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  • 121 Near side of the Moon — The names of the major seas and some craters on the near side of the Moon The near side of the Moon is the lunar hemisphere that is permanently turned towards the Earth, whereas the opposite side is the far side of the Moon. Only one side of the… …

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  • 122 Jólnir — was formerly a volcanic island south of Iceland. It emerged from the ocean as a result of tectonic activity in July, 1966. Oceanic erosion cyclically wore down the new land as it formed, and the island sank below the surface several times.It was… …

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  • 123 Phase lag (rotorcraft) — In order for a helicopter to roll left (see flight dynamics) intuition would tell us that we require maximum lift on the right and minimum lift on the left. That is, after all how an airplane rolls left: ailerons on the trailing edge of the wings …

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  • 124 Rook's graph — infobox graph name = Rook s graph image caption = 8x8 Rook s graph vertices = nm edges = nm ( n + m )/2 nm diameter = 2 chromatic number = max( n , m ) chromatic index = girth = 3 (if max( n , m ) ≥ 3) properties = regular, vertex transitive,… …

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  • 125 Bass effects — are electronic devices used to modify the tone, pitch or sound of electric bass guitars or, more rarely, amplified double basses. Bass effects can be housed in small 3 or 4 square stompbox effects pedals, larger floor multi effect units, bass… …

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  • 126 List of episodes in Gravity's Rainbow — The following is a list of episodes in Thomas Pynchon s Gravity s Rainbow.Part 1: Beyond the ZeroEpisode 1Set in London at the home of Pirate Prentice on Monday, December 18, 1944, the episode begins with Pirate dreaming about the evacuation of… …

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  • 127 Wigner D-matrix — The Wigner D matrix is a matrix in an irreducible representation of the groups SU(2) and SO(3). The complex conjugate of the D matrix is an eigenfunction of the Hamiltonian of spherical and symmetric rigid rotors. Definition Wigner D matrix Let j …

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  • 128 Magnetic field oscillating amplified thruster — The Magnetic Field Oscillating Amplified Thruster (MOA) (often named as Plasma Engine by the media) is a versatile electrothermodynamic system, which is able to accelerate nearly every medium to extremely high velocities, thereby generating a… …

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  • 129 Immunity Aware Programming — When writing firmware for an embedded system, immunity aware programming is a set of programming techniques used in an attempt to tolerate transient errors in the program counter or other that would otherwise lead to failure.Immunity aware… …

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  • 130 Wind turbine design — An example of a wind turbine, this 3 bladed turbine is the classic design of modern wind turbines Wind turbines History Design …

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  • 131 Quantum dot cellular automaton — Quantum Dot Cellular Automata (sometimes referred to simply as quantum cellular automata, or QCA) Any device designed to represent data and perform computation, regardless of the physics principles it exploits and materials used to build it, must …

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  • 132 Pneumotaxic center — The pneumotaxic center, also known as the pontine respiratory group (PRG), is a network of neurons in the rostral dorsal lateral pons. It consists of the Kölliker Fuse nucleus and the medial parabrachial nucleus. [cite journal|author=Song G, Yu Y …

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  • 133 Two Witnesses — In Christian eschatology, the Two Witnesses are two individuals, concepts or corporate beings described in chapter 11 of the Book of Revelation in the events leading up to the second coming of Christ.] The images, symbolism, and allegorical… …

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  • 134 American flag sort — An efficient, in place variant of radix sort that distributes items into hundreds of buckets. The first step counts the number of items in each bucket, and the second step computes where each bucket will start in the array. The last step… …

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  • 135 Tvättstuga — (or Laundry room) is a room in an apartment block in Sweden providing communal laundry facilities for the residents. Typically the room is located in the basement ( sv. källare). In Finland it s called pesutupa .FacilitiesMore than one washing… …

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  • 136 Regenerative heat exchanger — A regenerative heat exchanger, or more commonly a regenerator, is a type of heat exchanger where the flow through the heat exchanger is cyclical and periodically changes direction. It is similar to a countercurrent heat exchanger. However, a… …

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  • 137 Moonlight (play) — Moonlight 1994 Grove Press edition Written by Harold Pinter Characters Andy, Bel, Bridget, Fred, Jake, Maria, Ralph Date premiered …

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  • 138 Binary tetrahedral group — In mathematics, the binary tetrahedral group is an extension of the tetrahedral group T of order 12 by a cyclic group of order 2.It is the binary polyhedral group corresponding to the tetrahedral group, and as such can be defined as the preimage… …

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  • 139 Glomeris marginata — Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum …

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  • 140 Theory of impetus — The theory of impetus was an antiquated auxiliary or secondary theory of Aristotelian dynamics, put forth initially to explain projectile motion against gravity. It was first introduced by Hipparchus in antiquity, and subsequently further… …

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