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ICTA

Icta is a genus of moths. ICTA may refer to: Information and Communication Technology Agency of Sri Lanka Information and Communication Technology Authority Kenya Independent Television Companies Association, a former organisation in the United K ...

                                               

Sparrowhawk (disambiguation)

HMS Sparrowhawk, the name of several ships belonging to the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom Sparrow Hawk pinnace, an English ship that wrecked on Cape Cod in New England in 1626, and is currently owned by the Pilgrim Hall Museum

                                               

Hearts on Fire

Hearts on Fire Noel Pagan album, or the title song, 1993 Hearts on Fire Colin James album, or the title song, 2015 Hearts on Fire Baker Gurvitz Army album, or the title song, 1976 Hearts on Fire, by Patsy Watchorn, 2003 Hearts on Fire, by Jetty R ...

                                               

UDR

UDR may refer to: Untethered dead reckoning, GNSS-assisted dead reckoning without external sensors Union for Democracy and the Republic Chad, a political party in Chad Democratic Union for the Republic, a former political party in Italy Union of ...

                                               

Arada

Arada may refer to: Bou Arada, a town and commune in the Siliana Governorate, Tunisia Arada, Honduras, a municipality in the Honduran department of Santa Barbara Arada company, a property developer based in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. Arada Ad ...

                                               

Sese

Sese or SESE may refer to: SESE, a deleted song by 6ix9ine featuring Submarine Man, Lama Doodle, and Footye North Southern Exposure Seed Exchange, cooperatively-owned seed company in Virginia, United States Sese, Botswana, village in Ngwaketse su ...

                                               

National road

National primary road, a road classification in Ireland National secondary road, a category of road in Ireland Greece, see Highways in Greece § National roads Democratic Republic of the Congo, see Transport in the Democratic Republic of the Congo ...

                                               

Volvo (disambiguation)

Volvo is a Swedish manufacturing company. Related or formerly related companies include: Volvo Trucks, a global truck manufacturer Volvo Cars, an automobile manufacturer which was sold to Ford Motor Company in 1999 Volvo may also mean: Volvo Ocea ...

                                               

Ngoma

Ngoma, Namibia, a settlement on the border between Namibia and Botswana Ngoma Airport Ngoma, Ukerewe, a ward in Ukerewe District, Tanzania Ngoma, Rulindo, Northern Province, Rwanda Ngoma, Zambia, headquarters of Kafue National Park, and its airst ...

                                               

Comus (disambiguation)

In Greek mythology, Comus or Komus is the god of festivity, revels and nocturnal dalliances. Comus or Komus may also refer to:

                                               

CGO

CGO may refer to: CGO Ecology Limited, a UK-based ecological consultancy business Republic of the Congo FIFA and IOC code: CGO Cgo, a subsystem in the Go programming language which enables the creation of Go packages that call C code Catalogue of ...

                                               

HTI

HTI may refer to: Higher Technical Institute of Cyprus, now part of the Cyprus University of Technology Haiti, a country in the Caribbean Haryana Technical Institute, in Haryana, India Hypoxic Training Index, in respiration therapy Hoti language, ...

                                               

Pera

Pera Beyoğlu, a district in Istanbul formerly called Pera, now called Beyoğlu Galata, a neighbourhood of Beyoğlu, often referred to as Pera in the past Pera Orinis, a village in Cyprus Pêra Caparica, a Portuguese locality in the district of Setub ...

                                               

YK

YK may refer to: Places: Yukon, a territory in Canada Yogyakarta, a special region/province in Indonesia Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, the capital of the Northwest Territories of Canada In business: IATA airline codes YK, former code for Cy ...

                                               

New Horizons (disambiguation)

New Horizons Governors School for Science and Technology, a magnet school for southeastern Virginia students The New Horizon College Minna, school in Nigeria New Horizons Computer Learning Centers, an IT training company

                                               

Armed Forces Medical Service Department (Egypt)

The Medical Services Department of the Armed Forces and the Egyptian Army Medical Corps are the departments responsible for the hospitals and medical facilities of the Egyptian Armed Forces. They also run the Army medical schools.

                                               

Hov

Hov Church, in Sunndalsora in Sunndal municipality, More og Romsdal county, Norway Hov or Hou, a village in Odder Municipality on the East coast of Jutland, Denmark. Hov, Norway, in Oppland county Hov, Faroe Islands, a village located on the isla ...

                                               

GBU

Air Bissau ICAO code: GBU, the national airline of Guinea-Bissau Groupes Bibliques Universitaires, student groups that meet at universities or nearby for in-depth Bible study Gabriel Resources TSX-V code: GBU, a Canadian resource company Football ...

                                               

Niche

Niche protein structural motif Ecological niche, a term describing the relational position of an organisms species Stem-cell niche, the necessary cellular environment of a stem cell Niche differentiation, in ecology, the process by which competin ...

                                               

Main road 4 (Hungary)

The Main road 4 is a west–east direction First class main road across the Alfold region of Hungary, that connects Budapest to the biggest eastern Hungarian cities: Szolnok, Debrecen, Nyiregyhaza towards the border of Ukrainian, facilitating acces ...

                                               

Think About Things

Think About Things is a song by Icelandic singer Dadi Freyr Petursson and his band Gagnamagnid. The song was released on 10 January 2020 with the Icelandic title Gagnamagnid ", the name of the band. It was chosen to represent Iceland in the Eurov ...

                                               

KSI

KSI may refer to: KSI Industries, a fictional company in Transformers: Age of Extinction Killed or Seriously Injured, in road safety KSI entertainer, English YouTube celebrity and rapper Kontoret for Sarskild Inhamtning "Office for Special Collec ...

                                               

Forlagid

Forlagid is the largest publishing house in Iceland. It publishes around 150 titles a year under five different imprints: JPV, Mal og menning, Vaka-Helgafell, Idunn, and Okeibækur. It is also publishes maps. The company was created in 2007 when M ...

                                               

Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Indonesia

PT Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Indonesia is a future automobile manufacturing plant in Cikarang, Bekasi Regency, Indonesia. The plant and the future sales company, PT Hyundai Motors Indonesia is wholly owned subsidiary of the Hyundai Motor Compan ...

                                               

List of bus operator companies in Indonesia

Here is a list of otobus companies in Indonesia. In Indonesia, land transportation buses are categorized into 2 types, namely inter-city buses in the province and inter-city buses.

                                               

Sira

Sira, Norway, a village in Flekkefjord municipality, Vest-Agder county Sira River, a river running through the Sirdalen valley in Vest-Agder county

                                               

Chebet Lesan

Chebet Lesan is a Kenyan entrepreneur who has received various awards by creating charcoal briquettes from waste material and then selling it on to a network of women. The resulting product creates affordable fuel in Kenya and avoids trees from b ...

                                               

Nyanza

Nyanza may refer to: Nyanza, Rwanda Nyanza District, the district surrounding Nyanza, Rwanda Nyanza Lac, Burundi Nyanza, the Bantu word for lake, in particular Lake Edward Nyanza Lake Albert Africa Albert Nyanza Lake Victoria Nyanza Nyanza Provin ...

                                               

KFC (disambiguation)

Kaya F.C. in the Philippines KFC Uerdingen 05 in Germany KFC Komarno in Slovakia Kaaseman F.C. in Ghana Kolding FC in Denmark Keith F.C. in Scotland Keshavarz F.C. in Iran Kanbawza F.C. in Myanmar Kangaroos Football Club in Australia Kalasin F.C. ...

                                               

Westgate

Westgate Resorts, a real estate company and timeshare company Westgate Department Stores, the department store division of Anglia Regional Co-operative Society in the United Kingdom

                                               

KBC

KBC Advanced Technologies, an energy and process industry consulting company Kerrville Bus Company, a subsidiary of Coach America KBC Bank, Belgian bank and insurance company

                                               

Daystar

Daystar or day star may refer to: Daystar TV network, an evangelical Christian satellite network Day Star, 1878 Kentucky Derby winner The Sun Daystar University, a Christian liberal arts college located in Kenya Daystar, a virus created to kill v ...

                                               

Kengen (disambiguation)

Kengen may refer to: Kengen, Ghana, originally called Kenrene is a town in Jomoro District of Nzima West Constituency of the Western Region of Ghana Kengen, a Japanese era name, spanning the years from 1302 through 1303, it comes after Shōan and ...

                                               

BTK

IATA airport code for Bratsk Airport, Russia Information and Communication Technologies Authority in Turkey, abbreviated as BTK in Turkish ICAO airline code for Batik Air Bulgarian Telecommunications Company, БТК in Cyrillic

                                               

ETL

ETL, reporting code for Essex Terminal Railway, in Ontario, Canada ETL, National Rail station code for East Tilbury railway station, in Essex, England Electric Traction Limited, a British rolling stock leasing company Express toll lane, similar t ...

                                               

LSO

Large segment offload, a technology for reducing CPU overhead Location search optimization, a web optimization method Local shared object, an HTTP cookie-like data entity used by Adobe Flash Player

                                               

Hae

Eastern Oromo language ISO 639 code: hae, an Ethiopian language Height above ellipsoid, a measure of elevation or altitude Haemonetics NYSE stock ticker HAE, a blood and plasma company Hanover-Altenbeken Railway Company German: Hannover-Altenbeke ...

                                               

Oberland

Bavarian Oberland, the Oberland region in Bavaria Oberland am Rennsteig, Sonneberg, Thuringia, Germany In East Prussia, the Elblag Canal was named the Oberlandischer Kanal Oberland Canal Vogtlandisches Oberland, Greiz, Thuringia, Germany

                                               

Opel (disambiguation)

Opel Automobile is a German car manufacturer. Opel may also refer to: Opel album, an album by musician Syd Barrett OPEL Networks, a former Australian telecommunications provider

                                               

Interloper (business)

The Madagascar slave trade was part of the Atlantic slave trade, however as it entailed sailing to the east of the Cape of Good Hope, merchants engaging in this trade were generally interlopers. Evidence of this trade dates back to the 1670s. How ...

                                               

Avi (disambiguation)

Avi is a masculine given name. Avi or AVI may also refer to: Australian Volunteers International Avi author, pen name of childrens author Edward Irving Wortis AVI BioPharma, a biopharmaceutical company Automatic Vehicle Identification Zee Avi, Ma ...

                                               

MWV

MWV may refer to: Madagascar World Voice call sign MWV, a shortwave radio station in Mahajanga Mendelssohn-Werkverzeichnis, the catalogue of the works of Felix Mendelssohn Man-wide vehicle, a vehicle not much wider than a person Martin Werhand Ve ...

                                               

Zomba

Zomba meteorite, see Meteorite fall Zomba, Malawi, city Zomba Massif, mountain Zomba District Roman Catholic Diocese of Zomba

                                               

First Capital Bank Mozambique

First Capital Bank Mozambique, is a commercial bank in Mozambique, that is licensed by the Bank of Mozambique, the central bank and national banking regulator. FCBM is a subsidiary of FMBCapital Holdings Plc, a financial services conglomerate, ba ...

                                               

Weta (disambiguation)

Weta or wētā, a common name for a group of about 70 species of insects endemic to New Zealand Weta genus, the scientific name for a genus including two species of these insects Weta Digital, a digital visual effects company Weta Workshop, a speci ...

                                               

Dowa

Dowa or dōwa may refer to: Dowa, Malawi, a town located in the Central Region of Malawi. The Dowa meteorite of 1976, see meteorite falls. Dowa District in Malawi. DOWA Holdings, a Japanese nonferrous metals manufacturer. Dowa Automobile Company, ...

                                               

Makuta

Makuta may refer to: Makuta, a denomination of the Zairean zaire Makuta, Malawi, a village Makuta, a central villain and species from the Lego Bionicle Franchise Makuta, royal headgear in Southeast Asia Makuta, Botswana, a village Manuha a.k.a. M ...

                                               

TNM

TNM may refer to: The Nameless Mod, a total conversion mod released in 2009 for the game Deus Ex Tetranitromethane, an organic oxidizer Thomas Nelson publisher NYSE stock symbol, a publishing firm that began in Scotland in 1798 Teniente R. Marsh ...

                                               

FDH

Formate dehydrogenase Finnish disease heritage --Endo-fenchol dehydrogenase Formyltetrahydrofolate dehydrogenase Florida Department of Health Focal dermal hypoplasia

                                               

TVM

TVM might be an acronym or abbreviation for: TVM cycling team, a Dutch cycling team The Vagina Monologues, a play by Eve Ensler The 1996 Doctor Who television movie, as it is sometimes referred to by fans Ticket vending machine Transmission voie- ...