GNOME

GNOME (pronounced m or m) is a desktop environment which is composed entirely of free and open-source software and targets to be cross-platform, i.e. run on multiple operating systems, its main focus being those based on the Linux kernel. GNOME is developed by The GNOME Project, which is composed of both volunteers and paid contributors, the large
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Gnome

Is a 15 year maturity, fixed rate pass-through security issued by the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation.
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GNOME

GNU Network Object Model Environment, details ...
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gnome

[n] - a legendary creature resembling a tiny old man 2. [n] - a short pithy saying expressing a general truth
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GNOME

GNU Network Object Model Environment
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Gnome

one of the two main windowing environments for Linux, KDE being the other
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gnome

In folklore, a small, mischievous spirit of the earth or mountain. The males are bearded, wear tunics and hoods, and often conceal treasure in their underground dwellings. The garden gnome, an...
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Gnome

Gnome noun [ French gnome , probably from Greek gnw`mon one that knows, a guardian, i. e. , of the treasures in the inner parts of the earth, or from ... intelligence, both from gnw^nai , gignw^skein , to know. See Know .] 1. An imaginary
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gnome

1. An imaginary being, supposed by the Rosicrucians to inhabit the inner parts of the earth, and to be the guardian of mines, quarries, etc. ... 2. A dwarf; a goblin; a person of small stature or misshapen features, or of strange appearance. ... 3. <zoology> A small owl (Glaucidium gnoma) of the Western United States. ... 4. [Gr] A brief refl
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gnome

noun a short pithy saying expressing a general truth
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Gnome

• (n.) A dwarf; a goblin; a person of small stature or misshapen features, or of strange appearance. • (n.) A brief reflection or maxim. • (n.) A small owl (Glaucidium gnoma) of the Western United States. • (n.) An imaginary being, supposed by the Rosicrucians to inhabit the inner parts of the earth, and to be the guardian of mi
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gnome

in European folklore, dwarfish, subterranean goblin or earth spirit who guards mines of precious treasures hidden in the earth. He is represented in ...
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Gnome

[DC comics] I made this. Cover of the 1909 Greening & Co 1st edition This book was published before 1 January 1923 and the cover image is therefore deemed to be in the public domain in the United States. ...
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Gnome

[rhetoric] A gnome (Greek: γνώμη gnome, from γιγνώσκειν gignoskein `to know`) is a type of saying, especially an aphorism or a maxim designed to provide instruction in a compact form (usually in the form of hexameter). The term gnome was introduced by Klaus Berger in the Formgeschichte des Neuen Testaments. He used this tradi
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gnome

gnome (nōm) , in folklore, tiny subterranean creature associated with mines and quarries. Usually represented as misshapen, frequently as hunchbacked, gnomes are said to be guardians of hidden treasures.
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Gnome

A gnome is a short, pithy saying, often expressed in figurative language, containing a reflection, a practical observation, or a moral maxim. Among the Greeks Theognis, Phocylides, and others, are called the Gnomic poets from their sententious manner of writing.
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Gnome

GNOME (GNU Network Object Model Environment) is a popular graphical user interface for X Windows designed to be an effective desktop and flexible and sophisticated developer's environment.
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Gnome

Is a 15 year maturity, fixed rate pass-through security issued by the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation.
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Gnôme

The result of the debate was Delete. --Titoxd(?!?) 05:05, 2 November 2005 (UTC) ===Tentative=== Vanity page for a band failing to meet WP:MUSIC guidelines. Kineticpast 11:53, 27 October 2005 (UTC) ...
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Gnome

[Dungeons & Dragons] In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, gnomes are one of the core races available for play as player characters. Some speculate that they are closely related to dwarves; however, gnomes are more tolerant of other races and of magic, and are skilled with illusions. Gnomes are Small sized humanoids, standing
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Gnome

[disambiguation] A gnome is a diminutive spirit in Renaissance magic and alchemy. Gnome or GNOME may also refer to: == Fiction == === Races === === Characters === === Titled works === == Brands and companies == == History and politics == == Music == == Computing == == Other uses == ...
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Gnome

A gnome m is a diminutive spirit in Renaissance magic and alchemy, first introduced by Paracelsus in the 16th century and later adopted by more recent authors including those of modern fantasy literature. Its characteristics have been reinterpreted to suit the needs of various story tellers, but it is typically said to be a small, humanoid creatur
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Gnome

(GNU Network Object Model Environment, pronounced gah-NOHM) is a graphical desktop for users Unix and Linux machines.
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gnome

short pithy saying or proverb
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