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  • Phenomena | Define Phenomena at

    Phenomena definition, a plural of phenomenon. See more.

  • Phenomenon - Wikipedia

    A phenomenon (Greek: φαινόμενον, phainómenon, from the verb phainein, to show, shine, appear, to be manifest or manifest itself, plural phenomena) is any ...

  • Phenomena - definition of phenomena by The Free Dictionary

    usage: As with other plurals of Latin or Greek origin, there is a tendency to use the plural phenomena as a singular (This phenomena will not be seen again); such use ...

  • Phenomena | Definition of Phenomena by Merriam-Webster

    Phenomena has been in occasional use as a singular since the early 18th century, as has the plural phenomenas. Our evidence shows that singular phenomena is primarily ...

  • Phenomenon | Define Phenomenon at

    Phenomenon definition, a fact, occurrence, or circumstance observed or observable: to study the phenomena of nature. See more.

  • Phenomena (1985) - IMDb

    This Is A Review Of The Uncut Version. Dario Argento's "Phenomena" of 1985 is an absolute masterpiece of horror coming along with an ingenious soundtrack by Goblin.

  • Phenomena (film) - Wikipedia

    Phenomena is a 1985 Italian horror giallo film directed by Dario Argento and starring Jennifer Connelly, Daria Nicolodi, and Donald Pleasence. Its plot focuses on a ...

  • Phenomena | definition of phenomena by Medical dictionary

    phenomenon [fĕ-nom´ĕ-non] (pl. phenom´- ena) any sign or objective symptom; any observable occurrence or fact. For names of specific phenomena, see under the name ...

  • Phenomena - Phenomena (1985; HQ Full Album) - YouTube

    320kps rip from my copy of 2006's "The Complete Works". 1. Kiss of Fire (Tom Galley, Richard Bailey) 0:00 - 4:53 2. Still the Night (Glenn Hughes, Pat ...

  • phenomenon Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

    Meaning of “phenomenon” in the English Dictionary. English. ... Was it necessary to formulate such a highly peculiar idea in order to explain astronomical phenomena?

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