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Kelvin, the unit of measurement used for absolute temperatures and color temperatures.
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K” has two different meanings, and both apply to movie lights, so one should be careful to differentiate one from the other. 1.: An abbreviation for Kilowatts. There are 1,000 Watts in 1 Kilowatt. It is used when talking about quartz lights or HMIs, as a way to measure their brightness based on their power consumption. A “1K” is a 1,000 Watt ...
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K antigens: envelope, sheath antigens (E. coli).
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K, 11th letter of the alphabet. It is a usual symbol for a voiceless velar stop, as in the English cook. It corresponds to Greek kappa. In chemistry K is the symbol for the element potassium.
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n. the shorthand symbol for "contract" used almost universally by lawyers and law students.
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K is slang for one thousand.
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K is slang for one thousand.
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K is an abbreviation for K-Band
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K is the eleventh letter of the English alphabet, representing a guttural articulation, the surd consonant corresponding to the sonant g. In Anglo-Saxon this letter was only used occasionally, c being regularly used instead. So also in Latin, k, borrowed from the Greeks, was little used, its place being supplied by c. The Italians, Spaniards, and P...
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Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Symbol for potassium (preceded by superscript number, indicates isotope); kalium; phylloquinone; kelvin; lysine; lysyl. 2. In optics, the coefficient of scleral rigidity. 3. In contact lens fitting, the radius of curvature of the flattest meridian of the apical cornea.
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Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Symbol for dissociation constant; kinetic energy; luminous efficiency. See: Kd
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Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for kilo-; used with SI and metric units.
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Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Symbol for rate constants, under constant or velocity constants, under constant.
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(physics) Symbol for kelvin, a scale of temperature
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(mathematics) Abbreviation for thousand, as in a salary of £30K
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Symbol for kilo-, as in kg (kilogram) and km (kilometre)
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Thousand (e.g., 40K = 40,000)
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One of the 4 process colours CMYK. K = Black.
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Carthage/Carthago (near Tunis, North Africa)
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Cyzicus (Kapu Dagh, Turkey/
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herald.
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The German word for cheese.
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Is the Commodity Futures Symbol which represents the May Delivery Month.
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