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SMSC

SMSC may refer to: Southwest Minnesota State College, now a university Spiritual, moral, social and cultural development, provided in schools through the National Curriculum for England. Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation, a partnership bet ...

                                               

PAST

PAST or Past may refer to: PAST Foundation, an American educational foundation Past a sculpture in Washington, D.C, by Robert Ingersoll Aitken past, the totality of events which occurred before a given moment in time Pan African School of Theolog ...

                                               

Past, Present, Future

Past, Present and Future 1987, a book by Isaac Asimov Islam: Past, Present and Future, a book by Hans Kung Past, Present and Future, a book series by Nat Schachner

                                               

Past life

Past life, a concept found within reincarnation, may refer to: Past Life Runaways Past life regression, a technique for uncovering evidence of past lives Past Life Trauma 1985–1992, album Past Life film, in Hebrew: Ha-Khataim lit., The Sins, 2016 ...

                                               

Blast from the Past

Blast from the Past may refer to: "Blast from the Past" Veronica Mars, 2005 "Blast from the Past" column, a column that is published every Sunday in The Hindu Blast from the Past film, a 1999 romantic comedy film "Blast from the Past", a segment ...

                                               

Progression

Progression may refer to: In mathematics: Arithmetic progression, sequence of numbers such that the difference of any two successive members of the sequence is a constant Harmonic progression mathematics, sequence of numbers such that their recip ...

                                               

Yoga (disambiguation)

Yoga, a Sanskrit word with a general meaning of "connection, conjunction, attachment, union": a generic term for several physical, mental, and spiritual disciplines originating in ancient India. Yoga may also refer to:

                                               

Time and Tide

"Time and Tide" Alan Price song, the theme to the 1982 film The Plague Dogs, sung by Alan Price of The Animals "Time and Tide" Basia song, a 1987 song from the Time and Tide Basia album

                                               

Bipolar

Bipolar theorem, a theorem in convex analysis which provides necessary and sufficient conditions for a cone to be equal to its bipolar Bipolar set, a derivative of a polar set Bipolar coordinates, a two-dimensional orthogonal coordinate system

                                               

Boussinesq approximation

Boussinesq approximation may refer to several modelling concepts – as introduced by Joseph Valentin Boussinesq, a French mathematician and physicist known for advances in fluid dynamics: Boussinesq approximation water waves for long waves propaga ...

                                               

Rayleigh–Gans approximation

Rayleigh–Gans approximation, also known as Rayleigh–Gans–Debye approximation and Rayleigh–Gans–Born approximation, is an approximate solution to light scattering by optically soft particles. Optical softness implies that the relative refractive i ...

                                               

Liouvilles theorem

Liouvilles theorem has various meanings, all mathematical results named after Joseph Liouville: In complex analysis, see Liouvilles theorem complex analysis There is also a related theorem on harmonic functions In differential algebra, see Liouvi ...

                                               

Computational materials science

Computational materials science and engineering uses modeling, simulation, theory, and informatics to understand materials. Main goals include discovering new materials, determining material behavior and mechanisms, explaining experiments, and ex ...

                                               

Intellect (disambiguation)

Intellect is a term used in studies of the human mind. This may also refer to these related topics: A property of the mind that encompasses many related abilities or Intelligence A philosophical and cosmological term with Latin origins, which is ...

                                               

Apology

Apology act, an expression of remorse or regret Apology when defined as "a formal justification or defense" – see Literature, and Religion below Non-apology

                                               

Relational dependency network

Relational dependency networks are graphical models which extend dependency networks to account for relational data. Relational data is data organized into one or more tables, which are cross-related through common fields. A relational database i ...

                                               

Lifting

Lifting may refer to: Powerlifting, a sport that tests limit strength Lift, a morphism in mathematics Raising objects upwards, for example with lifting equipment An undesirable type of movement in the sport of racewalking Shoplifting, an unnotice ...

                                               

Inverse

Generalized inverse, a matrix that has some properties of the inverse matrix but not necessarily all of them Inverse logic, a type of conditional sentence which is an immediate inference made from another conditional sentence Additive inverse neg ...

                                               

Admissibility

Admissibility may refer to: Admissible decision rule, in statistical decision theory, a rule which is never dominated Admissible heuristic, in computer science, is a heuristic which is no more than the lowest-cost path to the goal Admissible rule ...

                                               

Absorption

Absorption biology, digestion Absorption skin, a route by which substances enter the body through the skin Absorption small intestine Absorption chemistry, diffusion of particles of gas or liquid into liquid or solid materials Absorption pharmaco ...

                                               

Validity

Validity or Valid may refer to: Validity logic, a property of a logical argument Discriminant validity, the degree to which results a test of one concept can be expected to differ from tests of other concepts that should not be correlated with th ...

                                               

Calculus (disambiguation)

Infinitesimal calculus or simply Calculus, which investigate motion and rates of change Integral calculus Non-standard calculus, an approach to infinitesimal calculus using Robinsons infinitesimals Differential calculus Tensor calculus also calle ...

                                               

Support

Structural support, architectural components that include arches, beams, columns, balconies, and stretchers Support structure, or lateral support, a type of structural support to help prevent sideways movement

                                               

Sail (disambiguation)

Sail submarine, the tower-like structure on the topside of submarines Sail hieroglyph, an Egyptian language determinative Windmill sail, the wind-catching panel or cloth section that provides power to a windmill Sail anatomy, a fin-like extension ...

                                               

Scientific study

Scientific study may refer to: Randomized controlled trial, a type of scientific experiment, often in the medical field, where the people being studied are randomly allocated one of the different treatments Science, a systematic enterprise that b ...

                                               

W (disambiguation)

W Network, a Canadian cable television specialty channel W Channel Australia, an Australian pay television channel W UK TV channel, a UK and Ireland general entertainment channel W, the initial call sign letter for most U.S. radio and television ...

                                               

Quantitative analysis

Quantitative analysis may refer to: Quantitative analysis finance, an analysis technique applying mathematics stochastic calculus to finance Quantitative analysis of behavior, quantitative models in the experimental analysis of behavior Quantitat ...

                                               

Kumbakonam Jain Temple

Bhagawan Chandraprabha Jain Temple is a Jain temple dedicated to the deity Jain, located in the town of Kumbakonam in Thanjavur District Tamil Nadu, India

                                               

Adinath

Vilas Adinath Sangave, sociologist and Jainologist Adinath Kothare, an actor, director, and producer Ādinātha, an alternative name for the first Tirthankara of Jainism, Rishabhanatha. Adinath Lahiri, geochemist Vinayak Adinath Buwa, author

                                               

Disciple

Disciples of Jesus in Islam Twelve Apostles of Jesus, sometimes called the Twelve Disciples Student of Kriya Yoga, of direct lineage to Mahavatar Babaji Christian Church Disciples of Christ, a Protestant denomination in North America descended fr ...

                                               

Sulfonium-based oxidation of alcohols to aldehydes

Sulfonium-based oxidations of alcohols to aldehydes summarizes a group of organic reactions that transform a primary alcohol to the corresponding aldehyde. Selective oxidation of alcohols to aldehydes requires circumventing over-oxidation to the ...

                                               

Baylis

Baylis, the seat of Alexander Wedderburn, 1st Earl of Rosslyn near Salt Hill, Windsor where he died in 1805 Baylis, Slough, a place in the English county of Berkshire Baylis Street, one of the main shopping streets in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales ...

                                               

Waterborne resins

Waterborne resins are sometimes called water-based resins. They are resins or polymeric resins that use water as the carrying medium as opposed to solvent or solvent-less. Resins are used in the production of coatings, adhesives, sealants, elasto ...

                                               

Radiofluorination

Radiofluorination is the process by witch a radioactive isotope of fluorine is attached to a molecule and is preferably performed by nucleophilic substitution using nitro or halogens as leaving groups. Fluorine-18 is the most common isotope used ...

                                               

Ridhima Pandey

Pandley lives in Uttarakhand, a state in the North of India. Her father, Dinesh Pandley, is also a climate activist who has worked in Uttarkhand in this capacity for 16 years. Pandley’s home of Uttarakhand has been affected by severe weather over ...

                                               

Green Revolution (disambiguation)

The Green Revolution was a massive increase in agricultural yields between 1943–1970 that occurred worldwide. Green Revolution may also refer to: The rise of Muammar Gaddafis regime in Libya Environmental Revolution, an ongoing process of mitigat ...

                                               

Blackboard (disambiguation)

A blackboard is a reusable writing surface. Blackboard may also refer to: Blackboards Soviet policies, signs used in the Soviet era to publicly chastise farms or factories for such things as failing to meet targets or opposing collectivisation Bl ...

                                               

CCM

Cerebral cavernous malformation Calcium concentration microdomains, part of a cells cytoplasm Photosynthesis#Carbon concentrating mechanisms Cardiac contractility modulation, a therapy for heart failure

                                               

MIS

Management information system Mullerian inhibiting substance or Anti-Mullerian hormone, a developmental glycoprotein Multi Interface Shoe, a Sony camera hotshoe Metal-insulator-semiconductor, e.g., in MIS capacitor Minimally invasive surgery, sur ...

                                               

MCO

Manufacturer’s Certificate of Origin MinecraftOnline, a Minecraft multiplayer server Manitoba Chamber Orchestra Motor City Online, a massively multiplayer online racing game Millennial Choirs and Orchestras Modern Chess Openings, a reference book ...

                                               

Transportation and Climate Initiative

The Transportation and Climate Initiative is a proposed interstate compact in the United States, which aims to limit greenhouse gas emissions from motor vehicle fuel sources in the northeastern United States using a cap and trade system on wholes ...

                                               

On Fire (book)

On Fire: The Case for a Green New Deal is Naomi Kleins seventh book, published in September 2019 by Simon & Schuster. On Fire is a collection of essays focusing on climate change and the urgent actions needed to preserve the world. Many were

                                               

Economists Statement on Carbon Dividends

The Economists’ Statement on Carbon Dividends is a joint statement signed by over 3.500 U.S. economists promoting a carbon dividends framework for U.S. climate policy. The statement was originally published on January 16, 2019 in The Wall Street ...

                                               

Targeting

Targeting is to make a thing or group of things a target, to select it or them to be acted upon. Protein targeting, is cell biology, is the mechanism by which a protein is transported to its proper destination in Biology Gene targeting, in geneti ...

                                               

Moving Target

Moving Target Simon Townshend album, 1985, or the title track Moving Target Gil Scott-Heron album, 1982 Moving Target Royal Hunt album, 1995 Moving Target by Wild Rivers 2019

                                               

Rose Nolan

Rose Nolan is an Australian visual artist based in Melbourne with works held in major public art collections. She makes work in a variety of material forms: books, small sculptures, photographs, posters, paintings, banners, multiples and large-sc ...

                                               

De Motu

De Motu or De motu animalium may refer to: De motu animalium by Giovanni Alfonso Borelli 1608–1679, relating animals to machines De Motu Antiquiora, a 1589–92 manuscript by Galileo Galilei De motu animalium spontaneo by Pierre Petit 1617–1687, op ...

                                               

XYZ

XYZ album, 1989 debut album sadiq American band, hard rock band XYZ Gloo album, the 2019 debut album by English group Gloo XYZ English band, an aborted rock project featuring Jimmy Page, Chris Squire and Alan White XYZ Andy Summers album, a 1987 ...

                                               

Quadrant

Quadrant motorcycles, one of the earliest British motorcycle manufacturers, established in Birmingham in 1901 Quadrant Televentures Ltd., a subsidiary of Videocon Telecom, India Quadrant Cycle Company, 1899 manufacturers in Britain of the Quadran ...

                                               

XY

X, Y, a novel by Michael Blumlein Aktenzeichen XY … ungelost, a German television program first broadcast in 1967 X & Y film, 2018 Swedish film X+Y, 2014 British film X&Y, a 2005 album by Coldplay XY magazine, a gay male youth magazine that a ...