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  • 21 aphaeresis — noun (plural aphaereses) Etymology: Late Latin, from Greek aphairesis, literally, taking off, from aphairein to take away, from apo + hairein to take Date: circa 1550 the loss of one or more sounds or letters at the beginning of a word (as in… …

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  • 22 plasmapheresis — noun Etymology: New Latin, from plasm + Greek aphairesis taking off more at aphaeresis Date: 1914 a process for removing blood plasma without depleting the donor or patient of other blood constituents (as red blood cells) by separating out the… …

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  • 23 Alaska — This article is about the U.S. state of Alaska. For other uses, see Alaska (disambiguation). Alaskan redirects here. For other uses, see Alaskan (disambiguation). State of Alaska …

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  • 24 Asphalt — Note: The terms bitumen and asphalt are mostly interchangeable, except where asphalt is used as an abbreviation for asphalt concrete For other uses, see Asphalt (disambiguation). Natural bitumen from the Dead sea …

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  • 25 Albert Speer — This article is about the German architect who became a Third Reich minister, and later an author. For his eldest son, also an architect, see Albert Speer, Jr.. For the early 20th century American judge, see Albert Spear. Albert Speer Albert… …

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  • 26 Ada (programming language) — For other uses of Ada or ADA, see Ada (disambiguation). Ada Paradigm(s) Multi paradigm Appeared in 1980 Designed by MIL STD 1815/Ada 83: Jean Ichbiah Ada 95: Tucker Taft Ada 2005: Tucker Taft Stable release …

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  • 27 Aircraft carrier — From bottom to top: Principe de Asturias, amphibious assault ship USS Wasp, USS Forrestal and light V/STOL carrier HMS Invincible, showing size differences of late 20th century carriers An aircraft …

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  • 28 Atari — Infobox Company company name=Atari company logo= foundation=1972 as Atari Inc. 1984 as Atari Corporation and Atari Games 1998 as Atari Interactive (division of Hasbro Interactive) 2003 as Atari Interactive (formerly Infogrames Interactive/Hasbro… …

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  • 29 American Airlines — IATA AA ICAO AAL Callsign AMERICAN …

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  • 30 Assassination — is the targeted murder of a high profile person. [ [http://wordnet.princeton.edu/perl/webwn?s=assassin Assassin] (from Wordnet, Princeton University)] An added distinction between assassination and other forms of killing is that the assassin (one …

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  • 31 Baptism — This article is about the Christian religious ceremony. For other uses, see Baptism (disambiguation). Baptism of Neophytes by Masaccio, 15th century, Brancacci Chapel, Florence.[ …

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  • 32 Book of Ruth — This article is about the ancient Hebrew religious text. For the 20th century English language novel, see The Book of Ruth (novel) The Book of Ruth ( he. מגילת רות; Sephardic, Israeli Hebrew: [məgi lat rut] ; Ashkenazi Hebrew: [mə gɪləs rus] ;… …

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  • 33 Buddy Holly — For the Weezer song, see Buddy Holly (song). Buddy Holly Buddy Holly in 1957 Background information Birth name Charles Hardin Holley …

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  • 34 Clarinet — This article is about the musical instrument. For ClariNet, see ClariNet. Clarinet B♭ Clarinet (Boehm system) Woodwind instrument Classification Wind Woodwind …

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  • 35 Concorde — For other uses, see Concorde (disambiguation). Concorde Role Supersonic airliner …

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  • 36 C-130 Hercules — Infobox Aircraft name = C 130 Hercules type = Military transport aircraft manufacturer = Lockheed Lockheed Martin caption = USAF C 130E designer = first flight = 23 August1954 introduction = December 1956 retired = status = In production primary… …

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  • 37 Circuit Park Zandvoort — Zandvoort today Location Burgemeester van Alphenstraat 108, 2041 KP Zandvoort, Netherlands Time zone CET (UTC+01) Major events …

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  • 38 Transport in the Democratic Republic of the Congo — Diagrammatic Map of ground and water transport in the DR Congo in 2000 (roads) and 2006 (waterways and railways) Ground transport in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has always been difficult. The terrain and climate of the Congo Basin… …

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  • 39 Diego de Almagro — For the city in Chile, see Diego de Almagro, Chile. Diego de Almagro Born c. 1475 Almagro, Crown of Castile Died July 8, 1538 (aged 62–63) …

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  • 40 Dhimmi — This article is about dhimmi in the context of Islamic law. For the neologism, see dhimmitude. This article is …

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