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Zeiss

Carl Zeiss SMT, a Zeiss subsidiary Carl Zeiss Foundation, holding company for several Zeiss companies Schott AG, a Zeiss subsidiary Carl Zeiss Meditec AG, a Zeiss subsidiary Carl Zeiss AG, German manufacturer of optics, industrial measurements an ...

                                               

Rectilinear

Rectilinear means related to a straight line; it may refer to: Rectilinear motion or linear motion is motion along a straight line Rectilinear Research Corporation, a now defunct manufacturer of high-end loudspeakers Rectilinear polygon, a polygo ...

                                               

Wray

19721 Wray, an asteroid Wray-with-Botton, Lancashire, England Wray, Georgia, United States Wray, Colorado, United States Wray, Lancashire, a village of Lancashire, England Wray 17-96, a star in the Scorpius constellation

                                               

1975–76 Paris Saint-Germain F.C. season

The 1975–76 season was Paris Saint-Germain Football Clubs 6th season in existence and 3rd season in Division 1, the top tier of French football. The club also competed in the Coupe de France. PSG played its home matches at Parc des Princes in Par ...

                                               

AFN

AFN may refer to: Assembly of First Nations, in Canada Afrique française du Nord, French North Africa, a mid 20th-century term encompassing Tunisia, Morocco and Algeria Defaka language, a Nigerian language American Forces Network, operated by the ...

                                               

Vertex

Vertex computer graphics, a point in space with additional attributes Vertex of a representation, a certain type of subgroup in finite group theory Vertex curve, a local extreme point of curvature Vertex geometry, a point where higher-dimensional ...

                                               

Kinarri 16

The Kinarri 16 was first released as a hand cranked version, in a round camera body. The crank was on the right side and the framerate was obviously completely manually adjusted, by how quickly the cinematographer turned the crank. On the left si ...

                                               

I Dont Want to Go to Bed (Astrid Lindgren book)

Lasse doesnt want to go to bed. He always finds new things to play with. His mother doesnt know what to do. Therefore, Aunt Lotte lets Lasse put on her magic glasses. With the glasses, Lasse observes what the other children are doing. Lasse sees ...

                                               

Citizens for Fire Safety

Citizens for Fire Safety was a nonprofit based out of Sacramento, California that advocated for usage of chemical fire retardants in household furniture. After investigation by the Chicago Tribune released in May of 2012, Citizens For Fire Safety ...

                                               

Ghost Dance (disambiguation)

The Ghost Dance: The Origins of Religion, a 1970 nonfiction book by Weston La Barre Ghost Dance novel, a 1970 historical fiction novel by John Norman Ghost Dance, the third novel in a childrens fantasy trilogy by Susan Price

                                               

Dan Strauss

Dan Strauss is an American politician who serves on the Seattle City Council from District 6. A native of Seattles Ballard neighborhood, he previously worked as an aide to local politicians, including Seattle councilmember Sally Bagshaw.

                                               

Payal Arora

Payal Arora is an Indian anthropologist, full Professor and Chair in Technology, Values, and Global Media Cultures at Erasmus University Rotterdam, author and consultant. She is the founder of CatalystLab, an organization that connects academia, ...

                                               

Natalie Roe

Natalie Roe is an experimental particle physicist and observational cosmologist, and the Director of the Physics Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory since 2012. She has been awarded as the Fellow of American Physical Society and Ame ...

                                               

Fiorenzo Manganiello

Fiorenzo Manganiello is an Italian banker and expert in field of blockchain technologies who was awarded as Blockchain Expert Switzerland for 2018 by Acquisition International.

                                               

International European University

International European University also known as IEU is a Kyiv based multi-campus higher learning institution, which is considered one of the modern & highly accredited university of Ukraine. The university was initially for Ukrainian citizens, la ...

                                               

Zakes Bantwini

Zakhele Madida professionally known as Zakes Bantwini is a multi-award-winning South African singer, record producer and businessman from KwaMashu F-section, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. He has worked closely with fellow musician Black Coffee, wi ...

                                               

Mango Meadows

Mango Meadows is an agricultural theme park in Kaduthuruthy, Kerala, India. With more than 4800 species of plants, including 1900 species of medicinal plants, 700 species of trees, 900 species of flowering plants, it is one of the most bio divers ...

                                               

Julie A. Robinson (Biologist)

In 1985, Julie A. Robinson graduated from Highland High school in Pocatello, Idaho. She did not think that she was going to be able to attend college due to financial difficulties, until she received word from Utah State that they had awarded her ...

                                               

Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering & Bioscience

The Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering & Bioscience is one of the nine interdisciplinary research institutes at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Established in 1995, the goal of the IBB has been to centralize and accelerate Georgia ...

                                               

Ostwald

Ostwald may refer to: Friedrich Wilhelm Ostwald, the physico-chemist awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1909 The Ostwald Process, a synthesis method for making nitric acid from ammonia Ostwald ripening, a crystallization effect Ostwald color s ...

                                               

Schmeisser

Schmeisser may refer to: Hugo Schmeisser 1884–1953, German infantry weapons designer Schmeisser Award, an NCAA lacrosse award MP 40, a German World War II submachine gun often called "Schmeisser" Johann Gottlob Schmeisser 1751-1806, Canadian Luth ...

                                               

Donna Scheeder

Donna Wills Scheeder is an American librarian who was president of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions from 2015 to 2017, under the theme "Libraries: A Call to Action". Scheeder participated in the IFLA Governing ...

                                               

Nambirajan Seshadri

Nambirajan Seshadri is a professor of practice at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Jacobs School of Engineering, University of California, San Diego.

                                               

Alexis Lewis

Alexis Lewis is an American inventor, repeat science fair winner and public speaker. She is best known for her advocacy for invention education and her humanitarian inventions. She is known to have given talks at the White House, Smithsonian, SXS ...

                                               

Fritz Zwicky Prize for Astrophysics and Cosmology

The Fritz Zwicky Prize for Astrophysics and Cosmology is awarded biennially to a living person who, in the estimation of the judges, "has obtained fundamental and outstanding results related to astrophysics and/or cosmology". These results may co ...

                                               

Berkeley Center for Theoretical Physics

The Berkeley Center for Theoretical Physics is a research center for theoretical particle physics, cosmology, string theory and quantum gravity at the University of California at Berkeley.

                                               

Tobias Prize

Tobias Prize is named after Tobias who died at an early age of 17 years in 1991 due to aplastic anemia, his family members dedicated this prize on his name. The aim of this prize is to support the establishment and maintenance of the Swedish bone ...

                                               

Lomonosov (disambiguation)

Lomonosov may refer to: Lomonosov diamond mine in Russia Lomonosov porcelain: renaming of the Imperial Porcelain Factory, Saint Petersburg from 1925 to 2005 Lomonosov, Russia formerly Oranienbaum, a town in Russia Lomonosov Bridge in Saint Peters ...

                                               

Igor V. Minin

Igor V. Minin, a Russian physicist, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Metrology and a full professor of Physics at the Tomsk Polytechnic University. He became known for contribution to the creation of new directions in science: THz 3 ...

                                               

The Company War

The Company War is a 1983 board wargame published by Mayfair Games. It is based on American writer C. J. Cherryhs 1982 science fiction novel, Downbelow Station.

                                               

Parsec (disambiguation)

A parsec is a unit of distance. Parsec may also refer to: Parsec Spectral Synthesizer from Propellerhead Software Parsec Awards, a set of awards for science fiction podcasts Parsecs, some levels in Gaplus Princeton Application Repository for Shar ...

                                               

Aldebaran (disambiguation)

Aldebaran is the brightest star in the constellation Taurus. Aldebaran may also refer to: Aldebaran film, a 1935 Italian drama film Aldebaranium, alternative name for the element Ytterbium Aldebaran Rock, conspicuous nunatak of bright red rock, l ...

                                               

Kipling (disambiguation)

Colorado State Highway 391, also known as Kipling Street Kipling, Ohio, an unincorporated community in Center Township, Guernsey County, Ohio, United States

                                               

Bento (disambiguation)

Bento Box Entertainment also known as Bento Box Animation, an American animation studio Bento Books, an American independent book publisher Bento, a science fiction fanzine edited by David D. Levine and Kate Yule Ben-To, a Japanese light novel, m ...

                                               

Perversion (disambiguation)

Perversion is a behavior that is a serious deviation from what is orthodox or normal. Perversion may also refer to: Pervert!, a 2005 film "Perversion", a song by Rob Zombie from Hellbilly Deluxe Pervert album, an album by American stand-up comedi ...

                                               

Strange Days

Strange Days: Fabulous Journeys with Gardner Dozois, a short-story collection by Gardner Dozois "Strange Days", a regular section of the magazine Fortean Times Strange Days: My Life with and Without Jim Morrison, a memoir by Patricia Kennealy-Mor ...

                                               

Dahlgren

Dahlgren, Virginia Dahlgren, Illinois Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division Dahlgren Township, Hamilton County, Illinois Dahlgren Railroad Heritage Trail in King George County, Virginia Dahlgren Township, Carver County, Minnesota Dahlgre ...

                                               

Toy box

The Toy Box, a 2017 American reality television series Toybox TV series, an Australian childrens television series The Toybox, a 2018 American supernatural thriller film DS-12 Toy Box, the protagonists ship in the science fiction manga and anime ...

                                               

H+

Evolved High Speed Packet Access, H+ mobile phone icon Electron hole, h + the conceptual opposite of an electron Hydron chemistry, H + a cationic form of atomic hydrogen

                                               

Blue Planet

Earth, has been referred to as the Blue Planet due to the abundant water on its surface and/or the atmospheric hue Blue Planet film, a 1990 documentary film directed by Ben Burtt Blue Planet Aquarium, a public aquarium in Cheshire, England The Bl ...

                                               

Egeria

The name Egeria may refer to: USS Egeria ARL-8, a U.S. Navy repair ship named after the nymph HMS Egeria, any one of three Royal Navy ships Egeria pilgrim, also called Aetheria, a fourth-century Christian woman who made a pilgrimage to the Holy L ...

                                               

Vow (disambiguation)

A vow is an oath or promise. Vow, Vows or The Vow may also refer to: The Vow devolution promise, a joint statement in the 2014 Scottish independence referendum

                                               

Revolt (disambiguation)

A revolution or revolt is an attempt to fundamentally change an organizational structure in a relatively short period of time. The adjective revolting can refer either to revolution as above, or to disgust. Revolt may also refer to:

                                               

VK

VK may refer to: Level Europe IATA airline designator VK since 2018 Visual kei, a movement among Japanese musicians featuring eccentric, sometimes flamboyant looks Cirrus VK-30, an American homebuilt aircraft Holden VK Commodore, a model of GM Ho ...

                                               

Farseer

Farseer can refer to any of the following: A follower of the Eldar Path of the Seer, in the Warhammer 40.000 universe The Farseer Trilogy, a series of novels by fantasy author Robin Hobb The Farseer royal family in the above trilogy A type of Sha ...

                                               

Exordium

Exordium may refer to: The Exordium series, a science fiction book series written by Sherwood Smith and Dave Trowbridge In law, an exordium clause is the first paragraph or sentence in a last will and testament, in which the testator identifies h ...

                                               

Matriarch (disambiguation)

A matriarch or clan-mother or chief is a mother, or other female person in a family who autocratically rules a clan or kinship. Matriarch is a female patriarch in churches allowing ordination of women. Matriarch may also refer to: The Matriarch, ...

                                               

Glin

Glin or GLIN may refer to: Global Legal Information Network, federation of government agencies that contribute national legal information Glin, member of the Sweeper Alliance in the manga Black Cat Great Lakes Information Network, an initiative o ...

                                               

Injection

Network injection, an attack on access points that are exposed to non-filtered network traffic Email injection, a security violation technique using web email forms Dependency injection, a programming design pattern, also referred to as inversion ...

                                               

Richard Austin

Richard Austin may refer to: Richard Austin cricketer 1954–2015, West Indian cricketer Rick Austin baseball born 1946, American baseball player Richard G. Austin politician born 1948, politician from Illinois Rick Austin politician born 1966, Geo ...