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1-1 Curiosity - The Slide Show To Give An Overview Of The 35 Levels To The Source Of Reality
1-2 Curiosity - More Depth On Each Level
1-3 Curiosity - The Chart Of Digging Deeper
|cu-ri-os-i-ty - Noun, Observation - Noun , plural Cu-ri-os-i-ties|
(ky r′ē-ŏs ĭ-tē)
1. A desire to know or learn.
2. A desire to know about people or things that do not concern one; nosiness.
3. An object that arouses interest, as by being novel or extraordinary: kept the carved bone and displayed it as a curiosity.
4. A strange or odd aspect.
5. Archaic Fastidiousness.
[Middle English curiosite, from Old French, from Latin cūriōsitās, from cūriōsus, inquisitive; see CURIOUS.]
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