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Gabrielle Émilie Le Tonnelier de Breteuil Marquise du Châtelet 

Quick Info  Born  17 December 1706 Paris, France  Died  10 September 1749 Lunéville, France  Summary  Émilie du Châtelet was a French noblewoman who became important to mathematics as the translator of Newton’s Principia.  Biography  We should first make some remarks about Émilie du Châtelet‘s name. Before her marriage her name was Gabrielle-Émilie Le Tonnelier de Breteuil and she was called…

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Urban Dictionary 

adjective  of, relating to, or designating a city or town:densely populated urban areas.  living, located, or taking place in a city:urban rooftop gardening.  characteristic of or accustomed to cities; citified:He’s an urban type—I can’t picture him enjoying a whole week at our cabin in the woods.  of or relating to the experience, lifestyle, or culture…

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Ukraine war live updates: Putin says everything’s going to plan in Ukraine; German defense minister resigns 

Russian President Vladimir Putin said the dynamics of the war in Ukraine, which Moscow calls a “special military operation,” are positive, with everything going according to the defense ministry’s plan.  Russia’s Defense Ministry said on Friday said Russian forces had captured Soledar in the eastern Donetsk region the previous day, after several days of conflicting…

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HOW MANY TEASPOONS IN A TABLESPOON 

Knowing how many teaspoons are in a tablespoon is essential for cooking and working with recipes.  Teaspoons and tablespoons are units of measurements. They are most often used when working with smaller amounts of ingredients, like spices, baking agents, salt, and extracts.  Understanding the difference between the two and how to scale up and down…

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Clefs

A clef is a symbol at the beginning of the staff that specifies the pitch of the notes on the staff. Different clefs are used, each with its own note as a starting point, so you can write low and high notes using the fewest possible ledger lines, thus making the notes easier to read.  Contents  1. Treble clef  The treble clef (also…

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