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the use of blood, hair, a signature, or other substances unique to the person as a focus to supposedly heal a patient from afarSource: Wikipedia

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an atom with an unstable nucleus, which is a nucleus characterized by excess energy which is available to be imparted either to a newly-created radiation particle within the nucleus, or else to an atomic electron (see internal conversion)Source: Wikipedia

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Radionuclide cisternogram

a medical imaging study which involves injecting a radionuclide by lumbar puncture (spinal tap) into a patient's cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) to determine if there is abnormal CSF flow with the brain and spinal canal termed hydrocephalusSource: Wikipedia

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Dense materials that prevent the passage of electromagnetic radiation are called 'radiopaque'Source: Wikipedia

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a skyscraper in Auckland Park, Johannesburg, South AfricaSource: Wikipedia

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90Y is a beta emitterSource: Wikipedia

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an abnormal fear of ionizing radiation, also used in the sense of fear of X-raysSource: Wikipedia

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a branch of physics focused on the theoretical and experimental study of certain kinds of radiation: its emission, propagation, and interaction with the mediumSource: Wikipedia

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Radioplane BTT

a family of target drones produced by the Radioplane Company, and later NorthropSource: Wikipedia

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Radioplane OQ-2

the first mass-produced UAV or drone in the United StatesSource: Wikipedia

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a Finnish rock band formed in Oulu in 1986Source: Wikipedia

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a d i o q u a l i a is an art collaboration by New Zealanders, Adam Hyde and Honor Harger, founded in 1998 in AustraliaSource: Wikipedia

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a French automobile manufactured from 1920 until 1922Source: Wikipedia

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widely believed to be the world's first woman's radio station. radiOrakel in Oslo, Norway, was started in 1982, when Norwegian authorities decided to allow local radio stations to operateSource: Wikipedia

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the property of organisms which are capable of living in environments with very high levels of ionizing radiationSource: Wikipedia

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Radio Rock [] is an Italian local radio that airs from Rome, can be listened in most of Lazio, and streams over the internet from its websiteSource: Wikipedia

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Radioropa Info

the designation of the only German-language private broadcasting station in the long-wave rangeSource: Wikipedia

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Radios Appear

the first full length studio album by Sydney punk-rock band Radio BirdmanSource: Wikipedia

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the relative susceptibility of cells, tissues, organs or organisms to the harmful effect of ionizing radiationSource: Wikipedia

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a Swedish Internet radio station, operated by the non-profit association Seven BroadcastingSource: Wikipedia

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a chain of electronics retail stores in the United States, as well as parts of North America, Europe, Central America, South America and AfricaSource: Wikipedia

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the cult Lithuanian black comedy radio and TV show hosted by Algis Ramanauskas-Greitai and Rimas ŠapauskasSource: Wikipedia

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a global illumination algorithm used in 3D computer graphics renderingSource: Wikipedia

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the total emitted and reflected radiation leaving a surfaceSource: Wikipedia

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refers to the May 1915 crisis in Italy when crowds mobilized in Rome when it seemed Giovanni Giolitti, Prime Minister of Italy five times between 1892 and 1921, might return to the governmentSource: Wikipedia

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a unit for use in weather balloons that measures various atmospheric parameters and transmits them to a fixed receiverSource: Wikipedia

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a Canadian radio program, which aired on CBC Radio Two from 1997 to 2003Source: Wikipedia

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a Colombian electronic music (Lounge, Chillout, etc.) project started in 2005 by Mauricio Jiménez (keyboards in the band Frankie ha muerto) in Medellín, AntioquiaSource: Wikipedia

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of modern Eastern European origin and is used to describe one of several competitive amateur radio activitiesSource: Wikipedia

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is a medical procedure which allows non-invasive treatment of benign and malignant conditions, avascular malformations (AVM's), and some functional disorders by means of directed beams of ionizing radiationSource: Wikipedia

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a communications device that allows two or more people to talk using radioSource: Wikipedia

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a telecommunications system consisting of two or more teleprinters using radio as the transmission mediumSource: Wikipedia

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Radiotelevisión del Principado de Asturias

a public broadcasting company within the Asturias created in 2005Source: Wikipedia

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Radiotelevisione Svizzera di lingua Italiana

handles radio and television programs in ItalianSource: Wikipedia

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Radiotelevizija Slovenija

English: Radio-Television Slovenia or, more commonly, RTV SloveniaSource: Wikipedia

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Radiotherapy Action Group Exposure

R.A.G.E. - Radiotherapy Action Group Exposure, is an organisation supporting and campaigning for those suffering from injury from radiotherapy given as treatment for breast cancerSource: Wikipedia

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a privately held Dallas-based company that offers radio listings, including stations and programs, and provides Internet users over-the-air radio for online access since 2002Source: Wikipedia

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(Radio service) can refer to several entitiesSource: Wikipedia

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Radiotjänst i Kiruna

AB is Sweden's TV licensing bodySource: Wikipedia

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an internet radio based in Los Angeles, CaliforniaSource: Wikipedia

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a robot that reacts to radio frequency sourcesSource: Wikipedia

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Radiotrophic fungus

Radiotrophic fungi are a recent discovery, first seen as black molds growing inside and around the Chernobyl Nuclear Power PlantSource: Wikipedia

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a German internet radio showSource: Wikipedia

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They exclusively play alternative Christian music across all genres, with the most played including pop-rock, hard rock, punk, and hip-hop, as well as occasional emo, electronica/dance, and hardcore/metalSource: Wikipedia

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a village in Brvenica municipality near the town of Tetovo in Republic of MacedoniaSource: Wikipedia

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an internet radio station operating out of Bangalore, IndiaSource: Wikipedia

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a British radio advertising agency, based in Soho in LondonSource: Wikipedia

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can refer toSource: Wikipedia

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This article is about the music albumSource: Wikipedia

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a group of 11 AM stations across the Southern half of Western Australia playing the 'songs you can sing along to' and targeting the 35+ audienceSource: Wikipedia

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