Øre (plural øre, Norwegian pronunciation:[ˈøːɾə]) is the centesimal subdivision of the Norwegian and Danish krones. The Faroese division is called the oyra, but is equal in value to the Danish coin. Before their discontinuation, the corresponding divisions of the Swedish krona and the Icelandic króna were the öre and the eyrir, respectively. In all five languages, the name derives from the Latin aureus, a gold coin worth 25 denarii.
The Norwegian 10-øre coin was announced deprecated on 23 February 1992 and ceased to be legal tender the next year. Since 1993, the only Norwegian coin in use with a value below NOK 1 was the 50-øre coin, which was also deprecated on 1 May 2012. The original value were the 1-, 2-, 5-, 10- 25 and 50-øre coins.
The Danish 25 øre coin ceased to be legal tender on 1 October 2008. The only Danish coin currently in use with a value below DKK 1 is the 50 øre.
48 hours is a television series produced in Italy in 2006 by Mediaset. The program was first broadcast during primetime television on 8 March 2006 on Canale 5 where it received negative ratings. It was moved to Italia 1 for the next summer. The drama is now repeated on the pay channel Joi and sometimes late at night on Italy 1.
The series tells the story of a group of police officers from the police station of Genoa, that belong to the Flying Squad, whose job it is to capture the fugitives.
48 hours represent the time limit beyond which a fugitive's tracks are likely to be lost. In order to operate in such a short amount of time agents are sourced with the most diverse skills as possible.
The 2 øre coin was made during the Germanoccupation ofDenmark between 1941 and 1945, and then by the Danish government in 1947. It was first minted in aluminum, and then from 1942 to 1947 in zinc. The aluminum 2 øre is identical to the zinc variety, although the latter is a little heavier in weight.
"Iron" is the debut single by Woodkid (real name Yoann Lemoine) taken from his album The Golden Age that was prepared in 2011 but released in 2013. It was written by Yoann Lemoine himself and arrangements by Gustave Rudman. The single was released on March 28, 2011. This song gained immense popularity after being used in a trailer for Assassin's Creed: Revelations.
A remix EP was also released called Iron (EP) in 2011 charting in its own right.
SRWare Iron is a freewareweb browser, and an implementation of Chromium by SRWare of Germany. It primarily aims to eliminate usage tracking and other privacy-compromising functionality that the Google Chrome browser includes. While Iron does not provide extra privacy compared to Chromium after proper settings are altered in the latter, it does implement some additional features that distinguish it from Google Chrome, such as built-in ad blocking.
Although SRWare has been claiming "Iron is free and OpenSource", this wasn't true from at least version 6 on until mid 2015, as the links given by them for the source code were hosted in RapidShare and blocked by the uploader. SRWare Iron "is entirely closed source and has been since at least version 6". According to lifehacker, as of October 2014 SRWare Iron was "supposedly open source but haven't released their source for years and the browser doesn't really offer much you can't get by tightening down Chrome's own privacy features on your own". In 2015, the developer of SRWare Iron, after years of not releasing the source code of their browser anymore, started again to release what they claim is the source code for the browser, although not stating on their page what version the source code is from.
A clothes iron, also called a flatiron or simply an iron, is a small appliance: a handheld piece of equipment with a flat, roughly triangular surface that, when heated, is used to press clothes to remove creases. It is named for the metal of which the device is commonly made, and the use of it is generally called ironing. Ironing works by loosening the ties between the long chains of molecules that exist in polymer fiber materials. With the heat and the weight of the ironing plate, the fibers are stretched and the fabric maintains its new shape when cool. Some materials, such as cotton, require the use of water to loosen the intermolecular bonds. Many materials developed in the twentieth century are advertised as needing little or no ironing.
The electric iron was invented in 1884 by Henry W. Seeley, a New York inventor. Seeley patented his "electric flatiron" on June 6, 1882. His iron weighed almost 15 pounds and took a long time to warm up. Other electric irons had also been invented, including one from France (1882), but it used a carbon arc to heat the iron, a method which was dangerous.
Whilst details of the satellites and their missions are officially classified, amateur observers have identified that the Atlas V deployed two satellites, one of which has officially been catalogued as debris. The two spacecraft have been identified as being a pair of third or fourth generation Naval Ocean Surveillance System satellites. Amateur observations have located the spacecraft in an orbit with a perigee of 1,025 kilometres (637mi) and an apogee of 1,207 kilometres (750mi), inclined at 64.4 degrees to the plane of the equator. Current generation NOSS satellites are always launched and operated in pairs, and are used to locate and track ships from the radio transmissions that they emit.