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Nautica is a designer outerwear company founded by David Chu in 1983.
Since its global inception almost two decades ago, Nautica has evolved into a complete lifestyle brand. The line of products includes Nautica Sportswear, Jeans, Tailored, Swimwear, Sleepwear, Boys, a full line of accessories including Eyewear, Watches and Fragrances, and a Nautica Home Collection. It is often worn by men and women of a higher income bracket who also indulge in the wearing of brand names such as Polo Ralph Lauren and Gant USA.
The brand is now owned by the VF Corporation.
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The brand is now owned by the VF Corporation. The numeric character references in HTML and XML are "P" and "p" for upper and lower case respectively. It is often worn by men and women of a higher income bracket who also indulge in the wearing of brand names such as Polo Ralph Lauren and Gant USA. The EBCDIC code for capital P is 215 and for lowercase p is 151. The line of products includes Nautica Sportswear, Jeans, Tailored, Swimwear, Sleepwear, Boys, a full line of accessories including Eyewear, Watches and Fragrances, and a Nautica Home Collection. The ASCII code for capital P is 80 and for lowercase p is 112; or in binary 01010000 and 01110000, correspondingly. Since its global inception almost two decades ago, Nautica has evolved into a complete lifestyle brand. In Unicode the capital P is codepoint U+0050 and the lowercase p is U+0070.
Nautica is a designer outerwear company founded by David Chu in 1983. In German, the digraph "pf" is common, representing a labial affricate of /p/ and /f/. See Nautica Thorn for the Hawaiian pornstar. A common example of assimilation is the tendency of prefixes ending in N to become M before P (such as "in" + "pulse" → "impulse" — see also List of Latin words with English derivatives). Both initial and final P can be combined with many other discrete consonants in English words. A common digraph in English is "ph", which represents the voiceless labiodental fricative /f/, and is commonly used to transliterate Phi ( φ ) in loanwords from Greek.
In English and most other European languages, P is a voiceless bilabial plosive (/p/ in the IPA). . Those who speak Arabic usually have difficulty pronouncing this sound; they pronounce it like b instead. Semitic Pê (mouth) as well as Greek Π or π (Pi) and the Etruscan and Latin letters that developed from the former alphabet all symbolized /p/, a plosive, unvoiced consonant.
Its name in English is pee. P is the sixteenth letter of the Latin alphabet. In Windows, Ctrl-P, and Mac OS, Command-P, prints the open document. In photography, most SLR cameras use P to signify program mode, where the camera sets both aperture and shutter speed.
In economics, P is usually used to represent price levels. In symbolic logic, p is often used to denote a proposition as well as q and r. In Roman naming convention, P is the abbreviation for the praenomen Publius. In publishing, a circled P, Ⓟ, represents a copyright on a sound recording.
the p-value of a given result in an experiment the is result's significance; that is, the probability of observing this result or a more extreme result, by chance alone. p denotes probability. In probability and statistics,
As the first letter of a postal code,
p is the symbol for momentum or pressure. In physics,
In United Kingdom
In New Zealand P is slang for pure methamphetamine. In music, p stands for piano, meaning "softly". In mathematics, blackboard bold represents the set of all prime numbers, while p is usually a variable representing a single arbitrary prime number. In international licence plate codes, P stands for Portugal.
In driving a motor vehicle, P designates the parking gear of an automatic transmission. In computing,
In computer science,
In baseball, P is the abbreviation for the position of pitcher.