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  • 161 coherent — adj. 1 (of a person) able to speak intelligibly and articulately. 2 (of speech, an argument, etc.) logical and consistent; easily followed. 3 cohering; sticking together. 4 Physics (of waves) having a constant phase relationship. Derivatives:… …

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  • 162 cohesion — n. 1 a the act or condition of sticking together. b a tendency to cohere. 2 Chem. the force with which molecules cohere. Derivatives: cohesive adj. cohesively adv. cohesiveness n. Etymology: L cohaes (see COHERE) after adhesion …

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  • 163 cohesiveness — noun 1. the state of cohering or sticking together (Freq. 1) • Syn: ↑coherence, ↑coherency, ↑cohesion • Ant: ↑incoherence (for: ↑coherence) …

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  • 164 consistency — n. (also consistence) (pl. ies or es) 1 the degree of density, firmness, or viscosity, esp. of thick liquids. 2 the state of being consistent; conformity with other or earlier attitudes, practice, etc. 3 the state or quality of holding or… …

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  • 165 Plavix — noun a blood thinner (trade name Plavix) approved for the treatment of mild heart attacks; works by preventing blood platelets from sticking together to form clots that would restrict blood flow • Syn: ↑clopidogrel bisulfate • Usage Domain:… …

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  • 166 sandboy — n. Phrases and idioms: happy as a sandboy extremely happy or carefree. Etymology: prob. = a boy hawking sand for sale * * * noun a young peddler of sand; used now only to express great happiness in happy as a sandboy • Regions: ↑United Kingdom,… …

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  • 167 in´co|her´ent|ly — in|co|her|ent «IHN koh HIHR uhnt», adjective. 1. having or showing no logical connection of ideas; not coherent; disconnected; confused. 2. not sticking together. SYNONYM(S): loose. 3. Physics. having waves of irregular and random phases:… …

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  • 168 in|co|her|ent — «IHN koh HIHR uhnt», adjective. 1. having or showing no logical connection of ideas; not coherent; disconnected; confused. 2. not sticking together. SYNONYM(S): loose. 3. Physics. having waves of irregular and random phases: »incoherent radiation …

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  • 169 hearts and pins —    Sticking *pins into an animal s heart is a symbolic aggressive action, much used in *counterspells throughout England. If farm animals were dying and witchcraft was suspected, one should cut out a heart, stick it with pins, nails, or thorns,… …

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  • 170 Muon-catalyzed fusion — This article refers to the original use of the term cold fusion. For the controversial experiments known as cold fusion, see Cold fusion. For other uses, see Cold Fusion (disambiguation). Muon catalyzed fusion (μCF) is a process allowing nuclear… …

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  • 171 Types of gestures — Gestures are a form of body language or non verbal communication.Although some gestures, such as the ubiquitous act of pointing, differ little from one place to another, most gestures do not have invariable or universal meanings, having specific… …

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  • 172 stick — stick1 [ stık ] (past tense and past participle stuck [ stʌk ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 attach something to something ▸ 2 put quickly & carelessly ▸ 3 push something long into something ▸ 4 become difficult to move ▸ 5 when name is accepted ▸ 6 in card… …

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  • 173 List of gestures — Further information: Gesture People often use gestures during heated or tense arguments, such as at this political demonstration. Gestures are a form of nonverbal communication in which visible bodily actio …

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  • 174 List of Bakugan Battle Brawlers characters — This is a list of characters from the Japanese anime series Bakugan Battle Brawlers. Contents 1 Heroes 1.1 Battle Brawlers …

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  • 175 stick — 1 /stIk/ verb past tense and past participle stuck 1 PUSH (transitive always + adv/prep, intransitive always + adv/prep) if a pointed object sticks into something or you stick it into something, it is pushed into it: stick sth in/into/through etc …

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  • 176 stick — I UK [stɪk] / US verb Word forms stick : present tense I/you/we/they stick he/she/it sticks present participle sticking past tense stuck UK [stʌk] / US past participle stuck *** 1) [transitive] to push something long and thin into or through… …

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  • 177 stick — I [[t]stɪ̱k[/t]] NOUN USES ♦♦♦ sticks 1) N COUNT A stick is a thin branch which has fallen off a tree. ...people carrying bundles of dried sticks to sell for firewood. Syn: twig 2) N COUNT A stick is a long thin piece of wood which is used for… …

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  • 178 Devil sticks — Children learning the pendulum The manipulation of devil sticks (also devilsticks, devil stixx, flower sticks, devil sticks, rhythm sticks, gravity sticks, or juggling sticks) is a form of gyroscopic juggling or equilibristics, and is generally… …

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  • 179 List of characters in Titanic (1997 film) — The following is a list of characters from the 1997 film Titanic .1912 characters: Passengers on the RMS TitanicJack DawsonInfobox Person name=Jack Dawson birth date=1892 birth place=Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin death date=death date|1912|4|15|mf=y… …

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  • 180 Wing Chun — A wing chun front kick (right) against a turning kick. This illustrates the principles of centerline and simultaneous attack and defence. Also known as Wing Tsun, Ving Tsun Focus Striking, Trapping …

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