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00, a double zero, may refer to: * \ '00 , album by the alternative rock band Judybats, released in 2000 * 00 Agent , an agent with a license to kill in the James Bond media * 00 gauge , a standard of model railways * Size 00 , a women's clothing size in the US catalog sizes system * Symphony No
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Special
SPECIAL or SPECIALS may refer to: CONTENTS * 1 Music * 2 Film and television * 3 Other uses * 4 See also MUSIC * Special (album) , a 1992 album by Vesta Williams * "Special" (Garbage song) , 1998 * "Special" (Mew song) , 2005 * "Special" (Stephen Lynch song) , 2000 * The Specials
The Specials
, a British band * "Special", a song by Violent Femmes on The Blind Leading the Naked * "Special", a song on
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0O (other)
0O (zero O) or 0-O may refer to: * 0o, 0_o, and 0.o, an emoticon that may refer to shocked, disturbed, or confused * 0-O, abbreviation for 0-operand Instruction set
Instruction set
* 0o, or zero object, a mathematics term for a simultaneously Initial and terminal object * 0O, also ZO, an abbreviation for zero order; see List of zero terms *
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0-0 (other)
0-0 or O-O may refer to: * Emoticon for a person who wears glasses * An informal instruction to watch the conductor of an orchestra, seen in orchestral parts * Kingside castling in chess notation * Nothing from Nothing , songs * Object Oriented Programming , a style of moderncomputer programming0 SEE ALSO * 00 (other) * Division by zero <
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O0 (other)
O0 may refer to: * N47D20-O0, a 2007 to present model of the BMW 5 Series (E60)
BMW 5 Series (E60)
* N53B30-O0, a model of the BMW N53 with improved maximum power to 2689SEE ALSO * Emoticon This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title formed as a letter-number combination. If an internal link led
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OO (other)
OO or OO may refer to: * , a commune in France * ‘Ō‘ō
‘Ō‘ō
, an extinct bird of the genus Moho * OO, Belgium's ICAO aircraft registration prefix * O.O (also O.o or o.O), an emoticon to represent two eyes and a nose or mouth *
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Leading Zero
A LEADING ZERO is any 0 digit that comes before the first nonzero digit in a number string in positional notation . For example, James Bond 's famous identifier, 007, has two leading zeros. When leading zeros occupy the most significant digits of an integer , they could be left blank or omitted for the same numeric value. Therefore, the usual decimal notation of integers does not use leading zeros except for the zero itself , which would be denoted as an empty string otherwise. However, in decimal fractions strictly between −1 and 1, the leading zeros digits between the decimal point and the first nonzero digit are necessary for conveying the magnitude of a number and cannot be omitted, while trailing zeroes - zeroes occurring after the decimal point and after the last nonzero digit- can be omitted without changing the meaning
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Symphony No. 00 (Bruckner)
Anton Bruckner
Anton Bruckner
's “STUDY” SYMPHONY IN F MINOR (STUDIENSYMPHONIE), WAB 99, was written in 1863 as an exercise under Otto Kitzler 's instruction in form and orchestration. Scholars at first believed that the next symphony Bruckner wrote was the so-called Symphony No. 0 , thus this symphony is sometimes called SYMPHONY NO. 00 IN F MINOR. In any case, musicologists are sure now that the next symphony Bruckner wrote after this one was Symphony No. 1 in C minor
C minor
. Together with the Linz
Linz
version of Symphony No. 1, the Study Symphony was not written in Vienna
Vienna
like all Bruckner's other symphonies. The score of the Study Symphony was given by Bruckner to his friend Cyrill Hynais, together with that of the Four Orchestral Pieces of 1862 and the Overture in G minor
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'00
(THE) JUDYBATS were an alternative rock band from Knoxville, Tennessee
Tennessee
, active primarily in the late 1980s and early 1990s. First formed in 1987 after vocalist Jeff Heiskell, who with Ed Winters (guitar) had been playing acoustically in Knoxville as a duo, met Tim Stutz (bass) at a local bar called Hawkeyes Corner. Stutz, Johnny Sughrue (guitarist) and Terry Casper (drums) had known each other since high school and had been playing music together as a trio. Peggy Hambright, who was Stutz and Sughrue’s roommate, added keyboards, violin and vocals. The JudyBats played locally to large audiences before signing to Sire Records in 1990. The band took their name from a song written by a friend of theirs, which contained the line "punch me with a judybat" in a punning allusion to Punch and Judy shows
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Greg Ostertag
GREGORY DONOVAN OSTERTAG (born March 6, 1973) is an American retired professional basketball player. He spent most of his career with the Utah Jazz of the National Basketball
Basketball
Association (NBA). He played in college at the University of Kansas
University of Kansas
. CONTENTS * 1 High school and college * 2 Professional career * 3 Off the court * 4 See also * 5 References * 6 External links HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGEOstertag starred at Duncanville High School in Duncanville, Texas, a suburb of Dallas. He averaged 22.5 points and 13 rebounds per game during his senior season, and capped the year by leading the Panthers to the 1991 state championship, the first-ever for the school's boys basketball team. After his successful high school career, Ostertag joined the basketball team at the University of Kansas
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Steel Wool
STEEL WOOL, also known as WIRE WOOL or WIRE SPONGE, is a bundle of very fine and flexible sharp-edged steel filaments. It was described as a new product in 1896. It is used as an abrasive in finishing and repair work for polishing wood or metal objects, cleaning household cookware, cleaning windows, and sanding surfaces. Steel
Steel
wool is made from low-carbon steel in a process similar to broaching , where a heavy steel wire is pulled through a toothed die that removes thin, sharp, wire shavings. CONTENTS * 1 Uses * 2 Grades * 3 See also * 4 References USES Piece of burning steel wool being spun to produce sparks for light painting Steel
Steel
wool is commonly used by woodworkers and craftsmen working with paint, lacquer and varnish. However, when used on oak , remaining traces of iron may react with tannins in the wood to produce blue or black iron stain
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Ken Burrough
KENNETH OTHELL BURROUGH (born July 14, 1948) is a former professional American football
American football
player who was selected by the New Orleans Saints in the first round (10th overall) of the 1970 NFL Draft . A 6'4", 210 lb (95 kg) wide receiver from William M. Raines High School
William M. Raines High School
who played for Texas Southern University
Texas Southern University
, Burrough played in 12 NFL seasons for the Saints and Houston Oilers
Houston Oilers
from 1970 to 1981. A two-time Pro Bowl selection in 1975 and 1977, Burrough led all NFL wide receivers in receiving yards with 1,063 in 1975
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Buckshot
A SHOTGUN SHELL is a self-contained cartridge typically loaded with multiple metallic "shot ", which are small, generally spherical projectiles. Traditionally lead was used, but increasingly steel, tungsten or bismuth shot has replaced lead, due to laws designed to protect the environment. A single, large projectile known as a shotgun slug can also be used, and numerous specialty rounds such as less-lethal rounds (e.g. beanbag rounds ), flechette rounds , lead-dust rounds for door-breaching are also available. An old non-lethal shotgun load consisted of a shotgun shell loaded with rock salt , which could inflict very painful, but rarely deadly, wounds, and was therefore popular for scaring away trespassers. Most shotgun shells are designed to be fired from a smoothbore barrel, but dedicated shotguns with rifled barrels are limited to sabot slugs
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Size 00
SIZE ZERO or SIZE 0 is a women\'s clothing size in the US catalog sizes system. Size 0 and 00 were invented due to the changing of clothing sizes over time (referred to as vanity sizing or size inflation), which has caused the adoption of lower numbers. For example, a 2011 size 0 is equivalent to a 2001 size 2, and is larger than a 1970 size 6 or 1958 size 8. Modern size 0 clothing, depending on brand and style, fits measurements of chest-stomach-hips from 30-22-32 inches (76-56-81 cm) to 33-25-35 inches (84-64-89 cm). Size 00 can be anywhere from 0.5 to 2 inches (1 to 5 cm) smaller than size 0. Size zero often refers to extremely thin individuals (especially women and adolescent girls), or trends associated with them
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00 Gauge
OO GAUGE or OO SCALE (also spelled 00 GAUGE and 00 SCALE) model railways are the most popular standard-gauge model railway tracks in the United Kingdom. This track gauge is one of several 4 mm-scale standards (4 mm to 1 foot or 1:76.2) used, but it is the only one to be served by the major manufacturers. Despite this, the OO track gauge of 16.5 mm (0.65 in) is inaccurate for 4 mm scale, and other gauges of the same scale have arisen to better serve the desires of some modellers for greater scale accuracy. CONTENTS * 1 Origin * 2 OO today * 3 Scaling and accuracy * 4 4 mm finescale standards * 5 See also * 5.1 Other model railway scales * 5.2 Related scales * 5.3 Manufacturers * 6 External links ORIGINDOUBLE-0 scale model railways were launched by Bing in 1921 as 'The Table Railway', running on 16.5 mm (0.65 in) track and scaled at 4 mm to the foot
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