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  • 101 Hair — For other uses, see Hair (disambiguation). Hairy redirects here. For individuals nicknamed the Hairy , see List of people known as the Hairy. Hair Cross section of a hair Latin unguis …

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  • 102 Food irradiation — The Radura logo, used to show a food has been treated with ionizing radiation. Food irradiation is the process of exposing food to ionizing radiation[1] to destroy microorganisms, bacteria, viruses, or ins …

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  • 103 Infanticide — is the practice of someone intentionally causing the death of an infant. Often it is the mother who commits the act, but criminology recognises various forms of non maternal child murder. In many past societies, certain forms of infanticide were… …

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  • 104 Showdown (poker) — In all poker games, if more than one player remains after the last betting round, remaining players expose and compare their hands to determine the winner or winners. This is called the showdown.To win any part of a pot, a player must show all of …

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  • 105 Photolithography — For earlier uses of photolithography in printing, see Lithography. For the same process applied to metal, see Photochemical machining. Photolithography (or optical lithography ) is a process used in microfabrication to selectively remove parts of …

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  • 106 Plastic — is the general common term for a wide range of synthetic or semisynthetic organic solid materials suitable for the manufacture of industrial products. Plastics are typically polymers of high molecular weight, and may contain other substances to… …

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  • 107 Password — For other uses, see Password (disambiguation). A password is a secret word or string of characters that is used for authentication, to prove identity or gain access to a resource (example: an access code is a type of password). The password… …

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  • 108 Post-structuralism — encompasses the intellectual developments of continental philosophers and critical theorists who wrote with tendencies of twentieth century French philosophy. The prefix post refers to the fact that many contributors, such as Jacques Derrida,… …

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  • 109 Treaty of Brest-Litovsk — Not to be confused with the Treaty of Brest Litovsk (February 9, 1918), a similar treaty involving Ukraine and the Central Powers. Infobox Treaty name = Treaty of Brest Litovsk long name = image width = 300px caption = The first two pages of the… …

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  • 110 Frame rate — Frame rate, or frame frequency, is the measurement of the frequency (rate) at which an imaging device produces unique consecutive images called frames. The term applies equally well to computer graphics, video cameras, film cameras, and motion… …

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  • 111 Striptease — This article is about the type of dance. For other uses, see Striptease (disambiguation). American burlesque dancer Lola Bel Aire performing a traditional striptease. A striptease is an erotic or exotic dance in which the performer gradually… …

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  • 112 Pin (chess) — In chess, a pin is a situation brought on by an attacking piece in which a defending piece cannot move without exposing a more valuable defending piece on its other side to capture by the attacking piece. To pin refers to the action of the… …

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  • 113 Consensual crime — Criminology and Penology Schools Chicago School · Classical School Conflict Criminology Environmental Criminology Feminist School ·&# …

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  • 114 Hoax — A hoax is a deliberate attempt to dupe, deceive or trick an audience into believing, or accepting, that something is real, when in fact it is not; or that something is true, when in fact it is false. In an instance of a hoax, an object, or event …

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  • 115 Camera — For other uses, see Camera (disambiguation). Various cameras A camera is a device that records and stores images. These images may be still photographs or moving images such as videos or movies. The term camera comes from the camera obscura… …

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  • 116 Magic (illusion) — For other varieties of magic, see Magic (disambiguation). Illusionist redirects here. For the artistic tradition, see Illusionism (art). For other uses, see The Illusionist (disambiguation). Magic The Conjurer (painting), 1475 1480, by Hieronymus …

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  • 117 Battle of the Little Bighorn — Coordinates: 45°33′54″N 107°25′44″W / 45.565°N 107.42889°W / 45.565; 107.42889 …

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  • 118 Differences between butterflies and moths — A common classification of the Lepidoptera involves their differentiation into butterflies and moths. Butterflies are a natural monophyletic group, often given the sub order Rhopalocera, which includes Papilionoidea (true butterflies),… …

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  • 119 Avalanche — This article refers to the natural event. For other uses, see Avalanche (disambiguation) An avalanche is an abrupt and rapid flow of snow, often mixed with air and water, down a mountainside. Avalanches are among the biggest dangers in the… …

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  • 120 Discovery Channel — This article is about the TV channel in the United States. For other uses, see Discovery Channel (disambiguation). Discovery Channel …

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