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  • 1 FREE WILL — FREE WILL, a philosophic and theological notion referring initially to the observation that man is able to choose between a number of possible courses of action, becoming, through his choice, the cause of the action which he selects. Among… …

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  • 2 Free flap — The terms free flap and free tissue transfer are synonymous labels used to describe the movement of tissue from one site on the body to another. Free implies that the tissue, along with its blood supply, is detached from the original location (… …

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  • 3 Free Syrian Army — Not to be confused with Syrian Army. Free Syrian Army الجيش السوري الحر Official logo of Free Syrian Army Active July …

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  • 4 defect — 01. Thousands of cars are being recalled due to a [defect] in the steering system. 02. The accident was caused by a [defect] in the landing gear of the airplane. 03. My brother had a slight hearing [defect] which was corrected with a hearing aid …

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  • 5 detach oneself from — 1) she detached herself from the crowd Syn: free oneself from, separate oneself from, segregate oneself from; move away from, split off from; leave, abandon 2) he has detached himself from his family Syn: dissociate oneself from, divorce oneself… …

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  • 6 Ventricular septal defect — Infobox Disease Name = PAGENAME Caption = Echocardiographic image of a moderate ventricular septal defect in the mid muscular part of the septum. The trace in the lower left shows the flow during one complete cardiac cycle and the red mark the… …

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  • 7 Gluten-free, casein-free diet — A gluten free casein free diet (or GFCF diet) eliminates intake of the naturally occurring proteins gluten (found naturally in wheat, barley, and rye) and casein (found in milk). The Autism Research Institute and other advocacy groups recommend… …

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  • 8 Whitehead's point-free geometry — In mathematics, point free geometry is a geometry whose primitive ontological notion is region rather than point. Two axiomatic systems are set out below, one grounded in mereology, the other in mereotopology and known as connection theory… …

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  • 9 Nokia 5800 XpressMusic — Manufacturer Nokia Compatible networks GSM, EGPRS, WCDMA, HSDPA, A GPS Predecessor None …

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  • 10 clean — /klin / (say kleen) adjective 1. free from dirt or filth; unsoiled; unstained. 2. a. free from foreign or extraneous matter: the wool was sold at $4.27 a kilogram clean. b. free of radioactivity: to enter a clean room. 3. free from defect or… …

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  • 11 Culture — For other uses, see Culture (disambiguation). Petroglyphs in modern day Gobustan, Azerbaijan, dating back to 10 000 BCE indicating a thriving culture …

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  • 12 Sacrifice — • This term is identical with the English offering (Latin offerre) and the German Opfer Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Sacrifice     Sacrifice      …

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  • 13 clean — I. a. 1. Unstained, unspotted, spotless, unsoiled, unsullied, immaculate, cleanly, neat. 2. Unadulterated, unmixed, pure, purified, clarified. 3. Neat, delicate, shapely, graceful, light, dexterous, adroit, free from bungling. 4. Entire, complete …

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  • 14 Criticism of Hadith — Part of a series on Hadith studies Terminology History of Hadith ... Criticism of Hadith ... Ilm ar Rijal ... Hadith terminology ... Isnad chain …

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  • 15 Marketable title — (real estate) is a title that a court of equity considers to be so free from defect that it will legally force its acceptance by a buyer. Marketable title does not assume that absolute absence of defect, but rather a title that a prudent,… …

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  • 16 clean — Irreproachable; innocent of fraud or wrongdoing; free from defect in form or substance; free from exceptions or reservations. It is a very elastic adjective, however, and is particularly dependent upon context …

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  • 18 hale — I. adjective Etymology: partly from Middle English (northern) hale, from Old English hāl; partly from Middle English hail, from Old Norse heill more at whole Date: before 12th century free from defect, disease, or infirmity ; sound; also… …

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  • 19 sound — sound1 [sound] n. [< ME soun (+ unhistoric d) < OFr son < L sonus < IE * swonos, a sound, noise < base * swen , to sound > OE swinsian, to sing, make music] 1. a) vibrations in air, water, etc. that stimulate the auditory nerves …

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  • 20 sound — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) I adj. whole, undamaged; healthy, robust; logical, true, valid, reliable, honorable, trust worthy; solvent; strong, firm; thorough; unbroken. See perfection, health, stability.Ant., unsound, unhealthy,… …

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