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  • 181Poster session — A poster session is the juried presentation of research information by representatives of several research teams at a congress or conference with an academic or professional focus. These are particularly prominent at scientific conferences such… …

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  • 182Spirit gum — is an adhesive used for affixing prosthetic applications. It has been known to cause allergies in some people, but nevertheless remains in wide use.Spirit Gum is also used as a theatrical adhesive to apply wigs, beards, merkins [… …

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  • 183C-Clamp (stagecraft) — In stagecraft, a c clamp can refer to a number of different pieces of hardware, depending on its intended use.CarpentryC clamps are commonly used in theatrical carpentry for the same purpose that non theatrical carpenters employ them: for… …

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  • 184Punch (tool) — For punches used in punch presses, see Punching. A punch is a hard metal rod with a shaped tip at one end and a blunt butt end at the other, which is usually struck by a hammer. Punches are used to drive objects, such as nails, or to form an… …

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  • 185Language bioprogram theory — The Language bioprogram theory or Language bioprogram hypothesis (LBH) is a theory arguing that the structural similarities between different creole languages cannot be solely attributed to their superstrate and substrate languages. As… …

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  • 186Strike (bowling) — A strike is a term used in bowling to indicate that all of the pins have been knocked down with the first ball of a frame.When all ten pins are knocked down with the first ball (called a strike and typically rendered as an X on a scoresheet), a… …

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  • 187Celebrate Your Name Week — (CYNW) is a holiday created in 1997 by American amateur onomatologist Jerry Hill. Hill declared the first full week in March a week for everyone in the world to embrace and celebrate his or her name, and to appreciate names in general, by having… …

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  • 188Pre-adhesive mail — [ thumb|right|155px|1834 pre adhesive mail with Wittingen straight line town handstamp to Ebsdorf] Pre adhesive mail, also called pre stamp mail, are letters carried in mail systems before the issuance of postage stamps. A stampless cover is… …

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  • 189Postal Orders of Gibraltar — British postal orders are currently issued in Gibraltar by the Royal Gibraltar Post Office.Postal ordersIn accordance with the Postal Order Regulations of 1961 , postal orders may be issued for the following sums: #The sum of 50 pence; and #The… …

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  • 190Sesotho grammar — Note: *All examples marked with Dagger; are included in the audio samples. If a table caption is marked then all Sesotho examples in that table are included in the audio samples. *The orthography used in this and related articles is that of South …

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  • 191Domed Labels — are printed pressure sensitive labels that have a thick dome shaped clear polyurethane coating. Uses Screen printed and digitally printed domed labels. Domed labels are used in many applications. Equipment manufacturers apply them as permanent… …

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  • 192Irwin Kremen — (born 1925) is a North Carolina artist and professor emeritus at Duke University. His artwork mainly consists of abstract collages, often composed from pieces of weathered paper he gathered during his travels. Early on, he worked on a small scale …

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  • 193The Existential Negation Campaign — was a former project of the now defunct Flat Earth Society website (http://www.flat earth.org). The Campaign was an absurdist venture. Visitors to the website could download an image that read, WARNING: THIS OBJECT DOES NOT EXIST and were… …

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  • 194Modesty panel — A modesty panel is a thin board of wood or metal that is attached to the front of a desk, drafting table, electronic organ, or similar item. It is intended to shield legs, ankles, or feet from view in a variety of circumstances. The panel… …

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  • 195Fistmele — Fistmele, also known as the Brace height, is an older term used in archery to describe the correct distance (about seven inches) between a bow and its string. [ [http://www.thefreedictionary.com/fistmele Fistmele] at [http://www.thefreedictionary …

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  • 196The Antipodes — is a Caroline era stage play, a comedy written by Richard Brome. Many critics have ranked The Antipodes as his best play...Brome s masterpiece, [Steggle, pp. 9 10.] and one of the best Caroline comedies mdash; gay, imaginative, and spirited...;… …

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  • 197Housing of the Working Classes Act 1885 — The Housing of the Working Classes Act 1885 (48 49 Vict. c. 72) was an Act of Parliament in the United Kingdom.BackgroundIn the November 1883 issue of National Review Conservative Party leader Lord Salisbury wrote an article titled Labourers and… …

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  • 198Product Liability in the Republic of Ireland — Irish law on product liability was for most of its history based solely on negligence. With the Liability for Defective Products Act, 1991 it has now also the benefit of a statutory, strict liability regime. Liability for Defective Products Act,… …

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  • 199Mara language — Not to be confused with Mara language (Australia) . Mara Mara Pronunciation [m̥ara] Spoken in Mizoram, India; Chin State, Burma …

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  • 200Renaming of Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall — The renaming of the Chiang Kai shek Memorial Hall in Taipei to National Taiwan Democracy Memorial Hall (zh t|t=國立台灣民主紀念館, zh s|s=国立台湾民主纪念馆) [ [http://tw.news.yahoo.com/article/url/d/a/070519/5/eklm.html 民主紀念館揭牌 總統:大中至正改自由廣場] , Central News Agency …

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