MINOS


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AcronymDefinition
MINOSMain Injector Neutrino Oscillation Search (nuclear physics)
MINOSMine Operating System (United Kingdom)
miNOSMouse Inducible Nitric Oxide Synthase
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This lily has a long history - it was seen in frescoes dating back to 1550BC on the walls at the Palace of Minos, in Knossos, Crete.
Minos system in Kuwait radio is considered the second in the Arab world, following Saudi Arabia, he said.
The opener of episode one begins as a sombre affair as the locals mark the passing of the beloved King Minos.
Daughter of Minos and Pasiphae in Greek mythology (7) 22.
Her role as Ariadne, daughter of King Minos, grows in the show's recently wrapped second season.
The finale sees Minos (Alexander Siddig) at death''''s door, while Ariadne (Aiysha Hart) is accused of treason, so a scheming Pasiphae (Sarah Parish) sentences her to a gruesome death.
The narrator falls madly in love with Jack, but Jack and Aurora become involved with a skeletal man named Minos who threatens to tear the two from the narrator's life.
The findings of several high energy experiments conducted by MINOS, OPERA, ICARUS and other collaborations suggest that neutrinos travel at super-luminal or quasi-luminal velocities, e.
00--In this book, Mark Lutz argues that the conversation of Plato's Laws follows from the aporetic ending of the Minos.
In Greek mythology, the semicircle of Corona Borealis is the crown of Ariadne, daughter of King Minos of Crete.
The Minos contains a new dimension titanium flame lock designed by Jens Ansa.
The AL Garhoud residential area in Dubai was fitted out with the Umpi's Minos System, creating the first "smart street" in the UAE, a statement said.