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Pfizer can manufacture 8000 million oral corona drugs = CEO

 
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Details of Omicron will be revealed in the coming weeks, and he said he has created a new template for the development of vaccines for Omicron.
 

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Ο

Ο, ο(Omicron,Ancient greek: οὖ Wu,Greek: όμικρον, UK: omicron) IsGreek script15th letter mother.Number value[Note 1]Is 70,Note valueIs / o /.Latin alphabet OfO,Cyrillic OfОIs derived from this character. "O Mee Klong" means small "O", "O Mega", big "O" (Ω) Is a paired name. 

With this one letterGreek languageRepresents the definite article of the male nominative singular.example)ο θεός(God)

起源

Phoenician alphabet 𐤏 Phoenician ayin.svgDerived from (Ain).This letter is in SemiticVoiced pharyngeal fricative/ ʕ /Was represented.Greek does not have this consonant, so vowels/ o /Diverted to represent[1].

The original character name is/ o /Is the long vowel of/ oː /However, as a result of phonological changes before and after the classical period/ uː /Changed to[2].. When the distinction between long and short vowels disappeared around the 2nd and 3rd centuries, the short "Ο" and the long "ΩIn order to distinguish "", the former is called "small o" (ὂ μικρόν, Oh micron), The latter is "big o" (ὦ μέγα, Oh Mega) To distinguish[3].

Usage as a symbol

Code position

uppercase letterUnicodeJIS X 0213Character referenceLowercaseUnicodeJIS X 0213Character referenceRemarks
ΟU+039F1-6-15Ο
Ο
Ο
οU+03BF1-6-47ο
ο
ο
ΌU+038C-Ό
Ό
όU+03CC-ό
ό

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注 釈

  1. ^ A numerical value applied to a letter.Greek numeralsSee.

Source

  1. ^ Allen (1987) p.171
  2. ^ Allen (1987) pp.77,90,172-173
  3. ^ Allen (1987) p.173

References

  • W. Sidney Allen (1987) [1968]. Vox Graeca (3rd ed.). Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0521335558 

 

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