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Fields

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Fields

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. United States comedian and film actor (1880-1946); W. C. Fields; William Claude Dukenfield

Elysian Fields

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n.
  1. (Greek mythology) the abode of the blessed after death; Elysium

W. C. Fields

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n.
  1. United States comedian and film actor (1880-1946); Fields; William Claude Dukenfield

magnetic fields

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E.g.
  • Electric and magnetic fields obey the properties of superposition.
  • As with all magnetic storage, it is vulnerable to magnetic fields.
  • This means that diamagnetic materials are repelled by magnetic fields.

other fields

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E.g.
  • Category theory has been applied in other fields as well.
  • Labeling theory is also connected to other fields besides crime.
  • Katya may also refer to: In the arts: In other fields: In fiction:

oil fields

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  • It is one of the oldest oil fields in the state of Utah.
  • military outposts, remote oil fields).
  • Two more oil fields were captured by protesters shortly thereafter.

playing fields

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  • Moreover, Eton had no playing fields at the time.
  • Crouch End playing fields opened in 1892.
  • His father worked as a park ranger at the Bone Hill playing fields.

various fields

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  • in various fields as well MBA, MPhil and PhD.
  • The cast included many famous artists from various fields.
  • The alumni of the school have made their mark in the various fields.

fields such

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  • It appears in unlikely fields such as game theory.
  • Lying has become expected in fields such as trading.
  • Loews eventually diversified into fields such as insurance and natural gas.

different fields

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  • That ideology spanned many different fields of interest.
  • Pelletier attended several schools in several different fields.
  • The vacuum tubes used in the different fields were indistinguishable.

many fields

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  • Nansen was a pioneer and innovator in many fields.
  • It is a basic type of chart common in many fields.
  • There are applications of this phenomenon in many fields.

sports fields

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  • The adjacent Mill Road sports fields were not included in the sale.
  • The primary and high schools have adjacent campuses and share the same sports fields.
  • Nairnville park features sports fields that are used for football, rugby and cricket.

open fields

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  • Great fissures, and even chasms, appeared in the open fields.
  • Land was cleared surrounding the city to create open fields of fire.
  • Euskirchen is a rural town with large, open fields serving agricultural purposes.

fields of study

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  • Being "autonomous" has different meanings in different fields of study.
  • Merritt has written, co-authored, and published many works across many fields of study.
  • His fields of study and performance include graphics, oil painting, sculptures and ceramics.

related fields

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  • It caters for postgraduate students in medicine and other related fields.
  • All work and training programmes can lead to NVQ qualifications in related fields.
  • Students receive opportunities to work in the related fields as part of the senior year.

rice fields

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  • The eastern part of Vechoor includes rice fields.
  • A further 2.5 hectares of rice fields were damaged.
  • Most of the Odo Island scenes were filmed near rice fields.

paddy fields

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  • The paddy fields have become a thing of the past.
  • The village is inherited with lake and paddy fields.
  • Fish farming in paddy fields is also developing.

all fields

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  • It covers research in all fields of psychiatry.
  • If formula_1 all fields of order are isomorphic (see below).
  • They aimed to refine art and expand it to all fields of life.

gas fields

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  • Seven natural gas fields were tapped in the province.
  • From there, he took up work in the village's major gas fields.
  • It has developed wealth from extensive petroleum and natural gas fields.

gold fields

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  • met to work in the mines of the gold fields.
  • Panning is often marketed as a tourist attraction on former gold fields.
  • They emerged as commercial enterprises on the Victorian gold fields in 1854.

soccer fields

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  • The heavily used soccer fields include lights for night play.
  • 11 new soccer fields, Spartak metro station, Luzhniki station.
  • During the spring, the field hockey and soccer fields are used for lacrosse.

vector fields

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  • Equivalently, where are the coordinate vector fields.
  • The curl is a form of differentiation for vector fields.
  • If "r" = ∞, the space of vector fields is a Fréchet space.

athletic fields

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  • are used for athletic fields, faculty housing, and farmland.
  • Lake Creek High School has six athletic fields and a 996 seat auditorium.
  • These were donated by the Boltons, and a portion of them turned into athletic fields.

agricultural fields

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  • They hold major agricultural fields in the village.
  • These trailers are often seen on agricultural fields or at road construction sites.
  • Some wanted to learn new skills and leave the agricultural fields where most had worked.

farm fields

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E.g.
  • US 33 passes through farm fields and urban areas.
  • M-188 turns back due east on VFW Road to run through farm fields.
  • The road heads through wooded areas with some farm fields and homes.

electric fields

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E.g.
  • In highly non-uniform electric fields, the corona discharge process is applicable.
  • The study of electric fields created by stationary charges is called electrostatics.
  • Particle accelerators use electric fields to propel electrons and their antiparticles to high energies.

fields including

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  • His concepts and methods draw on fields including poetry, music and contemporary arts.
  • It may be applied to numerous different fields including: psychology, dietetics, nutrition, and marketing.
  • Prior to his involvement in emergency management, he worked in various fields including the finance industry.

baseball fields

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  • The entire south end of the complex consists of baseball fields.
  • Empty lots were used by children and the athletic as baseball fields.
  • The park includes four softball fields, eight Little League baseball fields, and six soccer fields.

fields of science

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  • Today, its activities cover several fields of science and engineering.
  • These discoveries were important in many fields of science and engineering.
  • They are: Probes tips have a wide variety of applications in different fields of science and technology.

variety of fields

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  • It offers technical training in a variety of fields.
  • APHC personnel have expertise in a variety of fields.
  • Alfano picks guests from a variety of fields to talk about the creative experience.

football fields

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The football fields are equipped with floodlight.
  • The complex is the length of three football fields.
  • New houses built close to the horse racing and football fields.
E.g.
  • Sources of electromagnetic fields consist of two types of charge – positive and negative.
  • The normal tickets are magnetic and can be damaged by exposure to other electromagnetic fields.
  • Nonlinear dynamics can occur when electromagnetic fields couple to matter that follows nonlinear dynamical laws.

respective fields

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  • The resident members of faculty offer teaching in their respective fields of competence.
  • Both courses prepare attorneys for the Certified Specialist exams in their respective fields.
  • Fierstein and Lauper had both gained previous critical acclaim and honors in their respective fields.

coal fields

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  • The Chegdomyn coal fields are north of Novy Urgal.
  • The black diamond shape alludes to the coal fields of West Virginia.
  • Extension to the coal fields did not result in immediate prosperity.

several fields

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  • In the United States guilds exist in several fields.
  • Rood has made contributions to several fields of research.
  • Streitman was educated abroad, and trained in several fields.

fields teams

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • The club fields teams at both senior and junior level.
  • The club fields teams in both hurling and Gaelic football.

scientific fields

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  • Open problems exist in all scientific fields.
  • Applications of matrices are found in most scientific fields.
  • She is also known for her work in actively encouraging women to pursue careers in scientific fields.

fields of research

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  • Rood has made contributions to several fields of research.
  • Georghiou is active in research and policy advice in the fields of research and innovation policy, foresight, and evaluation.
  • The fields of research activity of the Faculty of Health Sciences are health promotion, nursing processes and standards in nursing activity.

force fields

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Some of the simplest physical fields are vector force fields.
  • These forces arise from the presence of the body in force fields, "e.g."
  • It is an attribute of matter, radiation, and non-gravitational force fields.

fields around

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  • It also owns sheep and has fields around Hebron and Itamar.
  • During football season, the Mustang Band typically fields around 200 members.
  • • On March 12, 1852 Elvira writes that the children are playing in the clover fields around Rivermont.

fields made

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  • Power and water infrastructure as well as other special developed areas made up 5.7% of the area while parks, green belts and sports fields made up 1.2%.
  • Power and water infrastructure as well as other special developed areas made up 3.5% of the area while parks, green belts and sports fields made up 2.0%.
  • Power and water infrastructure as well as other special developed areas made up 2.7% of the area while parks, green belts and sports fields made up 8.9%.

fields made up

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Power and water infrastructure as well as other special developed areas made up 5.7% of the area while parks, green belts and sports fields made up 1.2%.
  • Power and water infrastructure as well as other special developed areas made up 3.5% of the area while parks, green belts and sports fields made up 2.0%.
  • Power and water infrastructure as well as other special developed areas made up 2.7% of the area while parks, green belts and sports fields made up 8.9%.

diverse fields

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  • Anarchism's thought, criticism and praxis has played a part in diverse fields of human society.
  • Finally, Part I illustrates that there "are" meaningful theorems in economics, which apply to diverse fields.
  • Augustine's large contribution of writings covered diverse fields including theology, philosophy and sociology.

sports fields made

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Power and water infrastructure as well as other special developed areas made up 5.7% of the area while parks, green belts and sports fields made up 1.2%.
  • Power and water infrastructure as well as other special developed areas made up 3.5% of the area while parks, green belts and sports fields made up 2.0%.
  • Power and water infrastructure as well as other special developed areas made up 2.7% of the area while parks, green belts and sports fields made up 8.9%.

academic fields

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E.g.
  • degrees in 50 academic fields.
  • In his lectures at the Philosophy Academy, Inoue pioneered several academic fields.
  • This relationship between ideology and serious work is particularly ambiguous in the academic fields of historical importance.

softball fields

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E.g.
  • The complex is also home to baseball, and softball fields.
  • The school's soccer and softball fields are also named after Nemzek.
  • Also on the campus are baseball and softball fields, a soccer/football field, and a track.

following fields

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  • The IFR’s research focus is on the following fields of specialisation:
  • The utility can be added to the applications menu by an entry with the following fields:
  • and B.Tech degree is four years (eight semesters) long and is offered in the following fields

new fields

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  • Each release of z/OS brings new fields.
  • A Turu man can obtain land through inheritance or clearing new fields.
  • Members of the Collective continued to develop their own careers or engage in new fields.

finite fields

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  • See also general linear group over finite fields.
  • To use a jargon, finite fields are perfect.
  • For example, coding theory makes use of matrices over finite fields.

research fields

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  • About 58% of employees are in medical and research fields.
  • In addition, 14 special research fields add to the institute's profile.
  • His research fields include geometric group theory and low-dimensional topology.

cultivated fields

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  • It has a roadside bazaar among the cultivated fields.
  • It is often found in cultivated fields and in urban areas inside the houses.
  • There were large cultivated fields of yams, manioc and coconut trees on this island.

range of fields

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  • Mason's work covered a wide range of fields.
  • Bruce Trigger contributed to a wide range of fields and wrote on many aspects of archaeology.
  • These categories covered a broad range of fields such as entertainment, academics, and popular culture.

fields of education

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  • He worked in the fields of education, health, and rural self-reliance.
  • Numerous projects in the fields of education, agriculture, industry and finance were undertaken.
  • Their contributions can be found, but are not limited to, the fields of education, commerce and entertainment.

such fields

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  • Practical applications and advances in such fields created an increasing need for standardised units of measure.
  • Instead, it appears that Chaucer creates fictional characters to be general representations of people in such fields of work.
  • Karl Lashley did experiments with gold foil pieces inserted in monkey brains purporting to show that such fields did not exist.

fields near

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  • There are two additional fields near the main ground.
  • A sail-less windmill stands in fields near the village and is the location of Shop on the Pond.
  • Pilar, a local Cajun girl working in the rice fields near the convicts’ camp agrees to help Max.

main fields

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  • His main fields of interest are sexual behavior, relationship dynamics, and religion.
  • Maden rugs used cochineal red for their main fields, which are narrow and slim, as typical for Niğde rugs.
  • His artistic output should be actually seen as a connection of two main fields: photography&film and painting.

club fields

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E.g.
  • The club fields 5 adult teams and an under-20 team.
  • The club fields teams at both senior and junior level.
  • The club fields teams in both hurling and Gaelic football.

number fields

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  • For general number fields, no such explicit description is known.
  • Cyclotomic fields are among the most intensely studied number fields.
  • Kronecker's Jugendtraum asks for a similarly explicit description of of general number fields .

number of fields

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E.g.
  • "NF" is the number of fields in the current line, e.g.
  • The number of fields increased from conference to conference.
  • The concept of choice architecture exists in a number of fields.

cotton fields

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E.g.
  • Cash and his family sang it to themselves while they worked in the cotton fields following Jack's death.
  • Other pesticides persisting in cotton fields in the United States include Trifluralin, Toxaphene and DDT.
  • They transformed the desert area into agricultural fields which they worked and cultivated thousands of acres of cotton fields.

crop fields

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  • About 97,000 hectares (240,000 acres) of crop fields were wrecked.
  • It grows as a common weed in disturbed habitat such as crop fields.
  • Vongfong flooded of crop fields, and storm flooding also damaged hundreds of reservoirs.

cane fields

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E.g.
  • He worked alongside his father in the sugar cane fields of Louisiana.
  • After 1833, the freed African slaves declined employment in the cane fields.
  • The village is located among rice paddies, banana trees and sugar cane fields.
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