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  • 1gray body — noun : a body that emits radiant energy and has the same relative spectral energy distribution as a blackbody at the same temperature but in smaller amount * * * Physics. any body that emits radiation at each wavelength in a constant ratio less… …

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  • 2gray body — Physics. any body that emits radiation at each wavelength in a constant ratio less than unity to that emitted by a black body at the same temperature. * * * …

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  • 3Gray Bat — U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo Conservation status …

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  • 4Gray literature — (or grey literature) is a field in library and information science. The term is used variably by the intellectual community, librarians, and medical and research professionals to refer to a body of materials that cannot be found easily through… …

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  • 5Gray langur — Gray langur[1] Alpha male langur Scientific classification Kingdom …

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  • 6Body of stomach — Outline of stomach, showing its anatomical landmarks …

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  • 7Body of talus — Left talus, from above. Latin corpus tali Gray s …

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  • 8Gray tree frog — Gray Treefrog Gray Treefrog, Hyla versicolor Conservation status …

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  • 9Body of penis — The constituent cavernous cylinders of the penis. Vertical section of bladder, pe …

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  • 10gray|back — «GRAY BAK», noun. 1. any one of various animals, such as the gray whale of the northern Pacific, or various birds, such as the knot and the hooded crow. 2. U.S. Informal. a Confederate soldier in the Civil War. 3. = body louse. (Cf. ↑body louse) …

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  • 11Body Glove — is a major surf/skateboard/watersports brand started in the United States by Dive N surf Inc. Body Glove was founded in 1953 by twin brothers Bill and Bob Meistrell. The brothers invented the very first practical wetsuit in the early 1950s and to …

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  • 12Body Count (Groupe) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Body Count. Body Count …

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  • 13Body count (groupe) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Body Count. Body Count …

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  • 14Gray checkered whiptail — Conservation status IUCN3.1 Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum …

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  • 15Gray dwarf hamster — Conservation status Least Concern (IUCN 3.1) Scientific classification Kin …

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  • 16Gray baby syndrome — (also termed Gray or Grey syndrome) is a rare but serious side effect that occurs in newborn infants (especially premature babies) following the intravenous administration of the antibiotic chloramphenicol.cite journal | author = McIntyre J,… …

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  • 17Body in white — or BIW refers to the stage in automotive design or automobile manufacturing in which the car body sheet metal (including doors, hoods, and deck lids) has been assembled or designed but before the components (chassis, motor) and trim (windshields …

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  • 18Gray's Anatomy — Gray’s Anatomy [Grays Anatomy] the name by which Anatomy, Descriptive and Surgical is commonly known. It is a book consisting of descriptions and illustrations of the human body, first written in 1858 by Henry Gray, an English doctor. Many… …

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  • 19Gray Wolf — Taxobox name = Gray Wolf fossil range = Late Pleistocene Recent status = LC status system = iucn3.1 trend = stable status ref =IUCN2006|assessors=Mech Boitani|year=2004|id=3746|title=Canis lupus|downloaded=2006 05 05 Database entry includes… …

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  • 20Gray (horse) — Nearly all Lipizzaner horses have gray coats. They are typically born bay or black, and their hair coat will be pure white before they are 10 years old …

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