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  • 61 ER2 electric trainset — ER2 ELECTRIC TRAINSETSince 1962 Railroad Machinery Plants of Riga and Kalinin started to release ER2 electric trainsets instead of ER1. ER2 cars have footboards for low platforms, and aprons for high platforms (installed in train yards.) The… …

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  • 62 performing arts — arts or skills that require public performance, as acting, singing, or dancing. [1945 50] * * * ▪ 2009 Introduction Music Classical.       The last vestiges of the Cold War seemed to thaw for a moment on Feb. 26, 2008, when the unfamiliar strains …

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  • 63 furious — furious, frantic, frenzied, wild, frenetic, delirious, rabid are comparable when they mean possessed with uncontrollable excitement especially under the stress of a powerful emotion. Furious implies strong excitement or violence that… …

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  • 64 Charles Darwin's illness — For much of his adult life Charles Darwin s illness repeatedly affected him with an uncommon combination of symptoms, leaving him severely debilitated for long periods of time, incapable of normal life and intellectual production, staying in bed… …

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  • 65 Motives for spying — There are many suggested motives for spying that an individual may have. In general, espionage carries heavy penalties, with spies often being regarded as traitors, and so motivating factors must usually be quite large. There have been various… …

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  • 66 List of The Jeffersons episodes — This is a list of episodes of The Jeffersons, a CBS situation comedy from 1975 1985. Contents 1 Season 1: 1975 2 Season 2: 1975 1976 3 Season 3: 1976 1977 4 Season 4 …

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  • 67 dance — dancingly, adv. /dans, dahns/, v., danced, dancing, n. v.i. 1. to move one s feet or body, or both, rhythmically in a pattern of steps, esp. to the accompaniment of music. 2. to leap, skip, etc., as from excitement or emotion; move nimbly or… …

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  • 68 Charles Darwin's health — Charles Darwin (1809 1882) For much of his adult life, Charles Darwin s health was repeatedly compromised by an uncommon combination of symptoms, leaving him severely debilitated for long periods of time. However, in some ways this may have… …

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  • 69 thrill — thrill1 [θrıl] n 1.) a sudden strong feeling of excitement and pleasure, or the thing that makes you feel this ▪ Winning first place must have been quite a thrill. the thrill of (doing) sth (=the excitement you get from something) ▪ the thrill of …

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  • 70 commotion — commotion, agitation, tumult, turmoil, turbulence, confusion, convulsion, upheaval are comparable when they designate great physical, mental, or emotional excitement. All carry this general meaning yet have applications which fit them for… …

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  • 71 thrill — [thril] vt. [ME thrillen, by metathesis < thyrlen < OE thyr(e)lian, to pierce < thyrel, perforation, hole < base of thurh,THROUGH] 1. to cause sharply exhilarating excitement in; make shiver or tingle with excitement 2. to produce… …

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  • 72 Rockabilly — Infobox Music genre name=Rockabilly bgcolor=#BB0022 color=white stylistic origins= Boogie woogie, Western Swing, Rhythm and blues, Country music cultural origins=Early Mid 1950s United States instruments=Guitar Double bass Drums Piano… …

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  • 73 Gestalt therapy — is an existential and experiential psychotherapy that focuses on the individual s experience in the present moment, the therapist client relationship, the environmental and social contexts in which these things take place, and the self regulating …

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  • 74 Carlile Pollock Patterson — (1816, Shieldsboro (now named Bay St. Louis), Mississippi – 1881) (his first name is sometimes spelled Carlisle, with an s) was an American civil engineer, superintendent of the United States Coast Survey. The Patterson Glacier, and the Patterson …

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  • 75 motion picture — motion picture, adj. 1. a sequence of consecutive pictures of objects photographed in motion by a specially designed camera (motion picture camera) and thrown on a screen by a projector (motion picture projector) in such rapid succession as to… …

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  • 76 United Kingdom — a kingdom in NW Europe, consisting of Great Britain and Northern Ireland: formerly comprising Great Britain and Ireland 1801 1922. 58,610,182; 94,242 sq. mi. (244,100 sq. km). Cap.: London. Abbr.: U.K. Official name, United Kingdom of Great… …

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  • 77 mental disorder — Any illness with a psychological origin, manifested either in symptoms of emotional distress or in abnormal behaviour. Most mental disorders can be broadly classified as either psychoses or neuroses (see neurosis; psychosis). Psychoses (e.g.,… …

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  • 78 Health and Disease — ▪ 2009 Introduction Food and Drug Safety.       In 2008 the contamination of infant formula and related dairy products with melamine in China led to widespread health problems in children, including urinary problems and possible renal tube… …

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  • 79 heat — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) I n. high temperature (see heat); passion, rage, vehemence; rut, mating period. See sex, excitement. Ant., cold. II Quality of warmth Nouns 1. heat, caloric; warmth, ardor, fervor, fervency; incalescence …

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  • 80 excite — 01. The children were so [excited] the night before Christmas that they had trouble falling asleep. 02. Professional soccer has failed to generate much [excitement] in this country. 03. Hee Joo is really [excited] about studying English in… …

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