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Definition of the noun Phenom
What does Phenom mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: phenoms
- Someone or something that is phenomenal, especially a young player in sports like baseball, American football, basketball, tennis, and golf
- One who is hip and fashionable
- Phenom is an American sitcom about a tennis wunderkind that aired on ABC from September 14, 1993 to May 10, 1994. The series stars Angela Goethals, Judith Light, and William Devane.
- "Phenom" is a film, directed by David Anspaugh.
- Phenom is a song by American rapper Xzibit. The song was produced by Risingson, it features Kurupt and 40 Glocc. It was released May 25 in iTunes. The music video was released the same day as the single and features cameos from Young De, Scoop DeVille and Xzibit's brother Jason. The video was directed by Matt Alonzo.
- "Phenom" is a musical single of NeXuS.
- released on (6 years ago)
- "Phenom" is a musical EP of Iris.
- "Phenom" is the 2010 single by Xzibit.
- released on (5 years ago)
Who is Phenom?
Phenom a.k.a. Phil Lander is an actor.
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Phenom was a progressive rock group from Bangalore, India, notable for being one of the first Indian rock groups to release their work under a Creative Commons license. Phenom last performed in concert on July 29, 2006.
Phenom is by far the fastest electron microscope originally developed by the engineering whizz kids from Philips and FEI in Eindhoven and further developed by Phenom-World. Phenom is a small, table-top sized Scanning Electron Microscope, with unique navigation due to the combination of optical and electron-optical images: The optical image enables a "Neverlost" function: You can always navigate to any point on the sample, by simply pointing to any position on the optical image. Sample loading takes place in 4 seconds and only 30 seconds into the vacuum space via rapid transfer technology. The system user interface is controlled with a touch screen. No SEM experience is required for users to achieve magnifications of up to 100,000 times with a resolution of down to 15 nm. An optional fully integrated X-ray analysis system, operated in the famous and simple "Phenom-way" shows the user in just seconds what the sample is made of.
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Phenom
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N, O, P Versability (2015)
by Roger J. Maderia
A phenom is a marvelous phenomenon. A pariah is an outcast in disgrace.
Ambient Intelligence (2006)
A Novel Paradigm by Gian Luca Foresti, Tim Ellis
Phenom is a home-oriented long-term research project, which aims at creating an environment that shows a context aware behaviour. At the Georgia Institute of Technology a long term research group is developing a project called The Aware ...
by Penny Duquenoy, Simon Jones, Barry G. Blundell
The project is described as follows: PHENOM is a long-term company research project, which aims at creating an environment that is aware of the identity, location and intention of its ...
The Scoop (1915)
phenom is an Englishman fresh from Dear Old London, and is booster- in-chief of the fame of Mrs. Evelyn Gavin, granddaughter of the Earl of Harrowby, slayeress of big game, tennis player and sportswoman in general. Said English ...
" Actions and [ lacs—Phenom is an antiseptic and germicide, bring in the latter respect fifteen to sixteen times stronger than phenol. It is stated to be non-caustic, non-irritant and, ...
Phenomenon, fēnom′enon, n. an appearance: the appearancewhichanything makesto ourconsciousness, as distinguishedfrom whatitis in itself:an observed result:a remarkable or unusualperson,thing,or appearance: —pl.Phenom′ena.
by Alan Hastings, Louis Gross
taBle 1 Classification of models discussed in the text model spatial scale temporal scale Phenom. or mechanistic Descriptive or Predictive...
Patch Annual Phenom.
by Paul Dickson
phenom A highly touted rookie; a rookie who gets off to a spectacular start at the beginning of ...
by Zerong Wang
Phenom., 16 (1) , 1–23. Koenig, M.F. and Grant, J.T. (1984) Deconvolution in X-ray photoelectron ...
Dictionary of the Mathematical and Physical Sciences, According to the Latest Improvements and Discoveries (1823)
by James Mitchell
phenom;. which does not take 3 place at other times. This cannot be the mere heat of the weather, for we have often a long tract of hot weather without any thunder; and besides, though not common, thunder is sometimes heard in the winter ...
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Scrabble value of P3H4E1N1O1M3
The value of this 6-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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