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Alan Jay Perlis (April 1, 1922 February 7, 1990) was an American computer scientist and professor at Purdue University, Carnegie Mellon University and Yale University. He is best known for his pioneering work in programming languages and was the first recipient of the Turing Award.

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1:To understand a program, you must become both the machine and the program. ~ Alan Perlis,
2:We toast the Lisp programmer who pens his thoughts within nests of parentheses. ~ Alan Perlis,
3:A language that doesn't affect the way you think about programming is not worth knowing. ~ Alan Perlis,
4:LISP programmers know the value of everything and the cost of nothing. ~ Alan Perlis, ,(take on an Oscar Wilde quote),
5:A year spent in artificial intelligence is enough to make one believe in God
   ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams in Programming, 1982,
6:You think you know when you learn, are more sure when you can write, even more when you can teach, but certain when you can program.
   ~ Alan Perlis, Paradigms of Artifical Intelligence,
7:What does matter is how well they perform and how smoothly they fit with other programs in the creation of still greater programs. The programmer must seek both perfection of part and adequacy of collection. ~ Alan Perlis, SICP, Foreward,

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1:Any noun can be verbed. ~ Alan Perlis
2:Optimization hinders evolution. ~ Alan Perlis
3:In English every word can be verbed. ~ Alan Perlis
4:There is no such thing as a free variable. ~ Alan Perlis
5:One man's constant is another man's variable. ~ Alan Perlis
6:Syntactic sugar causes cancer of the semicolon. ~ Alan Perlis
7:Computer Science is embarrassed by the computer. ~ Alan Perlis
8:C programmers never die. They are just cast into void. ~ Alan Perlis
9:Simplicity does not precede complexity, but follows it. ~ Alan Perlis
10:In computing, the mean time to failure keeps getting shorter. ~ Alan Perlis
11:If your computer speaks English, it was probably made in Japan. ~ Alan Perlis
12:In the long run, every program becomes rococo, and then rubble. ~ Alan Perlis
13:One can't proceed from the informal to the formal by formal means. ~ Alan Perlis
14:In software systems it is often the early bird that makes the worm. ~ Alan Perlis
15:If you have a procedure with 10 parameters, you probably missed some. ~ Alan Perlis
16:In programming, as in everything else, to be in error is to be reborn. ~ Alan Perlis
17:Don't have good ideas if you aren't willing to be responsible for them. ~ Alan Perlis
18:In man-machine symbiosis, it is man who must adjust: The machines can't. ~ Alan Perlis
19:Once you understand how to write a program get someone else to write it. ~ Alan Perlis
20:A LISP programmer knows the value of everything, but the cost of nothing. ~ Alan Perlis
21:There are two ways to write error-free programs; only the third one works. ~ Alan Perlis
22:To understand a program, you must become both the machine and the program. ~ Alan Perlis
23:Some programming languages manage to absorb change, but withstand progress. ~ Alan Perlis
24:To understand a program, you must become both the machine and the program. ~ Alan Perlis,
25:It is easier to change the specification to fit the program than vice versa. ~ Alan Perlis
26:We are on the verge: Today our program proved Fermat's next-to-last theorem. ~ Alan Perlis
27:A year spent in artificial intelligence is enough to make one believe in God. ~ Alan Perlis
28:If a listener nods his head when you're explaining your program, wake him up. ~ Alan Perlis
29:1: One man's constant is another man's variable. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
30:We toast the Lisp programmer who pens his thoughts within nests of parentheses. ~ Alan Perlis
31:We toast the Lisp programmer who pens his thoughts within nests of parentheses. ~ Alan Perlis,
32:3: Syntactic sugar causes cancer of the semi-colons. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
33:A good programming language is a conceptual universe for thinking about programming. ~ Alan Perlis
34:Fools ignore complexity. Pragmatists suffer it. Some can avoid it. Geniuses remove it. ~ Alan Perlis
35:A language that doesn't affect the way you think about programming is not worth knowing. ~ Alan Perlis
36:In English every word can be verbed. Would that it were so in our programming languages. ~ Alan Perlis
37:A language that doesn't affect the way you think about programming is not worth knowing. ~ Alan Perlis,
38:31: Simplicity does not precede complexity, but follows it. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
39:A programming language is low level when its programs require attention to the irrelevant. ~ Alan Perlis
40:Motto for a research laboratory: what we work on today, others will first think of tomorrow. ~ Alan Perlis
41:FORTRAN is not a flower but a weed - it is hardy, occasionally blooms, and grows in every computer. ~ Alan Perlis
42:In computing, turning the obvious into the useful is a living definition of the word "frustration". ~ Alan Perlis
43:When a professor insists computer science is X but not Y, have compassion for his graduate students. ~ Alan Perlis
44:Adapting old programs to fit new machines usually means adapting new machines to behave like old ones. ~ Alan Perlis
45:Learning French is trivial: the word for horse is cheval, and everything else follows in the same way. ~ Alan Perlis
46:11: If you have a procedure with 10 parameters, you probably missed some. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
47:LISP programmers know the value of everything and the cost of nothing. ~ Alan Perlis, ,(take on an Oscar Wilde quote),
48:You can measure a programmer's perspective by noting his attitude on the continuing vitality of FORTRAN. ~ Alan Perlis
49:55: LISP programmers know the value of everything and the cost of nothing. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
50:95: Don't have good ideas if you aren't willing to be responsible for them. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
51:Every program has (at least) two purposes: the one for which it was written and another for which it wasn't. ~ Alan Perlis
52:41: Some programming languages manage to absorb change, but withstand progress. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
53:A year spent in artificial intelligence is enough to make one believe in God
   ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams in Programming, 1982,
54:57: It is easier to change the specification to fit the program than vice versa. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
55:79: A year spent in artificial intelligence is enough to make one believe in God. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
56:When someone says, "I want a programming language in which I need only say what I want done," give him a lollipop. ~ Alan Perlis
57:A year spent in artificial intelligence is enough to make one believe in God. ~ Alan Perlis (1982) Epigrams on Programming. nr.79
58:75: The computing field is always in need of new cliches: Banality sooths our nerves. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
59:Because of its vitality, the computing field is always in desperate need of new cliches: Banality soothes our nerves. ~ Alan Perlis
60:Programmers are not to be measured by their ingenuity and their logic but by the completeness of their case analysis. ~ Alan Perlis
61:80: Prolonged contact with the computer turns mathematicians into clerks and vice versa. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
62:58: Fools ignore complexity. Pragmatists suffer it. Some can avoid it. Geniuses remove it. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
63:It is better to have 100 functions operate on one data structure than to have 10 functions operate on 10 data structures. ~ Alan Perlis
64:59: In English every word can be verbed. Would that it were so in our programming languages. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
65:19: A language that doesn't affect the way you think about programming, is not worth knowing. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
66:8: A programming language is low level when its programs require attention to the irrelevant. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
67:Often it is the means that justify the ends: goals advance technique and technique survives even when goal structures crumble. ~ Alan Perlis
68:I think it is inevitable that people program poorly. Training will not substantially help matters. We have to learn to live with it. ~ Alan Perlis
69:You think you KNOW when you learn, are more sure when you can write, even more when you can teach, but certain when you can program. ~ Alan Perlis
70:The best book on programming for the layman is Alice in Wonderland, but that's because it's the best book on anything for the layman. ~ Alan Perlis
71:Dealing with failure is easy: Work hard to improve. Success is also easy to handle: You've solved the wrong problem. Work hard to improve. ~ Alan Perlis
72:42: You can measure a programmer's perspective by noting his attitude on the continuing vitality of FORTRAN. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
73:Both knowledge and wisdom extend man's reach. Knowledge led to computers, wisdom to chopsticks. ~ Alan Perlis, The Synthesis of Algorithmic Systems, 1966
74:A picture is worth 10K words - but only those to describe the picture. Hardly any sets of 10K words can be adequately described with pictures. ~ Alan Perlis
75:16: Every program has (at least) two purposes: the one for which it was written and another for which it wasn't. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
76:We toast the Lisp programmer who pens his thoughts within nests of parentheses. ~ Alan Perlis, Quoted in The Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs.
77:Optimization hinders evolution. Everything should be built top-down, except the first time. Simplicity does not precede complexity, but follows it. ~ Alan Perlis
78:Is it possible that software is not like anything else, that it is meant to be discarded: that the whole point is to always see it as a soap bubble? ~ Alan Perlis
79:64: Often it is means that justify ends: Goals advance technique and technique survives even when goal structures crumble. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
80:A Lisp programmer knows the value of everything, but the cost of nothing. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, ACM SIGPLAN Notices 17 (9), September 1982, pp. 7–13.
81:This language [LISP] induces humorous arguments among programmers, often being damned and praised for the same feature. ~ Alan Perlis, The Synthesis of Algorithmic Systems, 1966
82:116: You think you know when you learn, are more sure when you can write, even more when you can teach, but certain when you can program. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
83:One can only display complex information in the mind. Like seeing, movement or flow or alteration of view is more important than the static picture, no matter how lovely. ~ Alan Perlis
84:You think you know when you learn, are more sure when you can write, even more when you can teach, but certain when you can program.
   ~ Alan Perlis, Paradigms of Artifical Intelligence,
85:101 Dealing with failure is easy: Work hard to improve. Success is also easy to handle: You've solved the wrong problem. Work hard to improve. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
86:39: A picture is worth 10K words - but only those to describe the picture. Hardly any sets of 10K words can be adequately described with pictures. ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
87:Programmers should never be satisfied with languages which permit them to program everything, but to program nothing of interest easily. ~ Alan Perlis, The Synthesis of Algorithmic Systems, 1966
88:Computer science is a restless infant and its progress depends as much on shifts in point of view as on the orderly development of our current concepts. ~ Alan Perlis, The Synthesis of Algorithmic Systems, 1966
89:Every reader should ask himself periodically “Toward what end, toward what end?”—but do not ask it too often lest you pass up the fun of programming for the constipation of bittersweet philosophy. ~ Alan Perlis
90:It goes against the grain of modern education to teach children to program. What fun is there in making plans, acquiring discipline in organizing thoughts, devoting attention to detail and learning to be self-critical? ~ Alan Perlis
91:Computer science is neither mathematics nor electrical engineering. ~ Alan Perlis (1968) title of article "Computer Science is neither Mathematics nor Electrical Engineering" in: A. Finerman (Hg.), University Education in Computing Science, New York, London, pp. 69-77
92:117: It goes against the grain of modern education to teach children to program. What fun is there to making plans, acquiring discipline in organizing thoughts, devoting attention to detail and, learning to be self-critical? ~ Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming, 1982
93:There is an appreciated substance to the phrase "ALGOL-like" which is often used in arguments about programming, languages and computation. ALGOL appears to be a durable model, and even flourishes under surgery — be it explorative, plastic, or amputative. ~ Alan Perlis, The Synthesis of Algorithmic Systems, 1966
94:Pascal is for building pyramids -- imposing, breathtaking, static structures built by armies pushing heavy blocks into place. Lisp is for building organisms -- imposing, breathtaking, dynamic structures built by squads fitting fluctuating myriads of simpler organisms into place. ~ Alan Perlis, as quoted in Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs by Harold Abelson and Gerald Jay Sussman with Julie Sussman.
95:The vision we have of conversational programming takes in much more than rapid turn around time and convenient debugging aids: our most interesting programs are never wrong and never final. [...] What is new is the requirement to make variable in our languages what we had previously taken as fixed. I do not refer to new data classes now, but to variables whose values are programs or parts of programs, syntax or parts of syntax, and regimes of control. ~ Alan Perlis, The Synthesis of Algorithmic Systems, 1966
96:I think that it's extraordinarily important that we in computer science keep fun in computing. When it started out, it was an awful lot of fun. Of course, the paying customers got shafted every now and then, and after a while we began to take their complaints seriously. We began to feel as if we really were responsible for the successful, error-free perfect use of these machines. I don't think we are. I think we're responsible for stretching them, setting them off in new directions, and keeping fun in the house. I hope the field of computer science never loses its sense of fun. ~ Alan Perlis
97:I think that it's extraordinarily important that we in computer science keep fun in computing. When it started out, it was an awful lot of fun. Of course, the paying customers got shafted every now and then, and after a while we began to take their complaints seriously. We began to feel as if we really were responsible for the successful, error-free perfect use of these machines. I don't think we are. I think we're responsible for stretching them, setting them off in new directions, and keeping fun in the house. I hope the field of computer science never loses its sense of fun. Above all, I hope we don't become missionaries. Don't feel as if you're Bible salesmen. The world has too many of those already. What you know about computing other people will learn. Don't feel as if the key to successful computing is only in your hands. What's in your hands, I think and hope, is intelligence: the ability to see the machine as more than when you were first led up to it, that you can make it more. ~ Alan Perlis,     Quoted in The Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs by Hal Abelson, Gerald Jay Sussman and Julie Sussman (McGraw-Hill, 2nd edition, 1996).

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Wikipedia - CDNetworks
Wikipedia - Cdnjs -- Content delivery network for web resources
Wikipedia - Cebu Catholic Television Network
Wikipedia - Celadon -- Term for ceramics with two different types of glazes
Wikipedia - CelebrityNetWorth -- website on celebrity finances
Wikipedia - Celestial pole -- Two imaginary points in the sky where the Earth's axis of rotation, indefinitely extended, intersects the imaginary rotating sphere of stars called the celestial sphere
Wikipedia - Celiac plexus -- Complex network of nerves located in the upper abdomen
Wikipedia - Cell phone network
Wikipedia - Cell site -- Cellular telephone site where antennae and electronic communications equipment are placed - typically on a radio mast, tower, or other raised structure - to create a cell (or adjacent cells) in a cellular network
Wikipedia - Cellular communication networks
Wikipedia - Cellular network
Wikipedia - Cennet and Cehennem -- Two sinkholes in Mersin Province; Turkey
Wikipedia - Center for Embedded Network Sensing
Wikipedia - Centrair 201 Marianne -- Two-seater training glider
Wikipedia - Central Brasileira de Noticias -- Brazilian news radio network
Wikipedia - Century Broadcasting Network -- Philippine radio network
Wikipedia - Cerebellar hemisphere -- Each of the two halves of the cerebellum in the brain
Wikipedia - Cerebellar vermis -- Structure connecting the two cerebellar hemispheres
Wikipedia - Cerebral hemisphere -- Each of the two halves of the cerebrum in the brain
Wikipedia - Cerro Maravilla murders -- Murder of two young Puerto Rican pro-independence activists
Wikipedia - Certified Network Defense Architect
Wikipedia - Cessna 150 -- Light, two seat, single engine airplane
Wikipedia - Cessna 152 -- Two-seat tricycle gear general aviation airplane
Wikipedia - Cessna 162 Skycatcher -- American side-by-side two-seat light sport airplane
Wikipedia - CFWE -- First Nations radio network in Alberta, Canada
Wikipedia - CGTN Arabic -- Arabic language television channel owned by China Global Television Network
Wikipedia - CGTN (TV channel) -- Chinese international English-language news channel of the State-owned China Global Television Network group
Wikipedia - Chamfer -- Flat transitional edge between two faces of a manufactured object
Wikipedia - Champaign-Urbana Community Wireless Network
Wikipedia - Changeling (film) -- 2008 film directed by Clint Eastwood
Wikipedia - Channel 10 (Indian TV channel) -- Indian television network
Wikipedia - Channel 13 (Israel) -- Israeli television network
Wikipedia - Channel 5 (Thailand) -- Thai television network
Wikipedia - Channel access method -- means for more than two terminals to communicate over one medium
Wikipedia - Channel America -- American television network
Wikipedia - Channel Q -- American LGBT lifestyle talk and EDM top 40 radio network
Wikipedia - Channel V Philippines -- Music-entertainment television network
Wikipedia - Channel X Radio -- Network of radio stations in Aroostook County, Maine
Wikipedia - Chantelise - A Tale of Two Sisters -- 2011 video game
Wikipedia - Charge transfer coefficient -- Two related parameters used in description of the kinetics of electrochemical reactions
Wikipedia - Charles B. Atwood -- American architect
Wikipedia - Charles Prestwood Lucas -- British historian and civil servant
Wikipedia - Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquess of Rockingham
Wikipedia - Charles Wentworth Dilke
Wikipedia - Charles Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, 5th Earl Fitzwilliam
Wikipedia - Charles Whitworth, 1st Earl Whitworth -- 18th/19th-century British diplomat and politician
Wikipedia - Charlie Eastwood -- Racing driver from Northern Ireland
Wikipedia - Charlie-Gibbs Fracture Zone -- a system of two parallel fracture zones interrupting the Mid-Atlantic Ridge between the Azores and Iceland
Wikipedia - Charlie Harper (Two and a Half Men) -- Fictional character from the television series Two and a Half Men
Wikipedia - Che (2008 film) -- two-part 2008 film by Steven Soderbergh about Che Guevara
Wikipedia - Cheddar (TV channel) -- Streaming financial news network
Wikipedia - Chemical reaction network
Wikipedia - Cheshire, Connecticut, home invasion murders -- Rape and murders committed by two men in 2007
Wikipedia - Chess clock -- Two adjacent clocks with stop/start buttons
Wikipedia - Chess (musical) -- Musical involving two chess players during the Cold War
Wikipedia - Chetta Chevalier -- Critical node in Monsignor Hugh O'Flaherty's "Rome Escape Line" network operating in the Vatican during World War Two
Wikipedia - Chevrolet Monte Carlo -- two-door coupe that was manufactured and marketed by Chevrolet
Wikipedia - Chichibu Railway 300 series -- Class of two Japanese 3-car electric multiple units
Wikipedia - Chimera (genetics) -- Single organism composed of two or more different populations of genetically distinct cells
Wikipedia - Chimera of Arezzo -- Ancient Etruscan artwork
Wikipedia - China Global Television Network -- Group of six international multi-language television channels owned and operated by China Central Television
Wikipedia - China International Exhibition Center -- Two convention halls in Beijnig, China
Wikipedia - China-Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan International Highway -- Network of roads of Asia
Wikipedia - Chinese alligator -- one of two species in genus Alligator
Wikipedia - Chinese Animal Protection Network
Wikipedia - Chinese Voice -- Chinese-language radio network in New Zealand
Wikipedia - Choana -- Each of two openings from the nasal cavity to the throat
Wikipedia - Christian Abraham Fleetwood -- United States Army Medal of Honor recipient
Wikipedia - Christian Action Network -- American non-profit organisation
Wikipedia - Christian Broadcasting Network -- Television station
Wikipedia - Christian Era Broadcasting Service International -- Philippine television network
Wikipedia - Christian symbolism -- Use of symbols, including archetypes, acts, artwork or events, by Christianity
Wikipedia - Christian Television Network -- American Christian television network
Wikipedia - Christina Chitwood -- American ice dancer
Wikipedia - Christina Twomey -- Australian historian and academic
Wikipedia - Christine and Lea Papin -- Two French housemaid girls, sentenced for a February 1933 murder
Wikipedia - Christine McVie -- British singer and songwriter, member of Fleetwood Mac
Wikipedia - Christopher Abad -- American hacker, museum curator, artist, network engineer and programmer
Wikipedia - CHS Alliance -- Humanitarian assistance organization network
Wikipedia - Chugoku Communication Network -- Radio station in Hiroshima, Japan
Wikipedia - Church of the Holy Sepulchre -- Church in Jerusalem, Israel, containing the two holiest sites in Christianity
Wikipedia - Church World Service -- Network of charities with headquarters
Wikipedia - Cibaciba and Drakulu -- Two cave entrances to the underworld in Fijian mythology
Wikipedia - Cinemax -- American movie-centric pay television network
Wikipedia - CIOPW -- 1931 collection of artwork
Wikipedia - Circle (TV network) -- A country music and lifestyle digital subchannel television network
Wikipedia - Circumarctic Environmental Observatories Network -- Network of terrestrial and freshwater observation platforms
Wikipedia - Citizens for Fairness Hands Off Washington -- LGBT organization to oppose two Washington ballot initiatives
Wikipedia - City network -- A geographical unit of refei
Wikipedia - Citytv -- Canadian television network owned by Rogers Communications
Wikipedia - CKOI (network) -- Radio network in Quebec, Canada
Wikipedia - CKO -- Former Canadian all-news radio network
Wikipedia - CKUA Radio Network -- Community radio network in the province of Alberta
Wikipedia - ClaimID -- Defunct British social networking website
Wikipedia - Clare Jaynes -- Pen named used by two American women who were co-authors in the 1940s
Wikipedia - Clash of Champions (2016) -- 2016 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - Clash of Champions (2017) -- 2017 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - Clash of Champions (2019) -- 2019 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - Clash of Champions (2020) -- 2020 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - Classful network -- an early system for organizing the IPv4 address space
Wikipedia - Classic Hits (Westwood One) -- Syndicated radio format
Wikipedia - Classic Rock (Westwood One) -- Syndicated radio format
Wikipedia - Classification of mental disorders -- There are currently two widely established systems for classifying mental disorders
Wikipedia - Clatworthy -- English village
Wikipedia - Clean and jerk -- Composite of two weightlifting movements
Wikipedia - Clearnet (networking) -- Publicly accessible part of the Internet
Wikipedia - Clemson Tigers Network -- Collegiate sports radio network
Wikipedia - Cleo TV -- American cable television network
Wikipedia - Cleveland Cavaliers Radio Network -- Regional play-by-play radio network
Wikipedia - Climate as complex networks -- Conceptual model to generate insight into climate science
Wikipedia - Clint Eastwood filmography -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Clint Eastwood (musician) -- Jamaican reggae deejay
Wikipedia - Clint Eastwood (song) -- 2001 single by Gorillaz and Del the Funky Homosapien
Wikipedia - Clint Eastwood -- American actor, composer, director and producer
Wikipedia - Clock King -- Two fictional characters, supervillains published by DC Comics
Wikipedia - Clock network -- Set of clocks that are automatically synchronized to show the same time
Wikipedia - Clogging -- Fast-footwork folk dance
Wikipedia - Cloob -- Persian-language social network
Wikipedia - Clos network
Wikipedia - Clover Network -- Cloud-based Android point of sale platform
Wikipedia - C More Sport -- Scandinavian sports television network
Wikipedia - CNA (TV network) -- English language Asia-Pacific news channel based in Singapore
Wikipedia - CNET Networks
Wikipedia - C-Netz -- Analog cellular network
Wikipedia - CNGrid -- Chinese national high performance computing network
Wikipedia - CNN Airport -- Out-of-home television network
Wikipedia - CNN Philippines Network News -- Former evening newscast
Wikipedia - CNN Philippines -- TV network in the Philippines
Wikipedia - CNR Radio -- First national radio network in North America
Wikipedia - Coahuila Radio -- Public radio network in Mexico
Wikipedia - Coalition for Networked Information -- Networked information technology
Wikipedia - Coastal and Intertidal Zone Archaeological Network -- Community archaeology project in England
Wikipedia - Coastal-Marine Automated Network -- A meteorological observation network along the coast of the United States
Wikipedia - Coast Guard Station, Two Lights, Maine -- 1927 painting by Edward Hopper
Wikipedia - Coast (radio station) -- New Zealand radio network
Wikipedia - Cobalt Networks
Wikipedia - Cochlear nucleus -- Two cranial nerve nuclei of the human brainstem
Wikipedia - Code of a Killer -- Two-part British television series
Wikipedia - Code-switching -- Action of changing between two or more languages, or language varieties, in the context of a single conversation
Wikipedia - Coefficient of colligation -- Measure of association between two binary variables
Wikipedia - Coefficient of relationship -- A measure of the degree of biological relationship between two individuals
Wikipedia - Cohen's h -- Measure of distance between two proportions
Wikipedia - Coinstar -- American company with a network of coin-cashing machines.
Wikipedia - Collaboration graph -- Graph modeling collaboration in a social network
Wikipedia - Collaborative Innovation Networks
Wikipedia - Collaborative learning -- Situation in which two or more people learn or attempt to learn something together
Wikipedia - Collective network
Wikipedia - Colleen Atwood -- American costume designer
Wikipedia - Collision response -- A tool to deal with models and algorithms for simulating the changes in the motion of two solid bodies following collision and other forms of contact
Wikipedia - Collision -- An instance of two or more bodies physically contacting each other within short period of time
Wikipedia - Collusion -- Agreement between two or more parties, sometimes illegal and therefore secretive
Wikipedia - Colon (punctuation) -- Punctuation mark consisting of two equally sized dots centered on the same vertical line
Wikipedia - Colorado Public Radio -- Public radio network in Colorado, United States
Wikipedia - Color Vision -- Dominican television network
Wikipedia - Colossi of Memnon -- Two Ancient Egyptian statues near Luxor
Wikipedia - Colum Eastwood -- Leader of the Social Democratic and Labour Party
Wikipedia - Col -- The lowest point on a mountain ridge between two peaks
Wikipedia - Combination drug -- Drug that contains two or more active pharmaceutical ingredients
Wikipedia - Comedian (artwork) -- Maurizio Cattelan artwork
Wikipedia - Comic book collecting -- Hobby that treats comic books and related items as collectibles or artwork to be sought after and preserved
Wikipedia - Commensalism -- An interaction between two organisms living together in more or less intimate association in a relationship in which one benefits and the other is unaffected.
Wikipedia - Common carotid artery -- One of the two arteries that supply the head and neck with blood
Wikipedia - Commonwealth Financial Network -- American investment advisor firm
Wikipedia - Commonwealth Railways NC class -- Two light, narrow-gauge diesel-hydraulic locomotives of the Commonwealth Railways, built in 1956
Wikipedia - Communication networks
Wikipedia - Communication network
Wikipedia - Communications, Computers, and Networks (Scientific American)
Wikipedia - Communications, Computers, and Networks -- Special issue of Scientififc American magazine
Wikipedia - Communications networks
Wikipedia - Community colleges in the United States -- Public, two-year colleges
Wikipedia - Community Development Exchange -- Non-profit organization for individuals, organisations and networks involve in communities and/or community develpement
Wikipedia - Community-of-interest network
Wikipedia - Community Radio Network (New Zealand) -- Former radio network in New Zealand
Wikipedia - Compact Muon Solenoid -- One of the two general-purposes experiment at the CERN's Large Hadron Collider
Wikipedia - Comparison of network diagram software
Wikipedia - Comparison of social networking software
Wikipedia - Comparison of software and protocols for distributed social networking
Wikipedia - Comparison of the Amundsen and Scott expeditions -- Analysis of two expeditions to the South Pole.
Wikipedia - Comparison -- Examination of two or more entities to deduce their similarities and differences
Wikipedia - Competitive exclusion principle -- A proposition that two species competing for the same limiting resource cannot coexist at constant population values
Wikipedia - Complex networks
Wikipedia - Complex Networks -- American media and entertainment company
Wikipedia - Complex network -- Network with non-trivial topological features
Wikipedia - Composite material -- Material made from a combination of two or more unlike substances
Wikipedia - Compound modifier -- Compound of two or more words that collectively modify a noun
Wikipedia - Computer and network surveillance
Wikipedia - Computer network diagram
Wikipedia - Computer networking
Wikipedia - Computer network programming
Wikipedia - Computer Networks (journal)
Wikipedia - Computer Networks: The Heralds of Resource Sharing
Wikipedia - Computer Networks
Wikipedia - Computer networks
Wikipedia - Computer network -- Network that allows computers to share resources and communicate with each other
Wikipedia - Concentricity error -- fiber optics distance between four concentric circles, two cladding diameter, and two core diameter
Wikipedia - Concerto for Two Accordions, Strings and Percussion (Sallinen) -- Musical composition by Aulis Sallinen
Wikipedia - Concerto for Two Pianos (Stravinsky) -- Neoclassical piano composition
Wikipedia - Condor -- Name for two species of vultures
Wikipedia - Confabulation (neural networks)
Wikipedia - Confederate artworks in the United States Capitol -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems
Wikipedia - Confronted animals -- Decorative motif of two animals facing each other
Wikipedia - Conjunction (grammar) -- Part of speech that connects two words, sentences, phrases, or clauses
Wikipedia - Connect2Wiltshire -- Demand responsive transport network in southern Wiltshire
Wikipedia - Connected pawns -- Two or more pawns of the same color on adjacent files
Wikipedia - Connecticut Education Network
Wikipedia - Connecticut Network -- Legislative broadcaster of the state of Connecticut
Wikipedia - Connecticut Public Radio -- Public radio network in Connecticut
Wikipedia - Connecticut Public Television -- PBS member network in Connecticut, USA
Wikipedia - Connectionism -- Approach in cognitive science that hopes to explain mental phenomena using artificial neural networks
Wikipedia - Connectionless Network Protocol
Wikipedia - Connection-Oriented Network Service -- Network layer protocol
Wikipedia - Consolidated P-30 -- American two-seat fighter
Wikipedia - Consortium imperii -- The sharing of Roman imperial authority by two or more emperors.
Wikipedia - Conspiracies II - Lethal Networks -- 2011 full motion video adventure video game
Wikipedia - Conspiracy (criminal) -- agreement between two or more people to commit a crime at some time in the future
Wikipedia - Constant chord theorem -- An invariant cord in one of two intersecting circles based on any point in the other
Wikipedia - Consumer Cellular -- American postpaid mobile virtual network operator
Wikipedia - Contact binary (small Solar System body) -- Small Solar System body that is composed of two bodies
Wikipedia - Contact force -- Force that acts at the point of contact between two objects
Wikipedia - Content delivery network interconnection
Wikipedia - Content delivery network
Wikipedia - Continental Shelf Station Two -- Undersea research habitat in the Red Sea
Wikipedia - Continuity tester -- Tool for measuring electrical continuity between two points
Wikipedia - Contradiction -- Logical incompatibility between two or more propositions
Wikipedia - Controller area network
Wikipedia - Conversation -- Interactive communication between two or more people
Wikipedia - Convolutional neural networks
Wikipedia - Convolutional Neural Network
Wikipedia - Convolutional neural network -- Artificial neural network
Wikipedia - Convolutional Sparse Coding -- Neural network coding model
Wikipedia - Convolution theorem -- Theorem that under suitable conditions the Fourier transform of a convolution of two signals is the pointwise product of their Fourier transforms
Wikipedia - Conway's Game of Life -- Two-dimensional cellular automaton devised by J. H. Conway in 1970
Wikipedia - Cookie Jar Kids Network -- Former American children's programming block
Wikipedia - CopSSH -- Remote shell services or command execution for secure network services between two networked computers
Wikipedia - Coradion melanopus -- Species of fish, the twospot coralfish
Wikipedia - Coral Content Distribution Network
Wikipedia - Core-and-pod -- Computer network design
Wikipedia - Coreference -- Two or more expressions in a text with the same referent
Wikipedia - Cormocephalus westwoodi -- Species of arthropods
Wikipedia - Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California
Wikipedia - Corps of Colonial Marines -- Two British Marine units consisting of former slaves
Wikipedia - Corpus callosum -- White matter tract connecting the two cerebral hemispheres
Wikipedia - Correspondence (theology) -- Theological term referring to the relationship between two levels of existence
Wikipedia - Corrupted Oil Jerry -- Artwork by Banksy
Wikipedia - Corset piercing -- Multiple body piercings in two roughly parallel rows
Wikipedia - Cosmic Stories and Stirring Science Stories -- Two related US pulp science fiction magazines
Wikipedia - Cosmopolitan Railway -- Proposed global railroad network
Wikipedia - Co-Star -- American social networking service
Wikipedia - Couch -- Piece of furniture for seating two or more persons in the form of a bench with armrests
Wikipedia - Couperin (consortium) -- Network of French academic institutions dealing with access to scientific publications
Wikipedia - Coupe -- Closed two-door car body style with a permanently attached fixed roof which is shorter than a sedan
Wikipedia - Coupled substitution -- Geological process by which two elements simultaneously substitute into a crystal
Wikipedia - Couples therapy -- Therapy for the two persons in a couple relationship, often with their relationship as the main topic
Wikipedia - Courtney Matthews -- Fictional character from General Hospital, an American soap opera on ABC network
Wikipedia - Court TV Mystery -- American digital multicast TV network
Wikipedia - Cove (Appalachian Mountains) -- A small valley in the Appalachian Mountains between two ridge lines
Wikipedia - Covenant Network -- Catholic radio network in the United States
Wikipedia - Cox Sports Television -- Regional sports network in Louisiana, United States
Wikipedia - Cox Sports -- Former regional sports network in New England
Wikipedia - Cozi TV -- American digital multicast television network
Wikipedia - Crackle (streaming service) -- Digital streaming video content network
Wikipedia - CraftWorks Holdings -- American restaurant company
Wikipedia - Crave (TV network) -- Canadian premium TV network
Wikipedia - Create (TV network) -- American digital broadcast TV network
Wikipedia - Credit-based fair queuing -- Network queuing discipline
Wikipedia - Credit score -- Numerical expression representing a person's creditworthiness
Wikipedia - Crescent Falls -- Series of two waterfalls located on the Bighorn River in west-central Alberta, Canada
Wikipedia - Crestwood, Edmonton -- Neighbourhood in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Wikipedia - Crestwood/Glen Cove, Houston
Wikipedia - Crestwood, New York
Wikipedia - Crestwood Publications -- Defunct American publishing company
Wikipedia - Crestwood, Yonkers
Wikipedia - Crime & Investigation -- American crime drama television network
Wikipedia - Crimson Tide Sports Network -- Collegiate radio sports network
Wikipedia - Critical Psychiatry Network
Wikipedia - CRN Digital Talk Radio Networks -- American radio programming distributor
Wikipedia - Croquet at the 1900 Summer Olympics - Singles, two balls -- Sports event
Wikipedia - Crossbar theorem -- A ray between two other rays crosses any line segment between the first two rays
Wikipedia - Cross-cutting relationships -- Principle that the geologic feature which cuts another is the younger of the two
Wikipedia - Cross-genre -- Genre that blends themes and elements from two or more different genres
Wikipedia - Crossguard -- Type of sword guard made of two quillons
Wikipedia - Crossover (fiction) -- Placement of two or more otherwise discrete fictional characters, settings, or universes into the context of a single story
Wikipedia - Cross product -- Mathematical operation on two vectors in three-dimensional space
Wikipedia - Cross sea -- A sea state with two wave systems traveling at oblique angles
Wikipedia - Cross-site tracing -- Network security vulnerability exploiting the HTTP TRACE method
Wikipedia - Crown Jewel (2018) -- 2018 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - Crown Jewel (2019) -- 2019 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network Event
Wikipedia - Crucifixion and Last Judgement diptych -- Two small painted panels attributed to Jan van Eyck
Wikipedia - Crucifixion with Two Angels -- c. 1423 painting by Paolo Uccello
Wikipedia - Cruthers Collection of Women's Art -- Collection of artwork by women in Perth, Western Australia
Wikipedia - Cry Macho (film) -- Upcoming American neo-Western drama film from Clint Eastwood
Wikipedia - CSN International -- Christian radio station and network based in Twin Falls, Idaho
Wikipedia - C-SPAN -- American pay television network
Wikipedia - C/S -- Filipino television network
Wikipedia - CTS Main Channel -- Television network in Taiwan (Republic of China)
Wikipedia - CTV News -- News division of CTV Television Network
Wikipedia - CTV (Taiwanese TV network) -- Taiwanese television network
Wikipedia - CTV Television Network -- Canadian television network
Wikipedia - Cuban peso -- one of two official currencies in use in Cuba, along with the convertible peso
Wikipedia - Cubavision -- Cuban national television network
Wikipedia - Cubesat Space Protocol -- Small network-layer delivery protocol for cubesats
Wikipedia - Cubital index -- Ratio of two of the wing vein segments of honeybees
Wikipedia - Cultural property -- Physical cultural heritage; monuments, artworks, libraries etc.
Wikipedia - Culture24 -- British charity that publishes two websites about visual culture and heritage in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Cultured neural networks
Wikipedia - Cultured neuronal networks
Wikipedia - Cumulus Media Networks -- Former American radio network
Wikipedia - Curate's egg -- Idiom derived from two near-identical 19th century cartoons
Wikipedia - Curricle -- Light two-wheeled chaise or "chariot" with a single axle, usually drawn by a pair of horses
Wikipedia - Curse LLC -- An online game portal and network of gaming websites managed by Wikia, Inc.
Wikipedia - Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques -- Royal title
Wikipedia - Cutwork -- Needlework technique
Wikipedia - Cyberbullying -- Type of bullying occurs within electronic communication networking, the Internet and computer technology
Wikipedia - Cybercrime -- Crime involving a computer and a network
Wikipedia - Cyber geography -- Mapping networks of broadband cables
Wikipedia - CyclopM-CM-&dia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature -- Reference work of ten volumes and two supplements published in the 19th century
Wikipedia - Cyclops-class monitor -- Class of breastwork monitors
Wikipedia - Cygnus X-1 (song series) -- Two-part song series by Canadian progressive rock band Rush
Wikipedia - Cytoskeleton -- Network of filamentous proteins that forms the internal framework of cells
Wikipedia - Cy Twombly
Wikipedia - Da'as Elyon and Da'as Tachton -- Two alternative levels of perception of reality in Hasidic thought
Wikipedia - Dabl -- American digital multicast TV network
Wikipedia - Dakota County Technical College -- Public two-year technical college in Rosemount, Minnesota, United States
Wikipedia - Dalton, Ontario -- One of two places in Ontario
Wikipedia - Daniel C. Burbank -- American astronaut and a veteran of two Space Shuttle missions
Wikipedia - Dante (networking) -- Real-time professional audio over an IP LAN
Wikipedia - Darca schools -- Non-governmental organization operating a network of schools in Israel
Wikipedia - D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson
Wikipedia - DARPA Network Challenge
Wikipedia - Darwin-Wedgwood family -- Two interrelated English families descending from Erasmus Darwin and Josiah Wedgwood
Wikipedia - DASAN Networks -- Network company
Wikipedia - Datagram -- Basic data transfer unit associated with a packet-switched network
Wikipedia - Data in transit -- data that is currently traveling across a network
Wikipedia - Data link layer -- Point-to-point communications layer of the OSI model of computer networking
Wikipedia - Data network
Wikipedia - David Atwood Wasson -- |American minister and author
Wikipedia - Davide Rigon -- Formula and sportscar racing driver, two-time Superleague Formula champion
Wikipedia - David Sanes -- Puerto Rican civilian killed in Vieques, Puerto Rico by two U.S. bombs
Wikipedia - David Twohy -- American film director and screenwriter
Wikipedia - David Whitworth -- British motorcycle racer
Wikipedia - Daystar (TV network) -- Religious television network
Wikipedia - DC Showcase: Catwoman -- 2011 film directed by Lauren Montgomery
Wikipedia - Dead Christ Supported by Two Angels (Bellini, Berlin) -- Painting by Giovanni Bellini in the GemM-CM-$ldegalerie, Berlin
Wikipedia - Dead water -- Nautical term for a phenomenon which can occur when a layer of fresh or brackish water rests on top of denser salt water, without the two layers mixing
Wikipedia - Decades (TV network) -- American digital television network
Wikipedia - December 2013 Volgograd bombings -- Two suicide bombings in the city of Volgograd, Volgograd Oblast, Southern Russia
Wikipedia - Decentralized autonomous organization -- Computer network organization model
Wikipedia - Deep belief network
Wikipedia - Deep content inspection -- Form of network filtering
Wikipedia - Deep convolutional neural network
Wikipedia - Deep neural networks
Wikipedia - Deep neural network
Wikipedia - Deep state -- covert governmental networks operating independently of public state political leadership and/or goals
Wikipedia - Default gateway -- Node in a computer network
Wikipedia - Default mode network -- Large-scale brain network active when not focusing on an external task
Wikipedia - Default network
Wikipedia - Defense Data Network
Wikipedia - Degeneration (Nordau) -- Two volume book by Max Nordau
Wikipedia - Dekalog: Two -- 1988 second part of the television series The Decalogue directed by Krzysztof KieM-EM-^[lowski
Wikipedia - Delang railway station -- Railway station on the East Coast Railway network in India
Wikipedia - Delay-tolerant networking
Wikipedia - Delimiter-separated values -- Store two-dimensional arrays of data by separating the values in each row with specific delimiter characters. Most database and spreadsheet programs are able to read or save data in a delimited format
Wikipedia - Dell EMC Isilon -- Network-attached storage
Wikipedia - Deloitte -- Multinational professional services network
Wikipedia - Delta Broadcasting System -- Philippine television network
Wikipedia - Demand response -- Techniques used to prevent power networks from being overwhelmed
Wikipedia - Democratic Network -- Aruban political party
Wikipedia - Department for Transport -- United Kingdom government ministerial department responsible for the English transport network
Wikipedia - Dependency network
Wikipedia - Derby News Network -- Former internet broadcast network
Wikipedia - Derivative work -- Expressive work created from a major part of a different, original artwork
Wikipedia - Derk Cheetwood -- American singer and actor
Wikipedia - Desargues's theorem -- Two triangles are in perspective axially if and only if they are in perspective centrally
Wikipedia - Desegregation in the United States -- Process of ending the separation of two groups usually referring to races
Wikipedia - Desert Fireball Network -- Australian network of meteoroid tracking cameras
Wikipedia - Desmond Rebellions -- Two rebellions by the FitzGerald dynasty in Ireland, late 16th century
Wikipedia - Detective Comics -- Title used for two American comic book series
Wikipedia - Deterministic Networking -- Real-time networking effort
Wikipedia - Dhaka Subway -- Underground urban rail network in Dhaka, Bangladesh
Wikipedia - Dhammapala -- Name of two or more great Theravada Buddhist commentators
Wikipedia - Diabolo -- Juggling prop consisting of an axle and two cups or discs
Wikipedia - Diaeresis (diacritic) -- Diacritic that consists of two dots placed over a letter
Wikipedia - Diagonal View -- London-based multi channel network owned by Sky
Wikipedia - Dial Global Local -- American radio network and syndication service
Wikipedia - Dialog Broadband Networks -- Sri Lankan telecoms company
Wikipedia - Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems -- Book by Galileo Galilei
Wikipedia - Dialogue -- Conversation between two or more person
Wikipedia - Diamantina Fracture Zone -- An escarpment, separating two oceanic plateaus in the southeast Indian Ocean
Wikipedia - Diamond DART 450 -- Two-seat training aircraft from Austria
Wikipedia - Diana Lee Inosanto -- American actress, former stuntwoman, and martial artist
Wikipedia - Diapsid -- Clade of amniote tetrapods with two holes in each side of their skulls
Wikipedia - Diarchy -- Form of government with two individuals as leaders
Wikipedia - Diaspora (social network) -- Nonprofit, user-owned, distributed social network
Wikipedia - Diatomic molecule -- Molecule composed of only two atoms of the same or different chemical elements
Wikipedia - Dichotomy -- Splitting of a whole into exactly two non-overlapping parts; dyadic relations and processes
Wikipedia - DiDi -- Chinese transportation network company headquartered in Beijing
Wikipedia - Die Antwoord -- South African hip hop group
Wikipedia - Diene -- a covalent compound that contains two double bonds
Wikipedia - Die Nibelungen -- 1924 two-part film directed by Fritz Lang
Wikipedia - Difference kernel -- Kernel of the difference of two functions
Wikipedia - Difference of two squares -- a^2 - b^2 equals (a+b)(a-b)
Wikipedia - Differentiable neural computer -- Artificial neural network architecture
Wikipedia - Differentiated services -- Networking architecture for prioritizing traffic
Wikipedia - Digital Collection System Network
Wikipedia - Digital Ethernet Local Network Interconnect
Wikipedia - DIGITAL Network Architecture
Wikipedia - Diglossia -- Situation in which two dialects or languages are used by a single language community
Wikipedia - Diglyceride -- Type of fat derived from glycerol and two fatty acids
Wikipedia - Dihedral angle -- Angle between two planes in space
Wikipedia - Dimer (chemistry) -- Oligomer consisting of two monomers joined by bonds that can be either strong or weak, covalent or intermolecular
Wikipedia - Dimethylol propionic acid -- Organic compound with one carboxyl and two hydroxyl groups
Wikipedia - Dina Eastwood -- American news anchor, philanthropist
Wikipedia - Diphthong -- Combination of two adjacent vowel sounds
Wikipedia - Diploblasty -- State of having two germ layers in embryonic development
Wikipedia - Dipole antenna -- Antenna consisting of two rod shaped conductors
Wikipedia - Diptych -- Two-part polyptych
Wikipedia - Direct 8 -- French national TV network
Wikipedia - Directed set -- A set with a preorder in which any two elements are always both less than or equal to some third element.
Wikipedia - Direct market -- Dominant distribution and retail network for American comic books, consisting of three distributors and specialty stores
Wikipedia - Director of network programming -- Position in television
Wikipedia - Directory service -- Service that maps the names of network resources to their respective network addresses
Wikipedia - Disappearance of Patricia Spencer and Pamela Hobley -- Two American teenagers who went missing on Halloween in 1969
Wikipedia - Disco (TV series) -- Pop music television show of the German network ZDF
Wikipedia - Discovery Channel -- American pay television network
Wikipedia - Discovery Home & Health -- Pay television network owned by Discovery
Wikipedia - Discovery Networks Deutschland -- Division of Discovery Networks
Wikipedia - Dish Network -- American television provider
Wikipedia - Disney Junior -- Television network in United States
Wikipedia - Disney's Typhoon Lagoon -- one of two water parks at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida
Wikipedia - Distance -- Straight line that connects two points in a measurable space or in an observable physical space
Wikipedia - Distributed computing -- System whose components are located on different networked computers
Wikipedia - Distributed networking
Wikipedia - Distributed operating system -- Operating system designed to operate on multiple systems over a network
Wikipedia - Distributed Overlay Virtual Ethernet -- Tunneling and virtualization technology for computer networks
Wikipedia - Distributed Social Networking Protocol
Wikipedia - Distributed social network -- Internet social networking service that is decentralized and distributed across distinct providers
Wikipedia - Divan (Mughal architecture) -- Two types of palatial buildings in Indian courts
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Wikipedia - Divers Alert Network -- International group of not-for-profit organizations for improving diving safety
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Wikipedia - Electoral district of Wentworth -- former state electoral district of New South Wales, Australia
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Wikipedia - Electronic Medical Records and Genomics Network -- American medical genomics consortium
Wikipedia - Electron (rocket) -- Two-stage orbital launch vehicle
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Wikipedia - Elimination Chamber (2017) -- 2017 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - Elimination Chamber (2018) -- 2018 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - Elimination Chamber (2019) -- 2019 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
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Wikipedia - Elliott sisters -- Two Irish sisters notable for their involvement in Irish Nationalism and founder members of Cumann na mBan
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Wikipedia - El Trece -- Argentine broadcast television network
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Wikipedia - Energie -- Canadian French-language network of mainstream rock radio stations
Wikipedia - Energy Sciences Network
Wikipedia - Engadget -- Technology blog network covering gadgets and consumer electronics
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Wikipedia - Enlightenment Guaranteed -- 2000 German film about two brothers seeking enlightenment through Zen Buddhism
Wikipedia - Enterprise private network
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Wikipedia - Epix -- American pay television network
Wikipedia - Equaliser (mathematics) -- Set of arguments where two or more functions have the same value
Wikipedia - Equality (mathematics) -- Relationship asserting that two quantities are the same
Wikipedia - Equation -- Equality of two mathematical expressions
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Wikipedia - ESPN2 -- American pay television network
Wikipedia - ESPN Deportes Radio -- Former Spanish-language sports radio network
Wikipedia - ESPNews -- American pay television network
Wikipedia - ESPN Radio -- Sports radio network
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Wikipedia - Eternal Word Television Network
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Wikipedia - Ethernet network
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Wikipedia - Ethernet -- Computer networking technology
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Wikipedia - Everywhere (Fleetwood Mac song) -- 1987 single by Fleetwood Mac
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Wikipedia - Evolving networks
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Wikipedia - Expressways of China -- Expressway network for the People's Republic of China
Wikipedia - Extended Euclidean algorithm -- Method for computing the relation of two integers with their greatest common divisor
Wikipedia - Extracellular matrix -- Network of proteins and molecules outside cells that provides structural support for cells
Wikipedia - Extreme learning machine -- Type of artificial neural network
Wikipedia - Extreme Networks
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Wikipedia - Extreme Rules (2015) -- 2015 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - Extreme Rules (2016) -- 2016 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - Extreme Rules (2017) -- 2017 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - Extreme Rules (2018) -- 2018 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - Extreme Rules (2019) -- 2019 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - Eye rhyme -- A rhyme in which two words are spelled similarly but pronounced differently; e.g. "tough / through"
Wikipedia - FabFi -- Open-source wireless mesh networking system
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Wikipedia - Favorite Hawaiian Songs, Vol. Two -- 1946 album
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Wikipedia - Feedforward neural network
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Wikipedia - Fermion -- one of two classes of elementary particles
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Wikipedia - Flatworm -- Phylum of animals, flatworms
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Wikipedia - Fleetwood Mac -- English-American rock band
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Wikipedia - Footwork (martial arts)
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Wikipedia - Frame (networking)
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Wikipedia - France 5 -- Television network in France
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Wikipedia - FreeOTP -- Free and open-source two-factor authentication app
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Wikipedia - Furnos Maior and Furnos Minor -- Two towns in present-day Tunisia
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Wikipedia - G4 (American TV network) -- Former American television channel
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Wikipedia - Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties -- 2006 film by Tim Hill
Wikipedia - Gated recurrent unit -- Long short-term memory (LSTM) with a forget gate but not an output gate, used in recurrent nueral networks
Wikipedia - Gateway (computer networking)
Wikipedia - Gather.com -- Defunct American social network website
Wikipedia - Gawker Media -- Former American online media company and blog network
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Wikipedia - Gay.com -- Social networking website
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Wikipedia - Gefrorene-Wand-Spitzen -- Two summitsin the Zillertal Alps, Austria
Wikipedia - Gemelli muscles -- Two small muscular fasciculi, accessories to the tendon of the internal obturator muscle
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Wikipedia - Generalized singular value decomposition -- Name of two different techniques based on the singular value decomposition
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Wikipedia - General Mobile Radio Service -- Land-mobile FM UHF radio service for short-distance two-way communications
Wikipedia - Generative adversarial networks
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Wikipedia - Gene regulatory network
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Wikipedia - Genome News Network -- Online genomics magazine
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Wikipedia - Modularity (networks)
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Wikipedia - Monogenea -- Class of ectoparasitic flatworms
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Wikipedia - Motorcycle wheel -- Component of motorised two-wheelers
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Wikipedia - Motorsport Network -- Company
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Wikipedia - MTV (European TV channel) -- Pan-European pay TV network
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Wikipedia - Multicast -- Computer networking technique for transmission from one sender to multiple receivers
Wikipedia - Multi-field dictionary -- Specialized dictionary that has been designed and compiled to cover the terms within two or more subject fields
Wikipedia - Multilayer switch -- Network switch providing functionality beyond the data link layer
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Wikipedia - Multipath routing -- Routing technique of using multiple alternative paths through a network
Wikipedia - Multiple-channel architecture -- Type of wireless network design
Wikipedia - Multiple exposure -- Superimposition of two or more exposures to create a single image
Wikipedia - Multiple-image Network Graphics -- File format
Wikipedia - Multiple sequence alignment -- Alignment of more than two molecular sequence
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Wikipedia - Mutual Broadcasting System -- Former American radio broadcasting network
Wikipedia - Mutual exclusivity -- Two propositions or events that cannot both be true
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Wikipedia - Naranpur railway station -- Railway station on the East Coast Railway network in India
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Wikipedia - Nar Phu language -- A Sino-Tibetan variety spoken in the two villages of Nar and Phu, in Nepal
Wikipedia - Narrow-gauge railways in Saxony -- Railway network in Saxony
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Wikipedia - NASCOM -- terrestrial communications network operated by NASA
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Wikipedia - National Network Opposing the Militarization of Youth -- Peace organisation in the US
Wikipedia - National Network -- Network of approved state highways and interstates for commercial truck drivers in the United States
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Wikipedia - NBC Radio Network -- Former American radio network
Wikipedia - NBC Sports Radio -- American sports radio network
Wikipedia - NBC Sports Regional Networks -- Group of regional sports networks in the United States
Wikipedia - NBC Sports Washington -- Regional sports network in Washington, D.C.
Wikipedia - NBC Weather Plus -- American broadcast network
Wikipedia - NBC -- American television and radio network
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Wikipedia - NBN Television -- Nine Network TV station in Newcastle, Australia
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Wikipedia - NCC Class WT -- 18 two-cylinder 2-6-4T locomotives in Northern Ireland
Wikipedia - Nconf -- Network monitoring configuration software
Wikipedia - NDTV -- Indian news network
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Wikipedia - Nebraska Rural Radio Association -- Radio broadcast network in Nebraska, United States
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Wikipedia - Nested RAID levels -- Stacked combination of two or more standard RAID levels
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Wikipedia - Netela -- two layered scarf-like cloth worn by Ethiopians and Eritreans, exclusively for women
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Wikipedia - Net TV (Argentina) -- Argentine television network
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Wikipedia - Network latency
Wikipedia - Network Lateral Movement -- Cybersecurity term for attack strategies
Wikipedia - Network layer
Wikipedia - Network length (transport)
Wikipedia - Network management -- the dicipline of administering and managing computer networks
Wikipedia - NetworkManager
Wikipedia - Network mapping -- Study of a computer network's physical connections
Wikipedia - Network media
Wikipedia - Network model
Wikipedia - Network monitoring
Wikipedia - Network motif -- Type of sub-graph
Wikipedia - Network neuroscience
Wikipedia - Network neutrality
Wikipedia - Network News Transfer Protocol -- Computer network protocol
Wikipedia - Network node
Wikipedia - Network Norwich -- Bus service
Wikipedia - Network of Buddhist Organisations -- British ecumenical body
Wikipedia - Network of Concerned Anthropologists
Wikipedia - Network of Excellence for Functional Biomaterials -- Multidisciplinary research centre at NUI Galway, Ireland
Wikipedia - Network of Workstations
Wikipedia - Network on a chip
Wikipedia - Network One -- American television network
Wikipedia - Network operating system -- Computer software for running local area networks
Wikipedia - Network packet -- Formatted unit of data carried by a packet-switched network
Wikipedia - Network performance management
Wikipedia - Network performance
Wikipedia - Network planning and design
Wikipedia - Network (play) -- Play by Lee Hall, adapted from the 1976 film of the same name
Wikipedia - Network port
Wikipedia - Network processor
Wikipedia - Network protocols
Wikipedia - Network protocol
Wikipedia - Network Rail -- State-owned company that manages rail infrastructure in Great Britain
Wikipedia - Network routing
Wikipedia - Network scheduler
Wikipedia - Network science
Wikipedia - Network Security Services
Wikipedia - Network Security Toolkit
Wikipedia - Network Security
Wikipedia - Network security -- Computer network access control
Wikipedia - Network segmentation
Wikipedia - Network segment
Wikipedia - Network service -- Application running at the network application layer and above
Wikipedia - Network simplex algorithm
Wikipedia - Network simulation
Wikipedia - Network Simulator
Wikipedia - Network society
Wikipedia - Network socket -- Endpoint of network communications
Wikipedia - Network Solutions
Wikipedia - Network SouthEast -- Former passenger sector of British Rail, created in 1982
Wikipedia - Networks Party -- Venezuelan political party
Wikipedia - Network stack
Wikipedia - Network surveillance
Wikipedia - Network switch
Wikipedia - Network telescope
Wikipedia - Network theory -- Study of graphs as a representation of relations between discrete objects
Wikipedia - Network Time Protocol -- Standard protocol for synchronizing time across devices
Wikipedia - Network topology -- Arrangement of the various elements of a computer network; topological structure of a network and may be depicted physically or logically
Wikipedia - Network traffic control
Wikipedia - Network traffic
Wikipedia - Network transparency
Wikipedia - Network Utility
Wikipedia - Network Virtualization using Generic Routing Encapsulation
Wikipedia - Network virtualization -- combining hardware and software network resources and network functionality into a single administrative entity
Wikipedia - Network Voice Protocol -- Pioneering VoIP protocol, first implemented in 1973, now obsolete
Wikipedia - Network World
Wikipedia - NetworkX
Wikipedia - Neural circuit -- Network or circuit of neurons
Wikipedia - Neural gas -- Artificial neural network
Wikipedia - Neural network (disambiguation)
Wikipedia - Neural Network Exchange Format -- artificial neural network data exchange format
Wikipedia - Neural Network Intelligence
Wikipedia - Neural Networks (journal)
Wikipedia - Neural network software
Wikipedia - Neural networks
Wikipedia - Neural Network
Wikipedia - Neural network
Wikipedia - Neuroevolution -- Form of artificial intelligence that uses evolutionary algorithms to generate artificial neural networks
Wikipedia - Neuronal network
Wikipedia - Neutral network (evolution) -- A set of genes all related by point mutations that have equivalent function or fitness
Wikipedia - Newbridge Networks -- Defunct Canadian voice and data networking company
Wikipedia - New Cult Awareness Network -- Organization
Wikipedia - New Evangelization Television -- American Catholic television network
Wikipedia - New Hampshire PBS -- PBS member network serving New Hampshire
Wikipedia - New Jersey Network -- Former public broadcaster in New Jersey, United States
Wikipedia - New Leaf (Scheer) -- Artwork by Lisa Scheer
Wikipedia - News 12 Networks
Wikipedia - Newsbytes News Network
Wikipedia - News Channel Nebraska -- Network of television and radio stations in Nebraska, United States
Wikipedia - News Feed -- Feature of the social network Facebook
Wikipedia - NewsNet -- News-oriented digital broadcast television network
Wikipedia - New South Wales Legislative Assembly -- One of the two chambers of the Parliament of New South Wales
Wikipedia - NewSport -- Former American cable sports news network
Wikipedia - Newsworld International -- American news television network
Wikipedia - New Urban Entertainment -- American cable television network
Wikipedia - New World PCS -- Mobile network operator (MNO) of Hong Kong
Wikipedia - New Zealand state highway network -- Administered by the NZ Transport Agency
Wikipedia - Nextdoor -- Social networking service for neighborhoods
Wikipedia - Next generation network
Wikipedia - Next-generation network
Wikipedia - NextWorth -- Electronics trade-in and recycling service
Wikipedia - Nicira Networks
Wikipedia - Nickelodeon (Dutch TV channel) -- Television network in the Netherlands
Wikipedia - Nickelodeon (Philippine TV channel) -- Television network in the Philippines
Wikipedia - Nickelodeon (Spanish and Portuguese TV channel) -- Television network in The Iberian Peninsulal
Wikipedia - Nick Jr. (Dutch TV channel) -- Dutch pay television network
Wikipedia - Nick Jr. (Indian TV channel) -- Indian pay television network
Wikipedia - Nicole R. Fleetwood -- American academic
Wikipedia - Night of Champions (2014) -- 2014 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - Night of Champions (2015) -- 2015 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - Niigata Television Network 21 -- TV station in Niigata Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Nikesh Arora -- Indian American business executive and CEO of Palo Alto Networks
Wikipedia - Nilkantheswar railway station -- Railway station on the East Coast Railway network in India
Wikipedia - Nine Network -- Australian television network
Wikipedia - Nippon News Network -- Japanese commercial television network
Wikipedia - Nippon TV -- Japanese television network
Wikipedia - Nirakarpur railway station -- Railway station on the East Coast Railway network in India
Wikipedia - Nite Owl -- Name of two fictional superheroes in the comic book limited series Watchmen
Wikipedia - NJTV -- PBS member network in New Jersey
Wikipedia - NK.pl -- Polish social networking service
Wikipedia - Nmap -- Network scanner
Wikipedia - NOAA Weather Radio -- 24-hour network of VHF FM weather radio stations in the United States
Wikipedia - Noalmark Broadcasting Corporation -- American radio network
Wikipedia - Noctuidae -- Type of moths commonly known as owlet moths, cutworms or armyworms
Wikipedia - Node (networking)
Wikipedia - Nokia network monitor -- Feature on Nokia mobile phones
Wikipedia - Nokia Networks -- Multinational data networking and telecommunications equipment company
Wikipedia - No Mercy (2016) -- 2016 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - No Mercy (2017) -- 2017 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - Nominalism -- Philosophical view with two varieties
Wikipedia - Nomological network -- A representation of concepts and relationships between concepts
Wikipedia - Non-Euclidean geometry -- Two geometries based on axioms closely related to those specifying Euclidean geometry
Wikipedia - Noor TV Afghanistan -- Television network in Afghanistan
Wikipedia - Noovo -- Canadian French-language television network
Wikipedia - NordVPN -- Virtual private network provider
Wikipedia - Norma Cox Astwood -- Bermudian clinical psychologist
Wikipedia - Nortel Networks
Wikipedia - Nortel -- Multinational telecommunications and networking equipment manufacturer
Wikipedia - North Country Public Radio -- Public radio network in northern New York, United States
Wikipedia - Northern Powerhouse Rail -- Proposed railway network in the North of England
Wikipedia - Northern Public Radio -- Public radio network serving northern Illinois
Wikipedia - Northern Television -- Defunct two-station network in northern British Columbia, Canada
Wikipedia - North Island -- The northern of the two main islands of New Zealand
Wikipedia - North Saskatchewan River valley parks system -- Urban park network in Edmonton, Alberta
Wikipedia - North South MRT line -- Rapid transit line of the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) network in Singapore
Wikipedia - Northwell Health -- Private Nonprofit Healthcare Network in Long Island, New York, United States
Wikipedia - Northwestern Medicine -- Health network based in Illinois
Wikipedia - Norwegian Wikipedia -- Two of the Norwegian-language editions of Wikipedia
Wikipedia - Notes (Apple) -- Combination of two software applications developed by Apple Inc
Wikipedia - Notre Dame Broadcasting Corporation -- Philippine media network
Wikipedia - No Two Alike
Wikipedia - Nova24TV -- Slovenian television network and website
Wikipedia - Nova Geracao de Televisao -- Brazilian television network
Wikipedia - NOYZ -- American television network
Wikipedia - NPL Data Communications Network
Wikipedia - NPL network
Wikipedia - NTA Film Network -- Early American television network
Wikipedia - Ntopng -- Free software for monitoring traffic on a computer network
Wikipedia - NTP server misuse and abuse -- Practices which cause damage or degradation to a Network Time Protocol server
Wikipedia - Nuclear matrix -- Dense, fibrillar protein network throughout the inside of a cell nucleus
Wikipedia - Nuclear reaction -- Process in which two nuclei collide to produce one or more nuclides
Wikipedia - Nueve (Mexican TV network) -- Mexican television network
Wikipedia - Nueve (Spanish TV channel) -- Spanish television network
Wikipedia - Nurayn-i-Nayyirayn -- Two Iranian Baha'is, brothers
Wikipedia - Nutriskwela Community Radio -- Philippine radio network
Wikipedia - NXT Arrival -- 2014 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver (2014) -- 2014 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver 31 -- 2020 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn 4 -- 2018 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III -- 2017 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn II -- 2016 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn -- 2015 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: Chicago II -- 2018 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: Chicago -- 2017 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: Dallas -- 2016 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: Fatal 4-Way -- 2014 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: In Your House -- 2020 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: London -- 2015 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: New Orleans -- 2018 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: New York -- 2019 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: Orlando -- 2017 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: Philadelphia -- 2018 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: Phoenix -- 2019 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: Portland -- 2020 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: Respect -- 2015 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: R Evolution -- 2014 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: Rival -- 2015 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: San Antonio -- 2017 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: Tampa Bay -- 2020 WWE Network event; cancelled due to COVID-19
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: The End -- 2016 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: Toronto (2016) -- 2016 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: Toronto (2019) -- 2019 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: Unstoppable -- 2015 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: WarGames (2017) -- 2017 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: WarGames (2018) -- 2018 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: WarGames (2019) -- 2019 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: WarGames (2020) -- 2020 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver -- WWE Network event series
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver: XXV -- 2019 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT TakeOver XXX -- 2020 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool II -- 2020 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool -- 2019 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT UK TakeOver: Cardiff -- 2019 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT UK TakeOver: Dublin -- 2020 WWE Network event
Wikipedia - NXT UK TakeOver -- WWE Network event series
Wikipedia - NYC Media -- Online media network
Wikipedia - NYC Mesh -- Mesh network
Wikipedia - Nynorsk -- One of two official written standards for the Norwegian language
Wikipedia - O3b Networks -- Network service provider
Wikipedia - Ocean Network Express -- Singaporean container shipping company
Wikipedia - Ocean Networks Canada
Wikipedia - Ocean Observatories Initiative -- A program that focuses the work of an emerging network of science driven ocean observing systems
Wikipedia - Odds ratio -- Statistic quantifying the association between two events
Wikipedia - Odigo Messenger -- Defunct social networking service
Wikipedia - Off the Air (TV series) -- American anthology television series on Cartoon Network
Wikipedia - Ogelle -- Video-sharing service owned by Reddot Television Network
Wikipedia - Ohel (Chabad-Lubavitch) -- Open-air structure of graves of the last two Lubavitcher Rebbes in New York City, USA
Wikipedia - Ohio River Bridges Project -- Project to add two new bridges over the Ohio River at Louisville and reconstruct Interstate highway interchanges
Wikipedia - Ohm's law -- Law according to which the current through a conductor between two points is directly proportional to the voltage across the two points
Wikipedia - Ohr Avner Chabad Day School -- Chabad school network
Wikipedia - Ohr Avner Foundation -- Russian Jewish education network
Wikipedia - Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals -- One of the two highest judicial bodies in the U.S. state of Oklahoma
Wikipedia - Oklahoma Educational Television Authority -- PBS member network in Oklahoma
Wikipedia - Oklahoma Supreme Court -- One of the two highest judicial bodies in the U.S. state of Oklahoma
Wikipedia - Old American Songs -- Two sets of songs arranged by Aaron Copland in 1950 and 1952
Wikipedia - Old and New Lights -- Term used by Protestant Christians to distinguish between two groups who were the same, but have come to disagree
Wikipedia - Old boy network -- Private school alumni social connections
Wikipedia - Old Colony Library Network
Wikipedia - Old Paths Radio Network -- Radio network in North Carolina, United States
Wikipedia - Oligosaccharide -- A saccharide polymer containing a small number (typically two to ten) of simple sugars (monosaccharides)
Wikipedia - Oljath -- Queen consort to two successive kings of Georgia
Wikipedia - OLN -- Canadian television network
Wikipedia - Omid-e-Iran OITN -- Iranian television network in California, United States
Wikipedia - Omnidirectional treadmill -- Treadmill which can convey objects in two dimensions
Wikipedia - ONAP -- Open source networking project
Wikipedia - One 31 -- Thai television network
Wikipedia - One America News Network -- American far-right pay television news channel
Wikipedia - One- and two-tailed tests
Wikipedia - One by Two (2014 film) -- 2014 film by Devika Bhagat
Wikipedia - One country, two systems -- Constitutional principle of the People's Republic of China
Wikipedia - One-horse shay -- Light, covered two-wheeled carriage for two persons, drawn by a single horse
Wikipedia - One Life and Two Trails -- 1997 film
Wikipedia - One Man, Two Guvnors -- Play by Richard Bean, first performed in 2011
Wikipedia - OnePath Network -- Australian Islamic media outlet
Wikipedia - One Sports (TV channel) -- Philippine sports television network
Wikipedia - One, Two, Buckle My Shoe (novel) -- 1940 Poirot novel by Agatha Christie
Wikipedia - One, Two, Buckle My Shoe -- English-language nursery rhyme
Wikipedia - One Two Jaga -- 2018 Malaysian film directed by Namron
Wikipedia - One, Two, Many -- 2008 film by Michael DeLorenzo
Wikipedia - One, Two, Three, Four, Five -- Traditional song
Wikipedia - One Two Three... Infinity -- Book by George Gamow
Wikipedia - One, Two, Three -- 1961 film by Billy Wilder
Wikipedia - One, Two, Two : 122, rue de Provence -- 1978 film by Christian Gion
Wikipedia - One-Two-Two -- Brothel in Paris
Wikipedia - Online book -- Electronic publication available over a network
Wikipedia - On the Threshold of Liberty -- Two paintings by RenM-CM-) Magritte
Wikipedia - ON TV (TV network) -- American subscription television service
Wikipedia - On Two Fronts: Latinos & Vietnam -- (PBS) documentary by producer Mylene Moreno
Wikipedia - Onward Brass Band -- Name of two brass bands in New Orleans
Wikipedia - Op5 Monitor -- Computer system and network monitoring application software
Wikipedia - OpenAI Five -- Dota 2 bots trained with deep neural networks
Wikipedia - Open and Free Technology Community -- Internet Relay Chat (IRC) network
Wikipedia - Open Architecture Network
Wikipedia - Open Invention Network
Wikipedia - Open Network Computing Remote Procedure Call
Wikipedia - Open Networking Foundation
Wikipedia - Open Neural Network Exchange
Wikipedia - OpenNMS -- Open-source network monitoring software
Wikipedia - OpenNTPD -- OpenBSD Network Time Protocol daemon
Wikipedia - Open protein structure annotation network
Wikipedia - Open Root Server Network
Wikipedia - Open Shortest Path First -- routing protocol for IP networks
Wikipedia - OpenSolaris Network Virtualization and Resource Control
Wikipedia - Open Transport -- Apple implementation of System V STREAMS networking stack
Wikipedia - Open Universities Australia -- Network of Australian universities offering distance education
Wikipedia - OpenVPN -- free and open-source virtual private network software
Wikipedia - Oprah Winfrey Network (Canadian TV channel) -- Canadian TV channel
Wikipedia - Optical contact bonding -- Process whereby two closely conformal surfaces are held together by intermolecular forces.
Wikipedia - Optical mesh network
Wikipedia - Optical networking
Wikipedia - Optical neural network
Wikipedia - Optical Transport Network
Wikipedia - Opto-isolator -- Insulates two circuits from one another while allowing signals to pass through in one direction
Wikipedia - Orbit Communications Company -- Privately owned Pay TV network
Wikipedia - Oregon Public Broadcasting -- PBS and NPR member networks in Oregon
Wikipedia - Organised crime in India -- Name given to the organization crime network of India
Wikipedia - Organizational network analysis
Wikipedia - Origenist Crises -- Two major theological controversies in early Christianity involving the teachings of followers of the third-century theologian Origen of Alexandria
Wikipedia - Original programming -- First-run television programs produced by and for a network or streaming platform
Wikipedia - ORION (research and education network)
Wikipedia - Orkut -- Social networking website owned and operated by Google
Wikipedia - Oromia Broadcasting Network -- Oromo language television station
Wikipedia - Oromia Media Network -- Oromo-language television channel
Wikipedia - Orthographic ligature -- Glyph combining two or more letterforms in a single typeset or handwritten character
Wikipedia - O Shopping -- Home shopping network in the Philippines
Wikipedia - OSN Sports -- Pan Arab network of sports channels
Wikipedia - Other Worlds, Universe Science Fiction, and Science Stories -- Two related US science fiction magazines
Wikipedia - Outer House -- One of the two parts of the Scottish Court of Session
Wikipedia - Outfest -- Non-profit that produces two Annual film festivals held in Los Angeles, California, and digitally on its streaming platform OutfestNow. USA
Wikipedia - Outwood Academy Carlton -- Academy in South Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Outwood Academy City -- Academy in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Outwood Grange Academy -- Academy in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Outwood railway station -- Railway station in West Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Outwood, Wakefield -- Settlement in West Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Outwork -- Type of fortification
Wikipedia - Overlay network
Wikipedia - Overmyer Network -- Former U.S. television network
Wikipedia - Overstrike -- Technique of printing two characters atop one another
Wikipedia - Over-the-counter (finance) -- Trading done directly between two parties
Wikipedia - Owned-and-operated station -- Broadcast network station owned by the network instead of affiliating
Wikipedia - Owned-and-operated television stations in the United States -- U.S. television stations owned by their own broadcast networks
Wikipedia - Oxygen (TV network) -- American television channel
Wikipedia - P2P caching -- Computer network traffic management technology
Wikipedia - Pac-12 Network -- College sports television network
Wikipedia - Pacific-North American teleconnection pattern -- A large-scale weather pattern with two modes which relates the atmospheric circulation pattern over the North Pacific Ocean with the one over the North American continent
Wikipedia - Pacific Tsunami Warning Center -- One of two tsunami warning centers that are operated by NOAA, located on Ford Island, Hawaii
Wikipedia - Packet forwarding -- the relaying of packets from one network segment to another
Wikipedia - Packet network
Wikipedia - Packet switched network
Wikipedia - Packet-switched network
Wikipedia - Packet switching -- Method of grouping data transmitted over a digital network into packets
Wikipedia - Page Two (EP) -- Extended play by Twice
Wikipedia - Pahawh Hmong -- Indigenous semi-syllabic script, invented to write two Hmong languages
Wikipedia - Palace East railway station -- Station and railway network junction in Ireland
Wikipedia - Palo Alto Networks -- American technology company
Wikipedia - Panamericana Television -- Peruvian television network
Wikipedia - Pan-American Highway -- Network of roads of the Americas
Wikipedia - Pancha-Dravida -- One of the two major groupings of Brahmins
Wikipedia - Pancha-Gauda -- One of the two major groupings of Brahmins
Wikipedia - Pando Networks
Wikipedia - Pandora FMS -- Software for monitoring computer networks
Wikipedia - Pan-European Network Service
Wikipedia - Parable of the Two Debtors
Wikipedia - Paradise for Two (1927 film) -- 1927 film
Wikipedia - Parallax -- Difference in the apparent position of an object viewed along two different lines of sight
Wikipedia - Parallel (operator) -- parallel addition operator in network theory and engineering
Wikipedia - Paramount Network (Spanish TV channel) -- Spanish pay television network
Wikipedia - Paramount Network -- American television channel
Wikipedia - Paramount Television Service -- Unrealized American television network
Wikipedia - Paranoia Network
Wikipedia - Parapivot -- An installation of two sculptures by Alicja Kwade
Wikipedia - Park Connector Network -- network of park/greenspace connecting paths in Singapore
Wikipedia - Parler -- American microblogging and social networking service
Wikipedia - Parliamentary Broadcasting Unit -- Kenyan terrestrial television network
Wikipedia - Partition of Ireland -- Division of the island of Ireland into two jurisdictions
Wikipedia - Party for Two -- 2004 single by Shania Twain
Wikipedia - Party leaders of the House of Representatives of Puerto Rico -- Two Puerto Rican Representatives who are elected
Wikipedia - Passengers per hour per direction -- Measure of capacity of a transportation network
Wikipedia - Passive optical network -- Telecommunications technology used to provide fiber to the end consumer
Wikipedia - Pat Eastwood -- South African figure skater
Wikipedia - Path (social network) -- Social network
Wikipedia - Patricia Wentworth -- British crime fiction writer
Wikipedia - Paul Attwood -- British bobsledder
Wikipedia - Paul Chitwood -- American Baptist minister
Wikipedia - Paul Wentworth -- 16th-century English politician
Wikipedia - Payback (2014) -- 2014 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - Payback (2015) -- 2015 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - Payback (2016) -- 2016 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - Payback (2017) -- 2017 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - Payback (2020) -- 2020 WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network event
Wikipedia - PBS -- Public television network in the United States
Wikipedia - PBS Wisconsin -- PBS member network serving Wisconsin, United States
Wikipedia - Peace TV Chinese -- Chinese-language Islamic television network
Wikipedia - Peach (social network) -- Social media app
Wikipedia - PEC Broadcasting Corporation -- Philippine radio network
Wikipedia - Peconic Bay -- The parent name for two bays between the North Fork and South Fork of Long Island in the U.S. state of New York
Wikipedia - Peer-to-peer file sharing -- Data distribution using P2P networking technology.
Wikipedia - Peer-to-peer networking
Wikipedia - Peer-to-peer network
Wikipedia - Peer-to-peer -- Type of decentralized and distributed network architecture
Wikipedia - Pelkermeer Saltworks -- Saltworks on Bonaire in the Dutch Caribbean
Wikipedia - Pelmorex Radio Network -- Former radio network in northern Ontario, Canada
Wikipedia - Penetration test -- Method of evaluating computer and network security by simulating a cyber attack
Wikipedia - People's Television Network -- State television network in the Philippines
Wikipedia - Perennial plant -- Plant that lives for more than two years
Wikipedia - Performance art -- Artwork created through actions of an artist or other participants
Wikipedia - Performance Racing Network -- American radio network covering motor racing events
Wikipedia - Periodicity of solar eclipses -- Interval between two solar eclipses
Wikipedia - Perion Network -- Israel-based ad-tech company
Wikipedia - Perpendicular -- Relationship between two lines that meet at a right angle (90 degrees)
Wikipedia - Persian Broadcasting Company -- Persian-American television network
Wikipedia - Personal area network -- Computer network centered on an individual person's workspace
Wikipedia - Personal knowledge networking
Wikipedia - Personal network
Wikipedia - Perth Canyon Marine Park -- Australian marine park in the South-west Marine Parks network
Wikipedia - Peru Two -- British drug traffickers
Wikipedia - Petal and Blosm -- Team of two American graffiti artists and activists
Wikipedia - Petals Network -- Floristry company
Wikipedia - Peter B. Bennett -- medical researcher and founder of the Divers Alert Network
Wikipedia - Peter Wentworth -- 16th-century English politician
Wikipedia - Petropavlovsky District -- One of two districts in Russia
Wikipedia - Pet Sematary Two -- 1992 film by Mary Lambert
Wikipedia - Phase detector -- Circuit that generates a voltage signal which represents the difference in phase between two signal inputs
Wikipedia - Phi coefficient -- Statistical measure of association for two binary variables
Wikipedia - Philadelphia Media Network
Wikipedia - Philippine Broadcasting Service -- Philippine state-owned radio network
Wikipedia - Phishing -- Act of attempting to acquire sensitive information by posing as a trustworthy entity
Wikipedia - Phoebe Atwood Taylor -- American writer
Wikipedia - Phosphate glass -- Phosphor oxide based glass in which SiO2 is replaced by P2O5 as network former
Wikipedia - Photon mapping -- Two-pass global illumination rendering algorithm
Wikipedia - Phylogenetic network
Wikipedia - Physical layer -- the lowest-level electronic or optical transmission functions of a network
Wikipedia - Physical neural network
Wikipedia - PHY -- Integrated circuit required to implement physical layer functions of the OSI model in a network interface controller
Wikipedia - Picaria -- Two-player abstract strategy game from the Zuni Native American Indians or Pueblo Indians
Wikipedia - PickMe -- Peer-to-peer ridesharing, food delivery, and transportation network company in Sri Lanka
Wikipedia - Picotee -- Type of flowers of two different colors
Wikipedia - PicsArt -- Image editing, collage and drawing application and a social network
Wikipedia - Piczo -- Company in San Francisco, California that ran a social networking and blogging website for teens, 2003-2012
Wikipedia - Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park and Mortuary -- Cemetery in Los Angeles, California, US
Wikipedia - Pigeonhole principle -- If there are more items than boxes holding them, one box must contain at least two items
Wikipedia - Pilgrim Radio -- Christian radio network in Nevada, Wyoming, Montana, and California
Wikipedia - Pimp My Ride UK -- British reality TV show hosted by Tim Westwood
Wikipedia - Pin and hanger assembly -- Assembly used to connect two plate girders of a bridge
Wikipedia - Pinch (action) -- Action performed by gripping smooth object between two fingers
Wikipedia - Pinghua -- Two varieties of Chinese spoken mostly by the Zhuang people of southern China
Wikipedia - Ping (networking utility) -- Computer network administration utility used to test the reachability of a host
Wikipedia - Pingtung line -- One of the two partially double-track railway in Taiwan along with South-link line.
Wikipedia - Piotr Potworowski -- Polish painter and designer
Wikipedia - Pirate attacks on Fuerteventura in 1740 -- Two attacks by English privateers on the Canary island
Wikipedia - Pi-system -- A non-empty family of sets where the intersection of any two members is again a member.
Wikipedia - Pittsburgh Steelers Radio Network -- Sports radio network
Wikipedia - Planarian -- Flatworms of the Turbellaria class
Wikipedia - Plane (geometry) -- Flat two-dimensional surface
Wikipedia - PlanetRomeo -- Social network, instant messaging and dating community
Wikipedia - Plant to plant communication via mycorrhizal networks -- Connections through mycorrhizal networks that facilitate communication between plants
Wikipedia - Plasma protein binding -- Interacting selectively and non-covalently with any protein or protein complex (a complex of two or more proteins that may include other nonprotein molecules).
Wikipedia - Plateau Mountain (New York) -- High Peak of New York's Catskill Mountains with two-mile (3.2 km) summit ridge
Wikipedia - Platoon -- Military unit size, usually composed of two or more squads or equivalent units
Wikipedia - Playboy TV -- American premium television network
Wikipedia - Playdom -- defunct online social network game developer
Wikipedia - Play Misty for Me -- 1971 film by Clint Eastwood
Wikipedia - PlayStation Network -- Online multiplayer gaming and digital media delivery service
Wikipedia - Plesiomorphy and symplesiomorphy -- An ancestral character or trait state shared by two or more taxa
Wikipedia - Plurinationalism -- Coexistence of two or more sealed or preserved national groups within a polity
Wikipedia - Pneumatic (Gnosticism) -- In Gnosticism, the highest order of humans, the other two orders being psychics and hylics ("matter")
Wikipedia - Poacher (film) -- 2018 short film directed by Tom Whitworth
Wikipedia - Pocket beach -- Small beach between two headlands
Wikipedia - PodcastOne -- Podcast network
Wikipedia - Poems, in Two Volumes
Wikipedia - Poietic Generator -- Social network game played on a two-dimensional matrix
Wikipedia - Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol -- Computer network protocol
Wikipedia - PokM-CM-)mon: Mewtwo Strikes Back-Evolution -- Japanese CGI animated film
Wikipedia - Polar coordinate system -- Two-dimensional coordinate system where each point is determined by a distance from reference point and an angle from a reference direction
Wikipedia - Pole, Hungarian, two good friends
Wikipedia - Polskie Radio Program IV -- Polish digital radio network
Wikipedia - Polyopisthocotylea -- A subclass of parasitic flatworms in the class Monogenea
Wikipedia - Polyphony (Weiner) -- Artwork by Egon Weiner
Wikipedia - Polyploidy -- the condition of having more than two paired sets of chromosomes
Wikipedia - Polyp (zoology) -- One of two forms found in the phylum Cnidaria (zoology)
Wikipedia - Polytechnic Foundation of Cotabato and Asia -- Philippine radio network
Wikipedia - Pontiac Solstice -- Two seat sports car model
Wikipedia - Pope's Worldwide Prayer Network
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Wikipedia - Portal:Cartoon Network
Wikipedia - Portals network programming api
Wikipedia - Port (computer networking) -- Communications endpoint in an operating system
Wikipedia - Portmanteau -- Word blending the sounds and combining the meanings of two others
Wikipedia - Portrait Diptych of Durer's Parents -- Two late-15th century portrait panels by Albrecht Durer
Wikipedia - Portrait of Dr. Gachet -- Series of two paintings by Vincent van Gogh
Wikipedia - Portraits of Odaenathus -- Artwork identified by modern scholars as representing king Odaenathus of Palmyra
Wikipedia - Portuguese man o' war -- One of two species in the genus Physalia
Wikipedia - Positiv -- American Christian television network
Wikipedia - Post-Attack Command and Control System -- Former US network of ground and airborne communication sites for use before, during and after a nuclear attack on the United States
Wikipedia - Postmedia Network -- Canadian media company
Wikipedia - Postpartum psychosis -- Rare psychiatric emergency beginning suddenly in the first two weeks after childbirth
Wikipedia - Post-World War II anti-fascism -- History of movements and networks opposing fascism after WWII
Wikipedia - Pournelle chart -- Two-dimensional coordinate system which can be used to distinguish political ideologies
Wikipedia - Power network design (IC)
Wikipedia - Power of two (disambiguation)
Wikipedia - Power of two -- Two raised to an integer power
Wikipedia - Prairie Public Radio -- Public radio network serving North Dakota, United States
Wikipedia - Prairie Public Television -- PBS member network serving North Dakota, United States
Wikipedia - Prambors FM -- Indonesian commercial radio network
Wikipedia - Prateep Pinitwong -- Thai judoka
Wikipedia - Prayz Network -- Christian radio network in Wisconsin, United States
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Wikipedia - Preferred Health Network -- healthcare service provider and medical facility manager
Wikipedia - Premenstrual syndrome -- Emotional and physical symptoms that occur in the one to two weeks before a menstrual period.
Wikipedia - Premiere Networks -- American radio network
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