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  • 141Miyamoto Musashi — 宮本 武蔵 Miyamoto Musashi in his prime, wielding two bokken. Woodblock print by Utagawa Kuniyoshi. Born Shinmen Musashi No Kami Fujiwara No Genshin c. June 13, 1584( …

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  • 142Mergers and acquisitions — Merger redirects here. For other uses, see Merge (disambiguation). For other uses of acquisition , see Acquisition (disambiguation). Accountancy Key concepts Accountant · Accounting period · Bookkeeping · Cash and accrual basis …

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  • 143Mach (kernel) — Mach is an operating system microkernel developed at Carnegie Mellon University to support operating system research, primarily distributed and parallel computation. It is one of the earliest examples of a microkernel, and still the standard by… …

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  • 144North Melbourne Football Club — North Melbourne Names Full name North Melbourne Football Club Ltd[1] Nickname(s) Kangaroos, Shinboners …

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  • 145Orbit — This article is about orbits in celestial mechanics, due to gravity. For other uses, see Orbit (disambiguation). A satellite orbiting the Earth has a tangential velocity and an inward acceleration …

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  • 146Economy of Poland — Infobox Economy country=Poland width=300 caption=Warsaw currency=1 zloty (PLN) = 100 groszy year=Calendar year organs=EU, WTO and OECD rank=21st gdp=$632 billion (2007) growth=7% (2007) per capita=$16,600 (2007) sectors=agriculture (3%), industry …

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  • 147PDP-11 — This article is about the PDP 11 series of minicomputers. For the PDP 11 processor architecture, see PDP 11 architecture. The PDP 11 was a series of 16 bit minicomputers sold by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) from 1970 into the 1990s, one of …

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  • 148Perfection of Wisdom — buddhism Perfection of Wisdom is a translation of the Sanskrit term prajñā pāramitā (Devanagari: प्रज्ञा पारमिता, Tibetan: Shes rab pha rol phyin ་ཤེས་རབ་ཕ་རོལ་, Chinese: 般若波羅蜜多/般若波罗蜜多, Pinyin: bō ruò bōluómìduō , Japanese: Nihongo| hannya… …

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  • 149Renaissance music — Periods of Western art music Early Medieval   (500–1400) Renaissance (1400–1600) Baroque (1600–1760) Common practice Baroque (1600–1760) …

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  • 150Sexual selection — This article is about the evolutionary concept. For the selection of the sex of offspring, see sex selection. Goldie s Bird of paradise: Ornamented male above; female below. Paradesia decora by John Gerrard Keulemans (d.1912) Sexual selection, a… …

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  • 151Shotgun — For other uses, see Shotgun (disambiguation). A pump action Remington 870, two semi automatic …

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  • 152Siege tower — A siege tower (or in the Middle Ages a belfry Castle: Stephen Biesty s Cross Sections . Dorling Kindersley Pub (T); 1st American edition (September 1994). ISBN 978 1564584670] ) is a specialized siege engine, constructed to protect assailants and …

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  • 153Split infinitive — A split infinitive is an English language grammatical construction in which a word or phrase, usually an adverb or adverbial phrase, comes between the marker to and the bare infinitive (uninflected) form of a verb. For example, a split infinitive …

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  • 154Spinor — In mathematics and physics, in particular in the theory of the orthogonal groups (such as the rotation or the Lorentz groups), spinors are elements of a complex vector space introduced to expand the notion of spatial vector. Unlike tensors, the… …

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  • 155Treaty of Versailles — otheruses4|the Treaty of Versailles of 28 June 1919, at the end of World War I|other uses|Treaty of Versailles (disambiguation) Infobox Treaty name = Treaty of Versailles long name = Treaty of Peace between the Allied and Associated Powers and… …

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  • 156Politics of the Republic of China — The politics of the Republic of China (ROC) takes place in a framework of a Semi presidential representative democratic republic, whereby the President is head of state and the premier (President of the Executive Yuan) is head of government, and… …

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  • 157Trust law — In common law legal systems, a trust is an arrangement whereby property (including real, tangible and intangible) is managed by one person (or persons, or organizations) for the benefit of another. A trust is created by a settlor, who entrusts… …

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  • 158Transfer function — A transfer function (also known as the system function[1] or network function) is a mathematical representation, in terms of spatial or temporal frequency, of the relation between the input and output of a linear time invariant system. With… …

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  • 159Article Four of the United States Constitution — relates to the states. It provides for the responsibilities states have to each other, and the responsibilities the federal government has to the states. Furthermore, it provides for the admission of new states and the changing of state… …

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  • 160Year — A year (from Old English gēar) is the orbital period of the Earth moving around the Sun. For an observer on Earth, this corresponds to the period it takes the Sun to complete one course throughout the zodiac along the ecliptic. In astronomy, the… …

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