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Larry Collins

Larry or Lawrence Collins may refer to: Lawrence Collins, Baron Collins of Mapesbury born 1941, British judge and former Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom Larry Collins musician, member of The Collins Kids, a juvenile rockabilly ...

                                               

Larry Taylor (disambiguation)

Larry Taylor was an American bass guitarist. Larry Taylor may also refer to: Larry Gene Taylor 1953–2005, Missouri state senator Larry Taylor footballer born 1947, English footballer Larry Taylor gridiron football born 1985, American and Canadian ...

                                               

HST

High-Speed Transfer, USRobotics modem protocol History of science and technology Harvard–MIT Program of Health Sciences and Technology Hubble Space Telescope Highstand systems tract in sequence stratigraphy High-speed telegraphy, a radiosport

                                               

John Ramsay

John Ramsay, 13th Earl of Dalhousie 1847–1887, Scottish politician, Member of Parliament for Liverpool, 1880 John Ramsay British Army officer 1775–1842, General and Member of Parliament for Aberdeen Burghs, 1806–1807 Jack Ramsay politician born 1 ...

                                               

Tres Piedras Orthogneiss

The Tres Piedras Orthogneiss is a pluton in New Mexico. It crops out around the town of Tres Piedras, New Mexico and intrudes the Moppin Complex to the west in the Tusas Mountains. It has a U-Pb radiometric age of 1693 Mya, placing it in the Stat ...

                                               

Bettertonite

Bettertonite is a mineral of the Arsenate category, named after John Betterton. He was a museum geologist and mineralogist at Haslemere Educational Museum in Surrey, England. Bettertonite is a white arsenate mineral with a formula of ・11H 2 O. B ...

                                               

ASIL accuracy

ASIL accuracy describes the maximum possible deviation of a measurement in a system in which a single point fault occurred before some diagnostic detects this fault. This concept applies to automotive systems designed under the ISO-26262 methodol ...

                                               

Pasto Ventura

Pasto Ventura is an area in the Catamarca Province of Argentina. It features about 14 small Pleistocene volcanoes, mostly cinder cones with associated lava flows but also lava domes, tuff rings and two maars. The volcanoes are accompanied by pyro ...

                                               

Michel Campillo

After a university degree in Physics in Saint Etienne and Grenoble, he turned to geophysics. Masters degree in Physics. 1979 Postgraduate thesis: Calculation of near-field radiation from a dynamic seismic source. 1982 Director Michel Bouchon Thes ...

                                               

Autochthon

Autochthons, characters in the novel The Divine Invasion by Philip K. Dick Autochthon, one of the ten sons of Poseidon and Cleito in Platos myth of Atlantis Autochthon, a Primordial in the Exalted role-playing game

                                               

Abas

Abas name Abas sophist, an ancient Greek sophist and rhetorician Abas, the ancient writer of a work entitled Troia from which Maurus Servius Honoratus ad Aen. ix. 264 has preserved a fragment Abas I of Armenia, king of Armenia from 928 to 953

                                               

Caveasphaera

Caveasphaera is a multicellular organism found in 609-million-year-old rocks in the Guizhou Province of South China, that is not easily defined as an animal or non-animal. The organism is notable due to the study of related embryonic fossils whic ...

                                               

Dii involuti

In Etruscan religion, the dii involuti were a group of gods, or possibly a principle, superior to the ordinary pantheon of gods. In contrast to the ordinary Etruscan gods, including the Dii Consentes, the dii involuti were not the object of direc ...

                                               

Farallon

Farallon may refer to: Farallon de Torres, a former name of Zealandia Bank in the Northern Mariana Islands chain Farallon Islands, group of islands and rocks in the Gulf of the Farallones, off the coast of San Francisco, California, USA Farallon ...

                                               

Complexity and Real Computation

Complexity and Real Computation is a book on the computational complexity theory of real computation. It studies algorithms whose inputs and outputs are real numbers, using the Blum–Shub–Smale machine as its model of computation. For instance, th ...

                                               

Anomaly

In astronomy, an anomaly of an elliptical orbit, generally measured with respect to an apsis, usually the periapsis Pioneer anomaly, the observed deviation of the trajectories of some unmanned space probes, and especially Pioneer 10 and Pioneer 1 ...

                                               

Wu Chung Library

The Wu Chung Library, named after Wu Chung, is located in the United College of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. As one of the seven libraries in CUHK, the United College Library houses the Philosophy collection, major Chinese monograph serie ...

                                               

Entropy (disambiguation)

Entropy, in thermodynamics, is a state function originally introduced to explain why part of a thermodynamic systems total energy is unavailable to do useful work. Entropy may also refer to:

                                               

Conditioning

Air conditioning, the removal of heat from indoor air for thermal comfort Solar air conditioning, air conditioning using solar power Automobile air conditioning, air conditioning in a vehicle Ice storage air conditioning, air conditioning using i ...

                                               

OOC

OOC may refer to: Out of character, breaking character in theatrics and roleplay Out of context, logical fallacy Old Oak Common railway station, a planned railway station in that area Occupational Outlook Handbook, publication by U.S. Department ...

                                               

Arthur E. Gordon

Born in Marlborough, Vermont, Gordon studied classical philology at Dartmouth College, receiving his bachelors degree in 1923. He continued his studies at the American Academy in Rome. In 1925 he became a lecturer in Latin at Dartmouth College an ...

                                               

Eidolon (disambiguation)

In ancient Greek literature, an eidolon is the spirit-image of a living or dead person; it is a shade or phantom look-alike of the human form. Eidolon may also refer to:

                                               

Dionysius (disambiguation)

Dionysius is a Romanized form of the Greek name Dionysios. Dionysius may also refer to: Dionysiou Areopagitou Street, a street in Athens Agios Dionyssios, Patras, a neighbourhood in the city of Patras, Greece Dionysius album, a 1983 album by jazz ...

                                               

Jose Limon National Contemporary Dance Award

The Jose Limon National Contemporary Dance Award is a Mexican modern and contemporary dance award established in 1988 and named in honor of the dancer and choreographer Jose Limon. It is granted by the National Council for Culture and the Arts an ...

                                               

Elizabeth Harvey (historian)

Elizabeth Harvey is a British historian of 20th-century Germany. Harvey received her PhD in 1987 from the University of Oxford. Since 1987 she has held positions at the Universities of Salford, Dundee, Liverpool, and, more recently, Nottingham.

                                               

Epos 257

Epos 257 is a Czech artist. His art works with the urban environment and iconography of the city of Prague. His inventions frequently focus on contemporary social topics, and regularly address issues surrounding public space. Epos 257’s identity ...

                                               

Centre for Medieval Studies, Prague

The Centre for Medieval Studies in Prague is a joint workplace of the Czech Academy of Sciences and Charles University located in Jilska 1 in the Old Town of Prague near St. Giles Church. The Centre provides a platform for cooperation in advanced ...

                                               

Bulgarian medieval cryptography

Bulgarian medieval cryptography is hidden, encrypted writing of certain texts in the Middle Ages. It dates from the 11th century. Bulgarian medieval writers usually write their name and place of writing in secret. Initially, the Glagolitic script ...

                                               

Scot (disambiguation)

A Scot is a member of an ethnic group indigenous to Scotland, derived from the Latin name of Gaelic raiders, the Scoti. Scot may also refer to: Social construction of technology SCOT, theory within the field of Science and Technology Studies SCOT ...

                                               

Wavefront (disambiguation)

In physics, a wavefront is the locus of points having the same phase. Wavefront may also refer to: Wavefront Technologies, a computer graphics company that developed and sold animation software used in Hollywood motion pictures and other industri ...

                                               

Symbolic

Symbolic execution, the analysis of computer programs by tracking symbolic rather than actual values Symbolic computation, a scientific area concerned with computing with mathematical formulas Symbolic link, a special type of file in a computer m ...

                                               

Itinerary

Antonine Itinerary, a famous register of the stations and distances along various roads within the Roman Empire Itinerary, the route of a road trip, or the proposed outline of one Itineraries, or travel literature, travel journals and diaries Tra ...

                                               

Finite type

Finite type refers to several related concepts in mathematics: Scheme of finite type, a scheme over a field with a structure morphism of finite type Morphism of finite type, a morphism of schemes with underlying morphisms on affine opens given by ...

                                               

System (disambiguation)

Computer system, the combination of hardware and software which forms a complete, working computer Operating system system, a C process control function in the C Standard Library used to execute subprocesses and commands System typeface, a raster ...

                                               

State information

Stationary state, an eigenvector of a Hamiltonian Thermodynamic state, a set of physical quantities describing variable properties of a given thermodynamic system In classical mechanics, state is a complete description of a system in terms of par ...

                                               

Canonical

Canonical form chemistry, any of a set of representations of the resonance structure of a molecule each of which contributes to the real structure

                                               

Reservoir (disambiguation)

A reservoir is an artificial lake. Reservoir may also refer to: Reservoir, Western Australia, a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, Australia Reservoir Fanfarlo album, 2009 Reservoir, California, a former settlement in California, United States A ...

                                               

Expansion valve

A valve used to control the expansion of steam: The best-known of these was the Meyer expansion valve, the invention of Jean-Jacques Meyer Expansion valve steam engine

                                               

Steady state (disambiguation)

Steady state may refer to: Steady-state economy, an economy made up of a constant population size and a constant stock of physical wealth capital. Steady-state rate of growth neoclassical growth theory, an economy featuring an equi-proportionate ...

                                               

Phase

Phase syntax, in linguistics, a cyclic domain proposed by Noam Chomsky Gametic phase, in genetics, the relationship between alleles at two chromosomal loci Development of the human body, in cognitive psychology, occurs in 9 phases by age Phase se ...

                                               

Diffuser

Diffuser automotive, a shaped section of a cars underbody which improves the cars aerodynamic properties Part of a jet engine air intake, especially when operated at supersonic speeds The channel between the vanes of the stator of a centrifugal c ...

                                               

Thermogravitational cycle

A thermogravitational cycle is a reversible thermodynamic cycle using the gravitational works of weight and buoyancy to respectively compress and expand a working fluid.

                                               

Property (disambiguation)

Chemical property, a materials properties that becomes evident during a chemical reaction Physical property, any property that is measurable whose value describes a state of a physical system Mental property, a property of the mind studied by man ...

                                               

Elemental Companion

Elemental Companion is 144-page softcover book written by Mark Carlyle, with illustrations by Roger Raupp and Shawn Sharp, and cover art by Steve Hickman. The book describes, in game terms, twenty-two different elements, including plasma, aether, ...

                                               

Six degrees

Six degrees may refer to: Six degrees of separation, the theory that anyone on earth can be connected to any other person on the planet through a chain of acquaintances that has no more than five intermediaries Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, a trivi ...

                                               

Mary Pensworth Reagor

Mary Pensworth Reagor is a Lockheed Martin Technical Fellow at for Mathematical Algorithms. She is also a tutor for high school and college students with her husband, an alumna of Georgia Institute of Technology. Her education started at Agnes Sc ...

                                               

Topos (disambiguation)

Topos may refer to: Effective topos – a topos that captures the idea of effectivity in mathematics Etale topos – the category of etale sheaves Topos theory – the theory of mathematical topoi Classifying topos – a topos that categorifies the model ...

                                               

Isomorphism (disambiguation)

Isomorphism or isomorph may refer to: Isomorphism theorems that assert that some homomorphisms involving quotients and subobjects are isomorphisms Graph isomorphism a mapping that preserves the edges and vertices of a graph Group isomorphism a ma ...

                                               

DLA

DLA Piper, an international law firm Democratic Left Alliance, a Polish political party Dental Laboratories Association Douala International Airport, IATA airport code The Hardcore Punk band Destroy L.A. from San Pedro, California The United Stat ...

                                               

NASC

The acronym NASC can refer to: National Airborne Service Corps, agency in Taiwan dealing with emergency-related transportation North American Scrabble Championship Naval Air Systems Command NAVAIR, the command of the United States Navy which prov ...