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0 is a prime number
Nombre
                                               

Nombre

Un nombre est un concept permettant d’évaluer et de comparer des quantités ou des rapports de grandeurs, mais aussi d’ordonner des éléments par une numérotation. Souvent écrits à l’aide d’un ou plusieurs chiffres, les nombres interagissent par le biais d’opérations qui sont résumées par des règles de calcul. Les propriétés de ces relations entre les nombres sont l’objet d’étude de l’arithmétique, qui se prolonge avec la théorie des nombres. En l’absence d’une définition générale satisfaisante de cette notion, les mathématiques proposent plusieurs types de nombres pour exprimer des mesures physiques, résoudre des équations, voire pour appréhender l’infini. En physique, les grandeurs sans dimension sont souvent appelées "nombres", tels le nombre de Reynolds en mécanique des fluides ou les nombres quantiques. En dehors de leur utilisation scientifique, plusieurs nombres ont aussi acquis une charge symbolique forte dans les cultures populaires et religieuses.

Tramway de Béthune à Estaires
                                               

Tramway de Béthune à Estaires

Le tramway de Béthune à Estaires surnommé "Maria" est une ancienne ligne de tramway qui a fonctionné entre ces deux villes entre le 3 juin 1899 et le 31 décembre 1932, exploité par la compagnie des Tramways de lArtois.

Estantat
                                               

Estantat

L estantat est le nom donné dans les Landes de Gascogne à la pièce de charpente constituant le chevronnage apparent, particulièrement décoratif, des maisons landaises ou des villas du littoral gascon. Par assimilation, ce terme semploie pour désigner lauvent des maisons landaises.

Maison Estignard
                                               

Maison Estignard

La maison Estignard, également appelée hôtel Fayard ou maison Renaissance, est une maison française implantée à Périgueux dans le département de la Dordogne, en région Nouvelle-Aquitaine. Elle a été édifiée au XVI e siècle.

Refuge des Estagnous
                                               

Refuge des Estagnous

Estagnous est la francisation de ladjectif occitan estanhós en français "stagnant, croupissant", lequel se rapporte à un lieu où se trouvent des nappes deau immobiles.

Estocafic
                                               

Estocafic

L’usage de cuisiner et de consommer de la morue séchée provient de Scandinavie et notamment de Norvège. Et dès le XII e siècle sa consommation se diffusait à toute une Europe chrétienne et carnivore, car outre l’apport nutritionnel, le stockfish cuisiné avec de lhuile dolive permettait de faire Carême en tous lieux et toutes circonstances. La connaissance de la morue séchée par les Niçois, et lhabitude de la cuisiner, datent probablement de l’époque où les navires marchands, en provenance des Flandres et se dirigeant vers les métropoles maritimes de la péninsule italienne, mouillaient leurs ancres à l’abri de la citadelle de Nice et de Villefranche-sur-Mer.

90e méridien est
                                               

90e méridien est

Le 90 e méridien est le méridien situé à égale distance du méridien de Greenwich et du 180 e méridien dans lhémisphère est, en termes de longitude.

145e méridien est
                                               

145e méridien est

En géographie, le 145 e méridien est le méridien joignant les points de la surface de la Terre dont la longitude est égale à 145° est. Il traverse entre autres la Sibérie orientale, lîle japonaise dHokkaido, louest de locéan Pacifique, la Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée, une petite partie de lextrême est de locéan Indien, lest de lAustralie, la Tasmanie et le Territoire antarctique australien.

                                               

Jean Estager

Jean Estager, né le 3 août 1919 et décédé le 9 avril 2002, est un ancien pilote de rallyes français. Sa carrière en sport automobile se déroula entre 1948 aux 12 Heures de Paris sur une Simca et 1961 dernière apparition lors du Tour de France automobile.

                                               

Nico Esterhuize

Nico Esterhuize, né le 5 mars 1984 à Keetmanshoop en Namibie, est un joueur de rugby à XV namibien. Il joue avec léquipe de Namibie depuis 2006, évoluant au poste de deuxième ligne. Il mesure 2.06 m et pèse 103 kg. Il fait partie de la sélection de Namibie sélectionnée pour la coupe du monde 2007 en France.

Discovery Primea
                                               

Discovery Primea

Discovery Primea is a 68-storey mixed-use residential tower and one of the tallest buildings in the Philippines located in Makati along Ayala Avenue. It stands on the former Gilarmi Apartments, one of the earliest urban residential condominiums built in the Makati Central Business District. JTKC, Inc. is the developer of the residential condominium and one of earliest developer of residential condominium units in the Philippines. The latter also owns the Discovery Suites, a service-apartment in the Ortigas Center business district in Mandaluyong.The residential tower was opened in 2015.

                                               

Primergy

PRIMERGY is Fujitsus brand name for x86-architecture designed servers. The brand name "PRIMERGY" incorporates a complete family of servers ranging from single-socket over dual-socket to quad-socket systems. Eight- and more socket systems are branded differently with "PRIMEQUEST" whereas servers of Fujitsu in the UNIX/Mainframe world, also known as SPARC systems, are named "Fujitsu M10" and mainframes "BS2000".

Numberjacks
                                               

Numberjacks

Numberjacks is a British 3D animated childrens television series aimed at 2-to 5-year-olds shown regularly on CBeebies and occasionally on BBC Two. It is produced by Open Mind Productions for the BBC and features a mixture of computer-generated animation and live action.

                                               

Paraul Primejdios

The Paraul Primejdios is a right tributary of the river Cașin in Romania. It flows into the Cașin near Iacobeni. Its length is 14 km and its basin size is 80 km 2.

PrimeBase
                                               

PrimeBase

A number of database related products and projects go under the name of PrimeBase. Classic PrimeBase is a SQL database server developed and maintained by PrimeBase Systems GmbH of Hamburg, Germany. The open source projects "PrimeBase XT Storage Engine for MySQL" and "PrimeBase Media Streaming" engine are supported and funded by PrimeBase Technologies GmbH. The bulk of the PrimeBase SQL Data Server PBDS users are in the print and pre-press industry. This is due to historical reasons and the fact that PBDS features such as efficient BLOB handling and full-text search focus on the requirements of applications in this area. PBDS began life as P.INK SQL in 1990. It was originally developed for the Macintosh by the company P.INK Software Engineering GmbH and Co, in Hamburg. At the time, it was the only SQL server that ran on the Macintosh. In 1992 P.INK Software began porting the database to Unix. In particular, the Sun SPARC workstation and the IBM RS/6000. The database was used as the central component of the P.INK Press Publishing System, which was installed at a number of major newspapers in Germany and worldwide. Following a number of management errors that saw the company grow too fast P.INK Software declared bankruptcy in 1995 when shareholders were unable to agree on the terms for refinancing the company. A number of former employees managed to secure the rights to the P.INK SQL database and in 1996 they founded SNAP Innovation GmbH. Support and development of the database was continued under the name of PrimeBase. By the year 2001 SNAP had added related products to the PrimeBase SQL Data Server including the PrimeBase Replication Server and the PrimeBase Application Server. These products are now all owned and maintained by PrimeBase Systems GmbH. In 2004, SNAP began development of PBXT, the transactional storage engine for MySQL. Drawing on experience gained in the development of the PrimeBase DBMS, SNAP also launched the "Scalable BLOB Streaming Infrastructure for MySQL" project, under which PBMS and the S3 Daemon have been developed. More information is available on these products from the associated web-sites see below. Both of these projects have now been put under the umbrella of the open source company PrimeBase Technologies.

                                               

Beta-primeverosidase

In enzymology, a beta-primeverosidase is an enzyme that catalyzes the chemical reaction a 6-O-beta-D-xylopyranosyl-beta-D-glucopyranoside + H 2 O ⇌ {\displaystyle \rightleftharpoons } 6-O-beta-D-xylopyranosyl-beta-D-glucopyranose + an alcohol Thus, the two substrates of this enzyme are 6-O-beta-D-xylopyranosyl-beta-D-glucopyranoside and H 2 O, whereas its two products are 6-O-beta-D-xylopyranosyl-beta-D-glucopyranose and alcohol. This enzyme belongs to the family of hydrolases, specifically those glycosidases that hydrolyse O- and S-glycosyl compounds. The systematic name of this enzyme class is 6-O-beta-D-xylopyranosyl-beta-D-glucopyranoside 6-O-beta-D-xylosyl-beta-D-glucohydrolase.

Primelles
                                               

Primelles

An area of forestry and farming comprising two villages and a couple of hamlets, situated on the banks of the river Pontet, some 17 miles 27 km southwest of Bourges, at the junction of the D99 and the D87 roads.

Number19
                                               

Number19

Number19 was a band from Brooklyn, New York. It was formed in 1999 by Sarth Calhoun, Leah Coloff, Tony Diodore, and Marcus Righter. The band experimented with electronic sounds in alternative and indie rock settings, focusing on cello and violin swooping over grooving bass and drums. The band notably funded its first album, Suspension, from mp3.com downloads. At one point the band was ranked #18 overall on the site, and garnered over 90.000 downloads in 6 months.

                                               

Soviet destroyer Primerny

National Highway 1D (India, old numbering)
                                               

National Highway 1D (India, old numbering)

National Highway 1D, also known as Srinagar-Leh Highway, was a National Highway entirely within the state of Jammu & Kashmir in North India that connected Srinagar to Leh in Ladakh. It was one of the only two roads that connected Ladakh with the rest of India, the other being Leh-Manali Highway. The Srinagar-Leh Highway was declared as National Highway in 2006. The old Central Asian trade route Srinagar-Leh-Yarkand was also known as the Treaty Road, after a commercial treaty signed in 1870 between Maharaja Ranbir Singh and Thomas Douglas Forsyth.

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