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  • 41Hiding and Seeking — Infobox Film | name = Hiding and Seeking caption = director = Menachem Daum, Oren Rudavsky producer = Menachem Daum, Oren Rudavsky writer = starring = music = John Zorn cinematography = editing = distributor = released = runtime = language =… …

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  • 42Slam-seeking conventions — are codified artificial bids used in the card game contract bridge. Bidding and making a small slam (12 tricks) or grand slam (13 tricks) yields high bonuses ranging from 500 to 1500 points. However, the risk is also high as failure to fulfill… …

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  • 43Novelty seeking — In psychology, novelty seeking (NS) is a personality trait. It is measured in the Tridimensional Personality Questionnaire as well as the later version Temperament and Character Inventory. NS has been suggested to be related to low dopaminergic… …

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  • 44I'm Seeking Something That Has Already Found Me — Infobox Album Name = I m Seeking Something That Has Already Found Me Type = studio Artist = Ozark Henry Released = 1996 Recorded = december 1995 january 1996 Genre = Avant garde, Pop Length = 54:54 Label = Double T Music Producer = Dan Lacksman… …

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  • 45Consensus-seeking decision-making — (also known as consensus/voting hybrid decision making) is a term sometimes used to describe a formal decision process similar to the consensus decision making variant known as Formal Consensus but with the additional option of a fallback voting… …

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  • 46Desperately Seeking Something — Pete explaining that the following commercial break can be a learning experience, in his usual comical sarcasm Format Spirituality/Religi …

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  • 47Goal Seeking — The process of finding the correct input when only the output is known. A goal seeking entrepreneur might ask him or herself: How much money do I have to earn per hour to gross $100,000 this year? He or she knows the desired output, $100,000, but …

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  • 48self-seeking — (n.) a seeking after one s own benefit (before those of others), 1580s, from SELF (Cf. self) + seeking (see SEEK (Cf. seek)). As an adjective, from 1620s …

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  • 49self-seeking — /sɛlf ˈsikɪŋ / (say self seeking) noun 1. the seeking of one s own interest or selfish ends. –adjective 2. given to or characterised by self seeking; selfish …

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  • 50Self-seeking — Self seek ing, a. Seeking one s own interest or happiness; selfish. Arbuthnot. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 51Self-seeking — Self seek ing, n. The act or habit of seeking one s own interest or happiness; selfishness. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 52Desperately Seeking Brandi — is a short film that was broadcast on the Nike website to coincide with the 2000 Sydney Olympic games. Plot A teenage girl chronicles her best friend s obsession with American women s soccer star Brandi Chastain and his quest to meet her during… …

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  • 53Goal seeking — In computing, goal seeking is the ability to calculate backward to obtain a valid input. For example, given the desired goal gross margin = 50% and the range of possible inputs, goal seeking attempts to obtain the optimum input. This can also be… …

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  • 54Bone-seeking radioisotope — A bone seeking radioisotope is a radioactive substance that is given through a vein, and collects in bone cells and in tumor cells that have spread to the bone. It kills cancer cells by giving off low level radiation. External links * [http://www …

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  • 55Desperately Seeking Closure — Infobox Television episode | Title = Desperately Seeking Closure Series = Frasier Season = 5 Episode = 08 Airdate = 9 December 1997 Production = 40571 099 Writer = Rob Hanning Director = Pamela Fryman Producer = Guests = Tom Chick (waiter… …

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  • 56Fit seeking jump bid — is a convention usually played only in competitive bidding situations (i. e. where both sides are bidding).After a player has opened in a suit or overcalled and opponents are also bidding, his partner s jump in a new suit shows length in the suit …

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  • 57self-seeking — self seekingness, n. /self see king/, n. 1. the seeking of one s own interest or selfish ends. adj. 2. given to or characterized by self seeking; selfish. [1580 90] * * * …

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  • 58Root-seeking school — (Xungen pai) Literary movement The ‘Root seeking school’ denotes a group of fiction writers who explored native cultural traits to come to a new understanding of present culture during the 1980s. Instrumental in the development of the ‘Root… …

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  • 59Filmworks XIV: Hiding and Seeking — Album par John Zorn Sortie Juillet 2003 Enregistrement Avril 2003 Durée 53:22 Compositeur John Zorn Producteur …

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  • 60Risk Seeking — The search for greater volatility and uncertainty in investments in exchange for anticipated higher returns. Risk seekers might pursue investments such as small cap stocks and international stocks, preferring growth investments over value… …

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