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  • 1 Equal pay for women — is an issue regarding pay inequality between men and women. It is often introduced into domestic politics in many first world countries as an economic problem that needs governmental intervention via regulation. The Equal Remuneration Convention… …

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  • 2 Equal temperament — is a musical temperament, or a system of tuning in which every pair of adjacent notes has an identical frequency ratio. In equal temperament tunings an interval mdash; usually the octave mdash; is divided into a series of equal steps (equal… …

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  • 3 Equal Protection Clause — The Equal Protection Clause, part of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, provides that no state shall… deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. [… …

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  • 4 isochronal — a. Isochronous, uniform in time, performed in equal times, of equal time, of equal duration (as the vibrations of a pendulum) …

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  • 5 Isochronal — I*soch ro*nal, a. [See {Isochronous}.] Uniform in time; of equal time; performed in equal times; recurring at regular intervals; as, isochronal vibrations or oscillations. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 6 isochronous — Occurring during the same time. * * * isoch·ro·nous (i sokґrə nəs) [iso + chrono + ous] 1. performed in equal times; said of motions, vibrations, or waves occurring at the same time and being equal in duration. 2. of ciliary beating,… …

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  • 7 arts, East Asian — Introduction       music and visual and performing arts of China, Korea, and Japan. The literatures of these countries are covered in the articles Chinese literature, Korean literature, and Japanese literature.       Some studies of East Asia… …

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  • 8 gravitation — gravitational, adj. gravitationally, adv. /grav i tay sheuhn/, n. 1. Physics. a. the force of attraction between any two masses. Cf. law of gravitation. b. an act or process caused by this force. 2. a sinking or falling …

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  • 9 mechanics — /meuh kan iks/, n. 1. (used with a sing. v.) the branch of physics that deals with the action of forces on bodies and with motion, comprised of kinetics, statics, and kinematics. 2. (used with a sing. v.) the theoretical and practical application …

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  • 10 geometry — /jee om i tree/, n. 1. the branch of mathematics that deals with the deduction of the properties, measurement, and relationships of points, lines, angles, and figures in space from their defining conditions by means of certain assumed properties… …

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  • 11 physical science — physical scientist. 1. any of the natural sciences dealing with inanimate matter or with energy, as physics, chemistry, and astronomy. 2. these sciences collectively. [1835 45] * * * Introduction       the systematic study of the inorganic world …

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  • 12 Inertia — In common usage, however, people may also use the term inertia to refer to an object s amount of resistance to change in velocity (which is quantified by its mass), and sometimes its momentum, depending on context (e.g. this object has a lot of… …

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  • 13 Sivi Kingdom — Sivi (alias Sibi, Shibi, Shivi) is mentioned as a kingdom and as the name of a king in the epic Mahabharata. Probably there was a Sivi king who became famous as Sivi or the kingdom itself may be named after him. Sivi (alias Sibi, Saivya) king was …

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  • 14 Clergy — (left to right) George Carey, Archbishop of Canterbury (1991–2002), Jonathan Sacks, Chief Rabbi (UK), Mustafa Ceric, Grand Mufti of Bosnia, Jim Wallis, Sojourners, USA. 2009 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Cleric redirects here. For… …

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  • 15 Secular variations of the planetary orbits — The Secular Variations of the Planetary Orbits (French: Variations Séculaires des Orbites Planétaires, abbreviated as VSOP) is a semi analytic theory describing the long term changes (secular variation) in the orbits of the planets Mercury to… …

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  • 16 New Zealand literature — Introduction       the body of literatures, both oral and written, produced in New Zealand. Maori narrative: the oral tradition       Like all Polynesian peoples, the Maori, who began to occupy the islands now called New Zealand about 1,000 years …

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  • 17 FESTIVALS — (Heb. חַג, hag; מוֹעֵד, mo ed; or יוֹם טוֹב, yom tov). Introduction The root of חַג is חָגֹג ḥagog, to celebrate, or possibly חוּג ḥug, to go round. It is related to the Arabic ḥajja which means to go on a pilgrimage from which comes ḥajj, the… …

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  • 18 Book of Abraham — For other meanings of this name, see Book of Abraham (disambiguation). A portion of the papyri considered by some to be source of the Book of Abraham. The difference between Egyptologists translation and Joseph Smith s interpretations have caused …

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  • 19 Morton's neuroma — Classification and external resources The plantar nerves. ICD 10 G57.6 …

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  • 20 America the Beautiful — This article is about an American patriotic song. For the US coin series, see America the Beautiful Quarters. For the documentary film, see America the Beautiful (film). America the Beautiful Commemoration plaque atop Pikes Peak …

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