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Discovery Island

Discovery Island may refer to: Bahamas Discovery Island Bahamas, a private island off the coast of Nassau British Columbia, Canada Discovery Island British Columbia, a small island near Victoria, British Columbia. Discovery Islands, an archipelag ...

                                               

Gabrielle Roy (disambiguation)

Gabrielle Roy was a French-Canadian author. Gabrielle Roy may also refer to: Boisbriand, Quebec, a school in a suburb of Montreal Ecole Gabrielle-Roy Vancouver, a French-language combined elementary and high school in Surrey, British Columbia, Ca ...

                                               

Peter Birch (priest)

Peter Birch was an English clergyman who served as Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons and Archdeacon of Westminster. Birch was the son of Thomas Birch of Birch Hall, Manchester, and his wife Alice nee Brooke. Raised a presbyterian, h ...

                                               

Giuliani G. De Negri

Gaetano De Negri, known professionally as Giuliani G. De Negri, was an Italian film producer and screenwriter. He is best known for his collaborations with film directors Paolo and Vittorio Taviani, having produced and sometimes penned all of the ...

                                               

Juberg-Hayward syndrome

Juberg-Hayward syndrome is a rare genetic syndrome characterised by cleft lip/palate, microcephaly, ptosis, short stature, hypoplasia or aplasia of thumbs, dislocation of radial head and fusion of humerus and radius. The abnormalities in the arm ...

                                               

Ankyloblepharon

Ankyloblepharon is defined as the adhesion of the edges of the upper eyelid with the lower eyelid. Ankyloblepharon must be differentiated from blepharophimosis, in which palpebral aperture is reduced and there is telecanthus, but the eyelid margi ...

                                               

Rotatin

Rotatin is a protein that in humans is encoded by the RTTN gene. It is involved in the maintenance of cellular cilia and the radial migration of neurons in the cerebral cortex.

                                               

Post-traumatic

Post-traumatic refers to conditions following a physical trauma, i.e. an injury or damage caused by physical harm, or a psychological trauma: Post-traumatic growth Post-traumatic abortion syndrome Post-traumatic seizure Post Traumatic, album by A ...

                                               

Adu

Abu Dhabi University Afghan Defense University, now called Marshal Fahim National Defense University Adamson University of Manila ArsDigita University at MIT Animal Demography Unit, University of Cape Town

                                               

Marymount College

Marymount College may refer to: Lynn University, Boca Raton, Florida; formerly Marymount College Marymount College Kansas, Salina, Kansas; now closed Marymount University, Arlington, Virginia; formerly Marymount College Marymount College, Tarryto ...

                                               

McDonnell 120 Flying Crane

The McDonnell 120 Flying Crane, also V-1 Jeep, was a lightweight utility flying crane helicopter designed and built by the McDonnell Aircraft Corporation during the 1950s. The open frame fuselage supported the three gas-producers and main rotor m ...

                                               

John Franklin (disambiguation)

Sir John Franklin was a British Royal Navy officer and explorer of the Arctic. John Franklin may also refer to: John Rankin Franklin 1820–1878, American politician John Franklin actor born 1959, American actor John Franklin-Myers born 1996, Ameri ...

                                               

Franklin David Keim

Franklin David Keim was a professor at the University of Nebraska where he studied plant genetics, grasses, and grazing. He served as the chair of the University of Nebraska Department of Agronomy for 22 years from 1930 to 1952. He was elected a ...

                                               

Southern Air Boss

The Southern Air Boss was a 1920s U.S. biplane trainer aircraft. One prototype was built and by 1929 a new factory was ready for its production but this did not follow.

                                               

Clifford Shaw

Clifford Robe Shaw was an American sociologist and criminologist. He was a major figure in the Chicago School of sociology during the 1930s and 1940s, and is considered to be one of the most influential figures in American criminology. His work o ...

                                               

Anna (ship)

Several vessels have been named Anna: Anna 1793 ship was launched at Calcutta in 1793. She was often called Bengal Anna to distinguish her from Bombay Anna. Bengal Anna made three voyages for the British East India Company EIC. She was lost on th ...

                                               

Hokonui

The term Hokonui refers to several things in New Zealand, all directly or indirectly related to the area around the Southland town of Gore: Hokonui radio network, a radio network based in Gore Moonshine alcohol, which was produced in the Hokonui ...

                                               

Radium Franklin

Radium Franklin was a tugboat built in 1951, and operated by the Northern Transportation Company - popularly known as the "Radium Line", because many of their tugboats contained Radium in their name, since they were originally built to haul Urani ...

                                               

Pure Planet

In 2017, Tom Alexander, Steven Day, and Andrew Ralston announced the founding of a new energy company dubbed "Project Blue Marble" with a planned launch that year. The project had been underway for more than a year, having secured investment from ...

                                               

Riverstone

Electoral district of Riverstone Riverstone, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney, Australia Riverstone High School Riverstone railway station, Sydney Riverstone Terraces, a suburb of Upper Hutt, New Zealand Riverstone Sugar Land, Texas, a master- ...

                                               

Shale (disambiguation)

Shale, the Albanian name for the Sedlare settlement in the municipality of Vucitrn, District of Kosovska Mitrovica, Kosovo. Shale, California, former town Shale, Albania, a municipal unit in Shkoder County, northern Albania Shale river, a river i ...

                                               

Sarvantara Village

Sarvantara is a small rural village located in the block of Nawabganj in the district of Bahraich of the state of Uttar Pradesh. It is a Dalit-dominated village which was in the dark even after 69 years of Independence. With no electricity networ ...

                                               

Millerhill Recycling and Energy Recovery Centre

Millerhill Recycling and Energy Recovery Centre is a recycling and waste incineration facility at Millerhill in Midlothian, near Edinburgh in Scotland. It was built on part of the site of the Millerhill Marshalling Yard; construction began in Oct ...

                                               

Samuel Symons Bassett

Samuel Symons Bassett was a pioneer wine maker in Roma, Queensland, Australia. He made the Roma district renowned throughout Queensland for the excellence of its grapes and its wines. As at 2020, his Romavilla Winery continues to operate and is l ...

                                               

HTE

HTE may refer to: High-temperature electrolysis Historical Thesaurus of English High-throughput experimentation Horvitz–Thompson estimator Hydrogen telluride ion HTe- Hatia railway station, in Jharkhand, India Hiller HTE, a helicopter Harvest Ene ...

                                               

GCET

GCET can refer to: GCET Greenfield Community Energy & Technology, an Internet Provider in Greenfield, Massachusetts G H Patel College Of Engineering & Technology, an engineering college in Vallabh Vidyanagar, India Gujarat Common Entrance Test: e ...

                                               

Phenix

Phenix may refer to: Phenix, Virginia Phenix, Indiana, an unincorporated community in Wells County Superphenix, nuclear power station on the Rhone River at Creys-Mepieu in France PHENIX, a high energy nuclear interactions experiment held at Brook ...

                                               

Sunil Saxena

Sunil Saxena is an American doctor, entrepreneur, author, motivational speaker, and real estate builder. He is the founder of The Saxena Company, Saxena Custom Homes, and Saxena Construction, all based in Northern Virginia.

                                               

Choptank

Choptank may refer to a location in the eastern United States or a former Native American tribe: Choptank people Communities Choptank Mills, Delaware, Kent County Choptank, Maryland, Caroline County Other Choptank River, a tributary of Chesapeake ...

                                               

Jason Mendoza

Jason Mendoza may refer to: "Jason Mendoza" The Good Place episode Jason Mendoza The Good Place character Jason Mendoza is an amateur DJ from Jacksonville, Florida. He ran a 60 man dance crew and frequently talked about his dreams of being a big- ...

                                               

Bonner

Bonnerveen, Dutch town Division of Bonner, electoral district in Queensland Bonner, Australian Capital Territory, suburb of Canberra Bonner-West Riverside, Montana Bonner County, Idaho Bonners Ferry, Idaho Bonner Springs, Kansas Bonner, Nebraska ...

                                               

.350 Legend

The.350 Legend, also called 350 LGND, is a SAAMI-approved straight-walled hunting cartridge developed by Winchester Repeating Arms. The cartridge was designed for use in American states that have specific regulations for deer hunting with straigh ...

                                               

Sand Ridge

In Australia Electoral district of Sandridge, Victoria Port Melbourne, Victoria, historically known as Sandridge In the United Kingdom Sandridge, Stoke Gabriel, Devon Sandridge, Hertfordshire, a village and civil parish Sandridge, Wiltshire In th ...

                                               

VSR

VSR may refer to: V&S Railway, Kansas, USA VSR sniper rifles by Tokyo Marui The VR6 family of internal combustion engines, also known as the variable geometry intake VGI Вооружённые Си́лы России Vooruzhonnie Sili Rossii, the Armed Forces of R ...

                                               

Sebec

Sebec crater, on Mars Sebec, Maine, USA; a town located in Piscataquis County Sebec Lake, the source of the Sebec River; located in Piscataquis County, Maine, USA Sebec-Piscataquis River Confluence Prehistoric Archeological District, Piscataquis ...

                                               

Portland Rising

The Portland Rising is a professional womxns ultimate team based in Portland, Maine which competes in the Premier Ultimate League. It players at Fitzpatrick Stadium. Their stated mission is to "showcase womxn performing at the highest level, insp ...

                                               

Hannon Armstrong

Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital LLC is an American sustainable investment company. In 2013, the company became the first investment fund to go public as a clean energy real estate investment trust. As part of its environmental ...

                                               

MGE

MGE is a three letter acronym, which may mean: Madison Gas and Electric MGE UPS Systems, maker of three-phase uninterruptible power supplies, a subsidiary of Schneider Electric since 2003 MGE Office Protection Systems, maker of single-phase UPSes ...

                                               

N40

N-40 National Highway in Pakistan N40 road Ireland, urban road in Cork city, Ireland. Nebraska Highway 40, a state highway in the U.S. state of Nebraska N40 Long Island bus in the United States of America

                                               

N52

N52 road Ireland, a national secondary road Route nationale 52, a road in Belgium and France London Buses route N52 Nebraska Highway 52, a state highway in the U.S. state of Nebraska

                                               

Bullfrog (disambiguation)

Bullfrog Hills, a mountain range in Nevada Bullfrog County, Nevada, a short-lived county in Nevada Bullfrog, Nevada, a ghost town Bullfrog Basin Airport, Utah Bullfrog Marina, in Utah Bullfrog, Utah, a small community

                                               

Leach

Leach may refer to: Leach surname Leach Range, a mountain range in Elko County, Nevada Leach phenotype, a mutation in the gene encoding Glycophorin C Leach Highway, Western Australia Leach food, jelly-like sweetmeat popular in the 1600s Leach orc ...

                                               

Solar Shade Control Act

The Solar Shade Control Act was passed by the California state legislature and signed by Governor Jerry Brown in 1978 to give solar collectors access to sunlight. The act prohibits blocking access to solar collectors by trees on an adjacent prope ...

                                               

Patrick Taylor

Patrick or Pat Taylor may refer to: Patrick Taylor American football born 1998, American football running back Hoyt Patrick Taylor 1890–1964, lieutenant governor of North Carolina Patrick Taylor author born 1941, Irish-Canadian author and doctor ...

                                               

CLEAN

CLEAN may refer to: CLEAN algorithm, a computational algorithm used in astronomy to perform a deconvolution on dirty images Cryogenic Low-Energy Astrophysics with Noble gases, a liquid argon dark matter detector under construction at SNOLAB. Comm ...

                                               

PPL (disambiguation)

PPL is the PPL Corporation, an American energy company PPL may also refer to: Phonographic Performance Limited, British-based music licensing and performance rights organisation Pokhara Premier League, Nepali cricket league PPL India, an Indian c ...

                                               

Mill Run

Mill Run may refer to: Mill Run Neshannock Creek tributary, a tributary of Neshannock Creek in Mercer County, Pennsylvania Mill Run South Branch Potomac River, a tributary stream of the South Branch Potomac River Mill Run, Tucker County, West Vir ...

                                               

Craven Crowell

Craven Crowell is an energy, water and economic development administrator. In 2012, he became Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas. He is the former Chairman of the three-member Board of the Tennessee Va ...

                                               

Timothy Pataki

Timothy Pataki is an American political aide who serves as Director of the Office of Public Liaison. Pataki previously served as Special Assistant to President Donald Trump and Deputy Director of the Office of Public Liaison, serving under Justin ...

                                               

Alliant

Alliant may refer to: Alliant Aviation, an American aircraft manufacturer based in Three Rivers, Michigan and later in Richland, Michigan Alliant Destiny Fusion, an American powered parachute design Alliant Destiny XLT, an American powered parach ...