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White Lion (disambiguation)

White Lion was a Danish/American rock band. White Lion may also refer to: The White Lion, Thornbury, a pub in Gloucestershire, England White Lion, a 2010 South African film produced by Kevin Richardson zookeeper White lion, a colour mutation of t ...

                                               

Baton

Baston weapon, a type of baton used in Arnis and Filipino Martial Arts Baton conducting, a short thin stick used for directing a musical performance Baton law enforcement Baton, a type of club weapon Baton charge, a coordinated tactic for dispers ...

                                               

Vol

Vol or Vols may refer to: Volans, a constellation Republic of Upper Volta, a country in Africa now called Burkina Faso Volunteer Irish republican Vigilantes of Love, an American rock band Volapuk, a constructed international auxiliary language Vo ...

                                               

Sea eagle (disambiguation)

North Harbour Sea Eagles, New Zealand rugby league club Blackpool Sea Eagles, English rugby league football club Samoa national rugby union team Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, Australian rugby league football club Papakura Sea Eagles, New Zealand ru ...

                                               

Console

Console applications are programs designed to be used via a text-only computer interface Win32 console, the terminal emulator of Microsoft Windows Command-line interface, a method of interacting with a computer Terminal emulator, a program that s ...

                                               

Esquire (disambiguation)

Esquire is a title used to denote that a man has a certain social status. Esquire may also refer to: Esquires, a coffee house chain in Canada, Britain & Ireland, and New Zealand Esquire magazine, a mens fashion and lifestyle magazine Fender Esqui ...

                                               

Loup

Loup County, Nebraska Loup River, a tributary of the Platte River in Nebraska, USA The Loup, a village in Northern Ireland Loup Township disambiguation, multiple locations Loup Canal, a canal in Nebraska Loup river, a coastal river in southeaster ...

                                               

HSC

Hughes Systique Corporation HSC50 Hierarchical Storage Controller Model 50, a mass storage controller from Digital Equipment Corporation implementing their Mass Storage Control Protocol Hitachi Data Systems Corporation Storage Cluster

                                               

Sir Walter de Sweynthill

Sir Walter de Sweynthill was an English knight and politician in the reigns of Edward II and Edward III who represented the City of Exeter and Devonshire in Parliament and served as Sheriff of Exeter from 1330 to 1332.

                                               

Snowflake (disambiguation)

"Snowflake" Kate Bush song Snowflakes album by Toni Braxton "Snowflakes", a song by Just Jack "Snowflakes", a single by British singer Mandy Miller "Snowflake", a single by Jim Reeves Snowflake EP by GFriend

                                               

Lamb and lion (disambiguation)

The lamb and lion could refer to General heraldry: The lamb and lion The Lion, the Lamb, the Man, a 1914 American silent drama film Helm Crag#The Lion and the Lamb, an English rock formation The Lion and the Lamb Big Daddy Weave song "Hosanna to ...

                                               

705th Combat Training Squadron

The 705th Combat Training Squadron is a United States Air Force unit stationed at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico. It is assigned to the 505th Test and Evaluation Group and conducts virtual exercises at all levels of operation.

                                               

General Armorial of the Noble Families of the Russian Empire

The General Armorial of the Noble Families of the Russian Empire is the code of arms of the Russian noble families, established by decree of Emperor Paul I of January 31, 1797. Twenty volumes of the coat of arms include 3.066 patrimonial and seve ...

                                               

St. Andrews Cross

Saint Andrews cross or Andrew Cross may refer to: Saltire, X-shaped cross in heraldry and vexillology St. Andrews Cross usually refers to following specific flags: Cross of Burgundy Russian Navy Ensign, blue saltire on a white field Flag of Scotl ...

                                               

FRD

FRD may refer to: Fumarate reductase menaquinone Free Rapid Downloader software Frodsham railway station in England Fund for Reconciliation and Development, an American philanthropic organization New Democratic Spirit Albanian: Fryma Re Demokrati ...

                                               

Rusa

Rusa is both a Malay and Indonesian word for deer. It may refer to: Rusa genus, a genus of deer Any of four kings of Urartu, an Iron Age kingdom in what is now Turkey and Armenia Rusa grape, another name for the wine grape Gewurztraminer Perodua ...

                                               

King Fahd (disambiguation)

King Fahd or Fahd of Saudi Arabia was a Saudi monarch. King Fahd or King Fahad may also refer to: King Fahd International Stadium, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia King Fahd Security College, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia King Fahd Academy Germany, a school in Lan ...

                                               

Qatar Armed Forces Band Regiment

The Qatar Armed Forces Band Regiment is a musical unit from the State of Qatar usually performing at military functions or events.

                                               

Mohammed Kadhim al-Modarresi

Ayatollah Sayyid Muhammad-Kadhim al-Husayni al-Modarresi was an Iranian-Iraqi Shia scholar and mystic. He was a prominent teacher at the seminaries of Mashhad and Karbala, teaching Islamic philosophy. He held the Quranic exegesis chair of the Kar ...

                                               

BVB

BVB Cambodia, Bopha Vibol, a Cambodian group of companies Bursa de Valori Bucuresti Bucharest Stock Exchange, the largest stock exchange in Romania

                                               

HAB

HAB may refer to: Hab River, Pakistan Habilitation, a qualification to conduct university teaching Harmful algal bloom The HAB Theory, a 1976 novel by Allan W. Eckert Battle of Hab, 1119 Hab, Cambodia Herzog August Bibliothek, a library in Wolfen ...

                                               

Luka

Luka, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, a village Luka, Podlaskie Voivodeship, a village

                                               

Eliana Cardoso

Eliana Anastasia Cardoso is a professor of economics at the São Paulo School of Economics. She worked at both the World Bank and the IMF. She holds a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a master from the Universidade de Brasilia.

                                               

Reforma (disambiguation)

Reforma, the Spanish word meaning reform, has the following meanings: Historical La Reforma, a period of liberal reforms in the history of Mexico beginning in 1855 Guerra de Reforma, a war fought during this period Towns and settlements Santa Luc ...

                                               

Diana Lachateñere

Diana first attended the Society of American Archivists in the early 1970s when Ann Shockley was creating sessions either focused on African Americans or had African American representation. Diana remembers in an interview with Archivists and Arc ...

                                               

Bergur Þorisson

Bergur Þorisson is an Icelandic musician, composer, and audio engineer. He is one half of the neo-classical post-rock duo Hugar, musical director for Bjork, and frequent collaborator of Olafur Arnalds.

                                               

New Kid

New Kid is a 2019 graphic novel by Jerry Craft. The novel tells the story of Jordan Banks who experiences culture shock when he enrolls at a private school. The book was well received and won the 2020 Newbery Medal and Coretta Scott King Award. I ...

                                               

Jacinta Were

Jacinta Were is a Kenyan librarian. Were has specialised in the management of electronic libraries over the 30 years of her career in librarianship. Were has served as Deputy Director of the University of Nairobi Library at the University of Nair ...

                                               

LIB

LIB may refer to: Library computing Lebanon, abbreviated from French Liban in international association football Let It Be disambiguation Let It Bleed disambiguation International School of Boston L ycee I nternational de B oston Long Island Bus, ...

                                               

LCP

Large Combustion Plant, see Large Combustion Plant Directive Ligand close packing theory, in chemistry Licensed Clinical Psychologist, see Clinical psychology Legg–Calve–Perthes syndrome, hip disorder Left Circular polarization, in radio communic ...

                                               

RCL

RCL may refer to: Radial collateral ligament, one of three ligaments in the upper limb on the side of the radius bone RCL game find on Amazon.uk Radial collateral ligament of elbow joint Radial collateral ligament of thumb RLC circuit, an electri ...

                                               

MOQ

MOQ, Moq, Moq., moq, or MoQ may refer to: Alfred Moquin-Tandon – a botanist whose author abbreviation is Moq. Morondava Airport – a Madagascan airport with the IATA code MOQ Moq software – a.NET Framework library for creating mock objects MoQ - A ...

                                               

1988 Asia Golf Circuit

The 1988 Asia Golf Circuit was the 27th season of golf tournaments that comprised the Asia Golf Circuit. Lu Chien-soon of Taiwan claimed the overall circuit championship for the second time.

                                               

Lady Lushington (1808 ship)

Lady Lushington was launched in 1808. Then in 1809 the British East India Company chartered her. She made four voyages to India for the EIC and several others while under a license from the EIC. She was on a voyage to India under a license from t ...

                                               

List of Hypericum sect. Adenosepalum species

The section Adenosepalum of genus Hypericum contains thirty species and two hybrids, as well as five recognized subspecies, in four subsections. The section was described by French botanist Edouard Spach and its type species is Hypericum montanum ...

                                               

Jean Discart

Jean Baptiste Discart was an Italian-born painter; known primarily for his portraits and Orientalist scenes. He worked mainly in France and the Netherlands, and came to be identified as French.

                                               

SHL

Swiss Handball League German: Swiss Handball League, the two highest league in Swiss handball Supreme Hockey League Southern Hockey League disambiguation Swedish Hockey League Swedish: Svenska hockeyligan, the highest league in Swedish ice hockey

                                               

TR1

TR1 may refer to: Yamaha TR-1 High Output Boating Engine Hitachi TR.1 Lyulka TR-1, first Soviet turbojet engine Triumph TR1 / 20TS, an unsuccessful automobile prototype Type 1 regulatory T cell Tr-1, a T-lymphocyte lineage with immunoregulatory f ...

                                               

KBM

KBM may refer to: KhKBM, abbreviation of Kharkiv Morozov Machine Building Design Bureau TsKBM, abbreviation of NPO Mashinostroyeniya, a rocket design bureau KB Mashinostroyeniya, or KBM, a Russian defence enterprise, scientific and design R&D ...

                                               

Fuzzy Wuzzy

Fuzzy-Wuzzy can refer to: Hadendoa, an East African tribe Formerly one of the shades of brown Crayola crayon colors Fuzzy Wuzzy was a variety of double talk or gibberish language game A Python library for fuzzy string searching Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels ...

                                               

STK

STK may refer to: Statni technicka knihovna State Library of Technology, 1960–2009 name of the NTK Czech National Library of Technology SIM Application Toolkit, a part of GSM telephony standard responsible for applications stored on SIM Synthesis ...

                                               

BISL

BISL or BiSL may refer to: Business in Sport and Leisure BISL, a British umbrella organization of a number of major sport and leisure companies The British Ice Hockey Superleague BISL, a professional ice hockey league in the United Kingdom betwee ...

                                               

NLA

NLA may refer to: NLA-No Longer Available National Language Authority, a regulatory institution of Urdu language in Pakistan National Liberation Army disambiguation Nevada Library Association Nebraska Library Association Newspaper Licensing Agenc ...

                                               

Highfield

places in England Highfield, Sheffield Highfield, Hertfordshire a neighbourhood in Hemel Hempstead Highfield Boarding House, Uppingham School Highfield, Wigan Highfield, Tyne & Wear Highfield, North Yorkshire Highfield, Bolton Highfield, Gloucest ...

                                               

Mataguzi (tribe)

Mataguzi was an Albanian tribe in the Middle Ages in southern Montenegro, on the northern shores of Lake Skadar. Their area of settlement included the modern village of Mataguzi which takes its name from the tribe.

                                               

Camaj

Camaj is an Albanian surname that traces its origin to the brotherhood of the same name from the village Traboin, in Hoti, a region divided between Albania and Montenegro. The Camaj brotherhood are descendants of Pjeter Gega who in oral tradition ...

                                               

Holy (disambiguation)

Holy is a synonym for sacred. Holy or Holiness may also refer to: Holiness code, found in the Bible at Leviticus 17–26 Holiness movement, a specific tradition within evangelicalism His Holiness, an official style of address in reference to the le ...

                                               

Hungarian catholic lexicon

The Hungarian catholic lexicon is a large-scale lexicon series in Hungarian, dealing mainly with religious topics.

                                               

Verbum

Verbum may refer to: A version of Logos Bible Software designed to help Catholics to study Scripture and understand Church Tradition A 1942 lithograph entitled Verbum by M. C. Escher Verbum Slovak Magazine Verbum magazine, an early personal compu ...

                                               

Koroğlu (disambiguation)

Abdulkadir Koroğlu born 1991, Turkish amateur boxer Huseyin Koroğlu born 1964, Turkish Cypriot actor Elif Koroğlu, Turkish female football referee