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  • ...T obit">John Markoff, [http://archive.is/Rvm0 Steven P. Jobs, 1955–2011: Apple's Visionary Redefined Digital Age] ''The New York Times'', October 5, 2011. ...-founder and CEO, <br/> [[Pixar]] <br/> Founder and CEO, <br/> [[NeXT|NeXT Inc.]]
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  • industry = Computer software<br/>Publishing<br/>Research and development<br/>Computer hardware<br/>Video games<br/>| services = Azure, [[Bing (search engine)|Bing]], LinkedIn, MSDN, Office 365, OneDrive, Outlook.com, TechNet,
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  • ....x=37&pr1.y=7&c=528&s=NGDPD%2CPPPGDP%2CNGDPDPC%2CPPPPC&grp=0&a= Taiwan Province of China] ''International Monetary Fund''. Retrieved August 21, 2019. </re ... disposable income by quintile groups of income recipients and measures of income distribution] Retrieved August 21, 2019.</ref>
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  • | incumbent2= [[Bill Clinton]] (D) ...Academy Award - winning]] documentary on the topic of global warming, ''An Inconvenient Truth.'' In 2007, Gore helped to organize the July 7 [[benefit con
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  • |alma_mater = [[Massachusetts Institute of Technology]]<br/>[[Princeton University]] ...[[Putnam Fellow]]. While there, Feynman took every physics course offered, including a graduate course on [[theoretical physics]] while only in his second
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  • ...une 15, 2008.</ref> The IA makes the collections available at no cost to researchers, historians, and scholars. It is a member of the [[American Library Asso ...historians]], and [[scholars]]. The Archive collaborates with institutions including the [[Library of Congress]] and the [[Smithsonian Institution|Smithso
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  • ... = Varies by region but includes [[trick-or-treating]], [[ghost]] tours, [[apple bobbing]], [[costume party|costume parties]], carving [[jack-o'-lantern]]s ...ted with [[symbol]]s such as the [[jack-o'-lantern]]. Halloween activities include [[trick-or-treating]], [[ghost|ghost tours]], [[bonfire]]s, [[Costume p
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  • ...ynamic viscosity''' is viscosity coefficient that determines dynamics of [[incompressible]] [[Newtonian fluid]]; ... viscosity of 1.0020 cP (at 20 °C; the closeness to one is a convenient coincidence).
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  • ...ty Fact Sheet 2006-2007] - ''New York University Office of Institutional Research and Program Evaluation''. Retrieved October 23, 2007.</ref> ... a [[private university|private]], [[nonsectarian]], [[coeducation]]al [[research]] [[university]] in [[New York City]]. NYU's main campus is situated in the
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  • ...illimeters. They are members of the [[fullerene]] structural family, which includes the spherical [[Buckyball#Buckminsterfullerene|buckyballs]]. The ends ...f multiple essentially continuous layers of ordered carbon atoms and a distinct inner core…."<ref>Howard G. Tennent, 1984. [http://v3.espacenet.com/publ
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  • ... was founded by [[Theo van Doesburg]]. Next to Van Doesburg, the group's principal members were the painters Mondrian and [[Bart van der Leck]], and the a ... illustrate the influence that various artistic movements had on Mondrian, including [[pointillism]] and the vivid colors of [[fauvism]].
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  • ... and other historic computing devices. Such displays and collections which include information about inventors and their inventions help visitors to under ... more rare computers such as the [[Osborne 1]]. Some concentrate more on research and conservation, while others focus more on education and entertainment.
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  • ...]] and [[proleptic Julian calendar|Julian calendar]]s, but [[astronomer]]s include it in these same calendars. However, the phrase [[Year Zero (political ...to refer to zero or ''void.''<ref>Kim Plofker, ''Mathematics in India'' (Princeton University Press, 2009, ISBN 978-0691120676).</ref>
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  • |MedianHouseholdIncome = $52,104 |IncomeRank = 20th
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  • ... of transpersonal psychiatry and psychology.'' (New York, NY: Basic Books, Inc., 1996), 261-262.</ref> Kundalini Yoga has many points in common with Chine ...sidered mere stretching exercises or gymnastic exercises. Many techniques include the following features: cross-legged positions, the positioning of the
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  • ...BN 0521559855), 120: "However, some linguists do not recognize a sharp distinction between acronyms and initialisms, but use the former term for both."</r ... ''[[radar]]'' ({{IPA|[ˈreɪdɑr]}}), while examples of initialisms would include ''[[FBI]]'' ({{IPA|[ˌɛfˌbiːˈaɪ]}}) and ''[[HTML]]'' ({{IPA|[ˈeɪ
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  • '''Botulinum toxin''' is any of several distinct types of a [[neurotoxin]] [[protein]] produced by the [[bacterium]] ''[[Cl There are seven serologically distinct toxin types, designated A through G. Three subtypes of A have been describ
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  • ... and [[Bill and Cora Baird]].<ref>Eleanor Blau, [http://select.nytimes.com/search/restricted/article?res=F30614FE3D5F0C748DDDAC0894D8494D81 Jim Henson, Puppe ...nds'' were already recognizable [[The Muppets|Muppets]], and the show even included a primitive version of what would become Henson's most famous characte
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  • ... 31st state but the first on the Pacific coast. California developed a distinctive ethos that especially affirms personal freedom and is always ready to e ... the Swiss army, rising to the rank of captain in the [[artillery]]. Debts incurred in business dealings, however, compelled Suter to leave [[Europe]] for
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  • ...'s [[evergreen]] mountain [[forest]]s, [[waterfall]]s, pristine [[lake]]s, including [[Crater Lake National Park]], and scenic beaches draw visitors year ...parts of the eastern half of the state. The eastern part of the state also includes semi-arid [[scrubland]]s, [[prairie]]s, [[desert]]s, and [[meadow]]s.
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