What is combined?

  • (adj): Made or joined or united into one.
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Some articles on combined:

2008–09 FIS Nordic Combined World Cup
... The 2008–09 FIS Nordic Combined World Cup is an international winter sports competition organized by the FIS, consisting of combined ski jumping and cross country skiing ...
Karl Lustenberger
... (born 10 October 1952) was a Swiss nordic combined skier who competed in the late 1970s and early 1980s ... He finished sixth in the Nordic combined event at the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, New York ... Lustenberger also won the Nordic combined event at the 1979 Holmenkollen ski festival ...
Georg Thoma
... Georg Thoma (born 20 August 1937 in Hinterzarten) is a former German nordic combined skier ... He won two Winter Olympic medals in the Nordic combined with gold in 1960 and bronze in 1964 ... Thoma's strength in the Nordic combined was jumping ...
Combined Bomber Offensive - CBO Plan
... Anderson drew up a plan for Combined Bomber Operations ... Eaker's "Combined Bomber Offensive Plan" was "a document devised to help Arnold get more planes and men for the 8th Air Force" and not "designed to ... The Combined Chiefs of Staff approved the "Eaker Plan" on May 19, 1943, and identified 6 specific "target systems" such as the German aircraft industry (including fighter strength) 1 ...

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Famous quotes containing the word combined:

    We are all aware that speech, like chemistry, has a structure. There is a limited set of elements—vowels and consonants—and these are combined to produce words which, in turn, compound into sentences.
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