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Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39B

Launch Complex 39B is the second of Launch Complex 39s two launch pads, located at NASAs Kennedy Space Center in Merritt Island, Florida. The pad, along with Launch Complex 39A, were first designed for the Saturn V launch vehicle, which at the ti ...

Eddington

Eddington SEPTA station Eddington, Pennsylvania Eddington, Maine

ACMI

ACMI may refer to: American College of Medical Informatics, a college of elected fellows who have made significant and sustained contributions to the field of medical informatics Australian Centre for the Moving Image, an Australian institution d ...

Globetrotter

Globetrotter or globe trotter may refer to: Poullin JP.20 Globe Trotter, a French aircraft of the early 1950s Neoregelia Globetrotter, a bromeliad cultivar "Globe Trotter", a track on the 1991 compilation album Images – The Best of Jean Michel Ja ...

Zeppelin LZ 39

Extensively damaged on 17 May 1915 by Flt Commander Bigsworth. Three raids on the western and two on the eastern front, dropping 4.184 kg 9.224 lb of bombs.

Shit kicker

Cowboy boots - riding boots historically worn by cowboys Combat boots - military boots designed for soldiers Wellington boots - waterproof, almost knee-high boots made from rubber or PVC

Golden Horseshoe (disambiguation)

The Golden Horseshoe is a densely populated and industrialized region centred on the west end of Lake Ontario in Southern Ontario, Canada. Golden Horseshoe may also refer to: Knights of the Golden Horseshoe Expedition, an expedition led by Govern ...

International Shoe Company Building

International Shoe Company Building may refer to the following places: Roberts, Johnson and Rand-International Shoe Company Complex, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Lemp Brewery, former brewery used by ISC in St. Louis City Mu ...

Integrated Head Protection System

The Integrated Head Protection System is the United States Armys newest combat helmet. It was developed by the US Army Soldier Protection System program, and is produced by Ceradyne, a 3M subsidiary. The helmet was first issued in 2019 to troops ...

16th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion

The 16th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion was a United States Marine Corps antiaircraft unit that served during World War II. Formed in 1942 as the 16th Defense Battalion, its original mission was the air and coastal defense of advanced naval bas ...

5th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion

The 5th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion was a United States Marine Corps antiaircraft unit that served during World War II. Formed in 1940 as the 5th Defense Battalion, its original mission was providing air and coastal defense for advanced nava ...

2d Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion (Composite)

The 2d Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion was a United States Marine Corps antiaircraft unit that served during World War II. Formed in 1943 as the 3d Airdrome Battalion, its original mission was strictly providing air defense. On 1 October 1943 th ...

8th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion

The 8th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion was a United States Marine Corps antiaircraft unit that served during World War II. Formed in 1942 as the 8th Defense Battalion, its original mission was the air and coastal defense of advanced naval bases ...

Human challenge study

A human challenge study or human challenge trial is a type of clinical trial for a vaccine or other pharmaceutical involving the intentional exposure of the test subject to the condition tested. Human challenge studies may be ethically controvers ...

HMP

Heterogeneous multi-processing, internal use model of the ARM big.LITTLE architecture Host Monitoring Protocol, an obsolete TCP/IP protocol

Moratorium

Moratorium, may refer to: "Moratorium", a song by Band-Maid on their album Just Bring It United Nations moratorium on the death penalty 2010 U.S. Deepwater Drilling Moratorium Moratorium to End the War in Vietnam Moratorium law Moratorium enterta ...

Greatest Hits (Remo Drive album)

Greatest Hits is the debut studio album by emo/indie rock band Remo Drive. It was self-released on March 16, 2017, and later reissued by Epitaph Records in 2018, when the band signed to the label. The music video for "Yer Killin Me" has amassed o ...

Natural, Everyday Degradation

Natural, Everyday Degradation is the second studio album by Remo Drive, released on May 31, 2019. Natural, Everyday Degradation sees the band take a more artistic direction, drifting away from the emo sound of Greatest Hits. This is their first s ...

Ever After (disambiguation)

Ever After may refer to: Ever After or Ever After: A Cinderella Story, a 1998 American film starring Drew Barrymore and Anjelica Huston Ever After musical, a 2015 musical adaptation starring Christine Ebersole Ever After, a novel by Graham Swift ...

Live in Concert (Sad Cafe album)

Live in Concert is a live double album by English rock band Sad Cafe, released in March 1981 by RCA Records. It was the bands only live album while together and was the last album by the band to be released under RCA. The album peaked at number 3 ...

Live in New York

Live in New York may refer to: Live in New York Kylie Minogue album, released in 2009 Live in New York The Doors live album, 6-disc box set released in 2009 Live In New York The Doors sampler, 2nd disc of The Doors: Box Set, released in 1997 Live ...

Unbalanced

Unbalanced may refer to: Lacking physiological balance Unbalanced circuit, a circuit with unbalanced ports, usually with one terminal connected to common An unbalanced formation in American football Unbalanced chemical equations Unbalanced line, ...

Orbital

Orbitofrontal cortex, a part of the brain used for decision making Orbit anatomy, also known as the orbital bone

LTD

Limited company, a class of company in several countries with limited liability Private company limited by shares, a class of company in the UK or certain Commonwealth nations

Bart (disambiguation)

Bay Area Rapid Transit a transit agency serving the San Francisco Bay Area Basic Aerodynamics Research Tunnel, a wind tunnel facility at the NASA Langley Research Center Best Available Retrofit Technology, review or rule required under the U.S. C ...

Baggage (disambiguation)

"Baggage" House episode, 2010 episode of House Baggage U.S. game show, a 2010 dating game show hosted by Jerry Springer "Baggage" Law & Order: Criminal Intent episode, 2003 episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent "Baggage" Everybody Loves Raymond ...

Vanished Gardens

Vanished Gardens is a 2018 studio album made in collaboration between jazz saxophonist Charles Lloyd, the backing band The Marvels, and roots music singer-songwriter Lucinda Williams. Released on Blue Note Records, the album has received positive ...

Live in Chicago

Live in Chicago, 1999, an album by Joan of Arc .Live in Chicago, an album by Panic at the Disco Just Jug, an alternative title for the 1961 Gene Ammons albums Live in Chicago Live in Chicago Kurt Elling album, a live album by Kurt Elling Live in ...

Live Session

Live Session may refer to: Live Session iTunes Exclusive Death from Above 1979 EP, released in 2005 Live Session EP iTunes Exclusive Panic! at the Disco, released in 2006, Panic! at the Disco discography Live Session EP iTunes Exclusive 3OH!3, re ...

Molly (Lil Dicky song)

Molly is a song by American recording artist Lil Dicky from his debut studio album Professional Rapper. It was released along with the album on July 31, 2015, and it features guest vocals from American singer and lead vocalist of Panic! at the Di ...

Aquafina (disambiguation)

Aquafina is a brand of bottled water products owned by PepsiCo. Aquafina may also refer to: Sextina Aquafina, a fictional character from the U.S. TV series BoJack Horseman Aquafina Soulja Boy song, a 2015 song by Soulja Boy, see Soulja Boy discog ...

Hood Baby 2

The album features 18 songs and collaborators including Gunna, Lil Keed, Future, Lil Yachty, Guap Tarantino, among others. It was named as a sequel to Gotits debut studio album Hood Baby, released in 2018. The album initially contained 35 tracks, ...

IDGAF

IDGAF is an acronym for "I dont give a fuck". It may refer to: "IDGAF" featuring Pharrell & T.I., a song on the 2013 Nelly album M.O. "IDGAF Suite", a song written by Kevin Eubanks and recorded by Billy Hart on the 1985 album Oshumare "IDGAF", a ...

Dont Say That

Dont Say That is a song by American rapper BlocBoy JB featuring Lil Uzi Vert. It was released on October 30, 2018, as the lead single from BlocBoys debut extended play Dont Think That.

Dont Think That

Dont Think That is the debut extended play by American rapper BlocBoy JB. It was released on October 30, 2018, and includes guest features from Lil Uzi Vert and Hoodrich Pablo Juan. The EP was supported by two singles: Both "Dont Say That" featur ...

Slimerre

Slimerre is a collaborative mixtape by American rapper Young Nudy and American record producer Pierre Bourne. It was released on May 8, 2019, by RCA Records. It features guest appearances from 21 Savage, DaBaby, Lil Uzi Vert, and Megan Thee Stall ...

Quay Global

Christopher NQuay, better known by his stage name Quay Global, is an American record producer. He is best known for his work with rapper Lil Baby.

Taking a Walk

Taking a Walk is a song by American rapper Trippie Redd, released as the third single from his debut studio album Lifes a Trip on August 6, 2018. Produced by co-songwriters Scott Storch and Avedon, it is Redds highest-charting song to date.

Wake Up Call

Wake Up Call 2002 TV program, a 2002–2005 American business news television program that aired on CNBC "The Wake Up Call" The West Wing, a 2005 season 6 episode of the U.S. political drama television series The West Wing "Wake Up Call" Once Upon ...

Topanga (disambiguation)

"Topanga", a single by American rapper Trippie Redd on the 2018 mixtape A Love Letter to You 3 Topanga album, a 1994 album by Scottish-Australian singer Colin Hay PUP band, a Canadian band formerly known as Topanga Topanga Lawrence, a character f ...

Until the End

Until the End may refer to: "Until the End", a song by Avenged Sevenfold on the album Live in the LBC & Diamonds in the Rough Until the End EP, an EP by coldrain "Until the End", a song by Heavenly from their 2001 album Sign of the Winner "Until ...

Nothing Lasts Forever

Nothing Lasts Forever may refer to: Nothing Lasts Forever album, a 1998 album by Defiance Nothing Lasts Forever EP, a 2010 EP by Coldrain Nothing Lasts Forever mini-album, a 1997 mini-album by Tribe of Gypsies "Nothing Lasts Forever" Natalia Kill ...

Actinidia tetramera

Actinidia tetramera is a species of flowering plant belonging to the family Actinidiaceae, that is native to Central China. It is a vigorous climber that can reach 8 m tall and broad. The ovate leaves are dark green with bright white flashes on t ...

Conophytum obcordellum

Conophytum obcordellum is a species of flowering plant in the family Aizoaceae, native to the Western Cape of South Africa. It is a small clump-forming succulent, growing to 10cm tall and 1m broad, forming glossy grey pebble-shaped growths, heavi ...

Bartenura wine

Bartenura wine is an international brand of the Royal Wine Company, a kosher wine manufacturer. The wine is sourced from the Provincia di Pavia, Italy and is named for Rabbi Ovadia ben Avraham of Bertinoro, the 15 th century Italian rabbi. This w ...

Copley

Australia Copley, South Australia England Copley, County Durham Copley, Greater Manchester, formerly in Cheshire Copley Academy, in that area Copley, West Yorkshire Wales Copley, Swansea United States of America Copley Place, an indoor shopping m ...

Emilienne Rochecouste

Marie Louise Emilienne Rochecouste was a Mauritian politician. In 1948 she became the first woman elected to the Legislative Council, serving until 1953.

Anna Kozminska

Anna Kozminska is a Polish World War II heroine who was recognized as a Righteous Among the Nations in 1991. Kozminska lived in Czestochowa, Poland with her father and step mother. From 1943-1945 they sheltered Abraham Joblonski, a young Polish J ...

Adam Olsufiev

Adam Vasilyevich Olsufiev was a figure in the Russian Enlightenment, a lover of literature, the patron of opera and theaters, Cabinet Minister and State Secretary of Empress Catherine II. He ended his career as a senator with the rank of Actual P ...

Heinrich W. Schwab

Born in Ludwigshafen Schwab received his doctorate from the University of Saarbrucken in 1964 with a thesis on the influences of 18th century music on that of the 19th century. From 1966 he took part in a research project at the University of Kie ...