Mark Cunningham

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__________. 1. a simple maze, shaped like the letter T, incorporating only one choice point with only two alternatives. An animal enters the maze at the bottom and is rewarded for reaching the goal box at one end of the crossbar. 2. an informal term coined for the generation of a mutant organism (generally a mouse) containing a null allele (one of a series of possible forms of given gene, differing in DNA sequence, affecting the functioning of a single product). 3. the side of your mouth that is silent when you talk out of one side of your mouth. 4. to be unable to remember the last year you cried.

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__________. 1. a condition in which REM atonia is experienced in the waking state. Such episodes typically occur immediately after waking or shortly before falling asleep. They are often frightening and may be accompanied by out-of-body experiences. 2. to say “hello” to, or have it said to you by, someone you do not know in a non-business situation. 3. to exit the elevator when the door opens without checking what floor you are on.

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__________. 1. an infection caused by the bacterium Agrobacterium tumefaciens. Infected cells produce neo-plastic outgrowths composed of transformed cells, which in turn produce metabolites specifically used by the bacterium. 2. unsolicited mail offering you a new credit card.

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__________. 1. a package consisting of a clear plastic overlay affixed to a cardboard backing for protecting and displaying a product. 2. the small change in the direction of light rays from astronomical objects as they pass through the Earth’s atmosphere, making objects appear nearer the zenith than they really are.

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__________. 1. In Gestalt therapy, a technique in which the client switches between two chairs, acting out both sides of a conversation or argument with a spouse, relative, or other significant person. 2. a series of rapid mitoses without increase in cell size that gives rise to schizonts. 3. The place where you are not when you say, “It’s just like being there.” 4. death resulting from the effects of voodoo.