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  • 81shock —  to spunge ; to shock a dinner, to spunge a dinner. Norf …

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  • 82shock — Condition associated with circulatory collapse a result either of blood loss, bacteraemia, an anaphylactic reaction, or emotional stress …

    Dictionary of molecular biology

  • 83SHOCK — Sacred Heart Organization Of Catholic Kids (Community » Religion) *** Share Honor Obey Care Keep (Community » Religion) …

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  • 84shock — ingl. Súbita depresión física y psíquica producida por una conmoción// conmoción provocada por acción de una medicina …

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  • 85shock — Véase choque. Puede decirse también conmoción …

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  • 86shock — sustantivo masculino (anglic.) choque, conmoción, trauma. * * * Sinónimos: ■ conmoción, emoción, sacudida, sobresalto …

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  • 87shock — ʃɑk /ʃɒk n. jolt, collision; sudden disturbance of the emotions; state of circulatory failure caused by serious injury (Medicine); physiological reaction caused by an electrical current passing through the body; bundle of grain or corn; mass… …

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  • 88shock — hocks …

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  • 89shock — I. n. 1. Concussion, collision, shog, clash, impact, percussion. 2. Brunt, onset, assault, hostile encounter, conflict. 3. Blow, stroke, agitation, offence. 4. Stook, hattock. II. v. a. 1. Shake, strike against, come into collision with, collide …

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  • 90shock·er — /ˈʃɑːkɚ/ noun, pl ers [count] informal : something that shocks people The ending of the movie is a real shocker. Their divorce was a shocker …

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  • 91Shock and awe — Shock and awe, technically known as rapid dominance, is a military doctrine based on the use of overwhelming power, dominant battlefield awareness, dominant maneuvers, and spectacular displays of force to paralyze an adversary s perception of the …

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  • 92Shock Value II — Альбом Тимбалэнда …

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  • 93Shock rock — is a wide umbrella term for artists who combine rock music with elements of theatrical shock value in live performances. Shock rock first appeared as a loose genre term during the early 1970s, referring to glam rock era musicians. The genre s… …

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  • 94Shock Value (Timbaland album) — Shock Value Studio album by Timbaland Released April 3, 2007 (see rele …

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  • 95Shock jock — is a slang term used to describe a type of radio broadcaster (sometimes a disc jockey) who attracts attention using humor that a significant portion of the listening audience may find offensive. The term is usually used pejoratively to describe… …

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  • 96Shock value — is the potential of an image, text or other form of communication to provoke a reaction of disgust, shock, anger, fear, or similar negative emotion.hock value as humorThere are many extremely lewd jokes circulating that use shock value as humor.… …

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  • 97Shock Pulse Method — Shock Pulse Method, also know as SPM, is a patented technique for using signals from rotating rolling bearings as the basis for efficient condition monitoring of machines. From the innovation of the method in 1969 it has now been further… …

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  • 98Shock art — is art that utilizes disturbing imagery, sound or scents to create a shocking experience. While the art form s proponents argue that it is imbedded with social commentary and critics dismiss it as cultural pollution , it is an increasingly… …

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  • 99Shock de Tulsa — (Tulsa Shock) …

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  • 100Shock therapy — or shock treatment may refer to: A form of aversion therapy in which an electric shock is used as a negative stimulus Electroconvulsive therapy, or electroshock, a psychiatric treatment in which seizures are electrically induced in anaesthetized… …

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