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Regla de 180 grados
                                               

Regla de 180 grados

En la creación de películas, la regla de los 180 grados ​ es una pauta básica sobre la relación espacial en pantalla entre un personaje y otro personaje u objeto dentro de una escena. Manteniendo la cámara en un lado de un eje imaginario entre dos personajes, el primer personaje siempre se encuentra la derecha del segundo personaje. Si se mueve la cámara sobre el eje se llama saltar la línea, cruzar la línea o saltarse el eje. La regla de los 180 grados permite al público conectarse visualmente con movimientos invisibles que suceden alrededor y detrás del temo inmediato y es especialmente importante en la narración de las escenas de batalla.

                                               

Curvatura lumbar de 45 grados

Durante la prehistoria la selección sexual adecuada entre seres humanos de los sexos masculino y femenino fue determinante para la supervivencia de la especie, los seres humanos solían tener la tendencia de reproducirse constantemente, por lo cual los varones al momento de escoger una pareja femenina tenían en cuenta si estás podían ser fértiles, y capaces de dar múltiples hijos. Para el primer objetivo las caderas y la espalda debían presentar un considerable dimorfismo sexual. ​

                                               

37 grados

Canción de pop-rock en la que se han encontrado influencias del ritmo merengue ​ La canción alcanzó el número 1 en la lista de Los 40 Principales la semana del 25 de abril de 1987.

Segundo grado
                                               

Segundo grado

Segundo grado puede referirse a: Segundo grado, un curso de la educación primaria en varios países. Parentesco de segundo grado: el que una persona tiene con un abuelo, abuelo político, abuelastro, nieto, nietastro, hermano, medio hermano, hermanastro o cuñado. Polinomio o ecuación de segundo grado, polinomio o ecuación algebraica cuadrática de segunda potencia. Discriminación de precios de segundo grado, consistente en agrupar el mercado de acuerdo a su disposición a pagar por el bien considerado. Quemadura de segundo grado: aquella que penetra más allá de la epidermis sin ocupar todo el espesor de la piel. Segundo grado de prisiones: corresponde a penados en régimen penitenciario ordinario.

Tercer grado
                                               

Tercer grado

Tercer grado puede referirse a: Third Degree, dúo musical australiano. Tercer grado de prisiones: corresponde a penados en régimen penitenciario abierto, autorizados a vivir en semilibertad; Tercer grado interrogatorio, consistente en infligir dolor, físico o mental, para extraer confesiones o declaraciones; The Three Degrees, grupo musical estadounidense; o Parentesco de tercer grado: el que una persona tiene con un bisabuelo, bisnieto, tío, tío político o sobrino; Quemadura de tercer grado: aquella que penetra por todo el espesor de la piel; Tercer Grado, programa mexicano de televisión; Discriminación de precios de tercer grado, consistente en aplicar un precio lineal para cada tipo de consumidor; Polinomio o ecuación de tercer grado, polinomio o ecuación algebraica cúbica de tercera potencia;

Eusebio Grados
                                               

Eusebio Grados

Eusebio Grados Robles, conocido como Chato Grados, ​ fue un popular cantante de música andina de Perú, principalmente de huaylarsh.

Ecuación de segundo grado
                                               

Ecuación de segundo grado

Una ecuación de segundo grado ​ o ecuación cuadrática de una variable es una ecuación que tiene la expresión general: donde x es la variable, y a, b y c constantes; a es el coeficiente cuadrático distinto de 0, b el coeficiente lineal y c es el término independiente. Este polinomio se puede interpretar mediante la gráfica de una función cuadrática, es decir, por una parábola. Esta representación gráfica es útil, porque las abscisas de las intersecciones o punto de tangencia de esta gráfica, en el caso de existir, con el eje X son las raíces reales de la ecuación. Si la parábola no corta el eje X las raíces son números complejos, corresponden a un discriminante negativo.

Jesús Ávila de Grado
                                               

Jesús Ávila de Grado

Jesús Ávila es un bioquímico español. Licenciado en Ciencias Químicas por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid en 1967. Posteriormente realizó la tesis doctoral en el laboratorio de Margarita Salas en el Centro de Biología Molecular Severo Ochoa, en Madrid. Tras terminar el doctorado realizó una estancia postdoctoral en el NIH, Maryland, USA. De regreso, se incorporó como investigador en el Centro de Biología Molecular Severo Ochoa de Madrid, centro del que ha sido su director en dos ocasiones. En la actualidad es director científico del Centro de Investigación Biomédica en Red sobre Enfermedades Neurodegenerativas ​ y profesor vinculado" ad honorem ” del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas.

Embalse de El Grado
                                               

Embalse de El Grado

El embalse de El Grado se localiza en las inmediaciones del municipio oscense de El Grado, aguas abajo del embalse de Mediano. La construcción de la presa se concluyó en 1969, represando las aguas del río Cinca junto al pueblo de El Grado. Se trata de una presa de gravedad que ocupa una superficie de 1273 hectáreas embalsando una capacidad máxima de 400 Hm 3. En él se origina el canal del Cinca que forma parte del sistema de riegos del Alto Aragón, y sus aguas se aprovechan, además, para la generación de energía hidroeléctrica. ​ Está destinado primordialmente a regar las tierras de la zona, y en segundo lugar la producción de energía eléctrica. El embalse de El Grado está gestionado por la Confederación Hidrográfica del Ebro.

Peñaflor (Grado)
                                               

Peñaflor (Grado)

Peñaflor es una parroquia del concejo de Grado, en el Principado de Asturias. Alberga una población de 261 habitantes ​ en 169 viviendas. Ocupa una extensión de 8.57 km². Está situada en el centro de la zona norte del concejo. Limita al norte con el concejo de Candamo; al este y al sureste con la parroquia de Gurullés; al sur, de nuevo con la de Gurullés y con la de La Mata; y al oeste, de nuevo con La Mata, y con Grado y Castañedo. El templo parroquial se halla en el lugar de Peñaflor. Se celebra con oficio religioso la festividad del Santísimo Sacramento, el primer domingo de agosto. El 22 de julio de 2009 se inauguró un apeadero de FEVE. ​

Tippi Degre
                                               

Tippi Degre

Tippi Benjamine Okanti Degre is a French woman best known for spending her youth in Namibia among wild animals and tribes people. In 2002–03, she was the presenter of Around the World with Tippi, six wildlife and environmental TV documentaries.

Alajos Degre
                                               

Alajos Degre

Alajos Degre, January 6, 1819 – Budapest, November 1, 1896) was Hungarian lawyer, legal historian, author and one of the key figures of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848.

45 Degrees
                                               

45 Degrees

45 Degrees is the third studio album by ARIA Award winning, Torres Strait Islander singer Christine Anu. Anu sites Melbourne-based producer Jarrad Rogers as the key catalyst to this musical re-awakening. Long runs with the stage show Kissing Frogs and the birth of her second child Zipporah had left Christine a little hesitant about returning to the studio. "Basically, I wasn’t going to do another album until the right person was found," she states, "And I’ve been blessed. Our paths were meant to meet." In an interview with Paul Cashmere in March 2004, Anu said the album was self indulgent and "We let each song evolve and the strong ones stayed and the other ones have gone into a catalogue to be resurrected somewhere down the track".

2.0 (98 Degrees album)
                                               

2.0 (98 Degrees album)

2.0 is the fifth studio album by American boy band 98 Degrees. The album was released on May 7, 2013 through eOne Music. It is their first studio album in thirteen years following Revelation, The album was released by eOne Music, making it their first released through an independent record label rather than a major label like Motown or Universal Records. 2.0 debuted at number 65 on the Billboard 200, and number 12 on the Independent Album chart becoming the groups lowest-charting album since their 1997 debut album, 98 Degrees, which debuted at number 145.

100 Degrees
                                               

100 Degrees

100 Degrees is a song by Australian singer-songwriter Kylie Minogue, with her sister Dannii Minogue. The track was the second single from Kylies album Kylie Christmas. It was released on 13 November 2015 by Parlophone and Warner Bros. Records. An alternate version of the song was released on 1 April 2016, "100 Degrees ", without the word "Christmas". Kylie announced that the song would serve as the second single during The X Factor Australia on 16 November. She also confirmed that she would perform the track, alongside Dannii, on the season 7 grand final on 24 November. In a statement, Kylie said: "Ill be bringing a little Christmas cheer to The X Factor stage, I cant wait to come home and perform on the show with Dannii". The performance was their first performance together since their live performance of "Kids" on her Showgirl: The Homecoming Tour in 2006, and the first televised performance together since they performed "Sisters Are Doin It for Themselves" on Young Talent Time in 1986. Kylie wrote "100 Degrees" about adapting to a winter Christmas in the UK after being raised in Australia and was inspired by Donna Summers vintage disco classics. Dannii said; "Theres not enough party Christmas songs, everyone has Christmas parties, but what music do you put on? This song is perfect for dancing to. And our X Factor performance is going to be all guns blazing. And by guns, I mean glitter guns. Its going to be a very sparkly, very Minogue Christmas." The song was used by Target Australia for their Christmas commercials. The adverts starred Dannii Minogue, who has a fashion line with Target Australia. "100 Degrees" finished 2016 as the UKs seventeenth biggest selling vinyl of the year.

Two Degrees
                                               

Two Degrees

"Oh My" featuring Jenna McDougall "Two Degrees" "Papercuts" featuring Vera Blue "You Say When" featuring Marko Penn "If Looks Could Kill" "Hazard to Myself" featuring Sir The Baptist "Truce" "Forget It" "Extra Extra" featuring Mike Waters "Lightshow" "Catch 22" featuring Anne-Marie "Highway"

A Million Degrees
                                               

A Million Degrees

A Million Degrees is the third studio album by the industrial rock band Emigrate. It was released on November 30, 2018 via Vertigo Records. First recorded in 2015, the album was destroyed in a flood in 2017, and had to be re-recorded. Recording sessions took place at Studio Engine 55 in Berlin with drums recorded at Funkhaus Studio. It features guest appearances from Ben Kowalewicz, Cardinal Copia, Margaux Bossieux and Till Lindemann. Frontman Richard Z. Kruspes equipment included ESP Guitars, Mesa Boogie Rectifier amps, Pro Tools and Native Instruments. Music videos for "1234" and "You Are So Beautiful" were shot in Los Angeles directed by Bill Yukich and released on October 18 and November 30, 2018 respectively. The video for "War" was directed by David Gesslbauer and released on March 5, 2019.

The Three Degrees
                                               

The Three Degrees

The Three Degrees is an American female vocal group, which was originally formed in circa 1965 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Although 15 women have been members over the years, the group has always been a trio. The current line-up consists of Valerie Holiday, Helen Scott and Freddie Pool. Holiday has been a member since she first joined in 1967, while Scott has been a permanent member since 1976, having been in the group from 1965 to 1966. The group were particularly successful in the UK, achieving 13 Top 50 hit singles between 1974 and 1985. The original members were Fayette Pinkney, Shirley Porter and Linda Turner. Porter and Turner were soon replaced by Janet Harmon and Helen Scott. The line-up from 1967 to 1976 was Pinkney, Valerie Holiday and Sheila Ferguson, who would go on to sing lead on most of the groups biggest hits. This line-up topped the US Hot 100 as featured vocalists on the MFSB single "TSOP The Sound of Philadelphia" in 1974, and had seven UK Top 40 hits, including the 1974 single "When Will I See You Again", which was a huge international hit, reaching the Top 5 in seven countries, including number two in the US and topping the UK Singles Chart. When Pinkney left the group in 1976, she was replaced by a returning Helen Scott. This line-up had four UK Top 20 hits, including "Woman in Love", which reached number three in 1979. Ferguson left for a solo career in 1986. The groups most stable line-up was from 1989 to 2010, with Cynthia Garrison joining Holiday and Scott. They achieved a final UK chart entry, reaching number 54 in 1998 with a dance cover of "Last Christmas". Garrison left the band at the end of 2010 due to health reasons, and was replaced by Freddie Pool in 2011. The groups 2016 album, Strategy: Our Tribute to Philadelphia, was their first studio album release with Pool as a member. Holiday and Scott have now been members of the group together for over 40 years, with Holiday having been a permanent member for over 50 years.

Six degrees
                                               

Six degrees

Six degrees may refer to: Six degrees of separation, the theory that anyone on earth can be connected to any other person on the planet through a chain of acquaintances that has no more than five intermediaries Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, a trivia game that requires a group of players to connect any film actor to Kevin Bacon in as few links as possible Six degrees of freedom, motion in three-dimensional space, with three translation motions and three rotation motions SixDegrees.org, a social networking website created by Bacon based on the game, intended to link people to charities SixDegrees.com, a social networking website from 1997 to 2001 Six Degrees patent, covering patterns on which modern social networking is founded

Da Degrees
                                               

Da Degrees

Da Degrees is an independent record label co-founded by Canadian rapper Big Lean and business partner Lotto Max. The label also forms a hip hop collective for its currently signed artists.