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  • 161 1A2 Key System — The 1A2 Key System is an analog multiline business key telephone system. Unlike more modern multiline systems, every telephone line serving a particular phone is wired into that phone, and electromechanical switches (the keys ) switch the lines… …

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  • 162 University of London Society of Change Ringers — References * [http://www.cccbr.org.uk/prc/pubs/bellsAndBellringing.php Bells and Bellringing] , a presentation prepared by the Publications Committee of the Central Council of Church Bell RingersReferencesExternal links* [http://www.ulscr.org.uk… …

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  • 163 Society of Cambridge Youths — The Society of Cambridge Youths is a bellringing society founded and based in Cambridge. It is dedicated to ringing the bells of the University Church of Great St Mary s Cambridge for religious services at the church and also civil and Cambridge… …

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  • 164 Deringing — Gibbssches Phänomen bei einer Rechteckskurve Als Gibbssches Phänomen oder „Ringing“ bezeichnet man in der Mathematik das typische Verhalten von Fourierreihen in der Umgebung von Sprungsstellen. Entwickelt man eine Fourierreihe aus einer… …

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  • 165 Gibb'sches Phänomen — Gibbssches Phänomen bei einer Rechteckskurve Als Gibbssches Phänomen oder „Ringing“ bezeichnet man in der Mathematik das typische Verhalten von Fourierreihen in der Umgebung von Sprungsstellen. Entwickelt man eine Fourierreihe aus einer… …

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  • 166 Gibbs-Effekt — Gibbssches Phänomen bei einer Rechteckskurve Als Gibbssches Phänomen oder „Ringing“ bezeichnet man in der Mathematik das typische Verhalten von Fourierreihen in der Umgebung von Sprungsstellen. Entwickelt man eine Fourierreihe aus einer… …

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  • 167 Gibbs-Phänomen — Gibbssches Phänomen bei einer Rechteckskurve Als Gibbssches Phänomen oder „Ringing“ bezeichnet man in der Mathematik das typische Verhalten von Fourierreihen in der Umgebung von Sprungsstellen. Entwickelt man eine Fourierreihe aus einer… …

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  • 168 Gibbsches Phänomen — Gibbssches Phänomen bei einer Rechteckskurve Als Gibbssches Phänomen oder „Ringing“ bezeichnet man in der Mathematik das typische Verhalten von Fourierreihen in der Umgebung von Sprungsstellen. Entwickelt man eine Fourierreihe aus einer… …

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  • 169 Überschwinger — Gibbssches Phänomen bei einer Rechteckskurve Als Gibbssches Phänomen oder „Ringing“ bezeichnet man in der Mathematik das typische Verhalten von Fourierreihen in der Umgebung von Sprungsstellen. Entwickelt man eine Fourierreihe aus einer… …

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  • 170 ring — ring1 ringless, adj. ringlike, adj. /ring/, n., v., ringed, ringing. n. 1. a typically circular band of metal or other durable material, esp. one of gold or other precious metal, often set with gems, for wearing on the finger as an ornament, a… …

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  • 171 Overshoot (signal) — An illustration of overshoot, followed by ringing and settle time. In signal processing, control theory, electronics, and mathematics, overshoot is when a signal or function exceeds its target. It arises especially in the step response of… …

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  • 172 Ornithology — This article is about the field of zoology. For the jazz composition, see Ornithology (composition). Part of a series on Zoology …

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  • 173 Tinnitus — Infobox Disease Name = Tinnitus Caption = DiseasesDB = 27662 ICD10 = ICD10|H|93|1|h|90 ICD9 = ICD9|388.3 ICDO = OMIM = MedlinePlus = 003043 eMedicineSubj = ent eMedicineTopic = 235 MeshID = D014012Tinnitus (pronEng|tɪˈnaɪtəs or IPA|/ˈtɪnɪtəs/,… …

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  • 174 British Trust for Ornithology — The British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) is an organisation founded in 1932 for the study of birds in the British Isles.ActivitiesThe BTO carries out research into the lives of birds, chiefly by conducting population and breeding surveys, and by… …

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  • 175 Party line (telephony) — In 20th century telephone systems, a party line (also multiparty line or Shared Service Line) is an arrangement in which two or more customers are connected directly to the same local loop. Prior to World War II in the United States, party lines… …

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  • 176 Ringxiety — is a portmanteau neologism formed from the words ringtone and anxiety. It was first coined by David Laramie, a doctoral student at the California School of Professional Psychology, whose dissertation concerned the effects of cell phones on… …

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  • 177 MscGen — Developer(s) Michael McTernan Stable release 0.19 / January 1, 2011; 9 months ago (2011 01 01) Written in C …

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  • 178 Doubles (bells) — Doubles is used as a term in English Change Ringing, describing a ringing method rung on five church bells. Doubles is the most common group of methods rung in the United Kingdom, since 90% of parish churches with bell towers in the UK are fitted …

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  • 179 Ring Indicator — Ring Indicator, abbreviated as RI, is a signal that exists inside an RS232 serial communications cable that goes between a computer and a modem. The signal is sent from the modem to the computer, typically over pin 9 of a nine pin (DE9) serial… …

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  • 180 Grandsire — is one of the standard change ringing methods, usually rung on an odd numbers of church bells. Grandsire Doubles is rung on five working bells, Grandsire Triples on seven, Grandsire Caters on nine and Grandsire Cinques on eleven. History The… …

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