Sage

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Stratospheric Aerosol And Gas Experiment
... The Stratospheric Aerosol and Gas Experiment (SAGE) is a series of remote sensing satellite instruments used to study the chemical composition of earth's atmosphere ... Specifically, SAGE has been used to study the Earth's ozone layer and aerosols at the troposphere through the stratosphere ... The SAGE instruments use solar occultation measurement technique to determine chemical concentrations in the atmosphere ...
List Of Privileged Characters - Minor Characters
... He and Sage initially clash, but Sage unintentionally forms a crush on him ... Breckyn Ally Maki 4 ... A friend of Rose and Sage and the sister of Jordanna ... She spiked Sage's drink, causing her to break out into a rash, after Sage threw a party just so no one would go to hers ...
Sara Miller Mc Cune
... Sara Miller McCune (born 1941) is the co-founder and Chair of SAGE Publications ... She founded the independent academic publishing company SAGE with her late husband George McCune in 1965 ... nonprofit Miller McCune Center for Research, Media and Public Policy, with support from SAGE ...
Stratospheric Aerosol And Gas Experiment - History
... There has been 3 series of SAGE instruments ... SAGE I - Flew on the Explorer 60 satellite SAGE II - Flew on the Earth Radiation Budget Satellite (ERBS) SAGE III - Flew on a Meteor-3M satellite A fourth instrument ...
Sage - Other
... analysis of gene expression, molecular biology technique for measuring mRNA levels Sage writing, form of literary non-fiction popular in the Victorian era Sage Hill School, college-preparatory school in ...

Famous quotes containing the word sage:

    Ah, gentle dames! it gars me greet,
    To think how mony counsels sweet,
    How mony lengthen’d, sage advices,
    The husband frae the wife despises!
    Robert Burns (1759–1796)

    Good-by, my book! Like mortal eyes, imagined ones must close some day. Onegin from his knees will rise—but his creator strolls away. And yet the ear cannot right now part with the music and allow the tale to fade; the chords of fate itself continue to vibrate; and no obstruction for the sage exists where I have put The End: the shadows of my world extend beyond the skyline of the page, blue as tomorrow’s morning haze—nor does this terminate the phrase.
    Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)

    The sage belongs to the same obsolete repertory as the virtuous maiden and the enlightened monarch.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)