Thursday, June 12, 2014

One's portion of death



68.    The scientific study of death,
And practices associated with it ,
Drama portraying the futility of human struggle,
In a senseless world,
One's portion of death,
The object of a person's perception,
The doctrine that human knowledge,
Is confined to the appearences presented to the senses,
Thing,
Appearing to view,
To show,
Phi,
Beta,
Kappa.

69.    A person who seeks to promote the welfare of others,
Especially by donating money,
To good causes,
Treatment or circumstances that,
Cause one to feel shame or to lose one's dignity,
Gracefully thin,
The hollow lower part of the shaft of a feather,
An illusion or apparition,
A distinct period of stage in a process of change or,
Development,
A fundamental part of a political or,
Other programme,
Be about to happen,
Impossible to pass through or enter.

70.    A substance,
Which can penetrate cracks, pores, and other surface defects,
Producing characteristic effects,
In the phenotypes of individuals possessing them,
Travelling place to place,
Working or based in a succession of places,
Each for a short period,
A situation of serious and immediate danger,
To try,
A monthly flow of blood and other material,
From the lining of the uterus,
Occuring in women of,
Child-bearing age when,
Not pregnant,
A comparision between two things,
A diminished capacity for physical sensation,
An act or right of selecting something.

71.    Alter slightly in order to achieve a correct,
Or desired result,
Related to a given function,
Matrix,
Or quantity by a particular process of transposition,
The section of community,
Regarded as readily influenced,
By advertising and mass media,
Be wise!
Poisoning produced by eating food,
Affected by ergot,
Resulting in headache, vomiting, diarrhoea,
And gangrene of the fingers and toes,
Most noticeable or important,
The quantity,
Obtained by dividing the number one,
By a given quantity,
The rearrangement of genetic material,
Especially by crossing over in chromosomes or,
By the artificial joining of,
DNA segments.

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