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Wish Stream

Wish Stream is a small, steep English river, which is a tributary of the River Blackwater. For much of its length it forms the boundary between the counties of Berkshire and Surrey. It rises on heath land to the north of Camberley, and descends i ...

                                               

Z. japonica

Z. japonica may refer to: Zostera japonica, a seagrass species in the genus Zostera Zoysia japonica, a creeping grass species in the genus Zoysia native to southeastern and eastern Asia

                                               

Angular

Angular vein, formed by the junction of the frontal vein and supraorbital vein Angular bone, a large bone in the lower jaw of amphibians and reptiles Angular incisure, a small anatomical notch on the stomach Angular artery, the terminal part of t ...

                                               

Hacketts Marsh

Hacketts Marsh is a 20.4-hectare Local Nature Reserve in Bursledon in Hampshire. It is owned by Hampshire County Council and managed by Hampshire Countryside Service. It is part of Solent and Southampton Water Ramsar site and Special Protection A ...

                                               

Vankalai Sanctuary

Vankalai Sanctuary is located North-West of Sri Lanka in the District of Mannar. This site covers an area of 4.839 ha and consists of several ecosystems which range from arid-zone thorn scrubland, arid-zone pastures and maritime grasslands, sand ...

                                               

Jalisco dry forests

The Jalisco dry forests occupy the coastal lowlands and foothills of Jalisco, Colima, Nayarit, and Michoacan states. The Pacific Ocean lies to the west and south, and the ecoregion includes the Islas Marias The higher-elevation pine-oak forests o ...

                                               

Taenia

Taenia thalami, a superior surface of the thalamus of the mammal brain Taenia of fourth ventricle, two narrow bands of white matter of the mammal brain Taenia coli, three separate longitudinal ribbons of smooth muscle of the large intestine

                                               

E. flavescens

E. flavescens may refer to: Eurycorypha flavescens, a bush cricket Elachista flavescens, a European moth Empidonax flavescens, a tyrant flycatcher Empoasca flavescens, a green leafhopper Eumecynostomum flavescens, an acoelomorph worm Elleanthus f ...

                                               

Six Oaks of Likoshan

The Six Oaks of Likoshan are a grove of Quercus pubescens trees in the village of Likoshan in the Glogovac municipality, in the Drenica region of Kosovo. The very old trees are among Kosovos few natural monuments. The locals call it Te Lisat Gjas ...

                                               

O. maculata

O. maculata may refer to: Oligoria maculata, an American skipper Odontocheilopteryx maculata, a snout moth Ocyropsis maculata, a comb jelly Oeceoclades maculata, a monk orchid Orleanesia maculata, a plant native to South America Oecia maculata, a ...

                                               

S. nigra

S. nigra is an abbreviation of a species name. In binomial nomenclature the name of a species is always the name of the genus to which the species belongs, followed by the species name. In S. nigra the genus name has been abbreviated to S. and th ...

                                               

Inter-caste marriage in Nepal

Inter-caste marriage in Nepal has been gradually gaining acceptance. An inter-caste marriage is a type of marriage that is done outside of ones caste. The Government of Nepal gives a sum of रू100.000 Nepalese rupees to people who have an inter-ca ...

                                               

Free enterprise (disambiguation)

MS Free Enterprise VI, a ferry in service with European Ferries & P&O Ferries between 1972 and 1996 MS Herald of Free Enterprise, a ferry in service with European Ferries from 1980 until she sank in 1987 MS Pride of Free Enterprise, a ferry i ...

                                               

Golf with Your Friends

Golf with Your Friends is a golf video game developed by Blacklight Interactive and published by Team17. The game started in early access on Steam on 30 January 2016 and fully released on 24 May 2020 for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlaySt ...

                                               

Poly Bridge 2

Poly Bridge 2 is a simulation-puzzle game that is the sequel to Poly Bridge. The game is developed and published Dry Cactus, with music composed by Adrian Talens. It was available worldwide on 28 May 2020 for Linux, macOS and Microsoft Windows.

                                               

IBM platform (disambiguation)

IBM z System, an older name for IBM Z IBM System z, an older name for IBM Z PureSystems, an IBM product line of factory pre-configured components and servers also being referred to as an "Expert Integrated System" IBM PC compatible, a machine com ...

                                               

Infer.NET

Infer.NET is a free and open source.NET software library for machine learning. It supports running Bayesian inference in graphical models and can also be used for probabilistic programming.

                                               

Gilbert Gapay

Lieutenant General Gilbert Italia Gapay is the 61st and current Chief of the Philippine Army appointed by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on December 06, 2019 and confirmed by the Commission on Appointments.

                                               

General Dynamics–Boeing AFTI/F-111A Aardvark

The General Dynamics–Boeing AFTI/F-111A Aardvark was part of the Advanced Fighter Technology Integration program by the United States Air Force Flight Dynamics Laboratory and NASA to improve the performance of the General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark. ...

                                               

Renault 130 hp V-12

The Renault 130 hp V-12 engine was a development from the earlier 100 hp V-12. The main changes in design included an increased angle between the two rows of six cylinders, now being placed at an 90° angle instead of 60° at the previous V-12. Ano ...

                                               

AH-1

1981 AH1, or 2684 Douglas 2002 AH1, or 95008 Ivanobertini 1983 AH1, or 4783 Wasson 1994 AH1, or 7257 Yoshiya 1991 AH1, or 8166 Buczynski 1996 AH1, or 37699 Santini-Aichl

                                               

Ceccy Twum

Ceccy was born to the family of Mr and Mrs Andoh in Accra, Ghana. She is married to Prophet Alex Twum and they have three children. Ceccy Twum started her primary school education at the Don Bosco Catholic Primary and Junior high in Winneba and p ...

                                               

Variable geometry

Variable geometry may refer to: Variable-geometry acoustical dome Wing configuration#Variable geometry ways to alter the shape of an aircrafts wings in flight in order to alter their aerodynamic properties Anglo-French Variable Geometry AFVG airc ...

                                               

Regina Soufli

Regina Soufli is a Greek-America physicist and a staff scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, in Livermore, California, where she works on the manufacturing and the characterization of materials and thin-film coatings for extreme ul ...

                                               

Japanese submarine chaser Cha-42 (1943)

She was laid down on 10 July 1942 and launched on 7 June 1943. On 27 August 1943, she was completed, commissioned, and assigned to the Sasebo Defense Force, Sasebo Naval District. On 15 October 1943, she was reassigned to the 31st Guard Unit Unit ...

                                               

Japanese submarine chaser Cha-246 (1944)

Cha-246 or No. 246 was a No.1-class auxiliary submarine chaser of the Imperial Japanese Navy that served during World War II.

                                               

Japanese submarine chaser Cha-249 (1944)

Cha-249 or No. 249 was a No.1-class auxiliary submarine chaser of the Imperial Japanese Navy that served during World War II.

                                               

Smith & Wesson Elite Series

The Smith & Wesson Elite Series are break-open shotguns offered by Smith & Wesson circa 2007 to 2010. The shotguns were manufactured at a Smith & Wesson facility in Turkey.

                                               

Smith & Wesson Model 916

Noble Manufacturing Company of Haydenville village within Williamsburg, Massachusetts, was a small gunmaker that produced shotguns and.22 caliber rifles. Noble, incorporated in 1943, was in bankruptcy as of mid-1971, and went out of business in 1 ...

                                               

Smith & Wesson 1000 Series

The Smith & Wesson 1000 Series are semi-automatic shotguns offered by Smith & Wesson circa 2007 to 2010. The shotguns were manufactured at a Smith & Wesson facility in Turkey.

                                               

Photovoltaic module analysis techniques

Multiple different photovoltaic module analysis techniques are available and necessary for the inspection of photovoltaic modules, the detection of occurring degradation and the analysis of cell properties. The analysis of PV modules during produ ...

                                               

High Gothic

High Gothic is a particularly refined and imposing style of Gothic architecture that appeared in northern France from about 1195 until 1250. Notable examples include Chartres Cathedral, Reims Cathedral, Amiens Cathedral, Beauvais Cathedral, and B ...

                                               

Middle Gate (Piraeus)

Themistokles built the walls and city gates of Piraeus in 493 BC and according to Thucydides this marked the foundation of the city of Piraeus. However, most of the construction took place following the Greco-Persian Wars. The city gates were mon ...

                                               

Makra Stoa

The Makra Stoa is an archaeological site which formed part of the urban fabric of the ancient city of Piraeus in Attica, Greece

                                               

Museum of Ceuta

The Museum of Ceuta also known as Museum of the Ravelin, is a museum located in Ceuta, Spain. It is based in the former Pabellon Militar del Cuartel del Revellin, and has a collection of archaeological pieces from the region of the Strait of Gibr ...

                                               

Kim Seong-ju (born 1964)

Kim Seong-ju is a South Korean entrepreneur and politician who is the representative of the Jeonju C constituency in the National Assembly. He served as the Chairman of the National Pension Service from 2017 to 2019.

                                               

William Crooks (colonel)

William "Billy" Crooks was a Colonel during the American Civil War, member of the House of Representatives, U.S. Military Academy graduate, and a veteran railroader. He led the 6th Regiment Minnesota Volunteer Infantry from August of 1862 to Octo ...

                                               

Thomas Paschall Roberts

Thomas Paschall Roberts was a civil engineer and surveyor who worked as the chief engineer of the Monongahela Navigation Company and named Black Eagle Falls and Rainbow Falls during his survey of the Missouri River.

                                               

Combat of Turbigo

The combat of Turbigo was an episode of the War of the Second Coalition It took place on May 31, 1800 in Turbigo between Austrians and French, the latter coming from Piedmont after crossing the Alps. On May 30, 1800 the French soldiers of the Bou ...

                                               

Sibpur, Paschim Bardhaman

Sibpur is a village in Kanksa CD block in the Durgapur subdivision of the Paschim Bardhaman district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

                                               

List of Army Bureau of Current Affairs publications

The Army Bureau of Current Affairs as an organisation set up to educate and raise morale amongst British servicemen and servicewomen during World War II.

                                               

Rene Charles Edmond His

Rene Charles Edmond His, who signed his paintings Rene His or E. Rene-His, was a formally trained French painter known for landscapes, especially of rivers, and for Orientalist scenes inspired by travel in Algeria. Coming of age and achieving ear ...

                                               

Tropical Depression Josie

Tropical Depression Josie was a weak tropical system that impacted the Philippine archipelago of Luzon, bringing widespread flooding. The tropical depression was classified in the South China Sea on July 20, and steadily moved eastward while grad ...

                                               

Marie-Louise Paris

Marie-Louise Paris, known as Mademoiselle Paris was a French engineer who founded the lInstitut electro-mecanique feminin in 1925, which became the lEcole polytechnique feminine and is now the EPF School of Engineering.

                                               

Mid-Manhattan Library

The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library, also known as the Mid-Manhattan Library, is a branch of the New York Public Library at the southeast corner of 40th Street and Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. It is located diagonally acr ...

                                               

John Bradley (historian)

John Bradley was a historian and archaeologist at NUI Maynooth. He grew up in Kilkenny and published many papers about his hometown. He worked with Professor George Eogan at the archaeological excavations at Knowth. He left a large corpus of work ...

                                               

Kono Machi Tour 2019

Kono Machi Tour 2019 is an upcoming live video by Japanese singer/songwriter Chisato Moritaka. Recorded live at the Kumamoto Castle Hall in Kumamoto on December 8, 2019, the video is set for release on August 26, 2020 by Warner Music Japan on Blu ...

                                               

Aquamarine no Mama de Ite

"Aquamarine no Mama de Ite" is the second single by Carlos Toshiki & Omega Tribe, released by VAP on August 10, 1988. The single peaked at #3 on the Oricon charts. The single is widely recognized as a signature song for Omega Tribe, especially af ...

                                               

Down in the Weeds, Where the World Once Was

Down in the Weeds, Where the World Once Was is the upcoming tenth studio album by Bright Eyes, the Nebraska band of Conor Oberst, Mike Mogis, and Nate Walcott. The release marks the bands first project in nearly a decade, following The Peoples Ke ...

                                               

Podu

Podu starts off the names of several places in Romania. It is also a traditional system of cultivation used by tribes in India, whereby different areas of jungle forest are cleared by burning each year to provide land for crops.

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