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.22 caliber

22 caliber, or 5.6mm caliber, refers to a common firearms bore diameter of 0.22 inch. Both the.22 Long Rifle and 5.56×45mm NATO/.223 Remington cartridges are very widely used. .22 inch is also a popular air gun pellet caliber, second only to the ubiquitous.177 caliber.


.32 caliber

.32 caliber is a size of ammunition, fitted to firearms with a bore diameter of 0.32 inches. .32 in caliber variations include: .32 Winchester Self-Loading, an American rifle cartridge .32 Winchester Special, a rimmed cartridge created in October 1901 for use in the Winchester Model 94 lever-action rifle .32 H&R Magnum, a rimmed cartridge designed for use in revolvers .32 NAA, a cartridge/firearm system from North American Arms and Corbon Ammunition using a.380 ACP case .32 Remington, an American rifle cartridge .32 Long Colt, an American centerfire fire revolver cartridge .32 rimfire ...


.sch (file extension)

The.sch file extension is used to indicate a circuit schematic file by various electronic design automation programs, all using different file formats. These types of files are used by: Altium some versions EAGLE all versions PADS all versions Protel old versions OrCAD old versions KiCad all versions



.wps is a file extension used for: World Programming System program files WPS Office Writer files Rockbox, while playing screen files Microsoft Works, files


1st Middlesex Volunteers

Several units of the Volunteer Force formed in Middlesex from 1859 shared the number 1: 1st Regent Street Middlesex Light Horse Volunteers 1st Victoria Rifle Club Middlesex Rifle Volunteer Corps 1st Hanover Square Middlesex Artillery Volunteer Corps 1st Middlesex Engineers


3-inch gun

A 3-inch gun is a gun with a 3-inch bore. Examples include: 3"/50 caliber gun - US dual purpose naval gun QF 3 inch 20 cwt - British anti-aircraft gun 3"/23 caliber gun - US dual purpose naval gun 3-inch Gun M1918 - US anti-aircraft gun 3-inch Gun M5 - US anti-tank gun 3-inch M1902 field gun also M1904, M1905 3-inch gun M1903 - US coast defense gun, also M1898, M1902 seacoast gun


ⓘ Set indices

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  • is indicated. Indices which have hats are called Dirac indices and are the set of dotted and undotted, or chiral and anti - chiral, indices For example
  • The Global Food Security Index consists of a set of indices from 113 countries. It measures food security across most of the countries of the world. It
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  • field of recursion theory, index sets describe classes of partial recursive functions, specifically they give all indices of functions in that class according
  • coupon is set usually to 100bps 1 p.a. for predominantly Investment Grade indices and 500bps for predominantly speculative grade indices to follow
  • Case Shiller Home Price Indices are repeat - sales house price indices for the United States. There are multiple Case Shiller home price indices A national home

Samseong-dong (disambiguation)

Seoul can refer to several administrative wards in South Korean cities: Samson-Dong, Yangsan in Yangsan, Gyeongsangnam-do. Samson-Dong, Iksan in Iksan, jeollabuk-Do. Seoul to Daejeon Dong-GU, Daejeon. Samseong-Dong, Gangnam-GU, Seoul. (Самсон-Дон, Каннам-ГУ, Сеул) Samson-don, called Sillim 6-Dong 10-Dong, Gwanak-GU, Seoul, see Sillim-Dong.



with soffice.exe as the name of the process on a computer that is running Microsoft Windows, you may contact: In LibreOffice, a fork of OpenOffice created in 2010. StarOffice, in a corporate office Suite which was purchased by Oracle. In OpenOffice.org who came with StarOffice and open source.


The Amazing Pudding (disambiguation)

Amazing pudding may refer to several items related to Pink Floyd Early name for the Atom heart mother Suite. Amazing pudding 1983-1993, the British magazine fan.

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