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Possible Answers: ISEE, SEEN, READ, SAW, GOT, KNEW, TACIT, CLEAR, DUG, GOTIT, KNOWN, GOTTEN, GRASPED, IMPLICIT, FOLLOWED.
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Random information on the term “ISEE”:
ISEE is a European multinational company that designs and manufactures small computer-on-modules (COMs), single-board computers, expansion boards, radars and other embedded systems. The abbreviation of ISEE refers to Integration, Software & Electronics Engineering. Their products are based on the IGEP Technology, the ISEE Generic Enhanced Platform using Texas Instruments OMAP processors.
Some of their products, including IGEPv2 and IGEP COM MODULE, are open hardware, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-Share-alike 3.0 unported license.
ISEE products have been used in various industrial and commercial projects such automotive and transportation applications, medical devices, vending machines, security and protection, robotics and radar applications under the commercial brand name of IGEP Technology.
All IGEP products include pre-installed Linux-based distributions with functional software and other resources such developing tools, IDEs, schematics, mechanical drawings, hardware manuals and software manuals. Other tutorials, articles, FAQs and a public GIT repository are also available by the IGEP Community, a collaborative user support community.
Random information on the term “SAW”:
Saw is an American horror franchise distributed by Lions Gate Entertainment, produced by Twisted Pictures and created by two Australians, director James Wan and screenwriter Leigh Whannell, that consists of seven feature films and additional media. In 2003, James Wan and Leigh Whannell created a short film to help pitch as a potential feature film. This was successfully done in 2004 with the release of the first installment at the Sundance Film Festival. It was released theatrically that October. The sequels were directed by Darren Lynn Bousman, David Hackl, and Kevin Greutert, and were written by Wan, Whannell, Bousman, Patrick Melton, and Marcus Dunstan, and were released subsequently every October, on the Friday before Halloween, between 2004 and 2010. Both of the creators remained with the franchise as executive producers. On July 22, 2010, producer Mark Burg confirmed that the seventh film, Saw 3D, is the final installment of the series. Series creators James Wan and Leigh Whannell are still open to continuing the series, however, if they can do something “different” with the material. The films collectively grossed over $873 million at the box office worldwide. Lionsgate reportedly expressed interest in continuing the franchise in 2012 with a reboot. However, in November 2013, it was reported that they were in active development of a sequel.
Random information on the term “GOT”:
The Gulf of Tadjoura (Arabic: خليج تدجورا), (Somali: Badda Tajuura) is a gulf or basin of the Indian Ocean in the Horn of Africa. It lies south of the straits of Bab-el-Mandeb, or the entrance to the Red Sea, at 11°42′N 43°00′E / 11.7°N 43.0°E / 11.7; 43.0. The gulf has many fishing grounds, extensive coral reefs, and abundant pearl oysters. Most of its coastline is the territory of Djibouti, except for a short stretch on the southern shore, which is part of the territory of Somalia.
The Gulf other marine habitats include sea grass beds, salt pans and mangroves.
In August 1840, the conclusion of a treaty of friendship and commerce between the Sultan Mohammed bin Mohammed of Tadjoura and Commander Robert Moresby of the Indian Navy is tracking the sale of Moucha Island to Great Britain for ten sacks of rice. The sale will however follow any occupation. In 1887, Britain cedes sovereignty of the island to France at the same time it recognizes the French sphere of influence in the Gulf of Tadjoura, in exchange for the abandonment by France of any right in Zeila and the neighboring islands.
Random information on the term “KNEW”:
KNEW (960 AM) is an American business talk radio station licensed to Oakland, California, which serves the San Francisco Bay Area. The station is owned by iHeartMedia, Inc. The station’s studios are located in SoMa district of San Francisco, and the transmitter is located in Oakland at the eastern end of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
KNEW can also be heard in the HD format.
KABL began in Oakland as KFWM under the ownership of the Oakland Educational Society on July 8, 1925. The Oakland Post-Enquirer wanted a radio station to compete with the Oakland Tribune’s KLX. This station became KROW , in June 1930, and used those call letters until 1959. It was a full-service station known for launching the career of comedian Phyllis Diller and for helping the career of “the world’s greatest disc jockey” Don Sherwood, prior to his great career at KSFO.
In 1947, the station built a new transmitter on a 20-acre island leased from the Port of Oakland. The new transmitter was accompanied by an increase in power from 1 KW to 5 KW full-time.
Random information on the term “CLEAR”:
clear is a standard Unix computer operating system command which is used to clear the screen.
Depending on the system, clear uses the terminfo or termcap database, as well as looking into the environment for the terminal type in order to deduce how to clear the screen. The Unix command clear takes no arguments and is roughly analogous to the MS-DOS command cls.
Random information on the term “DUG”:
Double-stranded uracil-DNA glycosylase (EC 22.214.171.124, Mug, double-strand uracil-DNA glycosylase, Dug, dsUDG, double-stranded DNA specific UDG, dsDNA specific UDG, UdgB, G:T/U mismatch-specific DNA glycosylase, UDG) is an enzyme with systematic name uracil-double-stranded DNA deoxyribohydrolase (uracil-releasing). This enzyme catalyses the following chemical reaction
This enzyme is not active on DNA containing a T/G mispair or single-stranded DNA.