# nought

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**Duck (cricket)**— In the sport of cricket, a duck refers to a batsman s dismissal for a score of zero. Contents 1 Origin of the term 2 Significant ducks 3 Variations 4 Pair …72

**The Icon Bar**— This article is about the website. For the RISC OS feature, see Icon bar. The Icon Bar URL iconbar.com Commercial? No …73

**Mankind**— (ca. 1465) With the exception of EVERYMAN,Mankind is probably the best known and most often studied late medieval MORALITY PLAY. A verse drama in 914 lines, Mankind is written in the East Midland dialect of MIDDLE ENGLISH, and is known to have …74

**Numbers and fractions**— This entry deals with: • numbers, such as 4, 108, and 1,001 • Roman numerals, such as IV, XII, and XXXII • ordinal numbers, such as seventh , twenty first , and 63rd • fractions, decimals, and percentages, such as *41/2, 3.142, and 21% • ways of… …75

**numbers and fractions**— This entry deals with: • numbers, such as 4, 108, and 1,001 • Roman numerals, such as IV, XII, and XXXII • ordinal numbers, such as seventh , twenty first , and 63rd • fractions, decimals, and percentages, such as *41/2, 3.142, and 21% • ways of… …76

**naught**— I. pronoun also nought Etymology: Middle English nought, from Old English nāwiht, from nā no + wiht creature, thing more at no, wight Date: before 12th century nothing < efforts came to naught > II. noun also …77

**Surreal number**— In mathematics, the surreal number system is an arithmetic continuum containing the real numbers as well as infinite and infinitesimal numbers, respectively larger or smaller in absolute value than any positive real number. The surreals share… …78

**English numerals**— are words for numbers used in English speaking cultures. Contents 1 Cardinal numbers 2 Specialized numbers 3 Multiplicative numerals 4 Negative numbers …79

**John Fisher, 1st Baron Fisher**— The Lord Fisher of Kilverstone Born 25 January 1841 Ceylon Died …80

**Dreadnought**— Dread|nought 〈[ drɛ̣dnɔ:t] m. 6〉 1. erster engl. Schlachtschifftyp von 1906 2. 〈allg.; veraltet〉 Großkampfschiff [engl., eigtl. „fürchte nichts“] * * * Dreadnought [ drednɔːt; englisch, eigentlich »Fürchtenichts«] der, s, s, ursprünglicher Name …