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[darts] A set in darts consists of a sequence of legs (games) played, ending when the count of legs won meets certain criteria. Throwing first is considered an advantage in a leg, so players alternate who throws first in each leg during the set. Generally, a set will consist of the best of five legs (first player to win three) - although th
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[river] The Set is a river in Catalonia (northeastern Spain). ...
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[Thompson Twins album] Set is the second album by the English pop group Thompson Twins. Released in February 1982, it was the second album they recorded for their own T Records imprint, which was released by Arista Records/Hansa. Compared to their first album, A Product of ... (Participation), Set featured a more polished sound thanks to pr
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[TV program] Set is a television program which is broadcast by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. It features live performances by Australian experimental musicians. The first series of three performances screened on Tuesday evenings, premiering on 25 April 2006. A second series will begin in July. ==Series one== ...
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Set

Let food become solid.
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Set

Let food become solid.
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A construction on stage built to suggest place and time in which the singers enact the story of the opera plot.
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an individual multiple-unit, or carriages in a fixed formation.
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[music] A set (pitch set, pitch-class set, set class, set form, pitch collection) in music theory, as in mathematics and general parlance, is a collection of objects. In musical contexts the term is traditionally applied most often to collections of pitches or pitch-classes, but theorists have extended its use to other types of musical enti
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As in going below the horizon, for the technical definition, please follow this link to the U.S. Naval Observatory's Astronomical Applications.
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Set

In reference to shallot bulbs and small onions, as in sets of onions.
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A collection of things, usually numbers. Sets may be infinite in size.
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1) Verb - To set is to prepare the stage for the coming scene by placing everything in its correct position. 2) Noun - The set is all the scenery, furniture and props used to create a particular scene. 3) When an actor has learnt their lines and stage directions they are 'set'.
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Set

Securities Exchange of Thailand
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The layout of merchandise in an aisle or store.
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[Noun] Plural form: sets. A group of people or things that belong together. In sport it means a series of games, such as tennis or darts.
Example: In the gym I use a set of weights.
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Secure Electronic Transaction / To apply a value / Group of similar things, details ...
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[n] - a unit of play in tennis or squash 2. [n] - evil beast-headed god with high square ears and a long snout 3. [n] - an unofficial association of people or groups 4. [n] - (mathematics) an abstract collection of numbers or symbols 5. [n] - a group of things of the same kind that belong together and are so used 6. [n] -
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Secure Electronic Transaction + Softwave Engineering Technology
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Secure Electronic Transactions - payment across networks, independent of the security of the network.
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Arrangement of scenery units which together represent a single location. The term is also used as a verb to mean to put up or assemble scenery for use (e.g. to set a stage).
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Secure Electronic Transaction. Technology developed by Visa and Mastercard to secure online payments.
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Fixed number of repetitions. For example, 10 repetitions may comprise one set.
Found on http://www.netfit.co.uk/glossary/fitness-glossary-s.htm

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(In topic `Security`) The SET (Secure Electronic Transaction) protocol, used by the credit card companies to ensure secure credit card transactions over the Internet, represents one of the most sophisticated uses of digital signatures. It provides a mechanism for credit card numbers for credit card numbers to be transferred directly to the credit c
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A term used in different ways to describe: -A small onion or shallot bulb that is planted to grow into a mature vegetable for eating. -Blossom that has been fertilised, especially on a fruit tree
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