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Artificial Neural Network
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(CONTROL SYSTEMS GLOSSARY) An abbreviation sometimes used for artificial neural networks.
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Codename for the Japanese Mitsubishi Ki.30 light bomber [US]
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• (n.) Alt. of Annat
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Ann is a Irish girl name. The meaning of the name is `priceless` Where is it used? The name Ann is mainly used In English.It is an abbreviated form of Anneliese, used In German and In Scandinavian.How do they say it elsewhere? Anne ( In French, English and In German) In combination with other names: In English (Modern) : Leann (F) In English
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Lady Anne Moulson (sometimes Ann and/or Mowlson), born Anne Radcliffe (sometimes Radclyffe) (1576-1661), was an early benefactor of the fledgling colonial Harvard College. She is remembered today in the name of Radcliffe College. In 1600 she was married to Thomas Moulson, an alderman and member of the Grocers` Company who served
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In Scottish law, an ann or annat was the half-year's stipend of a living, after the death of the clergyman, payable to his family or next of kin. The right to the ann was not vested in the clergyman himself, but in his representatives; and, accordingly, it could neither be disposed of by him nor attached for his debts.
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"Ann (Don`t Go Runnin`)" is a single by American country music artist Tommy Overstreet. Released in December 1971, it was the first single from his album This Is Tommy Overstreet. The song peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart, his highest-charting single on the chart. It also reached No. 1 on the RPM
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