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Men and Women Miners Going to Work, The Borinage 1880 - Vincent Van Gogh

This watercolour drawing was made by Van Gogh while he was in, or soon after he left, the Brussels mining district of the Borinage. It serves as an example of his ability even before he began to draw and paint seriously. ...

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Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Ajdukiewicz, Kazimierz

|| Radical conventionalism is closely related to Ajdukiewicz’s theory of language and meaning. The meanings of expressions in a language generate rules for accepting sentences of L. Ajdukiewicz singles out three kinds of meaning-rules: axiomatic (they require the unconditional acceptance of certain sentences, for example ‘A is A’), deductive (for example, B follows from ‘if A then B’ and...

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Can people of different backgrounds, races and cultures, ever be truly assimilated by others ?

Today, racism is a major problem over the world. We often speak about racism, but today, can people of different backgrounds, races and cultures, ever be truly assimilated by others ? First, we will see that racism is a problem since a few centuries. We will then see that our society is different from before but there is always...

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The 'Busy' Trap résumé

Tim Kreider notices that, in the United States nowadays, everyone complains that they are busy. But people who tell you they are busy aren't those who work all the time but because they choose to be hyperactive. He gives the example of his......

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Blog - informatique.

blog - informatique. 1 PRÉSENTATION blog, ou blogue, site Web composé d'éléments affichés chronologiquement. Un blog peut être constitué de textes, de photos, de vidéos ou encore de fichiers audio auxquels n'importe quel visiteur peut réagir en laissant un commentaire. 2 LES ORIGINES DU BLOG L'apparition soudaine du terme dans le langage quotidien au début des années 2000 pourrait laisser penser que le blog est...

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Constant. Constant, in mathematics, a fixed quantity or one that does not change its value in relation to variables. For example, in the algebraic expression y2 = 5x - 3, the numbers 3 and 5 are constants. In physics, certain quantities are regarded as universal constants, such as the speed of light in a vacuum. Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2009. ©...

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Equivalent (geometry).

Equivalent (geometry). Equivalent (geometry), term used to describe figures that have different shapes but equal areas or different shapes but equal volumes. A circle and a square that both have areas of 15 cm, for example, are equivalent, as are a cylinder and a cube that both have volumes of 27 cm3. Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2009. © 1993-2008 Microsoft Corporation....

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Collinear. Collinear, lying on or passing through a single straight line. The term collinear is often used in reference to points that lie on a single line. The points E and F, for example, are collinear: See also Noncollinear. Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2009. © 1993-2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. ...

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Root (mathematics).

Root (mathematics). Root (mathematics), term used to indicate a number that when repeatedly multiplied by itself results in a second number. For example, 2 is a third root of 8 (written ) because 2 multiplied by itself three times yields 8 (2 × 2 × 2 = 8). Taking the root of a number is therefore the opposite of raising...

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Independent Variable.

Independent Variable. Independent Variable, variable in a mathematical statement whose value, when specified, determines the value of another variable or other variables. In the equation y = 3x + 6, for example, x is the independent variable. Any particular value of x determines a value for y. See also Dependent Variable. Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2009. © 1993-2008 Microsoft Corporation. All...

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Exponent. Exponent, term used in mathematics to indicate the number of times that a quantity is to be multiplied by itself. An exponent is usually written as a small number or letter at the upper right of the base expression, as in x2, which is read x squared and means x times x. Terms containing exponents are also often referred...

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Mode (mathematics).

Mode (mathematics). Mode (mathematics), the number in a given set of numbers that appears most frequently. In the set {3, 4, 6, 7, 10, 10, 13}, for example, the mode of the set is 10. If two or more numbers are tied for most frequent appearances the set has multiple modes. The modes of the set {1, 1, 2, 2,...

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Leaning Tower of Pisa - art.

Leaning Tower of Pisa - art. Started in 1173, the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Pisa, Italy, is an example of Romanesque architecture. The leaning structure is actually the campanile (Italian for "belfry" or "belltower") of the cathedral of Pisa. Steve Vidler/Leo de Wys, Inc. ...

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Urban Barrens - geography.

Urban Barrens - geography. Central Japan Pale blotches on the bays along Japan's Pacific coast stand out against the country's green forests and fields (see East Asia: Earth By Day Map Trek). These barren coastal areas--about the same shade as deserts (see, for example, Central Asia: Earth By Day Map Trek)--are actually cities. The cities' streets, parking lots, and buildings leave little...

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Boundaries - geography.

Boundaries - geography. Irregular Boundaries As modern nation-states evolved in Europe from the 15th to the 19th century, they used steadily improving surveying and mapping techniques to demarcate stable, precise boundaries. These boundaries generally separated preexisting territorial units, such as church parishes or the possessions of aristocratic dynasties. For example, Belgium largely occupies the former territory of the Habsburg dyn......

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TP1 Mes premières pages en HTML HTML à la base Le principe général d'HTML est très simple: le texte (le contenu) est structuré par des balises qui en définissent la structure (le contenant). Avec HTML 5 et CSS 3, on sépare le contenu(HTML) de la mise en forme (CSS) (voir autre TP). HTML est un langage hypertexte. Cela signifie...

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The idea of progress

Introduction : Today, the idea of progress is no longer an imaginary concept but it has become a tengible reality. Progress simply implies the idea of development in different fields like science, technologies, economy, education and medicine. For example, it’s thanks to progress that I can now send you this document by internet. In other words, the idea of...

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