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Dorsal consonant Dorsal consonants are articulated with the mid body of the tongue (the dorsum). They contrast with coronal consonants articulated with the flexible front of the tongue, and radical consonants articulated with the root of the tongue.
Dorsal longitudinal fasciculus The dorsal longitudinal fasciculus (DLF) (not to be confused with the medial longitudinal fasciculus) is a white matter fiber tract located within the brain stem, specifically in the mesencephalon. The DLF travels through the periaqueductal gray matter.
Dorsal radiocarpal ligament The dorsal radiocarpal ligament (posterior ligament) less thick and strong than the volar, is attached, above, to the posterior border of the lower end of the radius; its fibers are directed obliquely downward and medialward, and are fixed, below, to the dorsal surfaces of the navicular, lunate, and triangular, being continuous with those of the dorsal intercarpal ligaments.
Dorsal stream The dorsal stream is a pathway for visual information which flows through the visual cortex, the part of the brain which provides visual processing. It is involved in spatial awareness: recognizing where objects are in space.
Dorsami Naidu Dorsami Naidu is a Fijian lawyer and politician. On 29 July 2005, he announced his intention to resign as President of the National Federation Party (NFP) at the party conference on the 31st, following his arrest on assault and indecent assault charges, of which he has since been acquitted.
Dorset (sheep) The Dorset, or Somerset or Dorset Horned breed of sheep is known mostly for its prolific lambing. It has been known to produce two lambing seasons per year: bred in May for lambs finished by the holidays, and bred again immediately after the first lambing to produce again in March or April.
Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance The Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance is a dedicated helicopter emergency medical service for Dorset and Somerset. The air ambulance came into service in March 2000 following the creation of the Cornwall Air Ambulance in 1987.
Dorset and Somerset Canal The Dorset and Somerset Canal was a proposed canal in the south west of England, linking Poole, in Dorset with the Kennet and Avon Canal near Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, which would then connect to Bath, Somerset.
Dorset Conservative Future Dorset Conservative Future (Dorset CF) is the Dorset-based division of the Conservative Party's youth organisation Conservative Future. It has links in Bournemouth University through the Bournemouth University Conservative Society (ConSoc).
Dorset County Cricket Club Dorset County Cricket Club is one of the county clubs which make up the Minor Counties in the English domestic cricket structure, representing the historic county of Dorset and playing in the Minor Counties Championship and the MCCA Knockout Trophy.
Dorset County Division The Dorset County Division was formed on February 24 1941. However it did not take over operational commitments from Southern Area until March 10 and it did not finally assume command of its allocated infantry brigades until April 24.
Dorset Cursus The Dorset Cursus is a Neolithic cursus monument that spans across 10 km (6ÂĽ miles) of the chalk downland of Cranborne Chase in east Dorset, United Kingdom. Its extreme length makes it a notable example of this class of linear earthwork; it is better interpreted as a pair of same-length cursus constructed end to end, with the more southerly cursus (the Gussage Cursus) pre-dating the northerly one (the Pentridge Cursus).
Dorset Downs The Dorset Downs are an area of Chalk downland in the centre of the county Dorset in south west England. The downs are the most western part of a larger Chalk Formation which includes (from West to East) Cranborne Chase, Salisbury Plain, Hampshire Downs, Chiltern Hills, North Downs and South Downs.
Dorset Garden Theatre The Dorset Garden Theatre (also known as the Duke of York's Theatre, the Duke's Theatre and Dorset Gardens) was a theatre in Restoration London. It was the fourth home of the Duke's Company, one of the two patent theatre companies, from 1671 to 1682, and continued to be used by the United Company until 1695.
Dorset Street, London Dorset Street was a one-block street in Whitechapel, London, proceeding east from Christ Church, Spitalfields. On 8 November 1888, in Miller's Court on the north side of Dorset Street, Mary Jane Kelly was murdered and horribly mutilated by Jack the Ripper.
Dorsey & Whitney Dorsey & Whitney LLP (or "Dorsey") is a large law firm, with approximately 650 lawyers and 850 staff located in 19 offices in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia. Its headquarters is in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and has been since its inception.
Dorsey and Whitney Professor of Law The Dorsey & Whitney Professorship at the University of Minnesota was established in 1986 by the law firm of Dorsey & Whitney to support a scholar of international renown at the Law School. Dorsey & Whitney's roots in the Twin Cities date to 1912; the firm is currently among the nation's 35 largest law firms, with offices around the world.
Dorsey Burnette Dorsey Burnette (December 28, 1932 - August 19, 1979) was an early Rockabilly singer from Memphis, Tennessee and with his younger brother Johnny Burnette and a friend named Paul Burlison was one of the founder members of The Rock and Roll Trio.
Dorsey Schroeder Dorsey Schroeder is a race car driver born February 5, 1953 in Kirkwood, Missouri. Dorsey, aka, "skeeter" now lives in Florida with his wife Kim and daughter Carissa Schroeder from his second marriage.
Dorsey, Maryland Dorsey, Maryland, is a locality in eastern Howard County, Maryland, south of Elkridge, north of Savage, and close to the Anne Arundel County border and Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI). It is in the southern part of the Baltimore metropolitan area.
Dorsiventral Dorsiventral (Lat. dorsum, "the back", venter, "the belly") is a term used to describe an organ which has two surfaces differing from each other in appearance and structure, as an ordinary leaf.
Dorsomedial area The dorsomedial area, also known as DM, is a subdivision of the visual cortex of primates initially described by John Allman and Jon Kaas in 1975. DM is located in the dorsal part of the extrastriate cortex, near the interhemispheric fissure, and typically also includes portions of the medial cortex, such as the parietooccipital sulcus.
Dorsum (biology) In anatomy, the dorsum is the upper side of animals that typically run, fly or swim in a horizontal position, and the back side of animals (like humans) that walk upright. In vertebrates the dorsum contains the backbone.
Dorsum sellae In the sphenoid bone, the anterior boundary of the sella turcica is completed by two small eminences, one on either side, called the middle clinoid processes, while the posterior boundary is formed by a square-shaped plate of bone, the dorsum sellĂ¦, ending at its superior angles in two tubercles, the posterior clinoid processes, the size and form of which vary considerably in different individuals.
Dorte Juul Jensen Dorte Juul Jensen is a senior scientist and head of the Center for Fundamental Research: Metal Structures in Four Dimensions, RisĂ¸ National Laboratory, Roskilde, Denmark. RisĂ¸ operates under the auspices of the Danish Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, researching a wide range of technologies and training Ph.
Dorthea Hassager Dorthea Hansine Hassager (by some sources wrongly referred to as Dorothea Hansine Hassager) (25 September 1814 â€“ 17 October 1897) was a Danish philanthropist and founder of Hassagers Collegium (Hassager's Dormitory) the youngest of the "old dormitories" of the University of Copenhagen.
Dortmund Dortmund is a city in Germany, located in the Bundesland of North Rhine-Westphalia, in the Ruhr area. Its population of 587,830 (20 June 2005) makes it the largest city in the region, 7th-largest in Germany, and 34th-largest in the European Union.
Dortmund-Ems Canal The Dortmund-Ems Canal is a 269 km long canal in Germany between the river port of the city of Dortmund and Emden. The artificial southern part of the canal ends after 215 km at the lock of Herbrum near Meppen.
Dortmunder Actien Brauerei Dortmunder Actien Brauerei is a German brewery in the city of Dortmund, founded in 1868 by the businessmen Laurenz Fischer and Heinrich and Friedrich Mauritz together with master brewer Heinrich Herberz as "beer brewery Herberz & Co". Due to business steadily improving, the company was expanded and went public already in 1872, changing its name to "Dortmunder Actien Brauerei, vormals Herberz & Co" ("vormals"=formerly).
Dortmunder Export Dortmunder Export or Dortmunder is a pale lager from the city of Dortmund in Germany. Originally brewed by Dortmunder Union in 1873, this soft pilsner style beer became very popular with industrial workers, and was responsible for Dortmunder Union becoming Germany's largest brewery and Dortmund having the highest concentration of breweries in Germany.
Dorton Spa Dorton Spa is a Chalybeate spring located between Dorton and Brill in a wood called Spa Wood. Chalybeate is defined as "a water or other liquor containing iron", the word's origin is Greek chalyps; chalybos, meaning steel; Chalyps being an ancient nation in Pontus famous for its steel.
Dorudon Dorudon was a genus of ancient cetacean that lived alongside Basilosaurus 40 to 36 million years ago, in the Eocene. They were about 5 metres long and were most likely carnivorous, feeding on small fish and mollusks.
DoruGreymon DoruGreymon (DORUgremon in Japan) is a fictional character from the Digimon franchise, Dorumon's Ultimate form. It looks like a red dragon, with fur, a nose horn, 4 black wings with yellow spikes and white mane, paws and belly.
Dory (fish) The common name dory (from the Middle English dorre, from the Middle French doree, lit. "gilded one") is shared (officially and colloquially) by members of several different families of large-eyed, silvery, deep-bodied, laterally compressed, and roughly discoid marine fish.
Dory Chamoun Dory Chamoun (Arabic: ŘŻŮŘ±ŮŠ Ř´Ů…ŘąŮŮ†) (b. 1931) is a Lebanese politician who leads the National Liberal Party, and is also a prominent member of the Qornet Shehwan Gathering, a coalition of politicians, academics, and businessmen who oppose the pro-Syrian government of President Ă‰mile Lahoud.
Dory Previn Dory Previn nĂ©e Langdon (born 22 October 1925) is an American singer-songwriter and poet, and was a lyricist for motion picture theme songs during the 1960s and early 1970s, including the soundtrack to the Valley of the Dolls. She and her first husband, AndrĂ© Previn, received several Academy Award nominations for their joint efforts in motion picture songwriting.
Dorygnathus Dorygnathus was a pterosaur that lived in Europe during the Early Jurassic period, 190 million years ago. It had a three-foot (1 meter) wingspan, and was related to the Late Jurassic pterosaur, Rhamphorhynchus.
Dorylinae The Dorylinae is an Old World subfamily of the Formicidae commonly referred to as Driver ants or siafu. The Dorylinae are also considered to be Old World army ants, although this term usually encompasses the family Aenictinae as well.
Doryphoros The Doryphoros (Greek Î´ÎżĎĎ…Ď†ĎŚĎÎżĎ‚, lit. "Spear-Bearer"; Latinized as Doryphorus) is one of the best known sculptures of the ancient classical era in Western Art and an early example of Greek classical contrapposto.
Doryu Doryu a character featured within the Japanese manga/anime series Rave Master which is popular around a moderate extent. Doryu is seen as a major enemy within Rave, partly due to his possession of the Crescent Moon sinclaire.
Dorze The Dorze are a small ethnic group in Ethiopia who speak a language in the Omotic family. Numbering approximately 28,000, they live primarily in the southern region of the country, though some have migrated to Addis Ababa and other regions.
Dorzhsuren Munkhbayar Dorzhsuren Munkhbayar (born July 29, 1969 in Ulanbataar) is a sport shooter, originally from Mongolia but now a German citizen, using the German spelling Munkhbayar Dorjsuren. At the 1992 Summer Olympics she won the bronze medal in the women's 25 m Pistol category.
Dos (band) Dos is a two-bass indie/punk band featuring the former husband-and-wife team of Mike Watt (The Reactionaries, Minutemen, fIREHOSE, The Stooges, Banyan) and Kira Roessler (Black Flag). Watt and Roessler (who does not use her surname professionally) met not long after Roessler replaced Chuck Dukowski as the bassist of Black Flag in 1983.
Dos Caras Jose Luis Rodriguez is a Mexican professional wrestler who wrestles under the name Dos Caras (Spanish for Two faces). Dos Caras was active mostly in the 1970s and 80s, and achieved his greatest success in Mexico's Universal Wrestling Alliance (UWA), where he carried the heavyweight title three times.
Dos Dedos Mis Amigos Dos Dedos Mis Amigos is the last album from UK alternative band Pop Will Eat Itself]. The album was somewhat different from PWEI's other albums, as it had more of an [[Industrial music|industrial influence and fewer samples were used.
Dos Erres Dos Erres (the name literally means "2R's", originating from two brothers called Ruano who received the original land grant) is a village in the PetĂ©n department of Guatemala. The name is occasionally given as Las Dos Erres.
Dos Gringos Dos Gringos is a band started by Chris "Snooze" Kurek and Rob "Trip" Raymond, two F-16 Falcon pilots. They released their first album, Live at the Sand Trap, upon their return from Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003.
Dos mas Dos Dos mas Dos (literary: "two plus two") is the informal term applied to a demagogic formula, fashioned by the Dominican PRD political party for its own personal convenience. It is credited to the late party leader JosĂ© Francisco PeĂ±a GĂłmez.
Dos mujeres, un camino Dos mujeres, un camino ("Two Women, One Road") is a 1994 Mexican telenovela produced by Televisa. It is one of that network's most popular serials ever, telling the story of Johnny, a Mexican truck driver and family man who falls in love with a woman he meets in his travels, and of the complications as a consequence of his new love.
Dos Reales Dos Reales is a Mexican restaurant found in the Midwest and Great Plains. Highly rated by most of the local reviews where the franchise is found, and often considered incorrectly by locals to be a home-town restaurant, Dos Reales is in actuality a small franchise which operates in the states of Kansas and Illinois.
Dos-Ă -dos binding Dos-Ă -dos binding is a form of book-binding in which two separate works are bound together back to back, with each upside down relative to the other. Books bound in this way thus have no back cover, but have two front covers.
Dosado Dosado (also written do-sa-do) or Dos-a-dos (also written dos a dos) or do-si-do (also written do si do) is a basic dance step in such dances as square dance, contra dance, polka, various historical dances, and some reels.
Dosage compensation Dosage compensation is a genetic regulatory mechanism which operates to equalize the phenotypic expression of characteristics determined by genes on the X chromosome so that they are equally expressed in the human XY male and the XX female. Dosage compensation also occurs in other organisms like the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster and the round worm Caenorhabditis elegans.
Dosage Index The Dosage Index is a mathematical figure used by breeders of thoroughbred race horses, and sometimes by bettors handicapping horse races, to quantify a horse's ability, or inability, to negotiate the various distances at which horse races are run. It is calculated based on an analysis of the horse's pedigree.
Dosan Ahn Chang-ho An Chang-ho, or Ahn Chang-ho, pen name Dosan, (November 9,1878 - March 10,1938) was a Korean independence activist and one of the early leaders of the Korean immigrant community in the United States. He established the Young Korean Association (íťĄě‚¬ë‹¨; čĺŁ«ĺś) and was a key member in the founding of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea in Shanghai.
Dosan Seowon Dosan Seowon (alternatively, Tosansowon) was established in 1574 in what is present day Andong, South Korea, in memory of and four years after the death of Confucian scholar Yi Hwang by some of his disciples and other Confucian authorities. Yi Hwang had retired to the location in 1549 and begun construction on the facility, a private Confucian academy offering instruction in the classics and honouring the sages with regular memorial rites.
Dosatron Dosatron is a French company that, 30 years ago, invented a non-electric proportional dispenser, for the accurate dosing of water lines with any liquid chemical. This has many applications, which include, farming, irrigation, animal health, and water treatment.
Dosci The Dosci were an ancient people dwelling along the Palus Maeotis in antiquity. Strabo describes them as living among the Maeotae, Sindi, Dandarii, Toreatae, Agri, Arrechi, Tarpetes, Obidiaceni, Sittaceni, and Aspurgiani, among others.
Dosco diplomats The Doon School has produced several senior members of the diplomatic corps of India and Pakistan. In India, seven Doscos have served the Secretary for External Affairs, effectively the top diplomat for the country.
Dosco politicians The Doon School has produced a number of politicians, principally in India but also a few in Pakistan. At least two have achieved more notoriety than fame: Sanjay Gandhi was widely reviled for his actions during India's Emergency in 1975, and Jagat Singh may be implicated in the Oil for Food scandal.
Dosco politics & government The Doon School has produced a number of politicians and senior government officials, principally in India but also a few in Pakistan. All politicians attract a certain amount of controversy, and Sanjay Gandhi, for one, was widely reviled for his actions during India's Emergency in 1975.
Dosco writers A number of Doscos have become novelists, poets, historians, essayists and journalists (both print and television). In many cases, writing has been a pleasurable, sometimes lucrative, sideline while a Dosco made his principal career in another line of work: for example, Mani Shankar Aiyar and Naveen Patnaik are principally politicians.
Dose calibrator A dose calibrator (radioisotope calibrator) is a device used in radiological research that measures the total energy of a radionuclide in units of curies (Ci) or millicuries (mCi), or in the SI units becquerels (Bq) with an appropriate prefix. It consists of a hollow, lead shielded cylinder, in which samples of radionuclides are lowered for measurement.
Dose fractionation Experiments in radiation biology have found that as the absorbed dose of radiation increases, the number of cells which survive decreases. They have also found that if the radiation is fractionated into smaller doses, with one or more rest periods in between, fewer cells die.
Dose-response relationship The Dose-response relationship describes the change in effect on an organism caused by differing levels of exposure (or doses) to a substance. This may apply to individuals (eg: a small amount has no observable effect, a large amount is fatal), or to populations (eg: how many people are affected at different levels of exposure).
Dosetai Dosetai is a Greek given name meaning "gift of God". It was extremely popular in late classical Judea and among Jewish communities in Egypt, and corresponds to the Hebrew "Mattaniah" or "Nethaneel," which seems to have been a favorite one both in Palestine and in Alexandria (Josephus, "Ant.
Dosewallips River The Dosewallips River is a river situated on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington. It rises near Mount Anderson in the Olympic Mountains within the Olympic National Park and drains to Hood Canal and thence to the Pacific Ocean.
Dosh Martin Luther King Chavez Dosh (born September 6, 1972), known in music as Dosh, is a musician and multi-instrumentalist based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. As an artist, Dosh is a percussionist who uses various electronics, often with a Fender Rhodes.
Doshin the Giant Doshin the Giant (ĺ·¨äşşă®ă‰ă‚·ăł in Japanese) is a Nintendo god simulation game for the Nintendo 64DD released in Japan on December 1, 1999. The original game is probably the most successful game made for the 64DD, and was bundled with the console.
Dosi Giovanni Dosi is Professor of Economics at the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna in Pisa, where he also coordinates the Doctoral Program in Economics and Management and leads the Laboratory of Economics and Management (LEM)[http://www.lem.
Dosimeter A dosimeter is any device used to measure an individual's exposure to a hazardous environment, particularly when the hazard is cumulative over long intervals of time, or one's lifetime. This article pertains to a radiation dosimeter and the science of dosimetry, but other dosimeters also exist, such as sound dosimeters.
Dosing Dosing generally applies to feeding chemicals or medicines in small quantities into a process fluid or to a living being at intervals or to atmosphere at intervals to give sufficient time for the chemical or medicine to react or show the results. This word dosing as per the dictionary is the verb format for the word dose which is a noun.
Dositheus Magister Dositheus Magister was a Greek grammarian who flourished at Rome in the 4th century CE. He was the author of a Greek translation of a Latin grammar, intended to assist the Greek-speaking inhabitants of the empire in learning Latin.
Dosnet Dosnet (Denial of Service Network) is a type of botnet/malware and mostly used as a term for malicious botnets while benevolent botnets often simply are referred to as botnets. Dosnets are used for Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks which can be very devastating.
Dospat Dam Dospat Dam (ŃŹĐ·ĐľĐ˛Đ¸Ń€ Đ”ĐľŃĐżĐ°Ń‚) is a dam located in the western Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria. It is situated in the interior of the Rhodope Mountains, in immediate proximity of the town of the same name, at distance of 82 km west of Smolyan.
Dospat River The Dospat River (Bulgarian: Đ”ĐľŃĐżĐ°Ń‚ŃĐşĐ° Ń€ĐµĐşĐ°, Dospatska reka; Greek: Î”ÎµĎĎ€Î¬Ď„Î·Ď‚, Despatis) is a river in the Western Rhodope Mountains, the most important tributary of the Mesta. It takes its source from Bulgaria, from the 1643-metre-high Rozov vrah ("Pink Peak") and flows southeast until Dospat Dam, after which it makes a turn southwest to continue generally to the south and flow into the Mesta as a left tributary on Greek territory just south of the Greek-Bulgarian border.
Dossie Easton Dossie Easton is a San Francisco, California based family therapist. She is co-author with Catherine A Liszt of The Ethical Slut, a guide to infinite sexual possibilities, When Someone You Love is Kinky, The New Topping Book, and The New Bottoming Book with Janet W.
Dossiers Secrets The Dossiers Secrets d'Henri Lobineau ("Secret Files" in English) are a collection of documents planted in the BibliothĂ¨que Nationale in Paris in the 1960s. They were then "discovered" in 1975 by the man who had created them, Pierre Plantard, and a tip was given by one of Plantard's associates, author Gerard de Sede, about their existence to science-fiction scriptwriter Henry Lincoln.
Dost Ali Khan Ali Dost Khan, often referred to as Dost Ali Khan by most historians, was the son of Ghulam Ali Khan, brother of the Nawab Saadatullah Khan. He was adopted by Saadatullah Khan as his son, as the latter had no children.
Dosti: Friends Forever Dosti: Friends Forever (Hindi: ŕ¤¦ŕĄ‹ŕ¤¸ŕĄŤŕ¤¤ŕĄ€, Urdu: ŘŻŮŘłŘŞŰŚ, translation: friendship) is a 2005 Hindi-Urdu romance film directed by Suneel Darshan and starring Akshay Kumar, Bobby Deol, Lara Dutta and Kareena Kapoor.
Dostoevsky and Parricide Dostoevsky and Parricide is a 1928 article by Sigmund Freud that argues that the greatest works of world literature all concern parricide: Oedipus the King, Hamlet, and The Brothers Karamazov. Freud claims that Dostoevsky's epilepsy was a function of guilt he bore at having wished for the death of his tyrannical father who was purportedly murdered by his own serfs.
Dot (diacritic) When used as a diacritic mark, the term dot is usually reserved for the Interpunct (Â·), or to the glyphs 'combining dot above' ( ) and 'combining dot below' ( ) which may be combined with some letters of the extended Latin alphabets in use in Central European languages and Vietnamese.
Dot and the Kangaroo Dot and the Kangaroo, written in 1899, is a children's book by Ethel C. Pedley about a little girl named Dot who gets lost in the Australian outback and is eventually befriended by a kangaroo and several other marsupials.
Dot Allison Dot Allison (b. Dorothy Elliot Allison on 17 August 1969 in Edinburgh) is a Scottish singer and songwriter who has made significant inroads in electronic music circles, most notably as a result of her tenure fronting the band One Dove in the early 1990s.
Dot book A dot book (also dotbook or dot-book) is a small notebook utilized by marching bands (especially high school bands) in order to aid the learning of formations on a field. The name is derived from the use of dots on drill sheets which symbolize players on the field: a dot book focuses on the owner's particular dots and other marchers the player may have to guide (use to determine an adjusted location).
Dot Branning Dorothy "Dot" Branning (nĂ©e Colwell, previously Cotton) is a fictional character in the popular BBC soap opera EastEnders. She is played by June Brown, but was played by Tallula Pitt-Brown in flashbacks in a special episode entitled EastEnders: Dot's Story.
Dot crawl Dot crawl is the popular name for a visual defect of color analog video standards when signals are transmitted as composite video. It consists of animated checkerboard patterns which appear along vertical color transitions.
Dot Comedy Dot Comedy was a television series that attempted to use humor found on the internet to entertain a television audience. The show was hosted by the Sklar Brothers, who later found more success hosting Cheap Seats on ESPN Classic.
Dot gain Dot gain is a phenomenon in printing and graphic arts whereby printed dots are perceived and actually printed bigger than intended. This causes a darkening of the screened images or textures, especially in the mid tones and shadows.
Dot matrix display A dot matrix display is a display device used to display information on pinball machines and other devices requiring a simple display device of limited resolution. The display consists of a matrix of lights arranged in a rectangular configuration (other shapes are also possible, although not common) such that by switching on selected ones of the lights text or simple graphics can be displayed.
Dot matrix printer A dot matrix printer or impact matrix printer refers to a type of computer printer with a print head that runs back and forth on the page and prints by impact, striking an ink-soaked cloth ribbon against the paper, much like a typewriter. Unlike a typewriter or daisy wheel printer, letters are drawn out of a dot matrix, and thus, varied fonts and arbitrary graphics can be produced.
Dot Moore Dot Moore was a Mobile, Alabama TV personality and "ambassador" to the stars for 46 years, whose long broadcasting career spanned four talk show incarnations, numerous trips to the east and west coasts of the United States, and dozens of conversations with television and motion pictures' most renowned people.
Dot pitch Dot pitch (sometimes called line pitch or phosphor pitch) is a specification for a computer display that describes the distance between phosphor dots (sub-pixels) or LCD cells of the same color on the inside of a display screen. Thus, dot pitch is a measure of the size of a triad plus the distance between the triads.
Dot product In mathematics, the dot product, also known as the scalar product, is a binary operation which takes two vectors over the real numbers R and returns a real-valued scalar quantity. It is the standard inner product of the Euclidean space.
Dot Records Dot Records was an American record label which was active between 1950 and 1977. It was founded by Randy Wood who beforehand started a mail order record shop in Gallatin, Tennessee, known for its radio ads on WLAC in Nashville and its R&B (later black gospel) air personality Bill "Hoss" Allen.
Dot Richardson Dorothy Gay ("Dot") Richardson (born September 22, 1961 in Orlando, Florida),is a former international softball player. She was a key part of the United States national team that won the gold medal during the sport's Olympic debut in 1996.
Dot-com bubble The "dot-com bubble" also known as the dot-bomb-was a speculative bubble covering roughly 1995â€“2001 during which stock markets in Western nations saw their value increase rapidly from growth in the new Internet sector and related fields. The period was marked by the founding (and in many cases, spectacular failure) of a group of new Internet-based companies commonly referred to as dot-coms.
Dot-decimal notation In computer networking, dot-decimal notation (also known as dotted quad notation is a method of writing down octet] strings using [[base-10 (decimal) rather than hexadecimal numbers. Adding dots allows for easy separation of the individual octet values.
Dot-probe paradigm The dot-probe paradigm is test used by cognitive psychologists in order to assess selective attention. In many cases, the dot-probe paradigm is used to assess selective attention to threatening stimuli in individuals diagnosed with anxiety disorders.