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snowflakes

small patches of gray or white hair acquired after birth. Skin color is unchanged. See also achromotrichia, vitiligo.
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Virtual Private Snowflake is the only data warehouse that takes full advantage of the cloud while delivering the security financial services require.
WhereScape automation for Snowflake automates key development and operations workflows for Snowflake customers based on the native functions, wizards and best practices of Snowflake and incorporates data warehouse modelling methodologies such as 3NF, dimensional and Data Vault 2.
As an initial exercise, Year 8 students were challenged to construct Koch's Snowflake Curve manually by first using coloured pencils and isometric paper.
Radar reflectivity can be affected by snowflake properties such as mass, aspect ratio, orientation, width/height ratio, and the angle of snowflakes relative to the radar and the horizon.
Snowflake is anxious for the day it can fall to earth and share in the wonders it can see.
Snowflakes can inspire big fun, and you don't need to live in a snowy climate to make icy art and treats.
The world's largest snowflake was reported to be 15 inches across and 8 inches thick.
SNOWFLAKES patterns were long thought to be unique but these days we know that sometimes two snowflakes can be identical.
The 12 other snowflake sculptures, specially designed See by artists from across the UK, are also dotted around the city.
2 Take eight felt holly toppers and arrange them in a circle in the middle of the snowflake paper.
It says, "To give credit to the view that every snowflake is unique, the actual configuration depends on many secondary effects, which are of random origin.
Snowflake was founded by a team of veteran experts in database technology who saw the opportunity to reinvent the data warehouse to meet these needs.