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  • ...rly in the [[Bell Telephone]] companies, and the aggressive defense of the Bell patents resulted in much confusion. Additionally, the earliest investigator ...-break telephone transmitter and receiver but does not construct a working instrument.
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  • ...ellschaft/0,1518,501994,00.html&sa=X&oi=translate&resnum=1&ct=result&prev=/search%3Fq%3DGerhard%2BRichter%2Bdigitalisiert%2BK%25C3%25B6lner%2BDom%26hl%3Den G ...anopies upon which 12 [[angel]]s stand, each holding a different [[musical instrument]].
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  • ...lies are agile and active swimmers based on their ability to contract the "bell" and forcefully expel water through a constricted opening at its base. Box, free-swimming forms called ''medusae'' (singular medusa; the body in a bell-shaped form). In reality, there is considerable variability among the four
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  • |Instrument = |Notable_instruments = Orchestra<br/>Wind instruments<br/>
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  • | Instrument = [[Banjo]], [[guitar]], [[recorder (musical instrument)|recorder]], [[tin whistle]], [[mandolin]], [[piano]], [[ukulele]] ...]], [[Woody Guthrie]], [[Arlo Guthrie]], [[Tao Rodríguez-Seeger]], [[Lead Belly]]
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  • ...el's ''Con Voce'' (with voice), where a masked trio silently mimes playing instruments. In this example sound, a common element, is excluded, while gesture, a le ...c)|pulse is sometimes taken as a universal, yet there exist solo vocal and instrumental genres with free, improvisational rhythms with no regular pulse.<ref>Juli
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  • ...s of man. He experimented with pitch and rhythm to produce chamber, single instrumental, and orchestral works which were living testimonies of a composer who alw ...ense of wonder of that which is created, meditation on the mystery and the search for Truth. This wonderful freedom is like a foretaste of the freedom of Hea
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  • ...asio]], [[Sharp Corporation|Sharp]], [[Hewlett-Packard]] (HP), and [[Texas Instruments]] (TI). Such calculators are good examples of [[embedded system]]s. ... the [[List of Google products#calculator|calculator feature of the Google search engine]] can perform calculations [[server-side]].
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  • ...u need statistics? Revisiting Kinsey's methodology" ''The Journal of Sex Research'' 35 (2) (May 1998): 132-140, ISSN 0022-4499.</ref> More modern and precise research by [[Edward O. Laumann]], reported in ''Sex in America: A definitive survey
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  • ...[[Singing|Vocals]], [[guitar]], [[bass guitar]], [[harmonica]], [[keyboard instrument|keyboards]] It All Back Home]],'' featured his first recordings made with electric instruments. Its first single, "[[Subterranean Homesick Blues]]," owed much to [[Chuck
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  • ..., tall vases called ''dam xoe'' with slender necks, large mid-sections and bell-shaped bases and terracotta house models (''tu dai dong duong,'' "dwelling ...Le Chinh Hoa (1680-1705), by a monk who happened on the site on his way to search for enlightenment. Other shrines and temples were later built in the area.<
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  • ...tid/50686?&print=yes Gauss's Day of Reckoning], Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society. Retrieved March 31, 2008.</ref> ==Astronomical researches==
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  • ...a of the Archbishop of Salzburg, and a prolific and successful composer of instrumental music. Leopold gave up composing when his son's outstanding musical talen ...ed to Salzburg, Mozart, who was then Konzertmeister, became increasingly rebellious, not wanting to follow the whims of the archbishop relating to musical
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  • ...even miles northeast of Pella, Iowa.<ref>Gary L. Roberts, "Wyatt Earp: The Search for Order on the Last Frontier," in ''With Bullets & Badges: Lawmen & Outla ...r researchers have suggested that Lake's account of Earp's early life is embellished, since there is little corroborating evidence for many of its stories.
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  • ...mmond B3]], and the [[electric guitar]], whereas examples of an electronic instrument are a [[Theremin]], [[synthesizer]], and a [[computer]]. ...[Léon Theremin|Leon Theremin]] around 1919-1920. Another early electronic instrument was the [[Ondes Martenot]], which was used in the ''[[Turangalîla-Symphoni
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  • [[Image:CNAM-IMG 0564.jpg|thumb|250px|A replica of [[Alexander Graham Bell]]'s original phone at the Musée des Arts et Métiers in Paris]] ...tion engineers'''. Early inventors in the field include [[Alexander Graham Bell]], [[Guglielmo Marconi]], and [[John Logie Baird]]. Telecommunication is an
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  • A 2400-bit/s system similar in concept to the 1200-bit/s Bell 212 signaling was introduced in the U.S., and a slightly different, and inc ...chipset, while not terribly reliable, became extremely common, but [[Texas Instruments]] and [[Paradyne|AT&T Paradyne]] quickly responded with similar chipsets o
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  • ... and can therefore be credited with the creation of the first industrial research laboratory. Edison was a talented inventor whose creativity improved the qu ...837, Samuel Edison was a rebel in the [[Upper Canada Rebellion|MacKenzie Rebellion]] that sought land reform and autonomy from Great Britain. The revolt fa
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  • music can also extend beyond the traditional author, title, and subject search. For example, [ ''Historic Sheet Mus [[Image:CordierColor.jpg|thumb|240px|left|Score of Baude Cordier's chanson "Belle, bonne, sage," from The Chantilly Manuscript, Musée Condé 564. The manus
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