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Shanghai (disambiguation)

Shanghai County, former county, fully absorbed by Minhang District, Shanghai in 1992 Shanghai International Settlement, China 1842 to 1943

Beaver tail

Beaver tail or Beavertail may refer to: Beaver Tail railcar, built by the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad 1934–1938 Beavertail Hill State Park, in Montana, U.S. Beaver-tail, an observation car on The Coronation British passenger ...

Eclair (disambiguation)

Leclair, an opera comique in 3 acts by Fromental Halevy

LMP

LMP may stand for: Latent membrane protein 2, an EBV transmembrane protein Lemon Meringue Pie, a dessert consisting of lemon curd and meringue fillings in a shortcrust pastry Lithium Metal Polymer battery, a type of Lithium-ion polymer battery Lo ...

Banitsa (disambiguation)

Banitsa may refer to: one hundredth of an Independent State of Croatia kuna from 1941 to 1945 Banovac, a Croatian coin used between 1235 and 1384. Banitsa, a pastry from the Balkans

Vimala

Vimala Raman, Indian dancer Vimalakka born 1964, Indian balladeer Vimala Devi born 1932, Indian writer Vimala Thakar 1921–2009, Indian social activist Vimala Rangachar, cultural activist U Vimala 1899–1962, Burmese Buddhist monk

Red White and Blue

Flags that contain red, white, and blue, although not normally referred to as "Red, White, and Blue" The flag of Australia The flag of Costa Rica The flag of the Republic of China Taiwan The flag of Norway The flag of Thailand The flag of the Net ...

Chinese restaurant (disambiguation)

A Chinese restaurant is a food establishment serving Chinese cuisine. The term can also refer to: Chinese Restaurant, a reality show presented by HBS, starring Zhao Wei, Huang Xiaoming, Zhou Dongyu Restaurants in China Chinese restaurant syndrome ...

Black moss

Black moss may refer to: Numerous species of dark-coloured moss Bryophyta, possibly species of the genera Grimmia, Andreaea, Syntrichia, or Cinclidotus ; A geographical area of moorland between Diggle and Meltham in West Yorkshire Black Moss Pres ...

Yin yang (disambiguation)

Yin and yang are concepts in Chinese philosophy, used to describe how opposite or contrary forces are actually complementary. The yin and yang symbol, known as Taijitu, refers to a Chinese symbol for the concept of yin and yang. Yin and yang, yin ...

Kapiro

Kapiro is a locality in the Far North District of Northland, New Zealand. State Highway 10 passes through Kapiro. Waipapa is 2.7 km south, and Kaeo is 19 km northwest, by road.

M&M

M&M may refer to: M&M Boys, the nickname given to baseball players Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris M&M Food Market, a specialty frozen food store chain in Canada M&Ms, a chocolate confectionery coated with hard candy shell and lette ...

John Shields

John Shields may refer to: Jack Shields 1929–2004, Canadian politician John Shields Texas politician born 1954, former Texas state representative John Shields mayor born 1944, mayor of Nyack, New York John Shields cricketer 1882–1960, English cri ...

James McIntosh

James, Jamie or Jimmy McIntosh may refer to: James McIntosh food writer born 1978, Northern Irish food writer James McIntosh footballer, born 1886 1886–1959, Scottish footballer Jamie McIntosh fl. 2002–2012, director of International Justice Miss ...

Knapp Ranch, California

The historic Knapp Ranch was located at the upper end of the Castaic Creek drainage in a broad alluvial valley at the head of Cienaga Canyon, south of Liebre Mountain and east of Bear Canyon in the north-west corner of the Angeles National Forest ...

On the Road (disambiguation)

On the Road 1936 film, a French comedy film directed by Jean Boyer On the Road The String Cheese Incident 2003, a documentary taping project by the band The String Cheese Incident On the Road: A Document 1964, a documentary by Noriaki Tsuchimoto ...

Wang Gang (chef)

Wang Gang is a Chinese chef and Internet personality. He was born in Fushun County, Zigong, Sichuan, and decided to pursue a culinary career at age 15. He has 5 million followers across Xigua Video, bilibili, Weibo, and YouTube as of 2018, and ha ...

Nom Wah Tea Parlor

Nom Wah Tea Parlor, opened in 1920, is the oldest continuously running restaurant in Manhattan Chinatown. The restaurant serves Hong Kong style dim-sum and is currently located at 13 Doyers Street in Manhattan.

Gram–Euler theorem

Let P {\displaystyle P} be an n {\displaystyle n} -dimensional convex polytope. For each cell E {\displaystyle E}, let dim ⁡ E {\displaystyle \dimE} be its dimension, and ∠ E {\displaystyle \angle E} be its internal solid angle, determined by cho ...

Semisimple representation

In mathematics, specifically in representation theory, a semisimple representation is a linear representation of a group or an algebra that is a direct sum of simple representations. It is an example of the general mathematical notion of semisimp ...

Modular forms modulo p

In mathematics, modular forms are particular complex analytic functions on the upper half-plane of interest in complex analysis and number theory. When reduced modulo a prime p, there is an analogous theory to the classical theory of complex modu ...

Chinese-issued U.S. dollar bonds

Chinese-issued U.S. dollars bonds are dollar-denominated bond issued by Chinese financial institutions and corporations. In 2017 this part of the bond market doubled to $214 billion as tighter domestic regulations and market conditions saw Chines ...

Boli

Boli may refer to: Boliyan, a style of music popular in Punjab Boli food, a golden yellow sweet pancake made with flour and ghee in South India Boli County 勃利县, Heilongjiang, China Boli ice pop, a Mexican type of ice pop frozen in a plastic ba ...

White slavery (disambiguation)

White slavery refers to enslavement of European Christians primarily in the Barbary Slave Trade. It may also refer to: Film and television: White Slave film, a 1985 Italian horror film White Slave Ship, a 1962 film La esclava blanca The White Sla ...

Pag

Pag, Croatia Pag island, an island in the Adriatic Sea, part of Croatia Pag town, the largest town on the island of Pag Pag, Iran disambiguation

Rosa Porto

Rosa Porto was a Cuban-born American baker and businesswoman, founder of Portos Bakery & Cafe chain of restaurants in Southern California.

Wagon wheel

Wagon Wheels, a brand of biscuits in the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia Wagon Wheel, Oxnard, California, a motel and restaurant now demolished on U.S. Route 101 Wagon Wheel Motel, Cafe and Station on U.S. Route 66 in Cuba, Missouri Wagon W ...

Celebration

Feast day of a saint, an annual religious celebration Celebration party, a social gathering in honor of a specific person, day, or event Eucharistic celebration, the Christian rite of holy communion Festival, an event celebrated by a community, c ...

Paul Cunningham

Paul Cunningham may refer to: Paul Cunningham journalist, environment correspondent for RTE News and Current Affairs, 2001– Paul R. Cunningham born 1949, Jamaican American surgeon and medical educator Paul Cunningham chef born 1969, English chef ...

Ali Sivandi

Ali Sivandi comes from various ethnic roots. His father is an Iranian immigrant who worked as an auto painter and his mother is an Arab Iraqi with additional roots in Kazakhstan and Russia and had worked as a head chef at a restaurant in Tivoli, ...

Scroll (disambiguation)

Scrollwork, ornament dominated by scrolls motifs, found in a variety of artistic media Scroll art, an element of ornament and graphic design featuring spirals and rolling incomplete circle motifs, often based on plants Hanging scroll, such a pain ...

Fie (disambiguation)

Fie or Fidje, a village in the municipality of Risor in Norway Cape Fie, a cape marking the southeast extremity of Bouvetoya in the South Atlantic Ocean

Tun

Tun unit, an antiquated measurement of liquid TUN product standard, Danish building materials numbering system TUN/TAP, a computer network device driver Tun Maya calendar

Angelique

Angelique film, a 2013 film adaptation directed by Ariel Zeitoun Angelique novel series, a book series by Anne and Serge Golon Angelique, a play by Lorena Gale Angelique, Marquise des Anges, a 1964 film adaptation

Baga

Kiri Baga born 1995, American figure skater Baga Chipz, stage name of Leo Loren, British drag queen Ena Baga 1906–2004, English pianist Baga king 3rd century BC, a king of ancient Mauretania

Jacobin (disambiguation)

Jacobin may refer to: The Jacobin Club, a political club during the French Revolution Jacobin pigeon, a breed of domestic pigeon Jacobin magazine, an American leftist political magazine. Dominican Order, the Catholic religious order known in Fran ...

Spunk

Spunk album, a 1977 bootleg album by the Sex Pistols Spunk play, a 1989 play by American playwright George C. Wolfe Spunk/This Is Crap, a 1996 album by the Sex Pistols Spunk!, a 1993 album by Swamp Zombies

Lady of the House

Lady of the House may refer to: Lady of the House, a Detroit, MI restaurant owned by Kate Williams chef Lady of the House 1978 film, a film featuring Zohra Lampert Bariwali The Lady of the House, a 2000 Bengali film Lady of the House, an autobiog ...

Balti

Balti may refer to: Balti, Latin for the Balts Balti Power Plant, one of two Narva Power Plants in Estonia Balti people, an ethnic group of Tibetan origin in Baltistan Balți Steppe, a grassland in northern Moldova Bianca Balti, an Italian model B ...

VIPS

VIPS may stand for: Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity, a group of current and former officials of the United States Intelligence Community Juri Vips, Estonian racing driver Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, a college loca ...

Immigrant Food

Immigrant Food is a" cause-casual” restaurant in Washington D.C. Located near the White House, the restaurant combines its food offerings with pro-immigrant activism. Immigrant Food serves fusion food from China, El Salvador, Ethiopia, and other ...

Makoto Watanabe

Makoto Watanabe may refer to: Makoto Watanabe artist, featured in Tokyoten Makoto Watanabe, pilot of Japan Airlines Flight 907, involved in the 2001 Japan Airlines mid-air incident Makoto Watanabe footballer 1980-, footballer Makoto Shin Watanabe ...

Kiwi onion dip

Kiwi onion dip is a type of dipping sauce eaten in New Zealand. Often referred to as kiwi dip or onion dip it consists of a packet of powdered onion soup stirred into a can of reduced cream with a small amount of vinegar or lemon juice, which is ...

Dye (disambiguation)

A dye is a colored substance that has an affinity to the substrate to which it is being applied. Dye or Dyes may also refer to: Dye surname, a surname Dyes Fork, a stream in Ohio, United States A misspelling of die, one of a set of dice, small th ...

Madeleine

Mary Magdalene, also called the Madeleine Madeleine name, also Madeline, a feminine given name Madeleine cake, a traditional sweet cake from France

Manger (disambiguation)

Albert Manger, an American weightlifter William Manger disambiguation, a list of several people named William Manger Itzik Manger, a Yiddish writer Rosi Manger, a Swiss curler Josef Manger, a German weightlifter James Manger, a former English cri ...

Selfish (Madison Beer song)

Selfish is a song recorded by American singer Madison Beer. It was released on February 14, 2020 as the second single from her upcoming debut studio album, Life Support. Beer co-wrote and produced the song with Leroy Clampitt, while other credite ...

Skoda

Skoda Transportation, Czech engineering company that manufactures rail vehicles, based in Plzen, Czech Republic Doosan Skoda Power, subsidiary of the Doosan Group, based in Plzen, Czech Republic Skoda Motorsport, the division of Skoda Auto respon ...

Fix

"Fix" Blackstreet song, 1997 song by Blackstreet "Fix", a song from industrial metal band Static-Xs 1999 album Wisconsin Death Trip "Fix" Chris Lane song, 2015 song by Chris Lane Fix album, 2015 album by Chris Lane

Horehound

Horehound or hoarhound is a common name applied to two related genera of flowering plants in the family Lamiaceae: Ballota Marrubium Specifically, it may refer to the following species: Horehound drops are a candy/cough medicine made from Marrubi ...