eights

A pair of eights.

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  • Eights — bezeichnet: James Eights (1798–1882), amerikanischer Arzt und Wissenschaftler Eights Station, eine amerikanische Antarktis Forschungsstation Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit demselben Wort bezeichneter Begriffe …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • eights — /ayts/, n. (used with a sing. v.). See crazy eights. * * * …   Universalium

  • eights — eɪt n. number 8 adj. being 8 in number …   English contemporary dictionary

  • eights — plural noun a race for eight oared rowing boats …   English new terms dictionary

  • EIGHTS — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Eights (Enneagram of Personality) — Eights are one of the nine personality types of the Enneagram of Personality. General characteristics Eights feel the need to protect themselves and be in control of their own life and destiny. They will often act willfully, feeling a need to… …   Wikipedia

  • Eights Coast — is that portion of the coast of West Antarctica between Cape Waite and Phrogner Point. It is part of Ellsworth Land and stretches between 103°24 W and 89°35 W. This coast is bordered by Thurston Island, Abbot Ice Shelf and some islands within the …   Wikipedia

  • Eights on pylons — or Pylon Eights, is a ground reference maneuver where an aircraft isflown in a figure eight pattern around two selected points on the ground (the pylons). [United States Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, FAA H 8083 3A …   Wikipedia

  • Eights Week — At Oxford University, Summer Eights, a bumps race constitutes the main intercollegiate rowing event of the year, and happens in the fifth week of the summer ( Trinity ) term, in May. Men s and women s coxed eights compete in separate divisions… …   Wikipedia

  • Eights System — The Eights System is the informal name for one of the three most common grading scales used at educational institutions in the United States. It has gained increasing popularity in recent years, largely in response to the phenomenon known as… …   Wikipedia

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