HEX

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hex

Short for hexago Hexes are a regular six-sided shape that can entirely be used to cover a flat plane without leaving gaps or having adjacent shapes meet only at a point. Thus they are commonly used in game boards (especially for wargames).
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Hex

(a) An evil spell or magical curse. (b) To practice witchcraft.
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Hex

(a) An evil spell or magical curse.
(b) To practice witchcraft.
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Hex

(from the article `number game`) ...where it quickly became popular under the name of Polygon. It was invented independently in the United States in 1948 by John Nash, and a few ...
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hex

[n] - an evil spell 2. [v] - cast a spell over someone or something
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hex

jinx noun an evil spell; `a witch put a curse on his whole family`; `he put the whammy on me`
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Hex

[board game] Hex is a strategy board game played on a hexagonal grid, theoretically of any size and several possible shapes, but traditionally as an 11×11 rhombus. Other popular dimensions are 13×13 and 19×19 as a result of the game`s relationship to the older game of Go. According to the book A Beautiful Mind, John Nash (one of the game...
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Hex

[climbing] A hex is an item of rock climbing equipment used to protect climbers from injury during a fall. They are intended to be wedged into a crack or other opening in the rock, and do not require a hammer to place. They were developed as an alternative to pitons, which are hammered into cracks and are more prone to damage the rock. Most...
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Hex

[Discworld] Hex is a fictional computer featuring in the Discworld novels by Terry Pratchett. First appearing in Soul Music, Hex is an elaborate, magic-powered and self-building computer (not unlike the `shamble`, a kind of magical device used by the Witches of the Discworld,) and is housed in the basement of the High Energy Magic Building ...
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Hex

[Or Printing in the Infernal Method] ...
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Hex

[video game] Hex is a turn-based strategy game developed by Mark of the Unicorn and published in 1985 for the Atari ST, and then later for the Amiga. It has been described as a `turn based Q*Bert` with RPG skill advancement components. In this game, you play a unicorn that is trying to turn all the hexes on the game board to the same colour...
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Hex

[VJ group] Hex, or Hex Media, were a London-based multimedia group founded in the early 1990s by artist Robert Pepperell, coder Miles Visman and the DJ duo Coldcut. The group set out to exploit the creative potential of, what was then, the new media technologies of CD-ROM, multimedia, interactive computing, video sampling and portable video...
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Hex

A board game played by two players on a hexagonal grid, usually in the shape of an 11 × 11 rhombus. It was invented by Piet Hein in 1942 and independently by John Nash in 1948. Hein said that the game occurred to him while contemplating the Four-Color Problem and it soon became popular in Denma...
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Hex

A six sided shape, called a hexagon, that's often used on
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Hex

A term used for anything shaped like a hexagon.
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Hex

Heathrow Express
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hex

hex, witchcraft or one who works it. The word is of German origin, and beliefs connected with it spread from Europe to the United States, especially to the Pennsylvania Dutch country. The hex can be worked by either sex, but more commonly by a man, usually an amateur or professional hex “docto...
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HEX

See: Helsinki Exchange
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hex

Short for hexago Hexes are a regular six-sided shape that can entirely be used to cover a flat plane without leaving gaps or having adjacent shapes meet only at a point. Thus they are commonly used in game boards (especially for wargames).
Found on http://boardgamegeek.com/wiki/page/Glossary

hex

Short for hexagon. Hexes are a regular six-sided shape that can entirely be used to cover a flat plane without leaving gaps or having adjacent shapes meet only at a point. Thus they are commonly used in game boards (especially for wargames).
Found on https://boardgamegeek.com/wiki/page/Glossary
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