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Magnetic scalar potential

Magnetic scalar potential, ψ, is a quantity in classical electromagnetism analogous to electric potential. It is used to specify the magnetic H -field in cases when there are no free currents, in a manner analogous to using the electric potential ...

ZT

ZT may refer to: Arts and entertainment: The Zimmer Twins, a Canadian animated series and website Zero Tolerance game, a 1994 video game for Sega Genesis console Zoo Tycoon series, a video game series Zoo Tycoon, the first game in the series Scie ...

Carbohydride

Carbohydrides are solid compounds in one phase composed of a metal with carbon and hydrogen in the form of carbide and hydride ions. The term carbohydride can also refer to a hydrocarbon.

SELEX

SELEX may refer to one of the following: SELEX Elsag, previously Finmeccanicas military and civil communications systems supplier, which became part of Selex ES in turn merged into Leonardo-Finmeccanica SEgmented Large-X baryon spectrometer EXper ...

Transition function

In mathematics, a transition function may refer to: finite-state machine, or cellular automaton the function that defines the transitions of a state transition system in computing, which may refer more specifically to a Turing machine, a transiti ...

List of Honda three-wheeled all-terrain vehicles

Honda began researching All Terrain Vehicles as early as 1967. Within 18 months they had designed and shipped their first three-wheeled vehicle, designated US90, as a 1970 model. By 1973, Honda trademarked the moniker All Terrain Cycle’, leading ...

Parisian

Parisian may refer to: Parisian department store chain, a department store chain bought by Belk, based in Birmingham, Alabama Standard French, based on the dialect of Paris SS Parisian, a steamship in the Allan Line Royal Mail Steamers Parisian B ...

Quantum Fisher information

The quantum Fisher information is a central quantity in quantum metrology and is the quantum analogue of the classical Fisher information. The quantum Fisher information F Q } of a state ϱ {\displaystyle \varrho } with respect to the observable A ...

F80

HMS Woolwich F80 Royal Navy depot ship HMS Duncan F80, Royal Navy frigate HMS Grafton F80 Royal Navy frigate One of the 6 Spanish Navy F-80 Santa Maria class frigates HMS Torrid F80 Royal Navy destroyer

On the Couch

Bush on the Couch 2004 book by psychoanalyst Justin A. Frank Mr. Monk on the Couch, by Lee Goldberg Superman on the Couch, Danny Fingeroth On the Couch, book by Lorraine Bracco

Diversification

Genetic divergence, emergence of subpopulations that have accumulated independent genetic changes Agricultural diversification involves the re-allocation of some of a farms resources to new products or non-agricultural activities

Garhwal

Garhwal District British Garhwal, a former district of British India in what is now Uttarakhand, India Garhwal Kingdom, a former independent kingdom established in 823 CE in what is now Uttarakhand, India Garhwal Himalaya, a sub-range of the Hima ...

Stone Cold

Stone Cold, a 2012 novel by Joel Goldman Stone Cold Baldacci novel, a 2007 novel by David Baldacci Stone Cold Swindells novel, a 1993 adult novel by Robert Swindells Stone Cold Parker novel, a 2003 novel by Robert B. Parker

Cold Blood

Cold blood may refer to: "Cold Blood" Doctor Who, an episode of the British TV series Doctor Who Coldblood a Marvel Comics villain a classification for draft or pack horses, see horse breed sang froid, ruthlessness, see Conscience Cold Blood TV s ...

Hot and Cold

Hot and Cold may refer to: Hot and Cold film 1933 Pooch the Pup cartoon Hot & Cold band, an Indian band Hot and Cold game, party game also known as Hunt the Thimble

Tams

Tams may refer to: The Tams, an American vocal group Memphis Tams, former name 1972–1974 of the Memphis Sounds American basketball franchise based in Memphis, Tennessee John Tams born 1949, English actor, singer, songwriter, composer and musician ...

Du Cane

John Du Cane, entrepreneur Commander Peter Du Cane boat designer CBE, OBE, a British designer of fast boats and managing director of Vospers 1936-1963 Charles Du Cane, politician Alfred du Cane 1835–1882, English clergyman and cricketer Ella Du C ...

Albert Brydges Farn

Albert Brydges Farn was a British amateur entomologist, chiefly remembered nowadays for a letter he wrote on 1878 to Charles Darwin describing industrial melanism in the annulet moth. Farn was born at Hackney on 9 October 1841, son of a solicitor ...

Phrynobatrachus jimzimkusi

Phrynobatrachus jimzimkusi is a species of frogs in the family Phrynobatrachidae. It is found in submontane and montane regions within the Cameroon volcanic line as well as the adjacent Obudu Plateau in the southeast of Nigeria. It is named after ...

Nachikinskoe

Nachikinskoe, or Nachikinskoye, Nachikinsky, is a rural settlement in the Yelizovsky District of Kamchatka Krai, Russia. The administrative center is the village of Sokoch.

Padre Pio TV

Padre Pio TV, formerly known as Tele Radio Padre Pio, is a Catholic television channel belonging to the Capuchin Friars of San Giovanni Rotondo, a city in the province of Foggia, Italy, the place where lived and died the famous stigmatized saint ...

GOS

Geographical Operations System, mapping and database software for telecommunications companies Galactic O star catalogue, an astronomical catalogue Gadolinium oxysulfide, an inorganic compound gOS operating system, a Linux distribution Grid-orien ...

Paul Kirk

Paul Kirk may refer to: Paul Thomsen Kirk, electronic musician Paul L. Kirk 1902–1970, American chemist, forensic scientist, and Manhattan Project participant Manhunter comics#Paul Kirk, a DC Comics comic book character Paul G. Kirk Jr. born 1938 ...

Glaister

Glaister as a surname may refer to the following: Gabrielle Glaister born 1960, English actress Lesley Glaister born 1956, British novelist and playwright George Glaister born 1918, English footballer Andrew Glaister born 1967, video game program ...

Fred Wright

Fred Wright may refer to: Fred Wright historian born 1947, British historian and theologian Fred E. Wright director, American actor and director 1868-1936 Frederick Wright born 1933, Progressive Conservative party member of the House of Commons o ...

James Gilbert

James Gilbert may refer to: James Gilbert producer 1923–2016, British television producer and director James Gilbert footballer, Scottish footballer James Daniel Gilbert 1864–1941, British Liberal politician, banker and City merchant James H. Gil ...

David Payne

David Payne may refer to: David Payne artist 1843–1894, Scottish landscape painter David Payne novelist, American novelist David L. Payne 1836–1884, American soldier and pioneer, "Father of Oklahoma" David Payne politician born 1944, Canadian pol ...

Bryan Williams

Bryan Williams is the name of: Professor Bryan Williams, molecular biologist Bryan Williams rugby union born 1950, former New Zealand rugby union footballer and coach Birdman rapper born 1969, record executive, record producer, and rapper whose r ...

Hermann Hess Helfenstein

Hermann Hess Helfenstein was a Swiss naturalist, explorer and climber, a member of the "Schweizer Alpen Club", "Deutscher Anden Verein" DAV in Chile). He was notable for first ascents and exploration in Patagonia.

Eupeodes nielseni

Resembles Eupeodes luniger and other Eupeodes.Determination is problematic. Key references are Haarto, A. & Kerppola, S. 2007 and Bartsch, H., Binkiewicz, E., Råden, A. & Nasibov, E. 2009. The male terminalia are figured by Dusek and Laska 1976. ...

Nikolay Zak

Nikolay Zak is a Russian mathematician and economist who is currently researching gerontology at the Moscow Society of Naturalists. He is best known for his research and publication of articles skeptical of the claim that Jeanne Calment of France ...

Katharine Merrill Graydon

Katharine Merrill Graydon was an American classical scholar who specialised in teaching Greek and Latin literature, as well as a professor of English Literature.

Robert Templeton (disambiguation)

Robert Templeton was an Irish naturalist, artist and entomologist. Robert or Bobby Templeton may also refer to Bobby Templeton footballer, born 1894 1894–1967, Scottish footballer, played for and managed Hibernian F.C. Bob Templeton born 1927, Au ...

Azteca muelleri

Azteca muelleri is a species of ant in the genus Azteca. Described by the Italian entomologist Carlo Emery in 1893, the species is native to Central and South America. This ant lives in colonies in the hollow trunk and branches of Cecropia trees. ...

Valery Yankovsky

Valery G. Yankovsky was a Polish-origin Russian writer and a sharpshooter. Born in the Russian Far East, his family moved to what is now North Korea. He spent many years in the Gulags after which he wrote many accounts of his family and life in t ...

George Yankovsky

George Mihailovich Yankovsky was a Russian tiger hunter in Manchuria, a son of the Polish settler in the Russian Far East, Michal Jankowski. He was known as one of the most prolific hunters of Amur tigers and wrote a book on tiger hunting in 1940 ...

Coccinella monticola

Coccinella monticola, commonly called the mountain lady beetle or Tamarack ladybug, is a species of lady beetle native to western US and Canada, southeastern Canada and New England states.

Hymenophyllum peltatum

Hymenophyllum peltatum, is a species of filmy fern widely distributed across Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, South America. Predominantly a rainforest species with delicate foliage arrangements, also known as the alpine filmy-fern. Members ...

List of taxa named by anagrams

In the biological nomenclature codes, an anagram can be used to name a new taxon. Wordplays are one source of inspiration allowing organisms to receive scientific names. In the binominal nomenclature, as scientists have latitude in naming genera ...

Aconitum firmum

Aconitum firmum is a species of monkshood that is found in Southern Poland, Slovakia, and Czechia, with a few instances in Ukraine and Romania.

Mazuca amoena

Mazuca amoena is a moth in the family Noctuidae. It can be found from the Democratic Republic of the Congo to Zimbabwe, with one instance in South Africa.

Wahlberg

Wahlberg may refer to: Wahlberg surname, including a list of people with the name Wahlbergs cormorant bank cormorant, Phalacrocorax neglectus, a medium-sized cormorant Wahlbergs eagle Aquila wahlbergi, a medium-sized raptor named after the Swedis ...

Henry Bryant

Henry Bryant may refer to: Henry Bryant botanist 1721–1799, English botanist Henry Beadman Bryant 1824–1892, author and co-founder and namesake of Bryant & Stratton College and Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island Henry Charles Bryant 18 ...

Donald Walsh

Donald or Don Walsh may refer to: Donnie Walsh born 1941, basketball consultant Don Walsh born 1931, American oceanographer, explorer and marine policy specialist Don Walsh Canadian football 1932–2006, Canadian football player Donald E. Walsh 191 ...

Video game director

Video game director may refer to: Video game producer, the person in charge of overseeing development of a video game Sound director, the head of the sound department Creative director, a position often found within creative organizations Art dir ...

Linda Liau

Linda M. Liau is an American neurosurgeon, neuroscientist, and the W. Eugene Stern Chair of the Department of Neurosurgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Liau was elected to the Society of Neurological Surgeons in 2013 and the Na ...

Melvin E. Page

Melvin E. Page was an American dentist and alternative health advocate known for his pseudoscientific views on dental health, dieting and disease.

Jack Hailman

Jack Parker Hailman was an American zoologist and ethologist. He taught at the University of Wisconsin–Madison from 1969 to 1998, where he chaired the Department of Zoology from 1989 to 1991. He was executive editor of Animal Behaviour from 1972 ...

Oliver Atkins Farwell

Oliver Atkins Farwell was a herbarium curator, botanist, and drug inspector. As a boy he moved with his family to Michigan, where he was educated at public schools and the Michigan State Normal School. He taught in 1889 and 1890 at Michigan state ...

Pointe de Givet National Nature Reserve

The Pointe de Givet National Nature Reserve is a national nature reserve of the Grand Est region. Established in 1999, it spreads over 354 hectares and protects a group of sites recognised for their rich geology, flora and fauna.