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• 121Polarizer — For the photographic filter, see Polarizing filter (Photography). A polarizing filter cuts down the reflections (top) and made it possible to see the photographer through the glass at roughly Brewster s angle although reflections off the back&#8230; …

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• 122Architecture of the medieval cathedrals of England — The medieval cathedrals of England, dating from between approximately 1040 and 1540, are a group of twenty five buildings which together constitute a major aspect of the country’s artistic heritage and are among the most significant material&#8230; …

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• 123List of gear nomenclature — Gears have a wide range of unique terminology known as gear nomenclature. Many of the terms defined cite the same reference work.[1] Contents 1 Addendum 2 Addendum angle 3 Addendum circle …

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• 124locomotion — /loh keuh moh sheuhn/, n. the act or power of moving from place to place. [1640 50; see LOCOMOTIVE, MOTION] * * * Any of various animal movements that result in progression from one place to another. Locomotion is classified as either&#8230; …

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• 125Huzita–Hatori axioms — The Huzita–Hatori axioms or Huzita–Justin axioms are a set of rules related to the mathematical principles of paper folding, describing the operations that can be made when folding a piece of paper. The axioms assume that the operations are&#8230; …

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• 126Polarization — ( Brit. polarisation) is a property of waves that describes the orientation of their oscillations. For transverse waves, it describes the orientation of the oscillations in the plane perpendicular to the wave s direction of travel. Longitudinal&#8230; …

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• 127Moment of inertia — This article is about the moment of inertia of a rotating object, also termed the mass moment of inertia. For the moment of inertia dealing with the bending of a beam, also termed the area moment of inertia, see second moment of area. In&#8230; …

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• 128Huzita-Hatori axioms — The Huzita Hatori axioms or Huzita Justin axioms are a set of rules related to the mathematical principles of paper folding, describing the operations that can be made when folding a piece of paper. The axioms assume that the operations are&#8230; …

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