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Ernst A.H., Swedish anatomist and physician, 1832-1901. See: foramen of Key-Retzius, sheath of Key and Retzius.
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key

a character of special significance in an organism. Such characters are used in a system for determining the identity of an organism on the basis of the presence or absence of a succession of characters. Usually such keys are DICHOTOMOUS (2); that is to say, at each step there is a choice between two possibilities. Keys, however, may have more than two characters at each step and there is a gradual elimination of absent characters until identification is made.
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If that's the case, then it's also a safe bet the XZ3 will also support Qi wireless charging like the XZ2.
As mentioned above, the device supports Qi wireless charging with 7.5W quick charging support, which the company says can fully charge the smartphone under three hours.
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