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Atide

Place

ATIDE is an Aviation waypoint.

  • also known as fix ATIDE, ATIDE waypoint, waypoint ATIDE, ATIDE fix

Music

  1. "Atide" is an opera in three acts by Josef Mysliveček set to a libretto by Tomaso Stanzani that is based on Greek legends about Atys, an ancient king of Lydia. Stanzani's libretto is based on an earlier libretto by Philippe Quinault that was originally set by Jean-Baptiste Lully as Atys in 1676. The opera Atide belong to the serious type in Italian language referred to as opera seria.
  2. "Atide" is a musical album of JJC & 419 Squad.
    • released on (11 years ago)

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Google previewThe New Practical Navigator (1800)

by John Hamilton Moore

ATIDE is that motion of the water in the feas and rivers, by which they regularly rife and fall : the general caufe of which was difcoveredby.Sir Isaac NEwTON,and is deduced from the following confiderations > Daily experience fhews, that all bodies, when thrown upwards from the earth, fall down to its fufface in perpendicular lines ; and as lines perpendicular to the furface of any fphere tend towards its centre, the lines, along which all heavy bodies fall, muft be directed towards the ...

Google previewHand-book for central Europe (1845)

Atide is a large bourg, built chiefly of black marble, which gives it a dismal appearance. The salines, or salt works, are at a little distance from the town ; the graduation house is nine hundred feet long j the water ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Financial Models, 3 Volume Set (2012)

by Frank J. Fabozzi

7The resultsindicate that DDM valueis a poor indicator ofa stock's abilityto withstand atide of receding market prices. The regression coefficient in thefirst column indicatesthat a portfolio witha onestandarddeviation exposureto DDM value willtend tooutperform by 0.06% whenthe market risesby 1.00% ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Protestantism (2004)

4-volume set by Hans J. Hillerbrand

Thesetwo volumes, together with the changing climate in theblack churches and communities,set off atide of publications among black theologiansand religious scholars. Roberts«s Liberation and Reconciliation (1971) wasnota direct response to Cone«s liberation-only emphasis, although it was perceived by some tobe just that. However, Roberts«s careeras a theologian preceded Cone by atleast a decade. Based atHoward University«s Divinity School, Roberts wasmoved toget ...

Google previewThe Farrier's and Horseman's Complete Dictionary ... The Second Edition (1764)

atide. - Iris neck, fơas to rest the branches of the bridle . A. P. P. A -R-M.

Google previewA dictionary of chemistry (1863)

by Henry Watts

By heat they are decomposed in rather a peculiar manner, yielding a tertiary alkalamide, and a kind of intermediate dialkala- atide, which contains only monatomic radicles : 3(N.CH'. CN.H) - N.(CH»)*.CN + N2.CH'.(CN)'.H« Etbylcyanamide Diethylcyana- Ethyldicyandiamide.

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Scrabble value of A1T1I1D2E1

The value of this 5-letter word is 6 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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