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Glass cone

A glass cone is a glass production structure historically unique to the United Kingdom. A glass cone had a large central furnace, a circular platform where the glassblowers worked, and smaller furnaces around the its wall to ensure the glass did ...

                                               

Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment

The Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment is the senior minister at the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment in the Government of Ireland. The current Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment is Tanaiste and Leader of Fine ...

                                               

Bell II, British Columbia

Bell II is an unincorporated community in the Skeena Mountains of northwestern British Columbia, Canada. It is located along the Stewart-Cassiar Highway, about 252 kilometres north of Kitwanga and 239 kilometres south of Dease Lake. The name deri ...

                                               

Durpata

Durpata is a mountain of the Garhwal Himalaya in Uttarakhand India. It is situated in the Kamet range. The elevation of Durpata is 6.468 metres and its prominence is 638 metres. It is 93rd highest located entirely within the Uttrakhand. Nanda Dev ...

                                               

George Mitchell (Irish criminal)

George Mitchell, nicknamed The Penguin, is an Irish criminal originally from Ballyfermot. He had an older brother Patrick, who died in January 2020. He is a cousin of Gay Mitchell and Jim Mitchell.

                                               

Geoffrey Waddington

Geoffrey Waddington was a Canadian conductor and violinist. Waddington was raised in Lethbridge, Alberta, where he began playing violin as a child; he was conducting by the time he was twelve years old. In 1922, he began working in radio and also ...

                                               

Canvas Creek

Canvas Creek is a stream in Thompson-Nicola Regional District in the Interior region of British Columbia, Canada. It is in the Pacific Ocean drainage basin and is a right tributary of the North Thompson River. The creek begins on an unnamed alpin ...

                                               

2020 Sunshine Coast Gympie Rugby League season

The 2020 Sunshine Coast Gympie Rugby League season was to be the 101st season rugby league football in the area that is now the Sunshine Coast, Queensland. The start to the season was disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, which was formally declare ...

                                               

Streets Of Avalon

Streets Of Avalon was sired by Magnus, who won the Group 1 Galaxy. He was offered for sale at the Inglis yearling sales, however was withdrawn and retained by his breeder.

                                               

Hit91.9 Bendigo

Hit91.9 Bendigo is a commercial radio station owned and operated by Southern Cross Austereo as part of the Hit Network. The station is broadcast to Central Victoria from studios in the Bendigo suburb of Golden Square. The station commenced broadc ...

                                               

Phebalium elegans

Phebalium elegans is a species of spreading shrub that is endemic to Western Australia. It has warty branchlets, wedge-shaped leaves and two to five white flowers arranged in umbels on the ends of branchlets.

                                               

Phebalium megaphyllum

Phebalium megaphyllum is a species of erect, rounded shrub that is endemic to Western Australia. It has glandular-warty branchlets, oblong to wedge-shaped leaves with a groove on the upper surface, and white flowers arranged in umbels of three to ...

                                               

Gyorgy Balint

Gyorgy Balint was a Hungarian horticulturist, Candidate of Agricultural Sciences, journalist, author, and politician who served as an MP.

                                               

Odi Gonzales

Odi Gonzales was born in Calca Cusco region. He studied literature in Peru and then obtained a masters degree at the University of Maryland, College Park. He currently teaches Quechua and Spanish at New York University. He published in Spanish th ...

                                               

Red Deer Lake

Red Deer Lake may refer to: Red Deer Lake located at 50° 17 43" N 110° 24 31" W near Medicine Hat in Alberta, Canada. Red Deer Lake Alberta located in Alberta, Canada, and part of the Red Deer Lakes. Red Deer Lake located at 50° 52 21" N 114° 9 3 ...

                                               

Aubrieta libanotica

Aubrieta libanotica, common name Lebanese rock cress, is a species of flowering plants in the mustard family Brassicaceae. The genus is named after Claude Aubriet, a French flower painter. A. Libanotica is native to the mountainous ranges of Leba ...

                                               

Manitoba Provincial Road 303

PR 303 starts as a paved road at Provincial Trunk Highway PTH 12 south of Steinbach and runs east for approximately 1.6 kilometres 1 mile until it reaches the settlement of Friedensfeld. The route continues east as a gravel road for 11.4 kilometr ...

                                               

Atlin

Atlin may either be: Atlin Volcanic Field, a geological area Atlin District, the name for the region including Atlin, and also of a formal mining district of nearly the same territory Atlin, British Columbia, a town in the far northwest of Britis ...

                                               

Asleep at the Wheel discography

The discography of Asleep at the Wheel, an American country band, consists of 25 studio albums, 16 live albums, 21 compilation albums, six extended plays, 37 singles, four video albums and 17 music videos. Formed in 1970, AATW released its debut ...

                                               

Demarcation

Demarcation is the act of creating a boundary around a place or thing. Demarcation may also refer to: Demarcation dispute, may arise when two different trade unions both claim the right to represent the same class or group of workers Demarcation ...

                                               

The Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby

The Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby is an Italian television series which first aired on RAI 1 in 1958. It is based on the novel Nicholas Nickleby by Charles Dickens.

                                               

Aarhus Sports Park

Aarhus Sports Park is a sports complex located in Aarhus, Denmark. The complex is named "Ceres Park & Arena" for sponsorship reasons, and contains various sports venues including the Aarhus Stadion and Ceres Arena. The complex is home to multiple ...

                                               

Regiment de Forez

The Regiment de Forez was a line infantry regiment of the French Ancien Regime active between 1776 and 1791 when the provincial titles were lost. The regiments successor, the 14th Infantry Regiment is active as of 2020 as a logistical support reg ...

                                               

Jacques Demêtre

Dimitri Vicheney, known professionally as Jacques Demêtre, was a French historian of blues music who was one of the first Europeans to recognise and support Chicago blues. He was born in Paris, the son of Helene Benois and Russian-born experiment ...

                                               

Mestri (film)

Mestri is a 2009 Telugu-language political drama film directed by Suresh Krissna and produced by K. Ramakrishna Prasad. The film stars Dasari Narayana Rao, who also wrote the story and screenplay, alongisde Vijayachander, Pradeep Rawat, Vijayakum ...

                                               

Bubur sumsum

Bubur sumsum is an Indonesian food made from rice flour cooked with water and seasoned with a pinch of salt until it thickens. bubur susum is served with palm sugar sauce and coconut milk to produce a delicious blend of delicious sweet flavors. B ...

                                               

Chinta Valley

Chinta Valley is a valley and a village located 20 kilometres northeast of Bhaderwah town on Bhaderwah-Jai road. It is covered with thick coniferous forests from all sides with a stream flowing through it known as Chinta Nallah. A village called ...

                                               

Ajit Kumar Chaturvedi

Ajit Kumar Chaturvedi is a professor and director at IIT Roorkee. In the past he has been the Dean and later Deputy Director at IIT Kanpur. He has largely contributed to waveform shaping and sequence design, MIMO systems. Recently, he has been be ...

                                               

Sudhir K. Jain

Sudhir K. Jain is a civil engineer and professor at Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar. He is currently serving his third term as the director of the Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar. He has been carrying out intensive resrearch ...

                                               

Arcot (disambiguation)

Arcot or Arkat may refer to: North Arcot, former district under Madras Presidency, split in 1989 into present-day Tiruvannamalai District and Vellore District. the princely Arcot State in the Carnatic region, where the above city was seat of the ...

                                               

Mumbai Central (Lok Sabha constituency)

Mumbai Central Lok Sabha constituency was one of the Lok Sabha constituencies in Maharashtra. It became defunct in 1977 when constituency boundaries were redrawn.

                                               

Rajganj, Jalpaiguri

The map alongside shows the alluvial floodplains south of the outer foothills of the Himalayas. The area is mostly flat, except for low hills in the northern portions.It is a primarily rural area with 62.01% of the population living in rural area ...

                                               

Batabari Tea Garden

Batabari Tea Garden is a village and a gram panchayat in the Matiali CD block in the Malbazar subdivision of the Jalpaiguri district in the state of West Bengal, India.

                                               

Danguajhar Tea Estate

Danguajhar Tea Estate is a tea garden, located near Jalpaiguri in the Jalpaiguri Sadar subdivision of the Jalpaiguri district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

                                               

Kumargram, Alipurduar

Alipurduar district is covered by two maps. It is an extensive area in the eastern end of the Dooars in West Bengal. It is undulating country, largely forested, with numerous rivers flowing down from the outer ranges of the Himalayas in Bhutan. I ...

                                               

Gajoldoba

Gorumara National Park has overtaken traditionally popular Jaldapara National Park in footfall and Malbazar has emerged as one of the most important towns in the Dooars. Malbazar subdivision is presented in the map alongside.It is a predominantly ...

                                               

Pachkalguri

Alipurduar district is covered by two maps. It is an extensive area in the eastern end of the Dooars in West Bengal. It is undulating country, largely forested, with numerous rivers flowing down from the outer ranges of the Himalayas in Bhutan. I ...

                                               

Jashodanga

Jashodanga is a village in the Alipurduar II CD block in the Alipurduar subdivision of the Alipurduar district in the state of West Bengal, India.

                                               

Samuktala

Samuktala is a census town and a gram panchayat in the Alipurduar II CD block in the Alipurduar subdivision of the Alipurduar district in the state of West Bengal, India.

                                               

Dakshin Rampur

Dakshin Rampur is a census town in the Kumargram CD block in the Alipurduar subdivision of the Alipurduar district in the state of West Bengal, India.

                                               

Parangarpar

Alipurduar district is covered by two maps. It is an extensive area in the eastern end of the Dooars in West Bengal. It is undulating country, largely forested, with numerous rivers flowing down from the outer ranges of the Himalayas in Bhutan. I ...

                                               

Laskarpara

Alipurduar district is covered by two maps. It is an extensive area in the eastern end of the Dooars in West Bengal. It is undulating country, largely forested, with numerous rivers flowing down from the outer ranges of the Himalayas in Bhutan. I ...

                                               

Jateswar

Jateswar is a census town and a gram panchayat in the Falakata CD block in the Alipurduar subdivision of the Alipurduar district in the state of West Bengal, India.

                                               

Chhabra (Rajasthan Assembly constituency)

Chhabra Vidhan Sabha seat is one of the seats in Rajasthan Legislative Assembly in India. It is a segment of Jhalawar–Baran.

                                               

Jolly Silks

Jolly Silks is the Fashion & Silks retail business of Joyalukkas Group, which till recently was known as Joyalukkas Wedding Center. The company offers a range of branded Women, Mens and Kids apparel. The extensive range for Women includes Kanchip ...

                                               

Dantu Muralikrishna

Dr. Dantu Muralikrishna is an Indian Scientist, writer and singer based in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India. He was honored with Vishist Sanskrit Sevavrati award by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India for his contribution ...

                                               

Asaladeebesvarar Temple, Mohanur

There is reference about this Shiva temple as Kumari Kongu, found on the banks of Kaveri, in Kshetrakovai of Appar. As the Shiva of Mohanur is also known as Kumarisar, this place might have got the name. Kumari Kongu and Kongu Kumaritthurai are o ...

                                               

Vishamangalesvarar Temple, Thudaiyur

The presiding deity is also known as Kadambavanesvarar and the Goddess as Veeramangalesvari. It is said that while Devas and asuras were churning the milky ocean, Shiva kept the poison which came from it and saved the world. So the presiding deit ...

                                               

Bardhaman (disambiguation)

Bardhaman is a city in West Bengal. Bardhaman or Burdwan or Barddhaman may also refer to: Bardhaman Dakshin Vidhan Sabha constituency earlier called Burdwan South, West Bengal Bardhaman Sadar North subdivision, West Bengal Burdwan division, West ...

                                               

Sidhhanath Temple

Sidhhanath Temple may also refer to; Sidhhanath Temple, in Nemawar Siddhanath Temple, Mhaswad regarding Siddhanath Temple located in Mhaswad, also known as Mhaswadsiddhanath Sidhhanath Temple, Kharsundi regarding Siddhanath Temple located in Khar ...

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