Darwin

[n] - English natural scientist whose `On the Origin of Species` formulated a theory of evolution by natural selection (1809-1882) 2. [n] - provincial capital of the Northern Territory of Australia
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Darwin

Charles Darwin noun English natural scientist who formulated a theory of evolution by natural selection (1809-1882)
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Darwin

(Australia) Port and capital of Northern Territory, Australia; population (2001 est) 72,100. Darwin is situated at the centre of Australia's north coast, in the northwest of Arnhem Land on a peninsula bordering the Timor Sea. It is a service centre for the northern part of Northern Ter...
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Darwin

[ADL] Darwin is an Architecture Description Language (ADL). It can be used in a software engineering context to describe the organisation of a piece of software in terms of components, their interfaces and the bindings between components. In comparison to others ADLs, such as Wright, the language does not provide the notion of connectors as...
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Darwin

[lunar crater] The outer rim of this formation has been significantly disintegrated by the nearby impacts. The southern and northern parts of the rim in particular are all but destroyed. The eastern rim is somewhat worn but intact, and several small craters lie along the southwestern rim. The satellite crater Darwin B, a fairly large format...
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Darwin

[operating system] Darwin is an open source Unix-like computer operating system released by Apple Inc. in 2000. It is composed of code developed by Apple, as well as code derived from NeXTSTEP, BSD, and other free software projects. Darwin forms the core set of components upon which OS X and iOS are based. It is mostly POSIX compatible, but...
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Darwin

[programming game] Darwin was a programming game invented in August 1961 by Victor A. Vyssotsky, Robert Morris Sr., and M. Douglas McIlroy. (Dennis Ritchie is sometimes incorrectly cited as a co-author, but was not involved.) The game was developed at Bell Labs, and played on an IBM 7090 mainframe there. The game was only played for a few w...
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Darwin

[spacecraft] Darwin was a suggested ESA Cornerstone mission which would have involved a constellation of four to nine spacecraft designed to directly detect Earth-like planets orbiting nearby stars and search for evidence of life on these planets. The most recent design envisaged three free-flying space telescopes, each three to four metres...
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Darwin

[unit] ==Application== The measure is most useful in palaeontology, where macroevolutionary changes in the dimensions of fossils can be compared. Where this is used it is an indirect measure as it relies on phenotypic rather than genotypic data. Several data are required to overcome natural variation within a population. The darwin only mea...
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Darwin

A ESA (European Space Agency) space-based interferometer that will operate in the infrared part of the spectrum (see Infrared Space Interferometer). Its principal aims will be to search for Earth-like planets around nearby stars and then look for signatures of life, such as the presence of ozone in ...
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Darwin

Charles Darwin was born on Feb. 12, 1809 at The Mount, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England, and died April 19, 1882. Darwin was an English naturalist renowned for his documentation of natural observations. His evolutionary theories are contained in two works. On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection (1859), and The Expression of Emotion i...
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Darwin

Charles R., English biologist and evolutionist, 1809-1882. ... See: darwinian ear, Darwinian evolution, darwinian reflex, darwinian theory, darwinian tubercle. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Darwin

Darwin is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `dear friend` The name Darwin is most commonly given to American boys. Although in most countries Darwin is a name given to boys. In the United States, 1 out of 82 Darwin`s are girls. The name sounds like: Darin, Darrin, Durwin See also: Darvin
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Darwin

Darwin, city (1991 pop. 67,946), capital of the Northern Territory, N Australia, on Port Darwin, an inlet of the Timor Sea. Remotely situated on the sparsely settled north coast, Darwin had no rail connection with any of the major Australian cities until 2003, when the line to Adelaide was completed...
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