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Power pack

Powerpack rocket engine, the set of valves and turbopumps that provide the proper fuel/oxidizer mix to the injectors and combustion chamber in a liquid chemical rocket engine A series of batteries or battery cells also called a battery pack Power ...

Babu

Babu name, list of people with this name DJ Babu born 1974, Filipino-American DJ and member of Dilated Peoples Babu wrestling, ring name of Pablo Marquez, Ecuadorian wrestler Babù born 1980, Anderson Rodney de Oliveira, Brazilian footballer

Orange People

Orange People may refer to: La Gente Naranja Spanish: The Orange People, a Florida-based Ecuadorian Rock en Espanol music band Orange People film 2013, originally titled Anashim Ketumim, a film by Israeli director Hanna Azoulay Hasfari Orange Peo ...

RBG

RBG may refer to: Transport ICAO designator for Air Arabia Egypt, an Egyptian airline Regental Bahnbetriebs-GmbH, German railway company IATA identifier code for Roseburg Regional Airport, Oregon, United States Technology Rubber band gun, a toy g ...

IRL

Industrial Research Limited, New Zealand Institute for Research on Learning, Palo Alto, California, US, 1986–2000 Institut Ramon Llull, promoting Catalan language and culture International Rugby League, the governing body for the sport of rugby l ...

MRP

Manufacturing resource planning MRP II Material requirements planning Marginal revenue product, in the marginal revenue productivity theory of wages Maximum retail price Market Risk Premium, in Risk premium

Yaak

Yaak may refer to: People: Yaak Karsunke born 1934, German author and actor Yaak Uudmae born 1954, retired Estonian triple jumper and long jumper, 1980 Olympic gold medallist Locations: Yaak River, tributary of the Kootenay River in Montana, USA ...

Rinne

Rinne may refer to: People Kris Rinne, technology person and retired Senior VP of network technology at AT&T Labs Fanny Rinne b. 1980, field hockey midfielder from Germany Paul Rinne b. 1889–1946, Estonian chess player Heinrich Adolf Rinne, G ...

Measure of a Man

The Measure of a Man, a sociopolitical and economic book by Martin Luther King Jr. The Measure of a Man: A Spiritual Autobiography, a 2000 autobiographical work by Sidney Poitier

Veera

Veera 2018 film, a Tamil film directed by Rajaraman Veera 2013 film, a Kannada film directed by Ayyappa. P. Sharma starring Malashri Veera 1994 film, a Tamil film directed by Suresh Krissna starring Rajnikanth Veera TV series, Indian TV series la ...

Meet

All-comers track meet, usually small local track and field competitions Meet, a competitive event in track and field athletics Train meet, a railroad term referring to the event of the meeting of two trains Google Meet, a video communication serv ...

Sisu (disambiguation)

Starship Sisu, in the book Citizen of the Galaxy by Robert A. Heinlein Sisu production, a Canadian media and film production company Sisu band, an American indie rock band Sisu, a dragon character in Raya and the Last Dragon

Ursa

Ursa Major, the Great Bear constellation URSA Extracts United States of America, a California cannabis concentrate company HMS Ursa, the name of two ships of the Royal Navy Ursa spider, a spider genus in the family Araneidae Ursa Minor, the Small ...

SMO

SQL Server Management Objects for Microsoft SQL Server Social media optimization Sequential minimal optimization, an algorithm for training support vector machines Solar Monitoring Observatory, on the International Space Station

AMV

AMV is a three-letter initialism with multiple meanings, as described below: Media Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO, a British advertising agency AMV TV station, an Australian television station AMV TV program, an Australian television series AMV video f ...

Maria Dolores

Maria Dolores del Rio born 1960, Mexican politician Maria Dolores de Cospedal born 1965, Spanish politician Maria Dolores Pradera 1924–2018, Spanish singer and actress Maria Dolores Dueñas Navarro born 1971, Spanish actress Maria Dolores Rodrigue ...

Filler

Filler materials, particles added to a matrix material, usually to improve its properties Filler packaging, a machine designed to fill packaging, usually occurs in food packaging Grain filler, a product that is used to achieve a smooth-textured w ...

E15

E15, E-15, E.15 or E 15 may refer to: HMS E15, a World War I-era United Kingdom Royal Navy submarine E 15: 10 15, see Peta- E15 fuel E15 software, a scriptable OpenGL interface to web content Butterworth–Kulim Expressway, route E15 in Malaysia Mo ...

GPM

GPM may refer to: Gross profit margin, a calculation of revenue and cost of products General Purpose Macrogenerator, an early macro processor Grand Prix Masters, an auto racing series for retired Formula One drivers Graham Patrick Martin, America ...

Shōnen (disambiguation)

Shōnen, shonen, or shounen is the Japanese word for "boy". It is often used in English to refer to shōnen manga, Japanese comics aimed at a young teen male target-demographic. It may also refer to:

PDB

PDB may refer to: Chess Problem Database Server PDB Server Pousette-Dart Band Promised Day Brigade, an Iraqi Shia organisation 1.4-Dichlorobenzene paradichlorobenzene Protein Data Bank file format PDB Palm OS, a container format for record databa ...

Seamus Noonan

Seamus Noonan is an Irish lawyer who currently serves as a Judge of the Court of Appeal. He practised as a barrister prior to serving as a Judge of the High Court between 2014 and 2019.

Grassa (restaurant)

Grassa was established by chef Rick Gencarelli. Eater Portland s Brooke Jackson-Glidden has described Grassa as "a casual, kid-friendly pasta shop with turntables playing old records and bowls of noodles named for kids". The original Grassa somet ...

Monteith

Andrew Monteith 1823–1896, Canadian businessman and politician Alexander C. Monteith 1902–1979, senior vice-president of the Westinghouse Electric Corporation Alex Monteith born 1977, new media artist John C. Monteith 1853–1940, Canadian politici ...

Master and servant

Master and servant or masters and servants describes a hierarchical relationship between an employer and a worker. It may also refer to: Master and Servant Act 1889, repeal some UK laws and regulations Master and Servant 1979, novel by Kenyan wri ...

Centaur (disambiguation)

The Centaurs 1921 film, an animation by Winsor McCay Centaur 2016 film, a 2016 Kyrgyzstani film USS Centaur, a fictional spaceship from the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "A Time to Stand"

Secret Wars (disambiguation)

Secret War, a term used in some sources to describe American clandestine involvement in the Laotian Civil War 1959–1975, which was in part a theater of the larger Vietnam War.

Madina (disambiguation)

Madina, an alternate transliteration of Medina, Saudi Arabia Madina Colony New Karachi Town, Union Council U.C. # 7 of New Karachi Town, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan Madina Colony Orangi Town, Union Council U.C. # 5 of Orangi Town, Karachi, Sindh, Pa ...

Arka

Arka may refer to: One of a pair of Andean panpipes siku Arka Sıradakiler, Turkish teen drama series on "Fox Turkey" RC Arka Gdynia, Polish rugby union club based in Gdynia, Poland Arka Gdynia, Polish football club, based in Gdynia, Poland Arka M ...

Corridor

Corridor short story collection, a short story collection by Alfian Saat, published in 1999 The Corridor opera, a 2009 chamber opera composed by Harrison Birtwistle Corridor comics, the first Indian graphic novel, written by Sarnath Banerjee Corr ...

Where the Heart Is

Where the Heart Is may refer to: In film: Where the Heart Is, a 1998 film directed by Robert Guediguian Where the Heart Is 1990 film, a film starring Dabney Coleman and Uma Thurman Where the Heart Is 2000 film, a film starring Ashley Judd and Nat ...

PMB

PMB can stand for: Private mailbox, a mail delivery designation for addresses associated with a commercial mail receiving agency Paramethoxybenzyl ether, a protecting group for hydroxyls in multi-step organic synthesis see Benzyl Paleomammalian b ...

PMW (disambiguation)

PMW frequently refers to the Polish Navy. PMW may also refer to: "PMW All I Really Need", a 2013 song by ASAP Rocky Posted Memory Writes Passive microwave sensor PMW sensor Palmas Airport, Brazil; IATA airport code PMW Philips Music Writer, a mus ...

Nubia (disambiguation)

Nubia could mean: Nubia, one of the four main characters in the Roman Mysteries series SS Nubia disambiguation, several ships were named this or similar Nubian sandstone, a geologic formation in the eastern Sahara, north-east Africa and Arabia Nu ...

Bauer

Bauer Elementary, a school in Miamisburg, Ohio Bauer College of Business, the business school of the University of Houston Bauers Lexicon, a dictionary of Biblical Greek Bauer Hall, a residence hall at Cornell University

HMG

Government of Canada Government of New Zealand Government of the United Kingdom Her Majestys Government term, a Commonwealth states executive Government of Gibraltar Hyundai Motor Group, South Korean car manufacturer Holland Media Groep, Dutch TV ...

Twin Sisters

Twin Sisters Peaks, Colorado Twin Sisters, a pair of cannon that were used in the 1836 Battle of San Jacinto, Texas Twin Sisters Mountain, two peaks adjacent to Mount Baker in Whatcom County, Washington Twin Sisters Basalt, near Wallula Gap, Wash ...

Party lists in the 2020 New Zealand general election

The 2020 New Zealand general election is scheduled to be held on Saturday, 19 September 2020, to determine the membership of the 53rd New Zealand Parliament. Parliament has 120 seats, and 72 will be filled by electorate MPs, with the remaining 48 ...

2005 PGA Tour of Australasia

The 2005 PGA Tour of Australasia was a series of mens professional golf events played mainly in Australia and New Zealand. The main tournaments on the PGA Tour of Australasia are played in the southern summer so they are split between the first a ...

Legit

Legit is a slang abbreviation of legitimate. It may also refer to: Legit professional wrestling Too Legit for the Pit: Hardcore Takes the Rap, an album of cover versions of hiphop songs B-Legit born 1971, American rapper Legit 2013 TV series, cre ...

PHC

Patrick Henry College, a college in Purcellville, Virginia, United States Candidate of Philosophy Candidatus/Candidata Philosophiae, an academic degree

Uke

Uke Rugova Sıtkı Uke 1876–1941, officer of the Ottoman Army and the general of the Turkish Army Uke Clanton 1898–1960, Major League Baseball first baseman who played for one season. Nicknamed "Cat", he played for the Cleveland Indians for one gam ...

Heraclea

Eraclea, Italy Irakleia disambiguation, various places in Greece Ereğli disambiguation, various places in Turkey

Mnet

M-Net, a South African subscription-funded television channel M-Net Series, a channel on the South African satellite television network, DStv M-net German ISP, a German internet service provider. Mnet Media, a South Korean entertainment company u ...

Richard Rogers (disambiguation)

Richard Rogers is a British architect. Richard Rogers may also refer to: Richard Rogers theologian 1550–1618, English nonconformist clergyman Richard Rogers sound engineer, American sound engineer Richard A. Rogers born 1965, media-studies writer ...

Bennett

Bennett Park New York, a public park in New York City Bennett Place in North Carolina, American Civil War site Bennett Township disambiguation, multiple places Bennett Creek disambiguation Bennett Valley AVA, California wine region in Sonoma Coun ...

Kili

Kili may refer to the following: People Kili Lefotu born 1983, American football player Justin Kili c. 1953 -2015, Papua New Guinean media personality, journalist, activist, and pioneer Aissa Kili Nguirmamaramama, female ruler of the Bornu Empire ...

SSD (disambiguation)

Sum of squared differences, also called "squared deviations from the mean" Schwartz sequential dropping, a method used in decision theory

Cui

Cui-ui, a fish endemic to Pyramid Lake in northwestern Nevada CopperI iodide CuI, a chemical compound Cui or cuy, a Peruvian term for the guinea pig, when used as food cui, cubic inch: a unit of measurement for volume. Cui character or Kiwi, a ch ...

MVL

MVL may refer to: Miami Valley League, Ohio, United States Marvel Entertainment; New York Stock Exchange symbol MVL Mountain Valley League Media Volume Licensing Multi Voice Log Melville Corporation; former New York Stock Exchange symbol MVL Malv ...