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  2. SAPHIRE - Wikipedia

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    SAPHIRE is a probabilistic risk and reliability assessment software tool. SAPHIRE stands for Systems Analysis Programs for Hands-on Integrated Reliability Evaluations. The system was developed for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) by the Idaho National Laboratory . Development began in the mid-1980s when the NRC began exploring two ...

  3. Sapphire Technology - Wikipedia

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    Sapphire's products are based on AMD graphics processing units, and both AMD and Intel motherboard chipset technology. The company is the largest supplier of AMD-based video cards in the world. Sapphire was the first company to release a video card with a high definition multimedia interface connector.

  4. Millennium Sapphire - Wikipedia

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    The Millennium Sapphire is a blue sapphire discovered in 1995 in Madagascar. The Millennium Sapphire. History. The Millennium Sapphire was discovered in 1995 by a miner in central Madagascar. Rather than cut it into smaller pieces, Daniel Mckinney, one of the owners of the gem, sought to use the whole stone and kept it as one crystal to pay tribute to humanity.. In 2003 the Guinness World ...

  5. Sapphire, North Carolina - Wikipedia

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    Sapphire is an unincorporated community in Transylvania County, North Carolina, United States. Sapphire is 8.5 miles (13.7 km) east of Cashiers . Sapphire has a post office with ZIP code 28774.

  6. The Sapphire - Wikipedia

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    The novel is narrated by Martin Legatt, a young man at the start of his career with the Forest Corporation, an international logging concern. Travelling by steamer down the Irrawaddy River in Burma he makes the acquaintance of the captain, Michael Crowther, who has been in Burma for many years. Crowther shows Legatt a small bag of trinkets that ...

  7. HMS Sapphire (1758) - Wikipedia

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    In 1760 she joined the Western Squadron and was based off Le Havre capturing the French privateer "Le Saint Claud" on 2 February 1761. [3] She was paid off in March 1763 after less than 5 years service, as unaffordable to repair and sold at Sheerness in March 1764 for £200 (her original build cost was almost £11,000). Her fate is then unknown.

  8. List of Sapphire & Steel serials - Wikipedia

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    A happy family lives in an 18th-century house filled with clocks and antiques. One night, a nursery rhyme ("Ring a Ring o' Roses") read aloud to Helen, the little girl, triggers a time fracture that takes away her parents. As Rob, Helen's older brother, tries to understand what has happened, two mysterious strangers appear, promising to fix things.