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Peace of Pressburg

Peace of Pressburg or Treaty of Pressburg may refer to: Peace of Pressburg 1271, a treaty settling territorial claims between Bohemia and Hungary Peace of Pressburg 1491, between Hungary and the Holy Roman Empire over Lower Austria and the Hungar ...

                                               

Plavecky Castle

Plavecky Castle is a ruined medieval castle in the municipality of Plavecke Podhradie in the Bratislava region of south-west Slovakia. It is located on the western foothills of the Little Carpathians.

                                               

Anyone (Demi Lovato song)

Anyone is a song by American singer Demi Lovato. She performed it at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards on January 26, 2020, her first performance since suffering a near-fatal drug overdose in July 2018. That same day, it was made available for purcha ...

                                               

Cluster of Excellence Frankfurt Macromolecular Complexes

The Cluster of Excellence Frankfurt" Macromolecular Complexes” was established in 2006 by Goethe University Frankfurt together with the Max Planck Institute of Biophysics and the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research in the context of the Germa ...

                                               

Vasily Sidorov

Vasily Sergeyevich Sidorov was a Soviet and Russian diplomat. He served in various diplomatic roles since the 1970s, particularly with the United Nations bodies in New York and Geneva, ending his career as Permanent Representative of Russia to th ...

                                               

Peter von Staufenberg

Peter von Staufenberg is a Middle High German verse novella in 1.192 lines. It was written around 1310 by Egenolf von Staufenberg. Egenolf was a member of an Alsatian noble family. Egenolf can be traced in documents from 1273, 1285 and 1320. He w ...

                                               

Dolmens on the Upper Reaches of the Huifa River

The dolmens are located in the administrative divisions of Liuhe County and Meihekou City in Tonghua, Jilin. They are distributed throughout the drainage basins of the Yitong Chinese: 一統河 ; pinyin: yītǒng he and Santong Chinese: 三統河 ; pinyi ...

                                               

Kamikaze (disambiguation)

The Kamikaze were suicide attacks by military aviators from the Empire of Japan against Allied naval vessels during World War II. Kamikaze may also refer to:

                                               

Tonight (Kesha song)

On October 21, 2019, a trailer for Keshas High Road album premiered on her YouTube channel. In it, snippets of "Tonight" were featured, along with other songs from the album. Kesha posted a video to her TikTok account, which shows her and co-writ ...

                                               

Torodinium

Torodinium is a genus of unarmored dinoflagellates and comprises two species, Torodinium robustum and the type species Torodinium teredo. The establishment of Torodinium, as well as the characterization of the majority of its morphology, occurred ...

                                               

2020–21 figure skating season

The 2020–21 figure skating season will begin on July 1, 2020, and end on June 30, 2021. During this season, elite skaters will compete on the ISU Championship level at the 2021 European, Four Continents, World Junior, World, World Junior Synchron ...

                                               

Mosara Garden

The Mosara Garden or el-Mosara was a vast royal garden to the north of Fes el-Jdid, the historic citadel and palace-city of the Marinid dynasty in Fes, Morocco. The gardens were created by the Marinid sultan Abu Yaqub Yusuf in 1286 and became fam ...

                                               

Allegory of the Good and Bad Judge

The Good and the Bad Judge is a c. 15th-century fresco panel decorating the audience chamber of the old town hall of the municipality of Reguengos de Monsaraz, a medieval town situated in the south of Portugal, near the border with Spain. The dis ...

                                               

Azzedine Bousseksou

Azzedine Bousseksou attended high school in Algiers, where he also received a diploma in Material Physics from the Universite de Bab Ezzouar. He received a DEA in Materials Science from the University of Nantes in 1988, then obtained a PhD in Mat ...

                                               

Najm ad-Din Al-Tufi

Najm ad-Dīn Abū r-Rabīʿ Sulaimān ibn ʿAbd al-Qawī at-Tūfī was a Hanbali scholar and student of Ibn Taymiyyah. He referred to ibn Taymiyyah as "our sheikh." Most of his scholarship deals with Islamic legal theory and theology. His writings did not ...

                                               

Richard Henriquez

Richard George Henriquez is a Canadian architect known for founding Henriquez Partners Architects in 1969. His projects are known for its blend of unique design with its historical context. His accumulation of work are celebrated by dozens of awa ...

                                               

Historic Monuments and Sites in Kaesong

Historic Monuments and Sites in Kaesong is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Kaesong, North Korea. The site consists of 12 separate components, which together testify to the history and culture of the Koryo Dynasty from the 10th to 14th centuries. ...

                                               

Koan (disambiguation)

Kōan is a case, story, dialog, question, or statement in the history and lore of Zen Buddhism. Kōan may also refer to: Kōan 公安, an abbreviation for any of the following public security agencies Public Security Examination Commission Kōan Muroma ...

                                               

Achim Kramer

Achim Kramer is a German chronobiologist and biochemist. He is the current head of Chronobiology at Charite – Universitatsmedizin Berlin in Berlin, Germany. Kramers primary research interests include post-translational modifications of circadian ...

                                               

The Scope

The Scope may refer to: Student newspaper of the Marsha Stern Talmudical Academy The Scope, the blog of the Yale Scientific Magazine, a student science publication at Yale College The Scope at Ryerson is an internet radio station and future AM ra ...

                                               

Surface Go 2

The Surface Go 2 is a 2-in-1 detachable tablet computer developed by Microsoft. It is the second generation of Surface Go and was announced alongside the Surface Book 3 on May 6, 2020 online. It will be available for purchase starting May 12, 202 ...

                                               

Karthik Krishnan

Karthik Krishnan is an Indian-American Business executive and is the Global Chief Executive Officer of Britannica Group. He is an Adjunct Professor at Stern School of Business, New York University. He is on the board of Britannica Knowledge Syste ...

                                               

Catalan navy

The Catalan navy - with Catalan ships, Catalan admirals and Catalan crew - under the direct or indirect orders of the counts of Barcelona, represented a reality recognized by the entire Mediterranean from its origins to Fernando the Catholic. In ...

                                               

Beer in Estonia

Beer has been brewed in Estonia for over a thousand years. The first written reference to beer in what is now Estonia dates to 1284. During the Soviet era Ziguli beer was brewed in Estonia and many other locations in the Soviet Union. In Estonian ...

                                               

A Balloon Site, Coventry

A Balloon Site, Coventry is an oil on canvas painting undertaken in 1942 by the British artist Laura Knight. It portrays a group of people - mostly women - working to launch a barrage balloon on the outside of Coventry, an industrial city in the ...

                                               

Santa (disambiguation)

Santa 1932 film, the first Mexican narrative sound film Santa 1943 film, a Mexican film Santa band, a Spanish rock band of the 1980s Santa TV series, a 1978 Mexican telenovela

                                               

Music (disambiguation)

"Music" John Miles song", a 1976 single by John Miles from the album Rebel "Music", a 2003 Witchfinder General single from their album Friends of Hell "Music" Madonna song, a 2000 single from Madonnas album Music "Music", a Petula Clark song from ...

                                               

Oldenfelde (Hamburg U-Bahn station)

Oldenfelde is a station on the Hamburg U-Bahn line U1 located on the border of the districts of Farmsen-Berne and Rahlstedt. The name is derived from the Rahlstedt district of Oldenfelde. The planning approval process began in November 2016, cons ...

                                               

Buxbaumia viridis

Buxbuamia viridis, also known as the green shield moss, is a rare bryophyte found sporadically throughout the northern hemisphere. The gametophyte of this moss is not macroscopically visible; the large, distinct sporophyte of B. viridis is the on ...

                                               

Luci Island

Luci Island is an uninhabited island southeast of the Asian mainland in Pinghai Town, Xiuyu District, Putian, Fujian, China and 9 nautical miles north-northwest of Wuqiu Township, Kinmen County, Republic of China which can be seen from the island.

                                               

Yorkshire (disambiguation)

North Riding of Yorkshire, a traditional division of the British county and an administrative county in England between 1889 and 1974 East Riding of Yorkshire, a traditional division of the British county and the name of a unitary authority in En ...

                                               

Superdude

Superdude or Super Dude may refer to: Super Dude, a recurring character in sketches on Nickelodeons All That about a nerdy superhero who battles lactose intolerance Superdude TV series an Indian reality show that ran for two seasons ending in 201 ...

                                               

Life of Christ (paintings series)

Life of Christ are five tempera and gold on panel paintings of scenes from the Nativity and Passion of Christ and running up to the Last Judgement. It dates to around 1290-1300 and attributed to the circle of Cimabue or a Venetian artist. They ar ...

                                               

Eleanor (disambiguation)

Eleanor, West Virginia, a town Eleanor, Iowa, an unincorporated community 2650 Elinor, an asteroid Elinor, California, a former settlement Eleanor, Illinois, an unincorporated community Lake Eleanor, a reservoir in Yosemite National Park, Califor ...

                                               

Irinjin

After accession of Oljaitu, he was appointed as new viceroy of Anatolia in June 1305.His headquarters was centered in Niksar. Oljaitus vizier Sad al-Daula Savaji appointed his nephew Sharaf al-Din Musafir as Irinjins tax collector, Ahmad Lakushi ...

                                               

Molly Jahn

Molly Jahn is an American plant geneticist and breeder and Professor of Agronomy at University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. She was Under Secretary of Research, Education and Economics in the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

                                               

Aristotle (Shields book)

Aristotle is a 2007 book by Christopher Shields in which the author provides an introduction to Aristotles thought. The book has been translated into Chinese, Turkish and Persian. The second edition of the book was published in 2014.

                                               

Nanotechnology in agriculture

Research has shown nanoparticles to be a groundbreaking tool for tackling many arising global issues, the agricultural industry being no exception. In general, a nanoparticle is defined as any particle where one characteristic dimension is 100nm ...

                                               

Sutay

Sutay or Sutai - was a Mongol emir and governor of Diyar Bakr. He was appointed by Oljaitu as viceroy. His descendants held Diyar Bakr in their hands following the dissolution of the Ilkhanate and made it hereditary.

                                               

Jeanne

Jeanne may refer to: Jeanne given name Jeanne 1934 film, a French drama film Tropical Storm Jeanne disambiguation Jeanne, an 1844 novel by George Sand Jeanne, a character from the Bayonetta series of video games Joan of Arc 2019 film, a French dr ...

                                               

Persimedusites chahgazensis

Persimedusites chahgazensis is a Precambrian discoidal species which are believed to have existed primarily during the late Ediacaran period. It was discovered initially in the Kushk Series in the Bafq and Behabad regions of central Iran, along w ...

                                               

Pins (disambiguation)

Pins is the plural of "pin", a fastening device. PINS or Pins may also refer to: PINS, or the Planning Inspectorate for England and Wales, a United Kingdom government agency PINS band, an English all-female rock group PINS, or person in need of s ...

                                               

SBK3

SH3 Domain Binding Kinase Family Member 3 is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the SBK3 gene. SBK3 is a member of the serine/threonine protein kinase family. The SBK3 protein is known to exhibit transferase activity, especially phosphotransf ...

                                               

School violence prevention through education

School violence prevention through education is the attempt to reduce violence and bullying through comprehensive approaches and interventions within the education sector. It aims to create a safe and non-violent learning environment. Good practi ...

                                               

Enemy release hypothesis

The enemy release hypothesis is among the most widely proposed explanations for the dominance of exotic invasive species. In its native range, a species has co-evolved with pathogens, parasites and predators that limit its population. When it arr ...

                                               

Henryk Dabrowski Park and Aleja Gorska in Bydgoszcz

Henryk Dabrowski Park is a green area covering 2.89 ha, located on the heights of Bydgoszcz, Poland. Aleja Gorska is a smaller green walking path that extends to the east of the park.

                                               

Ramos v. Louisiana

Ramos v. Louisiana, 590 U.S. ___, is a landmark United States Supreme Court case in which the Court ruled that the Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution requires that guilty verdicts for criminal trials be unanimous. While only cases ...

                                               

University Hall (Leuven)

University Hall in Leuven, Belgium is a medieval cloth hall with 17th and 18th-century extensions that is now the main administrative building of the KU Leuven. Heavily damaged during the Sack of Leuven in August 1914, the building was restored 1 ...

                                               

Dominic, Bishop of Zagreb

Dominic was a prelate at the turn of the 12th and 13th centuries, who served as Bishop of Zagreb from around 1193 to 1201.

                                               

Barlabassy family

They adopted their surname after their place of origin, Barabas in the region Tiszahat of Bereg County. Contemporary records and documents preserved the name of family in various formats: Barlabasi 1381, Barrabasi 1384, Barlabasy 1386, Barabassy, ...