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  • 1 Appending — Append Ap*pend ([a^]p*p[e^]nd ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Appended}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Appending}.] [L. appendere or F. appendre: cf. OE. appenden, apenden, to belong, OF. apendre, F. appendre, fr. L. append[=e]re, v. i., to hang to, append[e^]re, v.… …

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  • 2 appending — n. act or instance of supplementing (as in writing) ap·pend || É™ pend v. add in writing, add as a supplement …

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  • 3 appending — present part of append …

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  • 4 E-mail appending — Email appending is the process of merging a database of customer information where the email addresses are missing for the customers, with a service provider s database of email addresses in an attempt to match the email addresses with the… …

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  • 5 Alternative names for Northern Ireland — There are a number of alternative names used for Northern Ireland.[1] Northern Ireland consists of six historic counties of Ireland, and remains part of the United Kingdom following the secession of the other twenty six counties to form the Irish …

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  • 6 Email spam — An email box folder filled with spam messages. Email spam, also known as junk email or unsolicited bulk email (UBE), is a subset of spam that involves nearly identical messages sent to numerous recipients by email. Definitions of spam usually… …

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  • 7 Linked list — In computer science, a linked list is a data structure consisting of a group of nodes which together represent a sequence. Under the simplest form, each node is composed of a datum and a reference (in other words, a link) to the next node in the… …

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  • 8 Music Macro Language — Not to be confused with the XML based Music Markup Language, though Music Macro Language is sometimes erroneously called by this name. Music Macro Language (MML) is a music description language used in sequencing music on a number of computer and …

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  • 9 Hebrew grammar — is the grammar of the Hebrew language Contents 1 History of studies in Hebrew grammar 2 Eras 3 See also 4 References …

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  • 10 Gerund — In linguistics[1] As applied to English, it refers to the usage of a verb (in its ing form) as a noun (for example, the verb learning in the sentence Learning is an easy process for some ).[2] As applied to French, it refers either to the… …

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  • 11 Napier's bones — Computing devices in Rabdology Napier s bones Promptuary …

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  • 12 ABAP — Infobox programming language name = ABAP/4 logo = paradigm = Object oriented, structured, imperative year = 1980s designer = SAP AG typing = Static, strong, safe, nominative implementations = SAP R/2,SAP R/3 dialects = influenced by = Objective C …

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  • 13 Subjunctive mood — In grammar, the subjunctive mood (abbreviated sjv or sbjv) is a verb mood typically used in subordinate clauses to express various states of irreality such as wish, emotion, possibility, judgment, opinion, necessity, or action that has not yet… …

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  • 14 Tag system — A tag system is a deterministic computational model published by Emil Leon Post in 1943 as a simple form of Post canonical system. A tag system may also be viewed as an abstract machine, called a Post tag machine (not to be confused with Post… …

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  • 15 Chinese pronouns — (known as 代词 dàicí) differ somewhat from their English counterparts. For instance, there is no differentiation between he , she and it , though a written difference was introduced after contact with the West, and with the exception of the… …

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  • 16 Boshiamy method — Boshiamy (zh t|t=嘸蝦米, sometimes written 無蝦米, a Mandarin approximation of the Taiwanese phrase 無甚物 (POJ:bô siáⁿ mi̍h), meaning It s nothing! ) is a Chinese character IME. It was invented by Liu Chung tz u (劉重次). Boshiamy uses about 300 radicals… …

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  • 17 CQ (call) — CQ is a code used by wireless operators, particularly those communicating in Morse code, but also by voice operators, to make a general call (called a CQ call ). Transmitting the letters CQ on a particular radio frequency is an invitation for any …

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  • 18 Nobiin language — Nobiin, Noban tamen Nòbíín Spoken in Egypt, Sudan Region Along the banks of the Nile in southern Egypt and northern Sudan Native speakers 600,000 (2006) …

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  • 19 P convention — The P Convention or P Question refers to the act of making a statement into a question by appending P. When spoken aloud, the P is literally pronounced as a separate syllable Pee. This practice originated among users of the Lisp programming… …

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  • 20 Partition of Ireland — The partition of Ireland (Irish: críochdheighilt na hÉireann) was the division of the island of Ireland into two distinct territories, now Northern Ireland (a part of the United Kingdom) and the Republic of Ireland (an independent state).… …

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