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SPRM

Selective progesterone receptor modulator Sprm1, a POU domain protein also known as POU5F2 Supplemental Performance Report Message Surface plasmon resonance microscopy

                                               

Head in the Clouds (Gerry Cinnamon song)

Where Were Going is a song by Scottish singer-songwriter and acoustic guitarist Gerry Cinnamon. It was released as a single on 13 April 2020 by Little Runaway Records as the sixth single from his second studio album The Bonny.

                                               

Over and Out

"Over & Out", by Nuno Bettencourt from his album Mourning Widows "Over and Out", by Foo Fighters from their album In Your Honor "Over and Out", by Alkaline Trio from their 2008 album Agony & Irony "Over and Out", by 5 Seconds of Summer, the B-sid ...

                                               

Cynocephalus (disambiguation)

Cynocephalus may refer to; Rainette nebuleuse Scinax cynocephalus, a species of frog in the family Hylidae Yellow baboon Papio cynocephalus, a baboon from the Old World monkey family Thylacine Thylacinus cynocephalus, commonly known as the Tasman ...

                                               

My Kind of Love

My Kind of Love may refer to several songs: "My Kinda Love", 1929 song by Alter and Trent, also recorded as "My Kind of Love" by Sarah Vaughan in 1964 "My Kind Of Love", 1968 single by country singer Dave Dudley "My Kind Of Love", 1969 single by ...

                                               

Natural elements

Abundance of the chemical elements, the relative occurrence of chemical elements Natural abundance, the relative amounts of isotopes of a chemical element Chemical elements that are not synthesised Classical element, the concept in ancient Greece ...

                                               

Marcus Magius Maximus

Marcus Magius Maximus was an eques active during the reign of the emperor Augustus. Maximus was prefect of Roman Egypt from AD 12 to 14. It was thought Maximus had been appointed prefect of Egypt twice -- the only person to hold this office twice ...

                                               

Theoxena (disambiguation)

Theoxena is an ancient Greek name and can refer to: Theoxena of Egypt flourished possibly late second half of 4th century BC and first half of 3rd century BC, a Syracusan princess, daughter of Theoxena of Syracuse and Agathocles of Syracuse Theox ...

                                               

Hierapolis (disambiguation)

Hierapolis or Hieropolis may refer to these Ancient cities in different Roman provinces of the Hellenistic world, and several former bishoprics having see in such city: in modern Turkey Hierapolis in Phrygia remains a Latin Catholic Metropolitan ...

                                               

Pyrrhias

Pyrrhias, Aetolian winner in stadion race, Ancient Olympic Games 200 BC Pyrrhias, a ferryman of Ithaca in Plutarchs Moralia Pyrrhias, a slave character in the comedy Dyskolos by Menander Pyrrhias of Aetolia, general, late 3rd century BC.

                                               

Mali Vrh

Mali Vrh may refer to several places in Slovenia: Mali Vrh pri Prezganju, a settlement in the City Municipality of Ljubljana Mali Vrh, Brezice, a settlement in the Municipality of Brezice Mali Vrh, Smartno ob Paki, a settlement in the Municipalit ...

                                               

Mesembria (disambiguation)

Mesembria, modern Nesebar, is an ancient Greek city in Thrace, on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria. Mesembria or Messembria or Mesambria may also refer to: Mesimvria, Evros, a modern Greek village near Mesembria–Zone. Mesambria Aegean Sea, another ...

                                               

History of Ukrainian hryvnia

The history of the Ukrainian hryvnia refers to more than 1200 years since the Kyiv princes established the silver ignots called hryvnias as a mean of money and a measure of weight during early Kyiv Rus. The hryvnia has been the national currency ...

                                               

Sweetening (disambiguation)

Sweetening is the process of making food more sweet. Wikipedia does not yet have an article on this process. Sweetening may also refer to: Pipe sweetening, a method by which foul tasting residues are removed from the bowl and shank of a briar tob ...

                                               

Babygrow

A babygrow, babygro, sleepsuit or sleep suit in British English is a one-piece item of baby clothing with long sleeves and legs used for sleep and everyday wear. They are typically made from cotton and closed with snaps, although they may also be ...

                                               

Taksin Hospital

Taksin Hospital is a hospital in Thailand located in Khlong San District, Bangkok. Taksin Hospital is a public hospital operated by the Medical Service Department, Bangkok Metropolitan Administration. It is an affiliated hospital of the Faculty o ...

                                               

Evry – Courcouronnes (Paris RER)

Evry-Courcouronnes is a RER station in Evry, Essonne, Ile-de-France, France. The station was opened in 1975 and is on the Grigny–Corbeil-Essonnes railway. The RER Line D, which is operated by the SNCF, serves the station.

                                               

Glen Leavitt

Leavitt was born in 1973 in St. George, Utah. Leavitt moved from Las Vegas to Boulder City, Nevada when he was ten years old. Leavitt graduated from Boulder City High School in 1992. Leavitt earned a B.A. in political science from Brigham Young U ...

                                               

William Jefferson Hardin

William Jefferson Hardin was born around 1831, in Russellville, Kentucky, to a white father and a half-black mother. He claimed to be the nephew of Benjamin Hardin, but his claims were never proven. He was raised by Shakers in Bowling Green, Kent ...

                                               

Gershasp (Shahnameh)

Gershasp was the last Shah of the Pishdadian dynasty of Persia according to Shahnameh. He was a descendant of Zaav, ruling over the Persian Empire for about nine years.

                                               

Qaren

Qaren is present in the Shahnameh during the period of Fereydoun. He is alongside gladiators, such as Nariman, Shapur, Nastooh, Shidoosh and Shirvy. All of these fighters are involved in the battle of Manuchehr because of Kane Iraj.

                                               

Church of the Cross (disambiguation)

Church of the Cross may refer to: Church of the Cross, in Norwegian: Korskirken, a Church of the Church of Norway in Bergen, Norway. Church of the Cross, a historic church on Calhoun Street in Bluffton, South Carolina. Church of the Cross, Riga L ...

                                               

Toplica

Toplica may refer to: Toplica, Prilep, a village in North Macedonia Toplica Srebrenica, a village in Bosnia and Herzegovina Toplica Spasojevic, Serbian football official Toplica, Vrapciste, a settlement in Vrapciste Municipality, North Macedonia ...

                                               

Wooden church

Wooden church may refer to: Wooden churches of the Slovak Carpathians, including three articular churches Wooden churches in Ukraine Wooden churches of Maramureș, Romania Carpathian wooden churches Wooden churches of Southern Lesser Poland Wooden ...

                                               

Siege of Rome

Siege of Rome may refer to: Siege of Rome 508 BC, by Clusium Capture of Rome 1870, by Sardinia Siege of Rome 549–550, by the Ostrogoths Siege of Rome 537–538, by the Ostrogoths Sack of Rome 410, by Visigoths under Alaric Siege of Rome 472, by Ric ...

                                               

Sarus

Sarus may refer to: Germanic culture Sarus Sorli, a son of the Norse mythological king, Jonakr Sarus Serila, a semi-historic figure who, in the fourth century, on behalf of his sister Svanhildr, attacked Ermanaric, king of the Ostrogoths Sarus th ...

                                               

Studium

Studium is a latin word meaning "study", "zeal", "dedication", etc. It may refer to: Studium Biblicum Franciscanum, a Franciscan academic society in Jerusalem Chavagnes Studium, a center for the study of the Liberal Arts Studium Generale Marcianu ...

                                               

Conflans

Conflans is the name or part of the name of ten communes of France: Conflans-sur-Seine in the Marne departement Bourguignon-les-Conflans in the Haute-Saone departement Conflans-en-Jarnisy in the Meurthe-et-Moselle departement Dampierre-les-Confla ...

                                               

Richard William Pfaff

He completed his B.A. in history at Harvard College. He later received the Rhodes scholarship and attended Magdalene College, Oxford, where he received his D.Phil in history. He served as an emeritus professor of history at the University of Nort ...

                                               

Eachwick

Eachwick is a hamlet and former civil parish 11 miles from Morpeth, now in the parish of Stamfordham, in the county of Northumberland, England. In 1951 the parish had a population of 69.

                                               

Heavy Light (U.S. Girls album)

Heavy Light is the seventh studio album by American musician and producer Meghan Remy, under her solo project U.S. Girls. It was released March 6, 2020 under 4AD.

                                               

Ron Anderson

Ron Anderson basketball, born 1958, former NBA player Ron Anderson ice hockey, born 1948, former WHA player Chicago, Cleveland born in Ontario Ron Anderson ice hockey, born 1950, former NHL player Washington Capitals born in New Brunswick Ron And ...

                                               

Potbelly

Potbelly may refer to: Potbelly stove, a type of cast-iron wood-burning stove Pot belly, deposits of body fat localised around the abdomen Gobekli Tepe, Turkish for "Potbelly Hill" Potbelly airplant Potbelly sculpture, a type of ancient monument ...

                                               

Thought (disambiguation)

Thought encompasses an "aim-oriented flow of ideas and associations that can lead to a reality-oriented conclusion". Thought may also refer to: School of thought, a collections of ideas that result from the adoption of a particular paradigm "Thou ...

                                               

Lion Capital

The Lion Capital of Ashoka, a sculpture used as the national emblem of India Mathura lion capital, an Indo-Scythian sandstone capital from Mathura in India

                                               

Columbus Civic Center (Ohio)

The Columbus Civic Center is a civic center, a collection of government buildings, museums, and open park space in Downtown Columbus, Ohio. The site is located along the Scioto Mile recreation area and historically was directly on the banks of th ...

                                               

Geodesic (disambiguation)

A geodesic is a generalization of the notion of a "straight line" to "curved spaces" where you cannot travel in a straight line. In that sense, it is related to: Graph geodesic Prime geodesic Geodesics in general relativity Closed geodesic Geodes ...

                                               

Nujais Shrine

The Nujais Shrine is the mausoleum of a Roman family, and is one of the ruins that remains in the city of Amman, Jordan, and is located near Tabarbour, north of Amman, close to the old Roman road in the city of Jerash. It can be reached from the ...

                                               

Fernsehturm

Fernsehturm is the German word for television tower. A number of German cities have television towers and each will usually be referred to simply as "Fernsehturm" by the inhabitants of the city. The correct term for the tower as a Building althou ...

                                               

Kempegowda International Airport halt railway station

Kempegowda International Airport halt is an upcoming Indian Railways Train station located near Kempegowda International Airport, Bangalore in the Indian state of Karnataka which is located about 45 km away from the Bangalore City railway station ...

                                               

Kebasen railway station

The Original station was built by Staatsspoorwegen SS Under The Dutch East Indies, this coincides with the opening of the Notog tunnel and the Kebasen tunnel in 1915. initially the old building had 3 tracks, with the second track being a passing ...

                                               

Commercial Bay (skyscraper)

Commercial Bay is a development in Auckland, New Zealand, originally scheduled to open in March 2020. On the 27th of March, 2020, it was announced the opening would be delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic. The development consists of a 39 ...

                                               

Headquarters (disambiguation)

Headquarters denotes the location where most, if not all, of the important functions of an organization are coordinated. Headquarters may also refer to: Headquarters the Monkees album, 1967 Headquarters, Nebraska, a ghost town in the United State ...

                                               

Washingtons Headquarters

Washingtons Headquarters may refer to: Washingtons Headquarters State Historic Site, Newburgh, New York, April 1782 to August 1783 Longfellow House–Washingtons Headquarters National Historic Site, Cambridge, Massachusetts, July 1775 to April 1776 ...

                                               

Nikolai Protopopov

Nikolai Ivanovich Protopopov was a Russian military leader. General from Infantry. Hero of the First World War. Member of the Russian-Turkish war.

                                               

Januarius Tsikhovich

Januarius Kazimirovich Tsikhovich was a Russian commander, lieutenant general, division general of the Polish Army.

                                               

Bottle tree

Bottle tree or bottle-tree may refer to: Adansonia gregorii the boab Adenium obesum subsp. socotranum, Apocynaceae, of Socotra Adansonia species, the baobabs; Ceiba species, the floss silk tree or palo borracho of South America. Several genera of ...

                                               

Farmer House

Farmer House may refer to: sorted by state, then city/town Neville and Helen Farmer Lustron House, Decatur, Georgia, listed on the NRHP in DeKalb County Farmer-Goodwin House, Tempe, Arizona, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP ...

                                               

Knight House

Knight House may refer to: in the United States by state then town Knight-Stout House, Finchville, Kentucky, listed on the NRHP in Shelby County Knights-Morey House, Goshen, New Hampshire, listed on the NRHP in Sullivan County J. B. Knight House, ...

                                               

Kay Raseroka

Helen Kay Raseroka is a librarian who was born in Kwazulu-Natal with Botswana citizenship. She is a former President of The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions from 2003-2005, under the theme Libraries for lifelong l ...