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BNT 1

BNT 1 (БНТ 1, BNT edin) is a Bulgarian-language public television station founded in 1959. It began broadcasting on December 26 the same year. The headquarters are located in Sofia, Bulgaria. BNT 1 is run by the Bulgarian National Television.When it was initially launched, the channel was called simply ''Bulgarian Television'' (''Българска телевизия''), as it was the only channel available. When a second state-owned channel was started in 1974, it was renamed to ''First Programme''... read more

−1

In 2sCmathematics , −1 is the 2sCmathematicsadditive inverse of 1 , that is, the number that when added to 1 gives the additive identity element, 0. It is the negative negativeinteger greater than negative two (−2) and less than  0 .Negative one bears relation to 0Euler's identity since ''e''pi = −1.In 0Euler's identitysoftware development , −1 is a common initial value for integers and is also used to show that a variable contains no useful information.Negative one... read more

1

Year 1 () was a or (link will display the full calendar) of the (the sources differ, see for further information) and a of the . It is a , in the system. At the time, it was known as the Year of the of and (or, less frequently, year 754 '). The denomination 1 for this year has been used since the early , when the became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years. It was the first year of the / era. The preceding year is in the widely used Julian calendar, which does not have a "".... read more

1.

1. is the ordinal form of the number one in a number of European languages. read more

£1

There are many £1 banknotes, bills or coins, including: read more

$1

$1 primarily refers banknotes, bills or coins, including:== Currency ==Other currencies with $1 banknotes, bills or coins are:== Other uses ==$1, a formal parameter in some programming languages read more

1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + ⋯

alt=A graph showing a line that dips just below the ''y''-axisIn mathematics, also written \sum_{n=1}^{\infin} n^0, \sum_{n=1}^{\infin} 1^n, or simply \sum_{n=1}^{\infin} 1, is a divergent series, meaning that its sequence of partial sums do not converge to a limit in the real numbers. The sequence 1 can be thought of as a geometric series with the common ratio 1. Unlike other geometric series with rational ratio (except −1), it neither converges in real numbers nor in -adic numbers for some .... read more

1+1

1+1 is a mathematical expression that evaluates to:The terms 1+1, One Plus One, or One and One may refer to: read more

6-1-1

For customers of some telephone companies in telephone companiesCanada and in the U.S. , 611 is the U.S.abbreviated dialing U.S.abbreviated dialingtelephone number used to report a problem with telephone service, or with a U.S.abbreviated dialingtelephone numberpayphone . It is an U.S.abbreviated dialingtelephone numberpayphoneN11 code of the North American Numbering Plan that are used for special services.==RANGER Wireless==A service from RANGER Wireless Solutions exists called 611... read more

5-1-1

5-1-1, initially designated for road weather information, is a transportation and traffic information telephone in some regions of the and Canada. Travelers can dial the three-digit 5-1-1 on traditional telephones and most mobile phones. It is an of the that are used for special services. The number code has also extended to be the default name of many state/provincial transportation department road conditions websites, such as Wisconsin's site.Some 5-1-1 services have a scope which is basically... read more

7-1-1

In and the , the 711 is used for the to from for the to , and vice versa. The service allows people to converse with the over the phone through an . 711 is one of eight s for in the .==Requirement==In the U.S., every is required to connect persons who dial 711 to a TRS from a working number.In July 2007 the ruled that the 711 requirement extended to . read more

8-1-1

8-1-1 is an N-1-1 N-1-1telephone number in N-1-1telephone numberCanada and the N-1-1telephone numberCanadaUnited States . In Canada, the number is used for non-urgent health services. In the United States, 8-1-1 provides a uniform national phone number to access local N-1-1telephone numberCanadaUnited Statesutility location services.== United States ==In March of 2005, the United States 150pxFederal Communications Commission (FCC) made 8-1-1 the universal number for the 71 regional services... read more

2-1-1

2-1-1 is a special abbreviated telephone number reserved in Canada and the United States as an easy-to-remember three-digit abbreviatedtelephone number meant to provide information and referrals to health, human and social service organizations.Like the abbreviatedtelephone numberemergency telephone number 9-1-1, 2-1-1 is one of the eight abbreviatedtelephone numberemergency telephone numberN11 code s of the abbreviatedtelephone numberemergency telephone numberN11 codeNorth American Numbering... read more

3-1-1

3-1-1 is a special telephone number supported in many communities in telephone numberCanada and the telephone numberCanadaUnited States . The number provides access to non-emergency municipal services. The number format follows the municipalN11 code for a group of short, special-purpose local numbers as designated in the municipalN11 codeNorth American Numbering Plan .The number 3-1-1 is intended in part to divert routine inquiries and non-urgent community concerns from the municipalN11... read more

4-1-1

4-1-1 is the telephone number for local telephonedirectory assistance in the telephonedirectory assistanceUnited States and telephonedirectory assistanceUnited StatesCanada .4-1-1 is also commonly referred to as "D.A.", "Directory Assistance", or "Information".Approximately 6 billion calls are made to 4-1-1 within the United States every year.4-1-1 has been used since at least 1930New York Telephone Directory for Manhattan, 1930, on film at the NYPL in telephonedirectory assistanceUnited... read more

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