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Crystal Island: Lost Investigation

Crystal Island: Lost Investigation is an online 3D first-person educational video game aimed at teaching students middle-grade science and literacy. It was created by a large team of computer scientists, game designers, teachers, educational psyc ...

Big Apple (disambiguation)

The Big Apple is a nickname for New York City, New York, United States. Big Apple may also refer to: "Big Apple Rappin", a 1980 rap single by Spyder-D Big Apple Amtrak train, a train operated by Amtrak, now merged into Keystone Service Big Apple ...

NZ COVID Tracer

The NZ COVID Tracer is a contact tracing app that launched by New Zealands Ministry of Health on 20 May 2020 to help combat the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The app is available on App Store and Google Play and allows users to scan their QR codes a ...

How Do You Love? (album)

How Do You Love? is the second studio album by the American punk rock band The Regrettes. It was released on August 9, 2019 through Warner Bros., as the follow-up to their previous album Feel Your Feelings Fool!. The album was produced by Mike El ...

Rohit Mehta

Om Prakash Mehta, known professionally as Rohit Mehta is an Indian actor and model, who works in Bollywood films, Television series, web series, and commercial advertisements. He has appeared in over 70 commercials and print advertisements for In ...

L.J. Sevin

Leonce John "L.J." Sevin, Jr. was described by a Dallas newspaper, when he died, as "Mostek co-founder, venture capitalist." He was also co-founder of Sevin Rosen Funds.

Paul Stone

Paul Stone is an American businessman, and the president and chief executive officer of The Hertz Corporation since May 2020. Stone spent 28 years career with Walmart as a store manager rising to Western US divisional senior vice president. In Ma ...

H. Loren Nielsen

H. Loren Nielsen is a leading entertainment technology consultant who spearheaded the entertainment industry’s transition from film to digital cinema. As co-founder and president of Entertainment Technology Consultants, Nielsen spent 23 years fac ...

Amelia Kunoth

Amelia Kunoth nee Pavey, was an Aboriginal woman born at Kulgera in the Northern Territory and went on to become a housemaid and nurse at the Alice Springs Telegraph Station before marrying Harry Edward Kunoth following which the couple spent man ...

Spielberg (disambiguation)

Steven Spielberg is an American film director and producer. Spielberg may also refer to: Spielberg surname known as the location of the Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring formerly A1-Ring Spielberg, Styria, a city in Styria, Austr ...

Hollywood Girl

Hollywood Girl or Hollywood Girls may refer to: "Hollywood Girl", a song by Drake Bell from his 2005 album Telegraph album "Holywood Girl", a song by English singer Lee Hutton during the 2011 Dansk Melodi Grand Prix in a bid to represent Denmark ...

87North Productions

87North Productions is an American film production company led by David Leitch and Kelly McCormick. Under 87North Productions, the company is responsible for the feature-length films Nobody, and the reboot of Kung Fu.

Nicolas Clermont

Nicolas Clermont (born 1 January, 1942 in Neuilly was a film producer. He died on 11 April 2001 in Montreal. He was noted for his involvement in the Canadian film industry.

Sincere (disambiguation)

Jean Sincere 1919–2013, American film, television, theater and voice actress Lamont Sincere, American singer, songwriter and record producer Seth Sincere, Nigerian footballer Salvatore Sincere, American professional wrestler

Radio Voice Italia

Radio Voice Italia is a media company, known for Italian US American international internet radio broadcasts and archives. RVI was featured in DELCO NEWS. Live and archived internet radio shows, hosted by founder Joe Morinelli and Co-host Executi ...

Andrew Higgins (disambiguation)

Andrew Higgins was an American shipbuilder. Andrew or Andy Higgins may also refer to: Andy Higgins footballer, born 1993, Australian football soccer player Andy Higgins footballer, born 1960, English football soccer player Andrew Higgins rugby un ...

Climate change in Algeria

Climate change has wide reaching effects on the country of Algeria. Algeria was not a significant contributor to climate change, but like other countries in the Mena region, is expected to be on the front-lines of climate change impacts. Because ...

UNB

UNB may refer to: University of New Brunswick Unnilbium Unb, a chemical element now known as Nobelium Barrientista National Union Spanish: Unidad Nacional Barrientista, a political party in Bolivia University of Brasilia Ultra Narrow Band, a netw ...

Eastern Railway

Eastern Railway or Railroad may refer to: Eastern Railway India Eastern Railroad Pennsylvania, leased by the Monongahela Connecting Railroad Austrian Eastern Railway, a former railway company in the Austrian Empire and Austria-Hungary Eastern Rai ...

Maule

Condado de Maule is Spanish Count Maule, Chile, commune and town of Talca province in the Maule Region of Chile Maule Region, one of the 15 Regions that make up the Chilean territory Maule, Yvelines is a commune in the Yvelines department of Fran ...

LOF

LOF may refer to: In acronyms and codes: London & Overseas Freighters, a defunct UK merchant shipping company Local Outlier Factor, an anomaly detection algorithm Libbey–Owens–Ford, an automotive and building glass manufacturer Trans States Airli ...

VTU (disambiguation)

VTU stands for Visvesvaraya Technological University, in Karnataka State, India. VTU may also refer to: Victoria Teachers Mutual Bank, Australia, formerly VTU Credit Union Video teleconferencing unit Turpial Airlines, Venezuela, ICAO airline desi ...

South Brother Island

South Brother Island may refer to: South Brother Island, Connecticut, USA, in the Atlantic Ocean off Eat Lyme South Brother Island, one of The Brothers in New Zealand South Brother Island, India, in the Andaman Islands, Indian Ocean South Brother ...

Natrona

Natrona may refer to the following in the United States and Egypt: In Pennsylvania: Natrona, Pennsylvania Natrona High School Natrona Bottling Company, soda pop works in the above Natrona Heights, Pennsylvania Harrison Township, Allegheny County, ...

PGE

PGE may refer to: PGE Park Pacific Gas and Electric Company, commonly abbreviated PG&E Polska Grupa Energetyczna Parser Grammar Engine, Perl 6 rule compiler/interpreter for the Parrot virtual machine Pacific Gas & Electric band, an American b ...

Jeju

Jeju may refer to: The Jeju Black, a cattle breed from the island Jeju dog, a dog native to Jejudo Jeju City, the biggest city on Jejudo Jeju Province formerly transliterated Cheju, a province of South Korea comprising Jejudo Jeju Island Jejudo, ...

Henri Lachmann

Henri Lachmann, born in Colmar on September 13, 1938, is a French business executive. He served as chairman and CEO of Schneider Electric from 1999 to 2005.

MKB

MKB Fakel, a Russian government-owned aerospace defense corporation MKB Raduga, a Russian aerospace company MKB Bank, the third-biggest commercial bank in Hungary

Bank of Ireland Mortgage Bank v Coleman

Bank of Ireland Mortgage Bank v Coleman 3 IR 699 is an Irish Supreme Court case in which the Court clarified the inherent jurisdiction of the court with respect of a solicitors misconduct. The court also considered the remedies available where a ...

Bank Building

Bank Building Uxbridge, Massachusetts, a historic building located at 40–44 South Street, in Uxbridge, Massachusetts Bank Building Accomac, Virginia, listed on the National Register of Historic Places listings in Accomack County, Virginia

Bottler

Bottling company, a company which mixes drink ingredients and fills up cans and bottles with the drink Bottler truck type, truck bodies with roll-up side doors specifically designed to bottles and tanks

Clinton (disambiguation)

Castle Clinton, New York City Clinton Correctional Facility, Dannemora, New York Clinton State Park, Kansas Port Clinton, Pennsylvania CFB Clinton, a Canadian Forces Base near Clinton, Ontario DeWitt Clinton High School, Bronx, New York Success A ...

Jitney

Jitney may refer to: share taxis that competed with streetcars Hampton Jitney, a for-profit bus company based in Southampton, NY an archaic name for a nickel United States coin a dollar van A casual darts event with partners drawn at random and n ...

Optima (disambiguation)

Optima can refer to: Optima, a convenience store operated by Sunoco at Wal-Mart stores Optima Bank Kyrgyzstan Optima grape, a German grape variety Optima, a typeface Optima, a barque wrecked in 1905 Optima Card, a revolving credit card issued by ...

Elizabeth Ibanda–Nahamya

Elizabeth Ibanda–Nahamya is a Ugandan lawyer and judge, who, on 22 March 2018, was appointed Judge of the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals. The appointment by Antonio Guterres, the Secretary General of the United Nations, was in rep ...

IMCO

IMCO may refer to: the Intercontinental Manufacturing Company the Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization until 1982, today IMO the International Match Corporation, New York, founded 1923. Part of Kreuger & Toll. Bankrupt in 1932. t ...

Masterblaster (film)

Tom Law as Ish Yoshimitsu Yamada as Yamada Raymond Forchion as Lincoln Shakir Kari Whitman as Jennifer Big Mike Tiederberg as Gunther Lou Ann Carroll as Vicki Jeff Moldovan as Jeremy Hawk Donna Rosea as Samantha Rosen Ron Burgs as Bobby Jo Pete L ...

Grampian (disambiguation)

The Grampians are a mountain range in Scotland. Grampian or Grampians may also refer to: In Scotland: Grampian Television now STV North, the ITV licensee for Northern Scotland Grampian, a former local government region of Scotland In Australia: G ...

Maxence Melo Mubyazi

Maxence Melo Mubyazi is investigative journalist and the owner and co-founder of a popular East and Central African platform and discussion forum, especially for whistleblowers in Tanzania. He was awarded 2019 with the CPJ International Press Fre ...

Lose Somebody

Lose Somebody is a song by Norwegian DJ Kygo and American band OneRepublic. It was released through Sony Music on 15 May 2020 as the fifth single from Kygos upcoming third studio album Golden Hour. The song was written by Kyrre Gorvell-Dahll, Phi ...

HSG

HSG may refer to: BNR class HSG, a class of locomotives Hathersage railway station, England Hawker Siddeley Group, a former British aircraft manufacturer University of St. Gallen, in Switzerland Saga Airport, in Japan Hira Singh railway station, ...

Morsko

Morsko may refer to the following places: Morsko, Lubusz Voivodeship, a village in the administrative district of Gmina Krosno Odrzanskie, within Krosno Odrzanskie County, Lubusz Voivodeship, in western Poland Morsko, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, a ...

Maria Elisa Alvarez Obaya

Maria Elisa Alvarez Obaya was born in Villaviciosa, Asturias on 12 January 1934. She studied pharmacy at the University of Santiago de Compostela and the University of Barcelona, graduating in 1961. After receiving her degree, she moved to Haria, ...

Technopark

Technopark or Technoparc may refer to: Tekhnopark Moscow Metro, a station of the Zamoskvoretskaya Line of the Moscow Metro Technopark Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch, South Africa Elgazala Technopark, the first technopark in Tunisia Parc dentreprises ...

Battle of Sauce (1870)

Battle of Sauce was a Uruguayan combat between the Blancos army under the command of Timoteo Aparicio, and the Colorado government troops, under Colonel Jose Gregorio Suarez. It occurred on the banks of the Arroyo del Sauce, Canelones Department, ...

GBE

GBE is the highest appointment of the Order of the British Empire, given in recognition for contributions to the arts, science or public service. GBE or Gbe may also refer to:

Michael Wirth

Michael Wirth is the present CEO of Chevron Corporation. He started the position in 2017, replacing John Watson. Previously he served as the vice chairman of the board of directors of the company.

EAI

EAI may refer to: European Alliance for Innovation, a professional association Electroacoustic improvisation Email address internationalization Engineering Animation, a defunct American visualization software company Element AI, a Canadian artifi ...

Comsteel

Comsteel is an Australian manufacturer of steel products based in the Newcastle suburb of Waratah. It is a subsidiary of American Industrial Partners.

Emerge

Emerge may refer to: emerge, a command-line tool at the heart of Portage package management system EMERGE Forum is an initiative by NASSCOM to promote emerging/start-up IT companies in India Emerge, a frontend for the diff and diff3 commands for ...