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Banshee (disambiguation)

Banshee comics, a superhero in Marvel Comics Banshee film, a 2006 TV movie by Kari Skogland Banshees, large flightless blind carnivorous birds in Marion Zimmer Bradleys Darkover series "Banshee" short story, a 1984 autobiographical short story by ...

Old Church of Siggiewi

The Old Church of Siggiewi is a ruined Roman Catholic parish church in Siggiewi, Malta, which was dedicated to Saint Nicholas. It was constructed in the 15th century after the village became a parish, and it was enlarged and embellished a number ...

Alice M. Ditson Fund

The Alice M. Ditson Fund, founded in 1940, supports contemporary American music. Significant ongoing awards include the Ditson Conductors Award. In its early years, the fund supported notable 20th-century musicians such as Bela Bartok, Benjamin B ...

Operation Matador

Operation Matador may refer to: Operation Matador Iraq or Battle of Al Qaim, a 2005 Iraq operation Operation Matador 1941, a proposed plan to counter any Imperial Japanese perceived threat to British Malaya Operation Matador 1945, a Burma campaig ...

Chen Wei (food scientist)

Chen was born in May 1966. He earned a bachelors degree in 1988, a masters degree in 1995, and a doctors degree in 2003, all from Jiangnan University. After graduation, he taught at the university, where he was promoted to associate professor in ...

Mendel

Mendel name, includes a list of people with the name Gregor Mendel 1822–84, the "father of modern genetics" Yiddish diminuative of Hebrew name Menahem or Menachem Mendel Hungarian family, a prominent Hungarian family that flourished in the 15th c ...

Coridon

Coridon may refer to: One of the title characters in the Broadside ballad "Coridon and Parthenia" Coridon company, a biotechnology company founded by Australian scientist Ian Frazer A character in the Italian literary fairy tale The Pig King A ch ...

Asilomar

Asilomar can refer to a number of things: Asilomar Conference on Beneficial AI, held at the Asilomar Conference Grounds in January 2017 Asilomar International Conference on Climate Intervention Technologies, a conference on the regulation of clim ...

Bacteroides caccae

Bacteroides caccae is a saccharolytic gram-negative bacterium from the genus Bacteroides. They are obligate anaerobes first isolated from human feces in the 1980s. Prior to their discovery, they were known as the 3452A DNA homology group. The typ ...

Elizabeth Hall

Elizabeth Hall may refer to: Elizabeth Hall, a historic building on the campus of Stetson University in DeLand, Florida Elizabeth Hall New Blaine, Arkansas, a historical building in New Blaine, Arkansas Elizabeth Barnard 1608–1670, nee Elizabeth ...

IDEC

IDEC may refer to: International Diabetes Experts Conclave, an annual diabetes and conference held in Pune. IDEC Corporation, a manufacturer of Automation and Control products IDEC - 90ft trimaran built as 75ft Poulain in 1985 and designed by VPL ...

Wetware

Wetware may refer to: Wetware, a 2000 album by The Cassandra Complex band Wetware brain, a term drawn from the computer-related idea of hardware or software, but applied to biological life forms Wetware computer, a computer or computational syste ...

Renu Swarup

Renu Swarup holds the position of Secretary at Department of Biotechnology under Ministry of Science and Technology with Government of India. Additionally, she also holds the charge of Chairperson, Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Counc ...

Abraxis

Abraxis may refer to: Abraxis, a fictional spacecraft, the primary setting for the animated film Dead Space: Aftermath Abraxis, an extra-dimensional being from the 1991–92 DC Comics storyline "Armageddon Inferno" Abraxis, a psy-trance trio formed ...

Walter Powell

Walter Powell may refer to: Walter E. Powell born 1931, American politician Walt Powell born 1991, American football player Walter David Taylor Powell 1831-1906, Native Police officer Walter Rice Howell Powell 1819–1889, British Member of Parliam ...

Laura Lechuga

Laura M. Lechuga Gomez is a Spanish microbiologist who is a biosensor researcher and professor. She leads the Networking Biomedical Research Center and the Division of Nanobiosensors and Bioanalysis at the Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nan ...

Renee Gittins

Renee Gittins is the Executive Director of the International Game Developers Association from July 2019, succeeding Jennifer MacLean. She also serves as Creative Director at her indie game studio, Stumbling Cat, which is developing the game Potio ...

WD Repeat and Coiled Coil Containing Protein

WD Repeat and Coiled-coiled containing protein is a protein which in humans is encoded by the WDCP gene. The function of the protein is not completely understood, but WDCP has been identified in a fusion protein with anaplastic lymphoma kinase fo ...

Mihail Sokolov

Mihail Eduardovich Sokolov is a Russian scientist, Surgeon, Professor, Dr.Sc., Deputy director of the Institute for Mathematical Studies of Complex Systems of Moscow State University, Adviser to the rector of Moscow State University.

CD1b

T-cell surface glycoprotein CD1b is a protein that in humans is encoded by the CD1B gene. CD1b belongs to group 1 of CD1 family of transmembrane glycoproteins. CD1 molecules are expressed on the surface of numerous different human antigen present ...

Otoconin

Otoconin is a structural glycoprotein found in the otoconial membrane of vertebrates. It is the major protein component of the otoconia. In mice the protein is called otoconin-90, and is coded by the Ocn-95 gene. In humans the ortholog is called ...

OR10A2

Olfactory receptors interact with odorant molecules in the nose, to initiate a neuronal response that triggers the perception of a smell. The olfactory receptor proteins are members of a large family of G-protein-coupled receptors GPCR arising fr ...

166th Infantry Division (Wehrmacht)

The 166th Infantry Division was an infantry division of the German Heer during World War II. The unit, at times designated Commander of Reserve Troops 2 of Wehrkreis VI, 166th Division, Division No. 166, and 166th Reserve Division, was active bet ...

Vestibule

Vestibule or Vestibulum can have the following meanings, each primarily based upon a common origin, from early 17th century French, derived from Latin vestibulum, -i n. "entrance court".

Hay Lodge Hospital

Hay Lodge Hospital is a health facility at Neidpath Road in Peebles, Scotland. It is managed by NHS Borders. Hay Lodge is a Category B listed building.

Cityfight: Modern Combat in the Urban Environment

Cityfight: Modern Combat in the Urban Environment is a two-player wargame that depicts combat in an urban environment post-World War II. Published before the Fall of the Berlin Wall, the game posits that the Cold War has gone hot, and Russia has ...

DigitaOS

DigitaOS was a short lived digital camera operating system created by Flashpoint Technology and used on various Kodak, Pentax, and HP cameras in the late 1990s. DigitaOS debuted with the Kodak DC220 on 20 May 1998, and was released on a total of ...

Richard Kingsford (ecologist)

Richard Kingsford is an environmental/biological expert and river ecologist. Much of his work has been undertaken with the Murray-Darling Basin wetlands and rivers covering approximately 70 percent of the Australian continent. He is the director ...

Verzasca, Switzerland

Verzasca is a proposed municipality in the district of Locarno in the canton of Ticino in Switzerland. The new municipality will be created on 5 April 2021 by the merger of Corippo, Vogorno, the village of Lavertezzo Valle which constitutes the m ...

Cheung Sha Wan Community Establishment Power

Cheung Sha Wan Community Establishment Power is a local political group based in Cheung Sha Wan of Sham Shui Po District founded in 2015. Inspired by the Umbrella Revolution, the group contested in the 2015 District Council election but failed to ...

New Zealand Infrastructure Commission

The New Zealand Infrastructure Commission is an autonomous Crown entity. It has primary functions of long-term strategy and planning for infrastructure, as well as procurement and delivery advice and support for major projects.

Visprint

Visprint, Inc., Inc. is a Philippine publishing company engaged in the publication of local literature such as novels, comics and graphic novels. Notable works published under Visprint include Bob Ongs ABNKKBSNPLAko?!, Carlo Vergaras Zsazsa Zatur ...

French Revolution (disambiguation)

The original French Revolution of 1789–1799 has sometimes been termed the "Great French Revolution" to distinguish it from subsequent historic events in France. Other uses of the term "French Revolution" may refer to: The French Revolution of 184 ...

Paranoia Mandatory Bonus Fun! Card Game

Paranoia Mandatory Bonus Fun! Card Game is a game in which the object is to be the highest-ranking Troubleshooter when any player loses their sixth clone.

Giovanni Chronicles II: Blood & Fire

Giovanni Chronicles II: Blood & Fire is an adventure set in the year 1666 in which the player characters become embroiled in the schemes of the Giovanni.

Neethane Enthan Ponvasantham

Neethane Enthan Ponvasantham is a 2020 Indian Tamil-language soap opera. The series aired on Zee Tamil on 24 February 2020. The series is a remake of the Marathi television series, Tula Pahate Re.

The Dropout (podcast)

The Dropout is an American podcast hosted by Rebecca Jarvis that follows the story of Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos. It was produced by ABC news, Taylor Dunn, Victoria Thompson, and Ashley Louszko. Following the podcast, a two-hour 20/20 episode ...

Shearson (disambiguation)

Shearson Lehman/American Express, 1984-1988, formed through the acquisition of Lehman Brothers Kuhn Loeb Smith Barney Shearson, 1993-1994, formed through the acquisition of Shearson by Primerica in 1993 and merger with its Smith Barney unit, prio ...

Radar angels

Radar angels are an effect seen on radar displays when there is a periodic structure in the view of the radar that is roughly the same length as the signals wavelength. The angel appears to be a physically huge object on the display, often miles ...

Metric

Metric mathematics, an abstraction of the notion of distance in a metric space Metric tensor, in differential geometry, the distance structure on a manifold

Intensity

Peak ground acceleration, a measure of earthquake acceleration g or m/s 2 Mercalli intensity scale, a measure of earthquake impact Japan Meteorological Agency seismic intensity scale, a measure of earthquake impact

HZ

Hz is the International Standard symbol for hertz, a unit of frequency. HZ may also stand for: Haze, in meteorology, METAR code HZ SAT Airlines IATA airline designator Croatian Railways Hrvatske zeljeznice, HZ Hazard, a situation that poses a lev ...

Erica (disambiguation)

Erica is a plant genus. Erica or ERICA may also refer to: Embryo Ranking Intelligent Classification Algorithm, an AI tool for embryologists Experiment on Rapidly Intensifying Cyclones over the Atlantic, a meteorological system ERICA Erica spider, ...

Rohini

Rohini Hattangadi born 1955, an Indian actress Rohini Buddhas disciple, female disciple Rohini actress born 1969, in Malayalam and Tamil films, 1980s and 1990s Rohini Devi, is the first consort of Vasudeva in Hindu mythology Rohini Krishnas wife, ...

Insa Thiele-Eich

Insa Thiele-Eich is a German Meteorologist and Astronaut candidate, selected by the German non-government Die Astronautin project in April 2017. She was one of two women selected to be the first German woman in space, the end goal of the Die Astr ...

Storm Warning

Storm Warning Higgins novel, a 1976 novel by Jack Higgins Stormwarning, by Monica Hughes, 2000 Storm Warning Lackey novel, 1994 novel by Mercedes Lackey Storm Warning The 39 Clues, a 2010 novel by Linda Sue Park

Hugh, Northern Territory

Hugh is a locality in the Northern Territory of Australia located about 1.328 kilometres south of the territory capital of Darwin. The locality consists of the following land from north to south – the Owen Springs, the Orange Creek and the Maryva ...

Mount Zeil, Northern Territory

Mount Zeil is a locality in the Northern Territory of Australia located about 1.248 kilometres south of the territory capital of Darwin. The locality consists of the following land: The north-west part of the West MacDonnell National Park in the ...

Burt Plain, Northern Territory

Burt Plain is a locality in the Northern Territory of Australia located about 1.249 kilometres south of the territory capital of Darwin. The locality consists of the following land from west to east, then north to south: part of the West MacDonne ...

Buchanan, Northern Territory

Buchanan is a locality in the Northern Territory of Australia located in the territorys west adjoining the border with the state of Western Australia about 612 kilometres south of the territory capital of Darwin and about 473 kilometres south-wes ...