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  • 161 Армянская лума — У этого термина существуют и другие значения, см. Лума (значения). Лума (арм. լումա)  разменная денежная единица Армении, составлявшая 1⁄100 драма, в данный момент не используется. Монеты достоинством в 10, 20 и 50 лум были выпущены в… …

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  • 162 unwilling — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. backward, resistant, reluctant, refractory, recalcitrant, unenthusiastic, doubtful, wayward, unready, indisposed, disinclined, averse, opposed, against, contrary, indifferent, indocile, intractable, demurring, shrinking …

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  • 163 loath — *disinclined, indisposed, averse, hesitant, reluctant Analogous words: *adverse, averse: *antipathetic, unsympathetic, averse Antonyms: anxious Contrasted words: *eager, keen, avid: desiring or desirous, wishing, wanting (see corresponding verbs… …

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  • 164 adverse — adverse, averse These two words both come from the Latin word vertere ‘to turn’, but averse (= turning away) means ‘opposed to’ and is typically used in negative contexts of people, whereas adverse (= turning towards, hostilely) is used of things …

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  • 165 pleuvoir — vimp. PLyUVRE (Annecy.003, Thônes.004, Villards Thônes | Albanais.001.BEA.), plouvre (Aix.017, Arvillard.228, Chambéry.025), plovai (Cordon.083, Reyvroz.218, Saxel.002), C.1 ; vèrsâ la plôze (Notre Dame Be.). E. : Aggraver (S ), Cesser. A1)… …

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  • 166 Adverse — Ad verse, a. [OE. advers, OF. avers, advers, fr. L. adversus, p. p. advertere to turn to. See {Advert}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Acting against, or in a contrary direction; opposed; contrary; opposite; conflicting; as, adverse winds; an adverse party;… …

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  • 167 Adverse possession — Adverse Ad verse, a. [OE. advers, OF. avers, advers, fr. L. adversus, p. p. advertere to turn to. See {Advert}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Acting against, or in a contrary direction; opposed; contrary; opposite; conflicting; as, adverse winds; an adverse …

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  • 168 loth — adj. strongly opposed. [WordNet sense 2][predicate] Syn: antipathetic, antipathetical, averse(predicate), averse to(predicate), indisposed(predicate), loath(predicate), opposed. [WordNet 1.5] …

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  • 169 Reluctant — Re*luc tant ( tant), a. [L. reluctans, antis, p. pr. of reluctari. See {Reluct}.] 1. Striving against; opposed in desire; unwilling; disinclined; loth. [1913 Webster] Reluctant, but in vain. Milton. [1913 Webster] Reluctant now I touched the… …

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  • 170 Risk — takers redirects here. For the Canadian television program, see Risk Takers. For other uses, see Risk (disambiguation). Risk is the potential that a chosen action or activity (including the choice of inaction) will lead to a loss (an undesirable… …

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  • 171 Reform Act 1832 — First page of the Reform Act 1832 This painting by …

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  • 172 Rupert Sheldrake — Born 28 June 1942 (1942 06 28) (age 69) Newark on Trent, Nottinghamshire Education …

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  • 174 Amos Tversky — Infobox Person name = Amos Tversky image size = 240X293 caption = Amos Tversky birth name = birth date = Birth date|1937|03|16 birth place = death date = Death date and age|1996|06|02|1937|03|16 death place = education = University of Michigan… …

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  • 175 Original position — The original position is a hypothetical situation developed by American philosopher John Rawls as a thought experiment to replace the imagery of a savage state of nature of prior political philosophers like Thomas Hobbes. In it, the parties… …

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  • 176 Prospect theory — is a theory that describes decisions between alternatives that involve risk, i.e. alternatives with uncertain outcomes, where the probabilities are known. The model is descriptive: it tries to model real life choices, rather than optimal… …

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  • 177 Playground — This article is about an area for play. For other uses, see Playground (disambiguation). Combination playground structure for small children; slides, climbers (stairs in this case), playhouse A playground or play area is a place with a specific… …

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  • 178 Henry James Sumner Maine — Sir Henry James Sumner Maine, KCSI (August 15, 1822 February 3, 1888), was an English comparative jurist and historian, son of Dr James Maine, of Kelso, Borders, in Scotland. He is famous for the thesis outlined in Ancient Law that law and… …

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  • 179 Contract theory — This article is about the economic analysis of contracts. For legal definitions and contract law, see Contract. For a less technical discussion of this topic, see Principal agent problem. In economics, contract theory studies how economic actors… …

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  • 180 Originalism — Scene at the Signing of the Constitution of the United States, by Howard Chandler Christy …

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