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Babylonian Talmud : Section Mode (Festivals)

By: Michael L. Rodkinson

...INTRODUCTION TO TRACT ERUBIN. THIS Tract, virtually the third of the Sabbath series, treats of subjects similar to those discussed in the first two. T... ...gacious than his colleagues? Wily were the school of Hillel favored? Because modest. Two years the schools of Shammai and Hillel disputed whether it w... ... of Hillel be thus favored? Because the members of the school of Hillel were modest and patient, and would always repeat the words of the school of Sh... ...s are all manners of precious fruits' is meant the virgins of Israel who are modest before their marriage, and by the passage 'new and also old, O my ... ... himself as a bed (of plants) upon which everyone treads (i.e., is extremely modest) and also conducts himself as a man who held spices in his hand, w... ...ot accept the theory of premeditated choice. The sages, however, permit this mode of procedure, because they accept the theory of premeditated choice.... ...nan b. Nouri. MISHNA: We do not cite scriptural passages for the above three series that contain predictions of punishment. The passages from the Pent... ...e as that of a Terua? Said Abayi: The Tana of our Mishna speaks of the three series, and means that the length of all the Teqioth is the same as that ... ... as that of all the Teruoth. But the Tana of the Boraitha speaks of only one series and says that one Teqia is equal to one Terua (which is the same t...

...Introduction: THIS Tract, virtually the third of the Sabbath series, treats of subjects similar to those discussed in the first two. The main point of. difference is, that most of the laws laid down in the preceding two volumes are founded on biblical behests, while those instituted in...

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Mode series

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...and suicide. Though initially marketed as fantasy, the Mode series is similar to the Incarnations of Immortality and the Apprentic... ...uicide. Though initially marketed as fantasy, the Mode series is similar to the Incarnations of Immortality and the Apprentice Ade... ...ies is similar to the Incarnations of Immortality and the Apprentice Adept series, blending fantasy and science fiction. ... ... Contents 1 Mode theory 2 Novels ... ... 2 Novels 2.1 Virtual Mode 2.2 Fractal Mode ... ... 2.2 Fractal Mode 2.3 Chaos Mode 2.4 DoOon Mode ... ...Oon Mode 3 Anchor modes 3.1 Earth, late 20th centur... ... Mode theory Mode, in the series, is another word for "reality" or "universe." The Virtual Mode is li... ...nse the Virtual Mode; only those who can may become anchor persons. In the series, those who invoke the Virtual Mode are typically individuals who hav...

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Measures of central tendency : Statistics intro: mean, median and mode

By: Sal Khan

Using the mean, median and mode to try to represent data

Measures of central tendency and dispersion. Mean, median, mode, variance, and standard deviation.

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Mode

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...dus: "manner, tune, measure, due measure, rhythm, melody") may mean: Transport mode, a means of transportation Block cipher modes of operation, in cry... ...ock cipher modes of operation, in cryptographyA technocomplex of stone tool s Mode of production, a Marxist term for way of producing goods Places M... ... Places Mode, Illinois, an unincorporated community in Shelby County, Illinois Mode, Banmauk, a village in Burma Mathematics Mode (statistics), the m... ...e in Burma Mathematics Mode (statistics), the most common value among a group Modes of convergence, a property of a series Modes of a linear field ... ...cs), the most common value among a group Modes of convergence, a property of a series Modes of a linear field Science Normal mode, patterns of vibra... ...f convergence, a property of a series Modes of a linear field Science Normal mode, patterns of vibration in acoustics, electromagnetic theory, etc.,... ... condition Language Mode (literature) Grammatical mood Narrative mode Mode series, a quartet of novels by Piers Anthony Modes of persuasion, orato... ...icMode magazine, a fictional fashion magazine which is the setting for the ABC series Ugly Betty Fashion Explosive Mode, an album* Modal (disambig...

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Measures of central tendency : Example: Finding mean, median and mode

By: Sal Khan, Monterey Institute for Technology and Education

Mean Median and Mode

Measures of central tendency and dispersion. Mean, median, mode, variance, and standard deviation.

u08 l2 t1 we1, Mean, Median, and, Mode

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Direct mode

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...Direct mode, also known as immediate mode[1][2] is a computing term referring to the input of textual commands o... ... immediately and the results printed on screen, in contrast to programming mode where nothing would be executed until a specific command was given. (B... ...until a specific command was given. (BASIC's RUN is an example of a direct mode command.) Some commands could be used in either mode, while others wer... ...hile others were exclusive to one or the other. Direct mode was most often used on 8-bit systems such as the Commodore 64 and Atar... ...as most often used on 8-bit systems such as the Commodore 64 and Atari 800 series, though commands entered at a Unix shell can be thought of as direct... ...eries, though commands entered at a Unix shell can be thought of as direct mode equivalents to shell scripts, and modern interpreted languages like Py... ...as most often used on 8-bit systems such as the Commodore 64 and Atari 800 series, though commands entered at a Unix shell can be thought of as direct...

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Essays, First Series

By: Ralph Waldo Emerson

... Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: ESSAYS, FIRST SERIES Author: RALPH WALDO EMERSON Language: English Subject: Fiction, L... ...... ................................................................1 Essays, First Series i Essays, First Series Ralph Waldo Emerson • I. HISTORY • II. SEL... ... of this mind history is the record. Its genius is illustrated by the entire series of days. Man is explicable by nothing less than all his history. W... ...n, proper to us. So all that is said of the wise man by Stoic or Oriental or modern essayist, describes to each reader his own idea, describes his una... ...exists for the education of each man. There is no age or state of society or mode of action in history to which there is not somewhat corresponding in... ... man. Santa Croce and the Dome of St. Peter's are lame copies after a divine model. Strasburg Cathedral is a material counterpart of the soul of Erwin... ...e body. In it existed those human forms which supplied the sculptor with his models of Hercules, Phoebus, and Jove; not like the forms abounding in th... ... Hercules, Phoebus, and Jove; not like the forms abounding in the streets of modern cities, wherein the face is a confused blur of features, but compo...

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Phrygian mode

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... Use of the Phrygian mode on A in Respighi's Trittico Botticelliano (Botticelli Triptych, 1927).... ...p.244)  Play   The Phrygian mode (pronounced ) can refer to three different musical modes: the ancient ... ...med on a particular set of octave species or scales; the Medieval Phrygian mode, and the modern conception of the Phrygian mode as a diatonic scale, b... ...ents Ancient Greek Phrygian mode 1 Medieval Phrygian mode 2 ... ... Medieval Phrygian mode 2 Modern Phrygian mode 3 Modern uses of the Ph... ...ecies built from a tetrachord which, in its diatonic genus, consisted of a series of rising intervals of a whole tone, followed by a semitone, followe...

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Essays, Second Series

By: Ralph Waldo Emerson

...terature Collection World Public Library.org Title: ESSAYS, SECOND SERIES Author: RALPH WALDO EMERSON Language: English Subject: Fiction, Lit... ...... ...1 [eBook #2945] The PGCC Collection eBook: Essays, 2nd Series, by Ralph Waldo Emerson *eBook File: 2srwe10.htm or 2srwe10.pdf**... ...red by Tony Adam anthony-adam@tamu.edu Essays, Second Series by Ralph Waldo Emerson THE POET. A... ... also, yet, in respect to him, secondaries and servants; as sitters or models in the studio of a painter, or as assistants who bring building m... ... as it must be done, or be known. Words and deeds are quite indifferent modes of the divine energy. Words are also actions, and actions are a ki... ...high and mottled sides; but this genius is the landscape-garden of a modern house, adorned with fountains and statues, with well-bred men and... ...all but the few who received the true nectar; and, as it was a spurious mode of attaining freedom, as it was an emancipation not into the heaven... ...e other extreme, expecting nothing, and am always full of thanks for moderate goods. I accept the clangor and jangle of contrary tendencies. ...

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Ionian mode

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...onian mode on C    . Ionian mode is the name assigned by Heinrich Glarean in 1547 to his new authentic ... ... name assigned by Heinrich Glarean in 1547 to his new authentic mode on C (mode 11 in his numbering scheme), which uses the diatonic octave species fr... ...C (Powers 2001a). This octave species is essentially the same as the major mode of tonal music (Jones 1974, 42). Church music was ... ... was previously explained by theorists as being organised in eight musical modes: the scales on D, E, F, and G in the "greater perfect system" of "mus... ...r authentic and plagal counterparts. Glarean's twelfth mode was the plagal version of the Ionian mode, called Hypoionian (under Io... ...ding Notation, Terminology, and Harmony, 42–43. Barnes & Noble Outline Series 137. New York, Hagerstown, San Francisco, London: Barnes & Noble... ...ding Notation, Terminology, and Harmony, 42–43. Barnes & Noble Outline Series 137. New York, Hagerstown, San Francisco, London: Barnes & Noble...

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Essays, First Series

By: Ralph Waldo Emerson

...RSON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org FIRST SERIES Title: ESSAYS, FIRST SERIES Author: RALPH WALDO EMERSON Languag... ...... ...his mind history is the record. Its genius is illustrated by the entire series of days. Man is explicable by nothing less than all his histor... ...oper to us. So all that is said of the wise man by Stoic or Oriental or modern essayist, describes to each reader his own idea, describes his un... ...s for the education of each man. There is no age or state of society or mode of action in history to which there is not somewhat corresponding ... ... Santa Croce and the Dome of St. Peter's are lame copies after a divine model. Strasburg Cathedral is a material counterpart of the soul of Erwi... ..., as his onward thinking leads him into the truth to which that fact or series belongs. The primeval world,--the Fore-World, as the Germans ... ...In it existed those human forms which supplied the sculptor with his models of Hercules, Phoebus, and Jove; not like the forms abounding in t... ...ules, Phoebus, and Jove; not like the forms abounding in the streets of modern cities, wherein the face is a confused blur of features, but comp...

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Locrian mode

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...crian on C    . The Locrian mode is either a musical mode or simply a diatonic scale. ... ... History 1 Modern Locrian 2 Overview 3 ... ...cies) and Athenaeus (as an obsolete harmonia), there is no warrant for the modern usage of Locrian as equivalent to Glarean's Hyperaeolian mode, in ei... ... Renaissance, or later phases of modal theory through the 18th century, or modern scholarship on ancient Greek musical theory and practice.[1] The nam... ...l chant theory after the 18th century,[2] when it was used to describe the mode newly numbered as mode 11, with final on B, ambitus from that note to ... ...sing and Interpreting Recorded Popular Song Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series (Farnham: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.; Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishi...

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Essays, Second Series

By: Ralph Waldo Emerson

...Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: ESSAYS, SECOND SERIES Author: RALPH WALDO EMERSON Language: English Subject: Fiction, L... ...... ...............................................................1 Essays, Second Series i Essays, Second Series Ralph Waldo Emerson • I. THE POET • II. E... ...write poems from the fancy, at a safe distance from their own Essays, Second Series 1 experience. But the highest minds of the world have never cease... ...maries also, yet, in respect to him, secondaries and servants; as sitters or models in the studio of a painter, or as assistants who bring building ma... ...ppear as it must be done, or be known. Words and deeds are quite indifferent modes of the divine energy. Words are also actions, and actions are a kin... ... on its high and mottled sides; but this genius is the landscape−garden of a modern house, adorned with fountains and statues, with well−bred men and ... ...nce; all but the few who received the true nectar; and, as it was a spurious mode of attaining freedom, as it was an emancipation not into the heavens... ...in at the other extreme, expecting nothing, and am always full of thanks for moderate goods. I accept the clangor and jangle of contrary tendencies. I...

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Normal mode

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...frequency and with a fixed phase relation. The motion described by the normal modes is called resonance . The frequencies of the normal modes of a... ...A physical object, such as a building, bridge or molecule, has a set of normal modes that depend on its structure, materials and boundary conditions. ... ...structure, materials and boundary conditions. When relating to music, normal modes of vibrating instruments (strings, air pipes, drums, etc.) are ca... ...nes ". The most general motion of a system is a superposition of its normal modes. The modes are normal in the sense that they can move independent... ...nse that they can move independently, that is to say that an excitation of one mode will never cause motion of a different mode. The concept of norma... ... hν. The spectrum of waveforms can be described mathematically using a Fourier series of sinusoidal density fluctuations (or thermal phonons ). De... ...ator Vibrational spectroscopy Mechanical resonance Critical speed Harmonic series (music) Leaky mode Modal Analysis Vibrations of a circular dr...

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Essays, First Series

By: Ralph Waldo Emerson

...S by RALPH WALDO EMERSON Essays, First Series Ralph Waldo Emerson HISTORY. There is no great and no small To the S... ...f this mind history is the record. Its genius is illustrated by the entire series of days. Man is explicable by nothing less than all his history. Wit... ... proper to us. So all that is said of the wise man by Stoic or Oriental or modern essayist, describes to each reader his own idea, describes his unatt... ...ists for the education of each man. There is no age or state of society or mode of action in history to which there is not somewhat corresponding in h... ...an. Santa Croce and the Dome of St. Peter's are lame copies after a divine model. Strasburg Cathedral is a material counterpart of the soul of Erwin o... ...him, as his onward thinking leads him into the truth to which that fact or series belongs. The primeval world,--the Fore-World, as the Germans say, -... ...body. In it existed those human forms which supplied the sculptor with his models of Hercules, Phoebus, and Jove; not like the forms abounding in the ... ...ercules, Phoebus, and Jove; not like the forms abounding in the streets of modern cities, wherein the face is a confused blur of features, but compose... ... science and art. Galileo, with an opera-glass, discovered a more splendid series of celestial phenomena than any one since. Columbus found the New Wo...

...is or can be done, for this is the only and sovereign agent. Of the works of this mind history is the record. Its genius is illustrated by the entire series of days. Man is explicable by nothing less than all his history. Without hurry, without rest, the human spirit goes forth from the beginning to embody every faculty, every thought, every emotion, which belongs to it, i...

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Hypophrygian mode

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...E  Play  . The Hypophrygian mode, literally meaning "below Phrygian", is a musical mode or diatonic sca... ..., is a musical mode or diatonic scale in medieval chant theory, the fourth mode of church music. This mode is the plagal counterpart of the authentic ... ...f church music. This mode is the plagal counterpart of the authentic third mode, which was called Phrygian. In the Middle Ages and Renaissance this mo... ...n two ways: the diatonic scale from B to B an octave above, divided at the mode final E (B–C–D–E + E–F–G–A–B); and as a mode with final E and ambitus ... ...n (Powers 2001b, 38). The melodic range of the ecclesiastical Hypophrygian mode therefore goes from the perfect fourth or fifth below the tonic to the... ... school of Eratocles in terms of the enharmonic genus of the tetrachord: a series of rising intervals of two quarter tones followed by a ditone, toget...

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Prejudices : First Series

By: Henry Louis Mencken

... by HENRY LOUIS MENCKEN Prejudices: first series Henry Louis Mencken Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved World Wide.... ... So much for the theory of Major J. E. Spingarn, U.S.A., late professor of modern languages and literatures in Columbia University. Obviously, it is a... ...ner; the transcendental, to some extent at least, must be done into common modes of thinking. Well, what are morality, trochaics, hexameters, movement... ...sychological maxims, the dramatic unities — what are all these save common modes of thinking, short cuts, rubber stamps, words of one syllable? Moreov... ...ces. One had begun with an acute and highly diverting study of monogamy in modern London; one found one's self, toward the close, gaping over an uncon... ...highly resourceful execution. It was the stupendous drama and spectacle of modern life, and not its dubious and unintelligible lessons, that drew him ... ...masses of average, everyday, unimaginative Englishmen. One leaves the long series of Five Towns books with a sense of having looked down the tube of a... ...st a dozen years. The records of her researches are to be found in a brief series of books: "The Family," "The Old-Fashioned Woman" and "Fear and Conv... ... daily life of the American people. It started off with a truly remarkable series of articles on the Civil War; it plunged into contemporary politics;...

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Mode (music)

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...de on C Play   In the theory of Western music, mode (from Latin modus, "measure, standard, manner, way, size, limit of qua... ... Contents Mode as a general concept 1 Additional meani... ... Additional meanings 2 Modes and scales 3 Greek 4 ... ... Use 5.1 Modern 6 Analysis 6.1 ... ... Summary 6.2 Major modes 6.2.1 Minor mo... ... breves. Modes and scales A "scale" is an ordered series of pitches that, with the key or tonic (first tone) as a reference p... ..., George Thaddeus (1974). Music Theory. Barnes & Noble College Outline Series 137. New York: Barnes & Noble Books. ISBN 0-06-467168-2. ...

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Prejudices : First Series

By: Henry Louis Mencken

...erature Collection World Public Library.org Title: PREJUDICES: FIRST SERIES Author: HENRY LOUIS MENCKEN Language: English Subject: Fiction, L... ...... .........................................................67 Prejudices: first series i Prejudices: first series Henry Louis Mencken This page copyrigh... ...ho gabble of light−waves. And so, in order, follow groups Prejudices: first series 1 five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, each with its theory and it... ..... So much for the theory of Major J. E. Spingarn, U.S.A., late professor of modern languages and literatures in Columbia University. Obviously, it is... ...ainer; the transcendental, to some extent at least, must be done into common modes of thinking. Well, what are morality, trochaics, hexameters, moveme... ... psychological maxims, the dramatic unities what are all these save common modes of thinking, short cuts, rubber stamps, words of one syllable? More... ...ieces. One had begun with an acute and highly diverting study of monogamy in modern London; one found one's self, toward the close, gaping over an unc... ...d highly resourceful execution. It was the stupendous drama and spectacle of modern life, and not its dubious and unintelligible lessons, that drew hi...

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Rhythmic mode

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...Pérotin, "Alleluia nativitas", in the third rhythmic mode. In medieval music, the rhythmic ... ...eet of classical poetry, and was the first step towards the development of modern mensural notation (Hoppin 1978, 221). The rhythmic modes of Notre Da... ... History Though the use of the rhythmic modes is the most characteristic feature of the music of the late conductus... ...rlier in the century: for example each voice sometimes sang in a different mode, as well as a different language. In most sources ... ...rent language. In most sources there were six rhythmic modes, as first explained in the anonymous treatise of about 1260, De mensu... ...cending scale figure, written as a single note or a ligature followed by a series of two or more descending lozenges. Anonymous IV called these curren... ...ertus described nine modes, and Anonymus IV said that, in England, a whole series of irregular modes was in use (Reece 1940, 288). ...

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Essays, Second Series

By: Ralph Waldo Emerson

... by RALPH WALDO EMERSON Essays, Second Series Ralph Waldo Emerson THE POET. A moody child and wildly wise Pursued ... ...ries also, yet, in respect to him, secondaries and servants; as sitters or models in the studio of a painter, or as assistants who bring building mate... ...ear as it must be done, or be known. Words and deeds are quite indifferent modes of the divine energy. Words are also actions, and actions are a kind ... ...n its high and mottled sides; but this genius is the landscape-garden of a modern house, adorned with fountains and statues, with well-bred men and wo... ... the poet turns the world to glass, and shows us all things in their right series and procession. For through that better perception he stands one ste... ...e; all but the few who received the true nectar; and, as it was a spurious mode of attaining freedom, as it was an emancipation not into the heavens b... ...hou! these are thy race!' II. EXPERIENCE. WHERE do we find ourselves? In a series of which we do not know the extremes, and believe that it has none. ... ... at the other extreme, expecting nothing, and am always full of thanks for moderate goods. I accept the clangor and jangle of contrary tendencies. I f... ... doctors, and considerate people: there are no dupes like these. Life is a series of surprises, and would not be worth taking or keeping if it were no...

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Mode scrambler

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...In telecommunications, a mode scrambler mode mixer is a device for inducing mode coupling in an optical fiber, or a... ...self, exhibits a uniform output intensity profile independent of the input mode volume or modal excitation condition. Mode scramblers are used to prov... ...for purposes of laboratory, manufacturing, or field measurements or tests. Mode scramblers are primarily used to improve reproducibility of multimode ... ...to the combination of differences in laser output characteristics (emitted mode power distribution) and the differential mode delay of the fiber. Diff... ...r distribution) and the differential mode delay of the fiber. Differential mode delay is the difference in the time delays amongst the fiber's propaga... ...imply by routing a specially designed step-index multimode fiber through a series of small radius bends, or by compressing fiber against surfaces with...

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The Common Reader Second Series

By: Virginia Woolf

...OLF Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org SECOND SERIES Title: THE COMMON READER, SECOND SERIES Author: VIRGINIA WOOLF ... ...... ...alk of Spenser and Sir Philip Sidney. But he possessed to some extent the modern instinct for preserving trifles, for keeping copies of letters, and... ...atire, in self-analysis. Spenser, Sidney, and Marlowe provided no helpful models for a man who looked out from this angle of vision. The typical Eli... ... moment he could note and observe and record as keenly and exactly as any modern novelist. And then, after this one glimpse in our direction, he tur... ...erse in the Arcadia performs something of the function of dialogue in the modern novel. It breaks up the monotony and strikes a high-light. In those... ... between the mean and the great is the best; and its virtues--temperance, moderation, quietness, and health--are the most desirable. It was a sorry ... ... truth. When she was a little more than thirty she could look back upon a series of actions which she had carried out in the teeth of opposition. Sh...

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Protected mode

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... In computing, protected mode, also called protected virtual address mode, is an operational mode of x86 -compatible central processing u... ... increase an operating system's control over application software . Protected mode may only be entered after the system software sets up several desc... ...the Protection Enable (PE) bit in the control register 0 (CR0). Protected mode was first added to the x86 architecture in 1982, The segment si... ...of increasing operational security and stability. 386 additions to protected mode With the release of the 386, the following additional features w... ... release of the 386, the following additional features were added to protected mode: Paging 32-bit physical and virtual address space (The 32-bit... ...interrupts and do direct hardware access. That lasted through the Windows 9x series. If a Windows 1.x or 2.x program is written properly and avoids ...

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Friends in Council (First Series)

By: Sir Arthur Helps

...HELPS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org (FIRST SERIES) Title: FRIENDS IN COUNCIL (FIRST SERIES) Author: ARTHUR HELP... ...... .................................................1 FRIENDS IN COUNCIL (First Series) BY SIR ARTHUR HELPS. ........................................... ...................................................66 Friends in Council (First Series) i Friends in Council (First Series) Sir Arthur Helps This page c... ...ehind either of you in a wish to hold up truth. My only doubt was as to the mode. For my own part, I have such faith in truth that I take it mere co... ...y crushing them. The still wiser nations of the west have adopted a swifter mode of destroying health, and creating angularity, by crushing the upper... ...killed in such affairs; but looking at old pictures we may sometimes see how modern clothes have attained their present pitch of frightfulness and inc... ...s essay. One thing only occurs to me to say, namely, that the lives and the mode of speaking about themselves adopted by the founders of Christianity... ...l disorder in despair. I dare say you will think it a coarse and unromantic mode of looking at things; but I must confess I agree with what Leigh Hun...

...Table of Contents: Friends in Council (First Series), 1 -- Sir Arthur Helps, 1 -- FRIENDS IN COUNCIL (First Series) BY SIR ARTHUR HELPS, 2 -- Introduction BY HENRY MORLEY, 2 -- FRIENDS IN COUNCIL, 2 -- Chapter I, 3 -- Chapter II, 8 -- Chapter III, 12 -- Chapter IV, 18 -...

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Blended mode

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...Blended mode is a charge-depleting mode of operation for plug-in hybrid electric vehicle s (PHEVs) in which m... ...on engine vehicles. An example of plug-in hybrids that operate in blended mode while charge-depleting is the Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid . Because t... ...he Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid . Because the Prius plug-in operates as a series-parallel hybrid, the U.S. EPA estimated its EV range for blended o... ...ery pack) and gasoline as 11 mi until the battery is depleted. Blended mode uses both gasoline or diesel and electricity as sources of energy, and... ...amount of liquid fuel used while displacing it with electricity. In such a mode of operation the fuel economy is increased, but the amount of electr... ...t of a tank of gas, typically less than 1/4 gallon equivalent, the blended mode range might also be reported as the distance that the available batter...

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The Second Series Plays

By: John Galsworthy

...lection World Public Library.org PLAYS, COMPLETE Title: THE SECOND SERIES PLAYS, COMPLETE Author: JOHN GALSWORTHY Language: English Subject: ... ...... ...] [Posted: April 11, 2002] THE SECOND SERIES PLAYS BY GALSWORTHY THE SECOND SERIES PLAYS, Com... ...ice. Shan't pay them this time unless I see a disposition to change your mode of life. [A pause] You get your extravagance from your mother. She'... ...falls. The PGCC Collection: THE ELDEST SON, a play in THE SECOND SERIES by John Galsworthy. THE LITTLE DREAM An Allegory in si... ... [The curtain falls.] The PGCC Collection eBook: THE SECOND SERIES PLAYS BY GALSWORTHY * eBook file: gpl2w10.htm or gpl2w10.zip * ...

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Mode 7

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...n for the Mega Drive and the Atari Lynx feature similar capabilities. Use Mode 7-style rendering is generally used on older systems with strong 2D ca... ... systems with strong 2D capabilities but not dedicated 3D support. Classic Mode 7 games include the Super NES titles F-Zero, Terranigma, Pilotwings, Y... ... Skyblazer, 7th Saga, Mega Man 7, Top Gear, Kirby Super Star, Axelay, and. Mode 7-style rendering was also used for the Special Stages in Sonic CD. Th... ...rnations of many of these games. Function The Super NES console has eight modes, numbered from 0 to 7, for displaying background layers, the last one... ...ed from 0 to 7, for displaying background layers, the last one (background mode 7) having a single layer that can be scaled and rotated. The Game Boy ... ...ames such as Knuckles' Chaotix, which also was the first game in the Sonic series to feature a polygonal special stage. Some Amiga games also use pro...

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Bunyan Characters : 3Rd Series

By: Alexander Whyte

... by ALEXANDER WHYTE 3 BUNYAN CHARACTERS (THIRD SERIES) by Alexander Whyte CHAPTER I--THE BOOK ’--the bo... ...was slipping out of his hands. He would have all the drunkards to become moderate drinkers, if not total abstainers; and all the sensualists to be... ...ed him to 124 produce this extraordinarily able and impressive book. A model of English style as the Holy War is, at the same time it does not a... ...orms of devotion and irregular in all our passions, circumspect in little modes of behaviour and careless and negligent of tempers the most essentia... ...e time has its true nature from heaven. Humility is full of all meekness, modesty, submissiveness, teachableness, sense of inability, sense of unwor... ... his mother. How to keep a decent shred of the old sanctification on the modern Sabbath-day is the anxious inquiry of many fathers and mothers amon... ...ce of God. End of Project Gutenberg Etext Bunyan Characters 3rd Series by A. Whyte 250 Project Gutenberg Etext Bunyan Characters 3rd... ...eries by A. Whyte 250 Project Gutenberg Etext Bunyan Characters 3rd Series by A. Whyte #3 in our series by Alexander Whyte Copyright laws... ...is included below. We need your donations. Bunyan Characters - Third Series by Alexander Whyte September, 2000 [Etext #2308] Project ...

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Addressing mode

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...ure in most central processing unit (CPU) designs. The various addressing modes that are defined in a given instruction set architecture define how m... ...ture identify the operand (or operands) of each instruction. An addressing mode specifies how to calculate the effective memory address of an operand ... ...n a machine instruction or elsewhere. In computer programming, addressing modes are primarily of interest to compiler writers and to those who write ... ...e that there is no generally accepted way of naming the various addressing modes. In particular, different authors and computer manufacturers may give... ...and computer manufacturers may give different names to the same addressing mode, or the same names to different addressing modes. Furthermore, an addr... ...han it would have in magnetic core memory. Later models of the DEC PDP-11 series mapped the registers onto addresses in the input/output area, but th... ...a, Motorola 6800 family, and MOS Technology 6502 family of processors were series of processors with very few internal registers. Arithmetic and logi...

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Among My Books First Series

By: James Russell Lowell

...WELL Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org FIRST SERIES Title: AMONG MY BOOKS, FIRST SERIES Author: JAMES RUSSELL LOWEL... ...... ...the Online Distributed Proofreading Team. AMONG MY BOOKS First Series by JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL * * * * ... ...se young writers to form themselves, as it was called, on these excellent models. Wordsworth himself began in this school; and though there were gli... ... Keats was the first resolute and wilful heretic, the true founder of the modern school, which admits no cis-Elizabethan authority save Milton, whos... ...an authority save Milton, whose own English was formed upon those earlier models. Keats denounced the authors of that style which came in toward the... ...ded; he was the earliest complete type of the purely literary man, in the modern sense; there is a singular unanimity in allowing him a certain clai... ...ght, in style of mind, in the direction of his activity, the first of the moderns. He is the first literary man who was also a man of the world, as ... ... service when great ones do not volunteer. With this poem begins the long series of Dryden's prefaces, of which Swift made such excellent, though ma...

...nd copied, yet it was the fashion, down even to the last generation, to advise young writers to form themselves, as it was called, on these excellent models. Wordsworth himself began in this school; and though there were glimpses, here and there, of a direct study of nature, yet most of the epithets in his earlier pieces were of the traditional kind so fatal to poetry duri...

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Noclip mode

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...In some video games, noclip mode is a video game cheat command that prevents the first-person player ch... ...irst instance of noclip code probably came from id Software's popular game series Commander Keen. Noclip modes (and similar modes) often originate as... ...obably came from id Software's popular game series Commander Keen. Noclip modes (and similar modes) often originate as a means by which developers te... ...g" over time-consuming regions of the game environment. This source of god modes often manifests itself in the route by which players activate these m... ...yers activate these modes - for example, running a game with a development mode flag. The equivalent code for a game may also turn off clipping, but ... ... side of a one-sided wall is not drawn when the player uses "no collision" mode to walk through it. Some developers have continued in the fashion of ... ...ements of the game. For instance, in Duke Nukem 3D, and the Commander Keen series, having noclip mode on and walking outside the level area causes dea... ...my spawns, if enabled by the server. In Counter-Strike and the Left 4 Dead series, after the player has died, they have the option to select "free mod...

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Among My Books First Series

By: James Russell Lowell

...WELL Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org FIRST SERIES Title: AMONG MY BOOKS, FIRST SERIES Author: JAMES RUSSELL LOWEL... ...... ...the Online Distributed Proofreading Team. AMONG MY BOOKS First Series by JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL * * * * ... ...se young writers to form themselves, as it was called, on these excellent models. Wordsworth himself began in this school; and though there were gli... ... Keats was the first resolute and wilful heretic, the true founder of the modern school, which admits no cis-Elizabethan authority save Milton, whos... ...an authority save Milton, whose own English was formed upon those earlier models. Keats denounced the authors of that style which came in toward the... ...ded; he was the earliest complete type of the purely literary man, in the modern sense; there is a singular unanimity in allowing him a certain clai... ...ght, in style of mind, in the direction of his activity, the first of the moderns. He is the first literary man who was also a man of the world, as ... ... service when great ones do not volunteer. With this poem begins the long series of Dryden's prefaces, of which Swift made such excellent, though ma...

...nd copied, yet it was the fashion, down even to the last generation, to advise young writers to form themselves, as it was called, on these excellent models. Wordsworth himself began in this school; and though there were glimpses, here and there, of a direct study of nature, yet most of the epithets in his earlier pieces were of the traditional kind so fatal to poetry duri...

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Explosive Mode

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...an Quinn and Messy Marv . It is the first installment in the three album series, which did well through independent sales and is considered a Bay Ar... ...bb Shit'" Marvaless Sean T, G-Man Stan 4:08 07. "Explosive Mode" Bossman Icey Mike Beats 4:10 08. "Stop It" Bill Bathgat...

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Miscellaneous Subjects 1997 Economic Census Transportation and Warehousing Subject Series

By: Donald L. Evans

...e United States and States: 1997 11 3. Cost of Arranged Transportation by Mode of Shipping for the United States and States: 1997 19 4. Construction... ...Areas Not applicable for this report. TRANSPORTATION & WAREHOUSING SUBJECT SERIES MISCELLANEOUS SUBJECTS iii U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census ... ...put/output measures, pro- duction and price indexes, and other statistical series that measure short-term changes in economic conditions. Spe- cific u... .... Where changes are significant, it will not be possible to construct time series that include data for points both before and after 1997. For 1997, d... ...rlier censuses provide historical figures for the study of long- term time series and are available in some large libraries. All of the census reports... ...scenic and sightseeing transportation, and support activi- ties related to modes of transportation. Establishments in these industries use transportat... ...ted facilities as a productive asset. The type of equipment depends on the mode of transportation. The modes of transportation are air, rail, water, r... ...ector distin- guishes three basic types of activities: subsectors for each mode of transportation, a subsector for warehousing and storage, and a subs... ...nomic Census Mar. 23, 2001 Table 3. Cost of Arranged Transportation by Mode of Shipping for the United States and States: 1997 [Includes only est...

...ework for such composite measures as the gross domestic product estimates, input/output measures, production and price indexes, and other statistical series that measure short-term changes in economic conditions. Specific uses of economic census data include the following: Policymaking agencies of the Federal Government use the data to monitor economic activity and assess ...

...-- 2. Revenue~Generating Equipment for Passenger Transportation -- for the United States and States: 1997 11 -- 3. Cost of Arranged Transportation by Mode of Shipping for the -- United States and States: 1997 19 -- 4. Construction Activity by Pipelines for the United States and -- States: 1997 21 -- A. Explanation of Terms A?1 -- B. NAICS Codes, Titles, and Descriptions B?...

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Mixolydian mode

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... ", in Mel Bay's Encyclopedia of Scales, Modes and Melodic Patterns: A Unique Approach to Developing Ear, Mind a... ...: Mel Bay Publications, 1997): p. 33. ISBN 978-0-7866-1791-3 .]] Mixolydian mode may refer to one of three things: the name applied to one of the a... ...based on a particular octave species or scale ; one of the medieval church modes ; a modern musical mode or diatonic scale, related to the medi... ...ch modes ; a modern musical mode or diatonic scale, related to the medieval mode. (The Hypomixolydian mode of medieval music, by contrast, has no m... ...st, has no modern counterpart.) Greek Mixolydian The idea of a Mixolydian mode comes from the music theory of ancient Greece . The ancient Greek... ...1) ISBN 978-1-56159-239-5. Modern Mixolydian This modern scale has the same series of tones and semitones as the major scale, except the seven...

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Summary 1997 Economic Census Transportation and Warehousing Subject Series

By: Donald L. Evans

...Summary 1997 Economic Census Transportation and Warehousing Subject Series 1997 Issued March 2001 EC97T48S-SM U.S. Department of Commerce Econo... ...MENTS Summary 1997 Economic Census Transportation and Warehousing Subject Series 1997 Issued March 2001 EC97T48S-SM U.S. Department of Commerce Donal... ... Economic Census 1 Transportation and Warehousing 5 TABLES Geographic Area Series 1. Summary Statistics for the United States: 1997 7 Sources of Reve... ... United States and States: 1997 162 9. Cost of Arranged Transportation by Mode of Shipping for the United States and States: 1997 170 10. Constructi... ...lected tables from the 1997 Transportation and Warehousing Geographic Area Series, Sources of Revenue, Establishment and Firm Size, and Subject Series... ...scenic and sightseeing transportation, and support activi- ties related to modes of transportation. Establishments in these industries use transportat... ...ted facilities as a productive asset. The type of equipment depends on the mode of transportation. The modes of transportation are air, rail, water, r... ...ector distin- guishes three basic types of activities: subsectors for each mode of transportation, a subsector for warehousing and storage, and a subs... ... transit systems 618 1 518 683 973 297 230 365 32 946 3.1 1.2 485111 Mixed mode transit systems 28 51 567 24 112 5 516 759 2.1 8.6 485112 Commuter rai...

...ework for such composite measures as the gross domestic product estimates, input/output measures, production and price indexes, and other statistical series that measure short-term changes in economic conditions. Specific uses of economic census data include the following: Policymaking agencies of the Federal Government use the data to monitor economic activity and assess ...

...Table of Contents: Introduction to the Economic Census 1 -- Transportation and Warehousing 5 -- Geographic Area Series -- 1. Summary Statistics for the United States: 1997 7 -- Sources of Revenue -- 2. Sources of Revenue by Kind of Business for the United -- States: 1997 10 -- Establishment and Firm Size -- 3. Revenue Size of Establish...

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Target Disk Mode

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...Apple G3 iMac booted in Target Mode Target Disk Mode (sometimes refer... ... Target Disk Mode (sometimes referred to as TDM or Target Mode) is a boot mode unique to Macintosh computers. Whe... ...intosh computers. When a Mac that supports Target Disk Mode[1] is started with the 'T' key held down, its operating system does no... ...t external mass storage device. A Mac booted in Target Mode can be attached to the port of any other computer - Mac or PC - where ... ...ardware available to the host computer.[2] Target Disk Mode is useful for accessing the contents of a Mac which cannot be booted f... ...nal PowerBook 100 and continued to offer it with most subsequent PowerBook series and FireWire-equipped Macs. As long as the requisite software appear... ...k Mode, a special cable (SCSI System Cable) allowed the original PowerBook series to attach to a desktop Mac as an external SCSI disk. A unique system... ...nal PowerBook 100 and continued to offer it with most subsequent PowerBook series and FireWire-equipped Macs. As long as the requisite software appear... ...k Mode, a special cable (SCSI System Cable) allowed the original PowerBook series to attach to a desktop Mac as an external SCSI disk. A unique system...

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Greek Studies : A Series of Essays

By: Walter Horatio Pater

...ATIO PATER Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org SERIES OF ESSAYS Title: GREEK STUDIES: A SERIES OF ESSAYS Author: WALT... ...... ...4035] [Posted: 10/19/01] PGCC Collection: Greek Studies: A Series of Essays by Walter Horatio Pater eBook file: 8gsas10.htm or 8gsas... ... Produced by Alfred J. Drake, Ph.D. GREEK STUDIES: A SERIES OF ESSAYS By WALTER HORATIO PATER eBook Editor: Alfred J. Drak... ...ady reached the centre of the problem, and, the secret once gained, his mode of treatment of the different aspects of Greek life and thought is pe... ... special privileges of insight or suggestion, incident to their peculiar mode of existence. Now, if the reader wishes to understand what the scop... ...rative science of religions finds in the religion of Dionysus one of many modes of that primitive tree-worship which, growing out of some universal ... ...ts of poetical reverie such feeling may still float about a mind full of modern lights, the feeling we too have of a life in the green world, alway... ...and more of refinement, till in some happy moment Praxiteles conceived a model, often repeated, which concentrates this sentiment of true humour co...

...CONTENTS GREEK STUDIES: A SERIES OF ESSAYS WALTER PATER London: Macmillan, 1910. (The Library Edition.) eBook Editor: Alfred J. Drake, Ph.D. Electronic Version 1.0 / Date 10-12-01 Disclaimer of Damages for All Texts on This Web eBook Editor's Note Pre...

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System Management Mode

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... Real mode (Intel 8086) 8080 emulation... ...ode (Intel 8086) 8080 emulation mode (NEC V20/V30 only) Protecte... ...de (NEC V20/V30 only) Protected mode (Intel 80286) Virtual 8086 ... ... 8086 mode (Intel 80386) Unreal mode (Intel 80386) System Manage... ...(Intel 80386) System Management Mode (Intel 386SL) Long mode (AM... ...like SOUFFLETROUGH for Juniper Networks firewalls,[12] SCHOOLMONTANA for J-series routers of the same company,[13] DEITYBOUNCE for DELL,[14] or IRONCH...

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