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DC Universe (disambiguation)

The DC Universe is the fictional universe that serves as a setting for DC Comics stgories. DC Universe may also refer to: DC Universe Online, a video game based on the main DC Universe DC Universe Classics, a sub-line of the DC Universe toys DC a ...

                                               

Absolute Zero (disambiguation)

Absolute zero is the temperature at which entropy reaches its minimum value. Absolute Zero may also refer to: Absolute Zero, a webcomic prequel to the film Interstellar Absolute Zero video game, a 1995 computer game for MS-DOS and Macintosh Absol ...

                                               

The Jewel Ornament of Liberation

The Jewel Ornament of Liberation is a key text in the Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism that is said to capture the essence of both the Kadampa and Kagyupa lineages of Mahayana teachings. The text was written by Gampopa, one of the two most imp ...

                                               

Wheel of time (disambiguation)

The wheel of time or the wheel of history is a religious concept regarding the cyclical nature of time, predominant in Buddhism and Hinduism. It may also refer to:

                                               

Christ (disambiguation)

Michael archangel, Archangel, believed by some Christian faiths to be the preincarnate Jesus Christ title, a title for the saviour and redeemer who would bring salvation to the Jewish people and mankind Christ Pantocrator, a specific depiction of ...

                                               

Types of Jinn in Islam

Jinn, also Romanized as djinn or Anglicized as genies, are supernatural creatures in early pre-Islamic Arabian and later Islamic mythology and theology. Like humans, they are created with fitra, neither born as believers nor as unbelievers, but t ...

                                               

Iseji (Kumano Kodō)

The Iseji is part of the Kumano Kodõ pilgrimage route system. It links the Ise Grand Shrine with the three great shrines of Kumano - Hongu, Nachi, and Hayatama Shrines.

                                               

2020 BX12

2020 BX 12 is a sub-kilometer binary asteroid, classified as a near-Earth asteroid and potentially hazardous object of the Apollo group. It was discovered on 27 January 2020, by the Asteroid Terrestrial-impact Last Alert System survey at the Maun ...

                                               

2020 CD3

2020 CD 3 is a tiny near-Earth asteroid and temporary satellite of Earth. It was discovered at the Mount Lemmon Observatory by astronomers Theodore Pruyne and Kacper Wierzchos on 15 February 2020, as part of the Mount Lemmon Survey or Catalina Sk ...

                                               

(85990) 1999 JV6

1999 JV 6, provisional designation 1999 JV 6, is a sub-kilometer near-Earth asteroid and a potentially hazardous object of the Apollo group. It was discovered by astronomers of the LINEAR program at the Lincoln Laboratorys Experimental Test Site ...

                                               

Journal of Pipeline Systems Engineering and Practice

The Journal of Pipeline Systems Engineering and Practice is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the American Society of Civil Engineers that covers topics on pipeline systems, from planning, construction, to safety and maintenance. Th ...

                                               

Vulnerability index (disambiguation)

Vulnerability index may refer to: Homeless Vulnerability Index, a means for identifying and prioritizing the street homeless population for housing according to the fragility of their health Economic Vulnerability Index, introduced by the United ...

                                               

TFD

The Final Destination, a 2009 3D horror/thriller film Command & Conquer: The First Decade, a compilation of Command & Conquer series computer games Army of Two: The 40th Day, a video game

                                               

Douglas Wood

Douglas Wood may refer to: Douglas Wood naturalist f. 1990-2000s, US author and musician. Douglas Wood writer, US actor, writer, producer of television shows and animated movies Dougie Wood born 1940, Scottish athlete and coach in football Dougla ...

                                               

Arthur Adams

Arthur Adams may refer to: Arthur Adams comics born 1963, American comic book artist Arthur A. Adams, mayor of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1919–1920 Arthur Adams English footballer 1908–1981, English footballer who played for Tranmere Rovers Arth ...

                                               

Arthur Thomson

Arthur Thomson may refer to: J. Arthur Thomson 1861–1933, Scots naturalist Arthur Saunders Thomson 1816–1860, New Zealand military surgeon, medical scientist, writer and historian Arthur Thomson footballer, born 1903, English footballer Arthur La ...

                                               

James Drummond

James Drummond, Viscount Strathallan born 1965, heir apparent, see Earl of Perth James Drummond, 3rd Duke of Perth 1713–1746, de jure 6th Earl of Perth James Drummond, 3rd Duke of Melfort 1708–1766 de jure 11th Earl of Perth James Drummond, 1st E ...

                                               

John Lord

John Lord may refer to: John Vernon Lord born 1939, author and illustrator Sir John Owen, 1st Baronet 1776–1861, born John Lord John King Lord 1848–1926, American New Hampshire classical scholar and historian See Author:John King Lord on Wikisour ...

                                               

Ted Mann (disambiguation)

Ted Mann can refer to: Theodore D. Mann, longest-serving mayor of Newton, Massachusetts Ted Mann writer, former National Lampoon Editor, actor, writer, movie and television producer Ted Mann, an American businessman who owned a chain of movie the ...

                                               

James Ritchie

James Ritchie may refer to: James Ritchie Massachusetts politician 1815–1873, American teacher and politician Sir James Ritchie, 1st Baronet 1835–1912, Lord Mayor of London James Ewing Ritchie 1820–1898, English journalist and writer James Dale R ...

                                               

Albertis

Albertis may refer to: DAlbertis ringtail possum Pseudochirops albertisii, a species of marsupial in the family Pseudocheiridae Albertis Castle, home of Captain Enrico Alberto dAlbertis in Genoa, Itlay Albertis S. Harrison, Jr. 1907–1995, Governo ...

                                               

Beebe

Beebe, South Dakota, an unincorporated community The Beebe River in New Hampshire, United States Beebe, Arkansas, United States Beebe Lake Wright County, Minnesota, a lake in Minnesota Beebe, Washington, an unincorporated community Beebe, Ohio, a ...

                                               

Luz (2019 film)

Luz known as Luz: The Flower of Evil in english language is a 2019 Colombian film written and directed by Juan Diego Escobar Alzate starring Yuri Vargas. In October 2019 it was part of Official Fantastic Competition at the SITGES Fantastic Film F ...

                                               

Sky Television

Sky Television may refer to: Sky UK, a television and radio platform run by Sky plc Sky Italia, an Italian digital satellite television service run by Sky plc Sky Ireland, a satellite television service in Ireland run by Sky plc Sky Television 19 ...

                                               

Sky Sport

Sky Sport or similar may refer to: Sky Sport Germany, a group of sports television channels available in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, formerly called Premiere Sport Sky Sport New Zealand, a group of New Zealand sports television channels Sky ...

                                               

SWR

Sudwestrundfunk, German radio and television broadcaster Standing wave ratio, of an antenna South West Radio Ltd, former broadcaster, England SWR Symphonieorchester, a radio orchestra affiliated with Sudwestrundfunk SWR Vokalensemble, the vocal e ...

                                               

The Box

The box or squawk box, British and American slang, respectively, for a television set The Box, a custom-built steel guitar played by Paul Franklin The Box radio program, a weekly talk-radio program The Box band, a 1980s Canadian New Wave group

                                               

Receiver

Receiver video game, a 2012 first-person shooter Receiver statue, a public statue in Green Bay, Wisconsin associated with the Green Bay Packers

                                               

Passenger (disambiguation)

"The Passenger", 2012 horror story by Arinn Dembo "The Passenger", unpublished novel by Cormac McCarthy Passenger Posmysz novel, by Zofia Posmysz, based on 1959 radio play; basis for the 1963 film and the 1968 opera "Passengers" short story 1968, ...

                                               

Indigo (disambiguation)

Indigo Renderer, a 3D rendering engine Indigo Internet, an internet service provider Indigo messaging system, part of the Windows.NET software framework Indigo, a release of Eclipse Indigo virtual assistant, an intelligent personal assistant for ...

                                               

MCW

Medical College of Wisconsin, private medical school in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Master of Creative Writing - a postgraduate education degree offered in New Zealand and Australia, similar to a Master of Fine Arts in creative writing in the United States

                                               

List of accolades received by Dragon Age: Inquisition

Dragon Age: Inquisition is an action role-playing video game developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts. The third major game in the Dragon Age franchise, its story follows a player character known as the Inquisitor on a journey to set ...

                                               

Peter Stanton

James Peter Stanton is an Australian landscape ecologist, fire ecologist, botanist and biogeographer who individually conducted many systematic environmental resource surveys throughout Queensland whilst working for the Queensland National Parks ...

                                               

Amalgamation

Pan amalgamation, another extraction method with additional compound Amalgam chemistry, the combination of mercury with another metal Patio process, the use of mercury amalgamation to extract silver Amalgamation geology, the creation of a stable ...

                                               

Grandhalaya Sarvaswam

Grandhalaya Sarvaswam is a Telugu periodical related to the library science. The Andhra Pradesh Library Association in India has been publishing this periodical since the year 1915 for the development of the library movement. It is the oldest reg ...

                                               

Laurentian

North America Laurentide Ice Sheet, as the continental glacier covering muchof North America during the Pleistocene Epoch. Relation to the Saint Lawrence River Canada Laurentian, Ontario, a neighborhood within Valley East, Ontario Laurentian Upla ...

                                               

Austria (disambiguation)

On earth German Austria 1918–1919 Further Austria First Austrian Republic 1919–1934 Austria Lombard, a region in the Lombard kingdom of Italy Archduchy of Austria, a constituent crown land and core region of Austria-Hungary, the Austrian Empire, ...

                                               

Epirus (disambiguation)

Epirus is a historical and geographical region of the southwestern Balkans, straddling modern Greece and Albania. The name Epirus, from the Greek "Ήπειρος" meaning "continent" may also refer to:

                                               

Heroic Age

Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration, from 1895–1917, when the Antarctic continent was a focus of international efforts towards exploration. Heroic Age of Medicine, c. 1860 – 1910, when aggressive medical techniques were used. See Heroic medicine. ...

                                               

Monster Island (play-by-mail game)

Monster Island is a play-by-mail role-playing game. It was initially published by Adventures By Mail in Cohoes, New York. Jack Everitt, the game designer, came up with the idea for the game in 1985. The game, which was open-ended and computer mod ...

                                               

Meagan McGrath

Meagan McGrath is a Canadian aerospace engineer, mountaineer and explorer. She has climbed the worlds top seven summits, visited the North Pole and she is the first Canadian to ski unassisted to the South Pole.

                                               

Cimmeria

Cimmeria may refer to: Cimmeria, an ancient name of Crimea, a peninsula in the northern part of the Black Sea The Bosporan Kingdom, a polity of antiquity located on Crimea, also referred to as the Kingdom of the Cimmerian Bosporus, or more simply ...

                                               

2024 South African general election

General elections will be held in South Africa in 2024 to elect a new National Assembly as well as the provincial legislature in each province. These will be the seventh elections held under the conditions of universal adult suffrage since the en ...

                                               

Cock

Cock Marsh, Berkshire, England The Cock, St Albans, a public house in St Albans, Hertfordshire, England Cock Bridge Ljubljana, footbridge in Ljubljana, Slovenia The Cock, Broom, a Grade II listed public house in Broom, Bedfordshire Cock Tavern Th ...

                                               

Auster (disambiguation)

Auster was, in Roman mythology, the embodiment of the sirocco wind who brought heavy cloud cover and fog or humidity. It can be used to refer to any wind from the south. Auster may also refer to:

                                               

Matterhorn (disambiguation)

Klein Matterhorn or Little Matterhorn, in the vicinity of the Matterhorn Matterhorn Antarctica Neny Matterhorn, Antarctica Little Matterhorn Heard Island, Australian external territory

                                               

Rouse

Rouse, California, a census-designated place Rouse Islands, Antarctica Rouse, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community Rouse Hill, a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

                                               

Usher

Usher may refer to: Several jobs which originally involved directing people and ensuring people are in the correct place: Usher of the Black Rod, a parliamentary official in the UK, Australia, Canada and New Zealand Court usher, a court official ...

                                               

Kosciuszko (disambiguation)

Tadeusz Kosciuszko was a soldier respected as a champion of liberty in both Poland and the United States. For things named after this person, see List of things named after Tadeusz Kosciuszko.

                                               

Mills

Mills, a fictional British secret agent in a trilogy by writer Manning OBrine Mills given name Mills surname, a common family name of English or Gaelic origin