hamlet

  1. a community of people smaller than a village
  2. the hero of William Shakespeare's tragedy who hoped to avenge the murder of his father
  3. a settlement smaller than a town

HAMLET

[protein complex] HAMLET (Human Alpha-lactalbumin Made LEthal to Tumor cells) is a complex between alpha-lactalbumin and oleic acid that induces apoptosis in tumor cells, but not in healthy cells. HAMLET is a novel chemotherapeutic agent with potent tumoricidal properties. Alpha-lactalbumin is the primary protein component of human milk. In...
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Hamlet

[video game] Hamlet or The Last Game Without MMORPG Features, Shaders and Product Placement is an award-winning indie adventure game based on William Shakespeare`s Hamlet. It was developed by indie game developer mif2000. == Plot == A scientist travels back in time and gets mixed up with characters from William Shakespeare`s play, Hamlet! G...
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hamlet

[n] - the hero of William Shakespeare`s tragedy who hoped to avenge the murder of his father 2. [n] - a community of people smaller than a village
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Hamlet

Tragedy by William Shakespeare, first performed in 1601-02. Hamlet, after much hesitation, avenges the murder of his father, the king of Denmark, by the king's brother Claudius, who has married...
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Hamlet

A very small villages, usually just a couple of houses or farms.
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Hamlet

Ham'let (hăm'lĕt) noun [ Middle English hamelet , Old French hamelet , dim. of hamel , French hameau , Late Latin hamellum , a dim. of German origin; confer German heim home. √220. See Home .] A small village; a little cluster of hous...
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hamlet

crossroads noun a community of people smaller than a village
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Hamlet

• (n.) A small village; a little cluster of houses in the country.
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Hamlet

(from the article `Hamlet`) ...Though the story itself was centuries old, Hamlet`s famous hesitation—his reluctance or unreadiness to avenge his father`s murder—is central and ... As Shakespeare`s play opens, Hamlet is mourning his father, who has been killed, and lamenting the behaviour of his mother, Gertrude, who married hi...
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hamlet

(from the article `Polynesian culture`) The hamlet settlement pattern was found in the larger volcanic islands, where food resources were diversified and scattered over the range of ... ...(clusters or hamlets), and occasional villages and small towns still characterize much of the highland zone. Some nucleated settlement patterns, ... ...
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Hamlet

(from the article `Christie, Julie`) In the 1990s, Christie returned to the filmgoing public`s attention with her acclaimed portrayal of Gertrude in Kenneth Branagh`s film version of ...
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Hamlet

(from the article `Viewing Shakespeare on Film`) ...for the Boar`s Head Inn, and then soared off into a mythical France as portrayed in the 1490 manuscript Les Très Riches Heures du duc de Berry. In ... [4 related articles]
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Hamlet

tragedy in five acts by William Shakespeare, written about 1599–1601 and published in a quarto edition in 1603 from an unauthorized text, with ... [27 related articles]
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Hamlet

[crater] Hamlet is the largest crater on the known part of the surface of Uranus` moon Oberon. It has diameter of about 206 km and is named after the title character of the play Hamlet, by William Shakespeare. The crater has a dark floor and is surrounded by a system of bright rays, which are ice ejecta deposited during the impact event. Th...
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Hamlet

[Tchaikovsky] Shakespeare`s Hamlet was the inspiration for two works by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: the overture-fantasia Hamlet, Op. 67a, and incidental music for the play, Op. 67b. ==Overture-Fantasia, Op. 67a== Tchaikovsky wrote the Hamlet overture-fantasia, Op. 67a, between June and 19 October 1888, overlapping the scoring of his Fifth Sy...
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Hamlet

Hamlet is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Hamlet

Hamlet, prince of Denmark, IS the hero of Shakespeare's famous tragedy. The story is founded on an old tradition, related, amongst others, by Saxo-Grammaticus, of a Danish prince, Hamlet, who lived about 500 BC, but essentially altered in details and conclusion.
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HAMLET

Type: Term Pronunciation: ham′lit Definitions: 1. Acronym for human α-lactalbumin made lethal to tumor cells.
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Hamlet

[cigar] Hamlet cigars were first launched in the UK in 1964. More recently, Hamlet cigars have been launched in a number of western European markets. They are most famous in the UK for their comical advertisements, which present scenes in which a man, having failed dismally at something, is consoled by lighting a Hamlet cigar. Much of the h...
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Hamlet

[Amtrak station] Hamlet Station was originally built in 1900 by the Seaboard Air Line Railroad as both a passenger station and a division headquarters. It was originally called the Seaboard Air Line Passenger Depot and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on November 19, 1971. Between 2001 and 2004 the entire Queen Anne-st...
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Hamlet

[Oregon] A hamlet is a model of local governance in Clackamas County in the U.S. state of Oregon. Like hamlets elsewhere, it is a country subdivision; like New York`s hamlets, the definition is unique to a state (in this case, to one county in a state). Hamlets in Oregon are in addition to villages in Oregon (which were defined at the same ...
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Hamlet

[legend] Hamlet is a figure in Scandinavian romance and an inspiration for Prince Hamlet, the hero of Shakespeare`s tragedy, Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. The chief authority for the legend of Hamlet is Saxo Grammaticus, who devotes to it parts of the third and fourth books of his Gesta Danorum, completed at the beginning of the 13th century. ...
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Hamlet

[place] A hamlet is a type of settlement. The definition of hamlet varies by country. It usually refers to a small settlement, with a small population, in a rural area, or a component of a larger settlement or municipality. Hamlets are typically unincorporated communities. == Etymology == The word comes from Anglo-Norman hamelet(t)e, corres...
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Hamlet

A list comprehension has the same syntactic components to represent generation of a list in order from an input list or iterator: List comprehensions give results in a defined order (unlike the members of sets); and list comprehensions may generate the members of a list in order, rather than produce the entirety of the list thus allowing, for exam...
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