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Happy Days (disambiguation)

Happy Days is an American television sitcom set during the 1950s and 1960s. Happy Days may also refer to: Happy Days play, 1962 play by Samuel Beckett Happy Days book, 1995 autobiography by Shana Alexander Happy Days, 1880–1892, 1940 first book i ...

                                               

The Waging of the Peace

The Waging of the Peace is a satirical science fiction short story by Frederik Pohl, forming a sequel to The Wizards of Pungs Corners. The two stories feature the character Jack Tighe, as the mayor of the small town of Pungs Corners who takes ove ...

                                               

Nissan Motor Iberica

Nissan Motor Iberica S.A. is a motor vehicle dealer and automobile and commercial vehicle manufacturer with corporate headquarters in the Zona Franca industrial area of the Catalan city of Barcelona. Another of the companys assembly plants is loc ...

                                               

GM BEV2 platform

Battery Electric Vehicle 2, better known in acronym form as BEV2, is the name of an automotive platform made by the automotive conglomerate General Motors designed specifically for small electric vehicles. Multiple divisions of the LG Corporation ...

                                               

MDH

MDH may refer to: Companies: Mahashian Di Hatti, a spice company that sells under MDH brand People: Michael D. Higgins, ninth President of Ireland In official codes: MDH, the IATA airport code and FAA location identifier for Southern Illinois Air ...

                                               

Berlin (Money Heist)

Berlin is a fictional character in the Netflix series Money Heist, portrayed by Pedro Alonso. In the TV show he is a main character, he is a terminally ill jewel thief and the Professors second-in-command and brother.

                                               

The Legend of Knockgrafton

The Legend of Knockgrafton is an Irish folk tale published by T. Crofton Croker in Fairy Legends and Traditions of the South of Ireland. A hunchbacked man named Lusmore delights the fairies by revising their fairy song and has his hump removed, w ...

                                               

A Public Reading of an Unproduced Screenplay About the Death of Walt Disney

The show is in the form of a screenplay written and performed by Walt Disney about himself and his death. Its about his last days on earth and a city hes going to build thats going to change the world.

                                               

Flubber (franchise)

The Flubber franchise consists of American science fiction-comedy films, with three theatrical releases, and two made-for-television films. The overall story, is based on the short story, A Situation of Gravity, written by Samuel W. Taylor in 192 ...

                                               

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur (TV series)

Marvels Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, or simply Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, is an upcoming American animated television series based on the characters of the same name by Marvel Comics. The series will be produced by Disney Television Animation ...

                                               

2nd Pornhub Awards

The 2nd Pornhub Awards was a major pornography awards ceremony held October 11, 2019 at Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles, California. The show was hosted by Asa Akira and featured musical performances by Bad Bunny, Ty Dolla Sign, Rico Nasty and Kal ...

                                               

Plumis

Plumis is a British company that has developed a patented watermist fire suppression system called Automist Smartscan, which claims to use ten times less water than traditional fire sprinklers. The product uses an infrared sensor that scans the r ...

                                               

Sophie Coldwell

Sophie Coldwell is a British triathlete. She competed in the womens event at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. and has achieved several medals in International Triathlon Union and European Triathlon Union Championships. Sophie Coldwell is based in Lou ...

                                               

Azlo

Azlo was founded in early 2017 by Brian Hamilton and Cameron Peake. It was developed within BBVAs New Digital Businesses division, which funds stand-alone financial technology startups. It is majority-owned by BBVA, utilizes BBVA USAs banking lic ...

                                               

Emerdata Limited

Emerdata Limited is a company formed after filing for insolvency of Cambridge Analytica. Former employees of Cambridge Analytica and SCL moved to successor firms, these companies dissolved with acquisition by holding company Emerdata Limited. The ...

                                               

Mindfuck

Mindfuck may refer to: Operation Mindfuck, a principle of discordianism Incredible Expanding Mindfuck, an experimental music group founded by Steven Wilson I.E.M. album, eponymous debut album of said group A synonym for mind games for a manipulat ...

                                               

NHS COVID-19

NHS COVID-19 is a contact tracing app for monitoring the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom commissioned by NHSX and developed by the Pivotal division of American software company VMware. The app was developed for Android and i ...

                                               

Command Control (event)

Command Control is an annual, multi-day summit organized by Messe Munchen that focuses primarily on cybersecurity topics. The event was organized for the first time in 2018. The next summit will also take place in Munich from March 3 to March 4, ...

                                               

Personal visibility

Personal visibility may refer to: Academic visibility Appropriation art Personal branding, influence over a companies promotion of a personal brand and how to stay on-Brand Promotion marketing, make popular related brands to a topic of interest t ...

                                               

LC Singh

LC Singh is an entrepreneur, a movie producer, and a photographer. He is an alumnus of the Indian Institute of Technology Varanasi and the Harvard Business School. He founded Nihilent Technologies in 2000. Before that, he was Senior Vice Presiden ...

                                               

Juliette Wood

Juliette Wood is a British historian and lecturer at Cardiff University. She specializes in Celtic and Medieval history, magic, and folklore. She is a former director of the Folklore Society and an Honorary Fellow of the National Museum of Wales. ...

                                               

Sascha Lazimbat

Sascha Lazimbat is a German entrepreneur, lawyer and music journalist. After writing primarily about electronic music in the 1990s, in 2004 he founded the company Zebralution together with Kurt Thielen as the first digital distributor for indie l ...

                                               

Auto Shankar (web series)

Auto Shankar, is a ZEE5 original web series set against the backdrop of Madras from 1985 to 1995. It was released on 2019. the story revolves around an auto driver who live changes when he involes into local transportation of liquor and acting as ...

                                               

Rakesh Sidana

Rakesh Sidana, born January 10, 1973 and is a founder of Mericar – India,s first aggregator and unique platform for car repair service garages. The website snapshot recorded on September 2008 to book car service online. He started his entrepreneu ...

                                               

BKA

BKA or B.K.A. may refer to: Betsys Kindergarten Adventures, a childrens television show on PBS Brent–Kung adder, an parallel prefix carry-lookahead type of digital adder Belarusian Auto Moto Touring Club, a member of the Federation Internationale ...

                                               

Suma

Suma may refer to: Sistema Uniforme de Mejora Academica The Suma, a subgroup of the African Gbaya people Service Update Management Assistant, part of the IBM AIX operating system Suma root, from a South American vine Suma moth, a genus of moths i ...

                                               

William Hoyle (temperance reformer)

Hoyle born in Rossendale Valley was the fourth child of poor Methodist parents. He worked in a mill from the age of eight and was fully employed as a mill worker by the age of thirteen. Several years later he was a full operative, supervising sev ...

                                               

Donat of the Order of Saint John (chartered 1888)

Donat of the Order of St. John is a distinction awarded by the Order of St. John. Any person not being a Member of the Venerable Order of St John who from an appreciation of the objects or work of the Order makes a worthy contribution to its fund ...

                                               

HMS Amethyst (1793)

HMS Amethyst was launched in 1790 as the French frigate Perle. The British Royal Navy took possession of her at Toulon in 1793. She was wrecked in 1795 at Alderney.

                                               

GMG

GMG may refer to: Grenade machine gun, an automatic grenade launcher Good Morning Gloucester, a daily report of life on the docks of "Americas Oldest Seaport" Green Man Gaming, an online retailer for PC video games GMG Airlines, an airline of Ban ...

                                               

VNIIPAS

The All Union Scientific Research Institute for Applied Automated Systems VNIIPAS/ВНИИПАС was a Soviet research institute that maintained computer networking, including international digital connections, at official level and was the central node ...

                                               

Flanders Heritage Library

Vlaamse Erfgoedbibliotheek or Flanders Heritage Library is a library consortium in the Flemish Region of Belgium bringing together six institutions with considerable holdings of manuscripts and old printed books. The network was founded in 2008, ...

                                               

DLC

Dual-listed company, a corporate structure Domestic and light commercial, a type of insurance policy Driver License Compact, a US interstate agreement

                                               

Flandrica.be

Flandrica.be is a web portal that links the online repositories of the Flanders Heritage Library consortium in partnership with the libraries of the Antwerp Museum for Diamonds, Jewellery and Silver and the Plantin-Moretus Museum. It showcases cu ...

                                               

Dida

Dida may refer to: Dida language, a Kru language, or two languages, spoken in Cote dIvoire DiDA, the Diploma in Digital Applications Dida of Eynsham, a 7th-century sub-king of the Mercian territory Dida female footballer born 1991, a Brazilian fe ...

                                               

BiblioTech

BiblioTech is derived from the Latin bibliotheca for "library", and may refer to libraries in countries or municipalities with Latin or Spanish-speaking populations, such as:

                                               

CDL

CDL is the abbreviation of: Commercial drivers license in the United States Chief of Defence Logistics, formerly a senior appointment in the British Armed Forces Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, a senior appointment in the British cabinet

                                               

Houston Asian American Archive

It was started in 2010 and focuses primarily on the collection and preservation of the life experiences of Asians and Asian Americans in the greater Houston area. The mission of HAAA is to develop a deeper understanding of Asian American activiti ...

                                               

Discus (disambiguation)

Aeros Discus, a Ukrainian hang glider design Schempp-Hirth Discus, a German competition sailplane design Pegas Discus, a Czech two-place paraglider design

                                               

Lugal-kinishe-dudu

Lugal-kinishe-dudu also Lugal-kiginne-dudu, was a King and of Uruk and Ur who lived towards the end of the 25th century BCE, succeeding his father Enshakushana, founder of the second dynasty of Uruk, according to the Sumerian King List. This last ...

                                               

Ur-Lumma

Ur-Lumma was a ruler of the Sumerian city-state of Umma, circa 2400 BCE. His father was King Enakalle, who had been vanquished by Eannatum of Lagash. Ur-Lumma claimed the title of "King". Il was successor to Ur-Lumma. Ur-Lumna again entered in a ...

                                               

ILS

Iterated local search, a modification of local search or hill climbing methods for solving discrete optimization problems Integrated library system, an enterprise resource planning system for libraries Incomplete lineage sorting, a measure in phy ...

                                               

Nunal sa Tubig

A Speck in the Water is a 1976 Philippine drama film written by Jorge Arago and directed by Ishmael Bernal. It tells the story of a love triangle in the impoverished village involving Benjamin, a fisherman in the Laguna de Bay and two women in th ...

                                               

List of fishes of Indiana

The state of Indiana is home to 208 species of fishes that inhabit its rivers, lakes, and streams that make up five watersheds. Indiana is the state with the most fish species of any state north of the Ohio River and includes Great Lakes species.

                                               

Repondez-moi

Repondez-moi is a French-language song by Swiss-Albanian singer Gjons Tears. It was meant to represent Switzerland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020.

                                               

DBP

Deathbed phenomena Vitamin D-binding protein DBP gene, a gene coding for the D site of albumin promoter albumin D-box binding protein Diastolic blood pressure, minimum blood pressure between two heartbeats

                                               

DLD

DLD can refer to: Developmental language disorder Deutsche Linux-Distribution German Linux Distribution, a Linux distribution produced from 1992 to 1999 Democratic League of Dardania, a political party in Kosovo Dihydrolipoamide dehydrogenase DLD ...

                                               

CTP

Collection Tree Protocol for wireless sensor networks Computer to plate, in lithographic printing Community Technology Preview of software Canadian traveller problem, a shortest path problem SNIA Conformance Testing Program SNIA-CTP, in storage n ...

                                               

National Science Library

National Science Library may refer to: National Science Library & Resource Centre – Sri Lanka Institut de linformation scientifique et technique, Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy, France National Science Digital Library, United States National Science Librar ...

                                               

Aggregator

Aggregator may refer to: Search aggregator, software that aggregates search results from various search engines Job ads aggregator, a website that aggregates job ads from various job boards, multiposter sites, as well as from direct employers and ...