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Bit error rate
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Kullback–Leibler divergence
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Mary Schmich
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Regression testing
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Wasserstein metric
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Block cipher mode of operation
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Birds Aren't Real
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Rip current
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Primitive recursive function
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Sudan function
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Meow Mix
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Tulsi Gabbard
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Northwest Ordinance
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Taxonomic rank
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Robbie (TV series)
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Gödel's Loophole
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Survival function
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Commitment scheme
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Lighthouse of Alexandria
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United States Department of Energy
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The Game (mind game)
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Audie Murphy
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Isaac Saul