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  • 1perceptible — perceptible, sensible, palpable, tangible, appreciable, ponderable all mean capable of being apprehended through the senses or intellect as real and existent. Perceptible may be used inclusively to describe whatever comes within the range of one… …

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  • 2touch# — touch vb 1 Touch, feel, palpate, handle, paw can all mean to lay the hand or fingers or an equally sensitive part of the body upon so as to get or produce a sensation often in examination or exploration. Touch usually stresses the act which leads …

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  • 3The Nordic Exhibition of 1888 (1888) — The Nordic exhibition of Industry, Agriculture, and Art of 1888 was a joint venture between 29 organisations and official institutions, with the weight on the private side, represented foremost by the Association of Copenhagen Industrialists. It… …

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  • 4The Shades — Shade Shade (sh[=a]d), n. [OE. shade, shadewe, schadewe, AS. sceadu, scead; akin to OS. skado, D. schaduw, OHG. scato, (gen. scatewes), G. schatten, Goth. skadus, Ir. & Gael. sgath, and probably to Gr. sko tos darkness. [root]162. Cf. {Shadow},… …

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  • 5The Silent Way — is an approach to language teaching designed to enable students to become independent, autonomous and responsible learners. It is part of a more general pedagogical approach to teaching and learning created by Caleb Gattegno. It is constructivist …

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  • 6The Hurt Locker — Hurt Locker redirects here. For the song by American Rapper Xzibit, see Hurt Locker (song). The Hurt Locker …

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  • 7Education of the Blind — • Includes statistics and history Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Education of the Blind     Education of the Blind      …

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  • 8Eucharist in the Catholic Church — The institution of the Eucharist has been a key theme in the depictions of the Last Supper in Christian art, as in this 16th century Juan de Juanes painting. At the Last Supper, on the night he was betrayed, our Savior instituted the Eucharistic… …

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  • 9Utilitarians (The early) — The early utilitarians Bentham and James Mill G.L.Williams Jeremy Bentham was born in 1748 in London; his prosperous father, a lawyer who became wealthy from property rather than the law, planned out for his son a brilliant legal career. After an …

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  • 10Geography of the United States — The United States is a nation in the Western Hemisphere. It consists of forty eight contiguous states on the North American continent; Alaska, an enormous peninsula which forms the northwestern most part of North America, and Hawaii, an… …

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  • 11HISTORICAL SURVEY: THE STATE AND ITS ANTECEDENTS (1880–2006) — Introduction It took the new Jewish nation about 70 years to emerge as the State of Israel. The immediate stimulus that initiated the modern return to Zion was the disappointment, in the last quarter of the 19th century, of the expectation that… …

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  • 12Bonaventure, the German Dominicans and the new translations — John Marenbon As the previous chapter has illustrated, even in the first half of the thirteenth century the outlook of thinkers was much affected by the newly available translations of Aristotle and of Arabic commentaries and treatises.1 By the… …

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  • 13Sign of the Cross — • A term applied to various manual acts, liturgical or devotional in character, which have this at least in common: that by the gesture of tracing two lines intersecting at right angles they indicate symbolically the figure of Christ s cross… …

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  • 14Intangible — In*tan gi*ble, a. [Pref. in not + tangible: cf. F. intangible.] Not tangible; incapable of being touched; not perceptible to the touch; impalpable; imperceptible. Bp. Wilkins. [1913 Webster] A corporation is an artificial, invisible, intangible… …

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  • 15Intangibleness — Intangible In*tan gi*ble, a. [Pref. in not + tangible: cf. F. intangible.] Not tangible; incapable of being touched; not perceptible to the touch; impalpable; imperceptible. Bp. Wilkins. [1913 Webster] A corporation is an artificial, invisible,… …

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  • 16Intangibly — Intangible In*tan gi*ble, a. [Pref. in not + tangible: cf. F. intangible.] Not tangible; incapable of being touched; not perceptible to the touch; impalpable; imperceptible. Bp. Wilkins. [1913 Webster] A corporation is an artificial, invisible,… …

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  • 17impalpable — a. 1. Intangible, very fine, delicate, attenuated, not palpable, not to be felt, not perceptible by the touch. 2. Imperceptible, shadowy, indistinct, inapprehensible, unsubstantial …

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  • 18Intactable — Intactible In*tac ti*ble, Intactable In*tac ta*ble, a. Not perceptible to the touch. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 19Intactible — In*tac ti*ble, Intactable In*tac ta*ble, a. Not perceptible to the touch. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 20tangible — Having or possessing physical form. Capable of being touched and seen; perceptible to the touch; tactile; palpable; capable of being possessed or realized; readily apprehensible by the mind; real; substantial @ tangible assets Assets with… …

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