Dysnomia


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Dysnomia,

in astronomy, the moon, or natural satellite, of ErisEris,
in astronomy, the largest known dwarf planet. Eris, whose highly eccentric elliptical orbit ranges from 38 AU to 97 AU and is inclined more than 44°, is the largest known object of the Kuiper belt (see comet), with a diameter (1,445 mi/2,317 km) slightly larger than
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The extent of the neocortical (lateral) resection in patients undergoing dominant temporal lobe surgery determines the probability of new (in those without pre-existing dysnomia) or additional word-finding difficulties after surgery.
"societies do not die the same way as animals and, therefore, we cannot define dysnomia [anomie] as what leads to, if not controlled, the death of a society.
Eris's mass, well determined from the orbit of its moon Dysnomia, is about 25% greater than Pluto's--and that's unchanged.
Eris has also been found to have a moon, which has been named Dysnomia.
Dyslexia, dysnomia and lexical retrieval: a longitudinal investigation.
He describes the specific characteristics of dyslexia, dysnomia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, and dysphasia; their causes and diagnosis; teaching children who have them; and preparing them for adult life.
Xena, a charcoal ball whose even dimmer companion moon was naturally christened Gabrielle until the International Astronomical Union Committee on Small-Body Nomenclature and the Working Group on Planetary-System Nomendature spoiled the fun by formally renaming the dwarf planets Eris and Dysnomia.