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... The French Open main draw began play on Sunday rather than the traditional Monday start, making it a 15-day tournament ... Two new events were created the Bangalore Open in Bangalore, India, replacing the previous event held in Hyderabad and the Anda Open in Tel Aviv, Israel—later cancelled due to the 2006 ... The Sony Ericsson Open was the first event to utilise the new technology ...
... van Tonder South Africa (RSA) Fullbore Rifle Queens Prize – Open Pair David Calvert and Martin Millar Northern Ireland (NIR) Peter Bramley David Dodds South Africa (RSA) Glyn Barnett Jane ...
... Continuing the previous example, a sieve S on an open set U in O(X) will be a covering sieve if and only if the union of all the open sets V for which S(V ...
... One is closed and serves for comparison, the other is open to ambient air it has a gridded electrode ... When smoke enters the open chamber, the current is disrupted as the smoke particles attach to the charged ions and restore them to a neutral electrical state ... This reduces the current in the open chamber ...
... Standards OAT—Operational Acceptance Testing OBSAI—Open Base Station Architecture Initiative ODBC—Open DataBase Connectivity OEM—Original ...
Famous quotes containing the word open:
“Thoroughly to unfold the labyrinths of the human mind is an arduous task.... In order to dive into those recesses and lay them open to the reader in a striking and intelligible manner, tis necessary to assume a certain freedom in writing, not strictly perhaps within the limits prescribed by rules.”
—Sarah Fielding (17101768)
“We must open our eyes and see that modern civilization has become so complex and the lives of civilized men so interwoven with the lives of other men in other countries as to make it impossible to be in this world and out of it.”
—Franklin D. Roosevelt (18821945)
“But when with moving accents thou
Shalt constant faith and service vow,
Thy Celia shall receive those charms
With open ears, and with unfolded arms.”
—Thomas Carew (15891639)