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- kinetic energy released in matter
- n. the sum of the initial kinetic energies of all the charged particles liberated by uncharged ionizing radiation (neutrons and photons) in a sample of matter, divided by the mass of the sample.
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Secondly, He poured out the changers 'money, to kerma -- the small money -- the Nummorum Famulus.
Figure 4.9: Ruoka kerma cream, Junnama Cream, Kunin's Smetana and Bailey's whipped cream
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