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Nuclear Technology - Civilian Uses - Commercial Applications
... One is closed and serves for comparison, the other is open to ambient air it has a gridded electrode ... When smoke enters the open chamber, the current is disrupted as the smoke particles attach to the charged ions and restore them to a neutral electrical state ... This reduces the current in the open chamber ...
Grothendieck Topology
... Continuing the previous example, a sieve S on an open set U in O(X) will be a covering sieve if and only if the union of all the open sets V for which S(V ...
2002 Commonwealth Games Results - Shooting - Open
... Africa (RSA) Fullbore Rifle Queens Prize – Open Pair David Calvert and Martin Millar Northern Ireland (NIR) Peter Bramley David Dodds South Africa (RSA) Glyn Barnett Jane Messer England (ENG) Fullbore Rifle ...
2006 WTA Tour - Schedule - Calendar and Other Changes
... The French Open main draw began play on Sunday rather than the traditional Monday start, making it a 15-day tournament ... Two new events were created the Bangalore Open in Bangalore, India, replacing the previous event held in Hyderabad and the Anda Open in Tel Aviv, Israel—later cancelled due to the 2006 Lebanon War ... The Sony Ericsson Open was the first event to utilise the new technology ...
List Of Computing And IT Abbreviations - O
... Information Standards OAT—Operational Acceptance Testing OBSAI—Open Base Station Architecture Initiative ODBC—Open DataBase Connectivity OEM—Original Equipment ...

Famous quotes containing the word open:

    A temple, you know, was anciently “an open place without a roof,” whose walls served merely to shut out the world and direct the mind toward heaven; but a modern meeting-house shuts out the heavens, while it crowds the world into still closer quarters.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    To become wise you have to want to experience certain experiences, and so to run into their open jaws. This is very dangerous, to be sure; many a “wise man” has been eaten up in doing so.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    That way of inspiration
    is always open,
    and open to everyone;
    it acts as go-between, interpreter,
    it explains symbols of the past
    in to-day’s imagery.
    Hilda Doolittle (1886–1961)