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  • 121 Windsurfing — A windsurfer tilts the rig and carves the board to perform a planing jibe (downwind turn) close to shore at Maui, Hawaii …

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  • 122 List of fictional elements, materials, isotopes and atomic particles — This list contains chemical elements, materials, isotopes or (sub)atomic particle that exist primarily in works of fiction (usually fantasy or science fiction). No actual periodic elements end in ite , though many minerals have names with this… …

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  • 123 commercial fishing — Introduction  the taking of fish and other seafood and resources from oceans, rivers, and lakes for the purpose of marketing them.       Fishing is one of the oldest employments of humankind. Ancient heaps of discarded mollusk shells (shell… …

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  • 124 Ship — A ship IPA|/ʃɪp/ audio|en us ship.ogg|Audio (US) is a large vessel that floats on water. Ships are generally distinguished from boats based on size. Ships may be found on lakes, seas, and rivers and they allow for a variety of activities, such as …

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  • 125 Hikari Sentai Maskman — Genre Tokusatsu Created by Toei Starring …

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  • 126 HMS Eurydice (1841) — HMS Eurydice was a 24 gun frigate which was the victim of one of Britain s worst peace time naval disasters when she sank in 1878.Origins of the Eurydice Designed by Admiral the Hon. G. Elliot, the second Eurydice was a very fast 24 26 gun… …

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  • 127 Spirit (She-Ra) — Infobox He Man/She Ra Character|Alliance=#87CEFA Title=Spirit Spirit, Adora s beloved steed Name=Spirit Powers=Ability to talk Affiliation=Adora The Great Rebellion Actor=Lou Scheimer Spirit is a fictional character in the animated television… …

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  • 128 Deep foundation — A deep foundation installation for a bridge in Napa, California, United States …

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  • 129 Cowl (oast) — Cowls on a maltings at Ware, Herts. A Cowl is a device used on a kiln to keep the weather out of, and induce a flow of air through, the kiln. They are normally associated with oasts but can also be found on breweries (Letheringsett, Norfolk),… …

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  • 130 automobile — automobilist /aw teuh meuh bee list, moh bi list/, n. /aw teuh meuh beel , aw teuh meuh beel , aw teuh moh beel, beuhl/, n. 1. a passenger vehicle designed for operation on ordinary roads and typically having four wheels and a gasoline or diesel… …

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  • 131 geology — /jee ol euh jee/, n., pl. geologies. 1. the science that deals with the dynamics and physical history of the earth, the rocks of which it is composed, and the physical, chemical, and biological changes that the earth has undergone or is… …

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  • 132 naval ship — Introduction       the chief instrument by which a nation extends its military power onto the seas. Warships protect the movement over water of military forces to coastal areas where they may be landed and used against enemy forces; warships… …

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  • 133 pre-Columbian civilizations — Introduction       the aboriginal American Indian (Mesoamerican Indian) cultures that evolved in Meso America (part of Mexico and Central America) and the Andean region (western South America) prior to Spanish exploration and conquest in the 16th …

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  • 134 stream — Synonyms and related words: Brownian movement, X ray, Zeitgeist, abound, abundance, actinic ray, actinism, advance, affluence, afflux, affluxion, air current, ample sufficiency, ampleness, amplitude, angular motion, appear, arise, ascend,… …

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  • 135 List of fictional swords — In Arthurian fiction [ thumb|left|ArthurExcalibur).] Excalibur is featured in every tale of Arthur or Merlin ever written, in some form or another. The examples below list two of the more distinctive takes on Arthurian swords. Bernard Cornwell:… …

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  • 136 Double layer (plasma) — This article is about the structure in plasma physics. For other uses, see Double layer. Saturnian aurora whose reddish colour is characteristic of ionized hydrogen plasma.[1] Powered by the Saturnian equivalent of (filamentary) Birkeland… …

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  • 137 Alice Sheldon — James Tiptree, Jr. (eigentlich Alice B. Sheldon; * 24. August 1915 in Chicago; † 19. Mai 1987 in McLean in Virginia, USA) war eine US amerikanische Schriftstellerin und Psychologin. Die Autorin benutzte zwischen 1968 und 1987 für die… …

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  • 138 James Tiptree — James Tiptree, Jr. (eigentlich Alice B. Sheldon; * 24. August 1915 in Chicago; † 19. Mai 1987 in McLean in Virginia, USA) war eine US amerikanische Schriftstellerin und Psychologin. Die Autorin benutzte zwischen 1968 und 1987 für die… …

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  • 139 James Tiptree, Jr — James Tiptree, Jr. (eigentlich Alice B. Sheldon; * 24. August 1915 in Chicago; † 19. Mai 1987 in McLean in Virginia, USA) war eine US amerikanische Schriftstellerin und Psychologin. Die Autorin benutzte zwischen 1968 und 1987 für die… …

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  • 140 James Tiptree, Jr. — James Tiptree, Jr. (eigentlich Alice B. Sheldon; * 24. August 1915 in Chicago; † 19. Mai 1987 in McLean in Virginia, USA) war eine US amerikanische Schriftstellerin und Psychologin. Die Autorin benutzte zwischen 1968 und 1987 für die… …

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