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2006 AIG Japan Open Tennis Championships
... The 2006 AIG Japan Open Tennis Championships was a tennis tournament played on outdoor hard courts ... was the 34th edition of the event known that year as the AIG Japan Open Tennis Championships, and was part of the International Series Gold of the 2006 ATP Tour, and ... place at the Ariake Coliseum in Tokyo, Japan, from October 2 through October 8, 2006 ...
2002 Commonwealth Games Results - Shooting - Open
... Tonder Frederick van Tonder South Africa (RSA) Fullbore Rifle Queens Prize – Open Pair David Calvert and Martin Millar Northern Ireland (NIR) Peter Bramley David Dodds ...
List Of Computing And IT Abbreviations - O
... Standards OAT—Operational Acceptance Testing OBSAI—Open Base Station Architecture Initiative ODBC—Open DataBase Connectivity OEM—Original Equipment ...
2006 WTA Tour - Schedule - Calendar and Other Changes
... The French Open main draw began play on Sunday rather than the traditional Monday start, making it a 15-day tournament ... Two new events were created the Bangalore Open in Bangalore, India, replacing the previous event held in Hyderabad and the Anda Open in Tel Aviv, Israel—later cancelled due to the 2006 Lebanon War ... The Porsche Tennis Grand Prix was moved from its previous home of Filderstadt to Stuttgart ...
Grothendieck Topology
... Continuing the previous example, a sieve S on an open set U in O(X) will be a covering sieve if and only if the union of all the open sets V for which S(V) is nonempty equals U in other words, if ...

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