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... for example Data dictionary, a set of metadata that contains definitions and representations of data elements (a read-only set of database tables and database views) Associative array, a specific type of ...
... The forensic evidence from the scene, a set of photographs taken by the Berlin police department, shows many small fires started by van der Lubbe after he ... All of the examples of fires he set, such as one near the window on the ground floor where it is alleged he entered, self-extinguished ... The main fire which was set in the debating chamber did succeed and destroyed the central parts of the building ...
... In axiomatic set theory and the branches of logic, mathematics, philosophy, and computer science that use it, the axiom of infinity is one of the axioms of Zermelo–Fraenkel ... It guarantees the existence of at least one infinite set, namely a set containing the natural numbers ...
... In 1988, Miles began another series, set in the theatrical world of Elizabethan London ... Marston's next series was set during the reign of William the Conqueror its two main characters, surveyors for Domesday Book, are Ralph Delchard, a ... three other series of historical mysteries under the Marston pseudonym one set in Restoration London another set in Victorian England during the 1850s against a background of the ...
... For example 0010 (decimal 2) can be considered a set of four flags, where the first, third, and fourth flags are clear (0) and the second flag is set (1) ... The fourth flag may be set by performing a bitwise OR between this value and a bit pattern containing 1 only in the fourth bit 0010 (decimal 2) OR 1000 (deci ...
Famous quotes related to set:
“And, in those offices, my doggerel
Was not set up in blunt ten-point, nor read
By a distinguished cousin of the mayor....”
—Philip Larkin (19221986)
“You do not become a dissident just because you decide one day to take up this most unusual career. You are thrown into it by your personal sense of responsibility, combined with a complex set of external circumstances. You are cast out of the existing structures and placed in a position of conflict with them. It begins as an attempt to do your work well, and ends with being branded an enemy of society.”
—Václav Havel (b. 1936)
“Through dinner she felt a gradual icy coldness stealing through her like novocaine. She had made up her mind. It seemed as if she had set the photograph of herself in her own place, forever frozen into a single gesture.”
—John Dos Passos (18961970)
“The political horizon looks dark and lowering; but the people, under Providence, will set all right.”
—Abraham Lincoln (18091865)
“The joy of life consists in the exercise of ones energies, continual growth, constant change, the enjoyment of every new experience. To stop means simply to die. The eternal mistake of mankind is to set up an attainable ideal.”
—Aleister Crowley (18751947)