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  • 1 Wind power — Wind power: worldwide installed capacity [1] …

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  • 2 Glee: The Music, The Power of Madonna — Extended play de Elenco de Glee Publicación 20 de abril de 2010[1] Grabación 2010 …

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  • 3 Glee: The Music, The Power of Madonna — Glee: The Music, The Power of Madonna …

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  • 4 Civilization: Call to Power — Civilization:Call to Power North American box art Developer(s) Activision Publisher(s) …

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  • 5 imagination — imagination, fancy, fantasy are comparable when denoting either the power or the function of the mind by which mental images of things are formed or the exercise of that power especially as manifested in poetry or other works of art. The meanings …

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  • 6 active / reactive —    by Lee Spinks   The distinction between active and reactive forces was developed by Friedrich Nietzsche in his On the Genealogy of Morality and the notes posthumously collected as The Will to Power. In his seminal reading of Nietzsche, Deleuze …

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  • 7 active / reactive —    by Lee Spinks   The distinction between active and reactive forces was developed by Friedrich Nietzsche in his On the Genealogy of Morality and the notes posthumously collected as The Will to Power. In his seminal reading of Nietzsche, Deleuze …

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  • 8 invention — n. 1. Inventing, origination, creation. 2. Contrivance, device, design. 3. Ingenuity, power of inventing. 4. Fabrication, forgery, fiction, coinage …

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  • 9 invention — [in ven′shən] n. [ME inuencioun < OFr invencion < L inventio] 1. an inventing or being invented 2. the power of inventing; ingenuity or creativity 3. something invented; specif., a) something thought up or mentally fabricated; esp., a… …

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  • 10 in|ven|tion — «ihn VEHN shuhn», noun. 1. the act or process of inventing; the original making of something new: »the invention of gunpowder. For the last three centuries, Western civilization has dedicated a good part of its energies to the invention of… …

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  • 11 in|ven´tive|ness — in|ven|tive «ihn VEHN tihv», adjective. 1. good at inventing; quick to invent things: »An inventive person thinks up ways to save time, money, and work. SYNONYM(S): imaginative, ingenious. 2. of invention. 3. showing power of inventing: »Great… …

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  • 12 in|ven´tive|ly — in|ven|tive «ihn VEHN tihv», adjective. 1. good at inventing; quick to invent things: »An inventive person thinks up ways to save time, money, and work. SYNONYM(S): imaginative, ingenious. 2. of invention. 3. showing power of inventing: »Great… …

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  • 13 in|ven|tive — «ihn VEHN tihv», adjective. 1. good at inventing; quick to invent things: »An inventive person thinks up ways to save time, money, and work. SYNONYM(S): imaginative, ingenious. 2. of invention. 3. showing power of inventing: »Great art…must be… …

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  • 14 Swift, Jonathan — born Nov. 30, 1667, Dublin, Ire. died Oct. 19, 1745, Dublin Irish author, the foremost prose satirist in English. He was a student at Dublin s Trinity College during the anti Catholic Revolution of 1688 in England. Irish Catholic reaction in… …

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  • 15 Education of the Deaf and Dumb —     Education of the Deaf and Dumb     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Education of the Deaf and Dumb     Education essentially includes the process of encouraging, strengthening, and guiding the faculties, whether of mind or body, so as to make them… …

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  • 16 clever — adjective Etymology: Middle English cliver, perhaps of Scandinavian origin; akin to Danish dialect kløver alert, skillful Date: circa 1595 1. a. skillful or adroit in using the hands or body ; nimble < clever fingers > …

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  • 17 un´in|ven´tive|ness — un|in|ven|tive «UHN ihn VEHN tihv», adjective. not inventive; not having the power of inventing, discovering, or contriving: »In every company there is…the inventive class of both men and women, and the uninventive or accepting class (Emerson).… …

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  • 18 un´in|ven´tive|ly — un|in|ven|tive «UHN ihn VEHN tihv», adjective. not inventive; not having the power of inventing, discovering, or contriving: »In every company there is…the inventive class of both men and women, and the uninventive or accepting class (Emerson).… …

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  • 19 un|in|ven|tive — «UHN ihn VEHN tihv», adjective. not inventive; not having the power of inventing, discovering, or contriving: »In every company there is…the inventive class of both men and women, and the uninventive or accepting class (Emerson).… …

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  • 20 Thomas Edison — Infobox person name = Thomas Alva Edison caption = Genius is one percent inspiration, ninety nine percent perspiration. Thomas Alva Edison, Harper s Monthly (September 1932) birth date =birth date|1847|02|11 birth place =Milan, Ohio death date… …

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