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LVM

LVM can stand for: Latent variable model, a statistical model Ludwig von Mises Institute, a libertarian academic organisation Las Vegas Monorail, a rail transport system in Las Vegas Logical volume management, a method of transparently storing co ...

Britomart

Britomart may refer to: LNWR Experiment Class 4-6-0 No. 2645 Britomart Fort Britomart, a fortification of the British Army during early colonial days, located on the headland Britomartis, or Britomart, a nymph of Greek mythology and a character f ...

Boadicea (disambiguation)

Boadicea is a common misnomer of Boudicca, a leader of the British Iceni tribe, who led an uprising against the Roman Empire. The name may also refer to: HMS Boadicea, various ships of the Royal Navy Boadicea 1928 film, British historical film Bo ...

Northeast Maglev

Northeast Maglev or The Northeast Maglev, LLC, is a private U.S. company proposing a Superconducting Maglev train system in the Northeastern United States. Using technology developed by the Central Japan Railway Company, the Northeast Maglev woul ...

AQUIND Interconnector

The cable will run between the Lovedean substation in Hampshire in England to the Barnabos substation in the Normandy region of France. Landfall is proposed at Eastney in Portsmouth UK, and Le Havre France. The route is 242km long, with 187km und ...

NeuConnect

The cable with run between the Greystones substation on the Isle of Grain, in Kent in England to the Conneforde substation in Wilhelmshaven in the Lower Saxony region of Germany. Landfall will be next to Grain Coastal Park, in Kent, and at Fedder ...

Ikot Akpatek

Ikot Akpartek is a village in Akwa Ibom State in Nigeria. A coastal location it has been proposed as a location to build a Panamax port. In the past it has been at the center of controversies as the village council has tried to take over some of ...

National Cyber Force

National Cyber Force is a UK national cyber force currently being set up, dedicated to offensive action to combat security threats, hostile states, terror groups, extremism, hackers, disinformation and election interference. The specialist unit i ...

Heart of Gold

Hearts of Gold, a BBC television series presented by Esther Rantzen Neil Young: Heart of Gold, a 2006 documentary and concert film by Jonathan Demme Heart of Gold 1941 film, a Spanish comedy directed by Ignacio F. Iquino A Heart of Gold, a 1915 A ...

Hector Grey

Hector Grey was born Alexander Thomson Scott in Bowling, Dumbarton, Scotland on 14 January 1904. He was one of the 13 children of John Scott. Grey attended elementary school until he was 15 years old, becoming a cabin boy on a tramp steamer on ro ...

London to New York Air Route

The London to New York Air Route is an air route between London, UK, and New York, USA. These two cities are connected by a heavily utilised 2.999 nm air route which has been historically important to transatlantic aviation and is today served by ...

North face

North face or Northface or The North Face may refer to: North Face film, 2008 German historical fiction film Northface horse, a Canadian Thoroughbred North face Eiger, in the Bernese Alps in Switzerland Northface University, in Utah, US The North ...

1999 National Soccer League Grand Final

The 1999 National Soccer League Grand Final was held on 30 May 1999 between South Melbourne and Sydney United at Olympic Park Stadium. South Melbourne gained home advantage as although Sydney United finished higher in the regular season, South Me ...

American Duchess

American Duchess is a river cruise paddlewheeler owned and operated by American Queen Steamboat Company. It is the third addition to the AQSC fleet and is advertised as being the most luxurious option of the lines vessels. The riverboats itinerar ...

R2 Marine Dr

The R2 Marine Dr is an express bus service with bus rapid transit elements in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Part of TransLinks RapidBus network, it travels along Marine Drive, 3rd Street, and Main Street in North Vancouver and connec ...

S8

Expressway S8 Poland S8, a line in the Brussels Regional Express Network S8 Rhine-Ruhr S-Bahn in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany S8 Berlin, a S-Bahn line in Berlin, Germany S8 ZVV, a S-Bahn line in the cantons of Zurich and Zug in Switzerland Sho ...

N16

N16 or N-16 may be: N16 Long Island bus 16 N also known as N-16, a radioactive isotope of nitrogen N16, a postcode district in the N postcode area London Buses route N16 Nissan Almera Roads Nebraska Highway 16, a state highway in the U.S. state o ...

N21

N21 or N-21 may be: N21, a postcode district in the N postcode area Network TwentyOne, a company providing training to Amway/Quixtar distributors Roads N21 road South Africa, also known as Peninsula Expressway, Cape Town N21 road Luxembourg N21 r ...

S55

Sukhoi S-55, a light fighter aircraft proposed by Sukhoi Savoia-Marchetti S.55, an Italian flying boat Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw, also known as the S-55, an American helicopter

Awarua

Awarua Plains, a large area of wetland in Southland, New Zealand Awarua, Northland, a community near Tautoro, New Zealand Awarua Point, a landform in West Coast, New Zealand

Radar (disambiguation)

Research on Adverse Drug Events and Reports abbreviated RADAR, a pharmacological organization The Royal Association for Disability Rights abbreviated RADAR

Orc (disambiguation)

Orc Warcraft Orc Warhammer Orsimer or orcs, in the computer games The Elder Scrolls Orc Middle-earth, in the work of J.R.R. Tolkien lOrco, a sea monster in the poem Orlando Furioso

Plaza Cervantes

Plaza Cervantes is a public square in Binondo, Manila, bounded by Quintin Paredes Street to the east and Juan Luna Street to the west, near the Estero de Binondo. Dedicated to Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes, it is one of three main plazas in ...

Minisat 01

The Minisat 01 was a satellite developed in Spain as means to kickstart its space program. The project started in 1990 and was funded by the both Inter-Ministerial Committee of Space Science and Technology and the Instituto Nacional de Tecnica Ae ...

Wireless (disambiguation)

Wireless refers to the transfer of information signals without using wires. The term may also refer to: signals without using wires. The term may also refer to:

Fujifilm X-T200

The Fujifilm X-T200 is a mid-range mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera announced on January 22, 2020. The X-T200 is the successor to the Fujifilm X-T100, but most features of the X-A7 are carried over to the X-T200. The camera is capable of re ...

People mover (disambiguation)

A people mover is an automated guideway transit system. People mover or People Mover may also refer to: Detroit People Mover, Michigan, United States Niagara Parks Commission People Mover, Ontario, Canada Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMove ...

Cable car

Cable car most commonly refers to the following cable transportation systems: Gondola lift Aerial lift, such as aerial tramways and gondola lifts, in which the vehicle is suspended in the air from a cable Cable transport Cable railway, in which t ...

Beard (disambiguation)

Beard, Australian Capital Territory Beard Peak, Marie Byrd Land, Antarctica Beard, a village and commune in the Nievre departement of France Beard Building, the first skyscraper in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Fundamental

Fundamental may refer to: Any of a number of fundamental theorems identified in mathematics, such as Fundamentalism, the belief in, and usually the strict adherence to, the simple or "fundamental" ideas based on faith in a system of thought. Fund ...

Bottom-up

Bottom-up may refer to: Bottom-up processing, in Pattern recognition psychology Bottom-up integration testing, in software testing Bottom-up analysis, a fundamental analysis technique in accounting and finance Bottom-up tree automaton, in data st ...

Discriminant (disambiguation)

The discriminant of a polynomial is a quantity that depends on the coefficients and determines various properties of the roots. Discriminant may also refer to its various generalizations:

DF-space

In the field of Functional Analysis, a locally convex Topological Vector Space X is a DF-space if if every strongly bounded countable union of equicontinuous subsets of X ′ {\displaystyle X^{\prime }} is equicontinuous, and X possesses a fundamen ...

Refund

Refund may refer to: Refunding - when a debt holders calls back bonds with the express purpose of reissuing new debt. Money back guarantee - a guarantee that, if a buyer is not satisfied with a product or service, a refund will be made. Tax refun ...

Miss Juneteenth

Miss Juneteenth is an American drama film written and directed by Channing Godfrey Peoples and starring Nicole Beharie, Kendrick Sampson, and Alexis Chikaeze. The plot follows a single mom and former teen beauty queen who enters her daughter into ...

ERD

ERD may refer to: Erdington railway station, in England Enfants Riches Deprimes, a fashion brand Erd, a city in Hungary Evolutionary rapid development Berdyansk Airport, in Ukraine Emergency repair disk Emergency Reserve Decoration, a British mil ...

DBM

Database Manager DBM, a component of 1987s Extended Edition v1.0 release of IBMs OS/2 operating system dBm, a unit for power measurement Difference bound matrix, a data structure used in a field of computer science Dibenzoylmethane, an aromatic d ...

IPN

Instituto Politecnico Nacional "National Polytechnic Institute", Mexican university International Policy Network 1971-2011, former British "think tank" Index of Place Names in Great Britain Independent Practitioners Network association for practi ...

SPV

SPV can refer to the following: Spinal trigeminal nucleus SpV Simple Payment Verification, a method of Bitcoin payment verification without running a full network node Spectrum Pursuit Vehicle, a fictional pursuit and attack vehicle Irish Section ...

Celia Evans

She made her senior international debut in 2012. She received her debut Womens Hockey World Cup call during the 2014 Womens Hockey World Cup, where South Africa finished at ninth position. She was also part of the national team which emerged as r ...

Singapore–Trinidad and Tobago relations

Singapore-Trinidad and Tobago relations are bilateral relations between Singapore and Trinidad and Tobago. Trinidad and Tobago has a High Commission in New Delhi which deals with all diplomatic relations with Singapore Both Singapore and Trinidad ...

Kristen Fraser

Fraser made her professional debut on 31 March 2017, scoring a six-round points decision PTS victory Lana Cooper at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Aberdeen, Scotland. After compiling a record of 5–0 1 KO, she faced Ellen Simwaka for the inaugu ...

ITEC

ITEC is an acronym or abbreviation with several meanings: Into the Electric Castle, an album by progressive metal musical project Ayreon International Turbine Engine Corporation, a joint venture company between Honeywell and Aerospace Industrial ...

Kananaskis, Alberta

Kananaskis, Alberta may refer to: Kananaskis Lakes, consisting of Lower Kananaskis Lake and Upper Kananaskis Lake Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, sometimes referred to as Kananaskis Provincial Park Kananaskis Village, Alberta, an unincorporated c ...

Gleneagles

Gleneagles may refer to: The 31st G8 summit held in July 2005 at Gleneagles Hotel, Scotland Gleneagles Agreement, signed and held at the Gleneagles Hotel Gleneagles Hotel, Auchterarder, Scotland Gleneagles Scotland Gleneagles, a neighbourhood in ...

Washington Declaration

Various documents are known as the Washington Declaration: 1994, a declaration that paved the way for the Israel–Jordan Treaty of Peace 2007, a non-binding agreement relating to climate change: see G8+5 2008, G-20 Washington summit, agreement amo ...

Wilhelm Wiesberg

Born in Vienna, Wiesberg acted in childrens comedies at the Vienna Theater in der Josefstadt and was an employee of the magazines Figaro, Kikeriki, Zeitgeist and Der Floh. After he lost his job, he became a folk singer. Wiesberg wrote 72 Posse mi ...

WASP-26

WASP-26 is an old star close to leaving the main sequence and is part of a wide binary. The binarys projected separation is 3800 astronomical units, its companion star being a red dwarf with an effective temperature of 4600K and a visual magnitud ...

Futures of Education

Futures of Education is a global initiative led by UNESCO, aiming to rethink and shape the future of education. The project was launched in 2019 to mobilize collective intelligence, generate debate and reimagine how education can contribute to th ...

Zhongshan (disambiguation)

Zhongshan is a prefecture-level city in Guangdong province, Peoples Republic of China. Zhongshan may also refer to: Sun Yat-sen University, in Guangzhou, Guangdong Zhongshan suit, a type of clothing Sun Yat-sen 1866–1925 or Sun Zhongshan 孫中山, ...