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Observer

A state observer in control theory, a system that models a real system in order to provide an estimate of its internal state Observer pattern, a design pattern used in computer programming In information theory, any system which receives informat ...

                                               

Shakespeare and Star Trek

The Star Trek franchise, begun in 1965, has frequently included stories inspired by and alluding to the works of William Shakespeare. The science fiction franchise includes television series, films, comic books, novels and games, and has material ...

                                               

Sandylands

Sandylands is a British television sitcom created and written by Martin Collins and Alex Finch. It was produced by King Bert Productions and originally aired on Gold from 4 March 2020. The series revolves around the offbeat inhabitants of the tit ...

                                               

Ant social networks

The network of trophallaxis events differs from the network of social contacts. In the trophallaxis network of Lasius niger, foragers have higher betweenness and centrality than domestic workers, and the domestic workers appear to form three clus ...

                                               

TMEM267

TMEM267 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the TMEM267 gene. It is a possible oncogene which encodes a transmembrane protein. The function of TMEM267 most likely involves transportation of molecules from the cytosol, as the presence of mot ...

                                               

C1orf185

Chromosome 1 open reading frame 185, also known as C1orf185, is a protein that in humans is encoded by the C1orf185 gene. In humans, C1orf185 is a lowly expressed protein that has been found to be occasionally expressed in the circulatory system.

                                               

Faceless (2007 film)

Faceless is a 2007 Austrian/British science-fiction film directed by Manu Luksch that is constructed entirely from CCTV surveillance camera images, obtained under European data protection legislation. It is part of what film theorist Elizabeth Co ...

                                               

David MacDougall

David MacDougall is an American visual anthropologist, academic, and documentary filmmaker, who is known for his ethnographic film work in Africa, Australia and India. For much of his career he co-produced and co-directed films with his wife, fel ...

                                               

Bernice Kentner

Bernice Kentner was born in Cheyenne, Wyoming and later moved to North Platte, Nebraska. In the 1980s, Kentner relocated to Concord, California. Bernice Kentner was a leading proponent of seasonal color analysis in the 1970s and 1980s. By the 199 ...

                                               

Chiara Bottici

Bottici is Associate Professor of Philosophy and Director of Gender Studies at The New School for Social Research and Eugene Lang College, New York. Bottici studied philosophy at the University of Florence, then obtained a PhD from the European U ...

                                               

Bildwissenschaft

Bildwissenschaft is an academic discipline in the German-speaking world. Similar to visual studies, and defined in relation to art history, Bildwissenschaft refers to a number of different approaches to images, their interpretation and their soci ...

                                               

Metric units

Metric units are units based on the metre, gram or second and decimal multiples or sub-multiples of these. The most widely used examples are the units of the International System of Units. By extension they include units of electromagnetism from ...

                                               

MTS

Bell MTS, a telecommunications provider in Manitoba, Canada formerly known as Manitoba Telephone System and Manitoba Telecom Services MTS Ukraine, former name of Vodafone Ukraine, a Ukrainian subsidiary of MTS MTS India, Indian subsidiary of MTS ...

                                               

SN

Sabena Brussels Airlines IATA code SN SN Brussels Airlines IATA code SN Stronnictwo Narodowe National Party, a Polish political party Standards Norway, the main standards organization of Norway

                                               

Giba River

Giba is a river of northern Ethiopia. It starts at the confluence of Genfel and Sulluh and flows westward to the Tekeze River. Future Lake Giba will occupy the plain where Sulluh, Genfel and Agulai Rivers meet, and hence be the future source of G ...

                                               

Ilala River

Ilala is a river of northern Ethiopia. Rising in the mountains of Dergajen, it flows westward to Giba River which empties finally in the Tekeze River.

                                               

Tanqwa

Tanqwa is a river of northern Ethiopia. Rising in the mountains of Dogu’a Tembien, it flows westward to Giba River which empties finally in the Tekeze River.

                                               

Genfel

Genfel is a river of northern Ethiopia. Rising on the foot of the Atsbi horst at 2253 metres above sea level, it flows southwestward to Giba River which empties finally in the Tekeze River. Future Lake Giba will occupy the plain where Sulluh, Gen ...

                                               

RDS

Radio Data System, a communications-protocol standard used with commercial FM Radio Dimensione Suono, an Italian radio station RDS Info, a sister sports news channel to Reseau des sports Reseau des sports, a French-language television network in ...

                                               

2020 WTA Elite Trophy

The 2020 WTA Elite Trophy is an upcoming womens tennis tournament to be played at the Hengqin International Tennis Center in Zhuhai, China. It will be the sixth edition of the singles event and doubles competition. The tournament will be conteste ...

                                               

2020 Streatham stabbing

On 2 February 2020 two people were stabbed in Streatham, London in what police termed a terrorist incident. The attacker, Sudesh Amman, was shot dead by the police. A nearby woman was slightly injured by broken glass as a result. At the time Amma ...

                                               

Brexit Day bomb plot

The Brexit Day bomb plot was a plan to carry out a terrorist bombing in the United Kingdom on 31 January 2020 on the day of Brexit, when the country withdrew from the European Union. The Police Service of Northern Ireland was given two anonymous ...

                                               

2020 in Tunisia

February 9 – 1.200 runners participate in half-Marathon 21 kilometers in Djerba,Tunisia. February 3 – President Kais Saied visits Algeria in his first trip outside the country. March 6 - Suicide bombing outside U.S. Embassy in Tunis February 17 – ...

                                               

Soco

Society for Community Organization, a non-governmental and human rights advocacy group in Hong Kong SOCO International, an oil and gas exploration and production company, headquartered in London SoCo Music Project, a community music organization ...

                                               

This Is Your Country On Drugs

This Is Your Country On Drugs: The Secret History of Getting High in America is a 2009 nonfiction book by Ryan Grim. Topics covered include the prohibition of LSD and anti-cannabis public service announcements. Publishers Weekly said it was a "sh ...

                                               

The Glass Slipper (novel)

The Glass Slipper is a 1938 American mystery novel by Mignon G. Eberhart. Like many of her novels, it features a nurse protagonist and elements of romance. The book was first sold in hardcover in New York by Doubleday, and in London through the C ...

                                               

For Love or Money

For Love or Money play, a 1947 Broadway play by F. Hugh Herbert, adapted for the 1958 film This Happy Feeling For Love or Money, a 2018 film starring Robert Kazinsky For Love or Money 1963 film, a film starring Kirk Douglas For Love or Money, an ...

                                               

Gravity (disambiguation)

Gravitation M. C. Escher or Gravity, a 1952 mixed-media artwork by M. C. Escher Gravity comics, a fictional character Gravity, a medical thriller by novelist Tess Gerritsen

                                               

Grave Danger (disambiguation)

"Grave Danger" is an episode of the American crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Grave Danger may also refer to: Grave Danger, a Hardy Boys mystery novel Grave Danger, a 2005 Rat City Rollergirls roller derby team Monster Madness: Grave Da ...

                                               

CSU

CSU may refer to: Channel service unit, a Wide area network equivalent of a network interface card Česky statisticky uead, Czech Statistical Office Christian Social Union UK, an Anglican social gospel organisation Civil Service Union, a defunct t ...

                                               

XX

Les XX, a group of twenty Belgian painters XX organization, a fictional organisation in the comic and game XIII XX web series, a 2020 South Korean web series XX, the production code for the 1969 Doctor Who serial The Seeds of Death XX film, a 201 ...

                                               

Doctor Who (disambiguation)

Dr. Who Dalek films, the human character played by Peter Cushing in two films based on the television series Doctor Who film, the television movie starring Paul McGann, based on the television series The Doctor Who, the main character in the Brit ...

                                               

Murder of Alianna DeFreeze

On January 26, 2017, Alianna DeFreeze, a fourteen-year-old girl from Cleveland, Ohio, was kidnapped, raped, tortured, and murdered by Christopher Whitaker. Whitaker, who had a criminal history involving grand theft, burglary, aggravated robbery, ...

                                               

A Murder in the Park

A Murder in the Park is a 2014 American true crime documentary directed by Shawn Rech and Brandon Kimber. The documentary examines the controversial conviction of Alstory Simon, who served 15+ years in an Illinois prison for double homicide follo ...

                                               

All In

All In: An E-guide To No Limit Texas Holdem, a book by Amarillo Slim and Brent Riley All In: The Education of General David Petraeus, a biography of General David Petraeus written by Paula Broadwell All In: How Our Work-First Culture Fails Dads, ...

                                               

Parker

Parker Place, an Asian-themed shopping mall in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada Mount Parker Philippines, a Mindanao island volcano of the Philippines Parker Pass, Antarctica C. W. Parker Carousel, a Burnaby Village Museum exhibit in British Co ...

                                               

Judge (disambiguation)

Judge, an alternative name for an adjudicator in a competition in theatre, music, sport, etc. Biblical judges, an office of authority in the early history of Israel Judge, an alternative name/aviator call sign for a member of the Judge Advocate G ...

                                               

Bay (disambiguation)

Bay River, a river in this locality Bay, Haute-Saone, a commune of France in the Haute-Saone department Bay, Laguna, a municipality in the Philippines Bay, Arkansas, USA Chesapeake Bay, an estuary in District of Columbia and the U.S. states of Ma ...

                                               

Jean-Pierre St-Louis

St-Louis began his feature film career in 1987 alongside Robert Morin and Lorraine Dufour as a photography director for Tristesse modele reduit. He collaborated in numerous other films throughout his career. Between 1977 and 1991, he directed sev ...

                                               

William Egan

William Egan may refer to: William Egan hurler born 1990, Irish hurler William P. Egan, American businessman and investor William Egan footballer 1872–1946, Welsh international footballer William Henry Egan, Member of Parliament for Birkenhead We ...

                                               

Eboni Boykin

Eboni Boykin gained attention for attending Columbia University despite a severely disadvantaged high school experience. Her story of earning a full scholarship to an Ivy League university, after spending some of her high school years homeless, c ...

                                               

January 1995 Algiers bombing

At 3:20pm on 30 January 1995, a bomb exploded on a busy street in central Algiers, Algeria. It was a suicide car bombing which used over 220 pounds of explosives. It was detonated in front of a bank office, across the street from Algiers police h ...

                                               

1992 Algiers bombings

On 26 August 1992 in Algiers, Algeria, two bombs exploded and another was defused. The first exploded at Houari Boumedienne Airport, killing 9 people and injuring another 123. A few minutes later, another exploded near an Air France office in cen ...

                                               

Triangle of Death

Triangle of Death Iraq, a term applied by American and coalition forces, during the Iraq War, to a region situated just to the south of the Iraqi capital of Baghdad Triangle of death Italy, an area in southern Italy with an unusual high number of ...

                                               

Safety and Intervention Sections

The SSIs were created in December 2005 by the command of the Algerian National Gendarmerie. The SSI was created to support the DSI and the intervention group IM that previously did this work, and is therefore dedicated to the fight against terror ...

                                               

Police Special Operations Group

The Police Special Operations Group is the elite unit of the Algerian Police. It was created the July 22, 2016, the unit participates throughout the national territory in the fight against all forms of crime, organised crime, terrorism and hostag ...

                                               

Huilliche uprising of 1792

The Huilliche uprising of 1792 was an indigenous uprising against the Spanish penetration into Futahuillimapu, territory in southern Chile that had been de facto free of Spanish rule since 1602. The first part of the conflict was a series of Huil ...

                                               

Swag

Swag, fabric dressing for a window valance Swag motif or festoon, a wreath or garland or a carving depicting foliage and ribbons Swag bag, or promotional merchandise, bagged items given away at trade fairs and events Swag, stolen goods, in 1800s ...

                                               

Alija Suljak

Alija Suljak was prominent Bosnian Muslim Croat who was professor, politician and military officer of Ustase during the World War II, best known as one of main perpetrators of Genocide of Serbs in Eastern Herzegovina.

                                               

El Khottab Al Bab

El Khottab Al Bab is a Tunisian dramatic comedy TV series in Tunisian Arabic, broadcast during the months of Ramadan 1996 and 1997 on TV7.Created by Slaheddine Essid and Ali Louati.