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E. Coli K-12
Escherichia coli (/ˌɛʃɪˈrɪkiə ˈkl/; commonly abbreviated E. coli) is a Gram-negative gammaproteobacterium commonly found in the lower intestine of warm-blooded organisms (endotherms)
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Violin Sonatas, KV 10-15 (Mozart)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's six sonatas for keyboard with accompaniment of violin (or flute) and cello, K. 10–15 were composed in late 1764 in London during the Mozart family's grand tour of Europe. Queen Charlotte (the wife of King George III) commissioned them on 25 October and the works were dedicated on 18 January 1765.[1] They were published as Mozart's "Opus III" by his father Leopold at 20 Frith Street, Soho, London, where the Mozarts lived from September 1764 until after May 1765.[2] The keyboard part was originally written for a harpsichord. Unlike Mozart's other works for violin and keyboard, the first edition was printed with a separate ad lib. cello part for all six sonatas. The part mostly doubles the principal notes in the left hand part of the keyboard in the manner of Haydn's early piano trios (e.g. Trio no. 5 in G minor, Hob. XV:1), or a set of similarly scored sonatas (Op
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K-12 (album)
K-12 (pronounced "K through twelve"[3][4]) is the second studio album by American singer Melanie Martinez. It was released with an accompanying film of the same name on September 6, 2019,[5] through Atlantic Records.[6] Martinez began writing the album in 2015.[7][8][9] In a 2017 interview with Billboard, Martinez said that her then-untitled second album was finished and would be accompanied by a film that she was writing and directing.[2] In a February 2019 Instagram post, she wrote that the album "had been done for like two and a half years now", that it would likely be released at the end of summer and that no singles would be commercially released from it.[10] On January 7, 2020, Martinez announced through her Instagram stories that she would be releasing an EP titled After School that is attached to the K-12 era
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HNLMS K XII
K XII was a K XI class patrol submarines of the Royal Netherlands Navy. The ship was built by Fijenoord shipyard in Rotterdam. The submarine was ordered on 3 September 1921 and laid down in Rotterdam at the shipyard of Fijenoord on 9 January 1923. The launch took place on 15 July 1924. On 19 May 1925 the boat was commissioned in the Dutch navy.[2] In September 1926 K XII left Den Helder for the Dutch East Indies. The route she took led through the Suez Canal.[2] On 6 September 1938 she participated in a fleet review at Surabaya. The show was held in honor of the Dutch Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands on the 40th anniversary of her inauguration
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SHA-3

SHA-3 (Secure Hash Algorithm 3) is the latest member of the Secure Hash Algorithm family of standards, released by NIST on August 5, 2015.[4][5] Although part of the same series of standards, SHA-3 is internally different from the MD5-like structure of SHA-1 and SHA-2. SHA-3 is a subset of the broader cryptographic primitive family Keccak (/ˈkɛæk/ or /ˈkɛɑːk/),[6][7] designed by Guido Bertoni, Joan Daemen, Michaël Peeters, and Gilles Van Assche, building upon RadioGatún
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21 Cm K 12 (E)
The 21 cm Kanone 12 in Eisenbahnlafette (21 cm K 12 (E)) was a large German railroad gun used in the Second World War and deployed on the English Channel coast in occupied France. Krupp continued theoretical research on a replacement for the Paris Gun during the Weimar Republic-era, but it was the Nazi government that finally authorized funding for experiments to solve some of its worst problems. The extremely high velocities used by the Paris Gun to attain the stratospheric heights necessary for extreme range caused enormous wear of the barrel, so much so that the shells had to be made in gradually increasing diameter to suit the rate of wear. Even then barrel life was merely 65 rounds. It is believed that the one Paris Gun destroyed by a premature detonation in the bore was caused by loading one of the serially-numbered shells out of order
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K–12
K–12 (spoken as "k twelve", "k through twelve", or "k to twelve"), from kindergarten to 12th grade, is an American expression that indicates the range of years of supported primary and secondary education found in the United States, which is similar to publicly supported school grades prior to college in several other countries, such as Afghanistan, Australia, Canada, Ecuador, China, Egypt, India, Iran, the Philippines, South Korea and Turkey.[1] By 1930, all 48 states had passed laws making education compulsory, and in 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Elementary and Secondary EducaThe first K–12 public systems were seen in the early 19th century. In the 1830s and 1840s, Ohioans were taking a significant interest in the idea of public education. Schools commonly operated exclusive of one another at this time in American history, with little attempt at uniformity. The "Akron School Law of 1847" changed this
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