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Cheops:

see KhufuKhufu
or Cheops
, fl. c.2680 B.C., king of ancient Egypt, founder of the IV dynasty. He was king for 23 years and was famous as the builder of the greatest pyramid at Giza.
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Cheops

original name Khufu. Egyptian king of the fourth dynasty (?2613--?2494 bc), who built the largest pyramid at El Gîza

CHEOPS

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A satellite-based batch data dissemination project between CERN and member state institutes.
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According to CDTI, the importance of Cheops goes beyond discovering new exoplanets.
As the duration of analgesia provided by the caudal block performed before surgery is much longer than the duration of the operation, the need for additional opioid and non-opioid analgesics in the postoperative period is reduced.21,22 In our study as well, the group with pre-emptive analgesia through caudal block had the lowest scores (median value 3) on the CHEOPS scale according to the measurements recorded at 1st, 6th, 12th and 24th hours.
Thanks to Alibert's method, one is able to deduce whether a planet is inhabitable from the data provided by HARPS and CHEOPS.
Professor Faba also had in his possession a text dating back to 4,415 BC with the account by one S'l-y Wa-Ankh-Are, who was said to have been a farmer who had a plot of land where the Cheops Pyramid now stands.
Egyptian minister of state for antiquities said a Franco-Egyptian exploration team has discovered a Red Sea port dating back about 4,500 years to Great Pyramid builder King Cheops of the Fourth Dynasty of the Old Kingdom.
A daredevil Russian photographer has described how he sneaked up to the top of the Cheops Pyramid at Giza, Cairo, risking up to three years in prison to take some amazing snaps.
While sci-fi fans might be disappointed it won't involve Star Trekstyle voyages to far off alien worlds, the unmanned Cheops mission is set to provide a fascinating insight into so-called "super-Earths" outside our solar system.
While sci-fi fans might be disappointed it won't involve Star Trek-style k voyages to far off alien worlds, the unmanned Cheops mission is set to provide a fascinating insight into so-called "super-Earths" outside our solar system.
Five million cubic metres of sand, equal to twice the amount in the Cheops pyramid of Egypt, had to be removed to accommodate Shams 1.