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Who Dat B

Who Dat B is a single recorded by American-South Korean singer and rapper Jessi. It was released on September 23, 2019. The single was her first release since "Down" in 2018, as well as her first release since moving to Psys P Nation label.

HDH

HDH could refer to: Herrera-Davis-Holland, one of the most dominant bullpen trios in baseball history. Hawker de Havilland, an Australian aircraft manufacturer Histidinol dehydrogenase Hipster Daddy-O and the Handgrenades, an American band Hi-de- ...

49th Munich Security Conference

The 49th Munich Security Conference was held from the 1 to 3 February 2013. More than 400 senior politicians and business executives, as well as high-ranking military officials and security experts from 90 countries attended the event. This inclu ...

THT

THT may refer to: Tantramar Heritage Trust The Handmaid’s Tale Tetrahydrothiophene The History Teacher, a quarterly academic journal Terrence Higgins Trust, a British HIV/AIDS charity The Hustler Team GQNT THT, ICAO code for Tamchakett Airport in ...

Ion Voda

John Caradja, Prince of Wallachia in 1812–1818 John Mavrocordatos, Prince of Moldavia in 1716–1719 Ioan II Mavrocordat, Prince of Moldavia in 1743–1744 John III the Terrible, Prince of Moldavia in 1572–1574 Ioan Teodor Callimachi, Prince of Molda ...

Gokarna

Gokarna, Bangladesh, a village in Chittagong Division, Bangladesh Gokarnamatam, a village in Andhra Pradesh, India Gokarneshwar, a municipality in Kathmandu District in central Nepal Gokarna, West Bengal, a village in West Bengal, India Trincomal ...

Owa

Owa or OWA may refer to: Owa, a variant of Oba, a Nigeria title for a ruler, used among the Ijesha Owa language, a language of the Solomon Islands Ōwa, an era in Japanese history Owa dance, a traditional dance of Tripura, India Owa Obokun Adimula ...

Jhelum (disambiguation)

Jhelum is a city in Pakistan on the banks of the Jhelum River. Jhelum or Jehlum may also refer to: Jhelum Valley, Pakistan, a valley in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan Jhelum District, an administrative division in Punjab, Pakistan surrounding the city of ...

BNHS

BNHS may refer to: Belfast Natural History Society, Northern Ireland Birmingham Natural History Society, England Bombay Natural History Society, India

ASOG

Asog, Coqên County, Tibet Autonomous Region, Peoples Republic of China; a village Mount Asog, Camarines Sur, Bicol Region, Luzon, Philippines; a volcano

Commercial National Security Algorithm Suite

The Commercial National Security Algorithm Suite is a set of cryptographic algorithms promulgated by the National Security Agency as a replacement for NSA Suite B Cryptography algorithms. It serves as the cryptographic base to protect US National ...

Torda

Torda may refer to: Localities in Romania Tordai-hasadek, a Hungarian name for Cheile Turzii, a natural reserve near Turda Torda, a Hungarian name for Turda, a city and municipality in Cluj County Localities in Serbia Torda Zitiste, a village nea ...

Palace Hotel

Palace Hotel, San Francisco, California Palace Hotel Residential Tower Palace Hotel Cripple Creek, Colorado, a location in an episode of Haunted History Palace Hotel Gallup, New Mexico, listed on the NRHP in McKinley County, New Mexico Lotte New ...

Abu Musa (disambiguation)

Abumusa County, a county in Hormozgan Province in Iran Abumusa City, The capital city of Abumusa County, Hormozgan Province, Iran Abu Musa Airport, Iran

Cradle of Humankind (disambiguation)

Cradle of Humankind is an archeological site in South Africa. The Cradle of Humankind or, alternatively Cradle of Humanity, Cradle of Mankind or Cradle of Man may also refer to: For prehistoric life, please see Stone Age or Prehistoric man Histor ...

Center of the universe

History of the center of the Universe, a discussion of the historical view that the Universe has a center Geocentric model, the astronomical model which places Earth at the orbital center of all celestial bodies Heliocentrism, the astronomical mo ...

Jinshi (disambiguation)

Jinshi was the highest degree offered by the ancient Chinese Imperial Examination. Jinshi can also refer to: Jinshi Lake 金獅湖, a lake in Sanmin District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan History of Jin or Jin Shi, a 14th-century history book on the Jurchen Ji ...

Bannockburn (disambiguation)

For the famous 14th century battle in Scottish history see Battle of Bannockburn. There are several places called Bannockburn. All are probably named after the original village of Bannockburn near Stirling, Scotland, and were created by settlers ...

NPU

NPU may mean: National Power Unity Na Piobairi Uilleann Nineveh Plain Protection Units an Assyrian regional militia in Iraq Neighborhood Planning Unit Neural Processing Unit

Palace of Independence

Palace of Independence or Independence Palace may refer to: Independence Palace Vietnamese: Dinh Doc Lap aka Reunification Palace Vietnamese: Dinh Thống Nhất and successor of the Norodom Palace Vietnamese: Dinh Norodom; located in Ho Chi Minh Cit ...

Newport Bridge

Newport Bridge may refer to: Newport City footbridge, a pedestrian/cycle footbridge over the River Usk in the city of Newport, South Wales Newport City Bridge, a road bridge over the River Usk in the city of Newport, South Wales Saigon Bridge, fo ...

Rarytkin Range

The Rarytkin Range is a range of mountains in Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, Russian Far East. Administratively the range is part of Anadyr District.

Ardley Cutting and Quarry

Ardley Cutting and Quarry is a 40.1-hectare biological and geological Site of Special Scientific Interest north-west of Bicester in Oxfordshire. It is a Geological Conservation Review site and an area of 11 hectares is managed by the Berkshire, B ...

Earth crust displacement

Earth crustal displacement or Earth crust displacement may refer to: Supercontinent cycle, the quasi-periodic aggregation and dispersal of Earths continental crust. Fault geology, fracture in Earths crust where one side moves with respect to the ...

Abundance

Abundance programming language, a Forth-like computer programming language Abundance of elements in Earths crust Abundance of the chemical elements, a measure of how common elements are Abundance ecology, the relative representation of a species ...

Hikurangi (disambiguation)

Hikurangi may refer to: Hikurangi, a settlement in Northland, New Zealand Hikurangi Plateau, an oceanic plateau off the East Coast of the North Island of New Zealand Hikurangi River, a river in Northland, New Zealand Hikurangi Trench, an ocean tr ...

Atacama (disambiguation)

Atacama Region, first-order administrative division of Chile Atacama Province, Chile, former province of Chile Atacama Province, Bolivia, former province of Bolivia Atacama Department, former department of Bolivia, now in Chile

I, Anna Komnene

I, Anna Komnene is a novel by Bulgarian historian Vera Mutafchieva, a specialist in Ottoman studies and the daughter of historian Petar Mutafchiev. The novel is a fictionalized biography of Anna Komnene, the Byzantine princess, scholar, physician ...

Danckerts

Danckert is a Dutch surname. Notable people with the surname include: Cornelis Danckerts de Ry 1561-1634, Dutch Golden Age architect and sculptor Justus Danckerts 1635-1701, Dutch engraver and print publishher Dancker Danckerts 1634-1666, Dutch e ...

David Harper

David Harper may refer to: David Harper antiques expert born 1967, British TV antiques expert and writer Dave Harper American football born 1966, American football linebacker in the National Football League Dave Harper footballer 1938–2013, Engli ...

Wishy-washy

Wishy-washy or Wishy Washy may refer to: "Wishy-washy", a 2nd season episode of Lilo & Stitch: The Series - see List of Lilo & Stitch: The Series episodes "Wishy Washy", a track from the 2014 mixtape Rich Nigga Timeline by American hip hop group ...

Bibliographical Society (disambiguation)

The Bibliographical Society of London deals with the study of the book and its history in the United Kingdom. Bibliographical Society may also refer to: Bibliographical Society of America Oxford Bibliographical Society, co-founded by Strickland G ...

Grand bargain

Grand bargain or Grand Bargain may refer to: Grand bargain, a 2003 term for the proposed normalisation of U.S Iran relations; See Nicholas Kristof Grand Bargain!, a 2018 album by Poster Children Grand Bargain, a set of 51" commitments” to reform ...

Mathilde Esch

The daughter of German architect and local superintendent of construction Josef Esch 1784–1854, Esch grew up in Brno, at the time part of Austria-Hungary. She became a student of several recognized painters of the era, such as Ferdinand Georg Wal ...

Eusebio Grados

In June 2017, he was diagnosed with bone marrow cancer. He also had kidney failure. Due to complications of his illness, he died on May 16, 2020 at the age of sixty-six due to cardiac arrest at the Guillermo Almenara Irigoyen Hospital in Lima.

Fields

Caulfield Grammarians Football Club, also known as The Fields The Fields Institute, an international centre for research in mathematical sciences at the University of Toronto FIELDS, spacecraft instrument on the Parker Solar Probe Fields Medal fo ...

Samant

Samant may refer to: Titles: Samanta, a title used in ancient and medieval India Samant Doti, a title of the feudal kings from Doti region in present-day Nepal People with the surname Samant: Vinayak Samant, Indian cricketer Vaishali Samant, Indi ...

Tijmen Pronk

Tijmen Pronk is a Dutch comparative linguist. Pronk studied Slavic languages and literature and Comparative Indo-European linguistics at Leiden University, where he also passed his viva in 2009 with a dissertation "The Slovene dialect of Potschac ...

Raymond Renard

Raymond Renard was a Belgian writer and linguist who earned a doctorate in philosophy from the Universite libre de Bruxelles in 1954.

Decimator

Decimator may refer to: Decimator Star Wars, a fictional weapon in the game Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds Decimator signal processing, a component that reduces a digital signals sampling-rate Decimator G.I. Joe, a fictional character in the G ...

Takelma–Kalapuyan languages

The Takelma–Kalapuyan languages are a proposed small language family that comprises the Kalapuyan languages and Takelma, which were formerly spoken in the Willamette Valley and the Rogue Valley in Oregon.

Interlingua (disambiguation)

Interlingua is an auxiliary language developed by the International Auxiliary Language Association. Interlingua may also refer to: A language-neutral representation of semantic and grammatical concepts; see Interlingual machine translation. A gen ...

Municipal Auditorium

Alabama Mobile Civic Center, previously known as the Municipal Auditorium Boutwell Memorial Auditorium, previously known as the Municipal Auditorium, in Birmingham Arkansas Crossett Municipal Auditorium California Riverside Municipal Auditorium C ...

Union High School

Union High School may refer to: Union High School Graaff-Reinet, Eastern Cape, South Africa in the United States: Union High School Dugger, Dugger, Indiana Union High School North Carolina, Delway, North Carolina Union High School Oregon, Union, ...

CCHS

Clay-Chalkville High School, Clay, Alabama Concord-Carlisle High School, Concord, Massachusetts Colquitt County High School, Georgia Cross Creek High School, Augusta, Georgia Coal City High School, Illinois Copper Canyon High School, Glendale, Ar ...

Serialization (disambiguation)

Serialization, in computer science, is the process of saving an object so that it can be re-created. Serialization is also another, perhaps more correct name for thread or process synchronization. Serialization or serialisation may also refer to: ...

Hay (disambiguation)

Hay-on-Wye, on the English-Welsh border Hay Island Connecticut, United States Hay Township, Michigan, United States Hay Island Queensland, Australia -Hay place name element, common in England Hay River Western Australia Hay, Iran, a village in Za ...

Canto della Verbena

Canto della Verbena ", officially E mentre Siena dorme and also known simply as la Verbena ", is a traditional song from the city of Siena, Italy. Its common title and lyrics refer to the verbena plant, which, according to local folklore, grew wi ...

Nhanhagardi language

The Nhanhagardi language, also written Nana karti, Nanakarti, Nanakarri, Nanakari, and Nanakati, and also known as Wilunyu, Wiri, Minangu, Barimaia and Jaburu, is an Aboriginal Australian language of the Champion Bay area of Western Australia. No ...

North Caucasus (disambiguation)

North Caucasus or North Caucasian may refer to: Current entities North-Caucasus Federal University, with campuses in Stavropol and Pyatigorsk North Caucasian peoples North Caucasus Railway, a broad gauge Russian railway network that links the Sea ...