Unity

[user interface] Unity is a graphical shell for the GNOME desktop environment developed by Canonical Ltd. for its Ubuntu operating system. Unity debuted in the netbook edition of Ubuntu 10.10. It was initially designed to make more efficient use of space given the limited screen size of netbooks, including, for example, a vertical applicati...
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Unity

[Latvian political party] Unity (Vienotība) registered as Partija `VIENOTĪBA` Party `UNITY` is a liberal-conservative political party in Latvia, founded as an electoral alliance of the New Era Party, Civic Union, and the Society for Other Politics on 6 March 2010. It was reportedly founded in a bid to form a counterweight to the left-wing...
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Unity

HMS Unity was a British U Class submarine of 540 tons displacement launched in 1938 and sunk during the Second World War. HMS Unity was powered by two Davey Paxman diesel engines providing a top speed of 11 knots surfaced and two electric motors providing a top speed of 9 knots submerged. She carried a complement of 31 was armed with one 3 inch gun...
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Unity

[Larry Young] Pirates: Duels on the High Seas is an adventure game for Nintendo DS. It was developed by Oxygen Studios and published by Oxygen Games. The game is a sequel to the similar WiiWare title, Pirates: The Key of Dreams. == Plot == An old man in a pub presents you with a riddle; after solving this riddle, you discover that possessio...
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Unity

[ship] Unity was a ship that went missing in 1813 off the coast of Tasmania, Australia. Unity was a schooner and was moored in Hobart when on the night of 24 April 1813, between 11pm and midnight, a gang of seven armed convicts boarded the ship. They seized the crew and the ship`s owner, William Hobart Mansel, a merchant from Sydney, and he...
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Unity

[cable system] Unity is a Trans-Pacific submarine communications cable between Japan and the United States that was completed in April 2010. Unity comprises a 10,000 km linear cable system with a `multi-terabit` capacity of up to 7.68 Tbit/s. Construction of the cable was funded by a consortium formed in February 2008 comprising Bharti Airt...
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Unity

[Afrika Bambaataa and James Brown song] `Unity` is a song recorded by Afrika Bambaataa and James Brown as a duet in 1984. It was the first recording in which Brown collaborated with a performer associated with hip hop, a then-new idiom heavily influenced by Brown`s own funk music. The record`s title and its cover showing the two performers ...
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Unity

[ISS] ===Helix Nebula (NGC 7293)=== ...
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Unity

One.
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unity

Origin: OE. Unite, F. Unite, L. Unitas, from unus one. See One, and cf. Unit. ... 1. The state of being one; oneness. 'Whatever we can consider as one thing suggests to the understanding the idea of unity.' (Locks) ... Unity is affirmed of a simple substance or indivisible monad, or of several particles or parts so intimately and closely united as ...
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unity

A synonym for the number 'one'. Contexts: phrases
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Unity

• (n.) The peculiar characteristics of an estate held by several in joint tenancy. • (n.) Any definite quantity, or aggregate of quantities or magnitudes taken as one, or for which 1 is made to stand in calculation; thus, in a table of natural sines, the radius of the circle is regarded as unity. • (n.) The state of being one; onenes...
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unity

(from the article `garden and landscape design`) ...are contained in these individual components and in specific relations that may develop among them on a particular site. The principles of ...
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Unity

(from the article `Fillmore, Myrtle Page`) In 1889 they began publication of a magazine called Modern Thought (after 1895 called Unity). In 1893 they began publishing a second magazine, Wee ...
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unity

(from the article `solids, mechanics of`) ...per unit time. The number of vibration cycles per unit time is n/2. Equation (117) is arranged so that the term in the brackets shows the ...
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Unity

(from the article `space station`) ...was designed to provide attitude control and solar power arrays for the nascent station. Shortly afterward, space shuttle astronauts ferried up ...
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unity

unity 1. The state of being one; oneness. 2. A whole or totality as when combining all its parts into one; or the combining or joining of separate things or entities to form one unit. 3. The state or fact of being united or combined into one, as with the parts of a whole; unification. 4. Absence of diversity; unvaried, or uniform in character. 5......
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Unity

One. For example, 'an elasticity greater than unity' means an elasticity (defined so as to be a positive number) greater than 1.00.
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Unity

[game engine] Unity is a cross-platform game creation system developed by Unity Technologies, including a game engine and integrated development environment (IDE). It is used to develop video games for web sites, desktop platforms, consoles, and mobile devices. First announced only for Mac OS, at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in...
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Unity

[Sweden] Unity (Enhet) is a small political party in Sweden. The party was founded on April 6, 1990. The party is heavily influenced by New Age ideas, and claims to represent a spiritual alternative in politics. Starting as a smaller movement in April 1990, on the initiative of Ulf Wåhlström, Unity then turned into a political party short...
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Unity

[computer game] North Island North Island South Island South Island ...
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UNITY

[programming language] UNITY is a programming language that was constructed by K. Mani Chandy and Jayadev Misra for their book Parallel Program Design: A Foundation. It is a rather theoretical language, which tries to focus on what, instead of where, when or how. The peculiar thing about the language is that it has no flow control. The stat...
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Unity

[Uzbekistan] Birlik (Unity People`s Movement) is a now banned political party in Uzbekistan, formed in September 1989 by computer science professor Abdurahim Polat and former Soviet Union Member of Parliament Pulat Akhun. It is Uzbekistan`s first democratic opposition organization. The are also the founders of Harakat, an Uzbek political/hu...
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Unity

[Georgia] Unity (Ertoba) is a left-wing political party in Georgia. At the last legislative elections, 28 March 2004, the party was part of the Jumber Patiashvili - Unity alliance. ...
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Unity

[Ukraine] Unity (Єдність) is a political party in Ukraine created in 1999 as a protest. The party was led by the former mayor of Kiev Oleksandr Omelchenko but in early 2008, he temporally halted his party membership in favor of a membership of Our Ukraine-Peoples Self Defence. ==History== ===Ukrainian parliamentary election, 2002=== ...
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