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Tianhe

Tianhe may refer to: "Tianhe", an archaic Chinese name for the Milky Way Galaxy Tianhe, the core module of the Chinese Modular Space Station. Tianhe-I and Tianhe-2, supercomputers built by China. The Galaxy on Earth, a 2014 Chinese film.

Space system

Space system may refer to: Space radio system, any group of cooperating earth stations and/or space radio stations employing space radiocommunication Space Systems Laboratory SSL, a part of the aerospace engineering department at the University o ...

Centerville

Centerville, Conecuh County, Alabama Centerville, the fictional setting of Frank Zappas 200 Motels movie Centerville, Alabama Centreville, Bibb County, Alabama Centerville, California disambiguation several places Centerville, California Centrevi ...

Hundertwasserhaus Plochingen

The Hundertwasser House Plochingen "Living under the Raintower" is a house designed by the Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser co-designed building in the German City Plochingen. It was built from November 1991 to August 1994.

Sidlisko III

Sidlisko III is the second largest housing estate in Presov, Slovakia. Its located in the northwest side of Presov and has a population of 19.551. It is divided into 3 parts, namely Sidlisko III A, Sidlisko III B and Mladosť. The main traffic art ...

Pakistan International Airlines Flight 8303

Pakistan International Airlines Flight 8303 was a scheduled domestic flight from Allama Iqbal International Airport in Lahore to Jinnah International Airport in Karachi, Pakistan. On 22 May 2020, the Airbus A320 crashed in Model Colony, a densely ...

Kobanya Synagogue, Budapest

The Temple of Everybody, formerly known as the Kobanya Synagogue, is a church located in Kobanya in the 10th district of Budapest, which houses the ecumenical, neoprotestant Church of Everyone Church. Until 1964 it operated as a synagogue.

Barbican (disambiguation)

Barbican is a type of fortified building. Barbican may also refer to: Krakow Barbican Barbican, Plymouth, England Barbican Press, an independent publishing house Barbican tube station, on the London Underground Barbican Centre, an arts centre in ...

Dixon Building

Dixon Building may refer to: Dixon-Duncan Block in Missoula, Montana, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Missoula County, Montana Dixon Building Natchez, Mississippi, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Adams ...

Torre Avalanz

The Torre Avalanz is a skyscraper building located in San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Its height is 548 ft., as the building has 43 floors, four are below ground, and 39 are above ground. It also has 17 apartments, 831 parking spaces, ...

Diamond Inya Palace

Diamond Inya Palace is a residential building located on the northern side of the Inya Lake in Yangon, Myanmar. Although its exact height is not publicly known, the 34-story condominium is widely considered to be the tallest building in Myanmar. ...

Waterside

Canada Waterside, New Brunswick United Kingdom Waterside, East Dunbartonshire Waterside, Hampshire Waterside, Buckinghamshire Waterside, Aberdeen Waterside, Lancashire Waterside, Cumbria Waterside, Renfrew Waterside, Derry Waterside, South Ayrshi ...

Skyview

SkyView Atlanta, a transportable Ferris wheel installation in Georgia, US Skyview Ericsson Globe, an exterior inclined elevator in Stockholm, Sweden SkyView US Thrill Rides, a proposed concept for an unbuilt design of Ferris wheel

Energy rating

Energy rating may refer to: Building energy rating Home energy rating, a measurement of a home’s energy efficiency, used primarily in the United States Energy rating label, an appliance energy efficiency rating used in Australia and New Zealand N ...

Briarcliff

Briarcliff most commonly refers to: Briarcliff College, a college in the village that closed in 1977 Briarcliff Manor, New York, a village in Westchester County Briarcliff Lodge, a historic resort in the village, demolished 2003 Briarcliff Manor ...

LPE

LPE may refer to: Lysophosphatidylethanolamine, a type of organic chemical LAN Peru, an airline Lambda Pi Eta, a collegiate honor society London Press Exchange, an advertising agency Longitude of the periapsis, a dimension of orbit Liquid phase e ...

Spiral Staircase

Spiral Staircase may refer to: Spiral Staircase DespairsRay DVD, 2008 Spiral Staircase – Classic Songs, a 1997 compilation album by Ralph McTell "Spiral Staircase", a 2003 song by Kings of Leon from Youth & Young Manhood The Spiral Staircase 2000 ...

B50

B50 or B-50 may refer to: a Vietnamese RPG-2, rocket-propelled grenade launcher International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems ICD-10, standard code for the type of malaria caused by Plasmodium falciparum Sicilia ...

Indian FTR1200

The Indian FTR1200 is an American motorcycle manufactured by Indian Motocycle Manufacturing Company since 2019. The Indian Scout FTR750 flat track racing motorcycle is similar in appearance. The FTR1200 and its derivative, the FTR1200S, have been ...

Thomas Gerard Hetherington

Group Captain Thomas Gerard Hetherington CBE was a British officer who served in the British Army, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force. He was one of those credited with the initial development of the tank during the early part of the First World War. ...

Jurgen Augustinowitz

After secondary modern school he attended commercial school and then trained as a bank clerk. In 1985/86 he did his military service. After the German Armed Forces he worked as a banker and finally worked in a corporate client department in a bra ...

Battalions of the Mobile Defence Corps

The Mobile Defence Corps was part of the Civil Defence Corps and organised into battalions spread throughout the United Kingdom. Detachments in Sidcup, Streatham, and Grove Park 2nd London Battalion in London recruiting from South East London and ...

Weapons training

Weapons training may refer to: Sport shooting Firearm history Range shooting Firearm types Firearms-related education Gun safety Kata Martial arts Weapon effects simulations Recruit training Tactical engagement simulations Military drilling MilSi ...

Malone (disambiguation)

Malone town, New York Malone village, New York Malone, Florida Malone, Kentucky Malone Freight Depot, railroad freight depot located at Malone Malone Armory, National Guard armory in New York Malone, Iowa Malone Auxiliary Field, military airfield ...

Enrichment

Enrich may refer to: Environmental enrichment, how the brain is affected by the stimulation of its information processing provided by its surroundings Nuclear enrichment, the process of increasing the Uranium-235 content of nuclear fuel in prepar ...

Ayatollah (disambiguation)

Ayatollah may refer to: Ayatollah, title given to Shia mujtahids More specifically the most notable Ayatollah s, holding the position of Supreme Leader of Iran are: Ali Khamenei Ruhollah Khomeini The most senior ayatollahs are described as Grand ...

Caravan of Death (1991 film)

A group of Afghan Mujahideen are planning a diversion. They have in their hands two girls whom they force to be conductors. They destroy the Russian border detachment. Only Ensign Maryin survived. He alone has to prevent diversion.

Wesleyan (disambiguation)

A Wesleyan is any person who adopts the principles of Wesleyan theology or Wesleyanism. Wesleyan may also refer to: Wesleyan University Press, a university press Wesleyan University or one of the many universities and liberal arts colleges named ...

Leo G. Cox

Cox was born on July 31, 1912, and accepted Christ at the age of ten. He received his bachelors degree from Miltonvale Wesleyan College, in 1937, and later earned a B.D., an M.Rel. from Indiana Wesleyan University, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in religi ...

Humphrey (disambiguation)

Humphrey the Whale, a humpback whale that deviated from its migration path and swam into San Francisco Bay and up the Sacramento River Humphrey chimpanzee, featured in several books and documentaries Humphrey cat 1988–2006, cat employed at 10 Dow ...

William Neade

Neade began experiments in James Is reign with a "warlike invention of the bow and the pike", an arrangement by which a bow could be attached to a movable pivot in the middle of the pike, thus making a combined weapon for offence for close quarte ...

Red OHora

Frank James OHora nicknamed Red is a former American baseball coach and player. He played college baseball for Penn State for coach Joe Bedenk from 1934 to 1936 before playing professionally from 1938. He then served as the head baseball coach of ...

1898 New Hampshire football team

The 1898 New Hampshire football team was an American football team that represented New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts during the 1898 college football season - the school became the University of New Hampshire in 1923. Th ...

Edward Mann

Edward Mann may refer to: Edward Mann boxer, ABA Middleweight Champion Edward Mann horseman in Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame Edward Mann Australian politician 1874–1951, Nationalist member of the Australian House of Representatives and radio ...

Iphigene Ochs Sulzberger

Iphigene Ochs Sulzberger was an American heiress, socialite, newspaper executive, philanthropist and former owner of The New York Times.

Steven Davis (economist)

Steven J. Davis is an American economist at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He is known for developing and studying longitudinal firm-level microdata and economic uncertainty. As of April 2020, Davis is ranked 33th by the Rese ...

Georgia Nevins

Nevins was born in Bangor, Maine, and raised in Easthampton, Massachusetts, the daughter of Augustus Charles Nevins and Helen Virgilia Marquis Nevins. In 1891, she was in the first graduating class of the Johns Hopkins Training School for Nurses.

Nate Kaczor

Nate Kaczor is an American football special teams coordinator for the Washington Redskins of the National Football League. He has also served that position for the Tennessee Titans and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Jeffrey Chapman (lawyer)

Jeffrey Chapman is an American lawyer and Co-Chair of the Global Mergers and Acquisitions Practice Group at law firm Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. He is known for his work in mergers and acquisitions and is the only attorney in Texas rated as a Star I ...

Jeanne Marrazzo

Jeanne M. Marrazzo is an American microbiologist. She is the director of the University of Alabama School of Medicine Division of Infectious Diseases and focuses on prevention of HIV infection using biomedical interventions. Marrazzo is also a fe ...

James L. Gaudino

Gaudino earned a Bachelors degree from the United States Air Force Academy and served in California, Turkey, and Germany. He then earned a Master of Science degree in management from Troy University and a PhD in communications from Michigan State ...

Washington Elementary School

Washington Elementary School, or George Washington Elementary School, is an often-used name in the United States to honor George Washington, the first president of the United States. The name may refer to: Washington Elementary School Glendora, C ...

University Club

University Club may refer to: University Club of Washington, DC University Club of Kansas City 1901-2001, which merged into the Kansas City Club University Club Portland, Oregon University Club Rochester, New York University Club University of Pi ...

Tom Baldwin (journalist)

Tom Baldwin is a British journalist, author and former Labour Party senior adviser. He has worked as a journalist for a number of national titles including The Times and The Sunday Telegraph. He was also a senior political adviser to Ed Miliband ...

Storm Music

Storm Music is a 1934 novel by the English author Dornford Yates, first serialised in Womans Journal and Womans Home Companion.

Exterminating Angel

Extermination Angel, The Exterminating Angel or Exterminating Angels may refer to: Society of the Exterminating Angel, a 19th-century Catholic group, established to kill Spanish liberals "Exterminating Angel", a song and single by The Creatures f ...

Free and Easy

Free and Easy may refer to: Free and Easy 1959 blues opera, by Harold Arlen Free and Easy 1941 film, starring Robert Cummings Free and easy, a type of song and supper room in early 19th-century England Free and Easy 1930 film, starring Buster Kea ...

Blame (music producer)

Conrad Shafie, better known as Blame, is an English DJ, musician, music producer and songwriter. He is considered one of the pioneers of the drum and bass genre. Some of Blames singles were on the UK charts between 1992 and 2004.

Reinhard Wiesend

Reinhard Wiesend is a German musicologist and retired university professor. Wiesend studied musicology in Munich with Thrasybulos Georgiades among others and received his doctorate in Wurzburg in 1981 with Wolfgang Osthoff, followed by his Habili ...

Encore (Eberhard Weber album)

Encore is a live album by German jazz double bassist and composer Eberhard Weber recorded at various locations between 1990 and 2007 and released on the ECM label on 6 February 2015.