Some articles on gates, gate:
... around a new character by the name of Lucien Gates ... Lucien Gates is a Korean-American San Diego County Lifeguard who, while on duty was caught in the path of a particle beam ... unnamed government agency, mutated a number of living organism before striking Gates ...
... Each gate features contactless smart card readers capable of reading type A, B and FeliCa cards and 2 central retractable flaps ... about the ticket used by the passenger passing through the gate, as well as LED displays which show the operating status of the gate (whether it is for entry or exit) ... These gates were designed for passengers with bulky luggage, prams, in wheelchairs or those who are disabled to use ...
... Shaniwarwada has five gates Dilli Darwaza (Delhi Gate), facing north The Dilli Darwaza is the main gate of the complex, and faces north towards Delhi ... Mughal empire, and suggested that the main gate should be made chhaatiiche, maatiche naahi! (Marathi for of the chests of brave soldiers, not mere mud) ... To discourage elephants charging the gates, each pane of the gate has seventy-two sharp twelve-inch steel spikes arranged in a nine by eight grid, at approximately ...
... the NAND operation is functionally complete, NAND gates are one of the two basic logic gates, (the other being NOR logic) from which any other logic gates can be built ... Due to this property, NAND and NOR gates are sometimes called "universal gates" ... are not constructed exclusively from a single type of gate ...
... Gates (comics), a fictional character, an insectoid member of the Legion of Super-Heroes USS Thomas S ... Gates (CG-51), a US Navy cruiser Gates Learjet, an aircraft manufacturer, later named Learjet Corporation Noise gate, audio signal detection and level ...
Famous quotes containing the word gates:
“Weve cracked the hemispheres with careless hand!
Now, from the Gates of Hercules we flood
Westward, westward till the barbarous brine
Whelms us to the tired world where tasseling corn,
Fat beans, grapes sweeter than muscadine
Rot on the vine: in the land were we born.”
—Allen Tate (18991979)
“We set this nation up ... to vindicate the rights of man. We did not name any differences between one race and another. We opened our gates to all the world and said: Let all men who want to be free come to us and they will be welcome.”
—Woodrow Wilson (18561924)
“Drugs bring us to the gates of paradise, then keep us from entering.”
—Mason Cooley (b. 1927)