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LTS

LTS may refer to: Liquid tradable securities, a general classification for type of financial instruments Low-temperature Separator, a device commonly used in the oil and gas industry Long term sickness Learning and Teaching Scotland, a non-depart ...

AIDC

AIDC F-CK-1 Ching-kuo, fighter aircraft introduced in 1994 AIDC XC-2, civil transport aircraft introduced in 1978 AIDC UH-1H, utility helicopter manufactured 1956–1987 AIDC T-CH-1, trainer aircraft introduced in 1973 Aerospace Industrial Developm ...

Sloboda (disambiguation)

Sloboda was a type of settlement in Belarus, Russia, Ukraine and other Slavic states. Sloboda, Svoboda or similar means freedom or liberty in the Slavic languages and may also refer to: FK Sloboda Tuzla, a football club in Bosnia and Herzegovina ...

Lauterbach

Lauterbach Marienberg, a district of the town Marienberg, Saxony Lauterbach Schiltach, a river in Baden-Wurttemberg, tributary of the Schiltach Lauterbach Warndt, a district of Volklingen, Saarland Lauterbach Rugen, a village in the district of V ...

RMF

Risk management framework, integrates information security and risk management for system development Requirements Modeling Framework, an Eclipse Foundation project Recover My Files, a data recovery application Resource Measurement Facility, a pe ...

Bauhaus (disambiguation)

The Bauhaus, formal name Staatliches Bauhaus, was a German school of design which existed from 1919 to 1933. Bauhaus may also refer to: Bauhaus and its Sites in Weimar, Dessau and Bernau, a World Heritage Site in Germany Bauhaus Project computing ...

F10

F10, F 10, F.10, or F-10 may refer to: In aircraft: Hannover F.10, a German passenger and cargo triplane A reconnaissance version of the United States North American B-25 Mitchell Falconar F10A, a Canadian homebuilt aircraft design Douglas F3D Sk ...

GPD

Guam Police Department Gladstone Police Department, Oregon, United States Gatlinburg Police Department, Tennessee, United States Gaithersburg Police Department, Maryland, United States Greenbelt Police Department Maryland, United States Greensbor ...

Expert (disambiguation)

An expert is someone widely recognized as a reliable source of technique or skill. Expert may also refer to: Gradiente Expert, the second and last MSX home computer launched in the Brazilian market Expert company, a Swiss consumer electronics ret ...

DTK

DTK is an initialism that may refer to Dietrich, AK, a location identifier Datatech Systems Ltd., a company at the Toronto Stock Exchange DTK Software, a company DTK Consulting Co., Ltd, an HR consulting company in Vietnam DTK electronics, a digi ...

Elko

United States Elko County, Nevada Elko, Missouri Elko New Market, Minnesota Elko, South Carolina Elko, Nevada Elko, Minnesota Elko, New York Elko, Georgia Canada Elko, British Columbia

Steinberg (disambiguation)

Steinbergs electronics store, a defunct chain of electronics stores in the United States Steinbergs supermarket, defunct Canadian supermarket chain

Grundig (disambiguation)

Grundig is also a surname. It may refer to: Lea Grundig 1906–1977, German painter and Graphic artist Max Grundig 1908–1989, founder of electronics company Grundig Hans Grundig 1901–1958, German painter and graphic artist

Red Bull Racing (disambiguation)

Red Bull Racing may refer to: Red Bull Racing Team RBRT, a defunct NASCAR Cup team owned by Red Bull based in Mooresville, North Carolina Ten Kate Racing, a Superbike World Championship racing team that races under the name Red Bull Honda World S ...

Peter Bang (engineer)

Peter Boas Bang was a Danish engineer and Entrepreneur. In the year 1925 he founded with Svend Olufsen the company Bang & Olufsen, which is today international.

Allianz Stadium

Allianz Stadium may refer to following stadiums with sponsorship arrangements with German financial services company Allianz: Allianz Field, an association football stadium in Saint Paul, Minnesota, U.S. Allianz Arena, an association football sta ...

GMF

GMF may refer to: Glucosyloxymethylfurfural, a glycosylated derivative of hydroxymethylfurfural GMF AeroAsia, an Indonesian aircraft-maintenance company Genetically modified food General mail facility General Motors Foundation, an American philan ...

UOL

UOL may refer to: University of Liverpool, a teaching and research university in the city of Liverpool, England UOL, IATA code for Pogogul Airport University of London, a federal university made up of 31 affiliates: 19 separate university institu ...

Rockford

Rockford Township disambiguation six places in the United States Rockford, Tuscarawas County, Ohio Rockford, North Carolina Rockford, Minnesota Rockford, Michigan Rockford, Wells County, Indiana Rockford, Tennessee Rockford, Alabama Rockford, Was ...

SelecTV

SelecTV may refer to: SelecTV Australian television, a defunct Australian satellite based subscription television broadcasting service FreeCast company, a US IPTV Internet Protocol Television aggregation service, marketed as both SelectTV and Rab ...

New Enterprise

New Enterprise, a populated place in northern Bedford County, Pennsylvania New Enterprise Public School, in South Woodbury Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania

BMW R18

The BMW R 18 is a cruiser motorcycle manufactured by BMW Motorrad and was launched in April 2020 in Germany. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, an official launch at the BMW dealers was not possible, therefore it was presented virtually on the internet.

Steve Tallis

Steve Tallis was born in 1952 in Maylands, Western Australia, a suburb of Perth. He started playing music in 1962. In February 1963, after attending a Louis Armstrong and Trini Lopez concert at the Capitol Theatre in Perth with his parents, Steve ...

Jaypee

Jaypee may refer to: Jaypee Group Circuit, motor racing circuit in Jaypee sports city Jaypee Group, Indian conglomerate company based in Noida, Uttar Pradesh Jaypee Sports City, sports complex in Greater Noida, India Jaypee Institute of Informati ...

Varun Beverages

Varun Beverages Limited is an Indian company that manufactures, bottles and distributes beverages. It is the second largest bottling company of PepsiCos beverages in the world outside the United States. The company, a subsidiary of RJ Corp, was i ...

Ford Focus (fourth generation)

The Ford Focus, also known as the Focus Mk IV, is an automobile which was produced by Ford from 2018. On April 10, 2018, Ford unveiled the European and Asian-market versions of the fourth-generation Focus, to mark the brands 20th anniversary. As ...

Tanagata Station

Tanagata Station is a train station located in Sasebo, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

Motoyama Station (Nagasaki)

Motoyama Station is a train station located in Sasebo, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

Kaize Station (Nagasaki)

Kaize Station is a train station located in Sasebo, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

Takaiwa Station (Nagasaki)

Takaiwa Station is a train station located in Sasebo, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

Kubara Station

Kubara Station is a train station located in Imari, Saga Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

Ainoura Station

Ainoura Station is a train station located in Sasebo, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

Haze Station

Haze Station is a train station located in Imari, Saga Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

Senpukuji Station

Senpukuji Station is a train station located in Sasebo, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

Nonaka Station

Nonaka Station is a train station located in Sasebo, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

Tsukinokawa Station

Tsukinokawa Station is a train station located in Matsuura, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

Inotsuki Station

Inotsuki Station is a train station located in Sasebo, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

Maehama Station

Maehama Station is a train station located in Matsuura, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

Umlaut

Metal umlaut, used in names of heavy metal or hard rock bands for visual rather than phonetic effect Umlaut diacritic, a diacritical mark that consist of two dots ¨ placed over a letter Germanic umlaut, a prominent instance of i-mutation in the h ...

P&O

P&O company originally the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, a former British shipping and logistics company P&O Cruises Australia, an Australian cruise line that was originally part of P&O, now owned by Carnival Corpo ...

Universum

Universum may refer to: Vi veri universum vivus vici, a Latin phrase meaning: "By the power of truth, I, while living, have conquered the universe" Universum Film, a film company that was the principal film studio in Germany Universum magazine, a ...

Metanoia

Metanoia, an Ancient Greek word meaning "changing ones mind", may refer to: Metanoia theology, "conversion" and "reformation" or repentance Metanoia, a direct climbing route opened in 1991 by Jeff Lowe on the Eigers north face Metanoia psychology ...

Zi

ZI or Zi may refer to: Zi, from the Zoids science fiction franchise Zi 子, a surname used by Sang Kings Zi, a 2016 Romanian black metal album by Negura Bunget Zi Corporation, a software company Aigle Azur IATA airline code ZI Zi, an area in Axiom ...

Folkesange

Folkesange is the third studio album by Myrkur, the Danish black metal project of Amalie Bruun. It was released on 20 March 2020 under Relapse Records. The first single from the album, "Elle" was released on 14 January 2020.

Cranium (disambiguation)

Cranium, Inc., the board game company that makes Cranium Cranium board game, a board game, or its extensions or spin-offs

Primordial

Primordial may refer to: Primordial narcissism, the psychological condition of prenatal existence Primordial era, an era after the Big Bang. See Chronology of the universe Primordialism, the argument which contends that nations are ancient, natur ...

Obsidian (Paradise Lost album)

Obsidian is the sixteenth studio album from British gothic metal band Paradise Lost. It was released on 15 May 2020 via Nuclear Blast. Music videos were released for "Darker Thoughts", and "Fall from Grace".

Evermore

Evermore may refer to: Literature Evermore book, a collection of short stories about or in honor of Edgar Allan Poe Evermore novel, a 2009 novel in The Immortals series by Alyson Noel Music Evermore album, a greatest hits album from Evermore Ever ...

Machina

The term "Machina" may refer to: Machina, Nigeria, a Local Government Area in Yoba State Queen Machina, one of the main villains from Power Rangers Zeo A machine-based weapon in Baten Kaitos Origins An earlier title for Elephants Dream, a Blender ...

Scrap dealer

Scrap is recyclable material sold to a trader below its original purchase price. A scrap dealer is a person who is brought or collects scrap and then sells it on for profit. Albert & Herbert, a Swedish adaptation of Steptoe and Son Per Inge Torke ...