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Glycopyrronium bromide/formoterol

Glycopyrronium bromide/formoterol, sold under the brand name Bevespi Aerosphere, is a combination medication for the maintenance treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. It is a combination of glycopyrronium bromide and formoterol. It ...

                                               

Militão Augusto de Azevedo

Militão Augusto de Azevedo was a Brazilian photographer and actor active in the second half of the 19th century. Militão founded the Photographia Americana studio in 1875, where his clients included Castro Alves, Joaquim Nabuco, Dom Pedro II, and ...

                                               

Mondalmi

Mondalmi was born around 1910 in Wighu, South Goulburn Island, Western Arnhem Land Her people were the Maung. Mondalmis dreaming was an ubaidj njindjarigarngulg. Her father worked at some points in his life for Macassan traders from Sulawesi, who ...

                                               

Porto San Giorgio Altarpiece

The Porto San Giorgio Altarpiece or Porto San Giorgio Polytpych was a 1470 multi-panel tempera and gold on panel altarpiece by Carlo Crivelli. Stylistically similar to Crivellis Massa Fermana Altarpiece, the work was a fundamental step in his evo ...

                                               

Karthick Ramakrishnan

Subramanian Karthick Ramakrishnan, typically published as S. Karthick Ramakrishnan or Karthick Ramakrishnan, is an American political scientist, currently a professor of public policy and political science at the University of California, Riversi ...

                                               

Issues in retirement security

Issues in retirement security refers to growing economic concerns and societal issues over the ability of individual workers and other individuals in society to have an economically secure retirement. Main issues appear to arise from the general ...

                                               

Stephanie Wynne-Jones

Dr Stephanie Wynne-Jones is an Africanist archaeologist, whose research focuses on East African material culture, society and urbanism. She is Senior Lecturer and Deputy Head of the Department of Archaeology at the University of York. She previou ...

                                               

Hinduism in Manipur, India

Hinduism is one of the religion practiced in the state of Manipur, India. Hinduism is concentrated in valley districts of Manipur neighbouring to Assam state. Hinduism practiced among mostly Meitei people, Nepali people, Bengali people. Hindus co ...

                                               

12 equal temperament

Twelve-tone equal temperament is the musical system that divides the octave into 12 parts, all of which are equally-spaced on a logarithmic scale, with a ratio equal to the 12th root of 2. That resulting smallest interval, ​ 1 ⁄ 12 the width of a ...

                                               

Operation Dawn 9

Operation Dawn 9, also known as "Operation Walfajr-9", was a military operation during Iran-Iraq War, which was launched on 24 February 1986 on the east area of Sulaymaniyah at the front of "northwest", which was performed by the Islamic Revoluti ...

                                               

Paul W. Sternberg

Paul Sternberg grew up in Long Island, New York. He attended Hampshire College for undergrad in Amherst, Massachusetts where he got a B.A. in 1978. After that he went to MIT where he received his PhD in Biology for work on nematode development wi ...

                                               

David G. Robinson (Data Scientist)

David G. Robinson is a data scientist at Heap. He is a co-author of the tidy-text package and the O’Reilly book, "Text Mining with R." Robinson has previously worked as a Chief Data Scientist at DataCamp and as a data scientist at Stack Overflow. ...

                                               

Why Most Published Research Findings Are False

Why Most Published Research Findings Are False is a 2005 research paper written by John Ioannidis, a professor at the Stanford School of Medicine, and published in PLOS Medicine. In the paper, Ioannidis argues that a large number, if not the majo ...

                                               

VAD1 analog of StAR-related lipid transfer

VAD1 analog of StAR-related lipid transfer is a steroidogenic acute regulatory protein‐related lipid transfer -like lipid-binding domain first identified in the vad1 protein in Arabidopsis thaliana. Proteins containing these domains are found in ...

                                               

Pinnipedimorpha

Pinnipedimorpha is a stem-clade of arctoid carnivorans that is defined to include the last common ancestor of Phoca and Enaliarctos, and all of their descendants of that ancestral taxon. Scientists still debate on which lineage of arctoid carnvir ...

                                               

Grand Mosque of Chefchaouen

The Grand Mosque of Chefchaouen is the oldest mosque and the main historic Friday mosque of Chefchaouen, Morocco. It is located at the central Place Outa Hammam, near the citys historic kasbah.

                                               

Gabriel A. Rabinovich

Gabriel A. Rabinovich, Ph.D. is an Argentinian biochemist. He is a professor at the School of Exact and Natural Sciences at the University of Buenos Aires. He is also the deputy director of Immunopathology Laboratories, and the head of Structural ...

                                               

Pholidotamorpha

Pholidotamorpha is a clade of mammals that includes the clades Palaeanodonta and Pholidota. In the past both orders were formerly classified with various other orders of ant-eating mammals, most notably Xenarthra, which includes the true anteater ...

                                               

Xenoturbella hollandorum

Xenoturbella hollandorum is a marine, benthic worm-like species that belongs to the genus Xenoturbella. It was discovered in eastern Pacific Ocean by a group of Californian and Australian scientists. The species was described in 2016. X. hollando ...

                                               

Torre dellOrologio, Mantua

The Torre dellOrologio is a 15th-century renaissance tower on the Piazza delle Erbe in Mantua, Italy. It is attached to the Palazzo della Ragione, and next to the Rotonda di San Lorenzo. It houses an astronomical clock.

                                               

Nick Crumpton

Crumpton holds a BSc in ecology from the University of Leeds, and an MSc in palaeobiology from the University of Bristol, for which he was awarded the Geologists Associations Curry Prize. He gained his PhD from the University of Cambridge with re ...

                                               

Lipotvaros Synagogue (Budapest)

The Lipotvaros Synagogue was a planned but never realized monumental Budapest synagogue, which would have been built at the beginning of the 20th century and would have been a faithful reflection of the growing and enriching Jewry of Budapest wit ...

                                               

Shiranee Sriskandan

Shiranee Sriskandan is a British microbiologist who is Professor of Infectious Diseases at Imperial College London and Honorary Consultant at Hammersmith Hospital. Her research considers how gram-positive bacteria cause disease, with a particular ...

                                               

Theatre Alfred Jarry

The Theatre Alfred Jarry was founded in January 1926 by Antonin Artaud with Robert Aron and Roger Vitrac. The Theatre Alfred Jarry acted as a theatre company which was primarily influenced by Surrealism and Theatre of the Absurd, and would become ...

                                               

Isabel Fry

She was one of twins, with her sister Agnes, born to the barrister and judge Sir Edward Fry and his wife Mariabella Hodgkin. They were younger sisters of Roger Fry, the art critic, who used to call them "the twinges". Her background, which was Qu ...

                                               

Keraton Agung Sejagat

The Keraton Agung Sejagat was a hybrid mystical movement and micronation based out of Purworejo County, Indonesia. Founded by Totok Santoso Hadiningrat also known as R. Toto Santoso and Dyah Gitarja also known as Fanni Aminadia, the Keraton start ...

                                               

The Holy Land, Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt, and Nubia

The Holy Land, Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt, and Nubia was a travelogue of 19th-century Palestine and the magnum opus of painter David Roberts. It contained 250 lithographs by Louis Haghe of Robertss watercolor sketches. It was first published by ...

                                               

Inquisition (disambiguation)

Inquisition may refer to: Inquisitorial system, a common legal procedure where the tribunal is actively involved in determining the facts of the case Inquisition, a group of institutions within the judicial system of the Roman Catholic Church who ...

                                               

G. G. Henderson

George Gerald Henderson was a chemist and professor at the University of Glasgow. He was known for his work on terpenes.

                                               

Saint Anthony

Saint Anthony, Antony, or Antonius most often refers to Anthony of Padua, also known as Saint Anthony of Lisbon, the patron saint of lost things. This name may also refer to:

                                               

Christ Carrying the Cross (disambiguation)

Christ Carrying the Cross El Greco, Madrid, 1597–1600, now in the Museo del Prado Christ Carrying the Cross Bosch, Ghent, early 16th century, attributed to a follower of Hieronymus Bosch, now in the Museum of Fine Arts Christ Carrying the Cross T ...

                                               

Mystical Marriage of Saint Catherine (disambiguation)

Mystic Marriage of Saint/St. Catherine may refer to any of a large number of paintings of the Mystical marriage of Saint Catherine, a few of which are: Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine Memling, c. 1480 painting in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, ...

                                               

Angola–Republic of the Congo border

The Angola–Republic of the Congo border is 231 km in length and runs from the Atlantic Ocean in the west to the tripoint with the Democratic Republic of the Congo in the east.

                                               

Angola–Democratic Republic of the Congo border

The Angola–Democratic Republic of the Congo border is 2.646 km in length and consists of two non-contiguous sections: a 225 km section along the border with Angolas province of Cabinda, running from the Atlantic Ocean to the tripoint with the Rep ...

                                               

Rialto Theater

Rialto Theatre Ottawa, 1943–1991; demolished 1991, within one year of acquisition by Cineplex Odeon and renaming as "The Phoenix" Rialto Theatre Montreal, a former theatre that is a National Historic Site of Canada

                                               

James Muirden

James Muirden is an astronomer and author of more than thirty books. He has formerly been a film reviewer and telescope maker. Muirden is a member of the British Astronomical Association. He lives in Devon, England.

                                               

Janos Barlabassy

Janos Barlabassy de Csesztve was a Hungarian prelate in the first half of the 16th century. As a loyal partisan of King John Zapolya, he served as de facto the last Bishop of Csanad between 1537 and 1552, before the Ottoman Empire conquered the s ...

                                               

Adriaan Pattin

Adriaan Pattin was a Belgian historian of medieval philosophy. His 1966 edition of the Pseudo-Aristotelian Liber de Causis, although intended to be "provisional", was for decades the best version available to scholars.

                                               

Steve Heimbecker

Steve Heimbecker is a Canadian sound artist. His works are part of the collection of the Musee national des beaux-arts du Quebec and the Alberta Foundation for the Arts. His work has been exhibited in Canada, the United States, Peru and Europe.

                                               

Sack of Youghal

The Sack of Youghal took place on 13 November 1579 as part of the Desmond Rebellions. Youghal, a town in the province of Munster, Ireland was controlled by the English when it was targeted by Gerald FitzGerald, 15th Earl of Desmond, leader of the ...

                                               

Marilyn

Marilyn may refer to: My Week with Marilyn, a 2011 film about Marilyn Monroe Marilyn given name 1486 Marilyn, a Main-belt asteroid Marilyn 2011 film, a 2011 romance film Marilyn 1953 film, directed by Wolf Rilla Marilyn hill, a type of mountain o ...

                                               

Alexandra Wejchert

Alexandra Wejchert was a Polish-Irish sculptor, known for her use of perspex, stainless steel, bronze and neon colours.

                                               

List of Ministers of Communications of Russia

The List of Ministers of Communications of Russia contains the names of the people who held this position in the Russian Empire, the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, the Soviet Union and the modern Russian Federation.

                                               

The Shepherds Calendar (James Hogg)

The Shepherds Calendar is a collection of 21 articles by James Hogg, most of which had appeared in Blackwoods Edinburgh Magazine since 1819. They are set in, or deal with aspects of, the Scottish Borders, in particular Hoggs native Ettrick Forest.

                                               

Yashodhar Manikya

Yashodhar Manikya, also known as Jashodhar Manikya, was the Maharaja of Tripura from 1600 to 1618. His reign is considered to be the nadir of the kingdoms history, with the temporary overthrowing of the monarchy and the regions incorporation into ...

                                               

Jaunpur-Bhojpur War

The Jaunpur-Bhojpur war, refers to the conflict between the Jaunpur Sultanate and the Ujjainiya Rajput chiefs of the Bhojpur region of Bihar.

                                               

Kalyan Manikya

Kalyan Manikya was the Maharaja of Tripura from 1626 to 1660. Reigning in the aftermath of an occupation by the Mughal Empire, Kalyan did much to restore the kingdom, though it remained in a continuous state of war with the Mughals.

                                               

Udai Manikya

Udai Manikya, also known as Gopi Prasad, was the Maharaja of Tripura from 1567 to 1572. Coming from a lowly background, he rose through the ranks to become one of the most powerful figures in the kingdom. Following the death of the previous monar ...

                                               

Madonna and Child with Saint Catherine of Alexandria and Saint Barbara

Madonna and Child with Saint Catherine of Alexandria and Saint Barbara is a c.1520 oil on panel painting by the Master of Hoogstraeten, an anonymous Antwerp master active between around 1490 and 1530. It is now in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence. ...

                                               

KMET

KMET or Kmet may refer to: KMET AM, a radio station 1490 AM licensed to Banning, California, United States Konferenz des Mitteleuropaeischen Turfs, a horse racing conference in Central Europe The Kisumu Medical and Educational Trust, an NGO in Ke ...