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Intermountain

Intermountain may refer to: Intermountain West, geographical region in the Western United States Intermountain states, states generally considered to be part of the Intermountain West Intermountain Power Agency, a power generating cooperative of ...

                                               

O4

O4 may refer to: Lieutenant Commander in the Navy, Coast Guard, Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, and NOAA Commissioned Officer Corps O-4, the pay grade for the following officer ranks in the U.S. uniformed services LNER Class O4, a class ...

                                               

ETLA

ETLA can refer to: Extended three-letter acronym Research Institute of the Finnish Economy, a major Finnish think tank for economic, policy and social studies Enterprise Term License Agreement, a type of license agreement for organizations for Ad ...

                                               

7000 series

Joshin 7000 series EMU Keio 7000 series EMU Nagoya Municipal Subway 7000 series EMU Tokyo Metro 7000 series EMU Odakyu 7000 series LSE EMU Meitetsu 7000 series EMU Chichibu Railway 7000 series electric multiple unit EMU Nankai 7000 series EMU, op ...

                                               

June Prager

June Prager is an American theatre director who has directed plays in New York, Philadelphia, Seattle, and Virginia. She has also adapted poetry and prose that addresses social injustice and the Holocaust for stage productions. She has served as ...

                                               

Indian locomotive class WDS-3

The class WDS-3 was a diesel-electric locomotive used by Indian Railways for shunting and doing departmental works. The model name stands for broad gauge, Diesel, Shunting 3rd generation. The WDS-3 is used mostly in the Northern Railway Zone. All ...

                                               

Melko Čingrija

Melko Čingrija was the son of the long-time Dubrovnik mayor, Pero Čingrija. Until the outbreak of the First World War, he was at the forefront of the struggle for Croatian national and political rights, later through the policy of a new course. A ...

                                               

VGO

VGO is a three-letter abbreviation with multiple meanings, as described below: New Gen Airways - ICAO airline code Vickers Gas Operated machine gun - service name for the Vickers K machine gun Video Game Orchestra - A video game music arrangement ...

                                               

Zynn

Zynn is a Chinese video-sharing social networking service owned by Kuaishou, a Beijing-based internet technology company established in 2011 by Su Hua and Cheng Yixiao. It is used to create and share short videos, and it pays its users for using ...

                                               

Kronenburg

Kronenburg, a town subsumed into Dahlem, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany Loenen-Kronenburg, a former Dutch municipality Kronenburg, Suriname, a village in Suriname

                                               

LVS

LVS may refer to: the NYSE ticker for Las Vegas Sands the IATA and FAA code for Las Vegas Municipal Airport Light Value Scale in photography LVS-97, a Russian tram Layout Versus Schematic electronic circuit verification LVS may be one of the foll ...

                                               

Birmingham station

Birmingham station may refer to: United Kingdom Birmingham International railway station Birmingham New Street railway station Birmingham Moor Street railway station Birmingham Coach Station, a coach station in Digbeth, Birmingham, England Birmin ...

                                               

Mullen Technologies

Mullen Technologies, Inc. is a privately held American electric car company headquartered in Brea, California founded in 2014. Mullen owns other businesses including Mullen Auto Sales, consisting of a chain of car dealerships in California and Ar ...

                                               

Delk M. Oden

He attended the United States Military Academy graduating in 1937 and was commissioned as a Second lieutenant of infantry assigned to the 27th Infantry Regiment in Hawaii. He returned to the continental United States in November 1939 and then ser ...

                                               

Jambukaranyesvarar Temple, Kundalur

As palm trees were found in this place this place was called as Kundalur. Roma Mahirishi worshipped here and so this place was also called as Kundalur. Also known as Jambu Karanyam, Sita worshipped here. Appar says one can see Kailasanathar in th ...

                                               

Class 4

Class 4 may refer to: TS Class 4, a tram used in Trondheim, Norway NSB Di 4, a diesel locomotive of Norway Class 4, a contribution class in the National Insurance system in the UK. The fourth class in terms of hiking difficulty in the Yosemite De ...

                                               

Class 5

Class 5 may refer to: NSB Class V, a narrow-gauge steam locomotive of Norway Class 5 truck, a US truck class for medium trucks, up to 19.500 pounds weight limit NSB Class 5, a standard-gauge steam locomotive of Norway The fifth class in terms of ...

                                               

Self-propelled

Self-propelled may refer to Multiple units, self-propelled train carriages Machines that power their own movement Self-propelled artillery Locomotive from loco- + motive, "moving from its current place" Mortar carrier, a self-propelled mortar Hum ...

                                               

Q4

Q4, Q-4 or q4 may refer to: Swazi Express Airways IATA airline designator A shortened name for Section 4, a part of Co-op City Q4 New York City bus, a bus line in Queens Alfa Romeos All Wheel Drive AWD system The fourth quarter of a fiscal year Q ...

                                               

RS-1

RS-1 can refer to: 7080 1986 RS1, generally written as 7080 1986 RS 1, a main-belt minor planet. RS/1, statistical software from Bolt, Beranek and Newman Ross RS-1 Zanonia, a single seat, gull-winged glider. K-5 missile, also known as RS-1U or pr ...

                                               

Peaceful (horse)

Peaceful is an Irish Thoroughbred racehorse. She showed some promise in three starts as a juvenile in 2019 when she won one minor race and was narrowly beaten in the Montrose Stakes. On her first run as a three-year-old she won the Irish 1000 Gui ...

                                               

Izzy Jayasinghe

Izzy Jayasinghe is a senior lecturer in the Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology at the University of Sheffield and the leader of the Applied Biophotonics Group. Her research focuses on super resolution microscopy, biophysics, cardia ...

                                               

Awards and nominations received by Ricky Gervais

Ricky Gervais is an English comedian, actor, writer, producer, and director. He is best known for co-creating, writing, and acting in the British television series The Office. He has won seven BAFTA Awards, five British Comedy Awards, two Primeti ...

                                               

Mathieu Laverdiere

Mathieu Laverdiere is a Canadian cinematographer. He is a two-time Canadian Screen Award nominee for Best Cinematography, receiving nominations at the 3rd Canadian Screen Awards in 2015 for Henri and at the 6th Canadian Screen Awards in 2018 for ...

                                               

Living New Zealand dames and knights

The list does not include Principal Companions PCNZM and Distinguished Companions DCNZM. These non-titular honours were announced by the fifth Labour Government of New Zealand in April 2000. While the appointments were identical in rank to Dames ...

                                               

Count of Torre Arias

Count of Torre Arias is a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain, accompanied by the dignity of Grandee and granted in 1761 by Charles III to Maria Francisca Colon de Larreategui, in memory of her father, Pedro Colon de Larreategui, knight of t ...

                                               

Cornelia Razoux Schultz-Metzer

Cornelia Razoux Schultz-Metzer was a Dutch feminist and politician who was active in the Dutch East Indies. She was the first female member of the colonial legislature, the Volksraad, where she attempted to introduce womens suffrage.

                                               

Paul Venel

Paul Celestin Marie Joseph Venel was a French army officer and colonial governor. He served as Commandant of the Military Territory of Zinder from 1908 to 1911, and Commissioner from 1913 to 1915. Venel was in command of the 11th Colonial Infantr ...

                                               

Tanunda Football Club

The Tanunda Football Club, nicknamed the Magpies, is an Australian rules football club based in the Barossa Valley town of Tanunda, South Australia, and competes in the Barossa Light & Gawler Football Association.

                                               

George Serhan

George Serhan is an Australian professional golfer. Serhan was a full-time pro on the PGA Tour of Australasia from the mid-1970s through the mid-1990s. Although he won a number of minor tournaments in the Australasian region he is best remembered ...

                                               

Carl Thiel

When Hans Joachim Moser became his successor as director of the State Academy after his retirement in 1927, Thiel went to Regensburg and worked there at the Hochschule fur Katholische Kirchenmusik und Musikpadagogik Regensburg. After three years ...

                                               

Atsuko Okatsuka

Atsuko Okatsuka is an American stand-up comedian, actress and podcast host based in Los Angeles, California. She was named a "Comedian To Watch" in Vultures 2018 and Time Outs 2019 lists. She is the host of the popular live show and podcast Lets ...

                                               

Assyrian conquest of Egypt

The Egyptians and Kushites had begun agitating peoples within the Assyrian empire in an attempt to gain a foothold in the region. As a result, in 701 BCE, Hezekiah of Judah, Lule king of Sidon, Sidka, king of Ascalon and the king of Ekron formed ...

                                               

Siletz (disambiguation)

The Siletz are a nearly extinct tribe of Native Americans from Oregon. Siletz may also refer to: Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians, a federally recognized tribal entity from the U.S. state of Oregon. Siletz Reservation, an Indian reservation ...

                                               

List of Southern Ndebele people

Lindiwe Ntshalintshali Qedani Mahlangu Ndaweni Mahlangu David Mabuza Busisiwe Shiba Madala Masuku Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane James Masango M. J. Mahlangu David Mahlobo Fish Mahlalela Solomon Mahlangu Mduduzi Manana Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde

                                               

French fluyt Gros Ventre (1767)

Gros Ventre was an armed storeship of the French Navy. She is notable for taking part in the First voyage of Kerguelen and for her subsequent solo mission of discovery to Australia. Anse du Gros Ventre was named in her honour.

                                               

Rohingya refugee in Nepal

Rohingya refugees came to Nepal for asylum from Rakhine state of Myanmar. The Rohingyas entered Nepal in the 1990s and mainly in 2012. They came via eastern Nepal by crossing Bangladesh and India. They have been settled in Kapan at Kathmandu and ...

                                               

Bon-puri

The bon-puri are Korean shamanic narratives recited in the shamanic rituals of Jeju Island, to the south of the Korean Peninsula. Similar shamanic narratives are known in mainland Korea as well, but are only rarely referred to as bon-puri. The bo ...

                                               

Gods Creatures

Gods Creatures is a 1913 oil on canvas painting by Eugen von Blaas, an Austro/Italian artist born in Italy to Austrian parents. Von Blaas, also known as Eugene de Blaas or Eugenio Blaas, had been largely taught to paint by his father, himself a p ...

                                               

Stonewall Jackson Monument

The Stonewall Jackson Monument, is a partially deconstructed monument with a remaining granite pedestal that previously contained an equestrian statue installed along Richmond, Virginias Monument Avenue, in the United States.

                                               

Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator

Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator is a 2019 documentary film directed by Eva Orner and starring Larissa Anderson, Francesca Asumah and Sarah Baughn. The premise revolves around Bikram Choudhury and how he built his yoga business. The film premiered at ...

                                               

Giovanni Battista della Pietra

Giovanni Battista della Pietra, SJ was an Italian Jesuit of the Catholic Church who became an archbishop and worked in the diplomatic service of the Holy See and then returned to his normal religious life.

                                               

Gisli Þorlaksson

Gisli was the son of Þorlakur Skulason, the bishop of Holar, and Kristin Gisladottir. He grew up in Holar, graduating from Holar College in 1649, after which he studied at the University of Copenhagen until 1651. After returning to Iceland, Gisli ...

                                               

St. Wilfrids Church

St. Wilfrids Church may refer to any of a number of structures in England: St Wilfrids Church, Barrow-upon-Trent, Derbyshire St Wilfrids Church, Halton, Leeds, West Yorkshire St Wilfrids Church, Wilford, Nottinghamshire St Wilfrids Church, Bright ...

                                               

St Helens Church

St Helens Church may refer to: St Helens Church, Waddington, Lancashire, England St Helens Church, Overton, Lancashire, England St. Helens Church, St. Helens, Isle of Wight St Helens Church, Little Cawthorpe Lincolnshire, England Church of St Hel ...

                                               

Mariners Church (disambiguation)

The Mariners Church may refer to the following congregations or buildings: in Australia Mariners Church, The Rocks, in Sydney in Ireland Mariners Church, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, Ireland in the United Kingdom Mariners Church, Leith, Edinburgh, ...

                                               

John the Stylite

John the Stylite, also known as John of Litharb, was a Syriac Orthodox monk and author. He was a stylite attached to the monastery of Atarib and part of a circle of Syriac intellectuals active in northern Syria under the Umayyad dynasty. Few of J ...

                                               

Saint-Roch

Saint-Roch may refer to: In Canada: Saint-Roch River, a stream of Quebec stream named Shields Branch in Maine Saint-Roch, Quebec City, a neighbourhood of Quebec City Little Saint Roch River, a stream of Quebec Saint-Roch-des-Aulnaies, Quebec, a m ...

                                               

Wasif Boutros Ghali

Wasif Boutros Ghali was an Egyptian writer, diplomat, and political figure. He was appointed Foreign Minister of Egypt four times: in 1924, 1928, 1930 and between 1936 and 1937.

                                               

Fairness

Fairness or being fair can refer to: In American broadcasting, presentation of controversies in accord with the Fairness Doctrine Fairness, absence of bias in specific realms Fairness measures, metrics to quantify the fair distribution of resourc ...