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1 ) Of or relating to the present or recent times as opposed to the remote past
2 ) Characterized by or using the most up-to-date techniques, ideas, or equipment
3 ) Denoting the form of a language that is currently used, as opposed to any earlier form
4 ) belonging to the modern era; since the Middle Ages; "modern art"; "modern furniture"; "modern history"; "totem poles are modern rather than prehistoric"
5 ) a contemporary person
6 ) a typeface (based on an 18th century design by Gianbattista Bodoni) distinguished by regular shape and hairline serifs and heavy downstrokes
7 ) mod: relating to a recently developed fashion or style; "their offices are in a modern skyscraper"; "tables in modernistic designs";
8 ) characteristic of present-day art and music and literature and architecture
9 ) advanced: ahead of the times; "the advanced teaching methods"; "had advanced views on the subject"; "a forward-looking corporation"; "is British industry innovative enough?"
10 ) Modern is the sixth studio album by punk rock band Buzzcocks. It was released in 1999. It was arranged and produced by Tony Barber
11 ) Modern dance is a dance form developed in the early 20th century. Although the term Modern dance has also been applied to a category of 20th Century ballroom dances, Modern dance as a term usually refers to 20th century concert dance.
12 ) Modern is Wolfgang Voigt's first release under the Gas alias. It is an EP, released in 1995 on the Profan label. Unlike Gas albums, the tracks are titled, and the release lacks the unifying forest theme present on nearly all other Gas releases.
13 ) Didone is a typeface classification recognized by the Association Typographique Internationale (AtypI), and part of the VOX-ATypI classification system.
14 ) The Modern are a British Electropop band. The group were formerly called Dirty Blonde and Matinee Club. They are currently signed to Ninth Wave Records in the United States and EQ Music in Asia.
15 ) Modernity typically refers to a post-traditional, post-medieval historical period, in particular, one marked by the move from feudalism (or agrarianism) toward capitalism, industrialisation, secularization, rationalization, the nation-state and its constituent institutions and forms of
16 ) Someone who lives in modern times; Pertaining to the current time and style
17 ) (modernly) In a modern manner
18 ) (Modernity) social patterns linked to industrialisation
19 ) (Modernity) A period of social development whose chronology is disputed. However, many associate modernity with the post seventeenth century age of Enlightenment in which the emphasis was upon progress, rationality and secularisation.
20 ) (Modernity) something that is constantly changing.
21 ) (Modernity) the modern attitude that almost all ideas of the past are of no value. Moderns are the only "enlightened ones." This attitude is linked to the Enlightenment, although not quite identical with it (some recognize the "genius" of past philosophers).
22 ) (Modernity) the social, economic, political and technological developments that have characterized the transition from traditional (pre-modern) to advanced (modern) civilizations.
23 ) (modernity) The period in which modernism was the dominant mode of thinking beginning in the late eighteenth century (the Age of Enlightenment) and lasting until the late twentieth century.
24 ) Modernity is distinct from modernism. It is conceived of as a period of time, usually perceived of as starting (with the early modern period) around 1500, in which medieval conceptions of knowledge were rejected in favor of a return to ancient Greek and Roman antecedents and secular forms of
25 ) Modernity is the idea that the present is discontinuous with the past, that through a process of social and cultural change (either through progress or through decline) life in the present is fundamentally different from life in the past.
26 ) refers to type styles introduced towards the end of the 19th century. Times roman is a good example of modern type.
27 ) fonts are fonts based on designs developed in the 19th century or later. The moderns have a solid appearance due to their vertical stress. They tend to have more ``character'' or ``attitude'' than the old styles and transitionals, but still carry a certain amount of dignity and formality.
28 ) A modern perfume would be the opposite of a classic perfume – usually using new aroma chemicals, rather than natural materials. It usually has a light fragrance.
1 ) The transmission and reception of electromagnetic waves of radio frequency, esp. those carrying sound messages
2 ) The activity or industry of broadcasting sound programs to the public
3 ) Radio programs
4 ) indicating radiation or radioactivity; "radiochemistry"
5 ) medium for communication
6 ) transmit messages via radio waves; "he radioed for help"
7 ) a communication system based on broadcasting electromagnetic waves
8 ) Radio is the transmission of signals by modulation of electromagnetic waves with frequencies below those of visible light. Electromagnetic radiation travels by means of oscillating electromagnetic fields that pass through the air and the vacuum of space.
9 ) Radio is a 2009 Hindi language Bollywood film starring Himesh Reshammiya and Shenaz Treasurywala in the lead roles. The film is directed by Isshaan Trivedi.
10 ) "Radio" is a song by American R&B singer Beyoncé Knowles from her third studio album, I Am… Sasha Fierce (2008). The track charted on the Dutch Top 40 due to strong Digital Downloads. It was also used in different Dutch television commercials to promote local radio stations.
11 ) City is the second studio album released by Client on September 2004. It features guest appearances by Carl Barât and Pete Doherty of The Libertines and by Martin Gore of Depeche Mode.
12 ) Radio is an English language song by Danny Saucedo and the first single taken from his album Set Your Body Free. The song released in 2008 was written by Michel Zirton, Tobias Gustavsson and Danny Saucedo himself.
13 ) Radio, released October 2003, is a film directed by Mike Tollin that is based on the true story of T. L. Hanna High School football coach Harold Jones (Ed Harris) and a mentally-challenged young man James Robert "Radio" Kennedy (Cuba Gooding, Jr.).
14 ) The technology that allows for the transmission of sound or other signals by modulation of electromagnetic waves; A device that can capture (receive) the signal sent over radio waves and render the modulated signal as sound; A device that can transmit radio signals; The continuous
15 ) (Radios) A remote control helicopter requires a five channel radio. One each is needed to control pitch, roll, and yaw. One controls the throttle, and one controls the collective.
16 ) (Radios) This entry gives the total number of radio receivers.
17 ) the lowest-frequency domain that we've needed to name. It extends from wavelengths of a kilometer or so, the longest that will propagate through the interstellar medium, down to about a millimeter (where we generally start speaking of the millimeter, microwave, or even far-infrared).
18 ) The IEEE 802.15.4 radio that is part of every ZigBee device.
19 ) An instrument that uses radio waves to communicate with other vessels. VHF (very high frequency) radios are common for marine use, but are limited in range. Single side band (SSB) radios have longer ranges.
20 ) A checkable input in a group of radio roles, only one of which can be checked at a time.
21 ) Originally radio was a general prefix used for wireless telegraphy or "radio-telegraphy" using Morse code in the very early 1900s (before 1915). This referred to the wireless signal's ability to radiate out in all directions.
22 ) Usually measured as a weekly cume -- the unduplicated number of persons who tuned in at any time during the week during at least one 15-minute period 6 a.m. to midnight, Monday through Sunday. A weekly radio cume measures 504 time periods.
23 ) For a list of digital radio channels, on each DAB multiplex, try the Wornot site. Note that the term 'ensemble' is commonly used in digital radio - effectively, it's a multiplex. For more on DAB Digital Radio, see our DAB section
24 ) Pilots use radio for training purposes, and for communicating with other pilots in the air – particularly when traveling together on cross-country flights.
25 ) Radio also reaches mass and diverse audiences. The specialization of radio stations by listener age, taste, and even gender permits more selectivity in reaching audience segments.
26 ) Region of the electromagnetic spectrum corresponding to radiation of the longest wavelengths.
27 ) The first broadcast medium. It's origins date back to November 1920, when returns of the Harding-Cox presidential election were read over KDKA, Pittsburgh, PA. Radio reaches listeners at home, at work, on the road 24 hours a day.
1 ) radio receiver: an electronic receiver that detects and demodulates and amplifies transmitted signals
1 ) This page explains commonly used terms in chess in alphabetical order. Some of these have their own pages, like fork and pin.
1 ) A country in West Africa, with a southern coastline that borders on the Atlantic Ocean; pop. 20,750,000; capital, Accra; languages, English (official) and West African languages
2 ) a republic in West Africa on the Gulf of Guinea; "Ghana was colonized as the Gold Coast by the British"
3 ) (ghanaian) of or relating to or characteristic of Ghana or its people or language; "Ghanaian cocoa production"
4 ) The Republic of Ghana is a country located in West Africa. It is bordered by Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) to the west, Burkina Faso to the north, Togo to the east, and the Gulf of Guinea to the south. The word Ghana means "Warrior King"Jackson, John G. Introduction to African Civilizations, 2001.
5 ) Ghana is third in a three-part series of compilations of songs by The Mountain Goats that have appeared on various releases. It is preceded by Protein Source of the FutureNow!, and Bitter Melon Farm.
6 ) Għana is the term given to a specific type of traditional Maltese folk music. The word can have two literal meanings. The first is richness, wealth and prosperity; rhe second is associated with singing, verse, rhyme and even kantaliena, a type of singing with a slow rhythm.
7 ) Ghana is an administrative ward in the Mbeya Urban district of the Mbeya Region of Tanzania. According to the 2002 census, the ward has a total population of 3,973.
8 ) A country in Western Africa. Official name: The Republic of Ghana
9 ) First known kingdom in sub-Saharan West Africa between the sixth and thirteenth centuries C.E. Also the modern West African country once known as the Gold Coast. (p. 215)
10 ) A country in West Africa that borders the Atlantic Ocean.
11 ) I studied really hard for this test and I know I'm Ghana get a good mark.
12 ) One of the west African Trading Kingdoms. They were rich in gold and established a vast trading network across the Sahara desert.
13 ) first shone as a beacon of African hope on March 6, 1957, when it became the first Sub-Saharan African country to achieve national independence.
14 ) is said to have one of W. Africa's best cuisines, although the most highly regarded cooks come from Togo. The staple in the south of Ghana is fermented maize balls, called kenkey, steamed in maize husks; in the north, tozafi (tz for short), a millet porridge, is more common.
15 ) First great sub-Saharan state; created by Soninke people; by 9th century c.e. a major source of gold in the Mediterranean world. (p. 228)
16 ) In Ghana, the typical breakfast across the country includes goat omelets, a very sweet and dense bread, and tea. Porridge is occasionally eaten at home, while many people purchase their breakfasts from street vendors.
17 ) [G], PO > signer, moves from FTs to end of palm of [B], PO up, FO away from signer, 2x. To see the reference source for the sign(s) for this country or to look up other countries in the same geographical area, see Indigenous signs for countries.
18 ) nose. It is one of the twelve āyatanas.
19 ) (formerly Gold Coast). An
20 ) Ashanti, Fante, and Ga
1 ) The middle point of a circle or sphere, equidistant from every point on the circumference or surface
2 ) A point or part that is equally distant from all sides, ends, or surfaces of something; the middle
3 ) A pivot or axis of rotation
4 ) center(a): equally distant from the extremes
5 ) an area that is approximately central within some larger region; "it is in the center of town"; "they ran forward into the heart of the struggle"; "they were in the eye of the storm"
6 ) focus on: center upon; "Her entire attention centered on her children"; "Our day revolved around our work"
7 ) center field: the piece of ground in the outfield directly ahead of the catcher; "he hit the ball to deep center"
8 ) concentrate: direct one's attention on something; "Please focus on your studies and not on your hobbies"
9 ) of or belonging to neither the right nor the left politically or intellectually
10 ) The term center or centre is used in various contexts in abstract algebra to denote the set of all those elements that commute with all other elements. It is often denoted Z, from German , meaning "center".
11 ) Center (C) is a position in American football and Canadian football (spelled centre in Canadian English). The center is the innermost lineman of the offensive line on a football team's offense.
12 ) The center, colloquially known as the five or the pivot, is one of the standard positions in a regulation basketball game. The center is normally the tallest player on the team, and often has a great deal of strength and body mass as well. A typical NBA center is 6'9" or taller.
13 ) Centre is one of the 26 regions of France, located towards the northwest of the actual centre of the country, around the Loire Valley. Its capital is Orléans, although its largest city is Tours.
14 ) In geometry, the centre (or center) of an object is a point in some sense in the middle of the object. If geometry is regarded as the study of isometry groups then the centre is a fixed point of the isometries.
15 ) The point in the interior of a circle or sphere that is equidistant from all points on the circumference. [from 14th c.
16 ) (centered) pertaining to the location that is middle-most to
17 ) (Centered) A spin that that stays in one spot on the ice. The opposite of traveling.
18 ) (Centered) All lines of type are set upon a central axis.
19 ) (Centered) Centering a block of type, line or character within a line measure.
20 ) (Centered) Text placed at an equal distance from the left and right margins of either the entire page or the imaginary bounding box containing the text.
21 ) (Centered) Text set so as to distribute residual space on the line equally to the right and left.
22 ) If the centered flag input parameter is true, the PWM channel is configured to be center aligned; see PWMCenterAligned(). If the centered flag is false (the default after a hardware reset), the PWM channel is configured to be left-aligned; see PWMLeftAligned().
23 ) (Centering) The relative position of the design of a stamp in relation to its margins. Assuming that a stamp is undamaged, centering is generally a very important factor in determining condition and value.
24 ) (Centering) Grounding your energy through meditation, often before rituals to help harness and direct the balanced energy.
25 ) (centering) falsework used in the construction of arches, shells, space structures, or any continuous structure where the entire falsework is lowered (struck or decentered) as a unit. (See also falsework and formwork.)
26 ) (CENTERING) Critical step in throwing, occurring during and after wheel wedging, whereby the clay mass is formed into a symmetrical lump before penetrating and raising walls.
27 ) (CENTERING) The act of aligning the clay on the potter's wheel in order to proceed with forming and shaping.
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