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„Relativity“ - noun, singular or mass

The term Relativity is the 45.676th most common word of the English lanuguage and appears 800 times within reference text. Relativity is a lithograph print by the Dutch artist M. C. Escher, first printed in December 1953.º The part of speech is noun, singular or mass. There follow reference sentences of the term in full sentences: "... test Einsteins Theory of Relativity."¹ "Relativity theory leads to the ..."² "... the theory of Special Relativity."³ Rotated its written ytivitaleR. The term rhymes on Combativity, Passivity und Diffusivity. The according MD5 checksum is e7e9d2758686725ebc1c02c2400e0423 and the SHA1 checksum is e7825aa742b07f9c2e7ab44746f3fd2d338eae50. The T9 representation 7352848489 corresponds this term.

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word name: Relativity

part of speech: noun, singular or mass

other word forms: relativity

typical left word neighbours: Einsteins Sawyers General Special Pictures print label

typical right word neighbours: Gravitation Principle spacetime predicts Theory Springer recalls

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