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Alan MacDiarmid
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Alan MacDiarmid: (born in 1927) New Zealander Nobel prize winner in Chemistry for 2000 for his work in plastic conductivity
Alchemic
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Alchemic: Of alchemy, pertaining to a medieval form of chemistry which focused on the transmutation of base metals into gold
Alchemical
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Alchemical: Of alchemy, pertaining to a medieval form of chemistry which focused on the transmutation of base metals into gold
Alethiology
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Alethiology: The science which treats of the nature of truth and evidence.Sir W. Hamilton.
Algebra
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Algebra: (Math.) That branch of mathematics which treats of the relations andproperties of quantity by means of letters and other symbols. It isapplicable to those relati
Algorithmics
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Algorithmics: Science and art of development and analysis of algorithms
Allegiance
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Allegiance: The tie or obligation, implied or expressed, which a subject owesto his sovereign or government the duty of fidelity to ones king,government, or state. Devoti
Alphabetics
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Alphabetics: The science of representing spoken sounds by letters.
Amartya Sen
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Amartya Sen: (born 1933) Indian-born economist, winner of the 1998 Nobel Prize in Economic Science
Amorphous
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Amorphous: Having no determinate form of irregular shapeless. Kirwan. Without crystallization in the ultimate texture of a solidsubstance uncrystallized. 6. Of no particu
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