SQUID


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AcronymDefinition
SQUIDSoftware Quality in the Development Process
SQUIDSwimming Queers United in Denver
SQUIDStupidly Quick, Underdressed, Ignorant and Dangerous (motorcycle Slang)
SQUIDStupidly Quick, Underdressed and Imminently Dead (motorcycle Slang)
SQUIDStandard Quick-release Universal Interface Device
SQUIDSuper Quick Until I Die (motorcycling slang)
SQUIDSuperconducting Quantum Interference Device
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In a bowl, combine the vinegar, water and the reserved black ink from the squid.
Glass squid have largely transparent bodies, helpful for inconspicuous swimming in deep open water.
On the black paper, draw two squid of the same size, no wider than the short side of the box.
The red flying squid (Ommastrephes bartramii) is distributed in subtropical and temperate waters worldwide but is commercially exploited only in the North Pacific Ocean, where it plays an important role in the marine ecosystem (Jereb and Roper, 2010; Navarro et al.
html) declaring it was "the most perfect colossal squid that I have seen.
student Lior Embon, along with their colleagues in the lab of Eli Zeldov of the Condensed Matter Physics Department, have risen to the challenge thanks to a unique setup: they took a hollow quartz tube and pulled it into a very sharp point, then succeeded in fabricating a SQUID encircling the tip measuring a mere 46 nanometers in diameter--the smallest SQUID to date.
sQuid will be supporting Mercy Corps from London and from our base in Nairobi.
I always think fresh is better, but frozen squid is a perfectly good option, if not as picturesque.
The fluffy white potato puree, with accents of black squid ink, might be clouds in the alpine sky above the lake, while the squid, apples, and cucumber bring us to the sea and land.
The longfin squid Doryteuthis (Loligo) pealeii, Lesueur, 1821 is an important, schooling mollusc found in the western Atlantic Ocean from Newfoundland to the Gulf of Venezuela (Hendrickson & Jacobson 2006).
The long-awaited research finds that there is "exceptionally low" genetic diversity among giant squid from around the world, Discovery News reported.