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  • ...ocument duplication later, when he began to make progress with the basic principles of [[electrophotography]]. ...erials under certain conditions. The basics of the process are simple in principle. When light and shadow strike an electrically charged plate of a certai
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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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  • ...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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  • ...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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  • ...-founder and CEO, <br/> [[Pixar]] <br/> Founder and CEO, <br/> [[NeXT|NeXT Inc.]] | boards = [[The Walt Disney Company]] <br/> [[Apple Inc.]]
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  • [[Category:Industry and business]] ...tion of the Internet. A wide variety of commerce is conducted in this way, including things such as [[electronic funds transfer]], [[supply chain manageme
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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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  • ...e popularity of diamonds has risen since the nineteenth century because of increased supply, improved cutting and polishing techniques, growth in the worl ...5).</ref> The rate at which [[geothermal gradient|temperature changes with increasing depth]] into the Earth varies greatly in different parts of the Eart
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  • ...nly to tethered balloons. In this second technical sense, airships are distinct from ''aerostats''. This airship/aerostat confusion is often exacerbated b ...han-air (airplane or helicopter) and lighter than air technology. Examples include helicopter/airship hybrids intended for heavy lift applications and dyn
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  • ===Marriage and early business career=== ... Democrat. Truman worked for years to pay off the debts. He and his former business partner, Eddie Jacobson, were accepted together at Washington College in 19
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  • ...'Tiananmen Square Massacre''' (referred to in Chinese as ''the June Fourth Incident,'' to avoid confusion with two other [[Tiananmen Square protests]]) we ...jing]], but large-scale protests also occurred in cities throughout China, including [[Shanghai]], which stayed peaceful throughout the protests.
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  • |Former=Province of South Carolina |MedianHouseholdIncome=$39,326
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  • | death_place = [[Princeton, New Jersey|Princeton]], [[New Jersey]], [[United States|U.S.]] ...hich laid the foundation for the [[photon]] theory), a theory of radiation including [[stimulated emission]], the conception of a [[classical unified fiel
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  • ...d as falling in one or more categories. Cybercrime takes a number of forms including [[identity theft]], internet [[fraud]], violation of [[copyright]] la ...r network is an essential part of the [[crime]], this term is also used to include traditional crimes in which computers or networks are used to enable th
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  • | products = [[Worldcat]], NetLibrary, FirstSearch, [[Dewey Decimal Classification]], [[VDX (library software)|VDX]], WebJunct | operating_income =
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  • |term_end = February 24, 2008 <br>(Medical leave since July 31, 2006) |term_end3 = February 24, 2008 (Medical leave since July 31, 2006)
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  • ...and, Ohio|Cleveland]], [[Ohio]], and sold to [[DC Comics|Detective Comics, Inc.]] in 1938, the character first appeared in ''[[Action Comics]]'' #1 (June ...''S''' on his chest, and a cape, make him as colorful as we can and as distinctive as we can."<ref name="TCS18">Daniels, 1998, 18.</ref> The design was ba
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  • ...ea, with North Korea re-opened to the world, is widely regarded to be the linchpin in the creation of a stable and prosperous Northeast Asian community an ...[Chinese People's Volunteers]] signed the Korean War Armistice Agreement. Since that time the [[Korean Demilitarized Zone]] (DMZ) has separated the North
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  • ...suit of the patterns he found in nature continued throughout his life. His search for nature's coordinate system, and mankind's role in the universe began wh ...ne world family, and claimed that every human being could comprehend the principles of the Universe, (through general systems analysis), and continue the
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  • In the internationally publicized legal proceedings that followed, eight [[anarchism|anarchists] ...6 </ref> [[Albert Parsons]], an [[Anarchism|anarchist]] and founder of the International Working People's Association (IWPA), together with his wife [[Lucy Parsons|
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