Surf

HMS Surf was a British Sealion Class submarine of 715 tons displacement launched during the early 1940's. HMS Surf was armed with one 3-inch gun; one 20 mm anti-aircraft gun; three machine-guns; six 21-inch torpedo tubes in the bow and one external 21 inch torpedo tube. She had a top speed of 14.5 knots surfaced and 10 knots submerged, could crash ...
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Surf

Surf is slang for to leisurely browse world wide web sites.
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Surf

Surf is slang for to leisurely browse world wide web sites.
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Surf

(1) Collective term for BREAKERS. (2) The wave activity in the area between the SHORELINE and the outermost limit of breakers. (3) The term surf in literature usually refers to the breaking waves on shore and on reefs when accompanied by a roaring noise caused by the larger waves breaking.
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surf

[n] - waves breaking on the shore 2. [v] - ride the waves of the sea with a surfboard 3. [v] - switch channels, on television
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Surf

Surf noun [ Formerly spelled suffe , and probably the same word as English sough .] The swell of the sea which breaks upon the shore, esp. upon a sloping beach. Surf bird (Zoology) , a ploverlike bird of the genus Aphriza , allied to the turnstone. -- ...
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Surf

Surf noun The bottom of a drain. [ Prov. Eng.]
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surf

The swell of the sea which breaks upon the shore, especially. Upon a sloping beach. ... <zoology> Surf bird See Whiting. ... Origin: Formerly spelled suffe, and probably the same word as E. Sough. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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surf

breaker noun waves breaking on the shore
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Surf

• (n.) The swell of the sea which breaks upon the shore, esp. upon a sloping beach. • (n.) The bottom of a drain.
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SURF

SURF (Speeded Up Robust Features) is a robust local feature detector, first presented by Herbert Bay et al. in 2006, that can be used in computer vision tasks like object recognition or 3D reconstruction. It is partly inspired by the SIFT descriptor. The standard version of SURF is several times faster than SIFT and claimed by its authors to be mo...
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surf

perform navigation without at first having a specific address of a goal
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surf

surf: see wave, in oceanography; beach.
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Surf

[Amtrak station] Of the 73 California stations served by Amtrak, Lompoc-Surf was the 64th-busiest in FY2010, boarding or detraining an average of approximately 18 passengers daily. ==Platforms and tracks== ...
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Surf

[detergent] Surf is the name of a brand of laundry detergent made by Unilever and sold in India, Ireland, South Africa and many other countries. In the United States the Surf product line is owned by Sun Products. The brand Omo was used when it was introduced in Australia and New Zealand. Currently in Australia and South Africa, Surf as wel...
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Surf

collective term for breakers. Also the wave activity in the area between the shoreline and the outermost limit of breakers.
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Surf

The breaking or tumbling forward of water waves as they approach the shore.
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Surf

of the sea, braking waves close to the shore
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Surf

A rider surfs the peloton by moving throughout the field without hitting the wind and thus doing minimal work. Surfing implies the rider is navigating through the pack with the ease and grace of a surfer on wave.
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Surf

[web browser] surf is a minimalist web browser developed by suckless.org. The user interface of this browser does not include any graphical control elements; it is controled via keyboard shortcuts or external tools, which may manipulate its behavior by setting its window`s properties. == Features == surf is intentionally limited in its set ...
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