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  • 181 Trotsky Vengarán — Datos generales Origen  Uruguay, Montevideo Informa …

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  • 182 rigidity — 1. Stiffness or inflexibility. SYN: rigor (1). 2. In psychiatry and clinical psychology, an aspect of personality characterized by an individual s resistance to change. 3. In neurology, one type of increase in …

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  • 183 List of mathematical jargon — The language of mathematics has a vast vocabulary of specialist and technical terms. It also has a certain amount of jargon: commonly used phrases which are part of the culture of mathematics, rather than of the subject. Jargon often appears in… …

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  • 184 apretar — (Del ant. *apetrar < lat. vulgar appectorare, estrechar contra el pecho < pectus, pecho.) ► verbo transitivo 1 Hacer fuerza o presión sobre una cosa o persona: ■ apretó la bolsa para sacar todo el aire. SE CONJUGA COMO pensar SINÓNIMO… …

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  • 185 quebrar — (Del lat. crepare, estallar.) ► verbo transitivo/ pronominal 1 Romper o romperse una cosa con violencia: ■ con el temblor de tierra se cayó la lámpara de vidrio y quedó hecha añicos. SE CONJUGA COMO pensar SINÓNIMO quebrantar ► verbo transitivo 2 …

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  • 186 rigoriste — [ rigɔrist ] n. et adj. • 1683; du lat. rigor, rigoris « rigueur » ♦ Personne qui fait preuve de rigorisme moral ou religieux. ⇒ puritain. ♢ Adj. ⇒ intransigeant, rigoureux, sévère. « Il est si commode d être rigoriste dans ses discours ! cela ne …

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  • 187 rigurosamente — ► adverbio Con rigor o exactitud: ■ acude rigurosamente a misa; reprendió a sus hijos rigurosamente. * * * rigurosamente 1 adv. Con rigor (severidad). ⊚ Con rigor (exactitud o precisión). ⊚ Sin concesiones o excepciones. ⇒ Caramente,… …

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  • 188 rigoros — grundlegend; radikal; gründlich; fundamental; streng; strikt; unnachsichtig; hart; rigide * * * ri|go|ros [rigo ro:s] <Adj.>: sehr streng, hart [und rücksichtslos]: die Polizei greift rigoros durch; rigorose Maßnahmen ergreifen …

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  • 189 rigore — ri·gó·re s.m. 1. LE rigidità: pur sempre rifulgono i tronchi | quivi in rigor di pietra simili a gemmei steli (D Annunzio) 2. AU intensità e rigidità del freddo: i rigori dell alta quota; inclemenza di una stagione: il rigore dell inverno… …

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  • 190 rigoare — RIGOÁRE, rigori, s.f. Asprime, severitate, stricteţe, străşnicie. ♢ loc. adj. De rigoare = care este cerut de o anumită împrejurare, de o anumită etichetă; potrivit împrejurării. ♢ loc. adv. La rigoare = în caz de extremă necesitate. ♦ (La pl.)… …

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  • 191 difficulty — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) That which is hard to overcome Nouns 1. difficulty, hardness, impracticability, hard work, uphill work, hurdle; hard task, Herculean task, large order, hard row to hoe; task of Sisyphus, Sisyphean labor; …

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  • 192 rigore — /ri gore/ s.m. [dal lat. rigor oris, der. di rigēre essere rigido ]. 1. (lett.) [compromissione della motilità o della mobilità della muscolatura, di organi o di articolazioni] ▶◀ Ⓣ (med.) rigidità, Ⓣ (med.) rigor. 2. [condizione di freddo… …

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  • 193 mano — mano1 (Del lat. manus). 1. f. Parte del cuerpo humano unida a la extremidad del antebrazo y que comprende desde la muñeca inclusive hasta la punta de los dedos. 2. En algunos animales, extremidad cuyo dedo pulgar puede oponerse a los otros. 3. En …

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  • 194 David Hilbert — Hilbert redirects here. For other uses, see Hilbert (disambiguation). David Hilbert David Hilbert (1912) Born …

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  • 195 History of mathematics — A proof from Euclid s Elements, widely considered the most influential textbook of all time.[1] …

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  • 196 Mathematical proof — In mathematics, a proof is a convincing demonstration (within the accepted standards of the field) that some mathematical statement is necessarily true.[1][2] Proofs are obtained from deductive reasoning, rather than from inductive or empirical… …

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  • 197 D'Alembert's paradox — In fluid dynamics, d Alembert s paradox (or the hydrodynamic paradox) is a contradiction reached in 1752 by French mathematician Jean le Rond d Alembert.[1] D Alembert proved that – for incompressible and inviscid potential flow – the drag force… …

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  • 198 Mark Richardson (cricketer) — For other people named Mark Richardson, see Mark Richardson (disambiguation). Mark Richardson Personal information Full name Mark Hunter Richardson Born 11 June 1971 (1971 06 11) (age 40) Hastings, New Zealand Batting style Left handed… …

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  • 199 On Exactitude in Science — or On Rigor in Science (the original Spanish language title is Del rigor en la ciencia ) is a one paragraph short story by Jorge Luis Borges, about the map/territory relation, written in the form of a literary forgery. Contents 1 Plot 2… …

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  • 200 Cameo (band) — Infobox musical artist | Name = Cameo Img capt = Img size = Background = group or band Alias = Origin = New York City, USA Instrument = Genre = R B / funk / soul / disco, electro Occupation = Singer Songwriter / Producer / Musician Years active …

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