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Bica is the term used in Madeira and Portugal for a "café" that is similar to espresso, but longer than its Italian counterpart and a little bit smoother in taste. This is due to the fact that Portuguese roasting is slightly lighter than the Italian one.
Bica is a fictional character from the 1979 film Les petites fugues.
- Bica a.k.a. bcr is a gene.
- BICA a.k.a. Biologically inspired cognitive architectures was a DARPA project administered by the Information Processing Technology Office which began in 2005 and is designed to create the next generation of Cognitive architecture models of human artificial intelligence. Its first phase ran from September 2005 to around October 2006, and was intended to generate new ideas for biological architectures that could be used to create embodied computational architectures of human intelligence.
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Lonely Planet Pocket Madeira (2015)
by Lonely Planet, Marc Di Duca
A bica is a shot of coffee – an espresso; a garoto is 50% espresso, 50% milk.
Proceedings of the First AGI Conference by Pei Wang
GMU BICA is a perfect match for SRL, because it offers metacognitive abilities based on its built-in theory of mind and the Self concept. Finally, among all practical applications of advanced cognitive architectures developed in artificial ...
Illustrations Of Indian Botany : Or Figures Illustrative Of Each Of The Natural Orders Of Indian Plants, Described In The Author's Prodromus Floræ Peninsulæ Indiæ Orientalis (1840)
by Robert Wight
Bica is a native of America, but has long been naturalized in India, and so completely on the Malabar Coast, that it is now believed to be originally a native of that part of country, it is equally found in the islands of the Eastern Archipelago.
NASA Formal Methods (2016)
8th International Symposium, NFM 2016, Minneapolis, MN, USA, June 7-9, 2016, Proceedings by Sanjai Rayadurgam, Oksana Tkachuk
BICA is a tool that uses a modification of Angluin's L∗ algorithm for minimizing incompletely specified Mealy machines, a known NP-complete problem. If we choose as the left machine A of the composition a machine such that tr(A) ...
by George Dodd, Charles Knight
The Coffee-Tree or Coffea Ara- bica is an evergreen shrub, with oblong pulpy berries, ...
by Bo Beolens, Michael Watkins, Michael Grayson
Anolis bicaorum Köhler 1996 Named after the members of the Bay Island Conservation Association (BICA), Honduras.
Universal Technological Dictionary Or Familiar Explanation of the Terms Used in All Arts and Sciences (1851)
Containing Definitions Drawn from the Original Writers ; in Two Volumes
BICA'PsULAR (Bot.), Lat. bicapsularis having two capsules; an epithet for a flower. BICU'NDA (Nat), a sort of sword fish, about five feet in length. BICE or BISE (Paint.), a blue colour, prepared from the Lapis Armenius; it bears the best body of ...
by Mary Brooks Picken
cubica (kū′bĭkә; cue bica). Fine worsted fabric, similar to SHALLOON. Used chiefly for linings. cubital (kū′bĭtәl; cue bi tal). Sleeve covering arm from wrist to elbow. See SLEEVES. cubitière (F. kübētyêr; koo bee tyare). Piece of ...
Ethnopharmacology and Its Applications by Christian Rätsch
Both the dried leaves and llipta and other alkaline substances (sodium bicarbonate) are sold at markets, herb shops, newspaper stands, and other small shops, usually under the name coca y bica. Three qualities are usually available: regular ...
an Anthology by Samuel Johnson
BICA'PSULAR. adj. [bicapsularis, Lat.] A plant whose seed vessel is divided into two parts. BICE. n.s. The name of a colour used in painting. It is either green or blue. Take green bice, and order it as you do your blue bice, you may diaper upon ...
Chambers's Encyclopaedia (1873)
A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People
ARA'BICA,. a. name. given. to. a. |#. REVELS-REVENUE. REVERBERATORY FURNACE-REVERIE. # the faculty of attention: the mind. exports brandy, wines, nuts, almonds, oil, ...
by Richard Bradshaw, Juan Fandos-Rius
was founded in January 2007 after purchasing the Banque internationale pour la Centrafrique (BICA) ...
by Tatiana Wielgorskaya, Armen Leonovich Takhtadzhi͡an
ara- bica and C. liberica — widely cultivated throughout the tropics Cogniauxia Baill. 1884. Cucurbitaceae. 2 trop. Africa Cogniauxiocharis (Schltr.) Hoehne = Teroglossa Schltr. Orchidaceae Cohnia Kunth ...
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A popular neighbourhood in Lisbon.
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- Elevador da bica
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- Elevador de Bica - Lisboa
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- Book da Bica
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- Bica (seca)
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- Elevador da Bica, Lisbon
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- Elevador da bica
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