Seer


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Seer

1. An obsolete Sri Lankan unit of volume approximately equivalent to 1.024 liters.

2. An obsolete unit of mass in India and elsewhere approximately equivalent to one kilogram.

3. An obsolete unit of mass in Afghanistan approximately equivalent to seven kilograms.
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There were allegations that the police were soft- pedalling the case, as the seer was well- connected with the political leaders.
Based on the equation above, one would expect a 13 SEER air conditioner to use 8% less energy than a 12 SEER, a 14 SEER air conditioner to use 14% less than a 12 SEER unit, and so on.
Upon their arrival, Swaroopanand's disciple Swami Avimukteshwaranand held a protest with several other ascetics at the Mela's premises after the seers left.
SEER proved the NAViSEER has the capability to relay the geo-position data it generates to locations anywhere in the world for display on its 2D and 3D visualization software.
These years were selected as it allowed us to use an established link between Medicare enrollment data and persons in SEER.
The SEER or HSPF ratings on HVAC equipment represent the absolute best efficiency that you could ever hope to achieve, assuming the other components are all designed and installed to work in conjunction with this piece of equipment.
From the 5 percent random sample of Medicare beneficiaries who resided in SEER areas but who did not link to SEER registry for an incident cancer between 1973 and 1995, a cancer-free cohort was developed.
That Lutherans should be singing stuff inspired by the book of Revelation is remarkable given the differences between the staid, middle-of-the-road sensibilities of Lutherans (consult Garrison Keillor's "Prairie Home Companion" for details) and the wild and wooly visions and auditions of John the Seer.
The incoming Bush administration delayed implementation of most all of the Clinton "midnight regulations" (see "Reversing Midnight Regulations," Spring 2001), and DOE began the process of reconsidering the SEER rule.
SEER Computing of Swansea, an independent IT consultancy, has been appointed to set up and manage the helpdesk for a major British Telecom Oracle system, which tracks financial data throughout the BT Group.
The black and white photographs, liberally interspersed throughout the text, are an integral part of this study and bring to life the participants, whether it is a seer with eyes upturned in divine trance or the public watching in astonishment.
Level8 Systems Inc is to acquire the Cary, North Carolina application development house Seer Technologies Inc in what the two describe as a "strategic merger.