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  • 161 Tent, oxygen — A tent like device used to deliver high levels of oxygen to a patient in a bed. The tent typically covers the whole bed of an infant and the head and upper body of an older child or adult. The oxygen is pumped in from a tank. Oxygen is a… …

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  • 162 Physical Insensibility — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Physical Insensibility >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 insensibility insensibility physical insensibility Sgm: N 1 obtuseness obtuseness &c. >Adj. Sgm: N 1 palsy palsy paralysis paraesthesia anaesthesia Sgm: N 1 sle …

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  • 163 nitrous oxide — /naɪtrəs ˈɒksaɪd/ (say nuytruhs oksuyd) noun a gas, N2O, an oxide of nitrogen, used as an anaesthetic; laughing gas; a greenhouse gas …

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  • 164 nitrous — adj. of, like, or impregnated with nitrogen, esp. in the tervalent state. Phrases and idioms: nitrous acid a weak acid existing only in solution and in the gas phase. Usage: Chem. formula: HNO2 nitrous oxide a colourless gas used as an… …

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  • 165 hyponitrous oxide — Protoxide Pro*tox ide, n. [Proto + oxide: cf. F. protoxide.] (Chem.) That one of a series of oxides having the lowest proportion of oxygen. See {Proto }, 2 (b) . [1913 Webster] {protoxide of nitrogen}, laughing gas, now called {hyponitrous oxide} …

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  • 166 Protoxide — Pro*tox ide, n. [Proto + oxide: cf. F. protoxide.] (Chem.) That one of a series of oxides having the lowest proportion of oxygen. See {Proto }, 2 (b) . [1913 Webster] {protoxide of nitrogen}, laughing gas, now called {hyponitrous oxide}. See… …

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  • 167 protoxide of nitrogen — Protoxide Pro*tox ide, n. [Proto + oxide: cf. F. protoxide.] (Chem.) That one of a series of oxides having the lowest proportion of oxygen. See {Proto }, 2 (b) . [1913 Webster] {protoxide of nitrogen}, laughing gas, now called {hyponitrous oxide} …

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  • 168 Charlie Chaplin — For other people named Charles Chaplin, see Charles Chaplin (disambiguation). Charlie Chaplin …

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  • 169 P. D. Q. Bach — is a fictitious composer invented by musical satirist Professor Peter Schickele. In a gag that Schickele has developed over a five decade long career, he performs discovered works of this forgotten member of the Bach family. Schickele s music… …

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  • 170 TV Nation — Title design by Chris Harvey Format Newsmagazine Starring Michael Moore Rusty Cundieff …

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  • 171 Rabbit test — For the 1978 film directed by Joan Rivers, see Rabbit Test (film). See also: Rabbit Test (Ugly Betty) The rabbit test was an early pregnancy test developed in 1927 by Bernhard Zondek and Selmar Aschheim. The original test actually used mice.[1]… …

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  • 172 Johnny Johnson (musical) — Infobox Musical name= Johnny Johnson subtitle= caption= 1956 Studio Cast Recording music= Kurt Weill lyrics= Paul Green book= Paul Green basis= Jaroslav Hasek s novel The Good Soldier Švejk productions= 1936 Broadway 1971 Broadway revival awards …

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  • 173 List of improvisational theatre companies — Many theatre troupes are devoted to staging improvisational performances.Improv theatre companiesNorth AmericaUnited States* [http://www.relapsecomedy.com Relapse Theatre] (Atlanta, Georgia) * [http://www.ad libs.com Ad Libs Comedy Improv Troupe] …

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  • 174 List of The Naked Brothers Band episodes — The Naked Brothers Band is an American television musical comedy created by Polly Draper. The show depicts the daily lives of Draper s sons, who lead a faux rock band from New York City. As a mockumentary, the storyline is a hyperbole of their… …

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  • 175 Grand Theft Auto: Vice City soundtrack — The soundtrack to the 2002 video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City consists of music played on the various in game radio stations the player can tune into after entering most types of cars and motorcycles, but it has also been released in a box… …

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  • 176 Rebecca West — Portrait of Rebecca West by Madame Yevonde Born Cicely Isabel Fairfield 21 December 1892(1892 12 21) London, England (or county Kerry, Ireland?) …

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  • 177 Blind experiment — A blind or blinded experiment is a scientific experiment where some of the people involved are prevented from knowing certain information that might lead to conscious or subconscious bias on their part, invalidating the results. For example, when …

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  • 178 Nitro — may refer to: Contents 1 Chemistry 2 Entertainment 3 Television 4 …

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  • 179 Last Exit to Springfield — The Simpsons episode Episode no. 76 Prod. code 9F15 Orig. airdate March 11, 1993 Show runner(s) Al Jean Mike Reiss Written by …

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  • 180 Egghead (Batman) — Superherobox caption = Vincent Price as Egghead character name = Egghead publisher = DC Comics debut = creators = alter ego = * full name = species = homeworld = alliances = partners = aliases = supports= powers = Character ProfileEgghead was a… …

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