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CHAPTER X

[79]

Of the Gestures
This chapter may be divided into the following parts:
1. Attitudes.
2. Circumambulations (and similar movements).
3. Changes of position (This depends on the theory of the
construction of the circle.
4. The Knocks or Knells.
I
Attitudes are of two kinds: natural and artificial. Of the first
kind, prostration is the obvious example. It comes natural to man
(poor creature!) to throw himself to the ground in the presence of
the object of his adoration.1
Intermediate between this and the purely artificial form of
gesture comes a class which depends on acquired habit. Thus it is
natural to an European officer to offer his sword in token of
surrender. A Tibetan would, however, squat, put out his tongue,
and place his hand behind his right ear.
Purely artificial gestures comprehend in their class the majority
of definitely magick signs, though some of these simulate a natural
actione.g. the sign of the Rending of the Veil. But the sign of
Auramoth (see Equinox I (2), Illustration, The Signs of the Grades2)
merely imitates a hieroglyph which has only a remote connection
with any fact in nature.3 All signs must of course be studied with
infinite patience, and practised until the connection between them [80]
and the mental attitude which they represent appears necessary.


1. The Magician must eschew prostration, or even the bending of the knee in
supplication, as infamous and ignominious, an abdication of his sovereignty.
2. [Reproduced in Liber O, Appendix VII, infra.]
3. [The reference is to the descending triangle of Water. Some of the Signs of
the Grades are based on traditional depiction of Egyptian Gods; Auramoth and
Thoum-Aesch-Neith though were invented by the Golden Dawn, the names
concocted on Qabalistic principles to refer to Water and Fire.]

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II
The principal movement in the circle is circumambulation.1 This
has a very definite result, but one which is very difficult to describe.
An analogy is the dynamo. Circumambulation properly peformed
in combination with the Sign of Horus (or The Enterer) on
passing the East is one of the best methods of arousing the
macrocosmic force in the Circle. It should never be omitted unless
there be some special reason against it.
A particular tread seems approriate to it. This tread should be
light and stealthy, almost furtive, and yet very purposeful. It is the
pace of the tiger who stalks the deer.
The number of circumambulations should of course correspond
to the nature of the ceremony.
Another important movement is the spiral, of which tere are two
principal forms, one inward, one outward. They can be performed
in either direction; and, like the circumambulation, if performed
deosil2 they invokeif widdershins,3 they banish.4 In the spiral the
tread is light and tipping, almost approximating to a dance: while
performing it the Magician will usually turn on his own axis, either
[81] in the same direction as the spiral, or in the opposite direction. Each
combination involves a different symbolism.
There is also the dance proper; it has many different forms,
each God having his own special dance. One of the easiest and
most effective dances is the ordinary waltz-step combined with the
three signs of L.V.X. It is much easier to attain ecstasy in this way
than is generally supposed. The essence of the process consists in


1. In Part II of this Book 4 is was assumed that the Magician went barefoot. This
would imply his intention to make intimate contact with his Circle. But he may
wear sandals, for the Ankh is a sandal-strap; it is borne by the Egyptian Gods to
signify their power of Going, that is their eternal energy. By shape the Ankh (or
Crux Ansata) suggests that formula by which this Going is effect in actual practice.
2. i.e., in the same direction as the hands of a watch move.
3. i.e., in the opposite direction.
4. Such, at least is the traditional interpretation. But there is a deeper design
which may be expressed through the direction of rotation. Certain forces of the
most formidable character may be invoked by circumambulation Widdershins
when it is executed with intent toward them, and the initiated technique. Of such
forces Typhon is the type, and the war of the Titans against the Olympians the
legend. (Teitan, Titan, has in Greek the numerical value of 666). [For examples of
rituals, nominally of invocation, which employ widdershins circumabulations, see
Liber Samkeh (Appendix IV, p. 245), and Liber V vel Reguli (Appendix VI, p.
304). The point perhaps relates to the apparent motion of the stars about the Pole
Star in the night sky of the northern hemisphere.]

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the struggle of the Will against giddiness; but this struggle must be
prolonged and severe, and upon the degree of this the quality and
intensity of ecstasy attained may depend.
With practice, giddiness is altogether conquered; exhaustion then
takes its place as the enemy of Will. It is through the mutual
destruction of these antagonisms in the mental and moral being
of the magician that samdhi is begotten.
III
Good examples of the use of change of position are given in the
manuscripts Z.1 and Z.3,1 explanatory of the Neophyte Ritual of the
G.D., where the candidate is taken to various stations in the
Templem each station having a symbolic meaning of its own; but in
pure invocation a better example is given in Liber 831.2
In the construction of a ceremony an important thing to decide is
whether you will or will not make such movements. For every
Circle has its own natural symbolism, and even if nouse is to be
made of these facts, one must be careful not to let anything be inharmonious with the natural attri butions.3 For the sensitive aura of the
magician might be disturbed, and the value of the ceremony completely destroyed, by the embarassment caused by the discovery of
some such error, just as if a pre-occupied T-totaller found that he
had strayed into a Temple of the Demon Rum! It is therefore
impossible to neglect the theory of the Circle.
To take a simple example, suppose that, in an Evocation of [82]
Bartzabel, the planet Mars, whose sphere is Geburah (Severity) were
situated (actually, in the heavens) opposite to the Square of Chesed
(Mercy) of the Tau in the Circle, and the triangle placed accordingly.
It would be improper for the Magus to stand on that Square unless
using this formula, I, from Chesed, rule Geburah through the Path
of the Lion; whiletaking an extreme caseto stand on the square
of Hod (which is naturally dominated by Geburah) would be a
madness which only a formula of the very highest Magick could
counteract.


1. Equinox I (2), pp. 244-260 [As printed in the Equinox, Z.1 and Z.3 were
significantly abridged; they appear in full in Regardie (ed.), The Golden Dawn].
2. Equinox I (7), pp. 93 sqq. [Also Appendix VII, p. 382 of this book.]
3. The practical necessities of the work are likely to require certain movements.
One should either exclude this symbolism altogether, or else think out everything
beforehand, and make it significant. Do not let some actions be symbolic and
others haphazard.

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Certain positions, however, such as Tiphareth,1 are so sympathetic to the Magus himself that he may use them without reference
to the nature of the spirit, or of the operation; unless he requires an
exceptionally precise spirit free of all extraneous elements, or one
whose nature is diffucltly compatible with Tiphareth.
To show how these positions may be used in conjunction with
the spirals, suppose that you are invoking Hathor, Goddess of Love,
to descend upon the Altar. Standing on the square of Netzach you
will make your invocation to Her, and then dance and inward spiral
deosil ending at the foot of the altar, where you sink on your knees
with your arms raised above the altar as if inviting Her embrace.2
To conclude, one may add, that natural artistic ability, if you
possess it, forms an excellent guide. All Art is Magick.
Isadora Duncan has this gift of dancing in a very high degree.
Let the reader study her dancing; if possible rather in private than
in public, and learn the superb unconsciousness which is magical
consciousness with which she suits the action to the melody.3
There is no more potent means that Art of calling forth true
Gods to visible appearance.
IV

[83]

The knocks or knells are all of the same character. They may be
described, collectively the difference between them consists only
in this, that the instrument with which they are made seals them
with its own special properties. It is of no great importance (even
so) whether they are made by clapping the hands, or stamping the
feet, by strokes of one of the weapons, or by the theoretically
appropriate instrument, the bell. It may nevertheless be admitted
that they become more importance in the ceremony if the Magician
considers it worth while to take up4 an instrument whose single
purpose is to produce them.
Let it be laid down that a knock asserts a connection between the
Magician and the object which he strikes. Thus the use of the bell,
or of the hands, means that the Magician wishes to impress the
atmosphere of the whole circle with what has been or is about to be


1. Tiphareth is hardly dominated even by Kether. It is the son rather than the
servant.
2. But NOT in supplication. [Cf. note 1, p. 73, and note 1, p. 14, supra.]
3. This passage was written in 1911 e.v. Wake Duncan with thy Knocking? I
would thou couldst!
4. Any action not purely rhythmical is a disturbance.

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done. He wishes to formulate his will in sound, and radiate it in
every direction; moreover, to influence that which lives by breath in
the sense of his purpose, and to summon it to bear witness to the
Word. The hands are used as symbols of his executive power, the
bell to represent his consciousness exalted into music. To strike
with the wand is to utter the fiat of creation; the cup vibrates with
his delight in receiving spiritual wine. A blow with the dagger is
like the signal for battle. The disk is used to express the throwing
down of the price of ones purchase. To stamp with the foot is to
declare ones mastery of the matter in hand. Similarly, any other
form of giving knocks has its own virtue. From the above examples
the intelligent student will have perceived the method of interpreting
each individual case that may come in question.
As above said, the object struck is the object impressed. Thus, a
blow upon the altar affirms that he has complied with the laws of
his operation. To strike the lamp is to summon the Light divine.
Thus for the rest.
It must also be observed that many combinations of ideas are
made possible by this convention. To strike the wand within the
cup is to apply the creative will to its proper complement, and so
perform the Great Work by the formula of Regeneration. To strike [84]
with the hand on the dagger declares that one demands the use of
the dagger as a tool to extend ones executive power. The reader
will recall how Siegfried smote Nothung, the sword of Need, upon
the lance of Wotan. By the action Wagner, who was instructed how
to apply magical formul by one of the heads of our Order,1
intended his hearers to understand that the reign of authority and
paternal power had scome to an end; that they new master of the
world was intellect.
The general object of a knock or knell is to mark a stage in the
ceremony. Sasaki Sigetsu tells us in his essay on Shinto2 that the
Japanese are accustomed to clap their hands four times to drive
away evil spirits. He explains that what really happens is that the


1. [The allusion may be to Theodor Reuss, although Reuss association with
Wagner was significantly later than the writing of the libretto of Siegfried. In The
Book of Thoth Crowley claims that The dramatic setting of Wagners Parsifal was
arranged by the then head of the O.T.O.; Reuss, in an esoteric commentary on
Parsifal (Parsifal and the Secret of the Graal Unveiled) makes a less grandiose claim;
that he was an acquaintance of Wagner and was present (possibly as a performer) at
rehearsals and productions of the work in 1882.]
2. [In The International, April 1918.]

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sudden and sharp impact of the sound throws the mind into an
alert activity which enables it to break loose from the obsession of
its previous mood. It is aroused to apply itself aggressively to the
ideas which had oppressed it. There is therefore a perfectly rational
interpretation of the psychological power of the knock.
In a Magical ceremony the knock is employed for much the same
purpose. The Magician uses it like the chorus in a Greek play. It
helps him to make a clean cut, to turn his attention from one part of
the work to the next.
So much for the general character of the knock or knell. Even
this limited point of view offers great opportunities to the
resourceful Magician. But further possbilities lie to our hand. It is
not usually desirable to attempt to convey anything except
emphasis, and possibly mood, by varying the force of the blow. It is
obvious, moreover, that there is a natural correspondence between
the hard loud knock of imperious comm and on the one hand, and
the soft slurred knock of sympathetic comprehension on the other.
It is easy to distinguish between the bang of the outraged creditor at
the front, and the hushed tap of the lover at the bedroom, door.
Magical theory cannot here add instruction to instinct.
But a knock need not be single; the possible combinations are
evidently infinite. We need only discuss the general principles of
[85] determining what number of strokes will be proper in any case, and
how we may interrupt any series so as to express our ideas by
means of structure.
The general rule is that a single knock has no special significance
as such, because unity is omniform. It represents Kether, which is
the source of all things equally without partaking of any quality by
which we distinguish one thing from another. Continuing on these
lines, the number of knocks will refer to the Sephira or other ideas
Qabalistically cognate with that number. Thus, 7 knocks will
intimate Venus, 11 the Great Work, 17 the Trinity of Fathers, and 19
the Feminine Principle in its most general sense.
Analyzing the matter a little further, we remark firstly that a
battery of too many knocks is confusing, as well as liable to overweight the other parts of the ritual. In practice, 11 is about the limit.
It is usually not difficult to cover all necessary ground with that
number.
Secondly, each is so extensive in scope, and includes aspects so
diverse from a practical standpoint that our danger lies in vagueness.
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A knock should be well defined; its meaning should be precise. The
very nature of knocks suggests smartness and accuracy. We must
therefore devise some means of making the sequence significant of
the special sense which may be appropriate. Our only resource is in
the use of intervals.
It is evidently impossible to attain great variety in the smaller
numbers. But this fact illustrates the excellence of our system. There
is only one way of striking 2 knocks, and this fact agrees with the
nature of Chokmah; there is only one way of creating. We can
express only ourselves, although we do so in duplex form. But
there are three ways of striking 3 knocks, and these 3 ways
correspond to the threefold manner in which Binah can receive the
creative idea. There are three possible types of triangle. We my
understand an idea either as an unity tripartite, as an unity dividing
itself into a duality, or as a duality harmonized into an unity. Any
of these methods may be indicated by 3 equal knocks; 1 followed,
after a pause, by 2; and 2 followed, after a pause, by 1.
As the nature of the number becomes more complex, the possible
varieties increase rapidly. There are numerous ways of striking 6,
each of which is suited to the nature of the several aspects of [86]
Tiphareth. We may leave the determination of these points to the
ingenuity of the student.
The most generally useful and adaptable battery is composed of
11 strokes. The principal reasons for this are as follows. Firstly, 11 is
the number of Magick in itself. Secondly, it is the sacred number par
excellence of the new on. As it is written in the Book of the Law: 11,
as all their numbers who are of us. Thirdly, it is the number of the
letters of the word ABRAHADABRA, which is the word of the on.
The structure of this word is such that it expresses the GreatWork,
in every one of its aspects. Lastly, it is possible thereby to express all
possible spheres of operation, whatever their nature. This is effected
by making an equation between the number of the Sephira and the
difference between that number and 11. For example, 2=98 is the
formula of the grade of initiation corresponding to Yesod. Yesod
represents the instability of air, the sterility of the moon; but these
qualities are balanced in it by the stability implied in its position as
the Foundation, and by its function of generation. This complex is
further equilibrated by identifying it with the number 2 of Chokmah,
which possesses the airy quality, being the Word, and the lunar
quality, being the reflection of the sun of Kether as Yesod is of the
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sun of Tiphareth. It is the wisdom which is the foundation by being
creation. This entire cycle of ideas is expressed in the double
formula 2=98, 9=28; and any of these ideas may be selected and
articulated by a suitable battery.
We may conclude with a single illustration of how the above
priciples may be put into practice. Let us suppose that the Magician
contemplates an operation for the purpose of helping his mind to
resist the tendency to wander. This will be a work of Yesod. But he
must emphasis the stability of that Sephirah as against the Airy
quality which is possesses. His first action will be to put the 9 under
the protection of the 2; the battery at this stage will be 1-9-1. But this
9 as it stands is suggestive of the changefulness of the moon. It may
occur to him to divide this into 4 and 5, 4 being the number of fixity,
law, and authoritative power; and 5 that of courage, energy, and
[87] triumph of the spirit over the elements. He will reflect, moreover,
that 4 is symbolic of the stability of matter, while 5 expresses the
same idea with regard to motion. At this stage the battery will
appear as 1-2-5-2-1. After due consideration he will probably
conclude that to split up the central 5 would tend to destroy the
simplicity of his formula, and decide to use it as it stands. The
possible alternative would be to make a single knock the centre of
his battery as if he appealed to the ultimate authority of Kether,
invoking that unity by placing a fourfold knock on either side of it.
In this case, his batter would be 1-4-1-4-1. He will naturally have
been careful to preverse the balance of each part of the battery
against the corresponding part.
This would be particularly
necessary in an operation such as we have chosen for our example.

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Wikipedia - Aspergillus botucatensis -- Species of fungus
Wikipedia - Aspergillus clavatus -- Species of fungus
Wikipedia - Aspergillus cretensis -- Species of mold
Wikipedia - Aspergillus micronesiensis -- Species of mold
Wikipedia - Aspergillus oryzae -- filamentous fungus
Wikipedia - Aspergillus siamensis -- Species of fungus
Wikipedia - Aspergillus wentii -- Fungus of the genus Aspergillus
Wikipedia - Aspergirls -- Non-fiction book by American author Rudy Simone
Wikipedia - Asperity (materials science) -- Unevenness of surface, roughness, and ruggedness
Wikipedia - Aspern Nord (Vienna U-Bahn) -- Vienna U-Bahn station
Wikipedia - AspernstraM-CM-^_e (Vienna U-Bahn) -- Vienna U-Bahn station
Wikipedia - Aspersion -- Act of sprinkling with water, especially holy water, in a religious context
Wikipedia - Asperugo -- Genus of flowering plants in the borage family Boraginaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula affinis -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula aristata -- Species of flowering plants in the coffee family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula baenitzii -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula beckiana -- Species of flowering plant in Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula boissieri -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula brachyantha -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula breviflora -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula chlorantha -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula fragillima -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula gunnii -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Asperula gussonei -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula kotschyana -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula libanotica -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula lilaciflora -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula littoralis -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Asperula microphylla -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula mungieri -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula muscosa -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula oetaea -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula orientalis -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula paui -- Species of flowering plant in Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula pestalozzae -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula pinifolia -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula pontica -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula pulvinaris -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula rumelica -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula serotina -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula seticornis -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula sintenisii -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula stricta -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula suffruticosa -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula taygetea -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula tenuifolia -- species of plant in the family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Asperula tinctoria -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Asperula -- Genus of flowering plants in the coffee family Rubiaceae
Wikipedia - Aspidosperma quebracho-blanco
Wikipedia - Asplenium vespertinum -- Species of fern in the family Aspleniaceae
Wikipedia - Assassination of Spencer Perceval -- 1812 murder of the British prime minister
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Wikipedia - Assateague Island National Seashore -- Barrier island operated by the National Park Service of the United States
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Wikipedia - Asselian -- First stage of the Permian
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Wikipedia - Astrophysics Data System -- Digital Library portal operated by the Smithsonian
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Wikipedia - Atomic Age (design) -- Design style from the approximate period 1940-1960, when concerns of nuclear war dominated the West during the Cold War
Wikipedia - Atomic Age -- Period of history (1945-)
Wikipedia - Atomicity (database systems) -- Property of the ACID database system
Wikipedia - Atomic operations (computing)
Wikipedia - Atomic operation
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Wikipedia - Atractomorpha (grasshopper) -- Genus of grasshoppers
Wikipedia - Atractomorpha similis -- Species of grasshopper
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Wikipedia - Atrocities in the Congo Free State -- Atrocities perpetrated in the Congo Free State under the personal rule of King Leopold II of Belgium
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Wikipedia - Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder predominantly inattentive
Wikipedia - Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder
Wikipedia - Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder -- Neurodevelopmental disorder marked by difficulty focusing, or excessive activity and impulsive behavior
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Wikipedia - Attitude (psychology) -- Psychological construct, a mental and emotional entity that inheres in, or characterizes a person
Wikipedia - Attribute (computing) -- Metadata which defines a property
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Wikipedia - Attuma -- Fictional comic book supervillain
Wikipedia - ATV (Peruvian TV channel) -- Peruvian broadcast television network
Wikipedia - Atympanum nigrofasciatum -- Species of grasshopper
Wikipedia - Atympanum -- Genus of grasshopper
Wikipedia - Atypoidea -- Superfamily of arachnids
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Wikipedia - Auditory perception
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Wikipedia - Augusta M-CM-^Vhrstrom-Renard -- Swedish operatic mezzosoprano
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Wikipedia - Augusto B. Leguia -- Peruvian politician and President of Peru (1863-1932)
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Wikipedia - Aulocara elliotti -- Species of grasshopper
Wikipedia - Aulocara femoratum -- Species of grasshopper
Wikipedia - Aulocara -- Genus of grasshoppers
Wikipedia - Aulus Avilius Flaccus -- Imperial Roman prefect of Alexandria
Wikipedia - Aulus (praenomen) -- Roman personal name
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Wikipedia - Aunt Sal -- Fictional character from the British soap opera EastEnders
Wikipedia - Aura (mythology) -- Divine personification of the breeze in Greek and Roman mythology
Wikipedia - Aurangzeb -- Sixth Mughal Emperor
Wikipedia - Aurelia Gabriela Tizon de Peron -- Argentine educator and translator
Wikipedia - Aurelian -- Roman emperor from 270 to 275
Wikipedia - Auriscalpium vulgare -- Species of fungus in the family Auriscalpiaceae from Europe, Central America, North America, and temperate Asia
Wikipedia - Aurora Melbourne Central -- Residential skyscraper in Melbourne, Australia
Wikipedia - Aurora OS -- Operating system for netbooks
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Wikipedia - Aurora (supercomputer) -- Planned supercomputer
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Wikipedia - Austin American-Statesman -- Daily broadsheet newspaper published in Austin, Texas
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Wikipedia - Austin Metro -- supermini British economy car
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Wikipedia - Austin Sperry -- American sailor
Wikipedia - Austracris proxima -- Species of grasshopper
Wikipedia - Austracris -- Genus of grasshoppers
Wikipedia - Australasian bent-wing bat -- Species of vesper bat
Wikipedia - Australasian Performing Right Association
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Wikipedia - Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal -- Newspaper
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Wikipedia - Australians in Italy -- Australian individuals who travel to Italy on a permanent or/and temporary basis
Wikipedia - Australian Submarine Rescue Vehicle Remora -- Diving bell operated by the Australian Navy
Wikipedia - AustralianSuper -- Australian superannuation and pension fund
Wikipedia - Austria at the Youth Olympics -- performance of Austria at the Youth Olympic Games
Wikipedia - Austrian Circle -- Imperial circle of the Holy Roman Empire
Wikipedia - Austria-Prussia rivalry -- Cooperation and rivalry between Austria and Prussia up to 1866
Wikipedia - Austro-Hungarian rule in Bosnia and Herzegovina -- 1878-1918 period of rule over Bosnia and Herzegovina by Austria-Hungary
Wikipedia - Austroicetes frater -- Species of grasshopper
Wikipedia - Austroicetes vulgaris -- Species of grasshopper
Wikipedia - Austroicetes -- Genus of grasshoppers
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Wikipedia - Authoring of adaptive hypermedia
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Wikipedia - Authority (sociology) -- The legitimate power which one person or a group holds and exercises over another
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Wikipedia - Autoconfig -- Amiga system for automatically setting up hardware peripherals
Wikipedia - Autocorrelation (words) -- In combinatorics, the autocorrelation of a word is the set of periods of this word
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Wikipedia - Automaton -- A self-operating machine
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Wikipedia - Autonomia Operaia
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Wikipedia - Autonomous peripheral operation
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Wikipedia - Autumn -- One of the Earth's four temperate seasons
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Wikipedia - Avalanche effect -- Property of cryptographic algorithms where a small change in the input causes a large change the output
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Wikipedia - Ave Imperator, morituri te salutant -- Latin salutation
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Wikipedia - Avengers: Infinity War -- 2018 superhero film produced by Marvel Studios
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