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  • 1inextricable — [in eks′tri kə bəl; ] often [ in΄ek strik′ə bəl, in΄ikstrik′ə bəl] adj. [L inextricabilis < in , IN 2 + extricabilis] 1. that one cannot extricate oneself from 2. that cannot be disentangled or untied 3. so complicated or involved as to be… …

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  • 2in|ex´tri|ca|ble|ness — in|ex|tri|ca|ble «ihn EHK struh kuh buhl», adjective. 1. that one cannot get out of: »an inextricable maze. Figurative. inextricable difficulty. 2. that cannot be disentangled, untied, or solved; hopelessly involved or perplexing: »inextricable… …

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  • 3in|ex|tri|ca|ble — «ihn EHK struh kuh buhl», adjective. 1. that one cannot get out of: »an inextricable maze. Figurative. inextricable difficulty. 2. that cannot be disentangled, untied, or solved; hopelessly involved or perplexing: »inextricable confusion. ╂[<… …

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  • 4inextricable — /ˌɪnəksˈtrɪkəbəl/ (say .inuhks trikuhbuhl), /ɪnˈɛkstrəkəbəl/ (say in ekstruhkuhbuhl) adjective 1. from which one cannot extricate oneself: an inextricable maze. 2. that cannot be disentangled, undone, or loosed, as a tangle, knot, grasp, etc. 3.… …

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  • 5inextricable — (adj.) early 15c., from L. inextricabilis that cannot be disentangled, from in not, opposite of (see IN (Cf. in ) (1)) + extricare (see EXTRICATE (Cf. extricate)). Related: Inextricably …

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  • 6inextricable — a. Intricate, perplexed, entangled, that cannot be disentangled, not to be unravelled …

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  • 7Spinoza: the moral and political philosophy — The moral and political philosophy of Spinoza Hans W.Blom Spinoza as a moral and political philosopher was the proponent of a radical and extremely consistent version of seventeenth century Dutch naturalism. As a consequence of the burgeoning… …

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  • 8Immortal Zugzwang Game — The Immortal Zugzwang Game is a 1923 chess game between Friedrich Saemisch and Aron Nimzowitsch, played in Copenhagen. It is called that because the final position is sometimes considered a rare instance of zugzwang occurring in the middlegame.… …

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  • 9Nietzsche and freedom — The 19th century philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche is known as a critic of Judeo Christian morality and religions in general. One of the arguments he raised against the truthfulness of these doctrines is that they base upon the concept of free will …

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  • 10Friedrich Nietzsche and free will — The 19th century philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche is known as a critic of Judeo Christian morality and religions in general. One of the arguments he raised against the truthfulness of these doctrines is that they base upon the concept of free will …

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  • 11Monarchy of Canada — This article is about the monarchy of Canada. For information on the other countries which share the same person as monarch, see Commonwealth realm. For the current Queen of Canada, see Elizabeth II. Not to be confused with Monarchism in Canada.… …

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  • 12undersea exploration — Introduction       the investigation and description of the ocean waters and the seafloor and of the Earth beneath. Primary objectives and accomplishments       Included in the scope of undersea exploration are the physical and chemical… …

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  • 13Clint Eastwood — For other uses, see Clint Eastwood (disambiguation). Clint Eastwood Eastwood at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival Born C …

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  • 14History of Venezuela — Infobox Country native name = República Bolivariana de Venezuela conventional long name = Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela common name = Venezuela official languages = Spanish demonym = Venezuelan capital = Caracas latd=10 |latm=30 |latNS=N… …

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  • 15Knowledge Mobilization — may be defined as putting available knowledge into active service to benefit society. It may be knowledge that has been gathered through systematic study or through experience. Both the research knowledge and experiential wisdom are worth sharing …

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  • 16de Sitter invariant special relativity — In mathematical physics, de Sitter invariant special relativity is the speculative idea that the fundamental symmetry group of spacetime is the Indefinite orthogonal group SO(4,1), that of de Sitter space. In the standard theory of General… …

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  • 17Clint Eastwood in the 1990s — Main article: Clint Eastwood This article is part of a series on Clint Eastwood Background  …

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  • 18inexplicable — early 15c., from M.Fr. inexplicable or directly from L. inexplicabilis that cannot be unfolded or disentangled, very intricate, figuratively, inexplicable, from in not, opposite of (see IN (Cf. in ) (1)) + explicabilis that may be explained (see… …

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  • 19Judaism — /jooh dee iz euhm, day , deuh /, n. 1. the monotheistic religion of the Jews, having its ethical, ceremonial, and legal foundation in the precepts of the Old Testament and in the teachings and commentaries of the rabbis as found chiefly in the… …

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  • 20Economic democracy — is a socioeconomic philosophy that suggests a shift in decision making power from a small minority of corporate shareholders to a larger majority of public stakeholders. There is no single definition or approach for economic democracy, but most… …

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