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A schematic description or representation of something, especially a system or phenomenon, that accounts for its properties and is used to study its.
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Imperial/us units, 5 ft 7 in si units, 17018 m this article is about the non- standard unit of measure for other uses, see smoot (disambiguation) the smoot /ˈsmuːt/ is a nonstandard, humorous unit of length created as part of an mit fraternity prank it is named after oliver r smoot, a fraternity pledge to lambda chi alpha, new words added to the fifth edition of the american heritage dictionary.
The american heritage dictionary of indo-european roots the english word ' pugnacious' is derived from the latin 'pugno ¯', meaning 'i fight', which is to its etymological root, typically the indo-european , latin, or greek ( watkins, 2011 . [middle english philosophie, from old french, from latin philosophia, from greek philosophiā, from philosophos, lover of wisdom, philosopher see.
[middle english ipocrisie, from old french, from late latin hypocrisis, play-acting, pretense, from greek hupokrisis, from hupokrīnesthai, to play a part, pretend. In 1958, members of the lambda chi alpha fraternity used one of their pledges, the 5′7 oliver smoot, jr, as a unit of measure they marked off the harvard.