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Usa River

Usa River could refer to: Usa River Arusha, a river in the Arusha Region of Tanzania Usa Germany, a small river in Hesse, Germany Usa River Belarus, a river in Belarus Usa River, Tanzania, a town in the Arusha Region Usa River Kemerovo Oblast, a ...

Silverton

Silverton, New South Wales, Australia Silverton Wind Farm Silverton railway station Silverton, Devon, England Silverton Park Silverton, British Columbia, Canada Silverton, South Australia, Australia Silverton, Dumbarton, Scotland Silverton, Preto ...

Windy Hill

Windy Hill may refer to: Windy Hill Pennines, a hill on the Pennines which marks the border between Greater Manchester and West Yorkshire Windy Hill on Isle of Bute, Scotland Windy Hill, Renfrewshire, a hill in Renfrewshire Scotland Constantine S ...

Vassilios Tzaferis

Vassilios Tzaferis was a Greek–Israeli biblical archaeologist and Orthodox monk, best known for his discovery of the remains of a crucified man at Givat HaMivtar. He was the director of surveys and excavations at the Israel Antiquities Authority ...

Getica (disambiguation)

Getica is a historical book, "De origine actibusque Getarum" written by Jordanes in the 6th century. Getica may also refer to: Getica Parvan 1926, a book covering the ancient history of the Geto-Dacians by the Romanian historian and archaeologist ...

Head of Christ from the Crooked’ or Brown Cross’

The Head of Christ from the Crooked’ or Brown Cross ’ is a name for the head of Christ, the only remain of one of the most worshipped crucifixes in Leuven. It played an important role in het history of the city. At this time, the head is situated ...

Simon James

Simon James may refer to: Simon R.H. James, British teacher and writer Simon James academic, English academic Simon James Australian actor born 1981, also, as Simon Porritt, CEO of SIMJEN Simon James illustrator award-winning British illustrator ...

St Andrews Church, Weston-under-Lizard

The Church of St Andrew, Weston-under-Lizard, Staffordshire is a Grade I listed Anglican church. Its origins are medieval, but it was largely rebuilt in the very early 18th century by Elizabeth Wilbraham of Weston Park, and restored in the 19th c ...

Peninsula Hotel, Maylands

The Peninsula Hotel is a heritage-listed former hotel in Maylands, Western Australia. Located at 221 Railway Parade, opposite Maylands railway station, it was constructed c. 1906 by owner Friederich Liebe. The historic Edwardian-style hotel was s ...

AACC

AACC may refer to: American Association for Clinical Chemistry, a non-profit professional organization involved in the clinical chemistry Abe Ani Combat Club American Automatic Control Council, a professional organization involved in research of ...

Eigen

Eigen may refer to: Eigen C++ library, computer programming library for matrix and linear algebra operations Saint Eigen, female Christian saint Eigen Hayashi 林 英源, born 1949, Japanese sport shooter Eigen, Thurgau, locality in the municipality ...

Kalbionora

Kalbionora is a lichen genus in the family Malmideaceae containing the single crustose species Kalbionora palaeotropica. This lichen occurs in coastal forests in Thailand, Vietnam, and northeastern Australia, where it grows on tree bark.

Brainfreeze (album)

Brainfreeze is a 1999 live mix album by DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist. The two tracks of the album are uninterrupted recordings from a live performance where they sampled hit funk, soul, rock and jazz singles from 45 rpm vinyl records. This type of r ...

WBF

WBF may refer to: The World Bodybuilding Federation, a defunct bodybuilding organization The World Bridge Federation, a governing body in contract bridge The World Baptist Fellowship, a Christian organization The WoodenBoat Forum, an online forum ...

Jean-Pierre Florens

Jean-Pierre Florens is an influential French econometrician at Toulouse School of Economics. He is known for his research on Bayesian inference, econometrics of stochastic processes, causality, frontier estimation, and inverse problems.

Democracy in Deficit

Democracy in Deficit: The Political Legacy of Lord Keynes - a book by American economists James M. Buchanan and Richard E. Wagner originally published in 1977.

Mitchell Burnside Clapp

Mitchell Burnside Clapp is an American aerospace engineer, former test pilot, and musician. He received Bachelor of Science degrees in Physics, Aeronautics and Astronautics, and Russian, as well as a Master of Science degree in Aeronautics and As ...

Rene Ducassou-Pehau

Rene Ducassou-Pehau was a French automobile designer. He was born in Basque country, and died in Labourd. He is best known for his work with car manufacturer Panhard.

Sandra Gordon-Salant

Sandra Gordon-Salant is an American audiologist. She is a professor at the University of Maryland, College Park, where she is also director of the doctoral program in clinical audiology. Gordon-Salant investigates the effects of aging and hearing ...

Andrea Stella (engineer)

Andrea Stella is an Italian engineer, currently employed by McLaren Racing Limited as Racing Director. He was previously Performance Engineer and Race Engineer at Scuderia Ferrari.

Michael Baber

Michael Baber is an American freelance music editor who has contributed to the soundtracks of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Battlestar Galactica, Once Upon a Time, Black Mirror, The Walking Dead, Black Sails, as well as more television shows and ...

Last Spike

The Last Spike is the final rail spike driven in the construction of a railway. It is often a momentous occasion, and special ceremonial spikes of gold or silver may be used. Last Spike may refer to: Last Spike Canadian Pacific Railway, driven in ...

David Braund

Her notable books include: Georgia in Antiquity: A History of Colchis and Transcaucasian Iberia, 550 BC-AD 562 Athenaeus And His World: Reading Greek Culture in the Roman Empire Scythians and Greeks: Cultural Interaction in Scythia, Athens, and t ...

Asinius

Asinius is the nomen of the plebeian Gens Asinia of ancient Rome. Local tradition holds that the Italian town of Assignano derives its name from the gens, as well as the French town of Assignan. Gaius Asinius Quadratus, historian of 3rd century – ...

Michele Lowrie

Michele Lowrie is the Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Classics and the College at the University of Chicago. She is a specialist in Roman literature and political thought.

Jan de Vries

Jan de Vries may refer to: Jan de Vries soldier 1924-2012, a Canadian World War II paratrooper and veterans advocate Jan de Vries athlete 1896–1939, Dutch athlete who won a bronze medal at the 1924 Summer Olympics in the 4 x 100 metre relay Jan d ...

Functional grammar

Functional grammar may refer to: Functional theories of grammar, a range of functionally based approaches to linguistics Danish functional linguistics, a strand of functional linguistics associated with linguists at the University of Copenhagen L ...

Mary Graustein

Mary Graustein was a mathematician and university professor, and was the first woman to earn a doctorate in mathematics at Radcliffe College.

The History of Mathematical Tables

The History of Mathematical Tables: from Sumer to Spreadsheets is an edited volume in the history of mathematics on mathematical tables. It was edited by Martin Campbell-Kelly, Mary Croarken, Raymond Flood, and Eleanor Robson, developed out of th ...

Jean-Pierre Raoult

Raoult defended his Doctoral thesis in 1969 at the University of Paris under the supervision of Daniel Dugue. He arrived at the University of Rouen just two years after its creation and was at the origins of the mathematics department joined subs ...

Alexander Armstrong (disambiguation)

Alexander Armstrong is a British comedian and presenter. Alexander Armstrong or Alex Armstrong may also refer to: Alexander Armstrong politician 1916–1985, Australian politician Sir Alexander Armstrong explorer 1818–1899, British naval surgeon an ...

Charles Baxter

Charles Baxter may refer to: Charles Baxter painter 1809–1879, English painter Charles Baxter author born 1947, American author Charles Baxter rugby union born 1981, New Zealand rugby union player Charles H. Baxter 1841–?, American politician Cha ...

Daniel Musher

Daniel Michael Musher is an American physician, scientist, and medical educator working in the field of infectious diseases, who has coauthored more than 550 publications. Musher is a Distinguished Service Professor of Medicine and Professor of M ...

Azure-Te

Azure-Te is the third studio album by American jazz singer Karrin Allyson. The album was recorded in the Soundtrek Studios of Kansas City, Missouri and was released on March 21, 1995 by Concord Jazz label.

Charles Forster Smith

Charles Forster Smith was an American classical philologist, who particularly emerged as a Thucydides researcher. Charles Forster Smith, the son of Pastor James F. Smith and his wife Julia Forster Smith, studied at Wofford College A.B. 1872, Harv ...

Vilmos Pecz

He completed his university studies in Budapest, u. He obtained in 1876 a high school teachers degree, in 1878 a doctoral degree. 1877-91. a budapesti ev. He was a teacher at a grammar school, and since 1885 he was a private teacher of Greek lite ...

Okori lexikon

The two-volume work was published between 1902 and 1904, its editor-in-chief Vilmos Pecz was published by Franklin Irodalmi es Nyomdai Rt., Budapest. The work tries to process the biographies of ancient Greek and Roman writers, poets, scholars, a ...

Beckman

Beckman may refer to: 3737 Beckman, an asteroid Beckman Institute at Caltech, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California Beckman Institute Laser Resource Center BILRC at Caltech Beckman Coulter, a biomedical laboratory instruments c ...

Marina Huerta

Marina Huerta is an award-winning theoretical physicist and a physics professor. She is known for her work on quantum entropy in quantum field theory. She has provided a new interpretation of the Bekenstein bound. As of 2020, she has 29 peer-revi ...

Loopspruit river

The lower Loopspruit starts after Klipdrift dam and ends 25 km away at the rivers convergence with the Mooi river just outside Potchefstroom. From the dam it meanders its way through agricultural fields for about 6 km thereafter it becomes wider ...

MATS

The acronym MATS may refer to: Marc-Andre ter Stegen, a German footballer Mercury and Air Toxics Standards, as set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Military Air Transport Service, a defunct command of the United States Air Force Montgo ...

Falling out

Falling out or Falling Out may refer to: A deterioration in the quality of a friendship, usually due to a specific cause Falling-out, a culture-bound syndrome

Falling in love (disambiguation)

Falling in Love 1984 film, an American romantic drama starring Meryl Streep and Robert De Niro Falling in Love 1935 film, a British comedy film Falling in Love TV series, a Malaysian/Singaporean drama

Falling Down (disambiguation)

"Falling Down", by Breaking Point from their 2001 album Coming of Age "Falling Down" Selena Gomez & the Scene song, 2009 "Falling Down", by Silverstein from their 2007 album Arrivals & Departures "Falling Down", by The F-Ups 2003 "Falling Down", ...

Weightless

Weightless may refer to: Song to Song, a 2017 American film by Terrence Malick, originally titled Weightless Weightlessness, the condition that exists for an object or person when they experience little or no acceleration Weightless wireless comm ...

Parabolic

Parabolic usually refers to something in a shape of a parabola, but may also refer to a parable. Parabolic may refer to: In mathematics In advanced mathematics Parabolic spiral Parabolic Lie algebra Parabolic cylindrical coordinates In elementary ...

Alana Filippi

Alana Filippi was a French singer and songwriter. Her real name was Pascale Filippi, and she also sometimes used the pseudonym Jeanne Ermilova.

C51

C51 or C-51 may be: JNR Class C51, a Japanese steam locomotive type Bill C-51 2008 39th Canadian Parliament, 2nd Session, an Act to amend the Food and Drugs Act Caldwell 51 IC 1613, an irregular dwarf galaxy in the constellation Cetus Bill C-51 2 ...

NGC 1357

NGC 1357 is an isolated spiral galaxy situated in constellation of Eridanus. Located about 92 milion light years, it is a member of the Eridanus cluster of galaxies, a cluster of about 200 galaxies, being the farthest known member. Based on locat ...

Eye of Sauron (disambiguation)

The Eye of Sauron is the image most often associated with Sauron in The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien. Eye of Sauron or Saurons Eye may also refer to: Fomalhaut, "The Great Eye of Sauron", a star with a debris disc, nicknamed due to its r ...