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  • Blues is one of the truly American modern art-forms. The blues is related to all the other major American branches in popular music especially jazz. Though
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  • Let's Jam! See Topic:Basic Blues & Rock See Portal talk:Music/Blues & Rock Blues basics Rock basics Learning materials and learning projects are located
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  • Blue minerals is a lecture and an article from the school of geology and the astronomy department of the school of physics and astronomy. It is about blue
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  • Blue astronomy is a lecture and an article as part of the astronomy department course on the principles of radiation astronomy. You are free to take this
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  • Often a mineral appears blue due to the presence of copper or sulfur. Glaucophane is a blue silicate that owes its color to its characteristic formation
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  • most recognised in popular culture as the primary instrument in pop, jazz, blues, country, and rock music. The guitar usually has six strings, but guitars
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  • Heliology is the science of Helios, Sol, otherwise known as the Sun. Def. the "scientific study of the Sun" is called heliology. Def. the "star
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  • Wikiversity the Movie/Music (category Basic Blues & Rock)
    Coming soon to a wiki theater near you ! Welcome to the Wikiversity the Movie Music Project. Participants make the sound track for Wikiversity the
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  • Rock basics (category Blues & Rock)
    Rock basics are intrinsically related to Blues basics. The most primitive Chord progression is known as the I-IV-V progression. In the key of E, the chords
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  • Jamming Online (category Blues & Rock)
    just like the Internet itself. We start with Basic Blues & Rock using the ubiquitous 12-bar blues in the key of E simply for good measure. I don't think
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  • Synchrotron radiation is radiation produced from particles traveling along curved paths near the speed of light. "Synchrotron radiation is the electromagnetic
    27 KB (2,799 words) - 04:51, 30 January 2016
  • In physics and chemistry, plasma is a state of matter similar to gas in which a certain portion of the particles are ionized. "[P]lasma is a state of
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  • Neptune (section Blues)
    Neptune is a gaseous-object in orbit around the Sun. Neptune has an equatorial radius of 24,764 ± 15 km and a polar radius of 24,341 ± 30 km.
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  • A natural object in any sky may be the subject of object astronomy. Def. a natural object in the sky especially at night is called an astronomical object
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  • social boundaries by breaching the principle of homology. ... Rhythm and blues has been so explicitly coded as black that it was first recorded on “race
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  • Arizona. Retrieved 2013-05-30.  Jim Wilson (March 23, 2008). "Saturn's Blues". Pasadena, California USA: NASA/JPL. Retrieved 2013-03-27.  Sue Lavoie
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  • When viewing any portion of the sky, changes may be detected that initially cannot be categorized or understood. These are often designated as an entity
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  • The science of radiation astronomy often focuses on natural objects in the sky about which physical and logical laws may be obtained. These radiation astronomy
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  • Earth (section Blues)
    other times was inclined." Main sources: Radiation astronomy/Blues and Blue astronomy Def. "[t]he gases surrounding the Earth or any astronomical
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  • many different styles of music including Bluegrass, New Acoustic, jazz, blues, country, classical, folk, and celtic. Technique is an incredibly important
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