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Suranga (disambiguation)

Suranga Lokubalasuriya, Sri Lankan cricketer Suranga Lakmal born 1987, Sri Lankan cricketer Suranga Arunakumara born 1978, Sri Lankan cricketer Suranga Sampath, Sri Lankan blind cricketer Suranga Adikari born 1979, Sri Lankan athlete Sumudu Suran ...

                                               

Jim Brown (disambiguation)

Jim Brown New South Wales politician 1918–1999, Australian politician Jim N. Brown 1926–1991, Michigan politician Jim Brown Western Australian politician born 1927, Australian politician Jim Brown Ontario politician born 1943, Canadian politician

                                               

L2

Advanced Telescope for High Energy Astrophysics, a proposed X-ray telescope L2 point, the second Lagrangian point in an astronomical Solar System L2 Puppis, a star which is also known as HD 56096

                                               

Turing (disambiguation)

Alan Turing was a British mathematician, logician, cryptanalyst and computer scientist. Turing may also refer to: Turing cipher, a cryptographic stream cipher Turing programming language, a Pascal-based programming language used in teaching compu ...

                                               

Word Processing in Groups

Word Processing in Groups is a monograph in mathematics on the theory of automatic groups; these are a type of abstract algebra whose operations are defined by the behavior of finite automata. The books authors are David B. A. Epstein, James W. C ...

                                               

Jing-Rebecca Li

Jing-Rebecca Li is an applied mathematician known for her work on magnetic resonance imaging and Lyapunov equations. She is a researcher with the French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation, at their Saclay research center.

                                               

Reverse Mathematics: Proofs from the Inside Out

Reverse Mathematics: Proofs from the Inside Out is a book by John Stillwell on reverse mathematics, the process of examining proofs in mathematics to determine which axioms are required by the proof. It was published in 2018 by the Princeton Univ ...

                                               

Sergiy

Sergiy Stakhovsky born 1986, professional tennis player Sergiy Gladyr born 1988, professional basketball player Sergiy Dzindziruk born 1976, professional boxer Sergiy Verigin 1868–1938 a Russian Orthodox clergyman, converted to Catholicism. Sergi ...

                                               

Martin Lewis

Martin Lewis may refer to: James Martin Lewis or Jim Lewis 1980s pitcher born 1955, retired Major League Baseball pitcher Isabel Martin Lewis 1881–1966, American astronomer Martin Lewis English actor 1888–1970, actor in The Heirloom Mystery Marti ...

                                               

Chromatic (disambiguation)

Chromatic, a word ultimately derived from the Greek noun χρῶμα, which means "complexion" or "color", and then from the Greek adjective χρωματικός, may refer to:

                                               

Jem Garrard

Jem Garrard is a British and Canadian director, writer, and producer. Garrard directed the fourth series of comedy-drama You Me Her in 2019, four episodes of sci-fi adventure comedy Mech-X4 in 2017–18 and the 2018 television movie Cooking with Lo ...

                                               

Thin Air

Thin Air may refer to: Thin Air 1978 novel, a science fiction novel by George E. Simpson and Neal R. Burger Thin Air Parker novel, a 1995 Spenser novel by Robert B. Parker Thin Air album, a 2009 album by Peter Hammill Thin Air company, a computer ...

                                               

David Pointcheval

David Pointcheval is a French cryptographer. He is currently a Senior Researcher at CNRS. He is head of the Computer Science Department and Cryptography Laboratory at the Ecole normale superieure. He is mainly known for his contributions in the a ...

                                               

Marcus

Alexandru Marcuș, Romanian politician Grațian C. Marcuș, Romanian historian and journalist Mihail Marcuș, Romanian politician Florian Marcuș, Romanian politician

                                               

National Association

National Association may refer to: Kokumin Kyōkai or National Association, a Japanese political party 1892–1899 National Association South Korea, a political party 1946–1960 National Association, or "N.A.", the official designation of federally c ...

                                               

Bazil Assan

Bazil George Assan was a Romanian engineer, explorer and economist. Belonging to a wealthy family in Bucharest, Assan was an important figure in the industrialization of Romania. He studied engineering, commerce and economics, which impulsed him ...

                                               

Sea of Shadows

Sea of Shadows is a documentary about environmental activists, the Mexican Navy, and undercover investigators trying to prevent the extinction of the vaquita, a species of porpoise and the smallest whale in the world, by pulling gillnets, doing r ...

                                               

Ernst von Rebeur-Paschwitz

Ernst von Rebeur-Paschwitz – 1 October 1895, Merseburg) was a German astronomer, geophysicist and seismologist. He is best known for the first recording of teleseism with the use of his sensitive self-registering horizontal pendulums in 1889. He ...

                                               

Frederick White

Fred White marshal c. 1849–1880, young lawman and the first town marshal of Tombstone, Arizona Fred J. White 1886–1967, provincial level politician and labour activist in Canada Frederick D. White 1847–1918, Canadian politician Fred White politic ...

                                               

DN160822 03

DN160822 03 was a quasi-satellite of Earth that entered the atmosphere and exploded over eastern South Australia as a fireball on 22 August 2016. The size of the object was thought to be two to three metres in diameter. The fireball was detected ...

                                               

Elsie Cassels

Elsie Cassels was a Scottish born naturalist, the first woman to become Vice-President of a Canadian naturalist society. Cassels lived in Red Deer, Alberta and became a recognised authority across Canada on migratory birds who exchanged informati ...

                                               

Veridiana da Silva Prado

Veridiana Valeria da Silva Prado was a Brazilian aristocrat, landowner and intellectual. She had a significant influence in social, political and cultural life of the city of São Paulo at the end of the Empire and the beginning of the First Repub ...

                                               

Anne Davaille

Anne Davaille is a French geophysicist and director of research at the CNRS, France in the field of Earth Sciences. Her research focuses on Fluid Mechanics and planetary dynamics.

                                               

Mary Anderson

Mary Anderson actress, born 1897 1897–1986, American silent film actress Mary Anderson author born 1939, American young adult author Mary Anderson actress, born 1859 1859–1940, American stage actress Mary Lucas 1882–1952, nee Anderson, English co ...

                                               

William Paterson

William Paterson Canadian politician 1839–1914, Canadian Member of Parliament William Burns Paterson 1849-1915, Scottish horticulturist, founder Alabama State University William Paterson Australian politician 1847–1920, Australian politician Will ...

                                               

David Stewart Jenkinson

David Stewart Jenkinson FRS was a soil scientist whose career was based at Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, UK. His first role in soil science was a three-year assistant lectureship in the Department of Agricultural Chemistry at the University of ...

                                               

National Society

National Society may refer to: National Society of Genetic Counselors National Society Daughters of the American Colonists National Society for Womens Suffrage National Society for Earthquake Technology - Nepal National Society for Hispanic Profe ...

                                               

Aminul Islam

Aminul Islam may refer to: Aminul Islam artist 1931–2011, Bangladeshi artist Aminul Islam poet born 1963, Bangladeshi poet Aminul Islam politician, member of the Assam Legislative Assembly Aminul Islam cricketer, born 1999, Bangladeshi cricketer ...

                                               

Wetland (disambiguation)

A wetland is an area of land whose soil is saturated with moisture either permanently or seasonally. For specific wetland types see bog, marsh and swamp. Wetlands may refer to: Wetlands novel, a German erotic novel by Charlotte Roche Wetlands 201 ...

                                               

Hwangto

Hwangto, a Korean loess soil, is a yellow-coloured soil, which contains high levels of potassium chloride and calcium. Hwangto is sometimes called a living soil for its medical effects. Korean loess called" Hwangto”or" the red yellow soil or eart ...

                                               

Bohai Sea saline meadow

The Bohai Sea saline meadow ecoregion covers the coastal deltas of the Yellow River and the Luan River where they enter the Bohai Sea in China. The saline meadows and intertidal mudflats provide an important stopping-over point for birds migratin ...

                                               

Alashan Plateau semi-desert

The Alashan Plateau semi-desert ecoregion covers the south-western portion of the Gobi Desert where precipitation in the mountains is sufficient for a short part of the summer to support sparse plant life. The terrain is basin and range, with ele ...

                                               

North Tibetan Plateau-Kunlun Mountains alpine desert

The North Tibetan Plateau-Kunlun Mountains alpine desert ecoregion covers a long stretch of mostly treeless alpine terrain across the northern edge of the Tibet Plateau. A variety of cold, dry habitats are found, including alpine meadows, steppe, ...

                                               

Joseph Fair

Joseph Fair is a virologist and epidemiologist who served as vice president and director of research and development for Metabiota, Inc. He is the medical consultant for NBC and Today.

                                               

Robert Bailey

Robert Bailey may refer to: Robert D. Bailey Jr. 1912–1994, West Virginia Secretary of State Rob Bailey cricketer born 1963, English cricketer and umpire Robert D. Bailey Sr. 1883–1963, American judge involved in the Matewan Massacre trials Rober ...

                                               

Ann M. Hardy

Ann Marie Hardy is an American epidemiologist and microbiologist who served as the human research protections officer at the National Institutes of Health Office of Extramural Programs.

                                               

Thomas Jefferson (disambiguation)

Tom Jefferson epidemiologist, British epidemiologist Thomas Jefferson actor 1856–1932, American actor Thomas Jefferson musician 1920-1986, American Dixieland jazz trumpeter Thomas Jefferson athlete born 1962, American athlete who competed mainly ...

                                               

Peter Boyle (disambiguation)

Peter Boyle Gaelic footballer, Gaelic football goalkeeper for Donegal Peter Boyle footballer, born 1876 1876–1939, Irish footballer Peter Boyle footballer, born 1951, Scottish footballer

                                               

Raimundo Nina Rodrigues

Raimundo Nina Rodrigues was a Brazilian coroner, psychiatrist, professor, writer, anthropologist and ethnologist. A notable eugenicist, he was also a dietologist, tropicalist, sexologist, hygienist, biographer and epidemiologist. Nina Rodrigues i ...

                                               

Chen Wei

Chen Wei dissident born 1969, Chinese dissident and human rights activist Chen Wei footballer, born 1998, Chinese footballer for Shanghai SIPG Chen Da Wei, Chinese violinist Chen Wei baseball born 1983, baseball pitcher Chen Wei footballer, born ...

                                               

David Duncan

David Duncan may refer to: David F. Duncan born 1947, epidemiologist and expert on drug abuse David Duncan footballer born 1963, former Ghanaian player and current manager of Accra Hearts of Oak S.C. Davie Duncan 1921–1991, Scottish footballer Da ...

                                               

Donald Reid

Donald Reid may refer to: Donald Reid politician born 1850 1850–1922, New Zealand politician, represented Bruce electorate 1885–87 Don Reid singer born 1945, lead vocalist and songwriter of The Statler Brothers Don Reid, playwright, Codgers Donal ...

                                               

John Radcliffe

John Q. Radcliffe 1920–2001, Wisconsin State Assemblyman John Radcliffe died 1441, Member of Parliament for Norfolk John Radcliffe died 1568 1539–1568, MP for Grampound and Castle Rising John Radcliffe 1738-1783 1738–1783, British politician who ...

                                               

Richard Cooper

Richard Cooper footballer, born 1979, English football coach and footballer Richard Cooper cricketer, born 1972, English cricketer Richard Cooper cricketer, born 1945 1945–1990, English cricketer Richard Cooper American football born 1964, Americ ...

                                               

Kabat (disambiguation)

Greg Kabat, running back in the Canadian Football League Peter Kabat born 1977, Hungarian football player Geoffrey Kabat, American cancer epidemiologist Elvin A. Kabat 1914–2000, American biomedical scientist Carl Kabat, 73-year-old Catholic prie ...

                                               

Don Henderson (disambiguation)

Don Henderson was an English actor of stage, television and screen. Don Henderson may also refer to: Donald Henderson writer before 1905–1947, English writer. Don Henderson folk singer 1937–1991, Australian folk singer Don Henderson footballer, b ...

                                               

Chuang Yin-ching

Kenneth Chuang Yin-ching is a Taiwanese epidemiologist. As of January 2020, he leads the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control Communicable Disease Control Medical Network.

                                               

Koo

Koo may refer to: Koo Chen-fu 1917–2005, a Taiwanese businessman and diplomat Koo Wee Rup, Victoria, Australia Kōō 1389–1390, a Japanese era Koo Kien Keat born 1985, a professional badminton player from Malaysia KOO, a South African food brand Ko ...

                                               

Xiaotangshan Hospital

The Beijing Xiaotangshan Recovery Hospital, also known as the Beijing Xiaotangshan Hospital, is a tertiary-level general hospital in Xiaotangshan Township, Changping District, Beijing, China, occupying approximately 33 hectares of land. Xiaotangs ...

                                               

James Robbins

James Robbins may refer to: Jimmy Robbins born 1989, American singer-songwriter and producer James Robbins shipbuilder died 1680, Danish shipbuilder James O. Robbins executive died 2007, Cable television executive J. Robbins born 1967, American r ...