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can be defined as a set of designations in a subject fieldSource: Wikipedia

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a term in the sport of boulderingSource: Wikipedia

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a member of the Bear community in gay cultureSource: Wikipedia

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the study of terms and their useSource: Wikipedia

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Voice over Internet Protocol also called VoIP Terminology

Voice-over-Internet protocol (VoIP, ) is a protocol optimized for the transmission of voice through the Internet or other packet-switched networksSource: Wikipedia

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Switchblade Collectors Terminology

A list of common english language terms used to define variations of switchbladesSource: Wikipedia

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political also called Political terminology

The Chinese philosopher Confucius (551-471 BCE) was one of the first thinkers to adopt a distinct approach to political philosophySource: Wikipedia

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Attitude also called Ballet terminology

If the leg in attitude derrière is resting on the floor, then the pose is known as B-plusSource: Wikipedia

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Glossary of fan fiction terms also called Fanfiction terminology

The community surrounding modern fan fiction has generated a considerable number of unique subgenres and literary terminology over the past several decadesSource: Wikipedia

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Terminology Server

a piece of software that runs a server, which provides services to client applicationsSource: Wikipedia

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United States military nuclear incident terminology

The United States military uses a number of terms to define the magnitude and extent of nuclear incidentsSource: Wikipedia

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Anglicanism also called Anglican terminology

a tradition of Christian faithSource: Wikipedia

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R also called cricket terminology

one the last few batsmen, especially if incompetent at battingSource: Wikipedia

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Battle of Mill Springs also called the Battle of Fishing Creek in Confederate terminology

and the Battle of Logan's Cross Roads in Union terminology, was fought in Wayne and Pulaski counties, near current Nancy, Kentucky, on January 19, 1862, as part of the American Civil WarSource: Wikipedia

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Terminology planning policy

a planning activity for developing domain communication largely according to the needs and requirements of knowledge representationSource: Wikipedia

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Pocket Aces also called Poker terminology

The following is a glossary of poker terms used in Wikipedia poker articlesSource: Wikipedia

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Graffiti terminology

Like all slang and colloquialisms, the phrases vary in different cities and countriesSource: Wikipedia

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medical terminology

a vocabulary for accurately describing the human body and associated components, conditions, processes and process in a science-based mannerSource: Wikipedia

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Bent Spear also called United States military nuclear incident terminology

refers to incidents involving nuclear weapons, warheads, components or vehicles transporting nuclear material that are of significant interest but are not categorized as Pinnacle - Nucflash or Pinnacle - Broken ArrowSource: Wikipedia

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AT Field also called Evangelion terminology

short for "Absolute Terror Field." While in the series the characters always refer to it as "AT Field," the opening credits show the complete expressionSource: Wikipedia

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Andalite terminology

A compilation of Andalite terminology used throughout the Animorphs seriesSource: Wikipedia

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Scientology terminology

consists of a complex assortment of jargon used by Scientologists in conjunction with the practice of Scientology and in their everyday livesSource: Wikipedia

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