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South Sea

Oceania, east of Australia Southsea, a seaside resort in Portsmouth, England, UK South China Sea, encompassing an area from Singapore to the Strait of Taiwan South Seas, commonly refers to the South Pacific Namhae sea, or South Sea, Korean name f ...

Company man (disambiguation)

Company man may refer to: "The Company Man", a song from the a-ha album Minor Earth Major Sky Company man, an petroleum industry term that refers to a representative of an operating/exploration company Company Man film, a 2000 film starring Sigou ...

NBK

NBK may refer to any one of the following: Natural Born Killers, a 1994 motion picture National Bank of Kenya National Bank of Kuwait NBK, used as the codeword for the 1999 Columbine high school massacre by Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold Nabeya Bi ...

387th

387th may refer to: 387th Tactical Fighter Squadron, inactive United States Air Force unit 387th Air Expeditionary Group 387 AEG is a provisional United States Air Force unit assigned to the 386th Air Expeditionary Wing at Ali Al Salem Air Base, ...

Larkin

Larkin Company, former mail-order company based in Buffalo, New York Philip Larkin Society Larkin Aircraft Supply Company, former Australian aircraft manufacturer

Unifi

Unifi, UniFi or UNIFI may refer to: UNIFI trade union, the British trade union that merged into Amicus in 2004 Unifi internet service provider, a high speed broadband service in Malaysia UniFi, a wireless networking system from Ubiquiti Networks ...

AOR

AOR – Spirit of The Alarm, band Album-oriented rock, an American FM radio format Adult-oriented rock disambiguation AOR performance, a 1971 performance by Jean Michel Jarre at the Paris Opera Arab on Radar, an American noise rock band

National Grid

National Grid Great Britain, the electricity transmission network of Great Britain Electrical grid, an interconnected network for delivering electricity National Grid plc, a utilities company based in the UK that also operates in the northeastern ...

PICC

PICC may refer to: Peripherally inserted central catheter PICC, in medicine, a type of intravenous line also known as a PICC line. Presubscribed Interexchange Carrier Charge, an interconnection payment paid between telephone companies in North Am ...

NST

New Straits Times, an English-language newspaper published in Malaysia Niigata Sogo Television, a television company in Niigata Prefecture, Japan New Sabah Times, a newspaper in Sabah, Malaysia

TVI

TVI may refer to: TVI Community College now Central New Mexico Community College in Albuquerque, New Mexico Television interference RTL-TVI, a French-language television station in Belgium Television Iwate, a television company in Iwate Prefectur ...

Coffee shop

Coffeeshop Netherlands, a place where cannabis products are sold and consumed Coffee shop, in the U.S., a casual, popular-priced restaurant similar to a diner Coffeeshop Company is an Austrian company Coffeehouse or cafe, an establishment where c ...

RMC

RMC may refer to: Radio Monte Carlo, a radio station operation in France, Monaco and Italy RMC France, the French version of Radio Monte Carlo Rotherham Central railway station by its National Rail code Royal Marines Cadets, a family of three cad ...

Ikon

Interkerkelijke Omroep Nederland, abbreviated as IKON, a Dutch public broadcaster Ikon, a 1982 novel by Graham Masterton Ikon FCL, the video sublabel of Factory Records

CHS

Conard High School, Connecticut, U.S. College Historical Society, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland Central High School disambiguation, the name of several schools Center for Hellenic Studies, a research institute in Washington, D.C., U.S. Winston ...

MWW

MWW may refer to: Marquis Whos Who, a publisher of directories with short biographies of influential persons .MWW, a file format for Music Works, a music software program Missing white woman, or "Married White Woman" Myanmar Wide Web, a tongue-in ...

SPDC

SPDC has multiple meanings, including: Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Scholarship Programme for Diaspora Children, a scholarship given by the Indian Government to the People of Indian Origin and NRIs. Self-Protecting Digital Conte ...

ALD

Alcoholic liver disease Assistive listening device used to improve hearing ability Asymmetric Laplace distribution, in probability theory and statistics Adrenoleukodystrophy, a disease linked to the X chromosome Atomic layer deposition, a thin-fi ...

NMF

NMF may refer to: New Myanmar Foundation, a civil society organisation foundation in Myanmar N-Methylformamide New minor forcing, a contract bridge bidding convention Neuenfelder Maschinenfabrik, a German company for ship cranes Neural modeling f ...

Telenor (disambiguation)

Telenor may refer to: Telenor Hungary, a former subsidiary of Telenor Telenor Arena, a multi-purpose indoor arena in Norway, sponsored by Telenor Telenor Serbia, a former subsidiary of Telenor Telenor Myanmar, a subsidiary of Telenor Telenor Paki ...

MTU

MTU Friedrichshafen, an international diesel engine manufacturer MTU Aero Engines, a German aircraft engine manufacturer Motoren- und Turbinen-Union, a former German engine manufacturer, now split into two companies Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group ...

TTC

Tom Club, an American new wave band Tao Te Ching, the collection of sayings attributed to Lao Tzu TTC band, a French hip-hop trio The Travel Channel, a cable channel devoted to travel The Tennis Channel, a digital channel devoted to tennis

Rohm (disambiguation)

Ernst Rohm 1887–1934, purged and murdered German commander and cofounder of the Nazi SA Stormtroopers Maria Rohm 1945–2018, Austrian actress Otto Rohm 1876–1939, founder of the American chemical company Rohm and Haas Elisabeth Rohm born 1973, Ger ...

HCT

Hadassah College of Technology, now Hadassah Academic College in Jerusalem, Israel Higher Colleges of Technology, in the United Arab Emirates Herefordshire College of Technology, now Herefordshire and Ludlow College, in England Higher College of ...

ISG

ISG may refer to: In academics: Information Security Group, academic information security group in Royal Holloway, University of London ISG Business School, a business school in Paris, France International School of Geneva, an international schoo ...

Matra (disambiguation)

Matra or MATRA may refer to: Matra Durandal Matra, a French company covering a wide range of activities mainly related to automobile, aeronautics and weaponry Matra R550 Magic Matra R530 Equipe Matra Sports, Matras sports car division, former For ...

MCT

Medium-chain triglycerides, a class of fat with specific dietary and technical properties also MCT oil Monocarboxylate transporters, a family of proton-linked plasma membrane transporters that carry molecules having one carboxylate group monocarb ...

Aziziye (disambiguation)

Aziziya, a city and the capital of the Jafara district, Libya Aziziyah, Hama, a village located in Al-Hamraa Nahiyah in Hama District, Hama Governorate, Syria Aziziye, a district in Erzurum Province, Turkey The former name of Emirdağ, Afyonkarahi ...

BQ

Navassa Island FIPS PUB 10-4 territory code BQ Caribbean Netherlands ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code .bq, the country-code Top Level Domain for Caribbean Netherlands British Antarctic Territory former ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code

JIC

JIC may refer to: Jordan Insurance Company, an insurance company in Jordan John Innes Centre, centre for research and training in plant science located in Norwich, England Joint Intelligence Center Joint Industrial Council, British labour-managem ...

NCBC

NCBC may refer to: New College Boat Club, a rowing club of New College, Oxford, England Newnham College Boat Club, a rowing club of Newnham College, Cambridge, England National Commission for Backward Classes National Commerce Bancorporation, a M ...

KSA (disambiguation)

Kenya Scouts Association Kosher Supervision of America Korea Scout Association Korea Science Academy or Korea Science Academy of KAIST Korean Standards Association Kommando Strategische Aufklarung or Strategic Reconnaissance Command, an agency th ...

QCA

QCA may refer to: Quad Cities Area, is a geographic region of the Mid-Mississippi Valley of the United States that includes several communities in the states of Iowa and Illinois. Quoted Companies Alliance, a not-for profit organisation represent ...

Ikhwan (disambiguation)

Ikhwan is Islamic militia which played an important role in Saudi Arabias history. Ikhwan Arabic: إخوان ‎ is an Arabic word meaning "brothers". It may refer to: Yihewani, Islamic sect in China the name is a Chinese transcription of "Ikhwan" Globa ...

HHA

HHA may refer to: Houston Housing Authority, the operator of public housing in Houston, Texas Historic Hotels of America, an American hotel affiliation group Historic Houses Association, a not-for-profit organisation, represents 1.600 privately o ...

Saraya (disambiguation)

Saraya may refer to: Saraya Ahl al-Sham, a rebel alliance active in the Syrian Civil War. El Saraya neighborhood, a neighborhood in Alexandria, Egypt. Seraya also spelled Saraya, a historical building in Nazareth, Israel. Saraya, Senegal, a small ...

Souda (disambiguation)

Souda, alternative spelling Suda, can refer to: Chania International Airport, an airport on the Akrotiri peninsula near Souda Bay Souda Bay Naval Base, a naval base in Crete in the bay of the same name Souda Island, an island in the bay of the sa ...

R22

R22 may refer to: R22 road Belgium, a part of inner ringway around Brussels R22 road Senegal, a regional road in Senegal HMS Ursa R22, a World War II British Royal Navy U-class destroyer R22 New York City Subway car R22 band, a metalcore/hard roc ...

Rew

Henry Rew, English rugby union player Kimberley Rew, English singer-songwriter and guitarist R. Henry Rew, British agricultural statistician R.E.W. Turner, a Canadian army officer during the Boer War and World War I Robert Rew, mayor of Rockford, ...

MWM

MWM may refer to: the Moustarchindina Wal Moustarchidati, an Islamic movement in Senegal Megan Wants a Millionaire, VH1 Reality Show starring Megan Hauseman Melbourne Winter Masterpieces, an annual series of major exhibitions held in Melbourne Mo ...

LCT

LCT may refer to: Ligue Communiste des Travailleurs, former Senegal political party Labour Congress of Thailand Landing craft tank LCT, a line of Quantum Fireball hard disk drives Language and Communication Technologies Local Civil time LCT resor ...

A cappella (disambiguation)

"A capella" Ylvis song, 2016 "Acapella" Kelis song, 2010 "Acapella" Karmin song, 2013 "A Capella", song by Israel Vibration U-Roy from Serious Matter 2000

SLM

SLM may refer to: Companies St. Louis Music, equipment distributor SLM Corporation, or Sallie Mae, an American student loan company Surinaamse Luchtvaart Maatschappij, or Surinam Airways, ICAO code SLM International, later The Hockey Company Stan ...

Sedan

Aeronca Sedan, a light aircraft built by Aeronca Aircraft, 1948–1951 Franklin Sedan, built by H. H. Franklin Manufacturing Company, Syracuse, New York Sedan automobile, a passenger car in a three-box configuration Oldsmobile Touring Sedan, an aut ...

Amira

Amira, Ameerah, or Ameera may refer to: Amira language or Jebel el Amira, a Niger–Congo language spoken in Kordofan, Sudan Amira name, an Arabic and Hebrew female given name Amira album, an album by Amira Willighagen USS Ameera SP-453, a United S ...

Turkey Creek

Turkey Creek, Louisiana Turkey Creek, Arizona Turkey Creek, Australia, known as Warmun Community, Western Australia Turkey Creek, Kentucky Turkey Creek, Indiana, an unincorporated community in Steuben County Turkey Creek, Florida, a rural, uninco ...

TVS

TVS Poland, a regional Silesia commercial DVB-T free-to-air television station TVS São Tome and Principe, the public television broadcaster of São Tome and Principe TVS Russia, a defunct Russian television channel TVS Television Network, US distr ...

RNV

RNV may refer to: Radio Nacional de Venezuela, a government radio station in Venezuela that began broadcasting in 1936 Armavia, airline company in 1996–2013, operating as Armenias flag carrier ICAO airline designator Rhein-Neckar-Verkehr, a compa ...

Daily Journal

Daily Journal may refer to: Daily Journal of Commerce, a newspaper published in Portland, Oregon, United States Daily Journal Missouri, a newspaper published in Park Hills, Missouri, United States San Francisco Daily Journal – San Francisco Legal ...

VSL

VSL may refer to: Vernon Systems Ltd, a museums collections management software company based in New Zealand VSL3, VSL#3 a prescribed probiotic treatment Volume of the Sacred Law, in Freemasonry Vienna Summer of Logic, a combination of several ma ...