Exist may refer to:

  • Existence
  • eXist, an open source database management system built on XML
  • Existential quantification, in logic and mathematics (symbolized by ∃)
  • Energetic X-ray Survey Telescope, a proposed hard X-ray imaging all-sky deep survey mission
  • Exists (band), formerly Exist, a Malaysian band

Other articles related to "exists":

Causality Conditions - Strongly Causal
... For any there exists a neighborhood of such that there exists no timelike curve that passes through more than once ... For any neighborhood of there exists a neighborhood such that is causally convex in (and thus in ) ...
List Of Till Death Us Do Part Episodes - Pilot Episode - Series 3
... Notes The Phone 5 January 1968 Episode exists on a low-quality domestic recording. 12 January 1968 Monopoly 19 January 1968 sound only exists there is no picture The Funeral 26 January 1968 sound only exists there is no picture Football 2 February 1968 sound only exists there is no ...
Latin Profanity - Cacāre: To Defecate - Etymology
... to be cognate with the Greek noun κοπρος, kopros, meaning "poop." It also exists in Germanic English "poppiecock" derives from Dutch pappe kak, "diarrhea" ... It exists in Turkish (kaka), Spanish, Catalan, Portuguese, Italian (cacca), Irish (cac), Hebrew, Hungarian, Romanian, Russian, German, British English, and French as well, caca being childish slang for ... It also exists as a loan in Finnish (kakka) ...
Licensing Trust - Trusts Established, and Demised
1952 Cheviot 1954 Mataura 1955 Clutha 1955 Porirua 1955 Hornby 1958 (no longer exists) Oamaru 1961 Birkenhead 1967 Wainuiomata (no longer exists) Te ...

Famous quotes containing the word exists:

    It will always be found that one flourishing institution exists and battens on another mouldering one. The Present itself is parasitic to this extent.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    For it does not follow because many books are written by persons born in America that there exists an American literature. Books which imitate or represent the thoughts and life of Europe do not constitute an American literature. Before such can exist, an original idea must animate this nation and fresh currents of life must call into life fresh thoughts along its shores.
    Margaret Fuller (1810–1850)

    Mallarme said that everything in the world exists in order to end in a book. Today everything exists to end in a photograph.
    Susan Sontag (b. 1933)