Cascade

[Peter Murphy album] Murphy embarked a five-week joint North American tour in 1995 with American singer Jewel in support of Cascade and Jewel`s debut album, Pieces of You. ==Critical reception== Ned Raggett of Allmusic was positive in his assessment of the album. Raggett wrote: `Another step further up in Murphy`s continuing embrace of gene
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Cascade

Cascade is slang for to vomit.
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Cascade

Cascade is slang for to vomit.
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Cascade

[passenger train] ==History of File:ZKRPiBWP.gif== This is a low resolution picture of the current logo of the Polish Society of War Veterans and Former Political Prisoners (Polish: Związek Kombatantów RP i Byłych Więźniów Politycznych, with Headquarters in Warsaw, Poland).)`` ...
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Cascade

[Social Network Theory] http://www.copacabanany.com/images/copalog6.gif is the source and its used at Copacabana (nightclub) to illustrate corporate brand identity. ==History of Image:CopacabanaLogo.gif== ...
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Cascade

A continuous flow of decorations from one level to another.
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Cascade

[software] Cascade is a proprietary software configuration management tool suite developed by Conifer Systems LLC. It includes: ...
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Cascade

[train] The Cascade was an passenger train of the Southern Pacific on its route between Oakland, California and Portland, Oregon, with a sleeping car to Seattle, Washington. The Southern Pacific started the train on April 17, 1927 soon after the opening of its Cascade Line between Black Butte, California and Springfield, Oregon. At first th
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Cascade

[Guy Manning album] Cascade is the third studio album released by Guy Manning. In Summer 2008, it was re-packaged and re-issued as part of the Guy Manning 10th Anniversary celebrations for 2009 == Track listing == All words and music written by Guy Manning (Except `Hushabye Mountain` by Sherman & Sherman) == Personnel == ...
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Cascade

The point where two lines join together so they run smoothly into one. Cascading the suspension lines results in reduced bulk and drag
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cascade

[Noun] Literally means a waterfall. Often means a lot of something, coming one after the other.
Example: The Managing Director’s resignation started a cascade of resignations throughout the company, as rumours spread of a take-over.
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cascade

[n] - a small waterfall or series of small waterfalls 2. [n] - a succession of stages or operations or processes or units 3. [v] - rush down in big quantities, like a cascade 4. [v] - arrange (open windows) on a computer desktop so that they overlap each other, with the title bars visible
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Cascade

To set and interconnect two mixers so that the stereo mixing buss(es) of the first mixer feeds the stereo buss(es) of a second mixer.
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Cascade

Cascade: A sequence of successive activation reactions involving enzymes (enzyme cascade) or hormones (hormone cascade) characterized by a series of amplifications of an initial stimulus. In blood coagulation, for example, each enzyme activates the next until the final product, the fibrin clot, is reached.
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cascade

A way of arranging open windows on the desktop so that they overlap each other, with the title bar of each window remaining visible.
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Cascade

Cas·cade' (kăs*kād') noun [ French cascade , from Italian cascata , from cascare to fall.] A fall of water over a precipice, as in a river or brook; a waterfall less than a cataract. « The silver brook . . . pours the white cascade . Longfellow. &#
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Cascade

Cas·cade' intransitive verb 1. To fall in a cascade. Lowell. 2. To vomit. [ Slang] Smollett.
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cascade

<chemistry> An entire series of reactions which occurs as a result of a single trigger reaction or compound. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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cascade

noun a succession of stages or operations or processes or units; `progressing in severity as though a cascade of genetic damage was occurring`; `separation of isotopes by a cascade of processes`
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cascade

noun a small waterfall or series of small waterfalls
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cascade

cascade down verb rush down in big quantities, like a cascade
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cascade

verb arrange (open windows) on a computer desktop so that they overlap each other, with the title bars visible
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cascade

(kas-kād´) a series of steps or stages (as of a physiological process) that, once initiated, continues to the final step because each step is triggered by the preceding one, resulting in amplification of the signal, information, or effect at each stage. In electronics, the term is applied to multiple amplifie...
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Cascade

• (v. i.) To vomit. • (v. i.) To fall in a cascade. • (n.) A fall of water over a precipice, as in a river or brook; a waterfall less than a cataract.
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cascade

waterfall, especially a series of small falls, consisting of water descending over rocks or boulders. It may be natural or it may be artificial. The ... [2 related articles]
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