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  • 121Carl Linnaeus — Linneus redirects here. For other uses of Linnaeus/Linneus or Linné/Linne, see Linnaeus (disambiguation). For his less well known son, L.f., see Carl Linnaeus the Younger …

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  • 122Comoros — This article is about the country. For the archipelago, see Comoro Islands. Union of the Comoros Union des Comores (French) Udzima wa Komori (Comorian) الاتحاد القمري …

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  • 123Charles Babbage — in 1860 Born 26 December 1791( …

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  • 124Cannon — A cannon is a type of artillery, usually large and tubular, that uses gunpowder or other explosive based propellants to launch a projectile over a distance. Cannon vary in caliber, range, mobility, rate of fire, angle of fire, and firepower;… …

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  • 125Class action — This article is about the legal term. For names of various art works, see Class Action (disambiguation). Civil procedure in the United States Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Doctrines of civil procedure Jurisdiction Subject matter jurisdiction… …

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  • 126Charles Lyell — For other people named Charles Lyell, see Charles Lyell (disambiguation). Sir Charles Lyell, Bt Born …

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  • 127Duodecimal — For the similar sounding classification system, see Dewey Decimal Classification. Numeral systems by culture Hindu Arabic numerals Western Arabic (Hindu numerals) Eastern Arabic Indian family Tamil Burmese Khmer Lao Mongolian Thai East Asian… …

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  • 128Determinant — This article is about determinants in mathematics. For determinants in epidemiology, see Risk factor. In linear algebra, the determinant is a value associated with a square matrix. It can be computed from the entries of the matrix by a specific… …

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  • 129Fugue — For other uses, see Fugue (disambiguation). A six part fugue from The Musical Offering, in the hand of Johann Sebastian Bach. In music, a fugue ( &#16 …

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  • 130International Formula 3000 — The Formula 3000 International Championship (initially entitled the European Formula 3000 Championship) was created by the Fédération Internationale de l Automobile (FIA) in 1985 to become the final preparatory step for drivers hoping to enter… …

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  • 131GNU Compiler Collection — Cc1 redirects here. For other uses of CC1 or CC 1, see CC1 (disambiguation). GNU Compiler Collection Developer(s) GNU Project Initial release May 23, 1987 ( …

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  • 132Guerrilla warfare — Guerrilla redirects here. For other uses, see Guerrilla (disambiguation). Warfare Military history Eras Prehistoric Ancient …

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  • 133Grammatical aspect — In linguistics, the grammatical aspect of a verb defines the temporal flow (or lack thereof) in the described event or state. For example, in English the difference between I swim and I am swimming is a difference of aspect.Aspect, as discussed… …

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  • 134Handheld game console — A handheld game console is a lightweight, portable electronic machine for playing video games. Unlike video game consoles, the controls, screen and speakers are all part of a single unit. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, several companies… …

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  • 135Hero System — 6th Edition Generic Cover Designer(s) Steven S. Long Publisher(s) Hero Games Publication date 1989 2002 (5th ed.) 2009 (6th ed.) …

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  • 136Insulin pump — Insulin pump, showing an infusion set loaded into spring loaded insertion device. A reservoir is attached to the infusion set (shown here removed from the pump) …

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  • 137Kilt — This article is about the garment. For the acronym, see KILT (disambiguation). Kilts redirects here. For the chief executive officer of The Gillette Company, see James M. Kilts. The kilt is a knee length garment with pleats at the rear,… …

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  • 138LucasArts — Infobox Company company name = LucasArts company company slogan = A Lucasfilm Company company type = Privately held company foundation = May 1982 location = San Francisco, California, United States num employees = 350+ [… …

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  • 139Relative direction — A right handed Cartesian coordinate system, illustrating the x (right left), y (forward backward) and z (up down) axes relative to a human being. The most common relative directions are left, right …

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  • 140Lorentz transformation — A visualisation of the Lorentz transformation (full animation). Only one space coordinate is considered. The thin solid lines crossing at right angles depict the time and distance coordinates of an observer at rest with respect to that frame; the …

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