ascot

noun a cravat with wide square ends; secured with an ornamental pin
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Ascot

[1904 automobile] The 1904 Ascot was an English automobile manufactured for one year only; its 3½hp engine was equipped with a `patented method for mechanically-controlling valves, doing away with useless pinions and calves. It had no connection with the 1928 Ascot car maker. ...
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Ascot

[1914 automobile] The Ascot was made by Societe Buchet, Levallois-Perret, Seine, from 1914 to 1915. It was an Anglo-French product, the chassis being built for Hollingdrake Automobile Co. of Stockport, who fitted their own bodies, mainly being two-seaters and coupes. The engine was a 10 hp side-valve with the gearbox in unit with it. It was...
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Ascot

[1928 automobile] The Ascot was an English automobile, the brainchild of Cyril Pullin (who also produced Ascot-Pullin motorcycles at the same time), that was manufactured between 1928 and 1930 in Letchworth, Hertfordshire. The factory had previously been used by Phoenix. The car was based largely on the Hungarian Fejes, with chassis and 10h...
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Ascot

[Bendigo] Ascot is a northern suburb of Bendigo, in the City of Greater Bendigo in the Australian state of Victoria. At the 2006 census, Ascot had a population of 1050. It was surveyed in 1874 and proclaimed a town in 1875. It is separated from the town of Epsom by the Bendigo - Echuca railway line. ...
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Ascot

[finance] An ASCOT, or Asset Swapped Convertible Option Transaction, is an option on a convertible bond used to separate the cash flows of the underlying bond from the equity option embedded in the convert. Buyers of ASCOTs include fixed income portfolio managers and other investors that want exposure to the rate and credit risks of the con...
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ASCOT

acronym: Atmospheric Studies in Complex Terrain (program)
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Ascot

An ascot was a man's, wide ended, plain fabric, often silk, square ended cravat worn around the neck and looped under the chin as part of formal dress during the mid-19th century. During the late 20th century ascots were revived as women's attire.
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Ascot

Ascot (ăs'kut) , town, Windsor and Maidenhead, S central England. The famous horse races instituted by Queen Anne in 1711 are held annually in June on Ascot Heath. Ascot remains an important social and fashion event, attended by the royal family.
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Ascot

locality, Windsor and Maidenhead unitary authority, geographic and historic county of Berkshire, England, known for its racecourse on Ascot Heath. ...
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Ascot

Small town in Windsor and Maidenhead unitary authority, southern England, about 10 km/6 mi southwest of Windsor; population (2001) 5,100. The Royal Ascot race meeting, established by Queen Anne in 1711, is held annually in June. It is a social as well as a sporting event
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ascot

[n] - a cravat with wide square ends
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