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  • atomic The half-molecule of each has the same proportion, and the vapor density of O is 16. Atomic weight is obtained in a very different way.
  • catalog He put his finger on the catalog to verify his statement.
  • catlike But the head was jerked away with a motion of catlike deftness.
  • cottage It was hours later when Conal slammed the door of the cottage again.
  • gautama The Finest Buddhist Temple in all Indo-China, Containing Alleged Relics of Gautama.
  • geodetic He was not surprised, as he turned the corner of the veranda, to find Imura Kisaburo Hinamoto sitting with his feet on the railing, a cigarette in his mouth, and a volume, issued by the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, on his knee.
  • getting 4718. But you knew that what you were getting was cheaper than what you could get at his store?
  • gimmick Sterility is a good gimmick; impotence is even better.
  • godlike I compare them with his godlike figure, and I feel as one looking at the sun; all other objects appear dim and shapeless."
  • gordimer Saul Alinsky (agnostic) – American community organizer and writer; noted for the book Rules for Radicals Hannah Arendt (agnostic) – German-American writer and political theorist Alexander Berkman – anarchist known for his political activism and writing; a leading member of the anarchist movement in the early 20th century; while living in France, he continued his work in support of the anarchist movement, producing the classic exposition of anarchist principles, Now and After: The ABC of Communist Anarchism Yaron Brook – political activist, current president and executive director of the Ayn Rand Institute Tony Cliff – Trotskyist, was a founding member of the Socialist Review Group, which went on to become the Socialist Workers Party Ariel Dorfman (agnostic) – Argentine-Chilean novelist, playwright, essayist, academic, and human rights activist Marek Edelman – Polish political and social activist and cardiologist Norman Finkelstein – American political scientist, activist and author whose primary fields of research are the Israeli–Palestinian conflict and the politics of the Holocaust Clara Fraser – feminist and socialist political organizer who co-founded and led the Freedom Socialist Party and Radical Women Betty Friedan (agnostic) – American writer, activist and feminist; a leading figure in the Womens Movement in the United States; her 1963 book The Feminine Mystique is often credited with sparking the "second wave" of American feminism in the 20th century Emma Goldman – anarchist known for her political activism, writing, and speeches Nadine Gordimer* – South African political activist, writer; active in the anti-apartheid movement; Nobel Prize in Literature Abbie Hoffman (1936–1989) – American political and social activist Zeev Jabotinsky – Revisionist Zionist (nationalist) leader, author, orator, activist, soldier, and founder of the Jewish Self-Defense Organization in Odessa Naomi Klein – Canadian author and activist Adam Kokesh – American libertarian anti-war activist and self-professed anarcho-capitalist Rosa Luxemburg – Polish-German Marxist theorist, philosopher, economist and revolutionary socialist Henry Morgentaler – Canadian physician and prominent pro-choice advocate who has fought numerous legal battles for that cause Leonte Răutu – Bessarabiann-born Romanian communist activist and propagandist, chief ideologist of the Romanian Communist Party Rosika Schwimmer – Hungarian-born pacifist, feminist, female suffragist Elie Wiesel* (agnostic) – Romanian-born Jewish-American writer, professor, political activist and Holocaust survivor; author of 57 books, including Night, a work based on his experiences as a prisoner in the Auschwitz, Buna and Buchenwald concentration camps; awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1986 Entrepreneurs Louis Fles (1872–1940) – Dutch businessman and freethought activist who opposed organised religion, Zionism and Nazism, and favoured complete Jewish assimilation, secular humanism and democratic socialism.
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  • gametic But while following either the one plan or the other we shall be still awaiting the answer, which only genetic experiment can provide, to the question whether among the various types there are some which differ from the rest in a peculiar way: whether by having groups of characters linked together in especially durable combinations, or by possessing ingredients which cause greater or less disturbance in the processes of cell-division, and especially in the processes of gametic maturation, when they are united by fertilisation with complementary ingredients.

30 words made from the letters gettimg

3 letter words made from gettimg:

get, tie, gig, egg, tet, emg, tit, igg, mit, teg, meg, gem, igm, mei, gmt, ige.

4 letter words made from gettimg:

5 letter words made from gettimg:

mitte, igtgt.

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