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  • n. Plural form of discovery.


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  • _A dinner party, and fortune in good humour: The opera house, and small talk: Sagacious female discoveries: Olivia, and the art of fascinating: An old acquaintance suddenly seen and dreaded, though despised: Timely recollection: The opera great room, and more discoveries_

    The Adventures of Hugh Trevor

  • Viktor Petrik shows off what he describes as his discoveries: a cell that generates electricity when you breathe on it.

    Russian Inventor Has Friends in Kremlin, but Skeptics Outside It

  • Common to their discoveries is the unique adenosine triphosphate (ATP) molecule, which can store and transport energy in all organisms, whether it be a simple bacterium, a dandelion, a finch or a human being.

    The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1997 - Presentation Speech

  • So much study, and reading, and college talk, and the new theories, and what they called discoveries, were enough to unsettle one's faith, and she feared for him.

    A Little Girl in Old Salem

  • By GREGORY L. WHITE VSEVOL.ZHSK, Russia-Viktor Petrik shows off what he describes as his discoveries: a cell that generates electricity when you breathe on it. - Articles related to Treaty to cut US-Russia nukes; signing in 2 weeks

  • When certain discoveries are made, everything changes.

    Vampirism turns practical in “Let the Right One In” » Scene-Stealers

  • The development of new discoveries and revisiting of old discoveries is a fairly predictable factor, and a large portion, if not the entirety, of the so-called unidentified projects should be expected to materialize.

    Priorities « PubliCola

  • In my thesis which examined the sound and music of Halo 2, one of the main discoveries was an identifiable link between the music and sound effects – that a level of ‘musicality’ is imparted into the sound effects via common timbres and pitches.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • We do understand the blood sweat and tears that go into a PI led mission and the desire to gain that nobel prize based upon exciting discoveries from the mission, the current policies that other nations have put into place (China and Japan and ESA's SMART 1 are prime examples) have hindered science far more than they have preserved PI rights to data.

    When Will NASA Release LRO Imagery? - NASA Watch

  • Some of the most exciting discoveries from the Milan Furniture Fair 2009 can be seen at the Designersblock show, an exhibition of some of the edgiest experiments in modern design.

    Elisabeth Buecher | Inhabitat


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