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Completeness

The completeness of the real numbers, which implies that there are no "holes" in the real numbers Completion algebra, at an ideal Completeness cryptography Complete metric space, a metric space in which every Cauchy sequence converges Complete gr ...

                                               

IMG

img or IMG is an abbreviation for image img or IMG may also refer to: IMG Models, a modeling agency based in New York IMG company, global sports and media business headquartered in New York City but with its main offices in Cleveland, originally ...

                                               

Aliquot

Aliquot sum, the sum of the aliquot parts of an integer Aliquot part, a proper divisor of an integer Aliquot sequence, a sequence of integers in which each number is the aliquot sum of the previous number

                                               

Geba

Geba may mean: Geba syllabary, the system for writing the Naxi language Gimnasia y Esgrima de Buenos Aires GEBA, a sports club in Buenos Aires, Argentina Geba River Ethiopia, a tributary of the Tekeze River Geba River, a river in Guinea, Senegal, ...

                                               

Huge

Huge may refer to: Huge digital agency Huge TV series, a television series on ABC Family Huge Carolines Spine album, 1996 Huge, a 2010 film directed by Ben Miller The Huge Crew, trio of female bullies from Neds Declassified School Survival Guide ...

                                               

Nisqually

Nisqually Indian Tribe of the Nisqually Reservation, federally recognized tribe Nisqually people, a Coast Salish ethnic group Nisqually language, a Southern Puget Sound Salish Nisqually Indian Reservation, the tribes reservation in Thurston County

                                               

WGS

WGS may refer to: World Gourmet Summit, a food festival Wideband Global SATCOM, a United States and Australian military communication satellite system Wisbech Grammar School, an independent school in Cambridgeshire, England "Wee" Gordon Strachan, ...

                                               

Phage (disambiguation)

Phage is the shortened form of bacteriophage, a virus that infects bacteria. Phage from Greek φαγεῖν phagein, to eat may also refer to: In virology: Lambda phage, temperate bacteriophage that infects Escherichia coli Pseudomonas phage Φ6, the bes ...

                                               

BWA

BWA or Bwa may refer to: Gautam Buddha Airport. IATA code Bwa language, a Bantu language spoken in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Bosnian Wand Airlines, an airline of Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana, ISO 3-letter country code BWIA West Indies ...

                                               

Cram

Cram may refer to: Cram Australian game show, a television show Cram school, a specialized school that trains students to pass entrance exams Cram game, an impartial mathematical game similar to domineering Cramming education, a slang term for la ...

                                               

Nucleocytoviricota

Nucleocytoviricota is a phylum of viruses. Members of the phylum are also known at the nucleocytoplasmic large DNA viruses, which serves as the basis of the name of the phlyum with the suffix - viricota for virus phylum. These viruses are referre ...

                                               

SSV

SSV may refer to: Special Service Vehicles SSVs, police vehicles in the U.S. and Canada Strategic Sealift Vessel, a Philippine Navy military vessel type based on a Landing Platform Dock SSV band, a German techno music group Society for the Suppre ...

                                               

Helicoverpa zea nudivirus 2

Helicoverpa zea nudivirus 2 is an enveloped, rod-shaped, nonoccluded, double stranded DNA sexually transmitted virus whose natural host is the corn earworm moth. At about 440 by 90 nm, it is the causative agent of the only sexually transmitted vi ...

                                               

Nyavirus

Nyavirus is a genus of viruses in the order Mononegavirales, in the family Nyamiviridae. Ticks and birds serve as natural hosts. There are currently three species in this genus, including the type species Nyamanini nyavirus.

                                               

Subjective

Subjective may refer to: Subjectivity, a subjects personal perspective, feelings, beliefs, desires or discovery, as opposed to those made from an independent, objective, point of view Subjective experience, the subjective quality of conscious exp ...

                                               

Avoidance

Avoidance may refer to: Avoidant personality disorder, a personality disorder recognized in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders Conflict avoidance, a controversial method of dealing with conflict Experiential avoidance, atte ...

                                               

Somatic Symptom Disorder - B Criteria Scale (SSD-12)

The Somatic Symptom Disorder - B Criteria Scale is a brief self-report questionnaire used to assess the B criteria of DSM-5 somatic symptom disorder, i.e. the patients’ perceptions of their symptom-related thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

                                               

The Same Picture of Dave Coulier Every Day

The Same Picture of Dave Coulier Every Day is an image blog which publishes the same photograph of comedian Dave Coulier every day. Begun in 2011 by comedian Aaron Littleton, it is the progenitor of a trend of similarly themed blogs which feature ...

                                               

Ensemble coding

Ensemble coding, also known as ensemble perception or summary representation, is a theory in cognitive neuroscience about the internal representation of groups of objects in the human mind. Ensemble coding proposes that such information is record ...

                                               

Gurnam Singh (soldier)

Naib Subedar Gurnam Singh, AC was a Junior Commissioned officer in Indian Army who was posthumously awarded the Ashoka Chakra, Indias highest peacetime military decoration for his self sacrifice in a mine explosion.

                                               

The Kekule Problem

The Kekule Problem is a 2017 nonfiction essay by writer Cormac McCarthy for the Santa Fe Institute. It was his first published work of nonfiction. It was published in the scientific magazine Nautilus.

                                               

A Place for Us

A Place for Us is the debut novel of Fatima Farheen Mirza, published in New York on June 12, 2018. It is the first book published by Sarah Jessica Parkers new imprint, SJP for Hogarth. The novel focuses on an Indian-Muslim family living in Northe ...

                                               

Frog Detective 2: The Case of the Invisible Wizard

Frog Detective 2: The Case of the Invisible Wizard is a 2019 video game by Grace Bruxner and Thomas Bowker. It features Frog Detective trying to solve a mystery. It is the sequel to The Haunted Island.

                                               

Crimson Skies (board game)

The Crimson Skies board game was released by FASA in 1998. The base game came with card stock, assemble-yourself airplanes included, but later metal miniature planes were offered separately.

                                               

Dragonlord (board game)

Dragonlord 1977 is one of Wee Warriors later wargames, designed and illustrated by Bradley W. Schenck under the pseudonym "Morno". Schenck had founded his own production company, Cosmic Frog, and Dragonlord was a Wee Warriors/Cosmic Frog co-produ ...

                                               

Fire & Steel

Fire & Steel is a wargame that depicts 15 mm Napoleonic miniatures battles in Europe between 1808 and 1858. The components consisted of: Boxed set 6" x 9" consisting of: Rule book 56 pgs. 5.5" x 8.5"; staple bound with card stock covers; Organiza ...

                                               

Dwarven Forge

When Dungeons & Dragons and other table-top fantasy role-playing games became popular in the late 1970s, players found that it necessary to track their progress through imaginary dungeons by creating paper maps. Some companies such as Task Force ...

                                               

Spherical chess

A variant described by Don Miller in 1965 and later modified by Leo Nadvorney. The fields of the board form eight rings around the sphere each consisting of eight squares and with the fields touching the poles degenerated into spherical triangles.

                                               

List of Dragon Age media

Dragon Age is a fantasy media franchise created by Canadian writer David Gaider and video game developer BioWare, and owned and published by Electronic Arts. Central to the Dragon Age series are the three multi-platform role-playing video games: ...

                                               

KAOS

Kaos One born 1971, Italian rapper Wych Kaosayananda or Kaos born 1974, Thai film director Kaos of Iberia, an ancient king of Causasian Iberia Kenny Kaos or Kaos born 1970, American professional wrestler

                                               

G force (disambiguation)

G-Force video game, a 2009 video game based on the film G-Force film, a 2009 live-action film by Disney G Force, a 1983 album by Kenny G G-Force Godzilla, a fictional military organization tasked with the monitoring of Godzilla G-Force, a group f ...

                                               

Firepower (disambiguation)

Firepower is a military concept rooted in the ability to direct a heavy weight of metal onto the enemy or enemy possession. Fire power or Firepower may also refer to:

                                               

Battle of Tadcaster

The Battle of Tadcaster took place during the First English Civil War on 7 December 1642, when a Royalist force attacked the Parliamentarian garrison of Tadcaster, Yorkshire, which was held by between 900 and 1.500 soldiers under the command of F ...

                                               

Action theory

Action theory may refer to: Action theory philosophy, an area in philosophy concerned with the processes causing intentional human movement Social action, an approach to the study of social interaction outlined by the German sociologist Max Weber ...

                                               

The Empire Strikes Back (disambiguation)

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back 1982 video game, an Atari 2600 game The Empire Strikes Back pinball, a pinball machine released in 1980 by Hankin Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back 1992 video game, a 1992 side-scrolling action game for the Nin ...

                                               

Cartesian

Cartesian product, a direct product of two sets Cartesian diagram, a construction in category theory Cartesian coordinate system, modern rectangular coordinate system Cartesian oval, a curve Cartesian geometry, now more commonly called analytic g ...

                                               

Physical Society

A Physical Society is a professional organization of physicists, and may refer to: Italian Physical Society French Physical Society Korean Physical Society Physical Society of Edinburgh Danish Physical Society Physical Society of London Estonian ...

                                               

Martius

Martius may refer to: an adjectival form of the theonym Mars in Latin Telo Martius, an ancient name for Toulon, France Martius month the month of March on the ancient Roman calendar Campus Martius, the "Field of Mars" in ancient Rome People named ...

                                               

Center for the Fundamental Laws of Nature

The Center for the Fundamental Laws of nature is the high-energy theory group in Harvards Physics Department. As of January 2020, it had 12 faculty and affiliate faculty, 18 postdoctoral, and 19 graduate student members, in addition to multiple a ...

                                               

Antena 3

Antena 3 may refer to: Antena 3 Romania, a Romanian television channel owned by Intact Media Group Antena 3 Radio, defunct radio station Antena 3 Noticias, a news program Antena 3 Portugal, a national radio channel produced by the Portuguese publ ...

                                               

DreamWorks

DreamWorks may refer to: DreamWorks Pictures, an American film production company DreamWorks Television, an American television production company and division of the film studio DreamWorks Records, a now-defunct record label that was a division ...

                                               

EMC

Eastern Media Centre, a British television channel eMC hip hop group EMC Publishing, LLC, an American publishing company European Music Council, a cultural organization "E.M.C.", a song by Hawkwind from their 1988 album The Xenon Codex

                                               

Gab

Gab or GAB may refer to: Gabri language of Chad Gab, Iran, a village in Hormozgan Province "Gab" song, an Occitan boasting song of the Middle Ages Great Artesian Basin, in Australia German American Bund, a German-American pro-Nazi organization 19 ...

                                               

The Advertiser

The Advertiser, a regional newspaper in Cessnock, New South Wales published by ACM Ararat Advertiser, a regional newspaper in Ararat, Victoria published by Australian Community Media ACM Wollongong Advertiser 1982–, a regional newspaper in Wollon ...

                                               

The National

The National may refer to: News media: The National TV program, a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation television news program The National Sports Daily, a defunct U.S. sports newspaper The National Scotland, a newspaper in Scotland The National Abu ...

                                               

EVR

Ecclesbourne Valley Railway, a heritage railway in Derbyshire, England Eden Valley Railway, a closed railway in Cumbria, England Ely Valley Railway, a defunct railway in South Wales Eden Valley Railway heritage railway, a heritage railway in Cumb ...

                                               

Act III

Wyeth Act-3, a drug composed of ibuprofen; see Ibuprofen brand names LGP-30#ACT-III_programming_language, Librascope ACT-III programming language Act III Publishing, a defunct American Trade Magazine publisher active 1985-1991 Act III Theatres, a ...

                                               

Biodome

Biodome may refer to: Biosphere 2, an artificial closed ecosystem in Oracle, Arizona. a closed ecological system BIOS-3, a closed ecosystem at the Institute of Biophysics in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia. the Montreal Biodome, a facility located in Montre ...

                                               

Respiration

Maintenance respiration, the amount of cellular respiration required for an organism to maintain itself in a constant state Cellular respiration, the process in which nutrients are converted into useful energy in a cell Anaerobic respiration, cel ...

                                               

Salt pond

Salt evaporation pond, an artificial salt pond Tropical salt pond ecosystem, a natural salt pond ecosystem Salt pan geology, desert feature with occasional salt ponds