Ogden

[n] - English psychologist who collaborated with I. A. Richards in designing Basic English (1889-1957) 2. [n] - a town in northern Utah settled by Mormons
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Ogden

C. K. Ogden noun English psychologist who collaborated with I. A. Richards in designing Basic English (1889-1957)
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Ogden

noun a town in northern Utah settled by Mormons
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Ogden

city, seat (1852) of Weber county, northern Utah, U.S. It lies at the confluence of the Weber and Ogden rivers, just west of the Wasatch Range and ...
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Ogden

Ogden is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `from the oak-tree valley` Where is it used? The name Ogden is mainly used In English. The name Ogden doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Ogden seems to be unique!
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Ogden

[horse] Ogden (1894–1923) was a British-bred Thoroughbred racehorse that was imported to the United States at a young age and became one of the top sires in the US during the 1910s. He notably sired Sir Martin, winner of the 1910 Coronation Cup in the UK, and The Finn, 1915 Belmont Stakes winner. ==Pedigree== Ogden was sired by the Britis...
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Ogden

The USS Ogden was an American frigate of 1430 tons displacement launched in 1943 and lent to the Soviet Navy during the Second World War. The USS Ogden had a top speed of 20 knots and carried a complement of 194. She was armed with three 3 inch dual-purpose guns; four 40 mm anti-aircraft guns and four depth-charge throwers.
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Ogden

[hyperelastic model] The Mooney-Rivlin material was originally also developed for rubber, but is today often applied to model (incompressible) biological tissue. For modeling rubbery and biological materials at even higher strains, the more sophisticated Ogden material model has been developed. http://mechanik.tu-berlin.de/weinberg/Lehre/fe...
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Ogden

Ogden, city (1990 pop. 63,909), seat of Weber co., N Utah, at the confluence of the Ogden and Weber rivers; inc. 1851. Aerospace industries and Hill Air Force Base are the major employers. There is weapons design and the manufacture of paper, metal, carbon fiber, and computer products; transportatio...
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Ogden

Ogden, river, 35 mi (56 km) long, rising in the Wasatch Range in N Utah, and flowing SW to join the Weber River at Ogden. The river has been used for irrigation for nearly a century. The Ogden–Brigham Canal (c.20 mi/30 km long) carries water N to Brigham. Pineview Dam, completed by the Bureau ...
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Ogden

[name] Ogden is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include: Surname: Given name: Fictional characters: ...
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