Definitions for "Amanda "
Cherenkov detector, embedding in the ice located at the south pole, designed to look at very high energy neutrinos. For more information see
Antarctic Muon and Neutrino Detector Array is a detector being constructed at the South Pole, whose purpose is to observe high-energy neutrinos from astrophysical point sources.
Antarctic Muon And Neutrino Detector Array. A highly sophisticated (ie, expensive) experiment to detect elusive cosmic particles. It is being developed by a consortium of US and European institutions. AMANDA shares the MAPO building with CARA.
Amanda is a novel written by Candice F. Ransom. It is the first in the Sunfire series series of thirty-two books.
Amanda is a fictional character from the universe of the and , portrayed by actress Elizabeth Gracen. She is an Immortal.
Amanda is a fictional character in the American dramedy series Ugly Betty. She is played by Becki Newton.
a caring, thoughtful young girl
Amanda Lameche, known professionally as Amanda, is a French-born pop singer who started getting involved in music after her family settled in Täby, Sweden. While taking dance classes, she joined the musical The Sound of Music and was soon singing "Little Stars" at Gothenburg's World Athletic Games. Amanda became the first young female pop act to sign with Madonna's Maverick Records, making her professional debut with "You Don't Stand a Chance," from the Rugrats in Paris movie soundtrack.
The Amanda is an award given annually at the Norwegian International Film Festival in Haugesund, Norway, since 1985. The award is a sculpture by the Norwegian sculptor Kristian Kvakland, measuring 30 cm (12") and weighing 2.5 kg (5.5 lb). The name, and theme, of the sculpture comes from a legendary local woman from the 1920s.
Keywords:  niece
Amanda is a popular network backup and archiving software that protects multiple machines running various versions of Linux, Unix, and Microsoft Windows operating systems. It supports tapes, disks, optical media, and changers.
Amanda is a Latin gerundive name meaning "(female) that must be loved." In the majority of the seventeenth century, the freshness of Restoration drama in England included the creation of bright new character names, especially for women. Most of them had a Latin root.
"Amanda" is a popular song by arena rock band Boston. It is a love ballad, a type of song Boston doesn't typically perform. It also ended up being Boston's biggest hit single on the Billboard Hot 100, reaching number one for two weeks in September 1986.
Keywords:  trinamic, sexy, adam, felt, pin
Sexy trinamic pin-up girl. adam felt her up. go adam.
Keywords:  manga, easier, read, program, computer
Amanda is a program to make it easier to read manga on the computer