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  • 1Observation tower — in Auersberg, Saxony, Germany. An observation tower is a structure used to view events from a long distance and to create a full 360 degree range of vision. They are usually at least 20 metres (65.6 ft) tall and made from stone, iron, and… …

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  • 2Observation Post Alpha — Contemporary border fence and NATO observation tower monument, near Rasdorf, Germany. Observation Post Alpha, OP Alpha or Point Alpha ( …

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  • 3Observation — Observations redirects here. For the travel book, see Observations (Pierre Belon). For other uses, see Observation (disambiguation). Observation is either an activity of a living being, such as a human, consisting of receiving knowledge of the… …

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  • 4Mass Observation — was a United Kingdom social research organisation founded in 1937. Their work ended in the mid 1960s but was revived in 1981. The Archive is housed at the University of Sussex. Mass Observation aimed to record everyday life in Britain through a… …

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  • 5Mass-Observation — was a United Kingdom social research organisation founded in 1937. Their work ended in the mid 1960s but was revived in 1981. The Archive is housed at the University of Sussex.Mass Observation aimed to record everyday life in Britain through a… …

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  • 6History of supernova observation — The known history of supernova observation goes back to 185 CE, when supernova SN 185 appeared, the oldest appearance of a supernova recorded by humankind. Several additional supernovae within the Milky Way galaxy have been recorded since that… …

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  • 7Surface weather observation — Surface weather observations are the fundamental data used for safety as well as climatological reasons to forecast weather and issue warnings worldwide. [Office of the Federal Coordinator of Meteorology. [http://www.ofcm.gov/fmh 1/pdf/B CH2.pdf… …

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  • 8calendar — calendrical /keuh len dri keuhl/, calendric, calendarial /kal euhn dair ee euhl/, calendarian, calendaric, adj. /kal euhn deuhr/, n. 1. a table or register with the days of each month and week in a year: He marked the date on his calendar. 2. any …

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  • 9Military simulation — Participants from five nations (Singapore, United Kingdom, Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand) conduct a map exercise during Exercise SUMAN Warrior 2006 Military simulations, also known informally as war games, are simulations in which theories… …

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  • 10Quark — In physics, a quark (IPAEng|kwɔrk, IPAEng|kwɑːk or IPAEng|kwɑːrk) is a type of subatomic particle. [cite web |title=Fundamental Particles |publisher=Oxford Physics |url=http://www.physics.ox.ac.uk/documents/pUS/dIS/fundam.htm |accessdate=2008 06… …

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  • 11experience — I. n. 1. Actual observation, actual trial, actual feeling, actual presentation. 2. Continued or repeated observation, long practice, thorough acquaintance with facts, knowledge gained from observation, experimental knowledge, practical wisdom. II …

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  • 12Barbara Bergmann — (born 1927) is a forerunner in feminist economics with a passion for social policy and equality, especially relating to discrimination on account of race or sex. Her work covers many topics from childcare and women’s issues to poverty and Social… …

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  • 13Microbiology — An agar plate streaked with microorganisms …

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  • 14Experience — For other uses, see Experience (disambiguation). Experience as a general concept comprises knowledge of or skill in or observation of some thing or some event gained through involvement in or exposure to that thing or event.[1] The history of the …

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  • 15Land-Tenure in the Christian Era — • The way in which land has been held or owned during the nineteen hundred years which have seen in Europe the rise and establishment of the Church is a matter for historical inquiry. Strictly speaking, the way in which such ownership or tenure… …

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  • 16ritual — ritually, adv. /rich ooh euhl/, n. 1. an established or prescribed procedure for a religious or other rite. 2. a system or collection of religious or other rites. 3. observance of set forms in public worship. 4. a book of rites or ceremonies. 5.… …

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  • 17cell — cell1 cell like, adj. /sel/, n. 1. a small room, as in a convent or prison. 2. any of various small compartments or bounded areas forming part of a whole. 3. a small group acting as a unit within a larger organization: a local cell of the… …

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  • 18Background (astronomy) — In astronomy, background commonly refers to the incoming light from an apparently empty part of the night sky. Even if no visible astronomical objects are present in given part of the sky, there always is some low luminosity present, due mostly… …

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  • 19measurement — /mezh euhr meuhnt/, n. 1. the act of measuring. 2. a measured dimension. 3. extent, size, etc., ascertained by measuring. 4. a system of measuring or measures: liquid measurement. [1745 55; MEASURE + MENT] * * * Association of numbers with… …

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  • 20Asylums and Care For the Insane —     Asylums and Care for the Insane     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Asylums and Care for the Insane     During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries hospital care of the sick of all kinds and nursing fell to the lowest ebb in history (see… …

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