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  Turtle - Terse RDF Triple Language
Turtle is an extension of N-Triples ([N-TRIPLES]) carefully taking the most useful and appropriate things added from Notation 3 ([NOTATION3]) while keeping it in the RDF model.
Turtle is mostly a subset of Notation 3 (N3) (see Turtle compared to Notation 3), and is generally usable in systems that support N3.
Syntax in Turtle that is not in Notation 3:
www.dajobe.org /2004/01/turtle   (2159 words)

  
  Turtle - MSN Encarta
Sea turtles, as well as a few other kinds of turtles, are considered members of the hidden-necked group even though they cannot fully withdraw their heads.
Some turtles, such as the hawksbill turtle, are killed for their decorative shells, which are the source of tortoiseshell used in jewelry.
An especially colorful turtle is the eastern painted turtle, which has a yellow plastron and a fl or olive shell with red markings around its rim.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761567017/Turtle.html   (1422 words)

  
 Caring For Your Pet Turtle
Turtles aren't as complicated to care for, but many die in captivity because they aren't treated with the same degree of care and attention their fur-bearing counterparts.
Making sure a turtle has enough room to live in, making sure it has enough light, shade, and moisture, clean water, and a basking lamp are just a few of the steps you need to undertake to keep your pet turtles healthy.
Turtles generally require 12 hours of sunlight, and using a proper UV lamp will help the turtle get the amount of vitamin D3 it requires to stay healthy.
www.petturtle.com /care.htm   (921 words)

  
 Turtle - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
In fact, Japan is practically overrun with turtles of all sizes, because turtles play a vital role in the Shinto religion (which are sacrificed in great numbers to the Shinto god Turtlezilla in order to persuade him not to eat Tokyo).
Turtle is also the title bestowed apon the champion of a "turtle match." All participants crawl into seperate sleeping bags, and proceed to pass gas.
Turtles are also the surname of the Austrian royal family, comprising to the inheriters to the Hapsburg Throne.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Turtle   (547 words)

  
 Turtle Prion Gene
Turtle intron 2 is too short to serve as a probe, the distal portion of turtle exon 2 does not align with exon 2 from mammals, the leader UTR is too short to assess statistical significance, and the 3' turtle UTR also fails to align significantly via blastn.
Turtle sequence suggests important roles for the tyrosine in 3rd position and asparagine in sixth position, which remain conserved in birds (and comparably to W and Q in mammalian octarepeat)..
Turtle repeats are stabilized to replication slippage events, having more heterogenity that avian or mammalian repeat domains, meaning fewer over-writes due to insertion and deletion of repeat units.
www.mad-cow.org /00/mar00_turtle.html   (6698 words)

  
 A Turtle in a Kitchen
Ensuite, les crackers qui confirment que la Turtle n'avait pas le temps...
Quand la Turtle ferme sa Kitchen pour un mois, sur...
Et tous les autres blogs préférés de la Turtle...
aturtleinakitchen.blogspot.com   (6608 words)

  
 Be the Box Turtle's Helpful Herp Site
The Turtle Clan (A'no':wara) is one of the principal clans of the Mohawks.
Turtle Clan members are the examiners of the state of things within the tribal unit.
Turtle Times was created specifically to assist in the acquisition of a turtle or tortoise, your new friend, and provide a valuable resource location to introduce you to the turtle and tortoise community on the Internet.
www.soultones.com /turtles.htm   (1013 words)

  
 San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes: Turtle & Tortoise
Sea turtles (Cheloniidae family) are especially adapted for an aquatic life, with long feet that form flippers and a streamlined body shape.
Turtles and tortoises have hard, protective shells that are made up of 59 to 61 bones covered by plates called scutes.
Turtles and tortoises do not have ears like ours, but they can feel vibrations and changes in water pressure that tell them where food, or a predator, might be.
www.sandiegozoo.org /animalbytes/t-turtle.html   (1515 words)

  
 A Logo Primer
The turtle also had a pen which may be lowered to the floor so that a trace is left of where it has traveled.
The turtle migrated to the computer screen where it lives as a graphics object.
Turtle geometry was not intended to be a replacement for traditional geometry but rather, as an alternative entry point into geometry and mathematics in general.
el.media.mit.edu /logo-foundation/logo/turtle.html   (738 words)

  
 Turtle Happenings--Sea Turtle News & Information
George became interested in the plight of the green turtle in 1971 while working as a biologist for the University of Hawaii's Institute of Marine Biology.
He began to question whether local island fishermen were harvesting the reptiles for their meat at a rate much higher than the turtle population could sustain.
Equipped with a satellite transmitter, the turtle travelled around the islands on a 3,000 mile loop before returning to a spot about 100 yards away from where she (he?) started.
www.turtles.org /happen.htm   (1118 words)

  
 CTTC's Turtle Trivia
In common usage in the United States, the word turtle is an inclusive word that refers to all species of water turtle, sea turtle, box turtle, terrapin and tortoise.
The word tortoise refers to a particular type of turtle that is well adapted to life on land.
Turtles have a single rear vent that is referred to as a cloaca.
www.tortoise.org /general/wildfaqs.html   (855 words)

  
 Turtle: The Element Earth
The Stone for Turtle is placed in the Center Circle about halfway between West and North directions.
Turtle, like its larger relative, Tortoise, who is the totem for Mother Earth, is one of her longest lived beings.
You will find Cattails throughout Turtle Island, just about anywhere "there is standing shallow water for at least part of the year." Please click on the photo for a few more interesting facts about Cattails.
www.ewebtribe.com /StarSpiderDancing/turtle   (763 words)

  
 WWF - Loggerhead turtle   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Loggerheads are the most common turtle in the Mediterranean, nesting on beaches from Greece and Turkey to Israel and Libya.
It is one of the largest cheloniid turtles, and carries more encrusting organisms such as barnacles on its carapace than the other marine turtles species.
Loggerhead turtles eat many types of invertebrates, in particular molluscs and crustaceans, and can change the seabed by "mining" the sediments for their favourite prey.
www.panda.org /about_wwf/what_we_do/species/our_solutions/endangered_species/marine_turtles/loggerhead_turtle   (444 words)

  
 Painted Turtle
The painted turtle can be found in an area from the northern part of Mexico to the southern part of Canada and everywhere in-between.
For turtles, their diet is a very important aspect of the turtle's life.
Turtles are a food source for some because they are used as meat, delicacies or soups.
www.twingroves.district96.k12.il.us /Wetlands/Turtles/PaintedTurtle/PaintedTurtle.html   (616 words)

  
 Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas) - Office of Protected Resources - NOAA Fisheries
Scientists estimate green turtles reach sexual maturity anywhere between 20 and 50 years, at which time females begin returning to their natal beaches (i.e., the same beaches where they were born) every 2-4 years to lay eggs.
The green turtle is globally distributed and generally found in tropical and subtropical waters along continental coasts and islands between 30° North and 30° South.
The principal cause of the historical, worldwide decline of the green turtle is long-term harvest of eggs and adults on nesting beaches and juveniles and adults on feeding grounds.
www.nmfs.noaa.gov /pr/species/turtles/green.htm   (1450 words)

  
 Marine Turtles - Office of Protected Resources - NOAA Fisheries
Sea turtles, air-breathing reptiles with streamlined bodies and large flippers, are well adapted to life in the marine environment.
Major threats to sea turtles in the U.S. include, but are not limited to: destruction and alteration of nesting and foraging habitats; incidental capture in commercial and recreational fisheries; entanglement in marine debris; and vessel strikes.
To reduce the incidental capture of sea turtles in commercial fisheries, NOAA Fisheries has enacted regulations to restrict certain U.S. commercial fishing gears (gillnets, longlines, pound nets, and trawls) that have known, significant bycatch of sea turtles.
www.nmfs.noaa.gov /pr/species/turtles   (515 words)

  
 Turtles of North Carolina
Turtles (order Testudines) represent the oldest of all living reptiles; they have undergone little change since their beginning early in the Triassic period.
Turtles are found throughout North Carolina, from the coastal to the mountain region.
The greatest threat to turtles is habitat loss, particularly destruction and pollution of wetlands.
www.bio.davidson.edu /projects/herpcons/herps_of_NC/turtles/turtles.html   (137 words)

  
 The Turtle
The Turtle used the tactics of slowness against the original Flash.
The two Turtles met, and the original was so impressed with his successor’s scientific capabilities that he set up a lab for him.
The original Turtle, refusing to be captured, destroyed his headquarters (and apparently himself with it) as Turtle Man was taken into custody (Flash v.2 #35, 1990).
www.hyperborea.org /flash/turtle.html   (848 words)

  
 HBO: Turtle - Character Bio - Entourage
Turtle knows that he's living the perfect life, and doesn't care he's gotten there by riding Vince's coattails.
Turtle may seem like low man on the totem pole, but the entourage wouldn't be having half as much fun without him.
Turtle is also starting to show some initiative of his own, signing rap artist Saigon to a management deal and eventually making a quick $40K when the contract was eventually broken.
www.hbo.com /entourage/cast/character/turtle.html   (156 words)

  
 Turtle Survival Alliance
From 16 August — 4 September 2007 a group representing the Turtle Survival Alliance (TSA) traveled to Myanmar, Thailand and India to conduct a range of turtle conservation activities.
The Turtle Conservation Fund (TCF) provides financial support for conservation work with Critically Endangered and Endangered turtles, and also for those which may be highly threatened but not yet recognized as such.
The IUCN Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group and IUCN Turtle Survival Alliance in 2006 established the John Behler Turtle Conservation Award, a major annual award to honor leadership and excellence in the field of turtle and tortoise conservation.
www.turtlesurvival.org   (607 words)

  
 WWF - Hawksbill turtle   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Like other marine turtles, hawksbills are threatened by the loss of nesting and feeding habitats, excessive egg-collection, fishery-related mortality, pollution, and coastal development.
Despite their protection under CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora), as well as under many national laws, there is still a disturbingly large amount of trade in hawksbills products, and this probably constitutes the major threat to the species.
The carapace of the hawksbill is unusual amongst the marine turtles as the scutes (the hard, bony plates that constitute the shell) are overlapping.
www.panda.org /about_wwf/what_we_do/species/our_solutions/endangered_species/marine_turtles/hawksbill_turtle   (395 words)

  
 Turtle and Tortoise Printouts - EnchantedLearning.com
Archelon was a car-sized marine turtle (a chelonian) that lived when the dinosaurs did, during the late Cretaceous period.
Some turtles live on land, others spend most of their lives in the seas, retrning to the shore only to reproduce.
Turtles hatch from eggs; there is no parental care.
www.enchantedlearning.com /subjects/turtle   (307 words)

  
 CodePlex - Turtle
Turtle is an free rich client interface for Microsoft's Team Foundation Server (TFS) source code control system.
In UK, Turtle is a slang word for poo.
I would love if turtle had the same options as tortoiseSVN and then it wouldnt matter if you had SVN or TFS they act the same.
www.codeplex.com /Wiki/View.aspx?ProjectName=Turtle   (617 words)

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