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  • 41 Chinese calendar — The Chinese calendar is a lunisolar calendar, incorporating elements of a lunar calendar with those of a solar calendar. It is not exclusive to China, but followed by many other Asian cultures as well.[1] In most of East Asia today, the Gregorian …

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  • 42 Frequency — For other uses, see Frequency (disambiguation). Three cyclically flashing lights, from lowest frequency (top) to highest frequency (bottom). f is the frequency in hertz (Hz), meaning the number of cycles per second. T is the period in seconds (s) …

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  • 43 Hemoglobin — Hemoglobin, human, adult (heterotetramer, (αβ)2) Structure of human hemoglobin. The protein s α and β subunits are in red and blue, and the iron containing heme groups in green. Fro …

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  • 44 Jainism — Jainism, traditionally known as Jain Dharma / Shraman Dharma (जैन धर्म) is an ancient religion of India. Jains are a small but influential religious minority with at least 10 million followers in modern India, [ [http://www.censusindia.gov.in… …

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  • 45 Lunar phase — Moon phase redirects here. For the manga and anime series, see Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase. Animation of the Moon as it cycles through its phases, as seen from the Northern Hemisphere. The apparent wobbling of the Moon is known as libration. The… …

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  • 46 Polyhedron — Polyhedra redirects here. For the relational database system, see Polyhedra DBMS. For the game magazine, see Polyhedron (magazine). For the scientific journal, see Polyhedron (journal). Some Polyhedra Dodecahedron (Regular polyhedron) …

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  • 47 Reciprocating engine — internal combustion piston engine. E Exhaust camshaft I Intake camshaft S Spark plug V Valves P Piston R Connecting rod C Crankshaft W Water jacket for coolant flow.] A reciprocating engine, also often known as a piston engine, is a heat engine… …

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  • 48 Theosophy — This article is about the philosophy introduced by Helena Blavatsky and the Theosophical Society. See Theosophy (history of philosophy) for other uses. The emblem of the Theosophical Society Theosophy, in its modern presentation, is a spiritual… …

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  • 49 Burrows-Wheeler transform — The Burrows Wheeler transform (BWT, also called block sorting compression), is an algorithm used in data compression techniques such as bzip2. It was invented by Michael Burrows and David Wheeler in 1994 while working at DEC Systems Research… …

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  • 50 Tornado — This article is about the weather phenomenon. For other uses, see Tornado (disambiguation). For the current tornado season, see Tornadoes of 2011 …

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  • 51 Charcoal — For other uses, see Charcoal (disambiguation). Dry charcoal …

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  • 52 Penrose tiling — A Penrose tiling is a nonperiodic tiling generated by an aperiodic set of prototiles named after Roger Penrose, who investigated these sets in the 1970s.Because all tilings obtained with the Penrose tiles are non periodic, Penrose tilings are… …

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  • 53 Cyclic group — Group theory Group theory …

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  • 54 Hue — [ thumb|The hues in the image of this Painted Bunting are cyclically rotated with time.] Hue is one of the main properties of a color described with names such as red , yellow , etc. The two other main properties are lightness and colorfulness.… …

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  • 55 Vigenère cipher — The Vigenère cipher is a method of encrypting alphabetic text by using a series of different Caesar ciphers based on the letters of a keyword. It is a simple form of polyalphabetic substitution.The Vigenère (pronEng|ˌviːdʒɪˈnɛəɹ, veedj ih nair )… …

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  • 56 Scar — Scars redirects here. For the 1998 video game, see S.C.A.R.S. (video game). Scarring redirects here. For the act of inflicting scars, see Scarification. This article is about scar tissue. For other uses, see Scar (disambiguation). Scar… …

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  • 57 Ecotourism — Llano del Muerto waterfall in El Salvador …

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  • 58 Second law of thermodynamics — The second law of thermodynamics is an expression of the universal law of increasing entropy, stating that the entropy of an isolated system which is not in equilibrium will tend to increase over time, approaching a maximum value at… …

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  • 59 Homological algebra — is the branch of mathematics which studies homology in a general algebraic setting. It is a relatively young discipline, whose origins can be traced to investigations in combinatorial topology (a precursor to algebraic topology) and abstract… …

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  • 60 Continuous revelation — For a broader description about of communication from deity, see revelation. Continuous revelation or continuing revelation is a theological belief or position that God continues to reveal divine principles or commandments to humanity. In… …

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