Sten

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Sten

[name] Sten is a Scandinavian male given name. Literally meaning `rock` or `cliff`, it derives from a literal translation of Peter into the North Germanic languages. Notable individuals with the name include In fiction: Notable individuals with the family name Sten include ...
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sten

A statistical term which uses the standard deviation to convert data into standardised scores which define 10 steps along a normal distribution, with five steps on either side of the mean. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Sten

British submachine gun; it used a 9 mm pistol cartridge, common throughout Europe, in a 32-shot magazine firing at about 500 shots a minute. A cheap and easily made weapon, it was turned out in...
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Sten

Sten is a Swedish name for boys. The meaning is `stone, rock` The name is very rarely given inthe United States. The name Sten is most commonly given to Dutch boys. The name sounds like: Stan, Steno, Steen Similar names are: Stern, Sven, Swen
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Sten

The Sten was a British blowback operated selective fire sub-machine-gun which went through a number of changes and variations from its development in 1941 until production ceased in 1945 by which time more than four million of various models (or marks) had been made. The Sten took a 9 mm Parabellum round from a 32-round box (though generally only 3...
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sten

Type: Abbreviation Pronunciation: sten Definitions: 1. A statistical term that uses the standard deviation to convert data into standardized scores that define ten steps along a normal distribution, with five steps on either side of the mean.
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