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Nereids

Greek The Nymphs of the sea, specifically the Mediterranean Sea; the daughters of Nereus, an ancient sea god, and Doris, a daughter of Oceanus. The Nereids lived in their father's palace at the bottom of the sea and came up often to play in the waves. They rode dolphins and other sea creatures and gathered on shore to play games and dry their...


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Triton

Greek A water god; the son of Poseidon and Amphitrite. He was often represented as a merman, with the head and body of a man and a fishtail instead of legs. It is said that he blew on a conch shell trumpet to calm the waves for Poseidon. Sometimes Poseidon is depicted as being escorted by many Tritons. Triton was a benevolent, helpful deity. During...


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LIGHT, RADIATION AND TELESCOPES

  1.Waves of light Of all our senses, our sense of sight is perhaps the most important. What we see gives us more information about the world around us than what we hear, smell, touch or taste. We see because our eyes are sensitive to light.   During the day the Sun shines and provides the light. When the Sun drops below the horizon in the...


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THE ATTACK ON PEARL HARBOR

||  Japanese fleet destroyed eight battleships and three cruisers, three destroyers and four auxiliary vessels. At the total, 188 aircraft were also destroyed. A total of 2,403 U.S. soldiers were killed. Side of the assailants, the losses are very small (29 aircraft, 55 killed). Initially a third wave was envisaged but she was aborted because the first and second wave...


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Ulysses (spacecraft) - astronomy.

Ulysses (spacecraft) - astronomy. I INTRODUCTION Ulysses (spacecraft), name of an interplanetary spacecraft and its mission to measure the solar wind and magnetic field over the Sun's poles during periods of both high and low solar activity. The Ulysses mission is a joint project of the European Space Agency (ESA) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Launched in October 1990 from...


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Saturn - astronomy.

Saturn - astronomy. I INTRODUCTION Saturn, sixth planet in order of distance from the Sun, and the second largest in our solar system. Saturn's most distinctive feature is a giant system of rings that surrounds the planet at its equator, stretching over twice the width of the planet itself. The first person to see the rings was the Italian scientist Galileo in...


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Meteor Shower - astronomy.

Meteor Shower - astronomy. I INTRODUCTION Meteor Shower, certain time of the year when meteors fall in greater numbers than usual and seem to come from specific parts of the sky. Meteors are particles of space dust that enter the earth's atmosphere and burn up, creating a streak of light in the night sky. Over 120 recognized meteor showers occur during the...


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Redshift - astronomy.

Redshift - astronomy. I INTRODUCTION Redshift, change, or shift, in the light radiated by an object, such as a star or galaxy, that indicates the object's motion. Scientists have used redshifts to measure the velocities (speed and direction) of distant galaxies. Knowing the velocities of galaxies helps astronomers understand how the universe is changing. This knowledge allows scientists to interpret the distant past...


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Gravitation - astronomy.

Gravitation - astronomy. I INTRODUCTION Gravitation, the force of attraction between all objects that tends to pull them toward one another. It is a universal force, affecting the largest and smallest objects, all forms of matter, and energy. Gravitation governs the motion of astronomical bodies. It keeps the moon in orbit around the earth and keeps the earth and the other planets of...


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Ear. I INTRODUCTION Ear, organ of hearing and balance. Only vertebrates, or animals

Ear. I INTRODUCTION Ear, organ of hearing and balance. Only vertebrates, or animals with backbones, have ears. Invertebrate animals, such as jellyfish and insects, lack ears, but have other structures or organs that serve similar functions. The most complex and highly developed ears are those of mammals. II STRUCTURE OF THE HUMAN EAR Like the ears of other mammals, the human ear consists of three...


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Tsunami.

Tsunami. I INTRODUCTION Tsunami, Japanese word meaning "harbor wave," used as the scientific term for a class of abnormal sea wave that can cause catastrophic damage when it hits a coastline. Tsunamis can be generated by an undersea earthquake, an undersea landslide, the eruption of an undersea volcano, or by the force of an asteroid crashing into the ocean. The most frequent cause...


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Stomach.

Stomach. I INTRODUCTION Stomach, organ of the digestive system. Most animals, like humans, have a single stomach, but birds and ruminants (see Ruminant) have digestive organs composed of two or more chambers. The outer surface of the stomach is smooth; the inner surface is folded into numerous complex ridges, which assist in the mixing of food with digestive juices and channel this material...


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Gravitation I INTRODUCTION Gravitation, the force of attraction between all objects that tends to pull them toward one another.

Gravitation I INTRODUCTION Gravitation, the force of attraction between all objects that tends to pull them toward one another. It is a universal force, affecting the largest and smallest objects, all forms of matter, and energy. Gravitation governs the motion of astronomical bodies. It keeps the moon in orbit around the earth and keeps the earth and the other planets of the solar...


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Sound I INTRODUCTION Sound, physical phenomenon that stimulates the sense of hearing.

Sound I INTRODUCTION Sound, physical phenomenon that stimulates the sense of hearing. In humans, hearing takes place whenever vibrations of frequencies from 15 hertz to about 20,000 hertz reach the inner ear. The hertz (Hz) is a unit of frequency equaling one vibration or cycle per second. Such vibrations reach the inner ear when they are transmitted through air. The speed of sound...


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Poetry of Lord Byron - anthology.

Poetry of Lord Byron - anthology. Lord George Gordon Noel Byron, whose poetry for many readers conveys the essence of the romantic movement in literature, showed great versatility in his writings. "When We Two Parted" (1815) uses straightforward rhyme and short lines to express strong emotions of love and regret. "She Walks in Beauty" (1815) takes a more reserved approach, with...


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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, breed of toy dog descended from the King Charles spaniel popular in Great Britain under King Charles I and King Charles II in the early 17th century. Attempts in the 1940s to restore the old breed resulted in the development of this toy breed, named for knights of the Middle Ages. The Cavalier...


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Triton - Mythology.

Triton - Mythology. Greek A water god; the son of Poseidon and Amphitrite. He was often represented as a merman, with the head and body of a man and a fishtail instead of legs. It is said that he blew on a conch shell trumpet to calm the waves for Poseidon. Sometimes Poseidon is depicted as being escorted by many Tritons. Triton was a benevolent,...


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Nereids Greek The Nymphs of the sea, specifically the Mediterranean Sea; the daughters of Nereus, an ancient sea god, and Doris, a daughter of Oceanus.

Nereids Greek The Nymphs of the sea, specifically the Mediterranean Sea; the daughters of Nereus, an ancient sea god, and Doris, a daughter of Oceanus. The Nereids lived in their father's palace at the bottom of the sea and came up often to play in the waves. They rode dolphins and other sea creatures and gathered on shore to play games and dry their...


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Sardoche

audience: crowd/spectators bond?: overcrowded performance: show rassemblement politique: political rally collecte: gathering slogan: motto joyeux: cheerful enjou?: light-hearted divertissant: entertaining divertissement: entertainment unifier: unifying campagne: campain gather: rassembler/assembler promouvoir: foster/promote agitez ses mains: wave one's hands microphone: mic mode/tendance: fashion/trend talentueux: talented/skilled populaire: well-know/popular First of all, hip hop is a genre of music who born during the 70s in the bronx when the block parties popularize among the young black teenagers. This new kind of music popular is very foster by Dj Kool Herc...


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