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par·a·dox

(par'ă-doks), Avoid the jargonistic use of this word to meaan simply 'something unusual or unexpected'.
That which is apparently, although not actually, inconsistent with or opposed to the known facts in any case.
[G. paradoxos, incredible, beyond belief, fr. doxa, belief]

paradox

Vox populi A thing that appears illogical or counterintuitive to that which is known to be correct. See Anion paradox, Asher's paradox paradox, C value paradox, Calcium paradox, French paradox, Glucose paradox, Grandfather paradox, Oxygen paradox, Sherman paradox.

par·a·dox

(par'ă-doks)
That which is apparently, although not actually, inconsistent with or opposed to the known facts in any case.
[G. paradoxos, incredible, beyond belief, fr. doxa, belief]

par·a·dox

(par'ă-doks)
That which is apparently, although not actually, inconsistent with or opposed to known facts in any case.
[G. paradoxos, incredible, beyond belief, fr. doxa, belief]
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Although there is no central recommendation from the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare on physical training in cardiac rehabilitation for atrial fibrillation, this training is offered at the hospital in Alingsas where Maria Borland works.
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Liverpool Crown Court heard how, "in a cruel and bitter irony", Mrs Borland worked helping disadvantaged, dysfunctional children, like Cardwell.
Borland exposed himself to the officer when he spoke to him about urinating in public and threw a punch at him.
Five months later she is "healthy and developing well." Borland ends her story on this happy and encouraging note:
''From what I've researched and what I've experienced, I don't think it's worth the risk,'' Borland said in the interview.
Borland said: "Including the excluded is what I'm all about.
The search-rate limitation that Facebook implemented on Monday still allowed around 300 requests to be made from an account, Borland said.
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Rachel Borland has been appointed principal of Abbey College following a 30-year career teaching in Hong Kong, the Middle East and Africa.
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