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Tora

Tora surname Tora language, an extinct language once spoken in Brazil Tora people of Arabia and northern Africa Tora given name, female given name

                                               

Unix (disambiguation)

Unix may refer to: UNIX System V, the orthodox family of licensed Unices, canonical form being SCO Unix that became Open Server POSIX IEEE 1003 or ISO/IEC 9945, the basic Unix interface standard BSD Unix, the widespread family of licensed Unices ...

                                               

Rocky Chack

Rocky Chack was formed in 1998 as a 5-person band and signed under the label Midi, Inc. In 2000, the band left Midi and signed with outgroup records a division of Sony Music. However, after their label dissolved in October 2000, the band was put ...

                                               

Sacramento Department of Utilities

The Sacramento Department of Utilities is a public utility that serves the City of Sacramento. It maintains and provides water to Sacramento residents, manages the sewage and provides storm water drainage services. Initially known as Sacramento C ...

                                               

Calendrical Calculations

Calendrical Calculations is a book on calendar systems and algorithms for computers to convert between them. It was written by computer scientists Nachum Dershowitz and Edward Reingold and published in 1997 by the Cambridge University Press. A se ...

                                               

Daulat (artist)

Muhammad Daulat was a leading artist in Mughal painting, active on imperial commissions between about 1595 and 1635–1640, during the reigns of Akbar, Jahangir, and Shah Jahan. He began his career painting large narrative scenes, then specialized ...

                                               

Jalil Keyekbaev

Jalil Giniyatovich Keyekbaev was a Bashkir linguist, Turkologist, doctor of philological sciences 1960, professor 1961, organizer of science and higher education, prominent Bashkir writer, member of the Bashkir Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republi ...

                                               

Askari (disambiguation)

An askari was a local soldier serving in the armies of the European colonial powers in Africa. Askari Arabic: عسكري, soldier or military may also refer to:

                                               

Artur Wilke

Artur Fritz Wilke was a Nazi war criminal and SS Major, which was convicted with murder of 6.600 Jews. After the war, Wilke assumed his deceased brothers identity and worked as a village school teacher in Stederdorf, Lower Saxony, Germany for man ...

                                               

Asteriornis

Asteriornis is an extinct genus of bird from the Late Cretaceous of Belgium which is known from a single species, Asteriornis maastrichtensis. It was closely related to birds of the extant superorder Galloanserae such as chickens and ducks. Membe ...

                                               

Mazar Pass

Mazar Pass or Mazar Daban is a long mountain pass with numerous hairpin turns along China National Highway 219, the highway connecting Xinjiang and Tibet. The mountain pass crosses the Kunlun Mountains. It is between the villages of Kudi and Maza ...

                                               

Olafur Arnalds (scientist)

Olafur Arnalds is a soil and environmental scientist, a professor at the Agricultural University of Iceland. His nephew of the same name is composer Olafur Arnalds, and musician Olof Arnalds his niece. Olafur Arnalds studied geology at the Univer ...

                                               

McKay–Miller–Siran graph

In graph theory, the McKay–Miller–Siran graphs are an infinite class of vertex-transitive graphs with diameter two, and with a large number of vertices relative to their diameter and degree. They are named after Brendan McKay, Mirka Miller, and J ...

                                               

Campenot chamber

A Campenot chamber is a three-chamber petri dish culture system devised by Robert Campenot to study neurons. Commonly used in neurobiology, the neuron soma or cell body is physically compartmentalized from its axons allowing for spatial segregati ...

                                               

Selpercatinib

Selpercatinib, sold under the brand name Retevmo, is a medication for the treatment of non-small cell lung cancer, medullary thyroid cancer, and other types of thyroid cancers in people whose tumors have an alteration in a specific gene. It is ta ...

                                               

Tatjana Masurenko

Masurenko hails from a Russian family of scientists and jazz musicians. Born in Dushanbe, Tadjikistan, she grew up in Saint Petersburg, where she also started her studies which she then continued in Germany with Kim Kashkashian and Nobuko Imai. E ...

                                               

2 Kings 2

2 Kings 2 is the second chapter of the second part of the Books of Kings in the Hebrew Bible or the Second Book of Kings in the Old Testament of the Christian Bible. The book is a compilation of various annals recording the acts of the kings of I ...

                                               

Shree 1008 Satguruma Paramahansa Sadhvi Trideviji

Shree 1008 Satguruma Paramahansa Sadhvi Trideviji, also recognized as PremAvataram Paramahansa Swami MA Tridevi Sundarianand Saraswathi Tirtha Maharaj/Maharani and often referred to as Sadhvi Tridevi Ma, is an International Guru Mata, head of Her ...

                                               

Abū Hilāl al-Askarī

Abū Hilāl al-Askarī, known also by the epithet al-adīb, was an Arabic-language scholar, best known for his Kitāb al-sināatayn, Dīwān al-maāni, and the Jamharat al-amthāl. However, he composed at least twenty-five works, many of which survive at l ...

                                               

Sikha Shahi

Sikha-Shahi is the term used to denote high handedness to Muslim elites in Kashmir valley and Punjab during Sikh Empire led by successors of Maharaja Ranjit Singh. During Sikh period in Lahore, there is allegedly suppression in economic terms and ...

                                               

Marius Crainic

Crainic obtained a bachelors degree at Babeș-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca, Romania in 1995. He then moved to the Netherlands and obtained a masters degree in 1996 at Nijmegen University. He received his PhD in 2000 from Utrecht University under ...

                                               

Zhe-Xi Luo

Zhe-Xi Luo is an American paleontologist of Chinese origin, specializing in vertebrate paleontology, particularly mammal evolution, morphology, and systematics.

                                               

TCF

Target Communication Framework - part of the Eclipse software development platform Tor Carding Forum, a market for stolen credit card and related information Trenton Computer Festival The longest continuously running computer show in the United S ...

                                               

Wigner–Araki–Yanase theorem

The Wigner–Araki–Yanase theorem, also known as the WAY theorem, is a result in quantum physics establishing that the presence of a conservation law limits the accuracy with which observables that fail to commute with the conserved quantity can be ...

                                               

Laura Baudis

Laura Baudis is a Romanian particle astrophysicist. She is employed as a full professor by the University of Zurich, Switzerland. Her research focuses on dark matter and neutrino physics. She is a member of the science strategy team for XENON as ...

                                               

Centaurus (disambiguation)

Centaurus is a bright constellation of the southern hemisphere. Centaurus may also refer to: The Centaurus, a building complex in Islamabad, Pakistan Centaurus A, a lenticular galaxy near the constellation Centaurus Greek mythology, the founder o ...

                                               

John of Rheinfelden

John of Rheinfelden, also Johannes Teuto and John of Basle, was a Dominican friar and writer who published the oldest known description in Europe of playing cards.

                                               

Money of Kievan Rus

The history of monetary systems of Kievan Rus is divided into two main phases: the period of use of foreign silver coins and the Coinless period

                                               

Jose Garcia Ramos

He attended the "Escuela Provincial de Bellas Artes de Sevilla" at the age of nine, where he studied with Eduardo Cano, then completed his artistic education in the workshop of Jose Jimenez Aranda, with whom he travelled to Rome in 1872. There, h ...

                                               

Libby Liggins

Libby Liggins is an evolutionary ecologist and a Senior Lecturer in the School of Natural and Computational Science at Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand, as well as a research associate at Auckland Museum. Her research uses genetic and gen ...

                                               

Alfred Garcia discography

The discography of Alfred Garcia, a Spanish singer. He released his debut studio album, Beginning in 2012. Garcia self-produced and self-published the album. He released his second studio album, Inblack in December 2016. He once again self-produc ...

                                               

Crotoxin

Crotoxin is the main toxic compound in the snake venom of the South American rattlesnake, Crotalus durissus terrificus. Crotoxin is a heterodimeric beta-neurotoxin, composed of an acidic, non-toxic and non-enzymatic subunit, and a basic, weakly t ...

                                               

Shange, the "Mountain Songs"

Shange, the "Mountain Songs" is a non-fiction book by Ōki Yasushi and Paolo Santangelo, published in 2011 by BRILL, discussing shange by Feng Menglong. It is a part of the "Emotions and States of Mind in East Asia" series.

                                               

String Quartet No. 1 (Gerhard)

The String Quartet No.1 is a piece for two violins, viola and cello, composed by Robert Gerhard between 1951 and 1955, premiered at Dartington in 1956. This work marks a turning point in Gerhards style and composition processes, because in one ha ...

                                               

Michael J. Loux

Michael J. Loux is an American philosopher and George N. Shuster Professor of Philosophy Emeritus at the University of Notre Dame. He is known for his works on metaphysics.

                                               

Specula Melitensis Encyclica

Specula Melitensis Encyclica was a 1638 work by the Jesuit scholar Athanasius Kircher. It was printed in Naples by Secundino Roncagliolo and dedicated to Giovanni Paolo Lascaris, Grand Master of the Knights of Malta. The work described an instrum ...

                                               

Mushrooms in art

Mushrooms have been founded in art traditions around the world, including in western and non-western works. Ranging throughout those cultures, works of art that depict mushrooms can be found in ancient and contemporary times. Often, symbolic asso ...

                                               

Vasundhara Sirnate

Vasundhara Sirnate is a political scientist, journalist and writer of India. She is one of the founding members of The Polis Project. Her notable works include Passive Police: Institutional Learning Through Inquiry Commissions and Kashmirs Crossr ...

                                               

EJ

Holden EJ, an early Holden car EJ company, formerly East Jordan Iron Works Subaru EJ engine series, manufactured by Subaru E & J Gallo Winery eJay, a music software program New England Airlines IATA code EJ

                                               

Przemyslaw Urbanczyk

Przemyslaw Urbanczyk is a Polish archaeologist who is Professor of Archaeology at Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw and the Institute of Archeology and Ethnology at the Polish Academy of Sciences. He is the author of more than 400 sc ...

                                               

2M1510

2M1510 is a triple or possibly quadruple brown dwarf system, consisting of the eclipsing binary 2M1510A and the wide companion 2M1510B. 2M1510A was found to be an eclipsing binary in the first light data of the SPECULOOS telescopes. It is only th ...

                                               

Southeast Kentucky floods of 2020

Major flooding innundated Southeast Kentucky from February 6-7, 2020, as the result of an extremely heavy rain event. Twenty one counties in Eastern Kentucky sustained flood damage, and Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear declared a state of emergency ...

                                               

Bruno Chaudret

Bruno Chaudret, born on December 25, 1953, is a French chemist and director of research at the CNRS. His research is in organometallic chemistry, particularly the interactions between hydrogen and transition metals.

                                               

Israel (disambiguation)

Kingdom of Israel Samaria 931 BCE – 722 BCE, the secessionist kingdom of northern Israelites The Kingdom of Israel, which, among other places, may refer to Kingdom of Israel united monarchy 1020 BCE – 931 BCE, the kingdom established by the Israe ...

                                               

Emanuela Nohejlova-Pratova

Nohejlova-Pratova was born on 3 June 1900 in Opatovice nad Labem, east Bohemia, then part of Austria-Hungary. Her father, Emanuel Nohejl, was the doctor and mayor for the village. Her mother was Berta Schmidt and the couple had three daughters, o ...

                                               

Leif Ericson (disambiguation)

Leif Erikson was an Icelandic explorer who was the first European known to have discovered North America. Leif Ericson or alternative spellings may also refer to:

                                               

House of Habsburg-Lorraine

The only legitimate surviving branch of the House of Habsburg and the House of Lorraine, the members of the imperial and royal house of Habsburg-Lorraine were born of the marriage of Duke Francis III, Duke of Lorraine and Bar, and Maria Theresa o ...

                                               

Luigi Novarini

Luigi Novarini was born at Verona in 1594. He received at baptism the name of Girolamo, which he changed to that of Luigi when he took, in 1612, the garb of the Theatines. After having studied theology and entered the priesthood at Venice, he ret ...

                                               

ZA

ZoneAlarm, an internet security software company Za guilds, former Japanese feudal trade guilds; also a Japanese term 座, usually meaning "seat" or "platform" ZA, IATA airline code for Interavia Airlines

                                               

Eva Armstrong

Eva Armstrong was an American secretary, librarian, curator, and historian of science. She was the original curator of the Edgar Fahs Smith Memorial Collection in the History of Chemistry at the University of Pennsylvania. The collection, which o ...