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Mediterranean Marine Science

Mediterranean Marine Science is a peer-reviewed open access scholarly journal publishing original research in the fields of Oceanography, Marine Biology, Fisheries, Marine Conservation, and Aquaculture in the Mediterranean and adjacent areas. It ...

RCM

The Royal Conservatory of Music Royal Canadian Mint Rassemblement des citoyens et des citoyennes de Montreal Citizens Movement, a former municipal political party in Montreal, Quebec

Barrens

Barrens may refer to: Pine Barrens New Jersey, a pine barren in the state of New Jersey List of pine barrens which includes some other locations called "Pine Barrens" or "Barrens" Pine barrens, a type of ecosystem found in the Northeastern United ...

Shan Raffel

Shan Raffel is an Australian firefighter serving as an operational station officer in Brisbane. After the death of two colleagues in 1994 and the serious injury of two others in 1996, he submitted a proposal for an intensive international study o ...

Playa

Dry lake, often called a playa in the southwestern United States Sink geography, also known as an alkali flat or sabkha, a desert basin with no outlet which periodically fills with water to form a temporary lake

Superpower (disambiguation)

Superpower is a state with the ability to influence events and project power on a worldwide scale. Superpower may also refer to: Superpower ability, extraordinary powers mostly possessed by fictional characters, commonly in American comic books T ...

Powerless

Powerless or powerlessness may refer to: lack of social power or influence lack of physical power or strength In media the term may refer to: "Powerless" Linkin Park song, a single by Linkin Park from the album Living Things "Powerless" Heroes, 2 ...

Disengagement

The term disengagement can refer to: Disengagement theory in gerontology Moral disengagement Apathy Israeli disengagement from Gaza Israeli disengagement plan disambiguation Disengagement military Religious disengagement Disengagement politics Di ...

Ability

Ability may refer to: Intelligence, logic, abstract thought, understanding, self-awareness, communication, learning, having emotional knowledge, retaining, planning, and problem solving Superpower ability, a popular culture term for a fictional s ...

Union Meetinghouse

Union Meetinghouse or Union Meeting House, or variations, may refer to: Mercer Union Meetinghouse, Mercer, Maine, listed on the NRHP in Somerset County Union Meeting House Burke, Vermont, listed on the NRHP in Caledonia County Old Union Meetingho ...

Ranveer Jamwal

Colonel Ranveer Singh Jamwal, is an officer of the Indian Army and the first Indian to climb the Seven Summits and Mount Everest three times. He is a veteran of more than 30 mountaineering expeditions across seven continents that include the Moun ...

Massachusetts House of Representatives 4th Bristol district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 4th Bristol district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Bristol County. Republican Steven Howitt of See ...

Tietkens expedition of 1889

The Tietkens expedition of 1889 was led by William Tietkens. It covered territory west of Alice Springs to the vicinity of the Western Australian border.

Yellowhead

In Canada Yellowhead Trail, Edmonton, Alberta Yellowhead Highway in Western Canada Yellowhead Lake, British Columbia Rural Municipality of Yellowhead, Manitoba Yellowhead Pass mountain pass and National Historic Site, Alberta and British Columbia ...

Victoria Island

Victoria Island may refer to: Victoria Island Canada, in the Arctic, the eighth largest island in the world Victoria Island California, United States Victoria Island, Lagos, in Nigeria Victoria Island Russia, named for British steam yacht Victori ...

Los Ayala

Los Ayala is a small beach town and fishing village located in the municipality of Compostela, in the Mexican state of Nayarit. It is one of the three towns that make the Jaltemba Bay, the other two being Rincon de Guayabitos and La Peñita de Jal ...

Ihenga

Īhenga was an early Māori explorer, according to Te Arawa folklore. He is credited with exploring and naming many towns and natural features throughout the North Island. He was the grandson of Tama-te-kapua, who was the captain of the Te Arawa ca ...

List of Finding Your Roots episodes

Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. is a documentary television series hosted by Henry Louis Gates Jr. that premiered on March 25, 2012 on PBS. It has aired six seasons.

Owyhee

Owyhee or Owhyhee is an older English spelling of Hawaii, used in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. It is found in the names of certain locations in the American part of the Pacific Northwest, which were explored and mapped by expeditions w ...

Natas

Natas may refer to: Natas comics, a DC Comics master martial artist NATAS, Donatas Skidzevicius owned company in Uppsala, Sweden Los Natas, an Argentine rock band Natas group, a Detroit hip hop group consisting of Esham, Mastamind and T-N-T Akkin ...

DAguilar

Francis dAguilar, British rugby union international player Baron Diego Pereira D Aguilar, Portuguese nobleman and Marrano. George Charles DAguilar, British Army officer and Lieutenant-governor of Hong Kong Martin dAguilar, Spanish explorer Joseph ...

Alexander von Humboldt (disambiguation)

MS Alexander von Humboldt 2005, a cruise ship operated by Phoenix Reisen 2005 - 2008 Alexander von Humboldt ship, a German tall ship Alexander von Humboldt dredging ship, a Belgian dredging vessel, an image of which can be viewed in the article o ...

Reflex (disambiguation)

ReFLEX, wireless paging protocol Reflex building design software, successor to Sonata Borland Reflex, database management Reflex, a programming language developed by Facebook

Chlorurus gibbus

Chlorurus gibbus, the heavybeak parrotfish, gibbus parrotfish or Red Sea steephead parrotfish, is a species of marine ray-finned fish, a parrotfish from the family Scaridae. It is found in the Red Sea.

Removal

Removal may refer to: Removal band Removal jurisdiction in the United States courts Deportation, the legal removal by a government of a foreign citizen from its territory Removal of a child from its parents and placement in foster care by a child ...

PCoA

PCOA or PCoA may refer to: Principal component analysis abbreviated usually as PCA, a related mathematical procedure of data conversion into linearly uncorrelated variables Posterior communicating artery, a pair of blood vessels in the circle of ...

Charles Francis Tyrwhitt-Drake

Charles Francis Tyrwhitt-Drake was explorer, naturalist, archaeologist, and linguist. He died during the PEF Survey of Palestine. He was the youngest son of Colonel W. Tyrwhitt Drake. He worked with the Palestine Exploration Fund in 1870 the East ...

Haast

Haast is a German family name. It may refer to: Haast Aerodrome, aerodrome adjacent Haast in New Zealand Bill Haast 1910–2011, founder of the Miami Serpentarium and pioneering snake venom collector Haasts eagle, extinct species of giant eagle ide ...

Rosanna

Rosanna may refer to: Rosanna river, a 42-kilometre-long river in Tyrol, Austria Rosanna shuffle, the drum pattern from the song Rosanna given name "Rosanna" song, a song by Toto Rosanna Transformers, a fictional character Rosanna, Victoria, a su ...

Chersky

Chersky, Cherskaya, or Cherskoye may refer to: Chersky Mountain, the highest peak of the Baikal Mountains Chersky, alternative name of the Northeast Science Station, an Arctic research station in Russia Chersky Urban Settlement, a municipal forma ...

Audrey Moores

Audrey Moores is an Associate Professor of Chemistry in Green Chemistry at McGill University, where she started her independent career in 2007.

Like a Virgin

"Like a Virgin" song, a 1984 song by Madonna, title track of the album Like a Virgin album, 1984 album by Madonna Like a Virgin, a 2003–05 split EP by These Arms Are Snakes and Harkonen "Like a Virgin", a song from the 1991 album, Act Like You Kn ...

Istoricheskie Zapiski

Istoricheskie Zapiski, also known as ИЗ, is an academic journal of history published by Progress Publishers in Moscow for the Russian Academy of Sciences and its predecessors since 1937. The journal specialises in medieval and modern Russian hist ...

Shirshov

Shirshov may refer to: People: Aleksandr Shirshov born 1972, Russian fencer Anatoly Illarionovich Shirshov 1921–1981, Soviet mathematician Nikolay Shirshov born 1974, Uzbekistani football midfielder Pyotr Shirshov 1905–1953, Russian Soviet oceano ...

Elbrus Together

Elbrus Together is a 2019 documentary adventure film directed and produced by Liza Rachenko. It stars an ensemble cast of Slava Mylhailov, Nadya Mykhailova, Alex Rachenko, Raisa Rachenko, Vladimir Rachenko. It is based on the real effort of the 9 ...

Summer Worden

Summer Worden is a former intelligence officer for the United States Air Force and Intelligence Community. She is the founder of a technology and security service company, Filly Intelligence LLC. Worden became the first person to file an accusati ...

ISAS

ISAS may refer to: Idaho Science and Aerospace Scholars, an Idaho based program focused on Aeronautics. Only for Idaho residents who are Juniors in High School. International School for Advanced Studies, a post-graduate teaching and research inst ...

Zeros (album)

Zeros is the upcoming second studio album by the English singer, songwriter, and musician Declan McKenna. It will be released on 21 August 2020 by Columbia Records. The album includes the singles "Beautiful Faces" and "The Key to Life on Earth".

Levitating (song)

Levitating is a song by English singer Dua Lipa from her second studio album Future Nostalgia, where it serves as the albums fifth track. It was written by Lipa, Clarence Coffee Jr., Sarah Hudson and Stephen Kozmeniuk, with the production being h ...

Prospector

Prospecting, exploring an area for natural resources such as minerals, oil, flora or fauna The Prospector, student newspaper at the University of Texas at El Paso Le Chercheur dor, a French novel by French J. M. G. Le Clezio and translated into E ...

John Connelly

John Connelly may refer to: John Connelly historian, American historian John E. Connelly 1926–2009, Pittsburgh casino and riverboat owner John Connelly baseball d. 2013, American college baseball coach John Connelly English footballer, English fo ...

Jack Davis

Jack Davis may refer to: Jack Davis prospector 1879–1949 Jack Davis Illinois politician 1935-2018 Jack Davis industrialist born 1933 Jack Davis, co-founder of Novell Jack Davis footballer 1908–1991, Australian rules footballer Jack E. Davis, auth ...

Tom Gilmore

Tom Gilmore may refer to: Tom Gilmore prospector, partner of Felix Pedro Tom Gilmore Jr. born 1946, member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, 1986–1998 Tom Gilmore ice hockey born 1948, ice hockey player for the Edmonton Oilers Tom Gilmore p ...

Ashite Ashiona

Ashite Ashiona is a 1967 comedic Bengali film directed by Sree Jayadrath. The film stars Bhanu Banerjee, Asit Baran, Rabi Ghosh, Ruma Guha Thakurta, Jahor Roy, Rabi Ghosh, Tarun Kumar Chatterjee in lead roles.

Mandani Parbat

Mandani Parbat is a mountain of the Garhwal Himalaya in Uttarakhand India.The elevation of Mandani Parbat is 6.193 metres and its prominence is 535 metres. It is joint 140th highest located entirely within the Uttrakhand. Nanda Devi, is the highe ...

Beverley Cochrane Cayley

Cayley was born on October 25, 1898 in Grand Forks, BC. He was the only child of Canadian politician and County Court judge Hugh S. Cayley and Leonora Adelaide Cochrane. He attended the University of British Columbia and graduated from the Arts f ...

Kalanka

Kalanka is a mountain of Garhwal Himalaya in Uttarakhand India. Kalanka standing majestically at 6931 meter 22740 feet. Its the 20th highest located entirely within the uttrakhand India. Nanda Devi, is the highest mountain in this category. Kalan ...

Bhagirathi Parbat I

Bhagirathi Parbat I is a mountain in Uttarakhand India, Its highest peak in the Bhagirathi Massif.Its the 62nd highest located entirely within the India. Nanda Devi, is the highest mountain in this category. Bhagirathi Parbat I is 393rd highest p ...

Manchu (disambiguation)

The Manchu people are a Tungusic people who originated in Manchuria. Manchu or Manchoo may also refer to: Manchukuo or Manchu State, a puppet state of the Empire of Japan from 1932–1945 Manchu language, a Tungusic language spoken in Heilongjiang, ...

Expeditie Robinson 2008

Expeditie Robinson 2008 is the tenth season of the RTL5 and 2BE reality television series Expeditie Robinson. The show premiered on August 31, 2008. The main twist this season was that it is a back-to-basics season. This was the last season to be ...