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Synonyms for matter

be important

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as a matter of fact

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no matter

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  • don't worry about it
  • never mind
  • it doesn't matter
  • don't apologise
  • it makes no difference or odds

Synonyms for matter

that which occupies space and can be perceived by the senses

that from which things are or can be made

what a speech, piece of writing, or artistic work is about

something to be done, considered, or dealt with

to be of significance or importance

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June 5-8 International Workshop on Warm Dense Matter. Pacific Grove, California.
Homs, central Syria, (SANA) -- First International Conference for Dense matter physics kicked off on Sunday at al-Baath University with the participation of 60 researchers from Syria, Iraq, Egypt, Yemen, Algeria, Russia and France.The three-day conference discusses scientific topics under four tracks which are crystallography and its applications, theoretical physics, thin films and their applications and semiconductors and their applications.Deputy Rector of al-Baath University Dr.
This quark-gluon soup may share properties with the unbelievably hot, dense matter that pervaded the universe soon after the Big Bang, giving physicists a new way to explore properties of the early universe.
A hospital source reportedly said three objects of dense matter lodged in his intestines were revealed.
Containing more than 60 papers from that gathering, this proceedings volume deals with such topics as soft interactions; fluctuations and correlations; jet physics; particle propagation in dense matter; astroparticle physics; and heavy flavors and identified particles.
(2) The mechanism was not by ejection due to internal tension and pressure, but is based on the passing out or egestion of accumulated dense matter (or fusion waste that could not efficiently generate more energy from further fusion) due to limited space for fusion and/or for accumulation of such dense matter.
By smashing gold nuclei together at near-light speeds, physicists using Brookhaven National Laboratory's Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) have recreated a short-lived state of hot, dense matter that existed microseconds after the Big Bang (June issue, page 26).
Healthy lungs, bones and dense matter, such as organs, show up.
"This new ability to explore matter at atomic scale pressures, where extrapolations of earlier shock and static data become unreliable, provides new constraints for dense matter theories and planet evolution models," said Rip Collins, another Lawrence Livermore physicist on the team.
Gianluca Gregori from the University of Oxford said: "I think the results send theoreticians back to the drawing board when modeling the interactions between particles in dense matter. The wide range of implications and the huge range in temperature, where these issues were found, make the results so important." ( ANI )
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