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  • 1Scan — may refer to: *Scan, the act of examining sequentially, part by part *Image scanning, in data processing, the act of optically analyzing a two or three dimensional image and digitally encode it (digitize it) for storage in a computer file *Scan,… …

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  • 2Scan 7 — Scan 7. Scan 7 es un colectivo techno de la ciudad de Detroit, EEUU. Está formado por siete artistas y liderado por Lou Robinson.[1] Contenido …

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  • 3SCAN — or Schedules for Clinical Assessment in Neuropsychiatry is a set of tools created by WHO aimed at diagnosing and measuring mental illness that may occur in adult life. It is not constructed explicitly for use with eiher ICD 10 or DSM IV but can… …

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  • 4Scan — 〈[ skæ̣n] m. 6 oder n. 15; kurz für〉 Scanning * * * Scan [skɛn ], der od. das; s, s [engl. scan = das Absuchen, zu: to scan, ↑ scannen] (Fachspr.): Scanning. * * * scan   [engl.], abtasten, auch scannen (Scanner) …

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  • 5scan — [skæn] verb [transitive] COMMERCE 1. to use a scanner (= special machine with an electronic beam ) to read the information on a credit card, the bar code on a product etc 2. to use a …

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  • 6Scan — (sk[a^]n), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Scanned} (sk[a^]nd); p. pr. & vb. n. {Scanning}.] [L. scandere, scansum, to climb, to scan, akin to Skr. skand to spring, leap: cf. F. scander. Cf. {Ascend}, {Descend}, {Scale} a ladder.] 1. To mount by steps; to… …

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  • 7Scan X — Nom Stéphane Dri Pays d’origine  France Genre musical Techno Années d activité 1993 à aujourd hu …

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  • 8Scan 7 — durant le DEMF 2007 à Détroit Pays d’origine Détroit …

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  • 9Scan — [skɛn] der od. das; s, s <aus engl. scan »das Absuchen« zu to scan, vgl. ↑scannen> svw. ↑Scanning …

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  • 10scan — [skan] vt. scanned, scanning [ME scannen < L scandere, to climb, mount (in LL, to scan): see DESCEND] 1. to analyze (verse) in terms of its rhythmic components, as by counting accents and syllables and marking the metrical feet 2. to look at… …

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  • 11scan — (v.) late 14c., mark off verse in metric feet, from L.L. scandere to scan verse, originally, in classical L., to climb (the connecting notion is of the rising and falling rhythm of poetry), from PIE *skand to spring, leap (Cf. Skt. skandati… …

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  • 12scan — ► VERB (scanned, scanning) 1) look at quickly in order to identify relevant features or information. 2) traverse with a detector or an electromagnetic beam, especially to obtain an image. 3) convert (a document or picture) into digital form for… …

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  • 13scan|so|ri|al — «skan SR ee uhl, SOHR », adjective. 1. having to do with or adapted for climbing: »Woodpeckers have scansorial feet. 2. habitually climbing: »a scansorial bird. ╂[< Latin scānsōrius used for climbing (< scandere to climb; scan) + English… …

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  • 14scan — index analyze, canvass, check (inspect), frisk, investigate, monitor, observe (watch) …

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  • 15Scan — 〈 [skæ̣n] m. od. n.; Gen.: s, Pl.: s; kurz für〉 Scanning …

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  • 16scan — *scrutinize, examine, inspect, audit Analogous words: *consider, study, contemplate: observe, survey, remark, notice (see SEE) …

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  • 17scan — [v] look over, scrutinize lightly browse, check, consider, contemplate, dip into*, examine, flash*, flip through, give the once over*, glance at, glance over, have a look see*, inquire, investigate, leaf through*, look, look through, look up and… …

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  • 18Scan — [skɛn ], der oder das; s, s <englisch> (das Scannen) …

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  • 19Scan — or Scand abbrev. 1. Scandinavia 2. Scandinavian …

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  • 20Scan|di|an — «SKAN dee uhn», adjective, noun. = Scandinavian. (Cf. ↑Scandinavian) ╂[< Latin Scandia Scandinavia + English an] …

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