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Q is an abbreviation for Queen
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[Sanna`s Post] Q (Sanna`s Post)/HQ Battery is the Headquarters Battery of 5th Regiment Royal Artillery in the Royal Artillery. It currently serves in the Surveillance and Target Acquisition role and is equipped with various weapon platform locating equipment using radars and acoustic sound ranging assets. The name Sanna`s Post was taken fol...
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[game engine] Q is a 3D engine / tech development platform / interoperability standard developed by the London based developer Qube Software. == Overview == Qube has made considerable claims for Q. Its lead designers, Servan Keondjian and Doug Rabson have pointed to Q’s architecture as being its key innovation. Q is configured as a framew...
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[San Jose Earthquakes mascot] Articles and events specifically related to science in the 2080s ...
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[musician] == History of Image:SBN logo.gif == ...
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[composer] ==Summary== Solent Blue Line Logo. Part of the Go-Ahead Group. Taken from the official Solent Blue Line website at http://www.solentblueline.com/ ==Information== == Licensing: == ==History of Image:Sbllogo.gif== Part of the Go-Ahead Group Taken from the offical Solent Blue Line website at http://www.solentblueline.com/)`` ...
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The magnification or resonance factor of any resonant device or circuit. Also the width of affected frequencies in an equalizer. Shaped somewhat like an adjustable width bell curve.
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flow rate - GPM
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a metric unit of distance equal to exactly 0.25 millimeter (9.8425 mils) used by typographers and page designers in Japan, in Germany, and in other countries in preference to the traditional point . One Q is equal to about 0.71 point, a little more or less depending on the exact definition of the point. This unit is also spelled kyu.
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Q, 17th letter of the alphabet, corresponding to the koppa of western Greek alphabets. U must follow the letter in English (e.g., queen, question), and the combination properly represents a sound much like the true voiceless labiovelar stop (also represented by the combination kw).
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Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Symbol for coulomb; quantity; quaternary; glutamine; glutaminyl; radiant energy; pseudouridine; coenzyme Q; electric charge; the second product formed in an enzyme-catalyzed reaction; radiant energy.
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Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. In cytogenetics, symbol for long arm of a chromosome (in contrast to p for the short arm). 2. Abbreviation for [L.] quodque, each; every. 3. q. Symbol for heat; specific humidity.
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Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for specific humidity.
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A qualifying score or run.
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Q. See attenuation.
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Is the Commodity Futures Symbol which represents the August Delivery Month.
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Queue -or- Question
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The magnification or resonance factor of any resonant device or circuit. Also the width of affected frequencies in an equalizer. Shaped somewhat like an adjustable width bell curve.
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[programming language from Kx Systems] Q is a proprietary array processing language developed by Arthur Whitney and commercialized by Kx Systems. The language serves as the query language for kdb+, a disk based and in-memory, column-based database. kdb+ is based upon K, a terse variant of APL. Q is a thin wrapper around K, providing a more ...
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[dairy] Q or Q–meieriene is a private Norwegian dairy owned by the Kavli Foundation. It was founded in 2000, and includes two dairies, namely Jæren Gårdsmeieri and Gausdalmeieriet. The two dairies process milk from about 500 farms, totaling 170,000 litres of milk daily (2006). Processed products include drinking milk, chocolate, yogurt,...
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[radio show] Q is a Canadian radio show, which airs on CBC Radio One. Hosted by Jian Ghomeshi, the program is a national arts magazine show. The program is also syndicated to public radio stations in the United States through Public Radio International. The content features interviews with prominent cultural and entertainment figures. Howev...
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[song] (1990) (1990) (1991) `Q` is a single released in 1990/1991 by Mental Cube (better known as Future Sound of London). It is a widely respected dance classic amongst DJ`s and has a distinctive bleeping, electronica feel reminiscent of work by Orbital. ==Track listings== ===1990 release=== ===1991 release=== ==Crew== ...
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[cipher] In cryptography, Q is a block cipher invented by Leslie McBride. It was submitted to the NESSIE project, but was not selected. The algorithm uses a key size of 128, 192, or 256 bits. It operates on blocks of 128 bits using a substitution-permutation network structure. There are 8 rounds for a 128-bit key and 9 rounds for a longer k...
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[number format] Q is a fixed point number format where the number of fractional bits (and optionally the number of integer bits) is specified. For example, a Q15 number has 15 fractional bits; a Q1.14 number has 1 integer bit and 14 fractional bits. Q format is often used in hardware that does not have a floating-point unit and in applicati...
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[emulator] Q is a free emulator software that runs on Mac OS X, including OS X on PowerPC. Q is Mike Kronenberg`s port of the open source and generic processor emulator QEMU. Q uses Cocoa and other Apple technologies, such as Core Image and Core Audio, to achieve its emulation. Q can be used to run Windows, or any other operating system bas...
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