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** and Parity
** Parity of a permutation, indicates whether a permutation has an even or odd number of inversions
** Parity function, a Boolean function whose value is 1 if the input vector has an odd number of ones
** Parity bit in computing, sets the parity of transmitted data for the purpose of error detection
** Parity file in data processing, created in conjunction with data files and used to check data integrity and assist in data recovery
** Put-Call Parity and Arbitrage Opportunity, investopedia. com
** The Ancient Roots of Modern Financial Innovation: The Early History of Regulatory Arbitrage, Michael Knoll's history of Put-Call Parity
** Parity or ECC ( including single device correction ) protection of memory components ( cache and system memory ), as well as memory bus ; bad cache line disabling ; memory scrubbing ; memory sparing ; bad page offlining ; redundant bit steering ; redundant array of independent memory ( RAIM ).

** and flag
** foreign-owned ships registered here as a flag of convenience: 1
** GuineaA poster for the French colonial empire titled: " Three colours, one flag, one empire " ( 1941 )
** Battle of Iwo Jima: A group of United States Marines reach the top of Mount Suribachi on the island and are photographed raising the American flag.
** Cold War: Estonia restores the formal name of the country, the Republic of Estonia, as well as the state emblems ( the coat of arms, the flag and the anthem ).
** Imia-Kardak crisis: A Greek flag is hoisted on a small rocky island named Imia ( Greek ) / Kardak ( Turkish ).
** Hue Vesak shootings: The Army of the Republic of Vietnam opens fire on Buddhists who defy a ban on the flying of the Buddhist flag on Vesak, the birthday of Gautama Buddha, killing nine.
** Michael Strank, U. S. Marine flag raiser on Iwo Jima ( d. 1945 )
** American Civil War: The Stars and Bars is adopted as the flag of the Confederate States of America.
** WWII: Winston Churchill tells the British House of Commons, " We shall not flag or fail.
** Rene Gagnon, U. S. Marine flag raiser on Iwo Jima ( b. 1925 )
** An Argentine scrap metal dealer raises the Argentine flag in South Georgia.
** Henry, Count of Chambord, refuses to be crowned " King Henry V of France " until France abandons its tricolor and returns to the old Bourbon flag.
** After 44 years, Estonian flag is raised to the Pikk Hermann Castle tower.
** Flagwavers: Move a display ( or " flag ") around at a certain frequency.
** ( 1 ) calling on United States Government officials to display the flag of the United States on all Government buildings on Loyalty Day ; and
** Z37: flag leaf
** Tricolore, the flag of France, commonly called the Tricolour in English
** this reflects the Hungarian flag, and is always referred to as such, but traditionally ( although many know it to be technically incorrect ) it is made with the red colour outside unlike in the picture below ;
** The field of the flag of the United Nations is light blue, chosen to represent peace and hope.
** In some European nations ( as well as in the United States ), pink is associated with homosexuality and the pink flag is used as a symbol in support of civil rights for LGBT people.
** Michigan state flag: Flag of the State of Michigan
** Making toilet paper, napkins, doormats, and other such items bearing the image of the flag, so that the flag's image will be destroyed or soiled in the course of everyday activities.
** The flag of Wales
** A variant is the Canadian pale, invented in 1964 for the new Canadian national flag: it takes up half the width of the field.

** and computing
** The English used " zero " for " 0 ", and " cipher " from the word " ciphering " as a means of computing.
** Character ( computing ), a unit of information roughly corresponding to a grapheme
** Scientific computing, including cluster computing and grid computing and various volunteer computing projects ; see the list of distributed computing projects.
** Chess Module-The Odyssey2 didn't have enough memory and computing power for a decent implementation of chess on its own, so the C7010 chess module contained a secondary CPU with its own extra memory to run the chess program.
** Chess Module – Increased the G7400's computing power such that it could play chess, also compatible with G7000
** Early computing.
** Web 2. 0, a perceived transition of the Web from a collection of Web sites to a full-fledged computing platform serving Web applications
** Gordon Moore, American computing entrepreneur and benefactor
** Evolutionary computing
** Abort ( computing ), to terminate a computer processing or data transfer activity.
** More specifically, a physical address in some storage device or computing system
** Cut, copy, and paste, a method of reproducing text or other data in computing
** Magnetic-core memory, in computing, the primary memory prior to semiconductor memory
** ARCS ( computing ), used in computers from Silicon Graphics
** Arbitrary-precision arithmetic, methods for computing with big numbers
** Printer ( computing )
** HUD ( computing ), the same method of visually representing information in computing.
** IUP MIAGE ( computing in companies )

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