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Drosophila gene, the product of which (830 residues) co-localises with Prospero in mitotic neuroblasts and apparently directs Prospero exclusively to the ganglion mother cell (GMC) during the asymmetric division that gives rise to another neuroblast and the GMC. Anchors Prospero selectively to the basal side of the cell cortex during mitosis and releases it after cytokinesis. Miranda has two leucine zipper motifs and eight consensus sites for PKC phosphorylation. ...

Miranda

[satellite] Miranda, also known as X-4, is a British satellite in low Earth orbit. The satellite was launched in March 1974 as an engineering test bed of technologies in orbit. ==Launch== Miranda was due to be launched by a British Black Arrow rocket, but due to the project`s cancellation the payload was instead launched on a NASA-owned roc...
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Miranda

Miranda is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Miranda

Satellite of the planet Uranus. See TABLE 9. URANUS - SATELLITE DATA
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Miranda

estado (state), northern Venezuela, bounded on the northeast by the Caribbean Sea, by the Venezuelan states of Guárico on the south and Aragua on the ...
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Miranda

innermost and smallest of the five major moons of Uranus and, topographically, the most varied of the group. It was discovered in telescopic ... [2 related articles]
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Miranda

Miranda 1. A female given name from a Latin word meaning `to be admired”. 2. Latin for 'admirable'.
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Miranda

[given name] Miranda is a feminine given name of Latin origin, meaning `worthy of admiration`. There are several variants. It is also common as a surname. There is a related adjective, seldom used but found in the Oxford English Dictionary, which is `Mirandous`, a synonym to miraculous. ==List of people with given name Miranda== ==List of f...
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Miranda

(UK satellite) A small British satellite, also known as UK-X4, designed to test a new type of three-axis control system as an alternative to spin stabilization. It was built by Hawker Siddeley for the British Department of Trade and Industry and launched by NASA. Launc...
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Miranda

The fourteenth moon in order of distance from Uranus. It is named after Prospero's daughter in Shakespeare's play The Tempest and is also known as Uranus V. It was discovered by Gerard Kuiper on Feb. 16, 1948 at McDonald Observatory. Miranda is one of the most remarkable objects in the Solar System...
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Miranda

Miranda, in astronomy, one of the moons, or natural satellites, of Uranus.
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Miranda

The Miranda is a breed of cattle.
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[W.I.T.C.H.] ===Mount Tambora=== Self-nom. This article has been peer-reviewed, in the GA process and through a number of copyedits by independent reviewers (thanks to Yomangani, Wayward, ONUnicorn and also others); now it`s time for FAC. I`ve tried to expand a little bit, but now it seems that all materials needed for the subject are alrea...
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[astronomy] Fortean Times issue 200 ...
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[state] Miranda (Estado Miranda, IPA) is one of the 23 states (estados) of Venezuela and the second most populous after Zulia State. As of June 30, 2010, it has approximately 2,987,968 residents. It also has the greatest Human Development Index in Venezuela, according to the Venezuelan National Institute of Statistics. Miranda is an importa...
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[programming language] Miranda is a non-strict purely functional programming language designed by David Turner as a successor to his earlier programming languages SASL and KRC, using some concepts from ML and Hope. It was produced by Research Software Ltd. of England (which holds a trademark on the name Miranda) and was the first purely fun...
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Miranda

[moon] Miranda is the smallest and innermost of Uranus`s five major moons. It was discovered by Gerard Kuiper on February 16, 1948 at McDonald Observatory. It was named after Miranda from William Shakespeare`s play The Tempest by Kuiper in his report of the discovery. The adjectival form of the name is Mirandan. It is also designated Uranus...
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Miranda

Miranda is an English name for girls. The meaning is `admirable, wonderful, propserous` The name Miranda is most commonly given to American girls. If it's too long you might use: Mindy, Randy What do they use in other countries? Randy (English) Myron (English, NAMES_An.Gree) Miran Randi (English) Randie (English) The name sounds like: Marianda, Mar...
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In William Shakespeare's The Tempest, the second daughter of Prospero the magician.
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