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'''Gravitation''' or '''Gravity''' is a natural phenomenon by which objects with mass attract one another. In everyday life, gravitation is most commonly thought of as the agency which lends weight to objects with mass. '''Gravitation''' or '''Gravity''' is a natural phenomenon by which objects with mass attract one another. In everyday life, gravitation is most commonly thought of as the agency which lends weight to objects with mass.
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-*See Wikipedia ''Gravitation'' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitation]+== Also see ==
 +*'''[[Fall line]]'''
 +*'''[[Melt Freeze Metamorphism]]'''
 +*'''[[G-force]]'''
 +*'''[[General Definitions]]'''
 +*'''[[Gravitational acceleration]]'''
 +*'''[[Mountain Glossary]]'''
 +*'''[[Erosion]]'''
 +*'''[[Weathering]]'''
 +*'''[[Landslide]]'''
 +*'''[[Monadnock]]'''
 +*'''[[Nunatak]]'''
 +*'''[[Overburden]]'''
 +*'''[[Physical weathering]]'''
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 +== Reference: ==
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 +* See Wikipedia ''Gravitation'' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitation]
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Gravitation or Gravity is a natural phenomenon by which objects with mass attract one another. In everyday life, gravitation is most commonly thought of as the agency which lends weight to objects with mass.


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