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Antenna

Antenna biology, one of one or more pairs of appendages used for sensing in arthropods Antenna journal, the journal of the Royal Entomological Society

Balance

Balance puzzle, a mathematical puzzle "Balance", a poem by Patti Smith from the book kodak Balance installation, a 2013 glazed ceramic installation by Tim Ryan Balance game design, the concept and the practice of tuning relationships between a ga ...

Salif

Music Salif rapper, French rapper Politics Salif Diallo born 1957, Burkinabe politician Sports Salif Cisse born 1994, German football player Salif Diao Dutch footballer born 1990, Dutch footballer Salif Nogo born 1986, Burkina Faso-French footbal ...

Apsara (disambiguation)

An Apsara is a folkloric female spirit originating in South Asia. Apsara or Absara may also refer to: APSARA, the Authority for the Protection and Management of Angkor and the Region of Siem Reap Apsara dance, a term for Khmer classical dance Aps ...

AHP

Analytic Hierarchy Process, a mathematical decision-making technique Above Head of Passes, the Head of Passes being the datum from which mileages on the Lower Mississippi River are measured UCSF Alliance Health Project American Homeowner Preserva ...

Czechoslovakian M32 helmet

The M32 helmet also known as M32/34 is a military steel combat helmet used by Czechoslovakia from its adoption in 1932 to its annexation by Nazi Germany in 1939. The helmet also being used by the Slovak Republic and Finland among other countries ...

Hongdu GJ-11

Hongdu GJ-11 Sharp Sword, is a stealth unmanned combat aerial vehicle jointly designed by Shenyang Aircraft Design Institute, Shenyang Aerospace University and Hongdu Aviation Industry Group. Manufactured by Hongdu, it descends from AVIC 601-S pr ...

Aleksandar Ljahnicky

Aleksandar Ljahnicky is an architect and visual artist. He was born in Croatia where he lived until 1995 when he moved to the United States. He became a U.S. citizen and currently lives and works in New York City. Working in architecture, Aleksan ...

The Glass Room (film)

The Glass Room is a 2019 Czech drama film directed by Julius Sevcik. It stars Hanna Alstrom, Karel Roden and Carice van Houten. It is based on a book by Simon Mawer of the same name.

Parnu railway station

The city of Parnu in Estonia had a railway station from 1896 to 2018, although the location of the station changed several times. There are plans to re-establish a passenger train service with a new high-speed rail line, Rail Baltica, running fro ...

Inglisild

Inglisild is the bridge in Toomemagi, Tartu, Estonia. Bridge was built between 1814 and 1816 and was designed by Johann Wilhelm Krause. Later, bridge was somewhat re-built and in 1836 construction works ended. Re-building was designed by Moritz H ...

Tuva (disambiguation)

Tuva may refer to: Political entities: Tuva Republic, a federal subject of Russia Tuvan Peoples Republic Peoples Republic of Tannu Tuva, 1921–1944 Tuvan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic 1961–1992 Tuvan Autonomous Oblast 1944-1961 Other: Tuva ...

Ramon Valera

Ramon Valera was a fashion designer from the Philippines who was bestowed with the National Artist of the Philippines honor in 2006. He is the countrys first and only fashion designer to receive this distinction. In 2017, his work was displayed i ...

Grand Theatre

Grand Theatre, Grand Theatre in French, Grand Theater or often The Grand is a common name for theatres throughout the world. It is also used in the title of The Grand Theatre, Volume One and The Grand Theatre, Volume Two albums by alt-country ban ...

Pearl Amoah

Rev. Pearl Amoah is a former Ghanaian international model and currently an ordained reverend minister. She was Miss Northern Region in 1994, Miss Ghana Universe in 1996 and the Miss Ghana International pageant in 2015. She also won the Africa Ebo ...

Nana Otafrija Pallbearing

Nana Otafrija Pallbearing and Waiting Services is a Ghanaian business that provides dancing pallbearers to perform at funerals.The Ghanaian group led by Benjamin Aidoo has been working for over a decade and gained international repute in 2017 aft ...

Guatemala and the World Bank

The World Bank, in seeking to promote development within less developed countries, describes itself as a fund rather than a Bank, by initiating projects for less developed countries in pursuit to end poverty. The World Bank initiates and divides ...

Ciani

Ciani may refer to: People: Sergio Ciani or Alan Steel 1935–2015, Italian bodybuilder and actor Dino Ciani 1941–1974, Italian pianist Suzanne Ciani born 1946, Italian American pianist and music composer Michael Ciani born 1984, French professiona ...

Bellefontaine

In France Bellefontaine, Val-dOise, in the Val-dOise departement Bellefontaine, Martinique, in the Martinique departement Bellefontaine, Vosges, in the Vosges departement Bellefontaine, Manche, in the Manche departement Bellefontaine, Jura, in th ...

44

44M Tas, a Hungarian medium/heavy tank design of World War II 44M Tas Rohamloveg, a Hungarian tank destroyer design of World War II, derived from the 44M Tas tank .44 Magnum, a large revolver cartridge .44 Special, a revolver cartridge

Lauf Cycling

Lauf Cycling is an Icelandic bicycle brand based in Reykjavik, Iceland. They specialise in cyclocross and gravel bikes. They are most commonly known for their invention of the Lauf Spring: a pivotless trailing link fork. A set of glass fiber spri ...

Daihatsu H-series engine

The Daihatsu H-series engine is a range of four-stroke four-cylinder, internal combustion piston engines, designed by Daihatsu, which is a subsidiary of Toyota. These engines were produced from 1987 through 2009. Ranging from 1.3 L up to 1.6 L, t ...

Taer 2

The Taer 2 Persian: طائر ‎, meaning "bird" is an Iranian mid-range radar guided solid fueled surface-to-air missile designed to strike aerial targets at altitudes of up to 25-27 km75000 ft and distances of up to 50 km away. it is meant for use wi ...

Kamin-2

The Kamin-2 missile system is an Iranian road-mobile short-range Air defense system derived from the Mersad air defense system. It was unveiled on a Defense exhibition that took place on 18 April 2018. It is designed reconnaissance and strike unm ...

Raad-500 (missile)

Raad-500 missile is an Iranian SRBM which is equipped with a progressive composite engine that is dubbed as "Zohair ". Raad-500 means "Thunder 500", and it has been designed by half --weight-- in comparison with the previous Iranian missile whose ...

IAD

AirAsia India, ICAO airline code IAD International Automotive Design, or IAD, a British car manufacturer Iraqi Army Division, or IAD Internal affairs law enforcement, or Internal Affairs Division IAD, the police agency division that investigates ...

Helm wz. 50

The Wz50 also known as M50 is a steel combat helmet used by Poland from its introduction in 1950 to its replacement by the Wz67 in 1967. The helmet would be widely exported to a number of Arab countries for its low price.

Engineering Design and Management v. Burton

Tracey, T/A Engineering Design & Management v Burton, IESC 16, was an Irish Supreme Court case in which the Supreme Court considered the Irish courts ability to limit the right of access to the courts and, in extreme cases, to dismiss proceedings.

National Memorial Hall For Israels Fallen

The National Memorial Hall for Israels Fallen is a national memorial for all soldiers who gave their lives establishing and defending the State of Israel. The memorial was commissioned by the Israeli Ministry of Defense to provide a central place ...

Uhuru

Uhuru Tanzanian ward, an administrative ward in the Dodoma Urban district of the Dodoma Region Uhuru Park in Nairobi, Kenya Uhuru Peak, the highest summit on the rim of Kibo volcanic cone at Mount Kilimanjaro Uhuru Monument, or Uhuru Torch Monume ...

Signet

Signet may refer to: Signet ring cell, a malignant cell type associated with cancers SigneT, a class of racing dinghy, designed in 1961 by Ian Proctor Signet Books, an imprint of the New American Library Signet Jewelers, the worlds largest specia ...

ODM

IBM Operational Decision Management, IBMs Business Rule Management System BRMS Oracle Data Mining, an optional extra for Oracle Database Object Data Manager, a component of the AIX operating system used to store configuration information Oracle D ...

GNU (disambiguation)

Gyeongsang National University, a university in South Korea Grand National Union of Kenya, a Kenyan political party Great Northern Union, a US mens barbershop chorus government of national unity, a coalition government during a national emergency ...

CDF

Chlorinated dibenzofurans, a.k.a. polychlorinated dibenzofurans Channel Definition Format, an XML standard Computable Document Format, a format for interactive data visualizations Comma-delimited format, now referred to as.csv comma-separated val ...

Minju Kim

Minju Kim is a South Korean fashion designer known for her womenswear and use of bold prints. In 2020 she was named the winner of the first season of Netflixs Next In Fashion. Kim was born in Gwangju, South Korea and studied in New Zealand as a t ...

P46

P46 or P-46 may refer to: Papyrus 46, one of the oldest extant New Testament manuscripts in Greek ARA Gomez Roca P-46, an Argentine Navy corvette launched in 1984, commissioned in 2005 Heckler & Koch UCP, also known as the HK P-46, a semi-automat ...

Tess

Tess play, a stage adaptation of Tess of the dUrbervilles featuring Tanya Franks Tess 2016 film, a South African production Tess 1979 film, a 1979 film adaptation of Tess of the dUrbervilles

DFE

Decision Feedback Equalizer Design for Environment of a product or service Design Focused Evaluation of educational quality DFE Ascender, an ultralight aircraft

P43

P43, P-43 or P.43 may refer to: GER Class P43, a class of steam tender locomotives HMS Unison P43, a Second P {\displaystyle {\mathfrak {P}}} 43 World War Royal Navy submarine Republic P-43 Lancer, a United States Army Air Corps fighter aircraft ...

Georges Kachaamy

Georges Kachaamy is the current director of research, innovation, and design center at the American University in Dubai. He is an associate professor of architecture, architect, artist, scholar, and a philosopher. He has served as the chairperson ...

Future (disambiguation)

The Future, former name of English synthpop/new wave band The Human League Future rapper born 1983, stage name of American rapper Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn Futuristic rapper born 1991, stage name of American rapper Zachary Lewis Beck

Sidra

Sidra may refer to: Sidra name Places Gulf of Sidra, a body of water in the Mediterranean Sea on the northern coast of Libya Gmina Sidra, a Polish administrative district Sidra Tower, a 45-floor tower in Al Sufouh, Dubai, United Arab Emirates Sid ...

Svoboda

Svoboda political party All-Ukrainian Union "Svoboda", a nationalist political party in Ukraine

TDP

Transparent Distributed Processing, network distributed architecture in the QNX operating system Thermal design power, a value describing the thermal limits of a computer system

Aventura

Aventura may refer to: Aventura Mall, an upscale super-regional shopping mall in Aventura, Florida Aventura, Florida, a city on the Florida coast in Miami Aventura band, a bachata music group from the Bronx, New York Aventura telenovela, a 1970 M ...

The Price of Living

The Price of Living is a 1954 Mexican drama film directed by Tito Davison and starring Arturo de Cordova, Rosita Quintana and Maria Douglas. It was the first Mexican film to be shot in 3D. The films sets were designed by the art director Gunther ...

M85

M85 machine gun, a machine-gun used in the M60 Patton series of tanks Zastava M85, an assault rifle developed and manufactured by Zastava Arms German minelayer M-85 sunk on October 1 near Hel Peninsula

O Tempo dos Leopardos

O Tempo dos Leopardos is a 1985 war drama. It is a Yugoslav-Mozambican co-production directed by Zdravko Velimirovic. O Tempo dos Leopardos was the first Mozambican feature film.

TDM

TDM may refer to: DanTDM, a YouTube channel operated by British YouTube personality Daniel Middleton Time-division multiplexing, a method of transmitting and receiving independent signals over a common signal path The Yamaha TDM, a model of motor ...

NSX

NSX may refer to: Post Office Sorting Van NSX, the identifier of a British-specified mail sorting van when it is equipped with dual brake systems VMware NSX, a network-virtualisation product Namibian Stock Exchange NSX, a stock exchange based in ...