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ISAC

ISAC may refer to: internet Speech Audio Codec as "iSAC", a wideband speech codec, developed by Global IP Solutions GIPS Immune stimulating antibody conjugate, a monoclonal antibody Information Sharing and Analysis Center, a non-profit organizati ...

Pachomius (disambiguation)

Hieromonk Pahomije, 16th century Serbian printer Pachomius the Serb Пахомий Серб, also known as Pachomius Logothete, fifteenth century hagiographer in the employ of the Russian Orthodox Church Patriarch Pachomius II of Constantinople, reigned 158 ...

George Sutherland (disambiguation)

George Sutherland was an English-born U.S. jurist and political figure. George Sutherland may also refer to: George Sutherland athlete 1903–1951, Canadian athlete George Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, 5th Duke of Sutherland 1888–1963, son of the 4th D ...

Martin Smith

Martin Seymour-Smith 1928–1998, British poet, literary critic, biographer and astrologer Martin Cruz Smith born 1942, American writer Martin Smith drummer 1946–1997, British drummer for Gentle Giant and Simon Dupree and the Big Sound Martin Smith ...

James Bennett

Jim Bennett Utah politician, candidate in the 2017 United States House of Representatives elections Jim Bennett politician, Newfoundland and Labrador MHA James R. Bennett 1940–2016, Alabama secretary of state, Alabama State Senator James Bennett ...

Helen Brown

Helen Brown may refer to: Helen Brown Shaw c. 1879–1964, Scottish politician Helen Hayes nee Brown, 1900–1993, American actress Helen McElhone, nee Brown 1933–2013, Scottish politician Helen Evans Brown 1904–1964, food writer and cookbook author ...

Abay

Abay District, Karagandy Province, Kazakhstan Abay town, the provinces administrative center Gish Abay, a town in west-central Ethiopia Abay, Aktobe, a village in the Aktobe Province of western Kazakhstan Abay Chomen, an administrative division i ...

Sea change

Sea change, seachange or The Sea Change may refer to: Sea change idiom, an idiom for broad transformation, drawn from a phrase in Shakespeares The Tempest

Woman to Woman

Woman to Woman 1947 film, a British film starring Adele Dixon and Douglass Montgomery Woman to Woman 1929 film, a British film directed by Victor Saville Woman to Woman 1923 film, a British film written by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Betty Comp ...

Seerpadar

Seerpadar is a Tamil caste found in the coastal regions of Eastern Province in Sri Lanka. They are traditionally involved in agriculture. They are chiefly found in the Veeramunai, Mandur, Thuraineelavanai, Kalmunai, Kurumanveli, Kanchikudicharu, ...

Poincare and the Three-Body Problem

Poincare and the Three-Body Problem is a monograph in the history of mathematics on the work of Henri Poincare on the three-body problem in celestial mechanics. It was written by June Barrow-Green, as a revision of her 1993 doctoral dissertation, ...

Pierre Balthasar de Muralt

Pierre Balthasar de Muralt was a Swiss typographer and publisher. He was responsible for developing Editions Rencontre into one of the largest francophone book clubs in the world. He was a descendant of the Sulzer family who founded Sulzer Ltd. i ...

DTB

DAISY Digital Talking Book, a standard format for publishing e-books hearable and browsable by blind people Hard copy also known as a "Dead Tree Book", a book printed on paper as opposed to an e-book Darker than Black, an anime television series

LPR

LPR may refer to: Laryngopharyngeal reflux, a form of acid reflux Liga Prawicy Rzeczypospolitej League of the Right of the Republic, a Polish political alliance Light pollution reduction Lawful permanent resident Line Printer Daemon protocol RFC1 ...

Brut

Brut y Tywysogion Chronicle of the Princes, a Welsh mediaeval chronicle Brut y Brenhinedd Chronicle of the Kings, a Welsh mediaeval chronicle The Prose Brut, or Brut Chronicle, a chronicle of England in Anglo-Norman, Latin, and English, whose ear ...

David Bishop

David Bishop may refer to: David Bishop gymnast born 1990, New Zealand artistic gymnast David Bishop writer born 1966, New Zealand novelist, playwright and comics writer. David Bishop runner born 1987, British Scottish international middle-distan ...

Joseph Edwards

Joseph or Joe Edwards may refer to: Joe Edwards painter 1933–2000, Scottish painter Joe F. Edwards Jr. born 1958, American astronaut Joe Edwards footballer, born 1907 1907–1997, English footballer Joseph Edwards Jr. 1737–1783, American silversmit ...

Tsunami (disambiguation)

A tsunami is an unusually powerful series of water waves, a prominent recent example being: 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami Tsunami may also refer to:

Grog (disambiguation)

Grog is an alcoholic beverage. Grog may also refer to the following: Operation Grog, a British Second World War operation Grog Marvel Comics, a fictional character in Marvel Comics Grog clay, a type of ceramic Grog, a character in the B.C. comic ...

David Pugh

David Pugh may refer to: David Pugh Conservative politician born 1980, local politician on the Isle of Wight David Pugh footballer, born 1947 born 1947, Welsh professional footballer David Pugh 1789–1861, Conservative MP for Montgomery Boroughs 1 ...

Etymology of Wales

The English words "Wales" and "Welsh" derive from the same Old English root singular Wealh, plural Wēalas, a descendant of Proto-Germanic *Walhaz, which was itself derived from the name of the Gaulish people known to the Romans as Volcae and whic ...

Minot (disambiguation)

United States Minot, Maine, a town in Androscoggin County Minot, Mississippi, a locality in Sunflower County Minot, Massachusetts, a locality in Plymouth County Minots Ledge, a reef off the harbor of Cohasset, Massachusetts France Minot, Cote-dOr ...

Consistory

Consistory is the anglicized form of the consistorium, a council of the closest advisors of the Roman emperors. It can also refer to: Consistory Protestantism, a distinct governmental and ecclesiastical office in Europe The Spiritual Consistory, ...

Kubitschek Residence Museum

The Kubitschek Residence Museum is a museum house located on the shore of Lake Pampulha in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil. The building served as the weekend residence of Juscelino Kubitshek, prefect of Belo Horizonte at the time.

The Cabin Movie

The Cabin Movie is a Canadian comedy-drama film, directed by Dylan Akio Smith and released in 2005. The film centres on a group of friends who try to reignite their lackluster sex lives by renting a cabin in the woods to have an orgy and record i ...

CMA Code of Ethics and Professionalism

The CMA Code of Ethics and Professionalism is a document produced by the Canadian Medical Association. The Code articulates the ethical and professional commitments and responsibilities of the medical profession in Canada.

Charida

Charida is a village in the Baghmundi CD block in the Jhalda subdivision of the Purulia district in the state of West Bengal, India.

Suisa

Suisa is a village in the Tunturi-Suisa panchayat in the Baghmundi CD block in the Jhalda subdivision of the Purulia district in the state of West Bengal, India.

Iron Triangle

Iron Triangle Korea, a Korean War term referring to an area in Korea bounded by Chorwon, Kumhwa, and Pyonggang The Iron Triangle, a name given to the iron-producing region of South Australia, bounded by the towns of Port Augusta, Port Pirie and W ...

T24 (newspaper)

T24 was launched on 1 September 2009. Initial staff of T24 were consisting of former Tempo24 employees. On 29 December 2012, T24 started their YouTube channel and uploaded their first video on 12 April 2013. In 2013, author and columnist Hasan Ce ...

BDI

Belief–desire–intention model, a cognitive model developed by Michael Bratman Beck Depression Inventory, a psychometric test for measuring the severity of depression Belief–desire–intention software model, a methodology and framework for programm ...

Lelia

Lelia or Lelia may refer to: People Lelia Doolan born 1941, Irish television and theatre producer Lelia Gonzalez 1935–94, Brazilian intellectual, politician, professor and anthropologist Lelia N. Morris 1862–1929, American hymnwriter Lelia Abramo ...

Alberto Asseff

Alberto Emilio Asseff is an Argentinian lawyer and politician. He served as National Deputy between 2011 and 2015, representing Buenos Aires province by the alliance between his party Partido Nacionalista Constitucional UNIR and Compromiso Federa ...

Advance

Advance may refer to: Advance against royalties, a payment to be offset against future royalty payments Advance, an offensive push in sports, games, thoughts, military combat, or sexual or romantic pursuits Advance payment for goods or services

BRL (disambiguation)

BRL may refer to: Brisbane Rugby League, the predecessor to the Queensland Cup rugby league competition in Queensland, Australia Braille the method of reading and writing system that can be read without sight Bristol Robotics Laboratory, a UK rob ...

Outlook

Outlook.com, a web consumer version of Microsoft Outlook Outlook on the web, a web business version of Microsoft Outlook Microsoft Outlook, an e-mail and personal information management software product from Microsoft Outlook Express, an e-mail a ...

Miroslav Skoro Homeland Movement

Miroslav Skoro Homeland Movement is a Croatian right-wing political party founded by former MP and presidential candidate Miroslav Skoro on 29 February 2020.

Public affairs

Public affairs may refer to: Public relations as a profession, especially within the U.S. federal government Public affairs broadcasting, radio or television programs that focus on matters of politics and public policy Public affairs military, of ...

Abdelsalam Elkhadrawy

Abdelsalam Elkhadrawy is an Egyptian Government Official And Member of the Egyptian Parliament and Deputy of the Energy and Environment Committee of the Egyptian Parliament.

Seta (disambiguation)

Seta organization, a Finnish LGBTI rights organization Sōjirō Seta, a character in Rurouni Kenshin media SETA, a Turkish-language abbreviation for Foundation for Political, Economic and Social Research, a Turkish think tank SETA Corporation, a Ja ...

Tribune (disambiguation)

La Tribune disambiguation, a list of French-language newspapers The Tribune disambiguation, a list of newspapers Tribune magazine, left-wing weekly magazine published in London, England Tribune, official newspaper of the Communist Party of Austra ...

DVP

DVP may refer to: Several other parties named German Peoples Party disambiguation Don Valley Parkway, a municipal expressway in Toronto DVP, Design Validation Planning Engineering Delivery vs. Payment, a common form of settlement for securities d ...

JP

Jonathan Putra born 1982, VJ on Channel V, Host of Ntv 7 program Life! Session JP musician born 1984, American singer-songwriter Jayaprakash Narayan 1902–1979, Indian independence activist JP or Justice of the peace, a postnominal honorific or ti ...

BSD (disambiguation)

BSD licenses, a family of permissive free software licenses originally from the Berkeley Software Distribution Bit stream decoder, a video decoder in a graphics processing unit

Maruti Suzuki Wagon R

The Maruti Suzuki Wagon R is a city car manufactured and marketed by Suzuki through its subsidiary Maruti Suzuki primarily for the Indian market since 1999. The Wagon R was launched in India in December 1999, and has since undergone several upgra ...

LNP

LNP may refer to: LNP newspaper, daily newspaper published in Lancaster, Pennsylvania Linear-Nonlinear-Poisson cascade model, a model of neural responses Liberian National Police, the national police force in Liberia Liga Nacional Profesional, Ho ...

200 yen note

The 200 yen note was a denomination of Japanese yen issued from 1927 to 1946. These issues were broken up into three different designs including one which has two different varieties. For whatever reason two-hundred yen banknotes were not issued ...

Daulat (2020 film)

Daulat is a 2020 Malaysian Malay-language political thriller film directed and written by Imran Sheik. It tells the story of a politician and her party plotting a fiesty political comeback after having just lost the last election, ready to do wha ...

Muafakat Nasional

The National Concord is a political pact in Malaysia that was formed between the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party and United Malays National Organisation. The political cooperation between the two largest Malay-Muslim-based parties was officialised wi ...

The Daily Malta Chronicle and Garrison Gazette

The Daily Malta Chronicle and Garrison Gazette was an English-language daily newspaper in Malta, first issued on 14 November 1884, and running till June 1940.