HANDEL

HANDEL was the code-name for the UK`s National Attack Warning System in the Cold War. It consisted of a small console consisting of two microphones, lights and gauges. The reason behind this was to provide a back-up if anything failed. If an enemy air strike was detected, a key on the left hand side of the console would be turned and two lights w....
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Handel

noun the music of Handel
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Handel

[bioinformatics software package] Handel is a suite of programs for multiple sequence alignment. Since it is based on a model of DNA sequence evolution that explicitly incorporates insertion and deletion events, it effectively doubles as a program for ancestral sequence reconstruction. The theory underpinning Handel is based on the finite s...
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Handel

[crater] Handel is a crater on Mercury. It has a diameter of 166 kilometers. Its name was adopted by the International Astronomical Union in 1976. Handel is named for the British-German composer George Frideric Handel, who lived from 1685 to 1759. ...
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Handel

[name] Handel is a surname of German origin. The word `Handel` means `trade` or `commerce` in German and as such has no plural form. The name (like the famous composer`s and his father`s) was originally rather spelled `Händel` (with umlaut) which as a plural noun means something like `affairs`. `Händel` is also a southern German variant o...
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Handel

[n] - a prolific German baroque composer remembered best for his oratorio Messiah (1685-1759) 2. [n] - the music of Handel
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