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plural phe·nom·e·na \-nə, -ˌnä\ or phe·nom·e·nons. Definition of PHENOMENON. 1.

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Modeling of plant growth Phenomenons involving growth in volume
Peer-to-peer networks: pioneers, self-organisation, small-world
small-world-phenomenons. Patrick Baier.
Peer-to-peer networks - Pioneers, self-organisation, small-world
Pioneers, self-organisation, small-world-phenomenons.
A comparison of superradiance and negative phase velocity
The Fluorescence Phenomenon
The fluorescence phenomenon has been observed for thousands of years.

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Job seekers in Wisconsin frustrated over lack of work
The "Y" offers extensive resources and job training for those looking for work. Boyd says many of those seeking help have been unemployed for months, even years.
'Almost Johnny Cash' coming to town
A living prodigy to one of history's true phenomenons, he is almost – Johnny Cash. James and the band are doggedly dedicated to replicating the most authentic Johnny Cash tribute the world has ever seen. “It's not only about the voice” said James.
The Latino Social Hurricane
External phenomenons ignite conversations in social media, turning complete strangers into "friends" who really care about each other's family.
K-pop striking chord with the young
Fluent in Japanese, the so-called K-pop phenomenons go out of their way to impress fans with their dedication to the language and their high regard for the market. And being young, sexy and cute are definite pluses in the Japanese market.
Vidal reveals reason for Bayern snub
They are all phenomenons who are helping me greatly." Vidal also spoke of his desire to progress as a player, and cited the passionate Italian fans as a key motivating factor in his decision to join the Bianconeri.

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phenomenons - definition of phenomenons by the Free Online
phe·nom·e·non (f -n m -n n , -n n). n. pl.
Welcome to Phenomenon! Your guide through the mysterious and
Information about crop formations and images.
Phenomenon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A phenomenon (from Greek φαινόμενoν), plural phenomena or phenomenons, is any observable occurrence.
10 Bizarre Phenomena - Weird Worm
1. Ball Lightning This bizarre electrical phenomenon usually occurs during thunderstorms and lasts for up to thirty seconds. Balls of lightening are.
Phenomenon - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
plural phe·nom·e·na \-nə, -ˌnä\ or phe·nom·e·nons. Definition of PHENOMENON. 1.

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