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  • ...unites [[naturalists]] and [[humanitarians]] elected as its Full Members (Academicians) and Corresponding Members. The mission of the [[RANS]] is to develop the science, education and culture in order to promote the economic and spiritual rena
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  • {{r|National Academy of Science}} {{r|Czech Academy of Sciences}}
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  • ...unites [[naturalists]] and [[humanitarians]] elected as its Full Members (Academicians) and Corresponding Members. The mission of the [[RANS]] is to develop the science, education and culture in order to promote the economic and spiritual rena
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  • '''Science''' refers to any coherently organized system of [[knowledge]] attained by |The ''New Oxford American Dictionary'' describes 'science' as follows:<br>
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  • The first historical find of an arithmetical nature is a fragment of a table: the broken clay tablet ...ormula <math>\scriptstyle (p^2-q^2,2pq,p^2+q^2)</math>. Van der Waerden, ''Science Awakening'', Oxford University Press, New York, 1961, p. 79, gives both th
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  • In 1723 he gained his [[Master's degree]] with a dissertation comparing the natural philosophy systems of [[Newton]] and [[Descartes]]. On his father's wishe ...new centre of science had appeared in Europe - the [[Petersburg Academy of Sciences]]. As Russia had few scientists of its own, many foreigners were invited
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  • ..."academies">[http://nationalacademies.org/onpi/06072005.pdf Joint science academies’ statement: Global response to climate change] ...html|title=Summary for Policymakers|work=Climate Change 2007: The Physical Science Basis. Contribution of Working Group I to the Fourth Assessment Report of
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  • ...tely, Britain. The Kaiser, in a most tactless manner, refused to renew the Russian reinsurance treaty, which Bismarck considered extremely important, so that, ==Promoter of arts and science==
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  • ...ymes found in the ''T. aquaticus'' are able to withstand the heat in the denaturing of the newly formed DNA so strands can separate and act as templates for ...e genes in 3 loci were found to encode preplin-like proteins essential for natural transformation."T. aquaticus" not only can function at high temperatures
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  • | title = Russian-Iranian Relations: Outlook for Cooperation with the “Axis of Evil” ...visits, in August and December 1986, resulted in the resumption of Iranian natural gas exports, which had been halted in 1980.<ref name=Hume1994>{{citation
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  • '''Measurement and Signature Intelligence''', or '''MASINT''', brings together a variety of disciplines ...roduces intelligence that detects, tracks, identifies, or describes the signatures (distinctive characteristics) of fixed or dynamic target sources. MASINT
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  • Dissemination and use decisions need to consider the nature of interaction between provider and consumer, and the special requirements }}</ref>, a new translation from the Chinese Academy of Military Science argues that Griffiths mistranslated: "strategic assessments" is more accur
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  • ...nted by statute. See for example [[German spelling reform of 1996]]. The Russian language was heavily prescribed during the Soviet period, deviations from t ...d disappeared. In this way, prescription can appear to be antithetical to natural language evolution, although this is usually not the intention of those f
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  • '''Geophysical MASINT''' is a branch of [[Measurement and signature intelligence]] (MASINT) that involves phenomena transmitted through the ea ...ults in intelligence that detects, tracks, identifies, or describes the signatures (distinctive characteristics) of fixed or dynamic target sources. MASINT
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  • ...Wall Street Journal]]|issn=0099-9660|access-date=February 2, 2017}}</ref> naturalized as an American citizen on December 18, 1961.<ref>{{cite news| last1= Soros took a [[Bachelor of Science]] in philosophy in 1951, and a [[Master of Science]] in philosophy in 1954, later receiving a [[Doctor of Philosophy]], from
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  • ...loved nature and who took the young Ernst on long hikes, he was exposed to natural history early on, but although birds were his passion all his life, he wa ...permanent post in Germany, he moved from Berlin to the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan. In New York he called himself an ornithologist, and
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  • ...he first presentation in the 21st Century Biology Lecture Series, National Science Foundation, [[Arlington, Virginia]]; and on July 10, 2003, at a Congressio ...mathematics]] has long been intertwined with the [[life science|biological sciences]], an explosive synergy between [[biology]] and mathematics seems poised
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  • ...in the present day he has become the most popular of all twentieth century Russian composers played in the West. ...ental first part has nothing distinctly Russian about it, it is due to the Russian character of the second, more traditional, choral part that his Second Symp
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  • ...888 with a track for the Army. Churchill had an independent and rebellious nature; his grades were poor apart from English and history; he avoided team spor ...ation of his tenure in the War Office was the Allied intervention in the [[Russian Civil War]]. Churchill was a staunch advocate of foreign intervention, decl
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  • #Merchant Marine Academy, and State Merchant Marine Academies. ...critical technologies and physically securing dangerous materials in the [[Russian Federation]] and other countries. The committee will pay close attention t
    79 KB (11,453 words) - 07:18, 23 September 2013
  • ..., and, from the [[University of Southern California]] in 1970, a Master of Science degree in aerospace engineering.<ref name=NASA-bio>{{cite web|url=http://w ...he met Janet Elizabeth Shearon, who was majoring in [[Family and consumer science|home economics]]. According to the two, there was no real courtship, and n
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