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Huayquerias Formation

The Huayquerias Formation is a Late Miocene fossiliferous geological formation of the Frontal Cordillera and Cuyo Basin of Argentina. The formation crops out in the central Mendoza Province. The formation, with a maximum thickness of 126 metres 4 ...

                                               

Aftabeh (toilet pitcher)

Aftabeh is a pitcher made out of clay, copper, brass, or plastic which is used traditionally for purposes of hand washing, cleansing, and ablution. Its overall shape is similar to a ewer with an angled spout protruding from its side, from where w ...

                                               

Glencairn

Glencairn, Dumfries and Galloway, an ecclesiastical and civil parish in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland Glencairn, Belfast, an electoral ward in Belfast Glencairn House, the official residence of the British Ambassador to Ireland. Glencairn has b ...

                                               

A-Imdugud

A-Imdugud, was an early ruler of the First Dynasty of Ur in the 26th century BCE. He does not appear in the Sumerian King List, but is known from an inscribed seal found in tomb PG 1236 in the Royal Cemetery at Ur, which is the largest and probab ...

                                               

Waterhouse

Waterhouse surname John William Waterhouse, an English painter in the Pre-Raphaelite style. Alfred Waterhouse, an English architect, particularly associated with the Victorian Gothic Revival architecture

                                               

Thomas Brodie (Royal Navy officer)

Thomas Charles Brodie was an officer in the Royal Navy during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars. As a lieutenant, he fought at the Battle of the Nile in 1798 and the Siege of Acre in 1799. Promoted to the rank of commander on 14 Februa ...

                                               

Saint Josephs College

St Josephs College, Trincomalee, Sri Lanka Saint Josephs College, Colombo, Sri Lanka St Josephs College, Bandarawela, Sri Lanka

                                               

Bahariasauridae

Bahariasauridae is a probable family of averostran theropods that might include a handful of African and South American genera, such as Aoniraptor, Bahariasaurus, Deltadromeus, and Gualicho. The placement of these theropods is controversial, with ...

                                               

Komogovina

Serbian Orthodox Monastery of the Transfiguration of the Lord in Komogovina was established by monks from Bosanska Krajina in XVII century in 1693. Their earlier monastery below the Kozara Mountain was destroyed in war against the Ottoman Empire. ...

                                               

Higgins

Higgins Beach, small beach in Maine, USA Higgins, Texas, city in Lipscomb County, Texas, USA Higgins Field, a World War II airbase on the northern tip of Cape York Peninsula in Queensland, Australia Higgins Township, Michigan, USA Higgins Lake, i ...

                                               

ACAC

ACAC or acac may refer to: Allen County Athletic Conference, High School conference in Indiana, US ACAC consortium, a subsidiary of China Aviation Industry Corporation Alberta Colleges Athletics Conference, the governing body for collegiate sport ...

                                               

SEH

Lipid-phosphate phosphatase, an enzyme Soluble epoxide hydrolase, an enzyme which catalyzes the addition of water to epoxides Structured Exception Handling, a computing concept designed to handle the occurrence of program exceptions

                                               

Finis Conner

Finis Conner is an American entrepreneur and pioneer of the disk drive industry, founding industry leaders Shugart Associates, Seagate Technology and Conner Peripherals. Conner Peripherals, a major HDD manufacturer, was founded in 1987, and by 19 ...

                                               

Bank of Iwate Red Brick Building

Bank of Iwate Red Brick Building is a former bank building located in the city of Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, Japan. The building is an example of Meiji period western style architecture in Japan, and is listed as an Important Cultural Property. T ...

                                               

Paulette Sarcey

Paulette Sarcey was born as Paula Szlifke on 11 April 1924 in Paris. Her family was of Polish Jewish origin. Her father, Froïm Efrayam, was a leather worker and communist activist. Her mother, Jenta Yentil Przepiorka, worked in the clothing indus ...

                                               

Hida

Hida Minzoku Mura Folk Village, an open air historical museum in Gifu Prefecture, Japan Hida, Gifu, a city in Gifu Prefecture, Japan Hida, Salaj, a commune in Romania Hida Province, a former province in Japan Hida region, the northern region of G ...

                                               

CASM

CASM may refer to: Centre dArt Santa Monica, a public venue in Barcelona, Spain Cost per Available Seat Mile, a measure of unit cost in the airline industry Centre for the Analysis of Social Media, a group founded by the UK think tank Demos Canad ...

                                               

Destination Crenshaw

Destination Crenshaw is an under-construction 1.3-mile-long open-air museum in Los Angeles, California, dedicated to preserving the history and culture of African Americans. The museum stretches along Crenshaw Boulevard, enhancing the public stru ...

                                               

Willem de Ridder

Willem de Ridder is a Dutch anarchist and artist, known as a founder of Fluxus. He was the foremost Fluxus member in the Netherlands. He showed and sold Fluxus works in his gallery, Amstel 47, and shops Fluxshop and European Mail-Order Warehouse. ...

                                               

Ellen Trotzig

Ellen Trotzig was a Swedish artist who based herself in Osterlen and became known as the "first painter of the East".

                                               

Locus Ludi

Locus Ludi is a five year 2017-2022 research project on play and games in Graeco-Roman Antiquity sponsored and financed by the European Research Council under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The project is hea ...

                                               

Robert Lehmann-Nitsche

Robert Lehmann‑Nitsche was a German anthropologist who spent thirty years in Argentina as director of the Anthropological Section of the La Plata Museum and professor at the University of Buenos Aires. He became an authority on indigenous people ...

                                               

Kam (disambiguation)

Kam or Kaam means deep extensive desire, often sexual, and is counted among the cardinal sins in Sikhism. Kam or KAM also refer to:

                                               

Susan Fisher Sterling

Susan Fisher Sterling is an American art curator, currently the Director of the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C. She has been an activist in the Feminist art movement in the United States since the early 1980s.

                                               

National Palace

Buildings called National Palace include: National Palace Museum in Taipei, Taiwan Republic of China National Palace Nicaragua, in Managua National Palace Haiti, in Port-au-Prince National Palace Ethiopia, in Addis Ababa Palau Nacional en: Nation ...

                                               

National Maritime Museum (disambiguation)

National Maritime Museum may refer to: National Maritime Museum Galle, Sri Lanka National Maritime Museum, Indonesia National Maritime Museum, Malta San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park National Maritime Museum of Ireland National Mari ...

                                               

National Railway Museum (disambiguation)

National Railway Museum may refer to: Zambia: Railway Museum Zambia in Livingstone Germany: DB Museum part of the Nuremberg Transport Museum Kenya: Nairobi Railway Museum Australia: National Railway Museum, Port Adelaide in Adelaide, South Austra ...

                                               

National Museum of Science and Technology

National Museum of Science and Technology may refer to: National Museum of Science and Technology, Lahore, in Lahore, Pakistan National Museum of Science and Technology Spain in La Coruña and Alcobendas, Spain Swedish National Museum of Science a ...

                                               

Science Museum

Science Museum may refer to: Science museum, a type of museum Science Museum of the University of Coimbra, a museum in Coimbra, Portugal Hong Kong Science Museum, a museum in Kowloon, Hong Kong

                                               

Admiralty House

Buildings called Admiralty House include: Admiralty House, Bermuda, the residence and offices for the senior officer of the Royal Navy in the British Overseas Territory of Bermuda, or any of three sites that housed the residence Mount Wyndham, Ba ...

                                               

Central Fire Station

Central Fire Station or Old Central Fire Station may refer to: in Singapore Central Fire Station, Singapore in the United States Central Fire Station Brockton, Massachusetts, NRHP-listed Fire Museum of Texas, Beaumont, Texas, located in former "C ...

                                               

Air Force Museum

Vietnamese Peoples Air Force Museum, Hanoi in Vietnam Vietnamese Peoples Air Force Museum, Saigon in Vietnam Air Force Museum of New Zealand in Wigram Aerodrome, Christchurch, New Zealand Republic of China Air Force Museum in Kaohsiung, Taiwan Sr ...

                                               

Dinosaur Museum

Dinosaur Museum may refer to: Wyoming Dinosaur Center, Thermopolis, Wyoming, United States Aathal Dinosaur Museum, Aathal-Seegraben, Switzerland Dinosaur Walk Museum, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and Branson, Missouri, United States Fukui Prefectural ...

                                               

National Aviation

National Aviation may refer to: National Aviation Day, a United States national observation National aviation authority NAA, the government statutory authority in each country that oversees the approval and regulation of civil aviation National A ...

                                               

Emirates National Auto Museum

The Emirates Visa Online is a national automobile museum in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The museum is located in Al Dhafra about 45 kilometres south of the city of Abu Dhabi. The museum has a collection of around 200 cars belo ...

                                               

Gabrielle Patterson

Gabrielle Ruth Millicent Patterson born Gabrielle Ruth Millicent Burr was a British aviator who worked for the Air Transport Auxiliary. She was Britains first woman flying instructor.

                                               

Three Wells (disambiguation)

Drei Brunnen, "Three Wells", the source of the river Kaltenmuhlbach, Germany Three Wells near Broomehill, the source of Gordon River Western Australia Three Wells Round Cairn, a Scheduled Monument in Monmouthshire Three Wells, a settlement in Bue ...

                                               

Old Town

Oldtown, Letterkenny Old Town, County Roscommon Oldtown, Dublin

                                               

Maree Clarke

Maree Clarke is a Mutti Mutti, Yorta Yorta, BoonWurrung/Wemba woman, curator, and artist. Clarke is a multidisciplinary artist renowned for her work in reviving South-eastern Aboriginal Australian art practices.

                                               

Debbie Grossman

Debbie Grossman is a Brooklyn-based photographer from Rochester, NY interested in playing with time, re-imagining history, and reviving archival images and documents.

                                               

Jargo, Purulia

Jargo is a village in the Ilu Jargo panchayat in the Jhalda I CD block in the Jhalda subdivision of the Purulia district in the state of West Bengal, India.

                                               

Agharpur

Purulia district forms the lowest step of the Chota Nagpur Plateau. The general scenario is undulating land with scattered hills. Jhalda subdivision, shown in the map alongside, is located in the western part of the district, bordering Jharkhand. ...

                                               

Patty Wickman

Patty Wickman is an American contemporary artist based in Los Angeles, California. Wickman is a professor of Painting and Drawing at the University of California, Los Angeles.

                                               

Stam

STAM can refer to: Surface-to-air missile, otherwise spelt as Surface To Air Missile Signal transducing adaptor molecule, a human gene UGM-89 Perseus, a cancelled U.S. Navy submarine-launched anti-ship and anti-submarine guided missile system kno ...

                                               

Kroeger Clocks

The Kroeger family of Mennonite clockmakers, better known as Kroeger Clocks, was a well-known clockmaking family, the earliest recorded of whom was Peter D. Kroeger from Reimerswalde, near Danzig, Prussia in the mid-1700s. The clockmaking continu ...

                                               

Pavel Serebrovsky

Pavel Vladimirovich Serebrovsky was a Russian ornithologist, biogeographer, and paleontologist. He worked on faunistics, biogeographical theories and worked at the zoological museum of the USSR Academy of Sciences while also collecting in the Alt ...

                                               

BSM

British School of Motoring, a British driving school Black-Scholes-Merton_formula, a formula to calculate option prices Black Student Movement, at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, US Benilde-St. Margarets, a Catholic, co-education ...

                                               

White Rabbit (disambiguation)

White Rabbits sculptors, a group of women sculptors who worked with Lorado Taft at the Worlds Columbian Exposition in 1893 White Rabbit Gallery, Chinese contemporary art museum in Sydney, Australia

                                               

List of hiking trails in Minnesota

This is a list of hiking trails in Minnesota. To be included in this list, the trail must be in the U.S. state of Minnesota, and it must be designated for hiking by a primary source or be notable for hiking in credible secondary sources. It is no ...

                                               

VSM

Varanger Sami Museum, a museum in Varangerbotn, Norway Vickers, Sons & Maxim, a British armaments and ammunition manufacturer of the early 20th century Vysoka skola manazmentu or City University of Seattle in Slovakia, a private college Villa Sai ...