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  • [[Image:Mummy 501594 fh000031.jpg|thumb|375px|A mummy in the [[British Museum]]]]"; this is also related to another Persian word, ''mūm,'' which means "wax."
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  • ...e private libraries of certain individuals may also act as the basis for a museum. For example, [[Alfred Nobel]]’s collection of 1500 volumes of published ...4); most texts were taken to England and can now be found in the [[British Museum]].
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  • ...nglish Calendar: Science, Religion and Empire] ''Institute of Historical Research'' 2005-09-06 access 26 October 2006</ref><ref>György E. Szönyi, "John Dee ...tical work that brought together particular strands of the philosopher's research interests. Particularly, it presented a theory unifying alchemy, Pythagorea
    34 KB (5,289 words) - 19:39, 15 May 2018
  • ...keeper''' (or apiarist) may keep bees in order to collect [[honey]], [[beeswax]], or other products, or for the purpose of [[pollination|pollinating]] [[a ...ed by bees from [[flower]]s is sold as a protein supplement. Propolis is a wax-like resinous substance collected by honeybees from tree buds or other bota
    16 KB (2,463 words) - 22:03, 10 October 2018
  • ...ia and the Pacific and Indian Oceans.<ref>Jared M. Diamond, ['s_gift_to_the_world Taiwan ... Corcuff (ed.), ''Memories of the future: national identity issues and the search for a new Taiwan'' (Routledge, 2002, ISBN 0765607913).</ref> Several subseq
    102 KB (14,347 words) - 19:59, 4 September 2019
  • ... and can therefore be credited with the creation of the first industrial research laboratory. Edison was a talented inventor whose creativity improved the qu that one could listen only once. In the 1880s, a redesigned model using wax-coated cardboard cylinders was produced by [[Alexander Graham Bell]], Chich
    27 KB (4,243 words) - 20:02, 12 September 2013
  • ... he was lionized for his film direction and his theories, but his star has waxed and waned over the years, and the merit of his films and the value of his ...d to shock the audience into new recognitions. Eisenstein performed long research into this area, and developed what he called [[Intellectual montage]]. His
    36 KB (5,677 words) - 20:03, 15 September 2013
  • ...t|thumb|250px|An Italian Futurist sculpture by [[Umberto Boccioni]] at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City (MoMA).]] ...ettes that are made of ephemeral materials such as [[plaster of Paris]], [[wax]], [[clay]] and even [[plasticine]]. Henry Moore's enormous pieces usually
    27 KB (4,151 words) - 14:46, 25 August 2015
  • ...s a creative and active person. As a middle aged widow near fifty, she was searching to find new purpose when she met [[Robert Baden-Powell|Sir Robert Baden- ...he wasn't complacent, though. Even before the loss of her husband, she was searching for something meaningful to do with her life. It was in 1911 that Juliet
    10 KB (1,594 words) - 18:48, 14 June 2018
  • ...ase of the [[Siren Painter]], ca. [[480 B.C.E.|480]]-470 B.C.E., [[British Museum]]]] ...,280&field=adlerhw_gr&db=REAL "Suda On-line"] (2002). Retrieved May
    10 KB (1,575 words) - 16:16, 22 September 2015
  • ...s sold the rights to ''In the Land of the Head-Hunters'' to the [[American Museum of Natural History]]. He was paid $1,500 for the master print and the origi ...age was 84. Mr. Curtis devoted his life to compiling Indian history. His research was done under the patronage of the late financier, [[J. Pierpont Morgan]].
    30 KB (4,554 words) - 20:20, 22 September 2017
  • ...ter; they can survive for more than one year without eating and a slick of wax seals in water (Angier 1990). ...promenade à deux." In reality, this is the male leading the female around searching for a suitable place to deposit his [[spermatophore]]. The courtship rit
    32 KB (4,440 words) - 16:04, 9 October 2008
  • ...ural [[organic compound|organic]] polymers for centuries, in the form of [[wax]]es and shellacs. A plant polymer named "[[cellulose]]" provides the struct ...e to tie up long tresses of hair became fashionable and are now jewel-like museum pieces. Such pretty trinkets were no longer only for the rich.
    34 KB (5,274 words) - 21:17, 29 March 2019
  • ... a year of searching, and the discovery was announced only after further research, on November 3, 2005. Gąssowski said he was "almost 100 percent sure it is ... between science and religion&mdash;continues in some form, with sometimes waxing and sometimes waning intensity, to this day. An important result of the
    34 KB (5,206 words) - 17:25, 3 December 2018
  • ...rning needles, a few bicycle light lenses, a used tea chest, and [[sealing wax]] and glue that he purchased.<ref name=AMH/> In February 1924, he demonstra ...amily left London for the safety of [[Cornwall]], where he continued his research on television at his own expense.<ref name=final>Malcolm Baird, [http://www
    27 KB (3,908 words) - 20:01, 18 May 2018
  • ...lly dominant, and in their turn Walloon families have moved to Flanders in search of jobs. ...y [[Pieter Brueghel the Elder]], <br />in [[Vienna]]'s [[Kunsthistorisches Museum]].]]
    77 KB (11,049 words) - 16:04, 26 August 2019
  • ...turns and Serial Mesopotamian Fragmentation," ''Journal of World Systems Research'' X (Fall 2004): 613-652. ISSN 1076-156X [ ...d associations with different cities, and their religious importance often waxed and waned with the political power of the associated cities. The gods wer
    37 KB (5,643 words) - 16:15, 27 October 2015

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