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Further

Further or Furthur may refer to: "Further" VNV Nation song, a song by VNV Nation Further Geneva album, 1997, and a song from the album Further Richard Hawley album, 2019 Further band, a 1990s American indie rock band Furthur band, a band formed i ...

                                               

UHP

UHP may refer to: Uhp, the symbol for the chemical element Unhexpentium Unios Hermanos Proletarios or United Brothers of the Proletariat Republican organisation in the Spanish Civil War Utah Highway Patrol, a police agency in Utah Universal Hall ...

                                               

Midian (disambiguation)

Midian is a geographical place and a people mentioned in the Bible and in the Quran, ancient capital city Midian may also refer to: Midian, a mythical city in the film Nightbreed, based on Clive Barkers novella, Cabal Midian album 2000 by Cradle ...

                                               

DC5

DC5, DC-5, or DC 5 may refer to: The D.C. Five, five U.S. citizens convicted by Pakistan of plotting terrorist attacks DC-5, a game offered by the D.C. Lottery Honda Integra DC5, a Japanese sports car known as the Acura RSX in North America DC5, ...

                                               

ZP

ZP may refer to: People: Zach Parise, American ice hockey player ZP Theart, former vocalist for British power metal band DragonForce Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, former Spanish prime minister, via popular nickname "ZP" Zapatero Presidente Scienc ...

                                               

Soliton (disambiguation)

A soliton is a type of self-reinforcing solitary wave. Soliton may also refer to: Soliton distribution, a type of discrete probability distribution that arises in the theory of erasure correcting codes Soliton model, neurological model Soliton In ...

                                               

Jane Corner Young

Jane Corner Young was an American composer, music therapist, and pianist. She was born in Athens, Ohio, and graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree from Ohio University in 1936. She completed a master of music degree in piano and composition in ...

                                               

Picket

Picket may refer to: Screw picket, a tethering device Snow picket, a climbing tool Picket line, to tether horses Picket fence, a type of fence Picket military, a small temporary military post closer to the enemy than the main formation Radar pick ...

                                               

DJ-Kicks: Kamaal Williams

DJ-Kicks: Kamaal Williams is a DJ mix album, mixed by British musician and producer Kamaal Williams. It was released 15 November 2019 under the Studio!K7 independent record label as part of their DJ-Kicks series.

                                               

SFV

SFV could refer to: Simian foamy virus National Property Board of Sweden, or Statens fastighetsverk, abbreviated SFV Suitable For Vegans Screaming for Vengeance, the eighth studio album released by heavy metal band Judas Priest in 1982 Swiss Foot ...

                                               

Eleazar (disambiguation)

Eleazar name, list of people with this name Eleazar Avaran, the younger brother of Judas Maccabeus Eleazar son of Aminadab, who was entrusted as a keeper of the Ark of the Covenant Eleazar 2 Maccabees, a martyr described in 2 Maccabees 6 Eleazar ...

                                               

Cause and effect (disambiguation)

Cause and effect is the principle of causality, establishing one event or action as the direct result of another. Cause and effect may also refer to: Cause and effect, the graphical method in quality control engineering, see Ishikawa diagram Caus ...

                                               

Well Alright! (Little Richard album)

Well Alright!, released in the middle of Little Richards Reprise Records period, was a compilation album of previously uncollected recordings for Specialty Records, recorded from 1955 to 1957, and 1964. The collection: compiled 2 charting 1950s S ...

                                               

Guessing Game (disambiguation)

A guessing game is a game in which the object is to guess some kind of information, such as a word, a phrase, a title, or the location of an object. Guessing Game or The Guessing Game may also refer to: "Guessing Game", a season 2 episode of Simo ...

                                               

Band (order theory)

In mathematics, specifically in order theory and functional analysis, a band in a vector lattice X is a subspace M of X that is solid and such that for all S ⊆ M such that x = sup S exists in X, we have x ∈ M. The smallest band containing a subse ...

                                               

Order dual

In mathematics, specifically in order theory and functional analysis, the order dual of an ordered vector space X is the set Pos ⁡ − Pos ⁡ {\displaystyle \operatorname {Pos} -\operatorname {Pos} } where Pos ⁡ {\displaystyle \operatorname {Pos} } ...

                                               

Order complete

In mathematics, specifically in order theory and functional analysis, a subset A of an ordered vector space is said to be order complete in X if for every non-empty subset S of C that is order bounded in A, the supremum sup S and the infimum inf ...

                                               

Oasis (festival)

Oasis is the annual cultural festival of the Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani. Started back in 1971, it is one of the oldest cultural festivals in India. It is usually held towards the end of October every year. Events are organi ...

                                               

Free electron

The meaning of the term free electron in physics depends on the context. It may refer to: Free electron model, as a particle in the Drude-Sommerfeld model of metals. Charge carrier, as carriers of electric charge. Electron, as a free particle. Va ...

                                               

Direct Conflict in Dimension Six

Dimension Six is a board game in which two players battle for superiority by mining supplies of a mineral called Delium, which can be used to build missiles. The game comes with the following components: a second board representing a parallel pla ...

                                               

Thirty Tyrants (disambiguation)

Thirty Tyrants may refer to either of two groups of rulers in classical Antiquity: Thirty Tyrants, a pro-Spartan oligarchy installed in Athens after its defeat in the Peloponnesian War in 404 BCE Thirty Tyrants Roman, a series of thirty rulers wh ...

                                               

Shadow Lawn

Shadow Lawn or Shadow Lawn Historic District may refer to: Shadowlawn Historic District Memphis, Tennessee, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Shelby County, Tennessee Shadow Lawn Chase City, Virginia, listed on the National Re ...

                                               

Lords Prayer (disambiguation)

The Lords Prayer is a central prayer in Christianity. Lords Prayer may also refer to: "The Lords Prayer", a song by Siouxsie and the Banshees, based on highlights of the jam performed by the band at their debut concert in 1976 "The Lords Prayer" ...

                                               

Ali G Indahouse Da Soundtrack

Ali G Indahouse Da Soundtrack is the soundtrack to 2002 Mark Mylods film Ali G Indahouse. The enhanced CD was released on 18 March 2002 through Universal Island Records, and consists of a variety of styles of hip hop music. Executively produced b ...

                                               

Piledriver

Piledriver or pile driver may refer to: Pile driver, a mechanical device used in construction Piledriver professional wrestling, a move used in professional wrestling

                                               

Solvable

In mathematics, solvable may refer to: Exactly solvable model in statistical mechanics, a system whose solution can be expressed in closed form, or alternatively, another name for completely integrable systems Solvable extension, a field extensio ...

                                               

Next Step

Next Step or Nextstep may refer to: OpenStep, an open platform version of NeXTSTEP originated by SUN Microsystems and NeXT Darwin operating system, the open source version of OS X Rhapsody operating system, the Apple Macintosh NeXTSTEP MacOS hybr ...

                                               

European identity card

The European identity card is an electronic identity document intended to replace and standardise the various identity card styles currently in use in the member states of the European Union and the European Economic Area. It was created by Regul ...

                                               

Radiator (disambiguation)

A radiator is any of several types of heat exchangers designed to transfer thermal energy from one medium to another for the purpose of cooling or heating. Radiator can also refer to: Radiator album, a 1997 album by the Super Furry Animals Radiat ...

                                               

Tony Etoria

Tony Etoria is a Welsh singer, songwriter, music producer and actor of Jamaican descent., best known for his 1977 hit "I Can Prove It". Etoria was born in Ely, Cardiff. At the age of 23, he had a top 40 UK hit with the disco song "I Can Prove It" ...

                                               

Glaze

Glaze or glazing may refer to: Glazing window, a transparent part of a wall Glaze ice, a layer of ice caused by freezing rain Glazed album, a 1993 album by the Canadian rock band Mystery Machine Ceramic glaze, a vitreous coating to a ceramic mate ...

                                               

Black Bottom

Black Bottom can refer to several things. In many cities, the term has been used to describe African American neighborhoods. Black Bottom, Alabama Black Bottom, West Virginia Black Bottom dance Black Bottom, Kentucky, in Harlan County, Kentucky B ...

                                               

The Proposal and the Bear

The Proposal and the Bear is a 1968 Australian TV play based on two stories by Anton Chekhov, The Proposal and The Bear. They were filmed in the ABCs Melbourne studios using the same cast for two plays.

                                               

The Rock Album

The Rock Album is a compilation album by British hard rock band Whitesnake, released on 19 June 2020 through Rhino Records. The album contains "revisited, remixed and remastered" versions of previously released songs, and is the first in a series ...

                                               

James Dahlberg

James Dahlberg is an emeritus professor of biomolecular chemistry at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. His research focuses on the biology of RNA. He was elected to the United States National Academy of Sciences in 1996.

                                               

Jonathan Schofield

Schofield signed for Dewsbury Rams in 2012. He played for the club for three seasons before taking up a role on the coaching staff.

                                               

Hardev Singh Coonar

Hardev Singh Coonar FDRSRCS was a dental surgeon active in the United Kingdom and India who was a specialist in oral implantology after being trained at the Branemark Clinic in Gothenburg, Sweden. He co-founded a charitable dental and pain clinic ...

                                               

Be Someone (graffiti)

Be Someone is a reoccurring piece of graffiti above Interstate 45 in Houston, Texas. It has become a well known landmark in Houston due to its prominent location to commuters.

                                               

Fusa (disambiguation)

Fusa, a former municipality in the old Hordaland county, Norway Fusa Station, a railway station in Japan Fusa Church, a church in Bjornafjorden municipality in Vestland county, Norway Fusa, the commonly used name for the Colombian town of Fusagas ...

                                               

Blood Drive

Blood Drive video game, a 2010 vehicular combat video game for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 Corpse Party: Blood Drive, a 2014 survival horror adventure video game for PlayStation Vita

                                               

Scenic Drive

Scenic Drive is the name of many roads including: La Jolla Scenic Drive, La Jolla, San Diego, California, United States see also: Mount Soledad North Shore Scenic Drive Yarra Scenic Drive Scenic Drive Lethbridge, Alberta, Lethbridge, Alberta, Can ...

                                               

Trampa de Amor

Trampa de Amor is the original first album by the bachata music group Aventura, when they called themselves Los Tinellers. It was named after the song with the same name. It was never assigned to a record label, so it was under their own producti ...

                                               

BTE (disambiguation)

BTE or bte may refer to: Behind the ear hearing aid Better Than Ezra, a rock band Build the Enterprise, a project to create a real-life version of the Star Trek ship Barley yellow dwarf virus-like cap-independent translation element, a RNA elemen ...

                                               

BEP

BEP may refer to: Bellary Airport, India IATA code BEP BEP chemotherapy, for testicular, ovarian and other cancers BOP clade of grasses, formerly BEP clade Benign enlargement of the prostate, or benign prostatic hyperplasia, noncancerous increase ...

                                               

The Family Next Door

The Family Next Door may refer to: "The Family Next Door", a 1979 episode of the TV series All in the Family The Family Next Door, a 2008 book by Jackie Diamond Hyman The Family Next Door 1912 film The Family Next Door, a comic strip created by B ...

                                               

Saturday Live Again!

Saturday Live Again! was a one-off live special of the comedy variety show Saturday Live, broadcast on December 1, 2007. It was commissioned by Paul Jackson, the Director of Comedy and Entertainment for ITV, and the originator of Saturday Live, a ...

                                               

Benjamin Moll

Benjamin Moll is a German macroeconomist who is Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics. He is the recipient of the 2017 Bernacer Prize for his "path-breaking contributions to incorporate consumer and firm heterogeneity into macr ...

                                               

First Twenty Years

First Twenty Years or variants may refer to: First 20 Years at the Top, a 1995 box set by The Shadows The First Twenty Years, a 2010 album by Mississippi Mass Choir Live: The First Twenty Years, a book about Saturday Night Live The First 20 Years ...

                                               

Mood Ring (song)

Mood Ring " upon its 2020 release) is a song recorded by American singer Britney Spears for her ninth studio album, Glory. It was written by Dijon McFarlane, Nicholas Audino, Te Whiti Warbrick, Lewis Hughes, Jon Asher, and Melanie Fontana. The "e ...

                                               

Luise Rehling

She was a member of the German Bundestag from 1949 until her death. In 1949, 1953 and 1957 she won the direct mandate in the electoral district of Hagen, in 1961 she entered parliament via the state list of the CDU North Rhine-Westphalia. From 14 ...