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10-hydroxytaxane O-acetyltransferase

an enzyme that catalyzes the chemical reaction Thus, the two substrates of this enzyme are acetyl-CoA and 10-desacetyltaxuyunnanin C, whereas its two products are CoA and taxuyunnanin CSource: Wikipedia

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10-in-1 food parcel

commonly known as the 10-in-1 ration was a field ration prepared for soldiers of the United States Army, intended to provide one meal for 10 menSource: Wikipedia

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10-K Thirst Quencher

a sports drink that competed with Gatorade, Powerade, and other sports drink brandsSource: Wikipedia

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10-meter band

a portion of the shortwave radio spectrum allocated to amateur radio useSource: Wikipedia

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10-point must system

a method of scoring a fighting match in which the judges must give the winner of a round 10 points, and the loser 9 points or fewerSource: Wikipedia

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10-polytope

a ten-dimensional polytope, or 10-polytope, is a polytope in 10-dimensional space, each 8-polytope ridge being shared by exactly two 9-polytope facetsSource: Wikipedia

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10-simplex

A hendeca-10-tope, or hendecaxennon is a 10-simplex, a self-dual regular 10-polytope with 11 vertices, 55 edges, 165 triangle faces, 330 tetrahedral cells, 462 5-cell 4-faces, 462 5-simplex 5-faces, 330 6-simplex 6-faces, 165 7-simplex 7-faces, 55 8-Source: Wikipedia

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10-spine grouper

(Epinephelus exsul) is a species of fish in the Serranidae familySource: Wikipedia

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10-Yard Fight

A port of 10-Yard Fight for the Nintendo Entertainment System was released in 1985 and for MSX computers was released inSource: Wikipedia

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10.000 Nights of Thunder

"10,000 Nights of Thunder" is the second single by AlphabeatSource: Wikipedia

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10.000 Watts of Artificial Pleasures EP

10.000 Watts of Artificial Pleasures is an EP self-released by the Industrial rock band Dope Stars IncSource: Wikipedia

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10.15x61mmR

cartridge was developed for use in the Norwegian Jarmann rifleSource: Wikipedia

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10.2

the surround sound format developed by THX creator Tomlinson Holman of TMH Labs and University of Southern California (schools of Cinematic Arts and Engineering)Source: Wikipedia

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10.4 cm Feldkanone M. 15

a heavy field gun used by Austria-Hungary in World War ISource: Wikipedia

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10.5

a 2004 disaster film directed by John Lafia and released as a television miniseries in the United StatesSource: Wikipedia

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10.5 cm Cannon Model 1927

a heavy field gun used by the Netherlands and Hungary during World War IISource: Wikipedia

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10.5 cm Feldhaubitze 98/09

a howitzer used by Germany in World War ISource: Wikipedia

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10.5 cm Feldhaubitze M.12

The Krupp 10.5 cm Feldhaubitze M.12 was a howitzer used by Romania in World War I. 60 were bought from Krupp before World War I. They appear to have lingered in Romanian service into World War IISource: Wikipedia

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10.5 cm FlaK 38

The 10.5 cm SK C/33 was a German anti-aircraft gun used during World War II by the Kriegsmarine on a number of their larger capital shipsSource: Wikipedia

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10.5 cm Gebirgshaubitze 40

a German mountain howitzer that fired 105 mm (4.13 inches) shellSource: Wikipedia

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10.5 cm Howitzer Model 1924

a howitzer used by the Netherlands during World War IISource: Wikipedia

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10.5 cm hruby kanon vz. 35

a Czech field gun used in the Second World WarSource: Wikipedia

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10.5 cm kanon m/34

a heavy field gun used by Finland during the Winter War and the Continuation WarSource: Wikipedia

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10.5 cm leFH 16

a field howitzer used by Germany in World War I and World War IISource: Wikipedia

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10.5 cm leFH 18

a German light howitzer used in the Second World WarSource: Wikipedia

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10.5 cm leFH 18/40

a German light howitzer used in the Second World WarSource: Wikipedia

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10.5 cm leFH 18M

a German light howitzer used in the Second World WarSource: Wikipedia

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10.5 cm Leichtgeschütz 40

The development history of the LG 40 isn't clear, but it seems obvious that the success of Rheinmetall's 7.5 cm LG 40 during the Battle of Crete in 1941 spurred the Germans to continue development of recoilless guns in larger calibers. Krupp seems toSource: Wikipedia

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10.5 cm Leichtgeschütz 42

The development history of the LG 42 isn't clear, but it seems obvious that the success of the company's 7.5 cm LG 40 during the Battle of Crete in 1941 spurred the Germans to continue development of recoilless guns in larger calibers. Krupp seems toSource: Wikipedia

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10.5 cm Luftminenwerfer M 15

a medium mortar used by Austria-Hungary in World War ISource: Wikipedia

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10.5 cm schwere Kanone 18

a field gun used by Germany in World War IISource: Wikipedia

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10.5" Corporate 14 Bolt Differential

10.5” Corporate 14 Bolt Differential is a heavy duty differential that is used by Chevrolet and GMCSource: Wikipedia

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10.5: Apocalypse

a 2006 television miniseries written, directed, and produced by John LafiaSource: Wikipedia

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10//2

a clothing line from Nike in association with cyclist and seven time Tour de France winner Lance ArmstrongSource: Wikipedia

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10/100

refers to Ethernet adapters or switch ports that supports two different speeds of Ethernet on the same portSource: Wikipedia

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10/100 switch

The terms 10/100 switch, 10/100 hub and 10/100 card refer to network switches, hubs and network cards capable of connecting to 10Mbit/s (10BASE-T) and 100Mbit/s (100BASE-T) network devices on the same interface port, adjusting their speed automaticalSource: Wikipedia

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10/100/1000

refers to Ethernet adapters or switch ports that support three different transfer rates on the same portSource: Wikipedia

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10/18

a French publishing house established in 1962 by Paul Chanterelle and Michel-Claude Jalard, which publishes only mass market paperbacksSource: Wikipedia

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10/22/00 - Las Vegas

a two-disc live album and the sixty-second in a series of 72 live bootlegs released by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam from the band's 2000 Binaural TourSource: Wikipedia

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10/25/00 - San Diego

a two-disc live album and the sixty-fourth in a series of 72 live bootlegs released by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam from the band's 2000 Binaural TourSource: Wikipedia

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10/40 Window

a term coined by Christian missionary strategist Luis Bush in 1990 to refer those regions of the eastern hemisphere located between 10 and 40 degrees north of the equator, a general area that in 1990 was purported to have the highest level of socioecSource: Wikipedia

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10/7/00 - Detroit

a two-disc live album and the fifty-first in a series of 72 live bootlegs released by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam from the band's 2000 Binaural TourSource: Wikipedia

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10/9/00 - Chicago

a two-disc live album and the fifty-third in a series of 72 live bootlegs released by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam from the band's 2000 Binaural TourSource: Wikipedia

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10/90 gap

refers to the statistical finding of the Global Forum for Health Research that only ten per cent of worldwide expenditure on health research and development is devoted to the problems that primarily affect the poorest 90 per cent of the world's populSource: Wikipedia

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100

is the fourth studio album by Andy StochanskySource: Wikipedia

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100

The 100, the 10 and the 1000 are fictional organized crime groups appearing in DC ComicsSource: Wikipedia

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100

is a Big Finish Productions audio drama based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor WhoSource: Wikipedia

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100

, Dear Jane's debut album, was released on August 27, 2006Source: Wikipedia

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100

, in comics,Source: Wikipedia

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100

The 100, the 10 and the 1000 are fictional organized crime groups appearing in DC ComicsSource: Wikipedia

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