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iota

the ninth letter in the Greek alphabet (Ι, ι), a vowel or semivowel, transliterated as i or j

iota

(ι) The ninth letter of the Greek alphabet, used in stellar nomenclature usually to designate the ninth-brightest star in a constellation or sometimes to indicate a star's position in a group.

Iota

(language, specification)
A specification language.

["The Iota Programming System", R. Nakajima er al, Springer 1983].
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Today, Gamma Iota Sigma has 53 chapters across the United States and Canada.
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who on March 2 ordered the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, to recognize the three-member Alpha Iota Omega fraternity, which has waged a legal fight challenging the school's nondiscrimination policy.
Months later and still not pregnant, fertility drugs, standing on her head, and James not allowed wasting one iota in case that one is the gold medal swimmer, Emma is stopped by a cop who has just adopted a Romanian child.
Natasha Watson was only five when she played the two leading roles in Iota, a film about a five-year-old mute girl called Sam and her twin sister April.
Natasha Watson was only five when she landed the leading role in short film Iota.
While her black pieces can resolve more readily into the figurative--the band of graceful white ticking bisecting Outside In reads like an infrared horizon; the nebulous halo of Iota suggests the galactic--Houshiary's white canvases remain abstract, achieving an immersive immateriality that in certain cases produces cognitive destabilizations that border on the mystical.
The pastor, "Father Kane," had not an iota of pastoral sensitivity nor interest in the people of the parish, most all of them members of the economic underclass.
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