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Today I learned that Tabriz is a city in Iran, and that peridotite is an ultrabasic rock.

**EUOIA**

There is a goddess in Greek mythology called **Eunomia**, as well as an asteroid named after her.

Nehushtan wrote:

JaneFairfax wrote:

UOAIE

buoyancies

customaries

fluvoxamine

plutocracies

unconstrained

uncontradicted

unobtained

unordained

unorganized

unpolarizedJaneFairfax wrote:Thanks to last nights University Challenge, I have found a new word for UOAIE:

unsportsmanlike.

glucosamine

**sulphonamide**

Olinguito wrote:

JaneFairfax wrote:

UAIOE

glutathione

quadripole

ultravioletunfashioned

mustachioed

JaneFairfax wrote:

UEAIO

cupellation

numeration

putrefaction

rubefaction

ulceration

nucleation

**Nehushtan**- Replies: 3

Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics – which one is best?

May the mass times acceleration be with you

wintersolstice wrote:

That was my solution as well.

I saw a rainbow yesterday.

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I would suggest proving that

divides

for all integers *m* and *n*. Which means showing that

*r* and *s* intersect at two points such that at each point of intersection the tangents to the circles are mutually perpendicular. Show that the centres of the circles and the points of intersection lie on a third circle, and find the radius of this circle.

**Nehushtan**- Replies: 2

I posted this in another thread but here it is for anyone who might wish to have a go.