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  • 81National RTI awards — Awarded for To reward outstanding work in RTI Country India First awarded 2009 Official website http://www.rtiawards.org The National RTI Awards …

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  • 82Digitale Bildforensik — ist eine Teildisziplin der digitalen Multimediaforensik und widmet sich der Untersuchung der Authentizität digitaler Bilder unter anderem zur Gewinnung von Indizien in der Kriminalistik (vgl. Forensik). Bei den meisten in der Praxis relevanten… …

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  • 83Breuer-Courth, Carl — (10/24/1884 Aachen 1960) (Germany) used pseudonym Reunier, Eugene    Painter, printmaker, and advertising artist. Started as a church artist, but his fascination with beautiful women lead him to fashionable and galante imagery. Eventually his… …

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  • 84expose — 01. When Sam lifted up the rock at the beach, he [exposed] many different kinds of sea animals living underneath. 02. The documentary [exposed] political corruption. 03. If you [expose] your film to light, it will ruin it. 04. The old man was… …

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  • 85expose */*/ — UK [ɪkˈspəʊz] / US [ɪkˈspoʊz] verb [transitive] Word forms expose : present tense I/you/we/they expose he/she/it exposes present participle exposing past tense exposed past participle exposed 1) to allow something that is usually covered or… …

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  • 86allowance — Tolerance Tol er*ance, n. [L. tolerantia: cf. F. tol[ e]rance.] 1. The power or capacity of enduring; the act of enduring; endurance. [1913 Webster] Diogenes, one frosty morning, came into the market place, shaking, to show his tolerance. Bacon.… …

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  • 87Exposure — Ex*po sure (?;135), n. [From {Expose}.] 1. The act of exposing or laying open, setting forth, laying bare of protection, depriving of care or concealment, or setting out to reprobation or contempt. [1913 Webster] The exposure of Fuller . . . put… …

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  • 88high-zone tolerance — Tolerance Tol er*ance, n. [L. tolerantia: cf. F. tol[ e]rance.] 1. The power or capacity of enduring; the act of enduring; endurance. [1913 Webster] Diogenes, one frosty morning, came into the market place, shaking, to show his tolerance. Bacon.… …

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  • 89immune tolerance — Tolerance Tol er*ance, n. [L. tolerantia: cf. F. tol[ e]rance.] 1. The power or capacity of enduring; the act of enduring; endurance. [1913 Webster] Diogenes, one frosty morning, came into the market place, shaking, to show his tolerance. Bacon.… …

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  • 90immunological tolerance — Tolerance Tol er*ance, n. [L. tolerantia: cf. F. tol[ e]rance.] 1. The power or capacity of enduring; the act of enduring; endurance. [1913 Webster] Diogenes, one frosty morning, came into the market place, shaking, to show his tolerance. Bacon.… …

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  • 91immunotolerance — Tolerance Tol er*ance, n. [L. tolerantia: cf. F. tol[ e]rance.] 1. The power or capacity of enduring; the act of enduring; endurance. [1913 Webster] Diogenes, one frosty morning, came into the market place, shaking, to show his tolerance. Bacon.… …

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  • 92low-zone tolerance — Tolerance Tol er*ance, n. [L. tolerantia: cf. F. tol[ e]rance.] 1. The power or capacity of enduring; the act of enduring; endurance. [1913 Webster] Diogenes, one frosty morning, came into the market place, shaking, to show his tolerance. Bacon.… …

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  • 93Sherardizing — Vapor galvanizing Va por gal va*niz ing (Metal.) A process for coating metal (usually iron or steel) surfaces with zinc by exposing them to the vapor of zinc instead of, as in ordinary galvanizing, to molten zinc; called also {Sherardizing}.… …

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  • 94Tolerance — Tol er*ance, n. [L. tolerantia: cf. F. tol[ e]rance.] 1. The power or capacity of enduring; the act of enduring; endurance. [1913 Webster] Diogenes, one frosty morning, came into the market place, shaking, to show his tolerance. Bacon. [1913… …

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  • 95Tolerance of the mint — Tolerance Tol er*ance, n. [L. tolerantia: cf. F. tol[ e]rance.] 1. The power or capacity of enduring; the act of enduring; endurance. [1913 Webster] Diogenes, one frosty morning, came into the market place, shaking, to show his tolerance. Bacon.… …

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  • 96Vapor galvanizing — Va por gal va*niz ing (Metal.) A process for coating metal (usually iron or steel) surfaces with zinc by exposing them to the vapor of zinc instead of, as in ordinary galvanizing, to molten zinc; called also {Sherardizing}. Vapor galvanizing is… …

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  • 97Albinism — Albino redirects here. For other uses, see Albino (disambiguation). Albinism Classification and external resources A black child with albinism ICD 10 …

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  • 98History of film — This article is about the history of cinema. For other uses, see History of photography. Years in film 1870s 1880s 1890s …

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  • 99Galen — Claude Galien . Lithograph by Pierre Roche Vigneron. (Paris: Lith de Gregoire et Deneux, ca. 1865) Aelius Galenus or Claudius Galenus (September AD 129 – 199/217; Greek: Γαληνός, Galēnos, from adjective γαληνός , calm [1]), better known as Galen… …

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  • 100Homeopathy — Homeopathy: coined in German from Greek hómoios ὅμοιος like + páthos πάθος suffering Oxford English Dictionary …

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