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  1. Of light must be finite. " He also provided a wrong explanation of the rainbow, phenomenon , Carl Benjamin Boyer described Avicenna's (" In Sing" ) theory on the
  2. M. Grimaldi on interference. This allowed him to conclusively account for the, phenomenon ,of interference in accordance with the wave theory. With François Aragon he
  3. From most values in the sample space. There are applications of this, phenomenon ,in fields such as economics. For example, since the 1980s in the United States
  4. With Arabia united under the central authority of the Caliph at Medina. This, phenomenon ,was later regarded as primarily a religious movement by Arabic historians.
  5. An illusion of movement. The effect is an optical illusion of motion due to the, phenomenon ,of persistence of vision, and can be created and demonstrated in several ways.
  6. Don and lower Volga contained females dressed for battle as if they were men,a, phenomenon ,that probably inspired the Greek tales about the Amazons. " Up to 25 % of
  7. The Jewish Messiahs" ). It is highly probable that the AVI messianic, phenomenon ,was noted by the Catholic Church as a possible threat to Jesus, their
  8. Magnetic field, spectral lines become split into three or more components; a, phenomenon ,called the German effect. This is caused by the interaction of the magnetic
  9. To the effect of inflation (rising prices) and does not address the" true ", phenomenon ,of inflation, which they believe simply involves an increase in the money
  10. His attempted scientific explanation of pederasty as a personal advocacy of a, phenomenon ,Schopenhauer otherwise describes, in terms of spiritual ethics, as an "
  11. Anarcho-syndicalism, with individualist anarchism being primarily a literary, phenomenon ,which nevertheless did have an impact on the bigger currents and individualists
  12. Ways. Perceptions of such objects remain stable for a time, then may flip,a, phenomenon ,called multistable perception. The opposite of such ambiguous images are
  13. These incidents have some connection with the former Soviet Ground Forces ', phenomenon ,of dedovshchina (institutionalized bullying). In a report released in
  14. Explanation, the Moon illusion gradually came to be accepted as a psychological, phenomenon , with the refraction theory being rejected in the 17th century. Although
  15. And shifting of spectral lines by modifying the electron energy levels,a, phenomenon ,called the Stark effect. If a bound electron is in an excited state, an
  16. For holism leads most anthropologists to study a particular place, problem or, phenomenon ,in detail, using a variety of methods, over a more extensive period than normal
  17. Departed from Kant in his description of the relationship between the, phenomenon ,and the Simenon. According to Kant, things-in-themselves ground the phenomenal
  18. Of a Magister Temple in the AWAY as he conceived it, namely interpreting every, phenomenon ,as a particular dealing of" God" with his soul. He began to see various women
  19. Ceremonial. This school is known as Alexandrines. Alexander's band, an optical, phenomenon , is named after him. Modern editions Several of Alexander's works were
  20. Ionized, particularly if one of its inner shell electrons has been removed,a, phenomenon ,known as the Auger effect may take place where the quantity of energy is
  21. The act of" ). Early examples of attempts to capture the, phenomenon ,of motion drawing can be found in paleolithic cave paintings, where animals are
  22. Complex in the world due to its mountains and causes a temperature inversion, phenomenon ,which, along with the failure of the Greek Government to control industrial
  23. The model and its implications, among them the Bose–Einstein condensate, phenomenon ,that some particulates should appear at very low temperatures. It was not until
  24. For the metal's low density and for its ability to resist corrosion due to the, phenomenon ,of passivation. Structural components made from aluminum and its alloys are
  25. Apple evangelists were actively engaged by the company, but this was after the, phenomenon ,was already firmly established. Apple evangelist Guy Kawasaki has called the
  26. Ostwald noted that the allotropy of elements is just a special case of the, phenomenon ,of polymorphism known for compounds, and proposed that the terms allotrope and
  27. The Equivalence principle. In the same article, Einstein also predicted the, phenomenon ,of gravitational time dilation. In 1911,Einstein published another article
  28. Subject to check. But people today use the term ` inflation' to refer to the, phenomenon ,that is an inevitable consequence of inflation, that is the tendency of all
  29. Countries. Benny Morris writes that one symbol of Jewish degradation was the, phenomenon ,of stone-throwing at Jews by Muslim children. Morris quotes a 19th century
  30. The reason is that Tchaikovsky saw film as an art as only a relatively recent, phenomenon , with the early film-making forming only a prelude. The list has also no films
  31. Success. Chuck Taylor of Billboard magazine praised the album as" a cultural, phenomenon ,that bursts past the traditional boundaries of contemporary music. " The single
  32. American poet of his generation, as much a social force as a literary, phenomenon , " McClatchy added that Ginsberg, like Whitman," was a bard in the old manner
  33. With many literature and philosophy departments dismissing her as a pop culture, phenomenon ,rather than a subject for serious study. Academics with an interest in Rand
  34. Had been made of it for similar purposes ". Its rise in Europe was" a sudden, phenomenon ,", after natural deposits were found" in France at Osborn (Bas-Rhin),the
  35. Is marked by the discovery of spectral lines and attempts to describe the, phenomenon , most notably by Joseph von Fraunhofer. The study of these lines led to the
  36. In health care during and after abortion have been proposed to address this, phenomenon , History Induced abortion has long history, and can be traced back to
  37. Popular methods are used to analyze sound and better understand the acoustic, phenomenon , The entire spectrum can be divided into three sections: audio, ultrasonic,and
  38. Device for viewing surfaces at the atomic level. It uses the quantum tunneling, phenomenon , which allows particles to pass through a barrier that would normally be
  39. A reassertion of that church's rights. As such it was a distinctly national, phenomenon , The Church of Scotland separated from the Roman Catholic Church with the
  40. Though these are apparent to native English speakers. However, the allophone, phenomenon ,becomes obvious when speakers switch languages. When non-native speakers speak
  41. And hard-to-demonstrate hypotheses. However, they illustrate the beginning of a, phenomenon ,sometimes called the" Greek miracle ": men try to explain the nature of the
  42. And even conservative, citing as essentially bourgeois and anti-worker the, phenomenon ,of professional union officials. Latest warned that the syndicalists aims
  43. With the lowest (or fundamental) mode of the wave. As with s orbitals, this, phenomenon , provides p, d,f, and g orbitals at the next higher possible value of n (for
  44. Rise in prices and wages. There is no longer any word available to signify the, phenomenon ,that has been, up to now, called inflation.... As you cannot talk about
  45. Situation of Arabic in modern times provides a prime example of the linguistic, phenomenon ,of diglossia, which is the normal use of two separate varieties of the same
  46. Renews itself, for it is both an evolutionary necessity and a spiritual, phenomenon , Life and love are rooted in this same principle, in a personal spiritual
  47. On June 13, 1938. Cellular senescence Carrel was also interested in the, phenomenon ,of senescence, or aging. He claimed incorrectly that all cells continued to
  48. Rare in the fossil record compared with adults. It has been suggested that this, phenomenon ,is a consequence of life history, rather than bias, and that fossils of
  49. Consciousness dates to the latter 19th century and is part of the larger, phenomenon ,of rise of nationalism under the Ottoman Empire. A short-lived monarchy (
  50. The emergence of resistance of bacteria to antibacterial drugs is a common, phenomenon , Emergence of resistance often reflects evolutionary processes that take place

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