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Dagor is a musical group.

  • album: "Black Clouds"

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Google previewHandbook for Professional Communication (2017)

by Hans Gutbrod

DAGOR is a formula that you may find valuable whenever you have to plan a complicated text. Complicated texts are those with more than three separate ideas. Most people can easily structure two or three distinct ideas at a time. Once there ...

Google previewSindarin Dictionary (2013)

by J-M Carpenter

S/430 dagor (ndagor) m. battle. Ety/375, S/430, see also dagorath ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia britannica (1911)

a dictionary of arts, sciences, literature and general information by Hugh Chisholm

Ross-Goerz " Dagor." Series HI. Ross-Goerz. Series IV. " Dagor." It was the first symmetrical anastigmat which combined freedom from astigmatism with flatness of field and great covering power at the large aperture of //7'7 (fig- 35). Both these ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Mongolia (2010)

by Alan J. K. Sanders

Daur (Dahur, Dagor, Daguur): Morin Dawa Daur autonomous banner and Butha banner, Hulunbuir league; Qiqihar (Tsitsihar) area, Heilongjiang Province; and the Tacheng area of Xinjiang (sent by the Qing emperor in 1763 to guard the ...

Google previewThe Focal Encyclopedia of Photography (2013)

by Michael R. Peres

First double anastigmat lens (Dagor) introduced by Goerz. Schumann, V.: Emulsions with negligible gelatin content, sensitive for the extreme ultraviolet. Taylor, H. D.: ...

Google previewA Santali-English dictionary (1899)

by A. R. Campbell

Dagor. Large.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Optical Engineering: Las-Pho, pages 1025-2048 (2003)

by Ronald G. Driggers

Complex systems such as the Celor, Dagor, Dynar, Biotor, ...

Google previewAnglo-Saxon and English Dictionary (1848)

by Joseph Bosworth

Dogor, dagor, es; m. A natural day, day light. — rim, es; m. A daily number, Der. daeg. Dóhte done good, v. dugan. Döhter a daughter, v. déhtor. Dohtig doughty, valiant, v. dihtig, in diht. Dóhton benefited, were kind, homest, v. dugan. Dóhtor; d.

Google previewA Compendious Anglo-Saxon and English Dictionary (1868)

by Joseph Bosworth

Dogor, dagor, es ; m. A natural day, day light.

Google previewAcademic Press Dictionary of Science and Technology (1992)

by Christopher G. Morris, Academic Press

Dagor lens Optics, an astigmatic lens that is composed of two separate systems with three or more lenses that are nearly symmetrical. Daguerre, Louis [da gar'] 1787-1851, French painter and inventor; with Niepce, invented the daguerreotype ...

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