ⓘ Free online encyclopedia. Did you know? page 208




                                               

La Sirenita

Guadalupe Buye Peña is a retired Mexican luchadora, or female professional wrestler who was primarily active from 1976 until 1996. She worked under the ring name La Sirenita, Spanish for "Little Mermaid". She was once married to a professional wr ...

                                               

La Briosa

La Briosa is the ring name of a semi-retired Mexican luchadora, or female professional wrestler who was primarily active from the mid-1970s until 2000. She is a second-generation wrestler, daughter of Sugi Sito, and together with her husband, a w ...

                                               

UCG

Universidade Catolica de Goias, a Catholic university in Brazil University College, Galway, a National University of Ireland University of Montenegro Montenegrin: Univerzitet Crne Gore, Универзитет Црнe Горe

                                               

Hispanic Television Summit

The Hispanic Television Summit is an annual conference for those in the business of television and video for Hispanic viewers in the United States, and worldwide. The Hispanic Television Summit is presented by two leading business publications fo ...

                                               

Louise Bond

Louise Bond is a New Zealand advertising executive. She was chair of the New Zealand Commercial Communications Council until her retirement in January 2019; she was the first woman to hold the position. In 1999 she and two business partners estab ...

                                               

Northland

Northland Communications, an American cable television, telephone and internet service provider Northland Properties, the parent company of multiple hotel chains, restaurants, sports teams and properties Northland Organic Foods Corporation, headq ...

                                               

Airlink (disambiguation)

Vieques Air Link of Puerto Rico Northwest Airlink, of the United States Zimbabwe Airlink of Zimbabwe Air Link of Australia Airlink Zambia of Zambia Swaziland Airlink of Swaziland Airwaves Airlink of Zambia Airlink Finland, Finland Air Link Intern ...

                                               

Cn

Grand China Air IATA code CN Canadian National Railway, reporting mark Westward Airways Nebraska, a former airline, IATA code CN dissolved 2005 Collegiate Network, supporting college publications Islands Nationair, an airline based in Port Moresb ...

                                               

Ministry of Transportation and Communications

Ministry of Transportation/Transport and Communications can refer to: Ministry of Transport and Communications Ethiopia Ministry of Transport and Communication Armenia Ministry of Transport and Communications Zambia Ministry of Transportation and ...

                                               

SPIS

SPIS may refer to: Spis Castle, one of the largest castle sites in Central Europe Scottish Police Information Strategy, former name of the Scottish Police Services Authority – Information Communications Technology Pias Airport ICAO code, Pias, Pe ...

                                               

RCP

RCP chip, a co-processor chip designed by Silicon Graphics for use in the Nintendo 64 gaming system Remote Control Protocol, a protocol that allows CEC enabled TVs to control MHL compatible devices Rich Client Platform, a software development pla ...

                                               

Marconi (disambiguation)

Marconi Electronic Systems, the former defence arm of GEC. Acquired by British Aerospace BAe to form BAE Systems in December 1999 Marconi Company, British telecommunications company established in 1963, which in 1968 amalgamated into the General ...

                                               

Rafael Manzano Prize

The Rafael Manzano Prize for New Traditional Architecture is an award organized by INTBAU, thanks to the contribution of Richard H. Driehaus Charitable Lead Trust, with the support of the Serra Henriques Foundation, the Royal Academy of Fine Arts ...

                                               

Viam agnoscere veritatis

Viam agnoscere veritatis or Viam cognoscere veritatis, both meaning "That they know the way of truth", refers to one of the following papal communications from Pope Innocent IV to the Mongols in the 13th century: Dei patris immensa, letter sent M ...

                                               

LCI

Lease Corporation International, an airliner lessor based in Dublin, Ireland La Chaine Info, a French free-to-air news channel London Clubs International, a British gambling company LCI Communications, a former telecommunications company

                                               

50 Squadron

50 Squadron or 50th Squadron may refer to: No. 50 Squadron RAF, a unit of the United Kingdom Royal Air Force 50 Squadron SAAF, a unit of the South African Air Force 50 Squadron, former designation of the 201 Squadron, Portugal

                                               

Cris

Criș Tarnava Mare, a tributary of the Tarnava Mare in Mureș County, Romania Criș, a village in Daneș Commune, Mureș County, Romania Criș, the Romanian name for the river Koros in Hungary

                                               

Sky Tower

Brisbane Skytower in Brisbane, Australia Sky Tower Auckland in Auckland, New Zealand

                                               

Cutis

Cutis may refer to several unrelated biological structures: Cutis anatomy, the outermost layers of skin Cutis mycology, a type of pileipellis in a fungus

                                               

TLV

TLV may refer to: Tel Aviv, Israel Ben Gurion Airport, near Tel Aviv, Israel, IATA code TLV mirror, Han dynasty, China Banca Transilvania, Romania, BVB stock exchange symbol Tree of Life Version, a Jewish Messianic version of the Bible OT and NT ...

                                               

Grid

"The Grid" The Outer Limits, an episode of the science fiction series, 2000 The Grid US TV series, an American TV series, on IFC Mobil 1 The Grid, a motorsport magazine TV show, on Channel 4 The Grid miniseries, from 2004, aired on TNT

                                               

Fabrica (disambiguation)

Fabrica is any of several barrios in the Philippines. Fabrica may also refer to: Fabrica ecclesiae, Latin term for construction and funding of churches La Fabrica, a reggaeton group in the Dominican Republic Fabrica research centre, a communicati ...

                                               

SEA-ME-WE-6

South East Asia–Middle East–Western Europe 6 is a proposed optical fibre submarine communications cable system that would carry telecommunications between Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and Western Europe. It is estimated to cost between millio ...

                                               

SCORE

SCORE may refer to: SCORE software, a music scorewriter program Singapore Corporation of Rehabilitative Enterprises Project SCORE, a communications satellite SCORE! Educational Centers Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy, a regional development ...

                                               

TNS

Tungsten Cantung Airport, Tungsten, Northwest Territories, Canada Tao Nan School, a primary school in Singapore Theatre national de Strasbourg, the National Theatre of Strasbourg, France

                                               

SRX

SRX could be any of the following: The Singapore Real Estate Exchange Juniper Networks Flagship Network Security Product SRX is a series of expansion boards for Rolands keyboards. The SRX SR388 zone in the Metroid Fusion video game. Segmentation ...

                                               

SCO

SCO Group, a software company formerly called Caldera International and Caldera Systems SCO OpenServer formerly SCO Unix, an operating system made by the above companies Santa Cruz Operation, a company founded in 1979 that existed under that name ...

                                               

HCI

Human-computer interaction security, the study of how people interact with computers concerning information security Host controller interface disambiguation, various computer interfaces Happy Computers, an American computer hardware manufacturer ...

                                               

NP

Northern Pacific Railway AAR reporting mark NP Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore Nashua-Plainfield Community School District, Iowa, United States National Party disambiguation, various political parties November Project, free, open-to-the-public ex ...

                                               

Northpoint

Northpoint or North point may refer to: North Point Station, a station on Hong Kongs mass transit North Point Park Cambridge, Massachusetts NorthPointe Christian Schools, schools in Grand Rapids, Michigan North Point Park Van Buren County, Michig ...

                                               

SRT

Street & Racing Technology, Fiat Chrysler automobile group Class SRT, a type of London Transport bus. Swiss Racing Team, an auto racing team in Switzerland Suter Racing Technology, a Swiss Moto2 constructor Selleslagh Racing Team, Belgium

                                               

COPE

COPE may refer to: Committee on Political Education, the political arm of the AFL-CIO Congress of the People South African political party, a political party formed in 2008 in South Africa Canadian Office and Professional Employees Union, a Canad ...

                                               

Signals brigade

A signals brigade is a specialised form of military brigade dedicated to providing communications. Other brigades might have a signals component, but a signals brigade is a brigade dedicated to information and communication support for both opera ...

                                               

4R

4R may refer to: the short-lived acronym for Nelja ruusua Four Roses, a Finnish band, aiming for a broader international appeal 4R, the production code for the 1977 Doctor Who serial The Robots of Death Ponceau 4R, a synthetic colourant the Railr ...

                                               

E3 (disambiguation)

Electronic Entertainment Expo is a major annual showcase where video game developers from all over the world reveal their plans for the year. E3, E.III, E03, E-3 or E 3 may also refer to:

                                               

KCC

Kapiolani Community College, a college in Honolulu, Hawaii Kentucky Christian College, the former name of Kentucky Christian University Kansas Christian College Overland Park, a college in Overland Park, Kansas Kensington and Chelsea College, a C ...

                                               

E1000 series

The E1000, commonly known as the PP Tze-chiang, is a series of electric push-pull trains used by the Taiwan Railways Administration, operated as part of the Tze-chiang limited express service. The locomotives were built by Union Carriage & Wagon ...

                                               

Shisizhang metro station

Shisizhang station is a station on the Taipei Metros Circular line. The station was opened on 31 January 2020. It is located in Xindian District, New Taipei, Taiwan, near the banks of the Xindian River. A depot for the Circular line is located di ...

                                               

Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2011

Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2011: What Happens Twice Will Happen Thrice was a professional wrestling event promoted by DDT Pro-Wrestling. The event took place on July 24, 2011, in Tokyo at the Ryōgoku Kokugikan. The event featured nine matches, five of whi ...

                                               

Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2017

Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2017: Even If Peter Pan Is 20 Years Old He Is Peter Pan was a professional wrestling event promoted by DDT Pro-Wrestling. The event took place on August 20, 2017, in Tokyo at the Ryōgoku Kokugikan. The event featured seventeen m ...

                                               

Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2016

Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2016: The Hottest Summer In The World was a professional wrestling event promoted by DDT Pro-Wrestling. The event took place on August 28, 2016, in Tokyo at the Ryōgoku Kokugikan. The event featured twelve matches, six of which ...

                                               

TCI

Turks and Caicos Islands Tenerife Airport disambiguation, airport code of Tenerife International Airport 1964–1978, still used as a code for the island of Tenerife in general

                                               

M5

M5, originally christened as Mirabella V, the worlds largest single-masted yacht

                                               

Annabeth Donovan

Ann Elizabeth Donovan is a former American collegiate field hockey player and U19 National Team member. She is best known for returning to Division I Field Hockey after taking two seasons off to give birth to her two daughters.

                                               

Un Mundo Sin Mordaza

Un Mundo Sin Mordaza is a recognized human rights NGO headquartered in Venezuela. The organization coordinates global activities within Venezuela and with the Venezuelan diaspora, including protests and media drives such as the SOS Venezuela camp ...

                                               

Sunday (disambiguation)

Sunday 1997 film, an indie film by Jonathan Nossiter Sunday Australian TV program, a 1981-2008 news and current affairs programme Sunday 1969 film, a Yugoslav film by Lordan Zafranovic Sunday 2011 film or Dimanche, a Canadian animated short by Pa ...

                                               

34 Squadron

No. 34 Squadron RAAF, a unit of the Royal Australian Air Force VFA-34 Strike Fighter Squadron 34, a unit of the United States Navy No. 34 Squadron RAF, a unit of the United Kingdom Royal Air Force No. 34 Squadron Finland, a unit of the Finnish Ai ...

                                               

Tomas Hamunyela

His military career started in 1977 when he joined the Peoples Liberation Army of Namibia in exile. He rose through PLAN to hold different appointments. He PLAN Deputy Chief of Operations, he also served as Chief of Operation Northern Front, Deta ...

                                               

Fidelity (disambiguation)

Fidelity art and symbolism, a personification in Western art of the secular aspect of faith, or trust Fidelity novel, by Susan Glaspell, 1915

                                               

Alcide

Alcide Bortnyansky, a 1778 opera by Dmitry Bortniansky Alcide Herveaux, a fictional character from The Southern Vampire Mysteries / Sookie Stackhouse Novels by Charlaine Harris Alcide, a fictional policeman in the French TV series The Returned Al ...