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** Mo., the traditional abbreviation of Missouri
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** English translation: Thomas Moore Johnson, Iamblichus ' exhortation to the study of philosophy, Osceola, Mo., 1907 ( repr.
** Yishun: School of Engineering, School of Information Technology before moving to its permanent home in Ang Mo Kio in April 1998.
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** Immunomodulation, e. g., tetracycline, which is effective in periodontal inflammation, and dapsone, which is effective in autoimmune diseases such as oral mucous membrane pemphigoid
** The breech refers to the mass of solid metal behind the bottom of the bore extending to the base of the breech and including the base ring ; it also generally refers to the end of the cannon opposite the muzzle, i. e., the location where the explosion of the gunpowder begins as opposed to the opening through which the pressurized gas escapes.
** Dean Cain in the 1990s series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman showed Clark as a normal and shy everyman demonstrating occasional touches of clumsiness ( e. g., pretending to burn his mouth on coffee ), but still a highly skilled journalist, much like the current post-Crisis portrayal.
** Commodore Semiconductor Group, also known as MOS Technology, Inc., famous for its various designs for Commodore Internationals range of home computers
** Social Security number, no dashes or spaces, followed immediately by branch ( i. e., 123456789USCG )
** a direct interaction occurs when one object is on a level exactly one higher or one lower than the other ( i. e., on a tree, the two objects have a line between them )
** Inward-rectifier potassium channels: These channels allow potassium to flow into the cell in an inwardly rectifying manner, i. e., potassium flows effectively into, but not out of, the cell.
** Russian original was written in 1970, distributed by samizdat, and eventually printed as Восленский М. С., Номенклатура.
** In many languages ( e. g., Czech, English, French, Interlingua, and Russian ), the sets of relative and interrogative pronouns are nearly identical.
** Commemorative stamps – stamps to commemorate events, anniversaries, etc., on sale for a limited time.
** Math Games – The Sam Loyd Cyclopedia of Puzzles, by Ed Pegg Jr., January 3, 2005 – announcement of scans and overview
** Black tie (" dinner jacket " in the UK ; often referred to as a " tuxedo " in the US ; traditionally appropriate only for use after 6: 00 p. m., but also seen in daytime, especially in the United States )