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  2. Cube Route - Wikipedia

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    Cube Route is a fantasy novel by British-American writer Piers Anthony, the twenty-seventh book of the Xanth series. [1] Pangrammatic window [ edit] The shortest known published pangrammatic window, a stretch of naturally occurring text that contains all the letters in the alphabet, is found on page 98 of the 2004 First Mass Market Edition.

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  4. Cube root - Wikipedia

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    In mathematics, a cube root of a number x is a number y such that y3 = x. All nonzero real numbers, have exactly one real cube root and a pair of complex conjugate cube roots, and all nonzero complex numbers have three distinct complex cube roots.

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    New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft co-sponsored a TV ad on Sunday urging NFL fans to "Stand up to Jewish hate" in response to a spate of antisemitic messages in the sports world and beyond....

  6. Cube root law - Wikipedia

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    The cube root law is an observation in political science that the number of members of a unicameral legislature, or the lower house of a bicameral legislature, is about the cube root of the population being represented. [1] The rule was devised by Rein Taagepera in his 1972 paper "The size of national assemblies". [2]

  7. James L. Kraft - Wikipedia

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    J. L. Kraft [1] was born on December 11, 1874, near Stevensville, Ontario, Canada, located just north of Fort Erie, to Mennonite [2] parents Minerva Alice née Tripp (1848–1933) and George Franklin Krafft (1842–1914), a farmer [3] of German -descent. He was the second of eleven children.

  8. Hypercube internetwork topology - Wikipedia

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    Hypercube internetwork topology. In computer networking, hypercube networks are a type of network topology used to connect multiple processors with memory modules and accurately route data. Hypercube networks consist of 2m nodes, which form the vertices of squares to create an internetwork connection. A hypercube is basically a multidimensional ...