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A score on the card
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Used to signify A double i.e. x1 out.
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In Roman Numeral number 10 is written as: X
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Although the letter X can be used as a symbol in various ways (such as with X-rays, the X-axis of a graph, etc.), "the X " in genetics and medicine today usually refers to the X chro [..]
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A coagulation factor, a substance in blood essential to the normal clotting process. Production of factor X takes place in the liver and requires vitamin K. The gene for factor X is located on chromos [..]
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Efficiency - A concept introduced by economist Harvey Liebenstein. A company's ability to use its workers, machines, technology, etc., to produce maximum output at lowest cost and a [..]
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Inefficiency - When a company is not using its employees, machinery, resources, etc., effectively, often because of lack of competition.
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Regulation X is a Federal Reserve Board rule governing limits on the amount of credit that can be granted to purchasers of securities from securities brokers, dealers, banks and other lending institut [..]
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The entire entry for X in Johnson's dictionary (1756) is: "X is a letter, which, though found in Saxon words, begins no word in the English language." Most English words beginning in -x [..]
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"cross out with an 'X'," 1942, from X.
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     Return to Top
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A notation made by an individual who has not learned to write or physically unable to write, to show intent to sign an instrument such as a deed or will. In regard to the conveyance of real property, [..]
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A Kiss (Usually in multiples: xxx)
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Y | Z |
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xenograph A tissue graph derived from another species (e.g. pig tissue grafted into a human).
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X.25 An international standard for packet switching, typically used with older telephone networks for data communications. See frame relay .
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The standard abbreviation for exports produced by the foreign sector and purchased by the domestic economy, especially when used in the study of macroeconomics. This abbreviation is most often seen in [..]
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a score that cannot be determined, as play on a hole was not completed Example: He took so many swings in the deep bunker without the ball moving that he finally picked his ball up and took an X on th [..]
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No glossary terms are available at this time.
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a score that cannot be determined, as play on a hole was not completed
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Xericscaping:
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If a player fails to complete a hole, a X ist written on the scorecard, instead of a number.
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ten: being one more than nine ten: the cardinal number that is the sum of nine and one; the base of the decimal system the 24th letter of the Roman alphabet Adam: street names for methylenedioxymetham [..]
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This is a substance that is present in blood which is essential for the process of normal clotting. It is produced in the liver, and it requires vitamin K.
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When a score cannot be determined, because a play on the hole was not finished, it is called X.
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X" is the symbol written on a scorecard when a player fails to complete a hole or is otherwise unable (or unwilling, as the case may be) to write down a stroke score. X-OUT
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For whatever reason when a score on a particular hole cannot be accurately determined an X is recorded on the scorecard. Example: "After ending up in the gully of fescue George took so many s [..]
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What you put on your scorecard when you do not finish a hole. A common optical illusion makes it look like a four or a five.
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GOLF TERMS LETTER X
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/X/ n. 1. Used in various speech and writing contexts (also in lowercase) in roughly its algebraic sense of `unknown within a set defined by context' (compare N). Thus, the abbreviation 680x0 sta [..]
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TOP OF PAGE
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a type of ambush set up, shaped like the letter
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Back to Top Yousef. Ramzi Yousef, Pakistani who planned the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. Also involved in failed plots to assassinate Pope John Paul II and President Bill Clinton and to bomb 11 U. [..]
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A fifth character appearing at the end of a security's ticker symbol that identifies the security as a mutual fund. For example, the symbol for the PRIMECAP Odyssey Stock Fund (POSKX) ends in [..]
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Y Z
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and then quit. It can be computed by determining the probability of paying cost x (Q(x)) and cost x - dx (where dx is some small increment of x) using the cumulative probability function
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can have any value but when contests are written as fix(x)
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(cost): any display cost in some sort of units that can be converted to fitness. Normally used interchangeably with time of display (t
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SOE German & Austrian Section (also refers to the head of the Section) (WWII)
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Election season, management style, and the metal fabricator
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Jensens Internet Dictionary A communication protocol used on public data networks.
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TOP
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RAY - The ionizing electromagnetic radiation emitted from a highly evacuated tube, resulting from the excitation of the inner orbital electrons by the bombardment of the target anode with a stream of [..]
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Roman numeral for "ten."
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Afrikaans word for "October."
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Campus code for offcampus students
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Obsolete - not used (older records may contain data elements no longer used)
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1. In telephony insiders jargon, an abbreviation for carrier. 2. The most commonly used programming variable, usually used on loop routines. 3. A programmer's previous position, as opposed to a p [..]
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Kiss kiss
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Regulation X a rule set by the Federal Reserve Board that puts a limit on the amount of credit that is allowed of financial institutions.
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height - the height of a letter excluding the ascenders and descenders; eg 'x', which is also height of the main body.
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yellow journalism: An old-fashioned US term for sensational journalism.
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XLR
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GO TO TOP |
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Times as in 200X or two hundred times magnification.  The magnification of a microscope is determined by multiplying the power of the eyepiece lens by the power of the corresponding objective lens.
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No Entries
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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
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X-RAY
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X chromosome
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The X Window system, invented by Bob Scheifler; a standard interface between a program and a screen that was ubiquitous on Unix systems. Unlike Microsoft's Windows, from the beginning X allowed p [..]
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YouTube: owned by Google, this video-sharing platform allows users to upload and watch videos on an almost endless range of topics, and can be a powerful tool for bloggers to share tutorials and other [..]
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TOP
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X is a mark that usually serves as the signature of a person who is physically handicapped or illiterate. The signer’s name appears near the mark. If the mark is to be notarized as a signature, in a [..]
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Y
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XML - (eXtensible Markup Language) A widely used system for defining data formats, XML provides a very rich system to define complex documents and data structures such as invoices, molucular data, new [..]
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" terms at this time.
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Back to Top
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(n) the cardinal number that is the sum of nine and one; the base of the decimal system(n) the 24th letter of the Roman alphabet(n) street names for methylenedioxymethamphetamine(adj) being one mo [..]
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X.25   X-band   XviD  
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Y YAG Laser YAG is an abbreviation for neodymium yttrium-aluminum-garnet, the material used generate a short pulsed, high-energy light beam in the infra red wavelength of 1064 nm. The YAG la [..]
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Y Z zooplanktonanimal plankton, such as copepods and jellyfish. See phytoplankton.
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Y Z zooplankton animal plankton, such as copepods and jellyfish. See phytoplankton.
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is ususally used to represent longitude or position in the west to east direction.
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   [ Back To Top ] Y   [ Back To Top ] Z   [ Back To Top ] Zero Signal Reference A connection point, bus, or conductor used as one side of a signal circuit. It may or may not be designated as [..]
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Back to Top --
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commonly represents magnesium (Mg+2), iron (Fe+2), manganese (Mn+2), calcium (Ca+2) or sodium (Na+), and
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ray - an electromagnetic ray that passes through the body to produce pictures of the inside of the body on photographic film. Bones, muscles and organs absorb different amounts of radiation, so the pi [..]
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Men Cartoon Maker - The X-Men Cartoon Maker was a recreational software package that allows the user to create animations with a minimal level of sophistication by utilising a library of backdrops, an [..]
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1. Formally, the X Window System; also nicknamed X Windows. A popular window system developed at MIT and used on some workstations. It is often used on UNIX systems and can be run with other major ope [..]
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XBRL
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Y.
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top
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Shows item needs replacing on car map
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Y Yerkes-Dodson Law For any given task, there exists a rough optimum arousal level. If the tonic arousal is too low or too high, then performance of the task tends to become less efficient. Yerkes and [..]
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x-hat - A set of hi hats positioned in a remote place on the drumset. xylophone - or bells. A musical instrument consisting of metal or wooden bars that are tuned and played with mallets. Common in mu [..]
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This page provides an alphabetical listing of some of the basic hiking, backpacking, mountaineering, camping, and archaeological terms that one might encounter while preparing for an adventure in cany [..]
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Xanthan Gum: Food thickener which helps prevent oil separation, creates the pleasant texture in ice cream, and thickens liquids. Produced by fermentation of various carbohydrates including those found [..]
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Taken to mean 'a draw' on a soccer betting coupon.
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Stop carrying out your intentions and watch for my signals. See also: Signals. Search for Flag books on Amazon.co.uk
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No terms found that start with the letter 'X'...
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Ray - The phonetic term used on radio transmissions to represent the letter X.
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Explosion (“X”) Hazard includes property damage rising out of blasting or explosion.
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Eggs (ex). Aw knaa, mebbes not but it seems a shame to leave the X oot. Probably shouldn't include this - unless laid be a clutch of straa hens. Hoo aboot ex for axe as in 'ask' in A [..]
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Exclusions to Property Liability forms aimed principally at contractors and excavators. The exclusions deny payment for loss due to Explosion (X), Collapse (C) or Underground Damage (U). Explosion inc [..]
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An empty car.
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X-ray
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Back to the Top
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In windows, refers to an inoperable or fixed window. Or, "by", as 4x4 = (4 "by" 4).
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Y Z Zeta Potential The charge or potential existing at the surface of a particle. It is the positive charge measured at the surface of the membrane across the pH range. [4]
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X
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Xerophilic OrganismsOrganisms capable of growth under dry conditions at lower levels of air
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Y
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Y
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XHTML Block
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Abbreviation used in short hand note of an advocate conducting examination in chief.
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Return to Top
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Y Yahweh
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and the value is 5
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is not less than y
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contains the address of the first byte of the C string". Technically, a pointer does have some properties that differ from those of a memory address. However, in our use of pointers, the differen [..]
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is less than y
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[Top]
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(empty)  
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X-C
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    X n. "the letter x," s.v. x OED. KEY: x@n
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Roman numeral 10." 2
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num_rom 2 x 2
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US designation prefix for experimental aircraft.
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(1) A symbol used in lower case in bridge literature to signify an insignificant low card in any suit, a card lower than a 10. Thus, K-x-x means the king and two low cards in that suit. (2) A capital [..]
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X-Box A console created by Microsoft.
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A double-1 out.
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Symbol used in the standings to indicate a team that has clinched the division title.   Also used by a scorer to indicate something extraordinary.
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X-BandA frequency band of microwave radiation in which radars operate.
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A Nasdaq stock symbol specifying that it is a mutual fund. A symbol used in stock transaction tables to indicate that a stock is trading ex-dividends or ex-rights.  
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X-rays – Type of electromagnetic radiation that is like light but has a shorter wavelength capable of penetrating solid objects and ionizing gases.
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Well, I’m sorry. I just couldn’t think of a children’s book term that starts with x. Instead, I offer you this: xanthippe, which means an ill-tempered woman. As in, “I become a xanthippe, when [..]
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Unready.
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Complimentary Medallion Upgrade (Business Class)
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First Class UPGRADE AWARD from paid Business* (Better known as 'NF')
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None (extirpated or possibly extirpated element occurrences)
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xylem a complex tissue in the vascular system of plants that consists of vessels and wood fibers, conducting water and dissolved minerals, and aiding in support and food storage. See also phloem
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Y
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Y
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Zone
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The standard abbreviation for exports produced by the foreign sector and purchased by the domestic economy, especially when used in the study of macroeconomics. This abbreviation is most often seen in [..]
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X12
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Municipal Mill Rate  X
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Municipal Mill Rate X
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[Back to Top]
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Symbol for Reactance.
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Irrelevant / Don't care. Used in logic True Tables and timing diagrams to indicate that the input has no effect on the output.
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Series. Sets of data telecommunications protocols and interfaces defined by CCITT Recommendations.
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Any mark that looks like that letter, such as such a mark made by a person who cannot read or write, in lieu of a signature. (lacrosse) The spot behind the goal.
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(texting)? ''Xamik'' [eo|-o often dropped as well]
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Y:
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X-ray A type of electromagnetic radiation used to make images. The image is recorded on a film, called a radiograph. The parts of your body appear light or dark due to the different rates that your ti [..]
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or sometimes also 0, a draw between two teams by 3 way bets.
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yank, yank the doodle/crank/plank/yam,
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  Back to the top Y
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Back to the top Y
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X-ray
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X (named ex , plural exes) is the 24th and antepenultimate letter in the modern English alphabet and the ISO basic Latin alphabet.
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X is an American punk rock band, formed in Los Angeles in 1977, among the first wave of American punk. The original members are vocalist Exene Cervenka, vocalist/bassist John Doe, guitarist Billy Zoom [..]
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X (Japanese: エックス, Hepburn: Ekkusu), also known as X/1999, is a Japanese shōjo manga series created by Clamp, a creative team made up by Satsuki Igarashi, Nanase Ohkawa, Tsubaki Nekoi, and Mo [..]
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X (Japanese: エックス, Hepburn: Ekkusu), also known as X/1999, is a Japanese shōjo manga series created by Clamp, a creative team made up by Satsuki Igarashi, Nanase Ohkawa, Tsubaki Nekoi, and Mo [..]
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X is an Australian punk rock band, formed in Sydney in 1977 founded by the late Ian Rilen, Steve Lucas, Ian Krahe and Steve Cafiero.
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X (pronounced ten) is the eighth studio album by English rock band Def Leppard, released on 30 July 2002 by Island Records in the US and sister label Mercury worldwide. Much like 1996's Slang, it feat [..]
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X is Australian rock band INXS's seventh studio album, released in 1990. The follow-up to the massive seller Kick, X scored hits with "Suicide Blonde" and "Disappear" (both Top 10 [..]
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X is the 24th letter of the Latin alphabet. X may also refer to:
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X is the tenth album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1978, and in 2005 was the fifth Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. On X Schulze attempted to execute a concept album of s [..]
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X is the third and final studio album to be released by British pop group Liberty X, released on 10 October 2005. The album was the band's first release on the Virgin Records label, after being droppe [..]
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X, sometimes referred to as Mr. X, is a fictional character on the American science fiction television series The X-Files. He serves as an informant, leaking information to FBI Special Agents Fox Muld [..]
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See X2 (roller coaster) for the steel roller coaster formerly known as X operating at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, California, USA. The Walking Dead: The Ride (formerly known as X:\ No Way Ou [..]
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X (エックス, Ekkusu) is a three-dimensional first-person shooter video game released for the Game Boy in Japan on May 29, 1992. The game was developed and published by Nintendo, with assistance fr [..]
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The X was a French automobile produced between 1908 and 1909. Little is known about the marque, other than the fact that "an unknown quantity" was manufactured at Kremlin-Bicêtre, and that [..]
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"X" is a single by English-Irish pop group Liberty X. It was released on 19 June 2006 as the third and final single from their third studio album X (2005). It was the written by band members [..]
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X (sometimes called the "X0 events") is an annually held trade show hosted by Microsoft, showcasing its Xbox - and more recently, Games for Windows - portfolio of hardware, software, and ser [..]
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The X(3872) is an exotic meson candidate with a mass of 3871.68 MeV/c2 which does not fit into the quark model because of its quantum numbers. It was first discovered in 2003 by the Belle experiment [..]
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X is a comic book character who starred in his own self-titled series published by Dark Horse Comics for their Comics Greatest World imprint. He is a dark anti-hero vigilante with little true feeling [..]
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X is a comic book character who starred in his own self-titled series published by Dark Horse Comics for their Comics Greatest World imprint. He is a dark anti-hero vigilante with little true feeling [..]
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X, in comics, may refer to: X (Dark Horse Comics), a character and series by Dark Horse Comics X (manga), a Japanese manga, also known as X/1999 X (Marvel Comics), a mutant character owned by Marvel C [..]
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X is a science fiction space trading and combat simulator series created by German developer Egosoft. The series is set in the X-Universe where several races populate a number of worlds connected by j [..]
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X, a reference to the letter Chi in the Greek alphabet, is the name of a Greek album by singer Anna Vissi released 2002 in Greece and Cyprus by Sony Music Greece. The album reached 3x platinum in Gree [..]
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"X" is the first single from Xzibit's third studio album, Restless. Fellow West Coast rapper Snoop Dogg can be heard talking in the outro. It was produced by Dr. Dre with co-production from [..]
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X is the fourth studio album by Kristeen Young. It is themed around various reversals of, and thoughts on, the Ten Commandments. The album was produced by Tony Visconti and engineered by Mario J. McNu [..]
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X is the tenth studio album by Australian singer Kylie Minogue. It was released on 21 November 2007 by Parlophone. It is her first release since the greatest hits compilation Ultimate Kylie (2004), an [..]
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X: Writings ’79–’82 is a book by American avant-garde composer John Cage (1912–1992), first published in 1983. The book includes mesostics on the names of various people. In the forward to X, [..]
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X: Writings ’79–’82 is a book by American avant-garde composer John Cage (1912–1992), first published in 1983. The book includes mesostics on the names of various people. In the forward to X, [..]
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X is an American punk rock band, formed in Los Angeles in 1977, among the first wave of American punk. The original members are vocalist Exene Cervenka, vocalist/bassist John Doe, guitarist Billy Zoom [..]
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X is a Dutch demoscene party which started in 1995 in Utrecht, The Netherlands organized by Success & The Ruling Company, Xenon and Silicon Ltd. X is the successor of the Silicon Ltd. Winter and S [..]
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X is the tenth studio album by American country music artist Trace Adkins. The album's name is the Roman numeral for ten, as counting his two Greatest Hits packages it is his tenth album overall. X wa [..]
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X is the tenth LP album released 1983 by the Danish rock band Gnags. The album was released digitally remastered in 1995 on CD.
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In particle physics, the X-charge (or simply X) is a conserved quantum number associated with the SO(10) grand unification theory. It is thought to be conserved in strong, weak, electromagnetic and gr [..]
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X, A Quarterly Review, often referred to as X magazine, was a British review of literature and the arts published in London which ran for seven issues between 1959 and 1962. It was co-founded and co-e [..]
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X is the tenth studio album released by the band Royal Hunt on 20 January 2010, on Scarlet Records in Europe and on Marquee/Avalon Records in Japan.
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X is the tenth studio album by American progressive rock band Spock's Beard. Similar to what Marillion did for Anoraknophobia, the album was funded by pre-orders of a limited edition of the album befo [..]
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X is an Australian punk rock band, formed in Sydney in 1977 founded by the late Ian Rilen, Steve Lucas, Ian Krahe and Steve Cafiero.
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X, an American semi-secret research-and-development facility founded by Google in January 2010 as Google X, operates as a subsidiary of Alphabet Inc. X has its headquarters about a mile and a half fro [..]
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X is a science fiction space trading and combat simulator series created by German developer Egosoft. The series is set in the X-Universe where several races populate a number of worlds connected by j [..]
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X is the ninth studio album by Fourplay, released in 2006.
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X (as in the Roman numeral for 10) is the name of the tenth studio album by gothic rock band The 69 Eyes. The band chose "Red" as their first single. Days before the release of X, they relea [..]
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X is the fifth studio album by London-based grime music collective Roll Deep, it was released on 30 September 2012. The album was named X to represent the group's ten years within the music industry. [..]
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X is the sixth studio album by American singer Chris Brown. It was released on September 12, 2014, by RCA Records. The album serves as the follow-up to his fifth album Fortune (2012). The album was pr [..]
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X is the sixth studio album by American singer Chris Brown. It was released on September 12, 2014, by RCA Records. The album serves as the follow-up to his fifth album Fortune (2012). The album was pr [..]
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X is a Norwegian film from 1986. The play was directed by Oddvar Einarson, and starred Bettina Banoun and Jørn Christensen. The film started through the collective Film Group 84, and was completed by [..]
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x (pronounced "multiply") is the second studio album by English singer-songwriter, Ed Sheeran. It was released on 20 June 2014 in Australia and New Zealand, and worldwide on 23 June through [..]
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X is an album by the fusion jazz band Tribal Tech released 26 March 2012.
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"X" is a song by American recording artist Chris Brown, taken from his sixth homonym studio album X (2014), and was released as an instant-gratification track alongside the album pre-order o [..]
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"X" is the twenty-fourth novel in the "Alphabet" series of mystery novels by Sue Grafton. It features Kinsey Millhone, a private detective based in Santa Teresa, California, a fict [..]
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X (named ex , plural exes) is the 24th and antepenultimate letter in the modern English alphabet and the ISO basic Latin alphabet.
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X is the third mixtape by American hip hop recording artist Lucki, released on May 30, 2015 on his 19th birthday.
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"X" (originally titled "X Bitch") is a song by American rapper 21 Savage and American record producer Metro Boomin. It was released on July 14, 2016, as the lead single from their [..]
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X" is the symbol written on a scorecard when a player fails to complete a hole or is otherwise unable (or unwilling, as the case may be) to write down a stroke score.
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