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  • 1employ — I. transitive verb Etymology: Middle English emploien, from Anglo French empleier, emploier, emplier to entangle, apply, make use of, from Latin implicare to enfold, involve, from in + plicare to fold more at ply Date: 15th century 1. a. to make… …

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  • 2improve — I. v. a. 1. Amend, mend, better, meliorate, ameliorate, make better, rectify. 2. Use, make use of, turn to account, avail one s self of. 3. Make a good use of, turn to good account, employ advantageously, make productive. II. v. n. 1. Mend, gain …

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  • 3Glossary of cue sports terms — The following is a glossary of traditional English language terms used in the three overarching cue sports disciplines: carom (or carambole) billiards referring to the various carom games played on a billiard table without pockets; pool (pocket… …

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  • 4Xenon arc lamp — A xenon arc lamp is an artificial light source. Powered by electricity, it uses ionized xenon gas to produce a bright white light that closely mimics natural daylight.Xenon arc lamps can be roughly divided into three categories: * Continuous… …

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  • 5Acyloin condensation — is a reductive coupling of two carboxylic esters using metallic sodium to yield an α hydroxyketone, also known as an acyloin. [cite journal title = Action du sodium sur les éthers des acides monobasiques à fonction simple de la série grasse… …

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  • 6Ridgetown, Ontario — Ridgetown is a community in Ontario, Canada located in south east Chatham Kent. It is home to the University of Guelph Ridgetown Campus. It has a population of roughly 3,300 and is one of many small farming communities in Chatham Kent.Ridgetown… …

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  • 7History of the English fiscal system — The history of the English fiscal system affords the best known example of continuous financial development in terms of both institutions and methods. Although periods of great upheaval occurred from the time of the Norman Conquest to the… …

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  • 8Comprehensive campaign — A comprehensive campaign is labor union organizing or a collective bargaining campaign with a heavy focus on research, the use of community coalition building, publicity and public pressure, political and regulatory pressure, and economic and… …

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  • 9Reasonable accommodation — is a term used in Canada to refer to the theory that equality rights set out in section 15 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms demands that accommodation be made to various ethnic minorities. The concept is especially applied with… …

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  • 10animal — animalic /an euh mal ik/, animalian /an euh may lee euhn, mayl yeuhn/, adj. /an euh meuhl/, n. 1. any member of the kingdom Animalia, comprising multicellular organisms that have a well defined shape and usually limited growth, can move… …

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  • 11Italians in the United States — • Information on distribution, statistics, and religion Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Italians in the United States     Italians in the United States      …

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  • 12The Vatican as a Scientific Institute —     The Vatican Palace, as a Scientific Institute     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Vatican Palace, as a Scientific Institute     Regarded from the point of view of scientific productivity, the Vatican is the busiest scientific workshop in Rome.… …

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  • 13John George Nathaniel Gibbes — Colonel John George Nathaniel Gibbes (30 March 1787 5 July 1873) was a British army officer who emigrated to Australia in 1834, becoming a Crown appointed member of the New South Wales Legislative Council and the Collector of Customs for the… …

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  • 14Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm — Nietzsche Robin Small LIFE AND PERSONALITY Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (1844–1900) is one of those thinkers whose personalities cannot easily be separated from their achievements in philosophy. This is not because his life was an unusually… …

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  • 15Dundee —    DUNDEE, a royal burgh, sea port town, and parish, in the county of Forfar; containing, with part of the village of Lochee, 62,794 inhabitants, of whom 60,553 are within the burgh, 14 miles (S. by W.) from Forfar, and 40½ (N. by E.) from… …

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