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Hoengseong Fire Station

Hoengseong Fire Station is a fire station under the Gangwon-do Fire Service Headquarters in Hoengseong-gun County, Gangwon Province, South Korea. It is a public institution that prevents, guards or suppresses fires, and protects the lives, proper ...

Airport (disambiguation)

Airport MARTA station, a rail station in Atlanta, Georgia, United States Airport UTA station, a Transit Authority station in Utah, United States Airport Delhi Metro, on the Delhi Airport Express Line of the Delhi Metro Airport MBTA station, a rai ...

Battlefield Detectives

Battlefield Detectives is a forensic documentary television series that aired on the History Channel from 2003 to 2006. The series explores famous battles focusing on the battlefield itself, and tell its story based on recent scientific research. ...

Jerry Slijngard

Jerry Slijngard is a Surinamese soldier and official. Jerry Slijngard has the rank of colonel. In 2003 he was appointed to head the National Coordination Centre for Emergency Management. In 2013 he was appointed to head the newly created Coast Guard.

Par Bengtsson

Bengtsson began playing for his local team, Halmstads BK, who had just been promoted to the Allsvenskan, the highest level of football in Sweden. Although World War II was going on at the time, Sweden was neutral, though playing sports in wartime ...

Human Error

Human error is the primary cause or contributing factor in disasters and accidents. Human Error may also refer to: "Human Error", an episode of Transformers: Animated Human Error novel, a 1985 novel by Paul Preuss Human Error musician born 1982, ...

NCSIST Cardinal

In 2019 NCSIST exhibited the Fire Cardinal for the first time at the Taipei Aerospace & Defense Technology Exhibition. It was referred to by NCSIST as a" air-to-ground assault” UAV, what is more commonly known as a loitering munition. The Fire Ca ...

MGM Grand

MGM Grand may refer to: Hotels and casinos: MGM Grand Garden Arena MGM Grand Las Vegas, the current MGM Grand in Las Vegas MGM Grand Adventures Theme Park Ballys Las Vegas, a property previously named the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino from 1973 to 1 ...

SS Prins Hendrik (1874)

SS Prinses Hendrik was built for Stoomvaart Maatschappij Nederland SMN by John Elder & Co. of Govan on the River Clyde. The order for the ship was caused by the disaster of a previous SS Prins Hendrik which sunk in the Red Sea on 27 September 187 ...

Avondale

Avondale, Maryland, an unincorporated area in Prince Georges County Avondale, McDowell County, West Virginia Avondale Birmingham, a neighborhood of Birmingham, Alabama Avondale, Stark County, Ohio, an unincorporated community near Canton Avondale ...

The Oratory Preparatory School

The Oratory Preparatory School is a Catholic day and boarding school for some 400 boys and girls from three to thirteen, founded in 1925. The school remains quite separate from its parent school, and is co-educational, unlike the Oratory School, ...

1994 Davis Cup World Group Qualifying Round

The 1994 Davis Cup World Group Qualifying Round was held from 23 to 25 September. They were the main play-offs of the 1994 Davis Cup. The winners of the playoffs advanced to the 1995 Davis Cup World Group, and the losers were relegated to their r ...

Nathalie Fuchs

Nathalie Fuchs is a French former professional tennis player. A right-handed player from Paris, Fuchs competed on the professional tour in the 1970s. She was the winner of the 1974 Spanish Championships and played 11 ties for the France Federatio ...

2020 German Darts Grand Prix

The 2020 European Darts Open is a planned PDC European Tour event on the 2020 PDC Pro Tour. The tournament will take place at Zenith, Munich, Germany. It will feature a field of 48 players and £140.000 in prize money, with £25.000 going to the wi ...

1977 World Cup (mens golf)

The 1977 World Cup took place December 8–11 at the Wack Golf and Country Club in Manila, Philippines. It was the 25th World Cup event. The tournament was a 72-hole stroke play team event with 50 teams. The Mexico team of Ernesto Perez Acosta and ...

Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020

Italy originally planned to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. The winner of the "Campioni" section of the Sanremo Festival, Diodato with "Fai rumore", would represent Italy at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, which was planned to ...

Donald Watt

Donald Cameron Watt, professor at London School of Economics, winner of the Wolfson History Prize D. E. R. Watt 1926–2004, Scottish historian, professor of Medieval History at St Andrews University

Kensington (disambiguation)

New Kensington, Pennsylvania Kensington, Maryland Kensington, California San Francisco Bay Area Kensington, Connecticut Kensington, Minnesota Kensington, San Diego, California Kensington, Michigan Kensington, New York Long Island Kensington, Kans ...

Iron Mountain

Iron Mountains, the realm of Morgoth in J. R. R. Tolkiens legendarium

Emblem of Jharkhand

In January 2020, the new Chief Minister of Jharkhand, Hemant Soren announced that a new state emblem is to be adopted in the near future. He stated that the new emblem should represent the culture, tradition, history and future of the state and i ...

Muldoon (disambiguation)

Muldoon Canyon Formation, Idaho, USA Muldoon, Anchorage, Alaska, USA; a major neighborhood in Anchorage Muldoon Park, Anchorage, Alaska, USA; a park Muldoon, Texas, USA Muldoon Park, Pelham, New Hampshire, USA; a town park

Shed (disambiguation)

A shed is a simple, single-story, non-residential structure. Locomotive shed, a storage shed for locomotives Shed, The Shed, or Shedding may also refer to: British Rail Class 66 Shed physics, a unit of cross-section Shed musician, techno music pr ...

The Bell

The Bell novel, a 1958 novel by Iris Murdoch "The Bell", a poem by Ralph Waldo Emerson Die Glocke magazine, a German socialist journal edited by Max Beer from 1919 to 1921 The Bell magazine, an Irish literary magazine published in 1940–1954 Kolok ...

Queen of Drags

Queen of Drags is a German drag competition television series, featuring 10 talented drag queens from Germany, Austria and Switzerland, series began airing on November 14, 2019. Ten drag queens moved to a luxurious villa, lived together for sever ...

Nerve (band)

From the 90s, Jojo Mayer participated actively in party events called "Prohibited Beatz" which was a platform for experimental interaction with DJs and many kind of artists.

The Diary of Diana B.

The Diary of Diana B. is a 2019 biographical film directed by Dana Budisavljevic. The film tells the story of the aid operation of humanitarian Diana Budisavljevic for the rescue of more than 10.000 - mainly Orthodox Christian Serbs - children fr ...

Hervey Bay (Queensland)

Hervey Bay was logged by Lieutenant James Cook on 21 May 1770 on his exploration of the eastern Australian coast in the HM Bark Endeavour. He named it Herveys Bay after his return to England, after Admiral Augustus John Hervey who was Lord of the ...

RISC (disambiguation)

MIPS RISC/os, UNIX-like operating system distributed by MIPS Computer Systems RISC-V, an open-source hardware instruction set architecture ISA based on established reduced instruction set computer RISC principles. Risc PC, Acorn computer launched ...

2000 (disambiguation)

2000 was a year. 2000 may also refer to: Rail 2000 a postal code in Antwerp, Belgium Year 2000 problem Windows 2000, operating system X 2000, high-speed trains in Sweden Quasar 2000, a Czech hang glider design 2000, the postcode of Sydney central ...

SFX

Special effects usually visual, illusions used in film, television, and entertainment SFX Entertainment, American promoter SFX Science Fiction Expo, convention in Toronto, Canada S F X album 1984, a 1984 album by Haruomi Hosono SFX magazine, a Br ...

Keepers of the Waters

Keepers of the Waters is a nonprofit organisation that focuses on water activism. It was founded by Betsy Damon, an artist and environmental activist, in 1991 with the assistance of the Hubert Humphrey Institute. The organization encourages "art, ...

Eva Mottet

Mottet was born in the French department Haute Savoie. She was the daughter of cyclist Charly Mottet, one of the best French road cyclists of his era. Mottet studied" Sciences et Technologies des Activites Physique et Sportives” STAPS and earned ...

The Mission

The Mission 1986 film directed by Roland Joffe The Mission play, 1980 German play Der Auftrag by former East German playwright Heiner Muller The Mission 1999 film, a.k.a. Cheung fo, directed and produced by Johnnie To The Mission 1983 film direct ...

Khasf al-Bayda

Khasf al-Bayda, or "Al-Khasf bil-Bayda" is an event that "the Earth will swallow the land where is a desert between Mecca and Medina; and according to traditions: the army of Sufyani will be collapsed in the land of al-Bayda. Khasf al-Bayda, has ...

Irish National Seismic Network

The Irish National Seismic Network is a network of six permanent seismic sensors in the Republic of Ireland run by Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies and Geological Survey Ireland. Despite Ireland being one of the seismically quietest places on ...

Hapua

Hapua is the Māori term for river-mouth lagoons on mixed sand and gravel beaches which form at the river-coast interface where a typically braided, although sometimes meandering, river interacts with a coastal environment that is significantly af ...

Karapiro

Karapiro or Karāpiro is a settlement and rural area in the Waipa District and Waikato region of New Zealands North Island. It includes both the artificially created Lake Karapiro and the accompanying Karapiro Power Station. Karapiro is located ju ...

HC

Hemianthus callitrichoides, a freshwater aquatic plant native to Cuba + h.c., a notation used in mathematics and quantum physics Felix HC, a series of Romanian personal microcomputers produced by ICE Felix Bucharest and which were ZX Spectrum clones

Hindsight (disambiguation)

"Hindsight", an episode of the ninth season of ER Hindsight 2008 film, an American thriller film "Hindsight", an episode of the sixteenth season of Law & Order Hindsight 2011 film, a South Korean romance film Hindsight TV series, a 2015 VH1 serie ...

Plaza Rueda

Plaza Rueda is a public square in Ermita, Manila, bounded by Taft Avenue to the west, United Nations Avenue to the north and General Luna Street to the east. Originally a low, swampy ground, the plaza was established by the Municipal Board of Man ...

Cylon

Cylon 1978, the race of robots in the original series and its spin-offs Cylon reimagining, cyborgs in the re-imagined series Cylon Battlestar Galactica, a cybernetic civilization in the Battlestar Galactica universe

Blue Bells Public School

Blue Bells Public School is a co-educational English medium school located in Sector 10 Gurgaon. Haryana, India, serving students from class Nursery to XII.

Jean-Louis Roy (director)

From an early age, Roy frequented the cinemas of Plainpalais in Geneva. At the age of 12, he arranged film screenings with other children in his neighborhood. At the age of 16, Roy was hired by Rene Schenker to work at Television Genevoise, which ...

Strelets Arab

The Strelets Arab or Strelets Horse is an extinct Ukrainian breed of light cavalry horse. It was bred in the nineteenth century at the Striletsky State Stud in Luhansk Oblast of Ukraine, from Arab and a variety of other stock. As with other Russi ...

ECSC

ECSC may stand for: Expedia CruiseShipCenters East Coast Surfing Championships, one of the United States Surfing Federation’s major amateur events European Cyber Security Challenge, is a ctf competition at European level Eastern Colleges Science ...

Desert rat

Desert Rat or desert rat or its plural may refer to: The Desert Rats, nickname for the British 7th Armoured Division, later applied to the British Eighth Army of which the division was a part Natal multimammate mouse Mastomys natalensis from Afri ...

William Masters (rugby union)

Masters was capped three times by Scotland from 1879 to 1880. He scored a try in the match against Ireland on 14 February 1880.

Trial and error (disambiguation)

"Trial and Error", a song from Absolute Design by Engel "Trial and Error", a song from White Darkness by Nightingale Trial & Error Records, an Australian record label Trial & Error album, an album by the rapper Classified Trial and Error album, a ...

On Trial

On Trial may refer to: On Trial TV series, an Australian television series On Trial 1917 film, an American silent film directed by James Young The Joseph Cotten Show, an American television series that was originally named On Trial On Trial play, ...

Shahbazpur Gas Field

Shahbazpur Gas Field is a natural gas field located in Bhola District of Bangladesh. It is controlled by Bangladesh Petroleum Exploration and Production Company Limited.