963) was an engineer, attorney, inventor, manufacturer, horticulturist, poet, philosopher of science and social thinker.Spencer Heath MacCallum, [http://www.independent.org/pdf/tir/tir 02 2… …

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  • 187Richard Gordon (politician) — For other people of the same name, see Richard Gordon (disambiguation). Richard Gordon Senator of the Philippines In office June 30, 2004 – June 30, 2010 …

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  • 188Sustainable tourism — Part of a series on Green economics Concepts …

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  • 189Beverungen — Infobox German Location Art = Stadt Name = Beverungen Wappen = Wappen von Beverungen.png lat deg = 51 |lat min = 39 |lat sec = 46 lon deg = 9 |lon min = 22 |lon sec = 21 Lageplan = Bundesland = Nordrhein Westfalen Regierungsbezirk = Detmold Kreis …

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  • 190Monetary hegemony — is an economic and political phenomenon in which a single state has decisive influence over the functions of the international monetary system. The functions influenced by a monetary hegemon are: accessibility to international credits, foreign… …

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  • 191Common utility duct — A common utility duct, sometimes called a common utility conduit, is any structure – above, on, or below ground – that carries more than two types of public utility lines. However, the phrase often refers specifically to underground utility… …

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  • 192History of 19th century congressional redistricting in Ohio — The redistricting of United States congressional districts is made by the legislatures of the states every 10 years, immediately following the official announcement of the federal census that serves as the basis of the apportionment. It was long… …

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  • 193Public adjuster — A public adjuster is an insurance claims adjuster who is an advocate for and paid by the policyholder in appraising and negotiating an insurance claim. Public Adjusters exist because of the inherent conflict of interest that exists when one… …

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  • 194Smart contract — Smart contracts are computer protocols that facilitate, verify, or enforce the negotiation or performance of a contract, or that obviate the need for a contractual clause. Smart contracts usually also have a user interface and often emulate the… …

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  • 195Compounding a felony — was an offence under the common law of England and was classified as a misdemeanour. It consisted of a prosecutor or victim of an offence accepting anything of value under an agreement not to prosecute, or hamper the prosecution of, a felony.[1]… …

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  • 196Diyya — Part of a series on Islamic jurisprudence (Fiqh) …

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  • 197Euthalius — was a deacon of Alexandria and later Bishop of Sulca. [CathEncy|url=http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/05629b.htm|title=Euthalius] He lived towards the middle of the fifth century and is chiefly known through his work on the New Testament in… …

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  • 198George Leo Haydock — (1774 1849), scion of an ancient English Catholic Recusant family, was a priest, pastor and Bible scholar. His edition of the Douay Bible with extended commentary, originally published in 1811, became the most popular English Catholic Bible of… …

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  • 199Belted magnum — The term belted magnum [ [http://www.larrywillis.com/windex.html Reloading Belted Magnums by Larry Willis] ] refers to any caliber cartridge, generally rifles, utilizing a shell casing with a pronounced belt around its base that continues 2 4mm… …

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  • 200Corpus Juris Canonici — Page of 1879 edition of Corpus Iuris Canonici[1] The Corpus juris canonici (lit. Body of Canon Law ) is the collection of significant sources of canon law of the Catholic Church that was …

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