Sharp

Sharp or SHARP may refer to:

  • Sharp (surname)
  • Sharp (flour), a flour made from hard wheat
  • Sharp (magazine), Canadian magazine
  • Sharp Daily, a free newspaper published in Taiwan and Hong Kong
  • Sharp (set theory)
  • Sharp (crater), a lunar impact crater
  • Sharp, a type of sewing needle
  • Sharp Scale, measure of paper opacity
  • Sharp, (also spelled shark, sharper or sharker), a swindler at games of chance and skill, e.g. card sharp, pool shark

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Other articles related to "sharp":

Sharp MZ - Product Line
... In 1982, Sharp's television division released the X1, a completely new computer ... The X series proved to outsell Sharp's own MZ series, and in response, Sharp released the MZ-1500/2500 machines, which featured powered-up graphics and sound capabilities ... The MZ name lives on as the initials of two of Sharp's most well-known products the Mebius line of PCs, and the Zaurus line of personal digital assistants ...
Hill Of Tarvit - Description
... Between 1905 and 1906, the house and gardens were remodelled, for the Sharp family, by the renowned Scottish architect Sir Robert Lorimer incorporating French and Chippendale-style furniture ... Visitors are able to see the both the Sharp family's state of the art accommodation, as well as glimpse life "below-stairs" for the servants ...
Daniel Sharp (swimmer)
... Daniel Sharp (born 10 December 1987 in Auckland, New Zealand) is a swimmer on New Zealand's paralympic team, who competed at both the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens and the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing ... Sharp currently holds the world record in the SB13 category over 50 m breaststroke ...
Ronnie Sharp
... Ronnie Sharp is a Scottish darts player who competed in the British Darts Organisation and is the former captain of Scotland ... Sharp was nicknamed Pancho due to his moustache which resembled that of Francisco "Pancho" Villa ... Sharp made three appearances in the Winmau World Masters before making his World Championship debut in 1990, reaching the quarter finals ...
Susie Sharp - Retirement
... By law, Justice Sharp had to retire at age 72, which came in 1979 ... Sharp died at age 88, in 1996 ... Justice Sharp was also the aunt of Susie Sharp Newsom Lynch, subject of the book "Bitter Blood" by Jerry Bledsoe ...

Famous quotes containing the word sharp:

    I have perhaps some shallow spirit of judgment,
    But in these nice sharp quillets of the law,
    Good faith, I am no wiser than a daw.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Return to her? and fifty men dismissed?
    No, rather I abjure all roofs, and choose
    To wage against the enmity o’ th’ air,
    To be a comrade with the wolf and owl—
    Necessity’s sharp pinch.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Clever words and sharp looks are rarely associated with virtue.
    —Chinese proverb.

    Confucian Analects.