omega

  1. the ending of a series or sequence
  2. the last (24th) letter of the Greek alphabet

OMEGA

Ground based multi-user worldwide VLF navigation system

Omega

Lowest ranking member in the social order of a wolf pack.
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omega

[n] - the ending of a series or sequence 2. [n] - the last (24th) letter of the Greek alphabet
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Omega

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Omega

O·me'ga noun [ New Latin , from Greek ..., i.e., the great or long o. Confer Mickle .] 1. The last letter of the Greek alphabet. See Alpha . 2. The last; the end; hence, death. « ' Omega ! thou art Lord,' they said.» Tennyson. Alpha and O...
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omega

1. Twenty-fourth and last letter of the Greek alphabet, omega. ... 2. Symbol for Ohm. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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omega

Z noun the ending of a series or sequence; `the Alpha and the Omega, the first and the last, the beginning and the end`--Revelation
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Omega

• (n.) The last letter of the Greek alphabet. See Alpha. • (n.) The last; the end; hence, death.
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omega

omega 1. The 24th and last letter of the Greek alphabet (Ω, ω). 2. The vowel sound represented by this letter. 3. The last of any series; the end. 4. Of or characterizing a chemical group or position at the end of a molecular chain; such as, omega-oxidation.
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Omega

Omega is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Omega

Omega is the 24th and last letter of the Greek alphabet.
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Omega

A set of three large curves that are connected. From above, the shape resembles the Greek letter Omega.
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Omega

a turn shaped like the Greek letter Omega -- a W
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Omega

Lowest ranking member in the social order of a wolf pack.
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Omega

Refers to the last, end or final point, step, process, iteration, entity or so forth. It is related to 9999.
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Omega

the lowest ranking member in the social order of a wolf pack
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OMEGA

[counterterrorism unit] OMEGA is the premier counter-terrorism unit of Latvia. Founded in 1992, OMEGA cooperates with many other counter-terrorism units over the world. Its equipment and weaponry includes the Heckler & Koch MP5, the HK G36C and the Walther P99. ...
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Omega

[Cyrillic] Unlike Greek, the Slavic languages had only a single /o/ sound, so Omega was little used compared to the letter On (О о), descended from the Greek letter Omicron. In the older ustav writing Omega was used mainly for its numeric value of 800, and rarely appeared even in Greek words. In later semi-ustav manuscripts it was used fo...
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Omega

[camera] Omega is the name of various medium-format cameras and enlargers. The Simmon Brothers, known for their line of enlargers, built the original Simmon Omega cameras in the United States. These rangefinder cameras took 6x7cm photographs on 120 roll film. Later, Konica manufactured the Koni Omega line. The last models, including the Rap...
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Omega

[TeX] Omega is an extension of the TeX typesetting system that uses the Basic Multilingual Plane of Unicode. It was authored by John Plaice and Yannis Haralambous after TeX development was frozen in 1991, primarily to enhance TeX`s multilingual typesetting abilities. It includes a new 16-bit font encoding for TeX, as well as fonts (omlgc an...
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Omega

[video game] Omega is a computer game developed by Stuart Marks and published by Origin Systems in 1989. The original game came on 5¼` floppy disks. ==Gameplay== The game puts the player in the role of a cyber-tank designer and programmer. Given a limited budget, the player must design a tank that can defeat a series of ever more challengi...
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Omega

[navigation system] OMEGA was the first truly global-range radio navigation system, operated by the United States in cooperation with six partner nations. It enabled ships and aircraft to determine their position by receiving very low frequency (VLF) radio signals in the range 10 to 14 kHz, transmitted by a network of fixed terrestrial radi...
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Omega

Omega (capital: Ω, lowercase: ω; Greek Ωμέγα) is the 24th and last letter of the Greek alphabet. In the Greek numeric system, it has a value of 800. The word literally means `great O` (ō mega, mega meaning `great`), as opposed to omicron, which means `little O` (o mikron, micron meaning `little`). This name is Byzantine; in Classic...
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Omega

The lowest ranking member in the social order of a wolf pack. Natural wolf packs may not have a single omega wolf. However, low-ranking members of a wolf pack such as young, sexually maturing males and females may become dispersers, especially if food is scarce.
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