In fact, he distinguished himself so notably that the emperor frederick ii.

It was largely forgotten during the great depression and world war ii.

Despite his reservations, wilhelm ii spoke positively about relations with britain.

Cycad seeds from species on appendix ii are not cites regulated.

These fragmentary fossils were later destroyed in world war ii.

Second trick the widow ii as the widow cooks her chickens, the boys sneak onto her roof.

During world war ii, snipers reappeared as important factors on the battlefield.

There was a major expansion of the nationalised sector following world war ii.

Big bands played a major role in lifting morale during world war ii.

Only during the world war ii the recession ended in united states.

British Dictionary definitions for ii

pi^{1}

/paɪ/

noun (pl) pis

1.

the 16th letter in the Greek alphabet (Π, π), a consonant, transliterated as p

2.

(maths) a transcendental number, fundamental to mathematics, that is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Approximate value: 3.141 592…; symbol: π

Word Origin

C18 (mathematical use): representing the first letter of Greek periphereiaperiphery

Greek letter, from Hebrew, literally "little mouth." As the name of the mathematical constant, from 1841 in English, used in Latin 1748 by Swiss mathematician Leonhart Euler (1707-1783), as an abbreviation of Greek periphereia "periphery." For the meaning "printer's term for mixed type," see pie (3).

(pī) An irrational number that has a numerical value of 3.14159265358979... and is represented by the symbol π. It expresses the ratio of the circumference to the diameter of a circle and appears in many mathematical expressions.

The irrational number obtained by dividing the length of the diameter of a circle into its circumference. Pi is approximately 3.1416. The sign for pi is π.

The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D. Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers. Cite This Source