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  1. Chevrolet Onix - Wikipedia

    The Chevrolet Onix is a subcompact car launched by American automaker Chevrolet in Brazil at the 2012 São Paulo International Motor Show and the second generation in China at the 2019 Shanghai Auto Show. In Brazil, it was launched to succeed Chevrolet Corsa and some versions of Chevrolet Celta.

  2. Onix - Wikipedia

    Onix may refer to: ONIX (publishing protocol), XML metadata formats for book publishers; Onix (Pokémon), a character in the Pokémon franchise; Chevrolet Onix, a subcompact car; Onix, a synonym of the legume genus Astragalus; People. Onix Cortés (born 1988), judoka from Cuba; Onix Concepción (born 1957), Puerto Rican Major League Baseball ...

  3. Ónix – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livreÓnix

    Ónix (pt) ou Ônix (pt-BR) é uma variedade semipreciosa de quartzo calcedônia, listrada de preto e branco.Entre suas variedades está o ônix carneliana, que possui listras brancas e vermelhas e a sardônia, que possui listras brancas e marrons.

    • várias
    • Sistema cristalino hexagonal
    • 1.543 - 1.552 a 1.545 - 1.554
    • sílica (dióxido de silício, SiO2)
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  5. Ónix - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libreÓnix

    El ónix u ónice (del griego onyx, ‘uña’) es un mineral de la clase 4 (); según la clasificación de Strunz es considerado como piedra semipreciosa, [1] aunque según la Asociación Mineralógica Internacional no es aceptado como mineral sino como una variedad de ágata o calcedonia.

    • Blanco, amarillo, verde, rojo y negro
    • Variedad de calcedonia
    • SiO₂
    • Óxido
  6. ONIX for Books - Wikipedia
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    ONIX for Books is an XML format for sharing bibliographic data pertaining to both traditional books and eBooks. It is the oldest of the three ONIX standards, and is widely implemented in the book trade in North America, Europe and increasingly in the Asia-Pacific region. It allows book and ebook publishers to create and manage a corpus of rich metadata about their products, and to exchange it with their customers in a coherent, unambiguous, and largely automated manner.

    The ONIX for Books standard provides a free-to-use format for passing descriptive metadata about books between publishers, data aggregators, book retailers and other interested parties in the publishing industry. Metadata concerning one or more book titles can be stored in a suitably formatted XML file known as an 'ONIX message' ready for dissemination. Whereas other data standards exist for storing the contents of a book - the text, layout and graphics - the ONIX for Books standard holds inform

    ONIX for Books Release 1.0 was published in 2000. Revisions were made in releases 1.1, 1.2 and 1.2.1. Release 2.0 was issued in 2001. A backwards-compatible version, Release 2.1, arrived in June 2003. Three minor revisions intended for general use have been made since then, the most recent in January 2006. A further revision intended solely for use in Japan was issued in 2010. Release 3.0 was published in April 2009 with some corrections in 2010, and the first minor revision was issued in Januar

    The ONIX for Books standard can be used to communicate a great deal more information than most publishers currently choose to provide. There are a number of reasons for this. Firstly, the standard is designed for use with many different types of book and no single publication is expected to use all of them. The standard also provides for the inclusion of sales and pricing information which a publisher may not wish to freely distribute outside their organization. And while the ONIX for Books stan

  7. Ónix – WikipédiaÓnix

    Az onix elnevezés tulajdonképpen az egyenletes színű kalcedonra utal. Ma a fekete színű változat megnevezése, de az ónix elnevezést egyúttal a síklapokból álló réteges kalcedonokra is használják.

  8. ONIX (publishing protocol) - Wikipedia

    ONIX (ONline Information eXchange) currently refers to any of three XML standard metadata formats developed by EDItEUR for use primarily within the book trade. ONIX was originally a single standard for capturing and communicating bibliographic data relating to books.

  9. Onix (Pokémon) - Bulbapedia, the community-driven Pokémon ...émon)
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    Onix is a Pokémon composed of a giant chain of gray boulders that become smaller towards the tail. Its length makes it the tallest Rock-type Pokémon. It has black eyes and a rounded snout. On top of its head is a rocky spine. As it grows older, it becomes more rounded and smoother, eventually becoming similar to black diamonds. Inside its brain is a magnet that serves as an internal compass.Onix tunnels under the ground at over 50 miles (80 kilometers) per hour, which causes tremors and a ter...

    Brock's Onix debuted in Showdown in Pewter City. He used it in his journeys in Kanto and Johto before giving it to his little brother, Forrest, for him to train in A Family That Battles Together Stays Together!. At some point before Grating Spaces, it evolved into a Steelix.Ash and his friends encountered a giant Onix in To Master the Onixpected. It was on a rampage until Bruno managed to pull a Sandslash out from two of its boulders. Bruno captured the Onix afterwards.The Crystal Onix featur...

    1. Onix is the only unevolved Pokémon that is used in the Pokémon World Tournament by Trainers beyond the right attendant, being used in all of Brock's teams. 2. The Onix line is the only one which can be completely acquired with in-game trades. However, this is only possible in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, in which the player can trade Bellsprout for Onix in Violet City, and any Pokémon for Steelix in Olivine City. 3. The Lagging Tail held item resembles the end of Onix's tail. 4. Onix...

  10. Onix - Wikipedia

    Onix (sau Onyx) este o varietate colorată alb negru, a calcedoniei care aparține de mineralele din grupa cuarțului, la fel ca și agatul, numai că acesta din urmă are mai multe nuanțe de culori.

  11. Chevrolet Onix – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

    O Onix é um automóvel hatchback e nothback, produzido pela Chevrolet; desenvolvido e fabricado pela General Motors do Brasil [1] [2]. Em 2013, foi apresentado no salão de São Paulo [ 3 ] , sendo uma das atrações da Chevrolet [ 4 ] .