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The term Unknown is used in a number of contexts:

  1. To indicate the lack of knowledge, such as the list of unsolved problems, unsolved problems in physics or the unknown unknown
  2. To refer to anonymity
  3. In mathematics, as a noun, the unknowns of an equation are the quantities (or variables) which are solutions of it
  4. Unknown is the title of a fantasy magazine published from 1939-1943.
  5. Unknown is the final boss and last time-released character of Tekken Tag Tournament.
  6. An informal name for members of Organization XIII of Kingdom Hearts.
  7. Unknown is a 2006 movie.

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Arlington National Cemetery:: Funeral Information (1021 words)
The chosen unknown soldier was transported to the United States aboard the USS Olympia.
Two unknowns from World War II, one from the European Theater and one from the Pacific Theater, were placed in identical caskets and taken aboard the USS Canberra, a guided-missile cruiser resting off the Virginia capes.
The Memorial Bridge leading from Washington, D.C., to Virginia is lined with a joint-service cordon as the remains of the Vietnam War Unknown are taken by motor escort to Arlington National Cemetery for interment in the Tomb of the Unknowns.
FBI - Art Theft Program (680 words)
On March 18, 1990, the Gardner Museum was robbed by two unknown white males dressed in police uniforms and identifying themselves a Boston police officers.
The unknown subjects gained entrance into the museum by advising on-duty security personnel that they were responding to a call of a disturbance within the compound.
Upon gaining entry, the two unknown subjects abducted the on duty security personnel, securing both guards with duct tape and handcuffs in separate remote areas of the museum's basement.
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