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  National Hurricane Center Tropical Cyclone Report
Iris was upgraded to a hurricane at 1800 UTC 6 October, based on reports from a reconnaissance plane of a 1500-foot flight level peak wind of 82 knots and the presence of a closed eyewall near that time.
Iris was upgraded to Category Four Hurricane with 120 knots at 1200 UTC 8 October based on a 134-knot wind reduced from 700-mb.
Iris was always forecast to continue westward through the Caribbean Sea, posing a threat to the Caribbean Sea region and not to the United States.
www.nhc.noaa.gov /2001iris.html   (1805 words)

 Iris (2001/I)
Iris is one of those dramas that is so startlingly well acted and accurate to reality that you truly see the people on screen suffering through the story rather than the actors portraying them.
Iris is famously a study of Alzheimer's disease, which is the kind of thing that rarely makes its way into mainstream films, so it is that much more moving that a movie as brilliant as this one takes on the subject and brings it to the forefront in such a dramatic fashion.
Iris has spent her life exploring things like what it is that makes people happy and what makes them realize that they are happy once they are, and then shows as she loses touch with those things without even realizing it.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0280778   (1062 words)

 The Iris
The iris, visible through the clear cornea as the colored disc inside the eye, is a thin diaphragm composed mostly of connective tissue and smooth muscle fibers.
The iris divides the anterior compartment, the space separating the cornea and the lens, into the anterior chamber (between the cornea and the iris) and the posterior chamber (between the iris and the lens).
Anatomical structures posterior to the iris, which also are part of the uvea, are the ciliary body (within which is the ciliary muscle which controls the shape of the crystalline lens) and the choroid (located underneath the retina and which contains the retina’s blood supply).
www.tedmontgomery.com /the_eye/iris.html   (1053 words)

 IRIS Center at the University of Maryland
IRIS and its partner, the Moscow Public Science Foundation, have received an extension of the USAID-funded Supporting Economic Think Tanks in Russia (SETT) program, which will allow the program to continue operating until 2009.
The IRIS Center has been awarded a five-year, $6 million grant by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to assess the impact of six grants the foundation made in the area of microfinance.
IRIS will work in conjunction with Microfinance Opportunities, a Washington, D.C.-based microenterprise resource center to conduct the assessment.
www.iris.umd.edu   (235 words)

 Iris - HGIC @ Clemson University
Iris vary from tiny woodland groundcovers to dramatic flowers for the sunny border to species that thrive in swampy soil.
Iris are grown for their graceful flowers in an endless array of brilliant colors.
Iris should be planted in an area with good air circulation to help prevent disease problems.
hgic.clemson.edu /factsheets/HGIC1167.htm   (2270 words)

 IRIS : Greek goddess of the rainbow ; mythology ; pictures
Iris was a goddess of both the sea and sky - her father Thaumas "the wondrous" was a sea god, and her mother Elektra "the amber" a shining cloud godddess.
Iris (the rainbow) and Zephyros (the west-wind) were occassionally called the parents of Pothos (passion): the imagery of the rainbow and the west wind corresponding to the variegated brilliance of passion.
Iris, who was an expert at trouble-making, put off now her heavenly mien and raiment, went quickly amongst them and joined the group of Trojan matrons, transformed into the likeness of Beroe: '[And tried to persuade the Roman maidens into setting fire to the ships]..
www.theoi.com /Pontios/Iris.html   (6179 words)

Intermediate bearded iris are 1 to 2 feet in height.
Iris may have standards and falls of the same color or standards may be one color and falls a different color.
Iris should not be crowded by other plants that over-shadow or mat closely about root and foliage.
www.ag.ndsu.edu /pubs/plantsci/landscap/h113w.htm   (1382 words)

 Border & Immigration Agency | IRIS - Iris recognition immigration system
IRIS (Iris Recognition Immigration System) is a fast and secure way to clear immigration.
Iris recognition offers a method of securely recognising someone by the pattern of his or her iris.
The IRIS takes a photograph of the iris pattern and converts it to a digital code which is then compared against iris codes stored in a secure database.
www.ind.homeoffice.gov.uk /applying/iris   (250 words)

 Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology : IRIS
IRIS is currently in the process of redesigning its website and we want your input.
You can visit the 2007 IRIS Board of Directors Candidates Website to find out more about the candidiates and the meeting.
The latest version of the IRIS Newsletter has been published and is available for download.
www.iris.washington.edu   (109 words)

 Iris Diagnostics
Iris Diagnostics' automated systems are designed for workloads ranging from the largest hospitals to smaller laboratories and process anywhere from a few specimens to hundreds of specimens per day.
Iris Diagnostics' systems are designed to provide users faster and more complete results, plus labor savings over manual methods of performing microscopy, one of the most labor intensive procedures in a clinical laboratory.
Iris Diagnostics also offers the iQ200 Automated Urinalysis System, which incorporates the iQ200 Automated Urine Microscopy Analyzer and the AUTION MAX™ AX-4280 Automated Urine Chemistry Analyzer for labs seeking a complete walk away solution to their urine chemistry and urine microscopy testing needs.
www.irisdiagnostics.com   (318 words)

 Iris 1, Greek Mythology Link - www.maicar.com
Iris 1 came also to Hypnos, sent by Hera, to ask him fashion a shape resembling Ceyx, which appearing before Ceyx's wife Alcyone 2, whould inform her of her husband's death.
Zeus sent Iris 1 with a message for King Priam 1 of Troy, instructing him to come to the ships, and with the help of gifts, persuade Achilles to give the body of Hector 1 up.
Iris 2 is one of the horses of King Admetus 1 of Pherae in the chariot-race at Opheltes 1's funeral games [see also SEVEN AGAINS THEBES].
homepage.mac.com /cparada/GML/Iris1.html   (243 words)

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As with URIs, an IRI is defined as a sequence of characters, not as a sequence of octets.
An IRI with a scheme that is known to use domain names in ireg-name, but where the scheme definition does not allow percent-encoding for ireg-name, meets scheme-specific restrictions if either the straightforward conversion or the conversion using the ToASCII operation on ireg-name result in an URI that meets the scheme- specific restrictions.
Protocols and data formats often limit some IRI comparisons to simple string comparison, based on the theory that people and implementations will, in their own best interest, be consistent in providing IRI references, or at least be consistent enough to negate any efficiency that might be obtained from further normalization.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc3987.txt   (12694 words)

 Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS) | IRIS | US EPA
IRIS (Integrated Risk Information System) is a compilation of electronic reports on specific substances found in the environment and their potential to cause human health effects.
IRIS was initially developed for EPA staff in response to a growing demand for consistent information on substances for use in risk assessments, decision-making and regulatory activities.
The information in IRIS is intended for those without extensive training in toxicology, but with some knowledge of health sciences.
cfpub.epa.gov /ncea/iris/index.cfm   (155 words)

 IRIS - Imaging Riometer for Ionospheric Studies
IRIS is funded by the Science and Technology Facilities Council.
IRIS data and plots can be requested using the automated data request facility.
IRIS utilities to calculate when scintillation can be seen in which beam, etc.
www.dcs.lancs.ac.uk /iono/iris   (208 words)

 iris: wrath 2005
Iris will be playing a single Texas show in Austin on October 27th with VAST at Elysium.
Iris will be opening for German electropop pioneers De/Vision on their April 2006 "Subkutan" tour.
Iris will also be playing the Pluswelt Festival VI in Krefeld on April 29, with De/Vision and a bunch of other excellent bands TBA.
www.irismusic.com   (1519 words)

 IRIS: Illinois Research Information Service
Search the IRIS Database for funding opportunities in every field from agriculture to zoology, or view upcoming deadlines in 25 subject areas.
IRIS - Illinois Researcher Information Service - is available free of charge to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign community.
If you are on a campus of a subscribing institution, you can access IRIS to search for grant opportunities.
www.library.uiuc.edu /iris   (184 words)

 IRIS Semantic Desktop — OpenIRIS
IRIS is a semantic desktop application framework that enables users to create a “personal map” across their office-related information objects.
IRIS includes a machine-learning platform to help automate this process.  It provides “dashboard” views, contextual navigation, and relationship-based structure across an extensible suite of office applications, including a calendar, web and file browser, e-mail client, and instant messaging client.
IRIS serves as the knowledge store and user interface for the CALO research project at SRI International.
www.openiris.org   (134 words)

 Iris | Botany .com
Their name is taken from Iris, a rainbow, and refers to the beauty and variety of the flowers.
'Fulvala' is a beardless Iris with beautiful flowers from 2 to 5 inches across growing in pairs on zigzag stems in the summer.
It has dark green to gray-green leaves and 4 to 12, deep golden yellow flowers, which have darker yellow patches on the falls and are veined with dark brown or brownish-purple.
www.botany.com /iris.html   (1068 words)

 Integrated Risk Information System | IRIS | US EPA
Welcome to the IRIS home page, brought to you by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and its Office of Research and Development, National Center for Environmental Assessment.
IRIS is a database of human health effects that may result from exposure to various substances found in the environment.
IRIS was initially developed for EPA staff in response to a growing demand for consistent information on chemical substances for use in risk assessments, decision-making and regulatory activities.
www.epa.gov /iriswebp/iris/index.html   (118 words)

 About Partial Discharge and Capacitive Couplers
Iris Power LP develops and manufactures diagnostic equipment to determine the condition of the electrical windings in large motors and generators.
Iris Power also provides extensive education and training programs, and condition assessment consultancy to support predictive maintenance efforts on motors and generators.
This partnership enables Iris to offer existing and prospective clients, a wider range of some of the most innovative, unique and valuable electrical on and off-line testing products and services in the electric power industry.
www.irispower.com   (344 words)

 Accounting, Business & Payroll Software Systems from IRIS : Financial Profile
The IRIS Group is a cash generative, independently managed software house with two significant financial institutional shareholders: Hg Capital (since July 2004) and Lloyds TSB Development Capital Limited (since October 2000).
Furthermore, new and existing customers can have full confidence that their investment in IRIS products will be supported for years to come.
IRIS customers have never been forced to switch products as a result of post-acquisition product rationalisations.
www.iris.co.uk /why_choose_iris/financial_profile.aspx   (314 words)

 Iris - eye anatomy
The round opening in the center of the iris is called the pupil.
The iris is embedded with tiny muscles that dilate (widen) and constrict (narrow) the pupil size.
The iris is flat and divides the front of the eye (anterior chamber) from the back of the eye (posterior chamber).
www.stlukeseye.com /anatomy/Iris.asp   (153 words)

 Iris recognition.
Because the iris is a protected internal organ whose random texture is complex, unique, and stable throughout life, it can serve as a kind of living passport or password that one need not remember but can always present.
Because the randomness of iris patterns has very high dimensionality, recognition decisions are made with confidence levels high enough to support rapid and reliable exhaustive searches through national-sized databases.
Iris recognition is forecast to play a role in a wide range of other applications in which a person's identity must be established or confirmed.
www.cl.cam.ac.uk /~jgd1000/iris_recognition.html   (552 words)

 IRIS - International Student Reports Service
IRIS is a service for future and existing European exchange students, and an administrative tool for international coordinators and the European Commission.
Then IRIS can help you find out more about your intended host university, city, or country.
IRIS lets you review reports made by students visiting your school, and you can also log in to administer the reports of your own outgoing students.
www.iris.siu.no /iris.nsf/irisstart   (154 words)

 Delta XMPP Project » Iris XMPP Library
The design goal of Iris is to be written from the ground-up to fully support the official XMPP drafts.
There is also conntest, a simple command-line tool (it is bundled with the Iris source and built as one mass, so you don’t need to download anything else).
Iris is the Greek goddess of messaging and the rainbow.
delta.affinix.com /iris   (228 words)

 Iris Murdoch
British writer, university lecturer and prolific and highly professional novelist, Iris Murdoch dealt with everyday ethical or moral issues, sometimes in the light of myths.
Iris Murdoch was born in Dublin - the name 'Murdoch' is essentially Scots Gaelic.
In Iris and Her Friends: A Memoir of Memory and Desire (1999) Bayley continued his examination of his long romance.
www.kirjasto.sci.fi /imurdoch.htm   (1608 words)

 Informatics Research Institute (IRIS)-IRIS - People, Technology, Ambition and Success
IRIS - a 6* rated Research Institute - is concerned with Information, Technology, People, Organisations and Society to build a sustainable future.
The Research Institute recognises that this vision of building a sustainable future can only be realised through active collaboration between the three research centres, which span the continuum from ‘soft’ to ‘hard’ systems research and are balanced to ensure that theoretical concepts translate to real world practice.
The three IRIS Research Centres, comprising 74 full and associate members, are organised logically to encompass the necessarily diverse range of topics under investigation.
www.iris.salford.ac.uk   (352 words)

 Iris Societies (flower)
The Canadian Iris Society (CIS) is a non-profit organization with the objective to encourage, improve and extend the cultivation of the genus iris and to collaborate with other societies for this purpose as well as to regulate the nomenclature and colour classification.
Iris Sales and Auctions - Iris sales and auctions are held annually in August making available to the membership and the general public newer and quality varieties of iris at very reasonable prices.
Iris reference books may be borrowed by CIS members, either in person or by mail, from the Library of the Royal Botanical Gardens located at the RBG Centre building in Burlington, Ontario.
aleph0.clarku.edu /~djoyce/iris/soc.html   (1638 words)

 Iris Recognition Homepage - Iris recognition and identification
Following the tradition of the face recognition homepage and the face detection homepage this page is intended to be an information pool for the iris recognition community.
Its goal is to provide an entry point for the starter as well as a centralized information resource to concentrate iris recognition and related scientific efforts.
Definition: Iris recognition is the process of recognizing a person by analyzing the apparent pattern of his or her iris.
www.iris-recognition.org   (202 words)

 Schreiner's Iris Gardens - Hundreds of varieties of radiant irises for your flower garden
Cross-stitch patterns of these best-selling Iris are sure to delight those who appreciate hand cross-stitch.
Iris blooms only come once a year or twice a year, but you can still enjoy their beauty everyday.
The timeless beauty of Iris is presented in this art noveau silk scarf, hand-painted by Kavita with a lovely light blue and orchid Iris on a dramatic fl and dark blue background.
www.schreinersgardens.com   (431 words)

 Integrated Risk Information System Fact Sheet
IRIS is a toxicology data file on the National Library of Medicine's (NLM) Toxicology Data Network (TOXNET®).
IRIS data, focusing on hazard identification and dose-response assessment, is reviewed by work groups of EPA scientists and represents EPA consensus.
Among the key data provided in IRIS are EPA carcinogen classifications, unit risks, slope factors, oral reference doses, and inhalation reference concentrations.
www.nlm.nih.gov /pubs/factsheets/irisfs.html   (244 words)

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