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  • 21 BMW K75 — The BMW K75 is a BMW motorcycle that was produced from 1985 ndash;1995. The K75 was a successful entry level sport touring motorcycle. At the time of its introduction, the K75 was BMW s cheapest motorcycle. It was intended be a sport bike… …

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  • 22 Yamaha FZ750 — Infobox Motorcycle name = Yamaha FZ750 aka = manufacturer = Yamaha production = 1985 ndash;1991 predecessor = successor = parent company = class = Sport power = convert|110|PS|kW|abbr=on|lk=on @ 10,500 rpm torque = platform = engine = 749 cc… …

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  • 23 CONDILLAC, ÉTIENNE BONNOT —    a French philosopher, born at Grenoble, of good birth; commenced as a disciple of Locke, but went further, for whereas Locke was content to deduce empirical knowledge from sensation and reflection, he deduced reflection from sensation, and… …

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  • 24 flasher — [1] A flashing signal light. [2] An electronic switch apparatus controlling the operation of the signal lights, including their rate of flash; self cancelling when the steering wheel is returned to the straight ahead position. [3] An electronic… …

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  • 25 indicator — [1] An instrument which reveals the condition of a particular component. [2] A British term for a signal light. [3] An instrument for recording engine cylinder pressure. See battery charge indicator battery discharge indicator battery state… …

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  • 26 Neuroscience of free will — refers to recent neuroscientific investigations shedding light on the question of free will, which is a philosophical and scientific question as to whether, and in what sense, rational agents exercise control over their actions or decisions. As… …

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  • 27 Open access — This article is about open access to research literature. For other uses, see Open access (disambiguation). Open Access logo, originally designed by Public Library of Science Open access (OA) refers to unrestricted access via the Internet to… …

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  • 28 Theodicy — (IPAEng|θiːˈɒdɪsi) (adjectival form theodicean) is a specific branch of theology and philosophy that attempts to reconcile the existence of evil or suffering in the world with the belief in an omniscient, omnipotent, and omnibenevolent God, i.e …

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  • 29 Technical features new to Windows Vista — This article is part of a series on Windows Vista New features Overview Technical and core system Security and safety Networking technologies I/O technologies Management and administration Removed features …

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  • 30 Daguin machine — A 1926 cover cancelled by a Daguin machine. One of the datestamps was replaced with a touristic message for Arcachon. The Daguin machine was one of the first cancelling machines used by the French postal administration. It was created by Eugène… …

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  • 31 international relations — a branch of political science dealing with the relations between nations. [1970 75] * * * Study of the relations of states with each other and with international organizations and certain subnational entities (e.g., bureaucracies and political… …

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  • 32 Ontological paradox — An ontological paradox is a paradox of time travel that questions the existence and creation of information and objects that travel in time. It is very closely related to the predestination paradox and usually occurs at the same time. Because of… …

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  • 33 Autogenic training — is a relaxation technique developed by the German psychiatrist Johannes Schultz and first published in 1932. The technique involves the daily practice of sessions that last around 15 minutes, usually in the morning, at lunch time, and in the… …

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  • 34 Quality television — (also called quality TV ) is a term used by television scholars [Dr. David Lavery (the Chair in Film and Television at Brunel University in London); Dr Janet McCabe (Trinity College, Dublin);Kim Akass (London Metropolitan University); and Kristin …

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  • 35 Free will — This article is about the philosophical questions of free will. For other uses, see Free will (disambiguation). A domino s movement is determined completely by laws of physics. Incompatibilists say that this is a threat to free will, but… …

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  • 36 Dmitry Merezhkovsky — For his brother, a Russian biologist, see Konstantin Mereschkowski. Born Dmitry Sergeyevich Merezhkovsky 2 August 1865(1865 08 02) St Petersburg, Russia Died 9 December 1941( …

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  • 37 Merit — • By merit (meritum) in general is understood that property of a good work which entitles the doer to receive a reward from him in whose service the work is done Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Merit     Merit …

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  • 38 Id, ego and super-ego — For other uses of ego and id, see Ego (disambiguation) and ID (disambiguation). Superego redirects here. For the Superego Podcast, see Superego Podcast. Structural model redirects here. For structural models in economics, see Economic model. For… …

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  • 39 Postage stamp — A postage stamp is an adhesive paper evidence of pre paying a fee for postal services. Usually a small paper rectangle or square that is attached to an envelope, the postage stamp signifies that the person sending the letter or package may have… …

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  • 40 Lee Kuan Yew — Harry Lee Kuan Yew GCMG CH Minister Mentor In office 12 August 2004 – 21 May 2011 …

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