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1. p20-ARC One of the subunits of ARP2/3. 2. p20-CGGBP (CGG-binding protein1) A protein that binds to the unmethylated form of the trinucleotide repeat ...

Joseph Sortain

Joseph Sortain  

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(1809–60)Joseph Sortain was born in Bristol on 20 July 1809 and died in Brighton on 16 July 1860. According to his obituarist, ‘[Micaijah] Towgood's Letters on Dissent quenched his ...
Henry Batchelor

Henry Batchelor  

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(1823–1903)Henry Batchelor was born in Crouch End, Middlesex on 20 June 1823 and died at Weston-super-Mare on 10 January 1903. Destined for the Congregational ministry, he entered Newport Pagnell ...
Richard Alliott

Richard Alliott  

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(1804–63)Richard Alliott was born in Nottingham on 1 September 1804 and died in Birmingham on 20 December 1863. The son and grandson of Congregational ministers, he was educated at ...
Benjamin Godwin

Benjamin Godwin  

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(1785–1871)Benjamin Godwin was born in Bath on 10 October 1785 and died in Bradford on 20 February 1871. At the age of fifteen he ran away to sea; he ...
Frederick James Powicke

Frederick James Powicke  

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(1854–1935)Frederick James Powicke was born in Kidderminster on 20 July 1854 and died in Stockport on 7 December 1935. He was educated for the Congregational ministry at Spring Hill ...
Thomas of Sutton

Thomas of Sutton  

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(fl. c.1310)Thomas of Sutton's date and place of birth are not known. He was ordained deacon by the Archbishop of York on 20 September 1274. Before he entered the ...
time-lag argument

time-lag argument  

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Argument used by Russell (e.g. Human Knowledge: its Scope and Limits, 1948, p. 172), and other 20th-century writers, to refute naïve realism in the philosophy of perception. When we see the sun, our ...
horseshoe

horseshoe  

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Name formerly given to the sign for the truth-function of material implication, which in some systems is written p…q.
Susanne Langer

Susanne Langer  

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(1895–1985),philosopher and professor at Columbia, whose early works on philosophy, including An Introduction to Symbolic Logic (1937), were followed by widely influential works relating philosophy ...
scientism

scientism  

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The belief that scientific methods can be applied to all problems, with the consequent application of inappropriate scientific methods in unsuitable circumstances.
John Harwood Hick

John Harwood Hick  

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(1922–)John Hick was born on 20 January 1922 in Scarborough, England, and grew up in the Anglican tradition. At age eighteen, while studying law and in a skeptical stance ...
Terence Michael Penelhum

Terence Michael Penelhum  

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(1929–)Terence Penelhum was born on 26 April 1929 in Bradford-on-Avon, England. He became a Canadian citizen in 1961. He received an MA with first class honours in philosophy from ...
Frances Wright

Frances Wright  

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(1795–1852),Scottish-born free-thinker and author, who spent two years in the U.S. (1818–20), where she produced her play Altorf (1819), about the Swiss fight for independence, and toured the country ...
analysis

analysis  

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The process of breaking a concept down into more simple parts, so that its logical structure is displayed. At its most elementary this may be revealed by a dictionary definition (‘to be a vixen is to ...
Pietro Pomponazzi

Pietro Pomponazzi  

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(1462–1525)Italian Aristotelian. Originally qualified in medicine, Pomponazzi taught philosophy in Padua and then Bologna, where in 1516 he published the Tractatus de immortalitate animae, a denial ...
William James

William James  

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(1842–1910)American psychologist and philosopher. James was born into a wealthy New York family, and surrounded from an early age by a humanitarian, literary, and scholarly family life (his father ...
citizen

citizen  

[Ge]A member of a politically or administratively defined community, having both rights and duties associated with that membership.
aspect ratio

aspect ratio  

Of a fin or wing, the ratio of length to width. A high-aspect-ratio fin or wing tends to be long and thin, producing a high lift- or thrust-to-drag ratio.
quatrefoil

quatrefoil  

An ornamental design of four lobes or leaves as used in architectural tracery, resembling a flower or clover leaf.
West Point

West Point  

A U.S. military reservation on the Hudson River in Orange county, New York, United States. West Point Academy, also known as the U.S. Military Academy, has been on the site since 1802.[...]

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