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Bode, Broderick (c.1946 - 1996) Sallow-skinned wizard with a mournful face who works for the Department of Mysteries (GF7, OP8). Injured late in 1995 when …Lucius Malfoy Imperiused Bode into removing the Prophecy from the Department of Mysteries (OP26). Bode lost the power of speech and thought he was a teapot. He was regaining his health at St. Mungo's (OP23) when he was assassinated by a Devil's Snare plant that strangled him to death (OP19, OP23, OP25). It's ironic that this 'Unspeakable' was rendered incapable of speech by his injuries. Who killed him? While at St. Mungo's, he was visited by a "very old stooped wizard with a hearing trumpet" (OP22). And according to a (non-canon) planning chart for Order of the Phoenix, Macnair was the one visiting Bode at St. Mungo's on Christmas Eve. Taken from Harry Potter Lexicon - http://www.hp-lexicon.org/index-2.html (MORE)

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It is actually "humble abode" which means a humble home. Usage most common is "Welcome to my humble abode"

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In Large Ships

The Titanic Museum is a place where they show things they found on the titanic.

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A Bode plot, named after Dr. Bode, is the name given to a log-log plot of the frequency response of a continuaus time system. So then what's a frequency response? … It describes the steady-slate response of a system to a sinusoid of a particular frequency. Recall that a sinusoidal function (complex exponential) is an eigenfunction ofa CT system, meaning if ei" goes in, Kei" comes out, where Kis acomplex number. A Bodeplot is simply a graph of K vs. ro. Since K is complex, we will have to represent the frequency response as two sub-graphs. We could plot the real part and imaginary part separately, but it is much more intuitive to plot things as magnitude and phase versus ro. You can see this by rewriting K as Ael+. The outpul then becomes Aei (MORE)

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A museum is where you can go see things of historical significance... although "significance" is vastly different for different people. Some small towns have museums about the… history of the town, which is interesting to people who hold the town in some affection, and not so interesting to people who have never been there or who are trying to escape to a larger city. :).
There are museums that have specific themes... art museums are common, for instance. There are also Railroad museums, Tractor museums, Doll museums, Military museums, and almost anything else you can name. (MORE)

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a museum is a place with historical items such as old artifacts like computers or dinosaur bones, anything that is a part of history or that is old

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1.) both relative and absolute stability can be determined 2.) since it uses log values multiplication abd division can be converted to addition and subtraction …3.) it uses asymtotic approximation approch to determine approximate freequency response of a system. 4.) values of higher and lower freequencys can be plotted (MORE)

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the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent colrs just silver gold and black

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4

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Not only does the museum shop offer a chance for the visitor to take home a remembrance of the museum of some kind, but it also provides the museum with a source of income… to supplement ticket sales and donations. (MORE)