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  • 81 Detector (radio) — Passband modulation v · d · e Analog modulation AM · …

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  • 82 Hand percussion — is a term used to indicate a percussion instrument of any type from any culture that is held in the hand. They can be made from wood, metal or plastic and are usually either shaken, scraped or tapped with fingers or a stick. It is a useful… …

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  • 83 Clay Guida — Born Clayton Guida December 8, 1981 (1981 12 08) (age 29) Round Lake, Illinois, United States Other names …

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  • 84 East Carolina Pirates football — East Carolina Pirates Current season …

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  • 85 Robert Gensburg — is an American lawyer working in the state of Vermont.cite news url=http://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20071011/NEWS/71011021/ 1/NEWS05 title=Firm with overses clients says feds are bugging phones, computers… …

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  • 86 Beckmann thermometer — A Beckmann thermometer is a device used to measure small differences of temperature, but not absolute temperature values. It was invented by Ernst Otto Beckmann (1853 ndash; 1923), a German chemist, for his measurements of colligative properties …

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  • 87 elastomer — elastomeric /i las teuh mer ik/, adj. /i las teuh meuhr/, n. Chem. an elastic substance occurring naturally, as natural rubber, or produced synthetically, as butyl rubber or neoprene. [1935 40; ELAST(IC) + O + Gk méros a part] * * * ▪ chemical… …

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  • 88 Italy — /it l ee/, n. a republic in S Europe, comprising a peninsula S of the Alps, and Sicily, Sardinia, Elba, and other smaller islands: a kingdom 1870 1946. 57,534,088; 116,294 sq. mi. (301,200 sq. km). Cap.: Rome. Italian, Italia. * * * Italy… …

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  • 89 tap — 1. To withdraw fluid from a cavity by means of a trocar and cannula, hollow needle, or catheter. 2. To strike lightly with the finger or a hammerlike instrument in percussion or to elicit a tendon …

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  • 90 6th Edition (Magic: The Gathering) — ← Urza s Legacy Urza s Destiny → 6th Edition (Classic) Roman numeral 6 …

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  • 91 Ravnica: City of Guilds — ← Ninth Edition Guildpact → Ravnica: City of Guilds …

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  • 92 Timeline of the Presidency of Barack Obama (2009) — This article is part of a series on Barack Obama Background Illinois Senate US Senate …

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  • 93 tap — {{11}}tap (n.1) stopper, faucet, O.E. tæppa, from P.Gmc. *tappon (Cf. M.Du. tappe, Du. tap, O.H.G. zapfo, Ger. zapfen). Originally a tapering cylindrical peg (hence TAPROOT (Cf. taproot)). Phrase on tap ready for use is recorded from late 15c.… …

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  • 94 tap — I 1. noun she turned the tap on Syn: valve, stopcock; N.Amer. faucet, spigot 2. verb 1) their telephones were tapped Syn: bug, wiretap, monitor, overhear, eavesdrop on 2) the resources were to b …

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  • 95 tap out — 1. in. to lose one’s money gambling or in the securities markets. (See also tapped.) □ I’m gonna tap out in about three more rolls just watch. □ I really tapped out on that gold mining stock. 2. in. to die; to expire. □ My dog tapped out after… …

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  • 96 tap — tap1 [tap] vt. tapped, tapping [ME tappen < OFr taper, prob. of echoic orig.] 1. to strike lightly and rapidly 2. to strike something lightly, and often repeatedly, with 3. to make or do by tapping [to tap a message with the fingers ] ☆ 4. to …

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  • 97 tap dance — I noun a dance step tapped out audibly with the feet • Syn: ↑tap dancing • Hypernyms: ↑step dancing, ↑hoofing • Hyponyms: ↑soft shoe, ↑ …

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  • 98 Bass guitar — A Music Man Stingray bass String instrument Other names Bass, electric bass guitar, electric bass. Classification …

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  • 99 Curling — Highest governing body World Curling Federation N …

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  • 100 Ronald Reagan — Reagan redirects here. For other uses, see Reagan (disambiguation). Ronald Reagan 40th President of the United States In office …

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