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Deux Montagnes

Deux Montagnes is French for "Two Mountains", and can represent: Deux-Montagnes Regional County Municipality, Quebec, a regional government county in Canada, with county seat at Deux-Montagnes Lac des Deux Montagnes, a lake in the Greater Montrea ...

                                               

Mochii

Mochii is a miniature scanning electron microscope made by Seattle-based startup company Voxa. The Mochii has the same capabilities as a conventional SEM, such as usage in materials science for research purposes, microchip and semiconductor quali ...

                                               

Ilemba Island

Ilemba Island is an island in Lake Victoria. Administratively it belongs to Kenya. It is part of the Homa Bay County, in the western part of the country, 300 km west of the capital Nairobi. Tropical monsoon climate prevails in the area. The avera ...

                                               

Kiringiti Island

Kiringiti Island is the name given to an island in Lake Victoria. Administratively, it belongs to Kenya. It is part of the Homa Bay County, in the western part of the country, 300 km west of the capital Nairobi. The average annual temperature on ...

                                               

Reims-Laon railway

The railway line between Reims and Laon is a French 52 km long railway located in the departments of the Marne and Aisne. The line connects the communes of Reims and Laon along with seven intermediary stops. It consists of line number 082 000 of ...

                                               

Ara (fish)

The ara is a species of marine ray-finned fish from the monospecific genus Niphon which is in the monotypic tribe of the Niphonini which is part of the subfamily Epinephelinae of the family Serranidae, the groupers and sea basses. It is found in ...

                                               

Tonie Roux

Roux represented Northern Transvaal schools in 1964 and played his senior provincial rugby in South Africa for Northern Transvaal. He made his test debut for the Springboks during the South African tour of Britain and Ireland in 1969 and 1970. Hi ...

                                               

Scarlet Envy

Scarlet Envy is the stage name of Jacob James, an American drag queen, reality television personality, singer, and performer who came to international attention on the eleventh season of RuPauls Drag Race.

                                               

Knob Creek

Knob Creek can refer to: Any of several streams by that name. Knob Creek South Grand River, a stream in west central Missouri Knob Creek, in Izard County, Arkansas Knob Creek Miami Creek, a stream in Missouri Knob Creek, in Lauderdale County, Ten ...

                                               

Why I Am a Vegetarian

Why I Am a Vegetarian is an 1895 pamphlet based on an address delivered by J. Howard Moore before the Chicago Vegetarian Society. It was reprinted several times by the society and other publishers.

                                               

Governor Alfred E. Smith (fireboat)

Governor Alfred E. Smith was a fireboat first operated by the Fire Department of New York in 1961. She was the last of four sister ships. In 1970 the Department planned to retire her, but, instead, she was placed in reserve. She was finally retir ...

                                               

Braeside

Braeside, meaning hillside in the Scots language, may refer to: Breaside, Chicago, Illinois A district of Harare, Zimbabwe Braeside, Ontario, Canada Braeside Homestead, a heritage-listed homestead in Queensland, Australia Braeside, Victoria, Aust ...

                                               

Haycock

Haycock, Alaska, United States Haycock Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States Haycock, Virginia, United States Haycock Mountain, a hill in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States Haycock Lake District, a hill in the English Lake Di ...

                                               

Leatherwood

Leatherwood may refer to: Leatherwood surname Leatherwood Plantation, a Virginia plantation once owned by Patrick Henry Eucryphia lucida, a plant species of Tasmania Leatherwood, Tennessee Dirca, a plant genus of temperate North America Leatherwo ...

                                               

Covington House

Covington House may refer to: Robert L. Covington House, Hazlehurst, MS, listed on the NRHP in Mississippi Covington House Vancouver, Washington, listed on the NRHP in Washington Covington Institute Teachers Residence, Springfield, KY, listed on ...

                                               

Chestnut Grove

Chestnut Grove may refer to: in England Chestnut Grove School London in the United States by state Chestnut Grove, North Carolina Chestnut Grove School Athens, Georgia, listed on the NRHP in Georgia Chestnut Grove, Buckingham County, Virginia Che ...

                                               

Pleasant Hill

Pleasant Hill, Arkansas disambiguation Pleasant Hill, Alabama Pleasant Hill, California Pleasant Hill/Contra Costa Centre station Pleasant Hill Pomfret, Maryland, listed on the NRHP in Maryland Pleasant Hill, Kentucky, also known as Shakertown at ...

                                               

Meade House

Meade House may refer to: Sunny Meade, Jennings, Louisiana, listed on the NRHP in Jefferson Davis Parish Belle Meade Plantation, Nashville, Tennessee, a plantation house in Davidson County Capt. Matthew J. Meade House, Kaukauna, Wisconsin, listed ...

                                               

Master mix (PCR)

A master mix is a mixture containing precursors and enzymes used as an ingredient in RT-PCR techniques in molecular biology. Such mixtures contain a mixture dNTPs, MgCl 2, Taq polymerase, a pH buffer and come mixed in nuclease-free water. Master ...

                                               

Farming (disambiguation)

Farming or agriculture is the practice of cultivating crops, livestock or fungi on a farm. Intensive animal farming, aka factory farming Animal farming, the cultivation of livestock Aquiculture, raising fish or other aquatic animals or plants com ...

                                               

Small Axe Peppers

Small Axe Peppers is a New York City-based hot sauce manufacturing company that buys peppers grown in community gardens that participate in the program. The company was founded in 2014 by John A. Crotty, Chef King Phojanakong, and Daniel Fitzgerald.

                                               

Wilhelmena Rhodes Kelly

Wilhelmena Rhodes Kelly was an African-American genealogist who traced her American lineage to the April 5, 1614 union of Pocahontas and John Rolfe. She was also a member of the Jamestowne Society. She became the New York State Regent and a membe ...

                                               

Michael F. Sheahan

Sheahan was born in 1944 or 1945. He received a Master of Education from Governors State University and a bachelors degree from Saint Josephs College.

                                               

Glendale Fashion Center

Glendale Fashion Center was a regional shopping mall in Glendale, California anchored by department stores, which today is the site of a large power center by the same name. The center opened in 1966 anchored by a J. W. Robinsons department store ...

                                               

Bayfair Center

Bayfair Center is a regional shopping mall and power center in San Leandro, California. It was among the first malls in the East Bay of the San Francisco Bay Area.

                                               

Mechanoreceptors (in plants)

A mechanoreceptor is a sensory organ or cell that responds to mechanical stimulation such as touch, pressure, vibration, and sound from both the internal and external environment. Mechanoreceptors are well-documented in animals and are integrated ...

                                               

Nippon Professional Baseball playoffs

The Nippon Professional Baseball playoffs have taken several different forms throughout the organizations history. Divided into two leagues, the Pacific League is less popular and less profitable than the Central League. As a result, the PL has e ...

                                               

C. polymorpha

C. polymorpha may refer to: Callyspongia polymorpha, a demosponge first described in 1984 Capparis polymorpha, a climbing shrub Cucurbita polymorpha, a plant used in traditional Native American medicine Coprosma polymorpha, a plant found on the S ...

                                               

Thomas Henning (Australian artist)

Thomas Henning is an Australian writer, director, producer and artist working in theatre and film. He was co-founder and co-director of the Black Lung theatre company, known also as The Black Lung Theatre and Whaling firm along with Thomas Wright ...

                                               

A. indica

A. indica may refer to: Acemya indica, a tachinid fly species Acromantis indica, the Burmese mantis, a praying mantis species found in Myanmar Atuna indica, a plant species endemic to India Aristolochia indica, a creeper plant species found in Ke ...

                                               

A. montana

A. montana may refer to: Apatophysis montana, a beetle of the family Cerambycidae Anodonthyla montana, a frog of the family Microhylidae Annona montana, mountain soursop, a plant of the custard apple family Actinodaphne montana, a plant in the fa ...

                                               

A. orientalis

A. orientalis may refer to: Amycolatopsis orientalis, a high-GC content bacterium species Anthreptes orientalis, the Eastern Violet-backed Sunbird or Kenya Violet-backed Sunbird, a bird species found from Djibouti to Tanzania Amorphoscelis orient ...

                                               

D. gracilis

D. gracilis may refer to: Diplotaxis gracilis, a species of wall rockets found in Cape Verde Danuria gracilis, a praying mantis species Deutzia gracilis, the slender deutzia, a plant species Dactylosaurus gracilis, a nothosaur species Dipterocarp ...

                                               

C. robusta

C. robusta may refer to: Compsomantis robusta, a praying mantis species found in Borneo Calceolispongia robusta, a cladid crinoid species that lived along the shores of eastern Gondwanaland that correspond to Timor and Western Australia, today Ch ...

                                               

Singularis

Singularis may refer to: singularis, singular, or singular number, a grammatical number In biology: Dypsis singularis, a species of flowering plant in the family Arecaceae Mesocnemis singularis, a species of damselfly in the family Platycnemidida ...

                                               

Ain Al-Basha

Ain Al-Basha is a Jordanian population area that is the center of the Ain Al Basha District in Al Balqa governorate, on the road between Sweileh and Jerash, and it is connected to the village of Safout with Al Baqaa camp road and the city of Al-Salt.

                                               

Lake of the Woods (disambiguation)

Lake of the Woods 31H, Ontario Lake of the Woods County, Minnesota Lake of the Woods, Virginia Lake of the Woods 31G, Ontario Lake of the Woods, Illinois Lake of the Woods, Peoria County, Illinois Lake of the Woods 37, Ontario Lake of the Woods, ...

                                               

Arnulf of Valenciennes

Arnulf of Valenciennes, was a 10th and 11th century count and perhaps sometimes a margrave, who was lord of the fort of Valenciennes, which was at that time on the frontier with France, but not in France. It was part of the pagus of Hainaut, and ...

                                               

TG Omori

TG Omori, also known as Boy Director is a Nigerian music video director and cinematographer. TG Omori has directed music videos for recording artists across various genres of new generation, includes Olamide, Wizkid, Burna Boy, Tekno, Kiss Daniel ...

                                               

Xinhe

Written as 新合街道 ": Xinhe Subdistrict, Qitaihe, in Xinxing District, Qitaihe, Heilongjiang Xinhe Subdistrict, Xian, in Baqiao District Written as 新河街道 ": Xinhe Subdistrict, Tianjin, in Binhai, Tianjin Xinhe Subdistrict, Changsha, in Kaifu ...

                                               

Bohai

Bohai may refer to: Bohai Sea, or Bo Hai, the innermost gulf of the Yellow Sea Balhae, known as Bohai in Chinese, a former mixed Mohe-Goguryeo empire which existed from 698 to 926 in Manchuria

                                               

Timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in Malaysia

Eight Chinese nationals were quarantined at a hotel in Johor Bahru on 24 January after coming into contact with an infected person in neighbouring Singapore. Despite early reports of them testing negative for the virus, three of them were confirm ...

                                               

Gull River

There are several places named Gull River: Gull River Lake Nipigon in Thunder Bay District of Ontario flows east into Gull Bay on the western side of Lake Nipigon Gull River Turtle River in the U.S. state of Minnesota Gull River Cass County in Ca ...

                                               

36th Street

36th Street may refer to: 36th Street station SEPTA, a SEPTA subway station in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 36th Street station Charlotte, a station in the Lynx Blue Line of Charlotte Beach 36th Street station, a New York City Subway station also i ...

                                               

George Keay

George Alexander Keay was a Scottish first-class cricketer and educator. Keay was born in March 1897 at Broughty Ferry, Forfarshire. He was educated in England at Whitgift School, after which he immediately enlisted in the British Army as a secon ...

                                               

John William Struthers

John William Struthers LLD, MBChB, FRCSEd was a Scottish surgeon. During World War I he served as a major in the Royal Army Medical Corps and was awarded the Serbian Order of St Sava. During his career in Edinburgh he became an early user of loca ...

                                               

Carlos Pereda

Carlos Pereda Failache is an Uruguayan/Mexican philosopher, emeritus researcher at UNAMs Institute for Philosophical Research. Pereda is the author of more than 50 articles, 10 books, and winner of the Siglo XXI Essay Prize, 2008, for his book Le ...

                                               

Collegiate Church of Notre-Dame

Collegiate Church of Notre-Dame may refer to: Collegiate Church of Notre-Dame, Dinant in Dinant, Belgium Collegiate church of Notre-Dame at Utrecht Collegiate Church of Notre-Dame, Melun, France Notre Dame de Mantes in Mantes-la-Jolie, France Bou ...

                                               

Sofian Kheyari

Sofian Kheyari is a French football coach and retired player who is an assistant coach for the Saudi Arabia national team.

                                               

Le Mesnil

Mesnil and Le Mesnil is the name or part of the name of several communes or former communes in France: Le Mesnil-Robert, in the Calvados departement Le Mesnil, in the Manche departement Le Mesnil-Boeuf, a former commune that is now a part of Isig ...