SAKURA FILTER CROSS REFERENCE

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    FILTER


    1 ) A porous device for removing impurities or solid particles from a liquid or gas passed through it

    2 ) A screen, plate, or layer of a substance that absorbs light or other radiation or selectively absorbs some of its components

    3 ) A device for suppressing electrical or sound waves of frequencies not required

    4 ) device that removes something from whatever passes through it

    5 ) remove by passing through a filter; "filter out the impurities"

    6 ) an electrical device that alters the frequency spectrum of signals passing through it

    7 ) percolate: pass through; "Water permeates sand easily"

    8 ) trickle: run or flow slowly, as in drops or in an unsteady stream; "water trickled onto the lawn from the broken hose"; "reports began to dribble in"

    9 ) A particulate air filter is a device composed of fibrous materials which removes solid particulates such as dust, pollen, mold, and bacteria from the air.

    10 ) Aquarium filters are critical components of both freshwater and marine aquaria.Leibel WS (1993) A fishkeepers guide to South American cichlids. Tetra Press. Belgium pg 12-14. Aquarium filters remove physical and soluble chemical waste products from aquaria, simplifying maintenance.

    11 ) Filter (Stylized as FILTER) is an alternative rock group formed in 1993 in Cleveland, Ohio by Richard Patrick and guitarist/programmer Brian Liesegang, who later left the band in 1997.

    12 ) In chemistry and common usage, a filter is a device (usually a membrane or layer) that is designed to physically block certain objects or substances while letting others through.

    13 ) Electronic filters are electronic circuits which perform signal processing functions, specifically to remove unwanted frequency components from the signal, to enhance wanted ones, or both.

    14 ) In functional programming, filter is a higher-order function that processes a data structure (typically a list) in some order to produce a new data structure containing exactly those elements of the original data structure for which a given predicate returns the boolean value true.

    15 ) A device which separates a suspended, dissolved, or particulate matter from a fluid, solution, or other substance; any device that separates one substance from another; Electronics or software that separates unwanted signals (for example noise) from wanted signals or that attenuates selected

    16 ) (Filtered) Log entries which are not included in the report either because they match an entry on the Filter configuration page or because their date was outside the range specified on the Time Units configuration page.

    17 ) (Filtered) Once used to indicate dialogue on a radio, TV, etc. Passe.

    18 ) (Filtered) Said of data or functions that are loaded into the memory of a smart card. Masked data and functions, by comparison, are hardwired into the card's chip.

    19 ) (Filtered) solid bits are separated from a mixture

    20 ) (Filtering) The process of removing particles from wine after fermentation. Most wines unless otherwise labeled are filtered for both clarity and stability.

    21 ) filtering is the immediate analysis by a program of a user Web page request in order to determine which ad or ads to return in the requested page.

    22 ) electronic filtering of e-mails and files for privilege or by keyword, file type or name. Filtering removes files that don't fit the search criteria and reduces the volume of data that requires further investigation.

    23 ) (Filtering) the soil's ability to attenuate substances which includes retaining chemicals or dissolved substances on the soil particle surface, transforming chemicals through microbial biological processing, retarding movement, as well as capturing solid particles.

    24 ) (Filtering) Attenuates components of a signal that are undesired: reduces noise errors in a signal. More details on filters are in Issue 8 of Monitor.

    25 ) (Filtering) The process of removing yeast cells and other microorganisms that could spoil the wine, as well as any remaining sediment that would keep it from being crystal clear, by pumping the wine through cellulose pads, pads lined with diatomaceous earth, or especially fine membranes.

    26 ) (Filtering) Process by which solids are removed from a wine by passing it through a filter. Many winemakers believe filtering limits the wines ability to mature in the bottle.

    27 ) (Filtering) Process of removing unwanted components from tabular or spatial data.

    28 ) (filtering) moving the wine through a filter in order to remove particles from the wine. Different size filter pads (usually measured in microns) remove different size particles. Filtering is often done before bottling to remove any leftover yeast in the wine.

    CROSS REFERENCE


    1 ) A reference to another text or part of a text, typically given in order to elaborate on a point

    2 ) a reference at one place in a work to information at another place in the same work

    3 ) A cross-reference (noun) is an instance within a document which refers to related or synonymous information elsewhere, usually within the same work. To cross-reference or to cross-refer (verb) is to make such connections.

    4 ) (Cross-Referenced) Course content is the same as another course, e.g. HIST 7 and PHIL 23.

    5 ) (Cross References) To avoid too much duplication you will notice that there are lots of cross-references within the encyclopaedia, which are capitalised and Look Like This.  External references (i.e. to other Web Sites) look like this.

    6 ) (1. CROSS-references) One of my favorite Accordance features is how you can hover your mouse over a list of cross-references. When you do, it turns to a magnifying glass. Then you can click and select some or all the references.

    7 ) (Cross-References) Link is built between two elements Ids: xref origin and target to have a strong and secure linking. If the target is moved, the link is automatically updated and maintained to avoid huge cross-references checking before printing

    8 ) (Cross-References) at the end of every article

    9 ) (Cross-references) A system by which verses which have a similar wording or theme are linked throughout the Bible. They may be located in the centre of the page or at the margin.

    10 ) (Cross-referencing) Tap on any Chinese character / word in any dictionary entry to look up its definition; you can also magnify / look up those words, or bring up additional information (from the Unihan character database) on individual characters.

    11 ) (5. Cross-referencing) Within individual entries, you will sometimes see words that are CAPITALIZED AND UNDERLINED. If you click on these, you will automatically be linked to another entry, which have more specific information on these words.

    12 ) (Cross referencing) A feature performed by a data dictionary that enables one description of a data item to be stored and accessed by all individuals so that a single definition for a data item is established and used. (4)

    13 ) (Cross-Referencing) It will be found that headings in Part 1 are of two kinds. The most frequent are those so far illustrated, under which an entry is made and an example of a Tlingit verb expression is given.

    14 ) (cross-referencing) between the two languages,

    15 ) Directions that lead you from one subject or name to another in a catalog or index.

    16 ) A term used in catalogs, thesauruses and indexes to lead you from one form of entry to another (e.g., American poets see Poets--American).

    17 ) A direction from one term to another. Cross-references are of three types: (a) equivalence relationship, beginning with the word see or USE, which leads to one or more descriptors that are to be used instead of the term from which the cross-reference is made; (b) associative relationship,

    18 ) Instructions that point to related information listed under different terms. For example: BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL (See: BMJ)

    19 ) A device used in catalogs, indexes and thesauri to guide the user to another search term.

    20 ) A list of all positions of a string where it occurs. A cross reference consists of all external variables and their positions within the text unit.

    21 ) Pointer or link from an entry in an index to one or more other entries in the index. Links between synonyms and antonyms. In a controlled vocabulary database, names and topics use standardized terminology. A cross reference may point from a non-standard (variant) form to a standardized form.

    22 ) A note in an index or document which refers to the main entry or preferred term. Often the note begins with See: followed by the term you should use.

    23 ) You can still make a simple word-equivalent dictionary work for you. Always cross-reference from the original word. Most words in English have several meanings . You want to be sure the word you got in the target language is really for the meaning you have in mind!

    24 ) A user-defined link from an item number to another piece of information.

    25 ) A direction to reader to look elsewhere: a note, especially one printed in a book, index, or card catalog, that tells a reader to look in another specified place for information.

    SAKURA


    1 ) Sakura is a full-length album from electronic artist Susumu Yokota, released in 1999 in Japan on Skintone (STR03) and on 11 September 2000 in the United Kingdom on The Leaf Label (BAY13). It was named as the top electronic release of the year 2000 by The Wire.

    2 ) Sakura cigarettes are produced and sold exclusively in Japan, by Japan Tobacco.

    3 ) "Sakura" is the debut single of Japanese trio Ikimono-gakari, released in Japan on March 15, 2006. The single peaked at #17 on the weekly Oricon chart, charting for 31 weeks. It also reached #182 on the yearly chart for 2006.

    4 ) Mansa Sakura or Mansa Sakoura was the sixth mansa of the Mali Empire. A slave at birth, Sakura was freed and became a general in the army of Sundiata Keita, legendary founder of the Mali Empire.

    5 ) This is a list of characters from the Street Fighter fighting game series. This list covers the original Street Fighter, the Street Fighter II series, the '' series, the Street Fighter EX series, the Street Fighter III series, and Street Fighter IV'', as well as other related games.

    6 ) The (English: Cherry Blossom) was a limited express sleeper train service operated by JR Kyūshū, which ran from Tokyo to Nagasaki and Sasebo in Kyūshū, Japan.

    7 ) Urusei Yatsura, a manga (1978-1987) and anime (1981-1986) series created by Rumiko Takahashi, has a large ensemble cast which includes many cameo appearances from Japanese mythology and history. Names of some of the characters are below.

    8 ) cherry tree; cherry blossom (Japanese cherry tree)

    9 ) Discontinued predecessor of the discontinued Shin Sakura, the Sakura generation was the same basic shape as the Shin Fuji, but with sharper angles, which were not as sanded as current models. The earliest Fujis had a special JKA seal shaped like a 5-petaled cherry blossom.

    10 ) Means cherry blossom, or cherry blossom tree, and sakura hold a very special place in the Japanese heart. As far back as the 10th century the blossom has been considered the national flower, and it has been the subject of poetry, prose, and paintings over the ages.

    11 ) cherry, a common flower in sukashi tsuba designs

    12 ) Sakura is a physical-modeling synthesizer which is designed to emulate string instruments.^[14]^[16]

    13 ) Cherry blossoms. The trees bloom around March/April, and at full bloom (when the petals begin falling off the tree) it is popular to perform “hanami” or “cherry blossom viewing.”
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