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APCO Oil Corporation

APCO Oil Corporation was an oil and petroleum goods marketing and distribution company that operated in the Oklahoma region from 1960–1979. It was a successor company to the Anderson-Prichard Oil Corporation. The term" APCO” has also been used by ...

Palm P850

The Palm P850 or Palm Treo P850, is a Palm OS-based smartphone released in 2010. This device was a minor update of the Treo 650, tailored specifically for the Chinese market and sold as a low-cost smartphone option.

Peugeot e-Legend

The Peugeot e-Legend concept code name P18 is a neo-retro coupe paying homage to the Peugeot 504 Coupe which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2018. It was unveiled on 20 September 2018, before its public exhibition at the 2018 Paris Motor Show, ...

Shop

Window shopping Grocery shopping Shop, a slang word for business for a place of business Shopping, e.g. Retail shop, or marketplace Christmas shopping Comparison shopping Machine shop, for machining Online shopping

Thornton

Thornton, South Australia, a former town Thornton, New South Wales

Elizabeth W. Adkins

Elizabeth W. Adkins is an American archivist who was the President of the Society of American Archivists. She was the leading archivist at the Ford Motor Company and Kraft Foods. Since 2015, she has worked at Grant Thornton International as the D ...

Rensenware

Rensenware is a ransomware that infects Windows computers. This ransomware was created as a joke by the Korean programmer Kangjun Heo. The ransomware was discovered at April 6, 2017. The main window depicts "Minamitsu Murasa", a character from th ...

Aeos

Aeos, Æos, or variation, may refer to: Aeos, the mythological horse that drew the Sun Chariot with 3 other horses across the sky with the Greek god Helios, see Helios god. As Aeos pulls the sun chariot, his brother Eous pulls the Moon Chariot. Se ...

Co-operative Bank

Co-operative Bank or Cooperative Bank may refer to: Coop Bank, a bank operated by Coop amba in Denmark. Cooperative Bank of Tarlac, Philippine bank The Co-operative Bank, a bank in the United Kingdom Cooperative banks in Germany, see Bundesverban ...

BWK

BWK is the abbreviation of: Brillouin–Wentzel–Kramers approximation, a method for approximating many common differential equations in physics. Desert climate or arid climate Bol Airport or Brac Airport, an airport on the Croatian island of Brac, ...

Selca

Selca kod Bogomolja, a village on the island of Hvar, Croatia, and an Italian exonym in Dalmatia Selca, Brac, a municipality on the island of Brac, Croatia Selca kod Starog Grada, a village on the island of Hvar, Croatia Selca, Istria County, a v ...

AMK

AMK may refer to: AMK band, an indie rock band from Hong Kong AMK Açık Mert Korkusuz, a Turkish sports newspaper AMK Baru, a political coalition in Malaysia AMK Ranch, a guest ranch in Wyoming Ang Mo Kio, a town in Singapore Ammattikorkeakoulu, a ...

Marshall L. Saunders

Marshall L. Saunders was an American activist and founder of the Citizens Climate Lobby. He raised funds and served on the board of a microfinance organization, spoke to thousands about climate change, and lobbied for United States Congress to ad ...

TCA

The TCA cycle starts with the condensation of acetyl group with oxaloacetic acid {OAA} and water to yield citric acid.The reaction is catalysed by the enzyme citrate synthase and a molecule of CoA is released.Citrate is then isomerised to isocitr ...

Big Eight

WIAA Big Eight Conference, an American high school athletic association in Wisconsin Big Eight Conference, a former American college athletic association Big 8 Conference Missouri, an American high school athletic association in Missouri Big Eigh ...

ACCT

ACCT may refer to: Association of Community College Trustees, a non-profit educational organization Acct protocol, a computer network protocol Association for Challenge Course Technology, an organization that publishes voluntary standards for adv ...

Schonbrunn Studios

The Schonbrunn Studios were film studios located in the Austrian capital Vienna in the grounds of the Schonbrunn Palace. It took over the site of the old palm house which had been replaced by the newer Palmenhaus Schonbrunn in the 1880s. Establis ...

Austrian Film Awards

The Austrian Film Award (German: Osterreichischer Filmpreis, is the national film award of Austria, first given out in 2011. It is voted by 2009 founded Austrian Film Academy consisting of members of the industry. The trophy is designed by media ...

Jeanne dArc (Tangerine Dream album)

Jeanne DArc - La Revolte Eternelle is the eighty-ninth release and twenty-sixth major studio album by German electronic music group Tangerine Dream. It was recorded during June 2005 at Eastgate Studios in Vienna, Austria and released in September ...

Adventure in Vienna

Adventure in Vienna is a 1952 Austrian crime thriller film directed by Emil E. Reinert and starring Gustav Frohlich, Cornell Borchers and Adrienne Gessner. It is an adaptation of the 1933 novel I Was Jack Mortimer by Alexander Lernet-Holenia. A s ...

Mr. DJ (Dr. Alban song)

Mr. DJ is a song recorded by the Sweden-based musician and producer Dr. Alban. It was released as a double-single with "Guess Whos Coming to Dinner" in 1997 and was the lead single from his fifth studio album, I Believe. The single reached number ...

Locus

Locus video game, a 1995 video game by Zombie Studios Locus Award, presented to the winners of Locus magazines annual readers poll Locus magazine, science fiction and fantasy magazine Locus comics, a Marvel Comics mutant villainess, a member of t ...

Central Rio

Central Rio is a 1939 German crime film directed by Erich Engels and starring Leny Marenbach, Camilla Horn and Ita Rina. The films sets were designed by the art director Willi Herrmann. It was shot at the Terra Studios in Berlin and on location i ...

Arlekino

"Arlekino" is the song by Russian Soviet singer Alla Pugacheva. The song was written by Bulgarian composer Emil Dimitrov and Russian poet Boris Barkas. In 1975 the song appeared in Pugachevas repertoire, she sang it on concerts. At the same time, ...

BKP

BKP may refer to: Political parties Belarusian Peasant Party, Belorusskaia krestyanskaia partiia, BKP, right wing liberal party in Belarus Bhutan Kuen-Nyam Party, BKP United Cyprus Party Turkish: Birlesik Kıbrıs Partisi Bulgarian Communist Party, ...

Black Sea (disambiguation)

Ann Street, Boston, US, colloquially known as Black Sea Black Sea China, another name for Lake Heihai, a small lake in Qinghai, China Black Sea region, a coastal area of Turkey

Croatia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005

Croatia participated in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005. The Croatian broadcaster Hrvatska radiotelevizija organised an national final to select the entry, being Lorena Jelusic with the song "Rock Baby".

Nikola Marjanovic (singer)

Majranovic was born in Zagreb in the Yugoslav republic of Croatia. His father, Hrvoje Marjanovic, was one of the co-founders of the Croatian country band Plava Trava Zaborava.

Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1963

The Yugoslavian national final, to select their entry, was held on 1 February in Belgrade. There were 8 songs in the final, one from each of the subnational public broadcasters of JRT. Four subnational public broadcasters made their debut; Radio ...

Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1968

The Yugoslavian national final to select their entry, was held on 25 February at the TV Studios in Skopje. There were six hosts in the contest; Vesna Nestorovic, Kristina Remskar, Dubravka Cecez, Snezana Lipkovska, Rosanda Kovijanic & Helga Vlaho ...

D6

ATC code D06, Antibiotics and chemotherapeutics for dermatological use, a chemical classification D6-DMSO or deuterated DMSO, a molecule containing six deuterium atoms Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia, ICD-10 code D06, an abnormal growth of cel ...

Gordan Vuk

Vuk started his senior career with NK Varazdin, where he appeared in 72 games. While with Varazdin, he registered one of the highest ball striking speeds in the 1.HNL at 140 km/h. He also appeared in the 1.HNL for NK Karlovac. He was also linked ...

Denmark in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2004

Denmark participated at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2004, sending their second entry to the contest. The Danish entry was Cool Kids with the song "Pigen er min", which was the winner of the Danish national selection MGP 2004.

Axel Kittendorff

Kittendorff was born on 19 October 1821 in Copenhagen, the son of master weaver Johann Adolph Friedrich Kittendorff 1793–1849 and Anna Amalie Elisabeth Kuhn 1797–1864. After his confirmation, he became an apprentice in xylographer Andreas Flinchs ...

Splid

Splid is the fourth studio album by Norwegian heavy metal band Kvelertak, released on 14 February 2020. The album was recorded in GodCity Studios in Salem, Massachusetts, United States. It is the bands first album with vocalist Ivar Nikolaisen an ...

Walt Disney Studios

Walt Disney Studios may refer to: Walt Disney Studio 1926–1929 the second name of The Walt Disney Company Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, the primary home media distributor of Disney films in the United States and abroad Walt Disney Studi ...

Studio One

Studio One or Studio 1 may refer to: Studio One Emirati TV program, a 2011–2014 television program broadcast in the MENA region on Dubai One Disney Studio 1, a building in Disneyland Paris, France Studio One U.S. TV series, a 1948–1958 American t ...

The Last Duel (2020 film)

The Last Duel is an upcoming historical drama-thriller film directed by Ridley Scott. Based on the book The Last Duel: A True Story of Trial by Combat in Medieval France by Eric Jager, the screenplay is written by Ben Affleck, Matt Damon and Nico ...

The Nina B. Affair

The Nina B. Affair is a 1961 French-West German drama film directed by Robert Siodmak and starring Nadja Tiller, Pierre Brasseur and Walter Giller. The films sets were designed by the art director Jean dEaubonne. It was shot at the Billancourt St ...

Yes Love in Tyrol

Yes, Yes, Love in Tyrol is a 1955 West German musical comedy film directed by Geza von Bolvary and starring Gerhard Riedmann, Hans Moser, and Doris Kirchner. It is a loose reworking of the plot of the play Kohlhiesels Daughters by Hanns Kraly. It ...

The Monk with the Whip

The Monk with the Whip is a 1967 West German mystery thriller film directed by Alfred Vohrer and starring Joachim Fuchsberger, Uschi Glas and Grit Boettcher. It is inspired by the novel The Black Abbot and subsequent play The Terror by Edgar Wall ...

Eidos

Eidos may refer to: Eidos Interactive, a former name of British video game publisher Square Enix Europe Eidos Shanghai, an active Chinese development studio of Square Enix Europe Eidos Montreal, an active Canadian development studio of Square Eni ...

Nox

Nitric oxide NO NO x, a generic term for the mono-nitrogen oxides Nitrogen dioxide NO 2 NADPH oxidase, a membrane-bound enzyme complex Nox platform, a piece of the software-defined networking ecosystem Nox unit nx, a unit of illuminance

Frank Varga

Frank Varga was a Hungarian-American sculptor. He was the only child of the artist Ferenc Varga and his wife Anna Pazman Varga.

Sobhanachala Studios

Sobhanachala Studios was an Indian film production and distribution house which produced movies predominantly in Telugu cinema. It was perhaps the first studio owned by a Telugu in Madras. The studio was located in Teynampet neighbourhood of Madr ...

Light of India

Light of India is a 1929 MGM short silent film short in two-color Technicolor. It was the tenth film produced as part of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayers "Great Events" series.

Ardmore

Ardmore, Indiana Ardmore, Tennessee Ardmore, Alabama Ardmore, South Dakota Ardmore, Missouri Ardmore Atlanta, Georgia Ardmore, Pennsylvania Ardmore, Maryland Ardmore, Oklahoma

Daniel Israel

He was initially employed as a businessman then, from 1878 to 1882, he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. This was followed by studies at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich from 1882 to 1885. His primary instructors there were Johann Caspa ...

Amit Rahav

Amit Rahav is an Israeli actor. He is best known for his role as Yanky Shapiro in the 2020 Netflix miniseries, Unorthodox.

Sky Atlantic (Italian TV channel)

ZeroZeroZero – Co-production with Canal+ and Amazon Studios Gomorrah The New Pope – Co-production with HBO and Canal+ Borgia season 3; seasons 1–2 originally aired on Sky Cinema 1 – Co-production with Canal+, ZDF, and ORF 1993 1992 – Co-productio ...