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Current(s) or The Current may refer to:Contents1 Ongoing events 2 Science and mathematics 3 Music 4 Film and TV 5 Publications 6 Other uses 7 See alsoOngoing events[edit] Current affairs (other) Current eventsScience and mathematics[edit] Current (fluid), the flow of a liquid or
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Current Affairs (other)
Current affairs may refer to: Current affairs (news format): a genre of broadcast journalism an approximate synonym for current events an approximate synonym for politics "Current Affairs", a song by Zion I from Heroes in the City of Dope Current Affairs (magazine), a bimonthly magazine of culture and politics. A Current Affair, an Australian television program about current events Current affairs is a genre of broadcast journalism where the emphasis is on detailed analysis and discussion of news stories that have recently occurred or are ongoing at the time of broadcast. This differs from regular news broadcasts that place emphasis on news reports presented for simple presentation as soon as possible, often with a minimum of analysis
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Currents (periodical)
Currents (ISSN 1534-388X) is the official journal of international economic lawSouth Texas College of Law. Debuting in the winter of 1991 featuring an article by Senator Lloyd Bentsen,[1] Currents is published twice annually by the law student members and editors, who receive academic credit for writing projects and staff participation. Currents focuses on international trade law in its broadest sense, addressing the legal effects and structure of international trade agreements as well as the legal aspects of international business transactions, including the sale of goods and services, licensing, investment, and dispute resolutions
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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Currant (other)
Currant may refer to:PlantsRibes, genus of berry plants, e.g
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Current River (Ozarks)
The Current River forms in the southeastern portion of the Ozarks
Ozarks
of Missouri
Missouri
and becomes a 7th order stream[1] as it flows southeasterly out of the Ozarks
Ozarks
into northeastern Arkansas
Arkansas
where it becomes a tributary of the Black River, which is a tributary of the White River, a tributary of the Mississippi River. The Current River is approximately 184 miles (296 km) long and drains about 2,641 square miles (6,840 km2)[1] of land mostly in Missouri
Missouri
and a small portion of land in northeastern Arkansas. The headwaters of the Current River are nearly 900 feet (270 m) above sea level, while the mouth of the river lies around 280 feet (85 m)[1] above sea level
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Current Density
In electromagnetism, current density is the electric current per unit area of cross section. The current density vector is defined as a vector whose magnitude is the electric current per cross-sectional area at a given point in space, its direction being that of the motion of the charges at this point. In SI units, the electric current density is measured in amperes per square metre.[1]Contents1 Definition 2 Importance 3 Calculation of current densities in matter3.1 Free currents 3.2 Polarization and magnetization currents 3.3 Total current in materials 3.4 Displacement current4 Continuity equation 5 In practice 6 See also 7 ReferencesDefinition[edit] Assume that A (SI unit: m2) is a small surface centred at a given point M and orthogonal to the motion of the charges at M
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Conserved Current
In physics a conserved current is a current, j μ displaystyle j^ mu , that satisfies the continuity equation ∂ μ j μ = 0 displaystyle partial _ mu j^ mu =0 . The continuity equation represents a conservation law, hence the name. Indeed, integrating the continuity equation over a volume V displaystyle V , large enough to have no net currents through its surface, leads to the conservation law ∂ ∂ t Q = 0 , displaystyle partial over partial t Q=0;, where Q = ∫ V j 0 d V displaystyle Q=int _ V j^ 0 dV is the conserved quantity. In gauge theories the gauge fields couple to conserved currents
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USS Current (ARS-22)
USS
USS
may refer to:Contents1 Organizations 2 Computing 3 Health care 4 Transportation 5 Entertainment 6 OtherOrganizations[edit]Union of Sovereign States, the planned successor to the Soviet Union Union Switch & Signal, a supplier of railroad switching equipment Union Syndicale Suisse, the Swiss Trade Union Confederation United Seamen's Service United States Senate United States Steel Corporation USA Swimming, formerly United States Swimming, the national governing body for compe
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IBM Current
IBM Current
IBM Current
1.1 was a Microsoft Windows 1.0-based graphical user interface relational database/personal information manager, introduced in 1990. It was revised as a software package called Commence by Jensen-Jones Inc., and included some of the features of ACT! and FileMaker Pro.Contents1 Uses 2 System requirements 3 Modern systems 4 ReferencesUses[edit] If the user defined a meeting, the meeting could have attributes in related tables showing the meeting location, the persons invited, the tasks pertaining to the meeting and which projects they were associated with, any records in a document log related to these, and any notes stored in the system
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89.3 The Current
KCMP
KCMP
(89.3 FM, 89.3 The Current), is a radio station owned by Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) that broadcasts a AAA music format including a significant rotation of songs by local artists. Licensed to serve Northfield, Minnesota, the station's studios are located at the MPR Broadcast Center on Cedar Street in downtown St. Paul, while its transmitter is located atop the Vermillion Highlands near Coates. KCMP
KCMP
is rebroadcast on KMSE
KMSE
in Rochester at 88.7 MHz, KZIO
KZIO
in Duluth at 104.3 MHz and 94.1 MHz, and on translators around the state. The station broadcasts worldwide via Internet radio
Internet radio
streams in the MP3 and Windows Media Audio
Windows Media Audio
formats, and is carried on The HD2 of KPCC 89.3 FM in Pasadena, California. The station was launched by St. Olaf College
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Current (company)
Current, branded as Current, powered by GE, is a company that sells energy management systems. It was established by General Electric
General Electric
on October 7, 2015, as a startup subsidiary.[1][2] It began with more than $1 billion of revenue with the expectation to grow the business to a $5 billion business by 2020.[3] It is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts[4] with additional presence in San Ramon, California
San Ramon, California
and Cleveland, Ohio. The company CEO is Maryrose Sylvester, who is also the President & CEO of GE Lighting.Contents1 Acquisitions 2 Projects 3 References 4 External linksAcquisitions[edit] On April 21, 2016, Current acquired the building automation company Daintree Networks
Daintree Networks
for $77 million
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The Current (NSU)
The Current is the official newspaper of Nova Southeastern University, founded in 1989 as The Knight. The newspaper has been independent of Nova Southeastern University
Nova Southeastern University
since its founding, and is run by students. However, several prominent publishers, journalists, faculty, and staff members act as advisers and assist in syndicating stories across larger mediums. The newspaper is published weekly during the semester on Tuesdays. In 2004, The Current launched a new, full service website. External links[edit]Official websitev t eNova Southeastern UniversityBased in Davie, FloridaColleges & schoolsFarquhar College of Arts & Sciences Shepard Broad Law Center H
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The Current (newspaper)
The Current is the official student newspaper of the University of Missouri–St. Louis. The Current is a tabloid published weekly on Mondays. The paper has won numerous awards, including "Best in State" from the Missouri College Media Association. Its office is located on the third floor of the Millennium Student Center on the north campus.Contents1 History1.1 Some notable events2 Alumni 3 Organization 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] The Current was preceded by the monthly "Tiger Cub" from 1960–63 and the bi-weekly "Mizzou News" from 1963–66. The newspaper's name became "UMSL Current" in 1966; "UMSL" was later dropped from the name. The name change was intended to foster an identity independent from the University of Missouri
University of Missouri
in Columbia. The name "Current" refers to the river motif associated with the student body's choice of "Riverman" as the school mascot
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The Current (magazine)
The Current is a magazine of contemporary politics, culture, and Jewish affairs at Columbia University
Columbia University
(New York, United States). Launched in December 2005, The Current publishes essays and features on a broad range of subjects including Literary & Arts, Politics, and culture. There is also a Creative section in every issue. The Current has conducted interviews with Muhammad Yunus,[1] Stanley Fish,[2] Myron Kolatch,[3] Seyla Benhabib,[4] Judith Butler,[5] and others. Its editorials have addressed issues such as university speech codes,[6] controversial campus speakers,[7] corporate divestment,[8] humanitarian activism,[9] the Saffron Revolution in Burma,[10] the history of the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry,[11] and various histories of racial and ethnic integration at Columbia University. References[edit]^ Sumaiya Ahmed (August 23, 2007). "The Columbia Current". Columbia.edu
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Current Publishing (UK)
Current Publishing
Publishing
is a British magazine publishing company based in Chiswick, London.Contents1 Summary 2 Media 3 Team 4 References 5 External linksSummary[edit] Current Publishing
Publishing
was founded in 1998. The company now publishes three titles: Current Archaeology, Current World
World
Archaeology, and Military History Monthly, in addition to several online services dedicated to archaeology, heritage, and sites of historical significance. Current Publishing
Publishing
was founded by Andrew Selkirk, a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries and former Vice-President of the Royal Archaeological Institute, who launched the first magazine, Current Archaeology, in 1967
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