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Disparate
   means   
Composed of Inherently Different or Distinct Elements
Incongruous
U, Pu, Cm, Am, Es
   are all   
Radioactive Elements
Hustle
   is described as a   
Lively Disco Dance Derived from Swing Elements With a Plus-like Pattern
Nobelium, Roentgenium, Einsteinium, Curium
   are all   
Chemical Elements Named After People
Others include Bohrium, Fermium and Nobelium
Niobium, Tantalum, Thorium, Titanium, Vanadium
   are all   
Chemical Elements Named After Mythical Characters
Niobe and Tantalus from Greek Myth, Thor the Norse God of Thunder, the Titans from Greek Myth, and Scandanavian goddess Vanadis/Freyja
Niccolò Machiavelli
   said   
"Princes and Governments Are Far More Dangerous Than Other Elements Within Society"
Italian political philosopher and statesman
Euclid of Alexandria
   was   
The Writer of Euclid's Elements
Fl. 300 BCE
Book II, Chap. V.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That God Only, the Creator of All Things, is to Be Worshipped, and Not the Elements or Heavenly Bodies
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. VI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That Neither the Whole Universe nor the Elements Are God, nor Are They Possessed of Life
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. X.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The World, and Its Parts, the Elements and Seasons
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
The Epitome, Chap. XXVI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Worship of the Elements and Stars
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
Euclid
   wrote   
Elements
280 BC. mathematics
Marie Curie
   won for   
Discovery of the Elements Radium and Polonium
1911
Theodore William Richards
   won for   
The Atomic Weight of a Large Number of Chemical Elements
1914
Fritz Haber
   won for   
Synthesis of Ammonia from Its Elements
1918
Frédéric Joliot and Irene Joliot-Curie
   won for   
Synthesis of New Radioactive Elements
1935
Edwin Mattison McMillan and Glenn Theodore Seaborg
   won for   
Discoveries in the Chemistry of Transuranium Elements
1951
Sir William Ramsay
   won for   
Discovery of the Inert Gaseous Elements in Air
1904 - And his determination of their place in the periodic system
Barbara McClintock
   won for work on   
The Discovery of Mobile Genetic Elements
1983
Quantometer
   is used for   
Measuring Proportions of Elements in Metallic Samples
Atomic Symbol
   means   
The Letters Representing Each of the Elements
Noble Gases
   means   
Elements With Zero Valency
They form group 0 in the periodic table and are non-reactive.
Between-The-Lens Shutter
   is described as   
A Shutter Whose Blades Operate Between Two Elements of the Lens.
Composition
   is described as   
The Arrangement of the Elements in a Scene.
Dmitry Mendeleyev
   discovered   
The Periodic Table of the Elements
(1860s – 1870s) Realized that if all of the 63 known elements are arranged in order of increasing atomic weight, their properties are repeated according to certain periodic cycles. He formulated the periodic table of the elements and predicted the existence of elements that have not yet been discovered. Three of those elements were found during his lifetime: gallium, scandium and germanium.
Antoine Laurent Lavoisier
   wrote   
Elements of Chemistry
Influential textbook published in 1789
SANDWICHED
   means   
A Situation Where an Aircraft/element is Positioned Between Opposing Aircraft/elements






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