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Bittern (disambiguation)

Bittern railway station, on the Stony Point line Bittern, Victoria, a town in Australia Bittern Line a railway in Norfolk, England Bittern Lake, a village in Alberta, Canada

                                               

Dinoflagellate viral nucleoprotein

Dinoflagellate/viral nucleoproteins are a family of positively-charged, DNA-binding nucleoproteins found exclusively in dinoflagellates and Nucleocytoviricota. It serves to compact DNA in these organisms. The proteins are known to pack DNA more t ...

                                               

List of schools in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Austin

St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School, Austin St. Michaels Catholic Academy, Austin Holy Trinity Catholic High School, Temple San Juan Diego Catholic High School, Austin

                                               

List of Pavonia species

Plants of the World Online recognises about 300 accepted taxa in the plant genus Pavonia of the mallow family Malvaceae.

                                               

My Little Pony: Friendship Is Forever

My Little Pony: Friendship Is Forever is a clip show miniseries of the animated television series My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, developed by Lauren Faust, and is set to premiere on Discovery Family sometime in 2020. The miniseries is based ...

                                               

Infrabarreled space

In functional analysis, a locally convex topological vector space is said to be infrabarreled if every bounded absorbing barrel is a neighborhood of the origin.

                                               

Solid set

In mathematics, specifically in order theory and functional analysis, a subset S of a vector lattice is said to be solid and is called an ideal if for all s in S and x in X, if | x | ≤ | s | then x belongs to S. An ordered vector space whose orde ...

                                               

Order topology (functional analysis)

In mathematics, specifically in order theory and functional analysis, the order topology of an ordered vector space is the finest locally convex topological vector space topology on X for which every order interval is bounded, where an order inte ...

                                               

Modulus

The modulo operator of various programming languages The measurement of standard pitch in the teeth of a rotating gear Bulk modulus, a measure of compression resistance Elastic modulus, a measure of stiffness Moduli physics, scalar fields for whi ...

                                               

The Other One (TV series)

The Other One is a 2020 British television comedy series broadcast on BBC One written and directed by Holly Walsh, written and produced by Pippa Brown and starring Ellie White and Rebecca Front.

                                               

Sprinter

Sprinter cycling, a type of racing cyclist A participant in sprint running A sprint car racing vehicle Sprint train, a group of road bicycle racers who at the end of a race work together to set a high pace to help their sprinter

                                               

Crawley (disambiguation)

in Australia Crawley, Western Australia in England Crawley, Oxfordshire North Crawley, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire Crawley Down, West Sussex Crawley ward, Luton, Bedfordshire Crawley, Hampshire in the United States Crawley, West Virginia

                                               

Jean Driant

He was born in Paris, France on 12 July 1922. He came to England in or before 1947. In the 1970s he was teaching French at Latymer Upper School. He died in Kensington in 1989.

                                               

Mount Gayler, Arkansas

Mount Gayler is a unincorporated community located at the peak of Gaylor Mountain in Crawford County, Arkansas. Mount Gayler is located within the Boston Mountain ecoregion of the Ozark Mountains. Gaylor Mountain is the highest point on the entir ...

                                               

L. W. Miller

L. W. Miller III is an American professional stock car racing driver. He is a member of the Earnhardt family, as the husband of Kelley Earnhardt Miller. He last competed part-time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, driving for FDNY Racing.

                                               

John Webb (paediatrician)

John Kingdon Guy Webb was an English paediatrician and first-class cricketer. After attending the University of Oxford, where he played first-class cricket, Webb became a paediatrician who spent eighteen years at the Christian Medical College in ...

                                               

Vijayam

Vijayam is a 2003 Indian Telugu-language social problem film directed by Singeetam Srinivasa Rao and produced by D. Ramanaidu. The film stars Raja and Gajala. It was released on 9 May 2003.

                                               

2000 Goodys Body Pain 500

The 2000 Goodys Body Pain 500 was a NASCAR Winston Cup Series stock car race held on April 9, 2000 at the Martinsville Speedway in Martinsville, Virginia. Mark Martin of Roush Racing won the race, his first and only win of the 2000 season. Jeff B ...

                                               

Vincentian

Vincentian can refer to: Society of Saint Vincent de Paul Congregation of the Mission A person from Saint Vincent island, the largest island in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines A member of one of the orders or societies in the Vincentian Family, ...

                                               

Keerthilatha Abeywickrama

Keerthilatha Premawathie Abeywickrama was a Sri Lankan politician and a Member of the Parliament of Sri Lanka. Abeywickrama was the daughter of Padikara Muhandiram Don Pedris Francis Abeywickrama and Catharina Liyanage from Morawaka, Sri Lanka. A ...

                                               

Sidney Bazett House

The Sidney Bazett House, also known as the Bazett-Frank House, is a Usonian-style home on 101 Reservoir Road in Hillsborough, California, United States, designed in 1939 by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Sidney Bazett wrote to the archite ...

                                               

Cale Street

Cale Street is a street in Chelsea, London. It runs between Dovehouse Street in the west and the junction of Elystan Street and Elystan Place in the east. It originally formed the southern boundary of Chelsea Common. The street was laid out in 18 ...

                                               

St. Andrews North Point Lighthouse

The St. Andrews North Point Lighthouse is an active lighthouse in St. Andrews, New Brunswick on the southern tip of the peninsula in the Passamaquoddy Bay; its commonly known as Pendlebury Lighthouse from the name of the family who took care.

                                               

George Vivian (artist)

He was the second son of John Vivian, a solicitor of the excise, and barrister, the second son of Matthew Vivian of Penelewey, near Truro. He was educated at Eton College, and matriculated at Christ Church, Oxford in 1817. Vivian made early trave ...

                                               

Loser Weeper

Loser Weeper was an American Thoroughbred racehorse bred and raced by Alfred Vanderbilt Jr. and trained by future U.S. Racing Hall of Fame inductee, Bill Winfrey. At the time of his retirement from racing in 1951, a major media publication for ho ...

                                               

Hart House

Hart House may refer to: Harthouse, a record label in Canada Hart House University of Toronto, a student centre Hart House Alberta, historic house of the Hart wrestling family in the United States Thomas E. Hart House, and Kalmia Gardens, Hartsvi ...

                                               

Mendelssohn House, Leipzig

Mendelssohn House is a museum in Leipzig in Saxony, Germany. The composer Felix Mendelssohn lived here from 1845 until his death in 1847; it now contains a collection about the life and work of the composer.

                                               

Ki Kore Bolbo Tomay

Ki Kore Bolbo Tomay is an Indian Bengali television soap opera that was premiered on 16 December 2019, and is broadcast on Bengali General entertainment Channel Zee Bangla and also available on the digital platform Zee5. The show stars Swastika D ...

                                               

Adelaïde Hautval

Adelaïde Haas Hautval was a French physician and psychiatrist who was imprisoned in Auschwitz concentration camp, where she provided medical care for Jewish prisoners and refused to cooperate with Nazi medical experimentation. She was named Right ...

                                               

Academy of the Sacred Heart

Academy of the Sacred Heart may refer to: Academy of the Sacred Heart New Orleans, Louisiana Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, La Canada, California Academy of the Sacred Heart, Grand Coteau, Louisiana Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart, Amherst, ...

                                               

Sacred Heart Academy

Sacred Heart Academy may refer to various institutions: in the United States: Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart, Lake Forest, Illinois Sacred Heart Academy Cincinnati, Ohio Sacred Heart Academy New York, Hempstead, New York Sacred Heart Acade ...

                                               

St. Charles College

St. Charles College may refer to: St Charles Catholic Sixth Form College, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London, England St. Charles College Missouri, former Methodist college in St. Charles, Missouri St. Charles College Louisian ...

                                               

James M. Baxter

James Miller Baxter was the first African-American principal of a school in Newark, New Jersey, taking the position at age 19 in 1864 and serving as Newarks only African – American principal until 1909, shortly before his death. Baxter was born i ...

                                               

Arthur Lewis (art director)

Arthur Lewis is the creative director of the United Talent Agency Fine Arts department and the UTA Artist Space. He guides the careers of artists who are represented by UTAs Find Arts group and he oversees the exhibitions, programs and partnershi ...

                                               

Samuel Benjamin Thompson

Samuel Benjamin Thompson was a Reconstruction Era politician in South Carolina. He was a member of the 48th general assembly one of the four representatives for Richland County. He was a delegate to the 1865 South Carolina Constitutional Conventi ...

                                               

Sean Sheffey

Sheffey became sponsored by a local skate shop after only 8 months of skating. In the late 1980s, Sheffey attended a skateboarding contest in Ocean City, Maryland. At this contest, he met the skaters that made up SHUT skateboards. With-in months ...

                                               

Nika Washington

Nika "Neek" Washington is a goofy-footed American skateboarder from Inglewood, CA. Washington was featured in the all-female skate video "Quit Your Day Job."

                                               

Alphonzo Rawls

Rawls grew up skating at the Del Mar Skate Ranch. As a child, Rawls makes appearance in the background of the film Animal Chin, attending Del Mar the day the film shot at the skatepark. Rawls skating progressed when McGills skatepark opened up, f ...

                                               

Zehra Hanzade Sultan

Hanzade Sultan was an Ottoman princess, the daughter Sehzade Omer Faruk, the son of last caliph of the Abdulmejid II and Sehsuvar Hanım. Her mother was Sabiha Sultan, daughter of Sultan Mehmed VI and Nazikeda Kadın.

                                               

Fond du Lac

University of Wisconsin–Fond du Lac Fond du Lac, Wisconsin city Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin Fond du Lac High School Fond du Lac Dock Spiders, a baseball team in the Northwoods League Fond du Lac School District Fond du Lac Light, a lighthouse F ...

                                               

Hong Kong Junta

The Hong Kong Junta was an organization formed as a revolutionary government in exile by Filipino revolutionaries after the signing of the Pact of Biak-na-Bato on December 15, 1897. It was headed by Emilio Aguinaldo and included high level figure ...

                                               

Japanese gunboat Nankai (1943)

She was laid down in 1941 at the Soerabaja Drydock Droogdok Mij Soerabaja as an auxiliary minelayer for the benefit of the Gouvernementsmarine and named Regulus. She was scuttled before completion by Dutch forces on 2 March 1942 after the Japanes ...

                                               

Puyuma

Puyuma may refer to: the Puyuma language, the language of the Puyuma people, a tribe of indigenous people on Taiwan see Taiwanese aborigines. It is a Formosan language of the Austronesian family. Most speakers are older adults the Puyuma people, ...

                                               

Chen Yi-Ming

Chen Yi-min, also known as Arthur Chen, is a Taiwanese politician and doctor. He was the vice principal of Kaohsiung Medical University. His medical research focuses on cancer, AIDS and epidemiology. He was the party-list legislator of the Kuomin ...

                                               

Sofia Collinelli

Sofia Collinelli is an Italian professional racing cyclist, who currently rides for UCI Womens Continental Team Aromitalia–Basso Bikes–Vaiano. She is the daughter of the Italian Olympic gold medal in track cycling at Atlanta 1996, Andrea Collinelli.

                                               

Aren

Aren Maeir born 1958, American-born Israeli archaeologist and professor at Bar Ilan University Aren X. Tulchinsky, Canadian novelist Aren Nielsen born 1968, American competitive figure skater Andreas Aren born 1985, Swedish ski jumper Aren Kuribo ...

                                               

The Oude Voetboog Guild in the Grote Markt

The Oude Voetboog Guild in the Grote Markt is a 1643 oil on canvas painting by David Teniers the Younger, now in the Hermitage Museum. It is signed and dated bottom left "DAVID. TENIERS. FEC. A 1643".

                                               

C.C. Martindale

Cyril Charlie Martindale was a Roman Catholic priest, scholar, and writer. Along with Martin DArcy, he was one of England’s foremost Catholics of the first half of the 20th century, and was a correspondent of figures including Graham Greene, Evel ...

                                               

The Sudden Wealth of the Poor People of Kombach

The Sudden Wealth of the Poor People of Kombach is a film dauteur from 1971 directed by Volker Schlondorff. He also co-wrote the script with Margarethe von Trotta. The film was based on a true event that occurred in the Hessian Hinterland in the ...

                                               

Deptford High Street

The Deptford High Street is a street in the Deptford area of the London Borough of Lewisham. It begins in the south on New Cross Road and ends in the north on Evelyn Street. Near its "geographic center", Deptford High Street is interrupted by the ...