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ⓘ Machine. A machine is a thing that is created by people to make work easier. It is a tool or invention which multiplies the effect of human effort. The machine ..



                                               

Editor

An editor is a person who makes changes to documents. More specifically the word editor can mean: film editor, a person who edits movies a Wikipedia user who makes changes also called "edits" to pages "articles" text editor, an application program for editing an electronic text or media document a machine for movie film or video editing one who, or that which, edits photos a person who edits texts; see copy editing. A newspaper or magazine editor is a person who prepares articles for printing and sometimes chooses which articles to put in the newspaper. The main editor of a newspaper or ma ...

                                               

Enigma

Enigma may refer to: Enigma Variations, a set of short pieces written by Edward Elgar about his friends Enigma machine, a machine used to encrypt messages during World War Two

                                               

Economies of scale

In economics, economies of scale means that when more units of a product are made at the same time, the cost it takes to produce a single unit will go down. When making a product, there is a maximum capacity that can be made, at a given time. This capacity depends on the ways in which the product is made. If it is made by machines, these machines have a maximum number they can produce. Wanting to produce more than this number means new machines are needed. Adam Smith first had this idea of economy of scale, which he obtained through division of labour. The opposite of economies of scale ar ...

                                               

Kikuni Masahiko: Warau Fukei-san Pachi-Slot Hunter

Kikuni Masahiko: Warau Fukei-San Pachi-Slot Hunter is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Nippon Telenet and published by Forum, which was released in Japan in 1994.

                                               

Z. F. Moody

Zenas or Zena Ferry Moody, also known as Z. F. Moody was Republican governor of Oregon from 1882 to 1887.

Machine
                                     

ⓘ Machine

A machine is a thing that is created by people to make work easier. It is a tool or invention which multiplies the effect of human effort. The machine produces a mechanical advantage.

Some machines have many parts that move. Examples are bicycles and clocks.

Some machines do not have parts that move. Examples are computers and telephones.

People have used machines since before there was history.

Often a machine will change one form of energy to another form of energy. Simple machines increase or change the direction of a force.

                                     

1. Simple machine

There are six simple machines. They are:

  • the wedge,
  • the pulley,
  • the Inclined plane (ramp
  • and the wheel and axle.
  • the screw,
  • the lever,

Compound machines are made up of two or more simple machines.

                                               

Charles Fredrick Wiesenthal

Charles Fredrick Wiesenthal was a German physician and inventor born in 1726. He was awarded the patent for the first known mechanical device for sewing in 1755. One might argue that he invented the sewing machine. He died in 1789.

Vilseck
                                               

Vilseck

Vilseck is a town in Amberg-Sulzbach, a district in the Upper Palatinate. It is situated on the river Vils, a tributary of the Naab river.

Victor Banks
                                               

Victor Banks

Victor Franklin Banks is an Anguillan politician. He was a member of the Anguilla United Front. He was Premier from 14 May 2019 until he lost his re-election bid in the 2020 general election.

TVNZ
                                               

TVNZ

Television New Zealand, more commonly known as TVNZ, is a free-to-air public broadcasting television network that is broadcast throughout New Zealand and parts of the Pacific region. TVNZ was created in February 1980. About 90% of TVNZs revenue is from commercial activity such as advertising and merchandising.

                                               

Chapin School

Chapin School is an all-girls independent day school located in New York Citys Upper East Side neighborhood in Manhattan. Maria Bowen Chapin opened "Miss Chapins School for Girls and Kindergarten for Boys and Girls" in 1901. The school originally enrolled 78 students, who were taught by seven teachers. Chapin is at 100 East End Avenue, at East 84th Street. First Lady Jackie Kennedy went to school here.

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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