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Jolla (disambiguation)

Jolla may refer to: Jolla OS, a misnomer for Sailfish OS, a mobile operating system developed by Jolla Jolla Launcher, the software to replicate Sailfish OS behaviour, UI and experience on Android OS devices Jolla Tablet, a tablet developed by Jo ...

                                               

Wallpaper Engine

Wallpaper Engine is an application for Windows which allows users to use and create animated and interactive wallpapers. Wallpapers are shared through the Steam Workshop functionality as paid user-created downloadable content. It features its own ...

                                               

Rede Ferroviaria do Nordeste 701 class

The Rede Ferroviaria do Nordeste 701 class were a class of 13 A1A-A1A 874 hp locomotives for metre-gauge track ordered in 1951 and delivered in 1954. Power and transmission components were supplied by English Electric, while The Vulcan Foundry wa ...

                                               

Franklyn Perring

Franklyn Hugh Perring PhD, OBE was a British naturalist, regarded as "one of the most influential botanists and nature conservationists of the 20th century". Perring authored or co-edited over a dozen floras, conservation articles and wild flower ...

                                               

Dehing patkai landscape

Dehing Patkai Landscape, located in the Upper Assam, stretches for over roughly 600 square kilometres and comprises of three large blocks of forests and several forest fragments. The forest is classified as a lowland Tropical Wet Evergreen Forest ...

                                               

Coaxial (disambiguation)

Coaxial power connector, low-current connectors commonly used on consumer electronics Coaxial connector, any one of various common types of RF connector

                                               

Northrop N-1

The N-1 was a development of an earlier flying wing bomber concept from 1937, when Jack Northrop worked for Douglas Aircraft Company at El Segundo, California. This concept featured a fuselage that protruded forward of the leading edge of the win ...

                                               

Engadine

Engadine, a valley region in most southeastern Switzerland Engadine, Michigan, a small town in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan Engadine Candler, North Carolina, a building listed on the National Register of Historic Places Engadine, New South Wal ...

                                               

Chincoteague

Chincoteague Channel, a channel in Virginia connecting Chincoteague Bay and Chincoteague Inlet Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, a wildlife refuge on the Virginia portion of Assateague Island Chincoteague, Virginia, a town in Virginia Chinco ...

                                               

Biscayne

Biscayne may refer to: Chevrolet Biscayne, a series of automobile Bay Biscayne creeping-oxeye, a plant in the Heliantheae tribe of the Asteraceae sunflower family. Biscayne, an ethnonym and demonym cognate to Spanish vizcaino USS Biscayne AVP-11, ...

                                               

Matagorda

Matagorda may refer to: Geography Matagorda County, Texas Matagorda Island, a barrier island on the coast of Texas Matagorda, Texas, an unincorporated community in Texas Matagorda Island State Park, on Matagorda Island in Texas Matagorda Bay, on ...

                                               

Schleicher AS 33

The Schleicher AS 33 is a German glider manufactured by Alexander Schleicher. The prototype had its maiden flight from Huhnrain Airport, Poppenhausen near Frankfurt on 23 January 2020. The design can be flown in the 18 metre class or in the 15 me ...

                                               

Rotary

Rotary system, a type of pre-electronic telephone switch Rotary tiller, a motorised cultivator Rotary latch Rotary milking shed, a type of milking shed used in the dairy industry Rotary snowplow, one type of railroad snowplow used especially for ...

                                               

AD 1 (disambiguation)

AD 1 was the year 1 anno Domini in the Julian calendar. AD 1 or AD-1 may also refer to: Douglas AD-1 Skyraider, an attack aircraft developed in the 1940s AD.1 or AD Seaplane Type 1000, a British seaplane of the First World War NASA AD-1, an obliq ...

                                               

Crew Dragon C201

Crew Dragon C201 was a Crew Dragon spacecraft manufactured and operated by SpaceX and used by NASAs Commercial Crew Program. Used in the uncrewed Demo-1 mission, it was launched atop a Falcon 9 rocket on 2 March 2019, arriving at the Internationa ...

                                               

Crew Dragon C207

Crew Dragon C207 is a Crew Dragon spacecraft manufactured by SpaceX and built under NASAs Commercial Crew Program. It is scheduled to be flown on the Crew-1 mission in September 2020, transporting four members of the Expedition 64 to the Internat ...

                                               

IDSS

IDSS can mean: International Docking System Standard, a standard for interoperable spacecraft docking mechanisms Institute for Defence and Strategic Studies Integrated Decision Support System Integrated Development Support System MIT Institute fo ...

                                               

Galvanic

Galvanic may refer to: Galvanic current Galvanic anode Galvanization Galvanism Galvanic series Galvanic bath Galvanic vestibular stimulation Galvanic cell Operation Galvanic, World War II attack which included the Battle of Tarawa Galvanic isolat ...

                                               

Aluminium-based nanogalvanic alloys

Aluminium-based nanogalvanic alloys refer to a class of nanostructured metal powders that spontaneously and rapidly produce hydrogen gas upon contact with water or any liquid containing water as a result of their galvanic metal microstructure. It ...

                                               

Accumulator

Accumulator may refer to: Accumulator computing, in a CPU, a processor register for storing intermediate results Capacitor, in electrical engineering, also known by the obsolete term accumulator Accumulator cryptography, a value, determined by a ...

                                               

Jigger

Ice jigger, used for setting fish nets under ice between two distant holes Hydraulic jigger, a hydraulically powered mechanical winch Jigger bartending, used to measure out a jigger 1.5 US fluid ounces of liquor Pallet jack, used to lift and move ...

                                               

Spreader

Spreader may refer to: Hydraulic spreader, a tool used by emergency crews in vehicle extrication Broadcast spreader, an agricultural machinery or lawn care tool designed to spread seed, fertilizer, lime, sand, ice melt, etc. Spreader sailboat, a ...

                                               

Soo Line

Soo Line may refer to: Soo Line Corporation, a corporation that manages the Soo Line Railroad Soo Line Depot disambiguation, various train stations Soo Line locomotives, a list page Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie Depot disambiguation, ...

                                               

Northern Railway

Northern Railway may refer to: Emperor Ferdinand Northern Railway, a former railway company in the Austrian Empire Northern Railway California, predecessor of the Southern Pacific Company Northern Railway Russia Northern Railway Zone India Nevada ...

                                               

Code protection

Code protection may refer to: In embedded microprocessors, hardware copy protection schemes by which firmware programmed into a microcontroller may be executed internally but is not readable or easily duplicated. In computing, source code protect ...

                                               

Assignment

Assignment, assign or The Assignment may refer to: The Assignment, a book by Sophie Labelle Assignment, another word for homework Along with clearing, a stage in exercising a financial option The Assignment, a Chick tract Assignment mathematical ...

                                               

PMBR

PMBR may refer to: primary master boot record, also in reference to GPTs. Because the GPT scheme stores a copy of the table not only at logical block address LBA 1 but also on the last sectors of the disk, the one at LBA 1 would be the primary. P ...

                                               

Bipolar magnetic semiconductor

Bipolar magnetic semiconductors are a special class of magnetic semiconductors characterized by an unique electronic structure, where valence band maximum and conduction band minimum are fully spin polarized in the opposite spin direction. BMSs c ...

                                               

Turret (disambiguation)

A turret is a small tower that projects above the wall of a building. Turret may also refer to: Turret toolholder, an indexable holder of multiple tools Turret anatomy, an element of the anatomy of a turret sponge Trading turret, a specialised te ...

                                               

Gosta Hokmark

Major General Anders Gosta Hokmark was a Swedish Army officer. His senior commands include postings as Chief of the Army Staff and the General Staff Corps and military commander of Bergslagen Military District.

                                               

Sabla Wangel Hailu

Sabla Wangel Hailu was an Ethiopian aristocrat and the second wife of the uncrowned Emperor of Ethiopia, Lij Iyasu.

                                               

National Defense Research University

The National Defense Research University is a higher educational institution of the Armed Forces of Armenia. It is roughly the equivalent of to the American National Defense University in Washington, D.C.

                                               

Hussein Arnous

Hussein Arnous is a Syrian politician who has served as acting Prime Minister of Syria since 11 June 2020. Arnous appointment was announced by state media shortly after it was reported that President Bashar al-Assad had fired previous Prime Minis ...

                                               

Parque Eolico Chiloe

Chiloe Wind Farm is a wind farm planned to be constructed by Ecopower in a sector called Mar Brava west of Ancud in Chiloe Island, Chile. Chiloe Wind Farm is one four large wind farm projects approved by Sistema de Evaluacion de Impacto Ambiental ...

                                               

National Route 36 (Costa Rica)

National Primary Route 36, or just Route 36 is a National Road Route of Costa Rica, located in the Limon province.

                                               

National Route 147 (Costa Rica)

National Secondary Route 147, or just Route 147 is a National Road Route of Costa Rica, located in the San Jose, Alajuela provinces. It is locally known as either Radial Lindora, Radial San Antonio or Radial Santa Ana.

                                               

MCH

Melanin concentrating hormone Microfibrillar collagen hemostat Mean corpuscular hemoglobin or mean cell hemoglobin Maternal and child health Master of Surgery, written as either M.Ch. or Ch.M. Molecular clock hypothesis

                                               

George Floyd protests in Minneapolis–St. Paul

George Floyd protests in Minneapolis–Saint Paul, also referred to as Minneapolis riots or Minneapolis uprising, are civil unrest that began on May 26, 2020. Protests began in Minneapolis as a response to the killing of George Floyd, a 46-year-old ...

                                               

Riviere des Meres

The Riviere des Meres is a tributary of the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River. This watercourse flows in the municipalities of Saint-Michel-de-Bellechasse and Saint-Vallier, in the Bellechasse Regional County Municipality, in the administra ...

                                               

VIPR

VIPR can refer to: Volumetric Imaging and Processing of Integrated Radar Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response team TSA program in the US VIPR1, a G protein-coupled receptor EMC ViPR, a software-defined storage offering Virus Pathogen Databa ...

                                               

ICICI Securities

ICICI Securities is one of India’s largest broking firms. It provides investment services such as online and offline share trading, buying and selling of mutual funds, demat accounts, portfolio management services, insurance, fixed deposits and l ...

                                               

Business diagram

Business diagram may refer to: Block diagrams and Bar Charts Comparison charts Business Processes Flowcharts: Basic flowchart, Audit Flowcharts, Cause-Effect Fishbone Diagrams, cross-functional vertical and horizontal diagrams, data flow diagrams ...

                                               

1971 shooting of Dallas police officers

The 1971 shooting of Dallas police officers occurred on February 15, 1971, when Rene Guzman and Leonardo Lopez abducted five law enforcement officers in West Dallas, Texas, killing three officers and injuring one at a site near the Trinity River. ...

                                               

Federal Bureau of Prisons facilities in California

The Federal Bureau of Prisons operates or contracts with a variety of facilities in California, including United States Penitentiaries, Federal Correctional Institutions, and Private Correctional Institutions. Informally, these would all often be ...

                                               

Hockey stick (disambiguation)

A hockey stick is: Ice hockey stick, used to propel the puck in ice hockey Underwater hockey stick, used to propel the puck in underwater hockey Field hockey stick, used to propel the ball in field hockey a stick used to propel the ball or puck i ...

                                               

Alma Mekondjo Nankela

Alma Mekondjo Nankela is a Namibian archaeologist, specializing in Namibian rock art and cultural heritage. She is currently leading the Archaeology and Heritage Research Department at the National Heritage Council of Namibia.

                                               

Blanowice Formation

The Blanowice Formation is a geologic formation in Czestochowa, Poland. It is late Pliensbachian-Lowermost Toarcian age. Vertebrate fossils have been uncovered from this formation, including tracks. Along with the Drzewica Formation is part of th ...

                                               

Ortiz porphyry belt

The Ortiz porphyry belt is a cluster of small mountain ranges in Santa Fe County, New Mexico. The mountains are laccoliths formed by intrusion of magma during the late Eocene through early Oligocene that have been historically important as a mini ...

                                               

Kouriogenys

Kouriogenys is a genus of extinct mammal from the Early Cretaceous of southern England. The type and only species was originally described as Spalacotherium minus by Richard Owen in 1871 for a dentary with teeth from the Berriasian Lulworth Forma ...

                                               

Parasaurillus

Parasaurillus is a genus of extinct lizard from the Early Cretaceous of southern England. The type and only species is Parasaurillus pseudobtusus, named in 2002 by Susan E. Evans and Belinda Searle for extensive jaw and tooth material that has pr ...