Lynx

[Chinese astronomy] The modern constellation Lynx lies across two of the quadrants symbolized by the The White Tiger of the West (西方白虎, Xī Fāng Bái Hǔ) and The Vermillion Bird of the South (南方朱雀, Nán Fāng Zhū Què), that divide the sky in traditional Chinese uranography. The name of the western constellation in modern...
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Lynx

The Lynx was a French Tigre Class destroyer (contre-torpilleurs) of 2126 tons displacement launched in 1925. The Lynx had a top speed of 34,5 knots and a range of 5600 km at 15 knots and carried a complement of 204. She was armed with five 5.1 inch guns; eight 13 mm anti-aircraft guns; four depth charge throwers and six 21.7 inch torpedo tubes.
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lynx

[n] - short-tailed wildcats with usually tufted ears
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Lynx

English name: The Lynx. Genitive name: Lyncis. Visibility: Visible from the UK See TABLE 20: THE CONSTELLATIONS.
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Lynx

Synthetic Apeture Radar, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems [US], Command/reconnaissance vehicle [CA]
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Lynx

Lynx (lĭnks) noun [ Latin lynx , lyncis , Greek ly`gx ; akin to Anglo-Saxon lox , German luchs , probably named from its sharp sight, and akin to English light . See Light , noun , and confer Ounce an animal....
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lynx

1. <zoology> Any one of several species of feline animals of the genus Felis, and subgenus Lynx. They have a short tail, and usually a pencil of hair on the tip of the ears. ... Among the well-known species are the European lynx (Felis borealis); the Canada lynx or loup-cervier (F. Canadensis); the bay lynx of America (F. Rufa), and its weste...
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lynx

noun short-tailed wildcats with usually tufted ears; valued for their fur
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Lynx

• (n.) Any one of several species of feline animals of the genus Felis, and subgenus Lynx. They have a short tail, and usually a pencil of hair on the tip of the ears. • (n.) One of the northern constellations.
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lynx

short-tailed cats (family Felidae), found in the forests of Europe, Asia, and northern North America.[3 related articles]
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Lynx

Text-based web browser.
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lynx

A World Wide Web browser that displays only text. ch as Fed Wire (which see in the hard copy dictionary).
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Lynx

(abbr. Lyn, gen. Lyncis) The Lynx; a faint northern constellation that lies between Auriga to the west and Ursa Major to the east. Several past changes to the constellation boundaries have left some stars in this region with an identity problem. The star 10 UMa, for example, is ...
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lynx

lynx, name given to several related small, ferocious members of the cat family. All have small heads, tufted ears, and heavy bodies with long legs and short tails. All are primarily terrestrial, although they are able to climb trees. The northern lynx, Felis lynx, is found in coniferous forests of N...
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Lynx

Lynx is a small constellation north of Gemini, formed by Hevelius in 1690.
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Lynx

The Lynx is several wild members of the cat family found in rocky and forested areas of North America and Europe.
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Lynx

Lynx is a computer program for accessing the World Wide Web. It will display Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) documents containing links to files residing on a local system, as well as files residing on remote systems running Gopher, HTTP, FTP, WAIS, and NNTP servers.
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lynx

Wild cat found in rocky and forested regions of North America and Europe. About 1 m/3 ft in length, it has a short tail, tufted ears, and long, silky fur which is reddish brown or grey with dark spots. The North American bobcat or bay lynx (Felix rufus) looks similar but is smaller. Some zoologists place the lynx, the bobcat,...
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Lynx

[tall ship] Lynx is a square topsail schooner based in Newport Beach, California. She is an interpretation of an American letter of marque vessel of the same name from 1812. The original Lynx completed one voyage, running the Royal Navy blockade; the British captured her in 1813 at the start of her second voyage and took her into service as...
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Lynx

[protocol] Lynx is a protocol for the transfer of files over modems. The protocol uses a flow control batch data transmission protocol designed to achieve efficient, reliable, and flexibile file transfers. It was developed by Matthew Thomas in 1989. ==Techniques== The Lynx protocol is based on the assumption that a connection between two si...
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Lynx

[snowmobile] Lynx is originally a Finnish brand of chainsaws, currently owned by the Canadian company Bombardier Recreational Products. Lynx is a snowmobile brand in Europe and has made many unique inventions in snowmobile technology. Lynx snowmobiles are designed for rough conditions. The newest Lynx snowmobiles are built on the Ski-Doo Re...
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Lynx

[Orlando] Lynx is a bus system run by the Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority, serving the greater Orlando, Florida area, Orange, Seminole, and Osceola counties with limited service to Lake, Volusia, and Polk counties. Bus routes are referred to as Links. The standard adult one-way fare is $2 with free single transfers valid f...
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Lynx

[constellation] ==History== Johannes Hevelius defined the constellation in the 17th century because he wanted to fill the open gap between the constellations Ursa Major and Auriga. He supposedly named it Lynx because of its faintness: only the lynx-eyed (or those of good sight) would have been able to recognize it. According to Richard H. A...
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Lynx

[programming language] Lynx is a programming language for large distributed networks, using remote procedure calls. It was developed by the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1984 for the Charlotte multicomputer operating system. In 1986 at the University of Rochester Lynx was ported to the Chrysalis operating system running on a BBN Butt...
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Lynx

[web browser] Lynx is a highly configurable text-based web browser for use on cursor-addressable character cell terminals.{sfn|Rakitin|1997}{sfn|Legan|2001} It is the oldest web browser currently in general use and development,{sfn|Davies|2012} having started in 1992 and {as of|2014|lc=1}, 22 years later, is still in use and development. ==...
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