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The term Entartung ( or " degeneracy ") had gained currency in Germany by the late 19th century when the critic and author Max Nordau devised the theory presented in his 1892 book, Entartung.
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Otherwise, it will lead to the C term ( 4 ) of figure 1, which requires the degeneracy of the ground state.
Typically, the perturbing term does not possess the symmetry ; one says the perturbation lifts or breaks the degeneracy.
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The term " Afroasiatic " ( often now spelled as " Afro-Asiatic ") was later coined by Maurice Delafosse ( 1914 ).
Conversely, the vowel marks of the Tigrinya abugida and the Amharic abugida ( ironically, the original source of the term " abugida ") have been so completely assimilated into their consonants that the modifications are no longer systematic and have to be learned as a syllabary rather than as a segmental script.
The term " android " can mean either one of these, while a cyborg (" cybernetic organism " or " bionic man ") would be a creature that is a combination of organic and mechanical parts.
The term Angst distinguishes itself from the word Furcht ( German for " fear ") in that Furcht is a negative anticipation regarding a concrete threat, while Angst is a ( possibly nondirectional ) emotion, though the terms are colloquially sometimes used synonymously.
In a related use, from 1975, British naturalist Sir Peter Scott coined the scientific term " Nessiteras rhombopteryx " ( Greek for " The monster ( or wonder ) of Ness with the diamond shaped fin ") for the apocryphal Loch Ness Monster.
Running amok, sometimes referred to as simply amok ( also spelled amuk, from the Malay meaning " mad with uncontrollable rage ") is a term for a killing spree perpetrated by an individual out of rage or resentment over perceived mistreatment.
Acephali ( from the Greek language a -, " without ," and kephalos, " head ") is a term applied to several sects as having no head or leader.
According to Jan Nattier, the term Mahāyāna (" Great Vehicle ") was originally even an honorary synonym for Bodhisattvayāna, or the " Bodhisattva Vehicle.
The term " Bahaism " ( or " Baha ' ism ") has been used in the past, but the generally accepted name for the religion is the Bahá ' í Faith.
According to Dáithí Ó hÓgáin, the term Céad Shamhain or Cétshamhainin means " first half ", which he links to the Gaulish word samonios ( which he suggests means " half a year ") as in the end of the " first half " of the year that begins at Samhain.
From the 14th century, the term was also used for a junior member of a guild ( otherwise known as " yeomen ") or university ; hence, an ecclesiastic of an inferior grade, for example, a young monk or even recently appointed canon ( Severtius, de episcopis Lugdunen-sibus, p. 377, in du Cange ).
The use of " Χ ," derived from Chi, the Greek alphabet initial, as an abbreviation for Christ ( most commonly in the abbreviation " Χmas ") is often misinterpreted as a modern secularization of the term.
The Mexican archeologist and anthropologist Manuel Gamio reported in 1930 that the term " chicamo " ( with an " m ") was used as a derogatory term used by Hispanic Texans for recently arrived Mexican immigrants displaced during the Mexican revolution in the beginning of the early 20th century.
Since society considers so many rights as natural ( hence the term " right ") rather than man-made, what constitutes a crime also counts as natural, in contrast to laws ( seen as man-made ).
The term " filial " ( meaning " of a child ") characterizes the respect that a child, originally a son, should show to his parents.
This last term (" von Neumann machine ") is less specific and also refers to a completely unrelated computer architecture proposed by von Neumann, so its use is discouraged where accuracy is important.
Chromatography ( from Greek χρῶμα chroma " color " and γράφειν graphein " to write ") is the collective term for a set of laboratory techniques for the separation of mixtures.
His Tàichū (, " Grand Inception ") calendar of 104 BC had a year with the winter solstice in the 11th month and designated as intercalary any calendar month ( a month of 29 or 30 whole days ) during which the sun does not pass a principal term ( that is, remained within the same sign of the zodiac throughout ).
In the 2001 feature film Ocean's Eleven Don Cheadle uses the term " barney " and the claim is made that this rhyme is derived from Barney Rubble, (" trouble ") with references to a character from the Flintstones cartoon show.
Since the 1990s the term has been used ( interchangeably with " the Copernicus method ") for J. Richard Gott's Bayesian-inference-based prediction of duration of ongoing events, a generalized version of the Doomsday argument.
The term clairvoyance ( from French clair meaning " clear " and voyance meaning " vision ") is used to refer to the ability to gain information about an object, person, location or physical event through means other than the known human senses, a form of extra-sensory perception.
The term " deed ", also known in this context as a " specialty ", is common to signed written undertakings not supported by consideration: the seal ( even if not a literal wax seal but only a notional one referred to by the execution formula, " signed, sealed and delivered ", or even merely " executed as a deed ") is deemed to be the consideration necessary to support the obligation.
The term dialect ( from the ancient Greek word Διάλεκτος diálektos, " discourse ", from διά diá, " through " + λέγω legō, " I speak ") is used in two distinct ways, even by linguists.
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`` I may possibly be a greater risk than is the normal person of my age '', the President had said on February 29th of the election year, ignoring the fact that no one of his age had ever lived out another term.
Bang-Jensen said you told correspondents that you had checked in advance to make sure the term ' aberrant conduct ' was not libelous.
The September-October term jury had been charged by Fulton Superior Court Judge Durwood Pye to investigate reports of possible `` irregularities '' in the hard-fought primary which was won by Mayor-nominate Ivan Allen Jr..
Resentment welled up yesterday among Democratic district leaders and some county leaders at reports that Mayor Wagner had decided to seek a third term with Paul R. Screvane and Abraham D. Beame as running mates.
She had been sentenced to 180 years in prison, but former Gov. Stratton commuted her term to 75 years, making her eligible for parole, as one of his last acts in office.
Realizing Clay was unlikely to win the presidency, Lincoln, who had pledged in 1846 to serve only one term in the House, supported General Zachary Taylor for the Whig nomination in the 1848 presidential election.
As had been the case on Bligh's tour 20 years before, the Australian media latched fervently onto the term, and, this time it stuck.
However, his term was marked by economic depression that had grown out of the Panic of 1873, which Mackenzie's government was unable to alleviate.
The earliest recorded use of this term in English is in Thomas Hacket's 1568 translation of André Thévet's book on France Antarctique ; Thévet himself had referred to the natives as Ameriques.
The Council of Nicaea did not end the controversy, as many bishops of the Eastern provinces disputed the homoousios, the central term of the Nicene creed, as it had been used by Paul of Samosata, who had advocated a monarchianist Christology.
Both the man and his teaching, including the term homoousios, had been condemned by the Synods of Antioch in 269.
But no attempt to identify the figures on existing gems with the personages of Gnostic mythology has had any success, and Abrasax is the only Gnostic term found in the accompanying legends which is not known to belong to other religions or mythologies.
Today, many Ainu dislike the term Ainu because it had once been used with derogatory nuance, and prefer to identify themselves as Utari ( comrade in the Ainu language ).
It is unlikely that the term " democracy " was coined by its detractors who rejected the possibility of a valid " demarchy ", as the word " demarchy " already existed and had the meaning of mayor or municipal.
The term is rarely used by younger black people, but remained in use by many older black Americans who had grown up with the term, particularly in the southern U. S.
Previously, as related in the first reference cited above, Faraday had used the more straightforward term " eisode " ( the doorway where the current enters ).
The English word " amputation " was first applied to surgery in the 17th century, possibly first in Peter Lowe's A discourse of the Whole Art of Chirurgerie ( published in either 1597 or 1612 ); his work was derived from 16th century French texts and early English writers also used the words " extirpation " ( 16th century French texts tended to use extirper ), " disarticulation ", and " dismemberment " ( from the Old French desmembrer and a more common term before the 17th century for limb loss or removal ), or simply " cutting ", but by the end of the 17th century " amputation " had come to dominate as the accepted medical term.
The concept was that because Italian bond futures had a less liquid market, in the short term Italian bond futures would have a higher return than U. S. bonds, but in the long term, the prices would converge.
During Clinton's term, Arkansas performed its first executions since 1964 ( the death penalty had been re-enacted on March 23, 1973 ).