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Dendy (console)

Dendy (console)

Dendy (Russian: Де́нди) is a Taiwanese hardware clone of the Family Computer (the Japanese version of the Nintendo Entertainment System), produced for the Russian market. It was released in 1992 by the Steepler company. The Dendy was easily the most popular video game console of its time in the former USSR region and enjoyed a degree of fame roughly equivalent to that experienced by the NES/Famicom in North America, Japan and Western Europe. In 1992, Dendy was selling in the Russian Federation for 39,000 rubles[1] (roughly 70–80 USD[2]); by 1994, over one million Dendy units were sold in Russ...

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Halo Infinite

Halo Infinite

"Halo 6" redirects here. For the Nine Inch Nails release that uses this pseudonym, see Fixed (EP). Halo Infinite is an upcoming first-person shooter game developed by 343 Industries and published by Xbox Game Studios for Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X and Series S. The sixth main entry of the Halo series and the sixteenth Halo game overall, it continues the story of the Master Chief, following Halo 5: Guardians (2015). Unlike previous installments in the series, the multiplayer portion of the game will be free-to-play. Infinite was planned to be released as a launch title with...

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Synchronicity (film)

Synchronicity (film)

SynchronicityFilm posterDirected byJacob GentryWritten byJacob GentryProduced by Christopher Alender Alexander Motlagh Starring Chad McKnight A. J. Bowen Brianne Davis Scott Poythress Michael Ironside CinematographyEric MaddisonEdited byJacob GentryMusic byBen LovettProductioncompanies POPfilms Soapbox Films Release date July 22, 2015 (FIFF) January 22, 2016 Running time100 minutesCountryUnited StatesLanguageEnglish Synchronicity is a 2015 American science fiction film written, directed, and edited by Jacob Gentry. It stars Chad McKnight, A. J. Bowen, Brianne Davis, Scott Poythress, and Micha...

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Web annotation

Web annotation

This article needs to be updated. Please help update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. (February 2015) Web annotation refers to online annotations of web resources (web annotation) such as web pages or parts of them, and a set of W3C standards (Web Annotation) developed for this purpose. Note that the term `web annotation' can also be understood in the sense of `doing annotations on the web' and it has been used in this sense for the annotation tool WebAnno,[1] now INCEpTION.[2] However, this is a general feature of many modern tools for annotation in natur...

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Hypothes.is

Hypothes.is

2261 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94114, USA

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Climate of Barcelona

Climate of Barcelona

Barcelona (Can Bruixa, Barcelona city) Climate chart (explanation) J F M A M J J A S O N D 44 15 9 31 16 9 33 17 11 48 19 13 47 23 16 33 26 20 25 29 23 41 29 23 82 26 20 97 23 17 45 18 12 47 15 10 Average max. and min. temperatures in °C Precipitation totals in mmSource: WMO[1][failed verification] Imperial conversion JFMAMJJASOND 1.7 59 48 1.2 60 49 1.3 63 52 1.9 66 55 1.9 73 61 1.3 79 68 1 83 73 1.6 84 74 3.2 79 68 3.8 73 62 1.8 64 53 1.8 59 49 Average max. and min. temperatures in °F Precipitation totals in inches Barcelona Airport, El Prat de Llobregat (15 kilometres (9.3 mi)) from the ci...

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Parsing expression grammar

Parsing expression grammar

In computer science, a parsing expression grammar (PEG), is a type of analytic formal grammar, i.e. it describes a formal language in terms of a set of rules for recognizing strings in the language. The formalism was introduced by Bryan Ford in 2004[1] and is closely related to the family of top-down parsing languages introduced in the early 1970s. Syntactically, PEGs also look similar to context-free grammars (CFGs), but they have a different interpretation: the choice operator selects the first match in PEG, while it is ambiguous in CFG. This is closer to how string recognition tends to be ...

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Quadratic equation

Quadratic equation

This article is about algebraic equations of degree two and their solutions. For the formula used to find solutions to such equations, see Quadratic formula. For functions defined by polynomials of degree two, see Quadratic function. In algebra, a quadratic equation (from the Latin quadratus for "square") is any equation that can be rearranged in standard form as where x represents an unknown, and a, b, and c represent known numbers, where a ≠ 0. If a = 0, then the equation is linear, not quadratic, as there is no term. The numbers a, b, and c are the coefficients of the equation and may be d...

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List of cowboys and cowgirls

List of cowboys and cowgirls

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Pigeonhole principle

Pigeonhole principle

Pigeons in holes. Here there are n = 10 pigeons in m = 9 holes. Since 10 is greater than 9, the pigeonhole principle says that at least one hole has more than one pigeon. (The top left hole has 2 pigeons.) In mathematics, the pigeonhole principle states that if items are put into containers, with , then at least one container must contain more than one item.[1] For example, if one has three gloves (and none is ambidextrous/reversible), then there must be at least two right-handed gloves, or at least two left-handed gloves, because there are three objects, but only two categories of handedness...

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Free Stock Charts, Stock Quotes and Trade Ideas — TradingView
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Free Stock Charts, Stock Quotes and Trade Ideas — TradingView

Live quotes, stock charts and expert trading ideas. TradingView is a social network for traders and investors on Stock, Futures and Forex markets!

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alexander the great
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alexander the great

Alexander the GreatBasileus of MacedonHegemon of the Hellenic LeagueShahanshah of PersiaPharaoh of EgyptLord of AsiaAlexander Mosaic (c. 100 BC), ancient Roman floor mosaic from the House of the Faun in Pompeii, Italy, showing Alexander fighting king Darius III of Persia in the Battle of IssusKing of MacedonReign336–323 BCPredecessorPhilip IISuccessor Alexander IV Philip III Hegemon of Hellenic League Strategos autokrator of Greece Reign336 BCPredecessorPhilip IIPharaoh of EgyptReign332–323 BCPredecessorDarius IIISuccessor Alexander IV Philip III Royal titulary Prenomen (Praenomen) stp.n-rꜤ m...

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napoleonic wars

Napoleonic WarsTop: The Battle of Austerlitz (2 December 1805)Bottom: The Battle of Waterloo (18 June 1815)Date18 May 1803 – 20 November 1815(12 years, 5 months and 4 weeks)LocationAtlantic Ocean, Caucasus, Europe, French Guiana, Indian Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, North America, North Sea, Río de la Plata, West IndiesResult Coalition victoryCongress of Vienna Full results Exile of Napoleon I to St. Helena[4] Fall of the First French Empire Restoration of the Bourbon monarchy Dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire.[5] Decline of the Portuguese, Spanish and Dutch Empires. Rise of the British Empire...

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