Translation of ten - Dictionary : English-Cherokee

ten

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ten
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  1. Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis: A severe form of Stevens-Johnson syndrome involving at least 30% of the total body skin area.
  2. (airport) Name: Tongren Daxing Airport; location: Tongren, Guizhou, People’s Republic of China; IATA Code: TEN; ICAO Code: ZUTR
  3. (anagram) net
  4. tens: group of ten, set of ten items; playing card equal to a value of ten; ten-dollar bill
  5. number 10
  6. Tens: Hollywood Ten
  7. Tens: Ten Commandments
  8. Tens: Ten Thousand Smokes Valley of;
  9. Thousand Smokes, Valley of, Thousand, Smokes: Volcanic region, southwestern Alaska, United States Located in Katmai National Park, the valley covers 56 sq mi (145 sq km). It was created in 1912 when the eruption of the Novarupta and Mount Katmai volcanoes covered the valley in a flow of lava. When an expedition visited the site in 1915 they discovered tens of thousands of fissures known as fumaroles spouting smoke, gas and steam in the valley floor. The largest was 150 ft (46 m) in diameter; some had temperatures as high as 1,200 °F (649 °C). About 60 years later, there were fewer than 12 fumaroles left. In the 1960s United States astronauts used the scarred region to train for Moon landings.
  10. Ten Precepts: This is the code of monastic discipline for the monks. It consists of the Five Precepts (no stealing, sexual activity, killing, lying, or alcohol) which apply to all Buddhists, and five further restrictions designed specifically for members of the sangha . These are:
  11. Ten Precepts: Not to take food from noon to the next morning.
  12. Ten Precepts: Not to adorn the body with anything other than the monk's robe.
  13. Ten Precepts: Not to participate in or watch public entertainments.
  14. Ten Precepts: Not to use high or comfortable beds.
  15. Ten Precepts: Not to use money.
  16. daisy roots
  17. Trans-European Network
  18. Trans-European Networks: Since the Single European Act (1986), the smooth functioning of the single market has been indelibly linked to the objective of economic and social cohesion. However, the free movement of persons, goods and capital has not smoothed out regional and national disparities within the European Union. Accordingly, interconnection and interoperability of national infrastructure networks have emerged as key factors for the coherent planning of Community territory. Title XV of the Treaty of Amsterdam provides the legal basis for Trans-European Networks (TEN). For the period 2000-2006 a total of 4.6 billion has been earmarked on the budget for TENs, to which must be added contributions from FEDER, the Cohesion Fund, the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the European Investment Fund (EIF). Trans-European Networks exist in three sectors of activity: Transport TENs (TEN-T) with major priority projects covering road and combined transport, waterways and sea ports, as well as the European high-speed railway network. Intelligent transport management systems also fall in this category such as the Galileo satellite-based geographic positioning project. Energy TENs (TEN-E) concern the electricity and natural gas sectors. Their objectives are to establish a single energy market and achieve security of supply. Telecommunication TENs (eTEN) seek to deploy electronic services based on telecommunication networks. Strongly focused on public services, they are at the very heart of the eEurope "An Information Society for All" initiative. The prospect of enlargement to the countries of Central and Eastern Europe has further strengthened the importance of TENs by extending their scope to the entire continent. Further afield, their efficient connection to the networks of third countries to the east (Russia and the countries of the CIS) or to the south (countries of the Mediterranean basin) will be conducive to economic development and equilibrium.
  19. Trans-European telecommunication Networks
  20. durham_10_codes, police: (HAM code) "DURHAM REGIONAL POLICE 10 CODES": 10-1 Receiving poorly 10-2 Receiving well 10-3 Stop transmitting 10-4 Message received 10-5 Relay message 10-6 Busy, unless urgent 10-7 Out of service 10-8 In service 10-9 Repeat 10-10 Request for common channel 10-15 Pick up prisoner at _____ 10-18 Complete assignment quickly 10-19 Return to your division 10-20 Location 10-21 Call by telephone 10-26 Detaining subject; expedite 10-28 Vehicle registration 10-29 CIPC check 10-30 Improper use of radio 10-33 Emergency assistance 10-35 Major crime alert 10-36 Correct time check 10-38 Investigation alert 10-45 Death or fatality 10-51 Tow truck needed 10-52 Ambulance needed 10-60 Subject negative 10-61 Subject has record (not wanted) 10-62 Subject possibly wanted 10-65 Assist on 10-64 10-66 Subject in observation category 10-67 Subject in parolee category 10-68 Subject in charged category 10-78 Need routine assistance 10-92 Person in custody 10-93 Set up road block
  21. Transeuropean Networks