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1    of or relating to navigation, shipping, etc.; seafaring  
2    of, relating to, near, or living near the sea  
3    (of a climate) having small temperature differences between summer and winter; equable  
     (C16: from Latin maritimus from mare sea)  

Charente-Maritime     (French)  
      n   a department of W France, in Poitou-Charentes region. Capital: La Rochelle. Pop.: 540700 (1995). Area: 7232 sq. km (2820 sq. miles)  
Maritime Alps  
      pl n   a range of the W Alps in SE France and NW Italy. Highest peak: Argentera, 3297 m (10817 ft.)  
Maritime Provinces   , Maritimes  
      pl n      the. another name for the       Atlantic Provinces   but often excluding Newfoundland   but often excluding Newfoundland  
Seine-Maritime     (French)  
      n   a department of N France, in Haute-Normandie region. Capital: Rouen. Pop.: 1241500 (1995). Area: 6342 sq. km (2473 sq. miles)  
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Materialistic concept neonewtonist. In its measures, this variation of length of traveled route (by unit of time) by a group of photons ( φ is the initial of photons) - the light signal - is equal to what is collectively called " radial velocity". It distinguishes itself from it in its gnoseology.
Phys. Concept before 2007 The redshift indicates the phi-speed of a star. But do not give the immediate knowledge of its absolute speed.
celui qui marche droit trouve toujours la route assez large
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