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DDW

DDW may refer to: DDW, A fashion, lifestyle magazine and society. Dutch Design Week is an annual event about design, hosted in Eindhoven, Netherlands. The 6 bbwnown as "dead downwind" sailing hence the acronym DDW. Deuterium Depleted Water is wat ...

Our Skyy

Our Skyy, is a 2018 Thai television series starring Jumpol Adulkittiporn, Atthaphan Phunsawat, Purim Rattanaruangwattana, Wachirawit Ruangwiwat, Thanatsaran Samthonglai, Sattabut Laedeke, Tawan Vihokratana, Thitipoom Techaapaikhun, Perawat Sangpo ...

Clarkson

Clarkson surname Jeremy Clarkson born 1960, British motor journalist and TV presenter Kelly Clarkson born 1982, American musician and singer

AET

AET may refer to: Academies Enterprise Trust, in the UK Alpha-Ethyltryptamine, a psychoactive drug belonging to the tryptamine family "After extra time", in sports, the score after overtime has finished Affective Events Theory, a model developed ...

Townsville (disambiguation)

Electoral district of Townsville, a Queensland State Government electoral district in Townsville, Australia Townsville City, Queensland, the central business district and suburb of Townsville Townville, South Carolina Townsville, North Carolina T ...

SCFI

SCFI may refer to: Secretaria de Comercio y Fomento Industrial, the former name for the Department of Economy in Mexico; see Secretariat of Economy Straticharge Continuous Fuel-Injection system, see Gasoline direct injection Shanghai Containerise ...

Duct

A duct may refer to: Tear duct, which carry tears to the eyes Duct anatomy, various ducts in anatomy and physiology Duct HVAC, for transfer of air between spaces in a structure Ducted fan, motor for aircraft Duct tape, a kind of adhesive tape Ele ...

Max Ventures and Industries

Max Ventures and Industries Limited is an Indian public company of Max Group, headquartered in New Delhi, India. It is the holding company for the groups real estate business, Max Estates; packaging business, Max Speciality Films; and the educati ...

Max India

Max India Limited is an Indian public company headquartered in New Delhi, India. It is a subsidiary of Max Group, and is a holding company of the groups healthcare and independent senior living businesses, which include Max Bupa, Max Healthcare, ...

FG

FG restaurant, a Michelin-starred restaurant in Rotterdam, formerly Ivy Fine Gael, an Irish political party Fallschirmjager, German paratroopers Falun Gong, a Chinese organization

Power connector

Power connector may refer to: NEMA connector, the standard for much of the Americas and Japan for such plugs and sockets AC power plugs and sockets, devices that allow electrically operated equipment to be connected to the primary alternating cur ...

Hacienda (disambiguation)

Hacienda is a Spanish word for an estate or the main house upon the estate, see Hacienda. Ministerio/Departamento de Hacienda, referring to a government agency in Spain or Latin America, is the treasury department. Hacienda, La Hacienda, or The H ...

Muhafiz

Muhafiz or Mohafiz is an Arabic word, also used as a male given name, meaning "preserver", "custodian" or "guardian": PNS Muhafiz, Pakistani minesweeper Muhafiz 1998, a Pakistani film MUHAFIZ is a stabilized remotely controlled naval weapon syste ...

Eva Warigia

Eva Wariaga is a Kenyan businesswoman and corporate executive. She serves as the Executive Director of the East Africa Private Equity & Venture Capital Association, based in Nairobi, Kenya. EAVCA is an industry association of venture capitalists ...

Ruska

Rava-Ruska, a city in Ukraine Ruska, a village in Selyatyn, Chernivtsi Oblast, Ukraine Ruska Bela, a city in Bulgaria

Yalta (disambiguation)

Yalta Velyka Novosilka Raion, village in Velyka Novosilka Raion of Donetsk Oblast Yalta Pershotravnevyi Raion, urban-type settlement in Pershotravnevyi Raion of Donetsk Oblast

P48

P48 or P.48 may refer to: Partenavia Astore P.48, a 1950s Italian light aircraft prototype HMS P48, two British Royal Navy ships BRM P48, a Formula One racing car raced in 1960 Papyrus 48 or P48, an early copy of a part of the New Testament in Gr ...

R27

R27 may refer to: R27: Very toxic in contact with skin, a risk phrase in chemistry R27 airship, a British R23X class airship of World War One R27 road South Africa R27 New York City Subway car, a model of New York City Subway rolling stock manufa ...

Black Crow

Black Crow may refer to: Black crow, species of birds of the genus Corvus Black crow, alternate name of the Cape crow Corvus capensis "Black Crow", Joni Mitchell song from album Hejira Black crow butterfly, alternate name of the violet-tipped cro ...

Beltline

BeltLine, Atlanta or Belt Line or Beltline, a multi-use trail around central Atlanta, Georgia, United States Beltline Trail, a multi-use trail in Toronto, Ontario, Canada Beltline, Calgary, a neighbourhood of Calgary, Alberta, Canada

SBF

SBF may refer to: SBF 120, a French stock market index Societe botanique de France, French botanical society 255 cu in 4.2 L, Grumman XSBF, an American prototype dive-bomber of the 1930s. Small Block Ford, a Ford Motor Company series of engines i ...

SLI

Scan-Line Interleave, 3dfxs method for connecting two or more video cards together, predecessor to Scalable Link Interface Safe Load Indicator in cranes Service Level Indicator Scalable Link Interface, NVIDIAs method for connecting two or more vi ...

Montier

Montier-en-Der Abbey, a former Benedictine, later Cluniac, abbey, dissolved during the French Revolution Montier-en-Der, a former commune in the Haute-Marne department in north-eastern France Montiers, a communes in the Oise department in norther ...

Pininfarina (disambiguation)

Pininfarina may refer to: Andrea Pininfarina 1957–2008, son of Sergio Farina and grandson of Battista Farina Sergio Pininfarina 1926–2012; born Sergio Farina, son of Battista Farina Automobili Pininfarina, a manufacturer of high-performance sport ...

Jobber

Jobber may refer to: Athletics: A professional wrestler who routinely loses a match – see Job professional wrestling Wichita Jobbers, a minor league baseball team in the Western Association from 1905 to 1911 Commerce: Stockjobber, a dealer in fin ...

Aaron Yazzie

Yazzie is Ashįįhi Salt Clan and born for Todichiinii Bitter Water Clan. He was born in 1986 in Tuba City, Arizona and raised in Holbrook, Arizona, where his father was a civil engineer and his mother was a math teacher. Yazzie had originally plan ...

Olatokunbo Somolu

Olatokunbo Somolu was born in Lagos State on 11 October 1950. She received primary education at the Anglican Girls School, Lagos, and secondary schooling at Queens College, Lagos. She studied Civil Engineering at the University of Lagos, graduati ...

Pampas Gramalote

Pampas Gramalote was a Prehispanic fishing village near the town of Huanchaco, Peru that existed between 2000 and 1200 B.C. It is the oldest archaeological settlement known in the area, providing a direct link between the contemporary coastal com ...

Impoundment

Coal slurry impoundment, a specialized form of such a reservoir used for coal mining and processing The result of a dam, creating a body of water A reservoir, formed by a dam Impounded dock, an enclosed ship dock that uses locks to impound water ...

Diamond Lake

Diamond Lake Idaho, a glacial lake in Elmore County, Idaho Various lakes without articles: see List of lakes named Diamond Diamond Lake, Minneapolis, a neighborhood in Minneapolis and its namesake lake Diamond Lake Kandiyohi County, Minnesota Dia ...

Bathurst Inlet Port and Road Project

The Bathurst Inlet Port and Road Project is a plan to build an all-weather road from Bathurst Inlet in Nunavut to a complex of mines that are approximately equidistant between Bathurst Inlet and Yellowknife, NWT. There are no paved roads between ...

Gold Hill

Alabama Gold Hill, Alabama California Gold Hill Nevada County, California, a hill Gold Hill, El Dorado County, California, an unincorporated community Gold Hill, Placer County, California, an unincorporated community Gold Hill, Nevada County, Cal ...

Glyn

Glyn means "Valley" in Welsh and may refer to: Mynydd y Glyn, a mountain in South Wales, between the towns of Pontypridd and Tonyrefail Glyn Valley Tramway, a narrow gauge railway between Chirk and Glyn Ceiriog in Denbighshire, Wales Glyn name, i ...

Montreux (disambiguation)

Montreux is a municipality in Switzerland. Montreux may also refer to: Montreux Record, a register of wetland sites on the List of Wetlands of International Importance Montreux Document, a 2008 agreement between countries obligations regarding pr ...

George Clanton

George Clanton is an American electronic musician and singer-songwriter, best known as one of the pioneers of vaporwave. Clanton has also released music under the pseudonyms Mirror Kisses and ESPRIT 空想. He established his independent record lab ...

CMW

CMW may refer to: Canadian Manufacturing Week CMW, a trade show sponsored by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers Chien-Ming Wang, baseball pitcher Canadian Music Week, an industry conference and music festival held in Toronto, Canada Central M ...

Akelarre (Lola Indigo album)

Akelarre is the debut album by Spanish singer and dancer Lola Indigo. The album was released on May 17, 2019 through Universal Music in its subdivision in Spain. "Akelarre" contains musical collaborations with Mala Rodriguez and Nabalez between o ...

Initial Success

Initial Success is the third studio album by Scottish musician B. A. Robertson, released in March 1980 by Asylum Records. The album peaked at number 32 on the UK Albums Chart and several singles were released, including 3 Top 10 hits. The album w ...

Maire Ni Cheileachair

From Farran in Cork, Maire Ni Cheileachair was born to parents from Kilnamartyra in the Muskerry Gaeltacht of Co. Cork. Her father was a teacher. From them Ni Cheileachair got her love of singing and the Irish language. Ni Cheileachair trained as ...

GSparks

DJ Spilulu formely known as GSparks is a Congolese DJ from Lubumbashi in the Democratic Republic of Congo famous for his music Productions, DJ mixing skills, and his collaboration with a great number of artists.

Dalia Stasevska

Born in the Ukraine, Stasevska and her family subsequently moved to Tallinn, and later to Finland when she was age 5. Her family lived in Helsinki for a year, and then moved to Tampere. As a youth, Stasevska learnt the violin. She formally studie ...

High on a Happy Vibe (song)

High on a Happy Vibe is a 1994 song by British band Urban Cookie Collective. It was released as the fourth single from their debut album by the same name. The song is composed by Rohan Heath and the vocals were by Diane Charlemagne, who also prov ...

High School Confidential

The term High School Confidential may refer to: High School Confidential, a book by Jeremy Iversen High School Confidential Jerry Lee Lewis album, an album by Jerry Lee Lewis High School Confidential Rough Trade song, a song by Rough Trade High S ...

Pull Up (KSI song)

Pull Up is a song by British YouTube personality and rapper KSI, featuring British grime MC Jme. The song is taken from the collaborative album by KSI and British YouTube rapper Randolph titled New Age, which was released independently on 12 Apri ...

Rocco Did It Again!

Rocco Valdes better known by his stage name Rocco Did It Again!, is an American Record producer, Songwriter, Music publisher, and Music executive.

Frontenac

Frontenac, Minnesota Frontenac, Kansas Frontenac State Park Frontenac, Florida Frontenac, Missouri

Lube

Lube may refer to: more specifically, in colloquial usage, personal lubricant Lubricant, a substance usually a liquid introduced between two moving surfaces to reduce the friction and wear between

Patricia (disambiguation)

"Patricia the Stripper", a song on the 2007 Wombats album, A Guide to Love, Loss & Desperation "Patricia", a song on the 2018 Florence and the Machine album, High as Hope "Patricia the Stripper", a song on the 1975 Chris de Burgh album, Spanish T ...

Robert Raikes (disambiguation)

Robert Raikes was an English pioneer of Sunday schools, Gloucester newspaper publisher, and philanthropist. Robert Raikes may also refer to: Robert Napier Raikes 1813–1909, British Indian Army officer Robert Raikes 1818–1901, established a tracta ...

Bangladesh Government Press

Bangladesh Government Press is the official printing house of Bangladesh government. It is also known as BG press. The press is responsible for publishing government documents including classified documents. It publishes budgets, parliament bills ...