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BDC

BDC Aero Industrie, a Canadian aircraft manufacturer based in Lachute, Quebec Business Development Bank of Canada Business Development Company - is a publicly traded private equity tax-advantaged investment company in the US investing in small an ...

Oldbury

Oldbury, Shropshire, a village near Bridgnorth, England Oldbury nuclear power station at Oldbury, South Gloucestershire Oldbury, South Gloucestershire, a village north of Bristol, England Oldbury, Warwickshire, a civil parish in Atherstone Rural ...

Silver Palm

Silver Palm may be any of the following: Coccothrinax spissa - Swollen silver thatch palm. Coccothrinax argentea - Hispaniolan silver palm or Silver thatch palm, Several different palm trees in the genus Coccothrinax, including Coccothrinax litor ...

Santa Fe Depot

Santa Fe Depot, Santa Fe Passenger Depot, or variations may refer to many train stations in the United States once operated by the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway, including:

St. Paul station

St. Paul Station may refer to several transport stops: France Saint-Paul Paris Metro United Kingdom St Pauls tram stop, Birmingham City Thameslink railway station on the Thameslink core route in London, formerly known as St. Pauls Thameslink. St. ...

Outside

Outside 2002 film, a 2002 film produced by Chris Bender "Outside", an episode of One Day at a Time 2017 TV series The Outside, a 1917 play by Susan Glaspell Outside film, a 2004 short film by Jenn Kao The Outside, 2009 film starring Michael Graziadei

Kapalkundala (TV series)

Kapalkundala is a Bengali television soap opera based on the novel of the same name written by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee. It premiered on 2 December 2019 and will air on Bengali GEC Star Jalsha,8.30pm Monday to Friday it is produced by Raj Chakra ...

Cintura

Linha de Cintura, a railway line in Lisbon, Portugal Cintura Formation, a geologic formation in Arizona. Milan belt railway in Italian, Linea di cintura di Milano, a semicircular railway linking the railway lines converging on Milan, Italy, with ...

Nakajima

Nakajima, Fukushima, a village in Japan Nakajima, Ehime, former town in Japan Nakashima District, Aichi, former district in Japan, now part of Inazawa, Aichi. Nakajima, Ishikawa, former town in Japan

Toy Defense

Toy Defense is a tower defense game developed by Melesta Games. The first release of the game took place on October 17, 2012. The first two games in the series are dedicated to the World Wars, while the third takes place in a fictional location. ...

Rich Family (company)

In 2017, the companys net profit amounted to 1.8 billion rubles.

Poor Boy

Poor Boy may refer to: Poor Boy film Po Boy, a song by Bob Dylan from the 2001 album "Love & Theft" "Poor Boy, Minor Key," a song from the M. Ward album Transfiguration of Vincent Po boy, a traditional sandwich common to New Orleans Poor boy - a ...

Brown Boy 2

Brown Boy 2 is a commercial mixtape by Canadian rapper Nav, released on May 11, 2020. The mixtape was released as the deluxe edition of his third studio album Good Intentions, which was released three days prior, on May 8, 2020. The mixtape also ...

Lancia Chivasso plant

The Lancia Borgo San Paolo Plant was the second manufacturing plant of Italian automobile company Lancia. The plant manufactured Lancias models as:Lancia Flaminia, Lancia Beta, Lancia Delta, Lancia Prisma and others.

Plaxton Panorama

The Plaxton Panorama is a double decker coach bodywork, produced by Plaxtons Scarborough factory on the newly-built Volvo B11RLE chassis. The Panorama was launched in 2018, and in standard configuration seats 87 with a toilet, or 91 without.

Electric transmission (propulsion)

Electric transmission or Electric powerchain is a transmission system for propelling motor vehicles. It is used for a variety of applications in road, rail, and marine transport. The defining characteristic of electric transmission is that it avo ...

Otaman 6x6

The Otaman 6x6 is a armoured fighting vehicle produced by the ukraine manufacturer NGO Practika and presented for the first time at the Indian Defexpo in 2016, followed by the Otaman 8x8 in the Arms and Security Exhibition held in Kiev in 2017. T ...

Mack Anthem

The Mack Anthem is a series of heavy duty trucks built by Mack Trucks. It has a long low-drag hood and fenders. It is designed as a highway semi-tractor with good fuel economy. Introduced in 2018, it remains in production in 2020.

Pratt & Whitney (disambiguation)

Pratt & Whitney is a manufacturer of aircraft engines Pratt & Whitney may also refer to: Pratt & Whitney Canada, a manufacturer of small turboprops and turbofans Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field, a football stadium in East Hartford, Co ...

Microjet

Microjet may refer to: Aviation An early term for the type of aircraft now known as Very Light Jets Microjet 200, a small jet trainer aircraft built by Microjet SA Bede BD-5J, a series of small, single-seat homebuilt aircraft SubSonex, a small ho ...

Shuguang

Shuguang may refer to: Sugon or Shuguang, Chinese supercomputer manufacturer SG Automotive or Shuguang Automotive, a Chinese vehicle and component manufacturer Shuguang spacecraft, a proposed Chinese manned spacecraft that was never built Break F ...

C22

C22 or C-22 or C.22 may refer to: Caldwell 22 NGC 7662, the Blue Snowball Nebula, a planetary nebula in the constellation Andromeda Aerospatiale C.22, a French target drone HMS C22, a 1909 British C class submarine Boeing C-22, a military version ...

Twinstar

Twinstar may refer to: "Twinstar", a song by Veruca Salt from their 1994 album American Thighs "Solar twin star" in astronomy is otherwise known as a Solar analog Eurocopter AS355 TwinStar, a twin-engine light helicopter originally manufactured b ...

Chetak (disambiguation)

Chetak may refer to: Chetak and Nav Chetak, specially named locomotives of India Chetak Rana Pratap, 1958 film featuring Mubarak Begum as playback singer Chetak, 1960 Indian film written and directed by Kidar Sharma Bajaj Chetak, an Indian-made m ...

A40

A40 road London A40 motorway France A40 road Isle of Man, a primary road which connects the A3 with the A1 A40 motorway Germany A40 motorway Canada, a road in Quebec A40 road Northern Ireland, a road running from the L/Derry to Raphoe A40 road Gr ...

List of Infiniti vehicles

Infiniti Q60 Infiniti QX60 3.5, Hybrid variant discontinued Infiniti QX80 SUV Infiniti Q50 Infiniti QX50 EX30d and EX37 in Europe

M37

M37 or M-37 may refer to: Dodge M37, a military truck Ithaca M37, an American shotgun Infiniti M37, a Japanese luxury car M-37 Michigan highway, a state highway in Michigan Ruleville-Drew Airport M37 highway, a highway in Turkmenistan Messier 37, ...

LA 15

LA 15, LA-15, La-15 or LA15 may refer to: Lavochkin La-15, a Cold War-era Soviet jet fighter aircraft Los Angeles City Council District 15, representing the Los Angeles Harbor and Shoestring districts LA15, a postcode district in South Cumbria wi ...

LA-5

LA-5, La-5, LA 5 or LA5 may refer to: Louisianas 5th State Senate district, a state senate district primarily in New Orleans, Louisiana La Cinq, a former French television channel Louisianas 5th congressional district, a federal congressional dis ...

Fantail (disambiguation)

Fantail are birds of the genus Rhipidura and subfamily Rhipidurinae. Fantail may also refer to: Fantail goldfish, a breed of goldfish Windmill fantail, a little windmill - the "fan" - mounted at right angles to the sails at the rear "tail" of a w ...

LA 11

LA 11, LA-11, La-11 or LA11 may refer to: Constituency LA-11, a constituency of the Azad Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly in Pakistan LA11, a postcode district in South Cumbria within the LA postcode area Louisianas 11th State Senate distri ...

LA 17

LA 17, LA-17, La-17 or LA17 may refer to: Louisianas 17th State Senate district, a state senate district representing parts of Acadiana and the Florida Parishes Constituency LA-17, a constituency of the Azad Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly ...

LA 9

LA 9, LA-9, La-9, LA9 or La9 may refer to: Constituency LA-9, a constituency of the Azad Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly in Pakistan Louisiana Highway 9, a north-south road in northern Louisiana Louisianas 9th State Senate district, a stat ...

Andrew Morris

Andrew or Andy Morris may refer to: Andrew Morris footballer born 1982, English football player for Wigan Athletic Andrew Maxwell Morris, English acoustic guitarist, pianist, and singer-songwriter Andrew Morris mayor died 1594, Mayor of Galway, 1 ...

Matthew Morris

Matthew or Matt Morris may refer to: Matt Morris guitarist born 1970, musician, with Plaid Retina Matt Morris musician born 1979, American musician Matt Morris baseball born 1974, Major League Baseball pitcher Matthew Morris born 2003, who uses t ...

Jeff Morris

Jefferson Morris, American singer; national winner of 1958 Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions#1950s Jeffrey Morris, American filmmaker; wrote and directed 2015s Oceanus: Act One Jeff Morris actor 1934–2004, American film and television ...

Morris House

Morris House or Morris Farm may refer to: in Canada Morris House Halifax in the United States by state, then city/town Deshler-Morris House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, NRHP-listed Josie Bassett Morris Ranch Complex, Dinosaur National Monument, U ...

M101

M101 or M-101 may refer to: Messier 101, or the Pinwheel Galaxy, a spiral galaxy in the constellation Ursa Major M-101 Michigan highway, a state highway in Michigan M101 howitzer, a 105 mm light howitzer Myasishchev M-101T Gzhel, an aircraft prod ...

Skyliner (disambiguation)

The Skyliner is a train service between Tokyo and Narita Airport. Skyliner may also refer to: "Skyliner", a song by Boards of Canada on the EP Trans Canada Highway Sky Liner film, a 1949 American film directed by William A. Berke "Skyliner", a Br ...

MP3 (disambiguation)

MP3 Marcy Playground album, 2004 MP3 M. Pokora album, 2008 MP3: Mera Pehla Pyaar, a 2007 Indian film "MP3", the first track on the 2014 album Simplicity by Tesla

George Talbot

George Talbot may refer to: George F. Talbot 1819–1907, Maine attorney and Solicitor of the United States Treasury George Talbot, 6th Earl of Shrewsbury 1528–1590, English statesman George Talbot, 9th Earl of Shrewsbury 1566–1630, Roman Catholic ...

TR2

TR2 may refer to: TR2, a postal district in the TR postcode area Temple Run 2 Tomb Raider II, a video game C++ Technical Report 2, a document proposing additions to the C++ Standard Library after TR1 TAS1R2, a taste receptor a Tr2 2-10-0 steam lo ...

M series

M series computer, a line of computers designed in the USSR Sony Vaio M series, a line of desktop computers and a line of netbook computers ThinkCentre M series, a line of desktop computers

Bob Richardson

Bob Richardson is the name of: Bob Richardson defensive back born 1944, American and Canadian football player Bob Richardson Canadian football born 1948, former Canadian Football League player Bob Richardson pseudonym for Dick Robertson songwrite ...

Billy Baxter

Billy Baxter may refer to: Billy Baxter footballer 1939–2009, Scottish footballer "Billy Baxter" song, a 1980 song by Paul Kelly & the Dots describing the musician Billy Baxter motorcyclist born c. 1963, British motorcyclist who set the blind sol ...

Inside Straight

Inside Straight may refer to: Inside Straight album, an album by jazz saxophonist Cannonball Adderley Inside Straight, a jazz quintet led by Christian McBride formed in 2009 Inside Straight film, a 1951 film starring Mercedes McCambridge "Inside ...

Steal

Steal may refer to: The gaining of a stolen base in baseball the 2004 ALCS stolen base in Game Four, see Dave Roberts outfielder Theft, the illegal act of taking another persons property without that persons freely-given consent Steal film, a 200 ...

List of awards and nominations received by Lisa Ann

Former pornographic actress and director Lisa Ann has been honored with numerous awards and nominations from Adult Video News, XBIZ, X-Rated Critics Organization and others. Ann has won multiple awards for her role in the extremely popular MILF p ...

Firstfruits

FIRSTFRUITS is a United States counterintelligence program and database that tracks unauthorized disclosures of intelligence material in the news media. The projects goal is to reduce losses of collection capability due to journalists. The databa ...

MBB

McKinsey, Boston, Bain, the worlds three largest strategy consulting firms, see Big Three management consultancies Messerschmitt-Bolkow-Blohm, a former West German aircraft company, now part of Airbus Malayan Banking Berhad, a bank and financial ...