Set may refer to:
Other articles related to "set":
... as well as some early luxury cars have had dual-plugged systems with one set of plugs fired by a magneto, and the other set wired to a coil, dynamo, and battery circuit ... hand, battery ignition systems have almost always had a timing advance system which can set the timing to the best setting for the speed the engine is turning, improving power output and fuel efficiency ...
... The basic boxed set was renamed "Alpha Dawn" after the expansions began publication ... It included two ten-sided dice, a large set of cardboard counters, and a folding map with a futuristic city on one side and various wilderness areas on the other for use with the included ... A second boxed set called "Knight Hawks" followed shortly ...
... Quake 4 is set in the year 2245, as stated in the USS Hannibal's terminals ... StarQuest Online is set around 2216 ... Aliens versus Predator 2, a computer game, is set between November 23, 2230 and January 7, 2231 ...
221-1 and 237-1 (ex-set E1, later F30) at Sendai General Shinkansen Depot 215-1, 222-1, 226-1 (all ex-set E1, later F30), and 249-5 (ex-set H5) stored outdoors at Sendai General ...
... An instruction set, or instruction set architecture (ISA), is the part of the computer architecture related to programming, including the native data ... An ISA includes a specification of the set of opcodes (machine language), and the native commands implemented by a particular processor ... Instruction set architecture is distinguished from the microarchitecture, which is the set of processor design techniques used to implement the instruction set ...
Famous quotes containing the word set:
“In French literature, you can choose à la carte; in Spanish literature, there is only the set meal.”
—José Bergamín (18951983)
“yes, set fire to frostbitten crops,
drag out forgotten fruit
to dance the flame-tango,
to live after all....”
—Denise Levertov (b. 1923)
“Although knaves win in every political struggle, although society seems to be delivered over from the hands of one set of criminals into the hands of another set of criminals, as fast as the government is changed, and the march of civilization is a train of felonies, yet, general ends are somehow answered.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)