**Cone (geometry)** — Not to be confused with the conical surface.. A right circular cone and an oblique circular cone A cone is an n dimensional geometric shape that tapers smoothly from a base (usually flat and circular) to a point called the apex or vertex.… … Wikipedia

**Cone of curves** — In mathematics, the cone of toot (sometimes the Kleiman Mori cone) of an algebraic variety X is a combinatorial invariant of much importance to the birational geometry of X. Contents 1 Definition 2 Applications 3 … Wikipedia

**Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital v. Mercury Constr. Corp.** — Cone Mem. Hosp. v. Mercury Constr. Corp. Supreme Court of the United States Argued November 2, 1982 D … Wikipedia

**Word-sense disambiguation** — Disambiguation redirects here. For other uses, see Disambiguation (disambiguation). In computational linguistics, word sense disambiguation (WSD) is an open problem of natural language processing, which governs the process of identifying which… … Wikipedia

**Convex cone** — In linear algebra, a convex cone is a subset of a vector space over an ordered field that is closed under linear combinations with positive coefficients. A convex cone (light blue). Inside of it, the light red convex cone consists of all points… … Wikipedia

**Southern Cone** — Area 4,944,081 square kilometres (1,908,920 sq mi) Population 135,707,204 (July 2010 est.) Density 27.45 /km2 (71.1 /sq … Wikipedia

**Inlet cone** — Infobox Aviation name=Inlet cone caption=Inlet cone of a MiG 21MFInlet cones (sometimes called shock cones) are a component of some supersonic aircraft. They are primarily used on ramjets, such as the turboramjets of the SR 71 or the pure ramjets … Wikipedia

**The Second Coming (poem)** — The Second Coming is a poem by William Butler Yeats first printed in The Dial (November 1920) and afterwards included in his 1921 verse collection Michael Robartes and the Dancer . The poem uses religious symbolism to illustrate Yeats anguish… … Wikipedia

**Spinning cone** — columns are used in a form of steam distillation to gently extract volatile chemicals from liquid foodstuffs while minimising the effect on the taste of the product. For instance, the columns can be used to remove some of the alcohol from wine,… … Wikipedia

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