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TOA

Cuchillas del Toa, biosphere reserve in Cuba The One Academy of Communication Design, an art college in Malaysia Zamperini Field, an airport in Torrance, Los Angeles County, California, United States Toa Point, an area on Tutuila Island in Americ ...

                                               

CAFC

CAFC may refer to: Corporate-average fuel consumption Cobblestone area forming cells in stem cell research Commission for Assistance to a Free Cuba, U.S. government organization established in 2003 to formulate policies for a democratic transitio ...

                                               

CIPA

CIPA may stand for: China Investment Promotion Agency Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys, United Kingdom body of patent attorneys Center for International Political Analysis, research center at the University of Kansas CIPA-TV, a television ...

                                               

Sternberg

Sternberg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, a town in Germany Česky Sternberk German: Bohmisch Sternberg, a town in the Czech Republic Česky Sternberk Castle, a Bohemian castle of the mid-13th century Sternberk German: Sternberg, a town in the Czech Repub ...

                                               

Royal Dansk

Royal Dansk is a Danish brand of butter cookies. It is known for its distinctive royal blue round tin container. The Royal Dansk company was started in 1966 in Helsingor, Denmark. In 1990 it merged with another biscuit company, Kjeldsen, whose bu ...

                                               

Bure

River Bure, a river in Norfolk HM Prison Bure, Scottow, Norfolk

                                               

Red Sea (disambiguation)

The Red Sea is a body of water between Africa and Asia, and in the Indian Ocean. Red Sea may also refer to: Red Sea Trading Corporation, a company in Eritrea Red Sea state, a state of Sudan, also adjacent to the Red Sea Red sea, a song by America ...

                                               

Carp (disambiguation)

A carp is a type of fish. To carp is to complain. Carp may also refer to: in watercraft: USS Carp SS-20, American submarine 1911–1917 Russian submarine K-239 Carp USS Carp SS-338, American submarine 1943–1971 USNS Marine Carp T-AP-199, American t ...

                                               

Union of Estonian Architects

Union of Estonian Architects organizes architects, landscape architects and architecture researchers. EAA re-established 27 June 1989. EAA is a legal successor of Estonian Association of Architects, which was established on 8 October 1921. Since ...

                                               

SAE

SAE thread United States customary units, e.g. inches and miles rather than millimeters and kilometers SAE viscosity number, of motor oils SAE, several units of measurement of power; See Horsepower SAE fastener SAE steel grades

                                               

ARE

Åre ski resort in Sweden Åre, a locality in Sweden Åre Municipality, a municipality in Sweden Are Parish, a municipality in Parnu County, Estonia Are, Estonia, a small borough in Are Parish Are, Saare County, a village in Poide Parish, Saare Coun ...

                                               

Tori

Tori, Jarva County, village in Turi Parish, Jarva County, Estonia Torishima Izu Islands, island at the south end of the Izu Islands Tori Parish, municipality in Parnu County, Estonia Tori Georgia, historic province of the nation of Georgia Tori, ...

                                               

Anto Raukas

Anto Raukas is an Estonian geologist and science organiser. 1958 he graduated from Tartu University. Since 1958 he has worked at the Institute of Geology of Estonian Academy of Sciences. Since 1993 he is professor at Estonian Maritime Academy and ...

                                               

EER

EER may refer to: Effective exchange rate West Virginia Mountaineers, the athletic teams that represent West Virginia University Experimental event rate Energy efficiency ratio, of a cooling device Energy efficiency rating in the Australian Capit ...

                                               

Iru

IRU as an acronym may refer to: International Romani Union, an organization of the Romani people Inertial Reference Unit, a sensor for aircraft and spacecraft Innovative Research Universities, network of seven Australian universities Irish Rugby ...

                                               

Georgia historical markers

A Historic marker is an "Alamo"-shaped plaque affixed to the top of a pole and erected next to a significant historic site, battlefield or county courthouse. In the state of Georgia there are roughly 2.000 historic markers. Kevin Levin of the Smi ...

                                               

Ahenema

Ahenema is a royal traditional slipper worn by chiefs and queens of the Akan, Ga, and Ewe ethnic groups in Ghana. In recent times this traditional slipper can be worn by anyone to events such as festivals, funerals, marriage ceremonies and to church.

                                               

NII

Nii or NII may refer to: Nii Station Hyōgo, a train station in Asago, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan NII Holdings, a wireless telecommunications company with operations in Latin America, based in Reston, Virginia Nii Station Mie, a railway station in Ig ...

                                               

Paul Edward Affum Okwabi

Okwabi was born on 7 March 1916 at Akim Akroso near Akim Oda in the Eastern Region of Ghana then Gold Coast. He had his primary education at the Accra Grammar School from 1925 to 1926, Accra St. Marys School in 1927 and Ashanti Effiduase Presbyte ...

                                               

Dominic Fobih

He was born on 16th July, 1942 in Assin Jakai in Central region. He did his PhD in Educational Psychology at the University of Alberta in Canada in 1979.

                                               

Prince Narkortu Teye

Prince Narkortu Teye is a Ghanaian sports journalist who reports locally and for global football news portals with focus on African football. He has worked as a sub-editor for footy-ghana.com, the Ghanaian reporter for African Football Shop, and ...

                                               

John Hugh Seiradakis

John Seiradakis was a Greek astronomer and professor emeritus at the Department of Physics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He is best known for his contributions in the understanding of radio pulsars, the galactic center and archaeoa ...

                                               

Chalkis Shipyards (Aulida)

Chalkis Shipyards S.A. is a large shipyard in Aulis, in Evia, Central Greece, near Chalkis. Its one of the biggest shipyards in operation in Greece with two floating docks. Some of the facilities in operation include mechanical workshop, platesho ...

                                               

GRL

GRL may refer to: Glucocorticoid receptor Graffiti Research Lab Gamma Rho Lambda, a sorority G.R.L. EP, a 2014 recording by G.R.L. Greek Rugby League Greenfaulds railway station, in Scotland Air Greenland Goal-oriented Requirements Language G.R.L ...

                                               

Kirsteen Tinto

Kirsteen Tinto spent a lot of time outdoors in her childhood as she grew up hiking and camping. In high school she studied the sciences and was able to connect her passions in college later in life as a field researcher. In 2010, Tinto earned her ...

                                               

Scoresby

Scoresby may refer to: People William Scoresby 1789–1857, British Arctic explorer, scientist and clergyman William Scoresby Routledge 1859–1939, British ethnographer, anthropologist and adventurer William F. Scoresby 1840–1884, New York politicia ...

                                               

RAL

RAL may refer to: Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, a national scientific research laboratory in the UK Zearalenone also RAL, a potent estrogenic metabolite Riverside Municipal Airport IATA code: RAL, four miles southwest of downtown Riverside, Cal ...

                                               

UMD

UMD may refer to: Uummannaq Heliports IATA airport code in Uummannaq, Greenland User-Mode Graphics Driver, a part of a computer graphics card driver stack Unbreakable Machine-Doll, a Japanese light novel series written by Reiji Kaitō and illustra ...

                                               

Museo de Arte Precolombino

Museo de Arte Precolombino or Pre-Columbian Art Museum forms the name or part of the name of several specific institutions devoted to collections of pre-Columbian art and artefacts. As such, either of these may refer to: Dumbarton Oaks Research L ...

                                               

Reu (disambiguation)

Mount Reu, in Antarctica REU, The IATA code for Reus Airport in Catalonia, Spain reu, The ISO 3166-1 country code for Reunion Reu, the local name of Retalhuleu, a city in Guatemala

                                               

Katalin Kariko

Katalin Kariko is a Hungarian biochemist who specializes in RNA-mediated mechanisms. Her research has been the development of vitro-transcribed mRNA for protein therapies. She currently serves as the Senior Vice President at BioNTech RNA Pharmace ...

                                               

Biri

Block Island, an island town in Rhode Island, abbrev. BIRI Biri, India, a village in Jaunpur, India Biri, Northern Samar, a municipality in the Philippines Biri, Norway, a village and former municipality in Norway Biri, Hungary, a village in Hung ...

                                               

BRI

Biosecurity Research Institute, at Kansas State University Brahmavarchas Research Institute Brahmavarchas Shodh Sansthan, Indian institute for study of ayurvedic medicine and related subjects Biblical Research Institute, of the Seventh-day Advent ...

                                               

Arse

Arse or ARSE may refer to: Animal Research – Scientific and Experimental ARSE, a fictional animal research centre in the book The Plague Dogs River Arse, a river in the Ariege department of southern France Arylsulfatase E, an arylsulfatase gene A ...

                                               

Baju Rantai

The name originates from old Javanese words, baju comes from waju meaning clothing or apparel, meanwhile rantai comes from rante or ranti which mean chain.

                                               

Konda

Konda may refer to: Konda, one of the Scheduled Tribes in India Conda, municipality in Cuanza Sul Province, Angola KONDA Research and Consultancy is a Turkish public opinion research and consultancy company established in 1986. Konda, Indonesia, ...

                                               

IIT

Institute of Information Technology, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh Indiana Institute of Technology, Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States Informatics Institute of Technology, Wellawatta, Sri Lanka Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Genoa, Ita ...

                                               

Order of Research

Order of Research is one of the badges of honor in Iran, established by "Council of Iran Ministers" in November 21, 1990. According to "Article 8" of the "Regulations on the Awarding of Government Orders" of Iran, the "Order of Research" is award ...

                                               

Nil, Iraq

an-Nīl was a city of medieval Iraq, located at the modern site of Niliyah. It was founded by Al-Hajjaj ibn Yusuf, the Umayyad governor of Iraq, on the canal known as the Shatt en-Nil, which was named after the Nile river. Both the canal and the c ...

                                               

ITF

ITF may refer to: Iraqi Turkmen Front Indian Territorial Force, part of the Indian Army during British India International Tennis Federation International Tree Foundation Integrated test facility, for testing a production system with dummy data I ...

                                               

IWR

IWR may be: Intelligent word recognition Independent Wrestling Revolution, a company that promotes professional wrestling Isle of Wight Railway Interactive Web Response, similar to Interactive Voice Response IVR The Interdisciplinary Center for S ...

                                               

IGC

Istituto Geografico Centrale, an Italian private mapping company Intelligent Graphics Corporation, marketer of the VM/386 multitasking operating system or control program

                                               

Maris

Maris surname, including a list of people and fictional characters Maris given name, including a list of people and mythical or fictional characters Maris the Great, a promotional performance artist based in Denver, Colorado Māris name, a Latvian ...

                                               

IAI

IAI is an acronym for: Israel Aerospace Industries Ha-Taasiya Ha-Avirit Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research Intelligent Actuator International Automation Industry, Japanese robot maker Istituto Affari Internazionali Italian Instit ...

                                               

Irish Historical Research Prize

The Irish Historical Research Prize is a history book prize awarded biannually since 1922 by the National University of Ireland to a senior historian for the best new work of research on any period in the history of Ireland. It is considered the ...

                                               

Raz Gal-Or

Raz Gal-Or is an Israeli internet businessperson in China. Gal-Or, the son of Amir Gal-Or, originated from a community near Tel Aviv, and moved to Hong Kong at age 13; at the time Gal-Or lacked fluency in English, and he also lacked fluency in an ...

                                               

PRI

Perceptual Reasoning Index in the WAIS-IV intelligence test Pulse Repetition Interval Photochemical Reflectance Index ISO 3166-1 3-letter code for Puerto Rico IATA airport code for Praslin Island Airport, Seychelles

                                               

Comoe Chimpanzee Conservation Project

The Comoe Chimpanzee Conservation Project, CCCP, is a research and conservation project created in October 2014 by Juan Lapuente with the support of Prof. K. Eduard Linsenmair, from Wurzburg University. Its main objectives are to study and help t ...

                                               

Michael Jordan (disambiguation)

Michael H. Jordan 1936–2010, American executive for CBS, PepsiCo, Westinghouse Michael I. Jordan born 1956, American researcher in machine learning and artificial intelligence Michael Jordan mycologist, English mycologist Michael Jordan insolvenc ...

                                               

Maysoon al-Nahar

Maysoon Al-Nahar is Jordanian archaeologist specializing in the Paleolithic, Epipaleolithic and Neolithic of the Southern Levant. She is a professor in the Department of Archaeology at the University of Jordan. She has excavated at Tell Abu es-Su ...