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OMP

OMP may refer to: Oregon Mozart Players, a professional chamber orchestra based in Eugene, Oregon Ontario Model Parliament, a model parliament for high school students in Canada Online marketing platform, an integrated set of web-based marketing ...

                                               

Cupra Formentor

The Cupra Formentor is the first standalone Cupra model to be launched by the Spanish car manufacturer SEAT. It was scheduled to be unveiled at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show, but was postponed due to the cancellation of the show. The Formentor SUV w ...

                                               

Grenadier (disambiguation)

A grenadier was originally a specialized assault soldier for siege operations, later an honorific applied to many infantry military units. Grenadier or Grenadiers may also refer to:

                                               

Samsung Galaxy J5 Pro

Samsung Galaxy J5 Pro is a Android Smart Phone, Listed on Taiwan in July 2017. Some country versions are called Samsung Galaxy J5. The Samsung Galaxy J5 Pro runs the One UI interface based on the Android 9 Pie operating system. This smartphone is ...

                                               

Westcott

Westcott, Syracuse, a neighborhood in Syracuse, New York Westcott, Missouri, a ghost town Westcott House Springfield, Ohio, a Frank Lloyd Wright designed house in Springfield, Ohio Westcott Bay, San Juan Islands, Washington Westcott, Rhode Island ...

                                               

CMOS (disambiguation)

Nonvolatile BIOS memory, in a personal computer, historically known as CMOS with a CMOS battery Credence Systems former NASDAQ symbol CMOS, a former semiconductor equipment manufacturer CMOS sensor, an active pixel sensor in a digital camera

                                               

Parse (disambiguation)

Parse or parser may refer to: Parse platform, a mobile software development backend originally created by a cloud services company of the same name Parse Semiconductor Co., an Iranian company Parser programming language, a programming language fo ...

                                               

Blackfire

Blackfire may refer to: Blackfire Manufacturer, Manufacturer of LED Lights, Wireless Speakers and Multi Tools Blackfire American band, a punk rock group with a musical focus on their Native American roots Blackfire Exploration, a Canadian mining ...

                                               

Return on brand

The return on brand is an indicator used to measure brand management performance. It is an indicator of the effectiveness of brand use in terms of generating net income. In fact, it is a special case of return on assets. ROB is calculated as the ...

                                               

Shalamcheh (missile)

Shalamcheh is an Iranian surface-to-air missile claimed to be capable of destroying several sorts of modern fighter jets and drones. This missile is launched from the Mersad domestic air defense system. Shalamcheh is considered as a medium-range ...

                                               

HDI (disambiguation)

HDI is a United Nations measure of well-being in a country. HDI may also refer to: Heroux-Devtek Inc., a manufacturer of aircraft undercarriages HDI-45 connector, a video connector by Apple Hexamethylene diisocyanate, an organic compound used to ...

                                               

Clearfield

in Australia Clearfield, New South Wales in United States of America Clearfield UTA station, Utah Transit Authority commuter rail station Clearfield, Utah Clearfield, Iowa Clearfield, South Dakota Clearfield, Pennsylvania Clearfield Township, Gri ...

                                               

Trilon (disambiguation)

Trilon may refer to: ABS Trilon, a durable acrylonitrile butadiene styrene elastomer used in packaging and building materials Trylon, a company that manufactured triangular cross section radio masts and towers, now part of Trylon TSF. Trilon Inc. ...

                                               

P11

PZL P.11, a fighter aircraft used by the Polish Air Force during the invasion by Germany in 1939 Piaggio P.11, a variant of British 1928 Blackburn Lincock fighter aircraft Heckler & Koch HK4, a pistol produced by Heckler & Koch, which was used by ...

                                               

G11

G11 or G-11 can refer to: Canon PowerShot G11, a digital camera Group of Eleven, a forum constituted by mostly developing countries aimed at easing their debt burden Heckler & Koch G11, an experimental assault rifle using caseless ammunition BMW ...

                                               

V60

V60 may refer to: DB Class V 60, a German railways shunter MAV Class V60 electric locomotive of the Hungarian State Railways constructed by Kando Kalman in the early 1930s for the regular operation with 50 Hz industrial frequency of the line 1: B ...

                                               

Circle theorem

Circle theorem may refer to: Ptolemys theorem. Thales theorem, if A, B and C are points on a circle where the line AC is a diameter of the circle, then the angle ∠ABC is a right angle. Inscribed angle theorem. Any of many theorems related to the ...

                                               

Hansjurgen Doss

Doss joined the CDU in 1965 and was elected to the state executive of the CDU Rhineland-Palatinate. Doss was a member of the city council of Mainz from 1979 to 1981. From January to August 1981 he was a member of the Rhineland-Palatinate state pa ...

                                               

Mont Clare

Montclare, Chicago, Illinois, a neighborhood on the west side of the city, near Elmwood Park Mont Clare Metra, a train station serving the Chicago neighborhood Mont Clare Station, the former village rail road station Mont Clare Bridge, a bridge c ...

                                               

2017–18 Liga IV Mureș

The 2017–18 Liga IV Mureș was the 50th season of the Liga IV Mureș, the fourth tier of the Romanian football league system. The season began on 2 September 2017 and ended on 9 June 2018.

                                               

Manu Carreño

Manuel Bartolome Carreño Molina is a Spanish radio and television presenter. Since April 2006, he has presented the news sports program of Cuatro, a position in which he has been accompanied by Manolo Lama and Nico Abad. He is the main narrator o ...

                                               

OC Media

The Tbilisi-based website publishes in English and Russian. The website was launched by journalists Mariam Nikuradze and Dominik K. Cagara and is a platform bringing together the journalists from Caucasus nations. OC Media has been funded by diff ...

                                               

Antonio Maestre

Born in 1979 in Getafe a suburb of Madrid, he was however raised in neighbouring Fuenlabrada, where he currently lives. Maestre earned a degree in Documentation science from the Complutense University of Madrid UCM, and also took post-graduate st ...

                                               

Umka (1969 film)

Umka is a 1969 Soviet animated film. It is based on childrens book of the same name by Yuri Yakovlev, who also wrote the screenplay for the film. Umka means "polar bear" in Chukchi language. The film is famous for its song "She-bears Lullaby" Rus ...

                                               

List of TG4 Composers Award recipients

The TG4 Composer of the Year Award is given annually as part of Gradam Ceoil TG4. The following is a list of the recipients of the award. 2003 – Vincent Broderick, Co. Galway 2005 – Josephine Keegan, Co. Armagh 2011 – Liz Carroll, Chicago 2013 – ...

                                               

List of TG4 Special Contribution Award recipients

The TG4 Lifetime Achievement Award is given annually as part of Gradam Ceoil TG4. The award is to recognise people or organisations who have worked to ensure the preservation and development of traditional Irish music. The following is a list of ...

                                               

List of TG4 Lifetime Achievement Award recipients

The TG4 Lifetime Achievement Award is given annually as part of Gradam Ceoil TG4. The award is to recognise a musician who has had a profound effect on the traditional Irish music world and promoted traditional music in a positive way. The follow ...

                                               

List of TG4 Singer of the Year Award recipients

The TG4 Singer of the Year Award is given annually as part of Gradam Ceoil TG4. The award is to recognise the role of singing in the traditional Irish music world and to ensure the task of carrying forward the Irish oral tradition into the future ...

                                               

Telegiornale

Telegiornale, or TG, may refer to: TG5, the Italian national newscasts on Canale 5 Telegiornale nazionale, the Swiss Italian-language national newscasts on La 1 TG2, the Italian national newscasts on Rai 2 TG1, the Italian national newscasts on R ...

                                               

Claire Keville

Claire Keville is an Irish concertina and harpsichord player from Galway. She attended University College Cork to study Music. She graduated with a bachelors degree in arts, a B.Mus and completed a H. Dip. Keville then went to the University of L ...

                                               

MuchMusic (disambiguation)

MuchMusic may refer to: List of programs broadcast by MuchMusic MuchMusic Video Awards Muchmusic VJ Search MuchMusic, specialty Canadian music and entertainment channel Countdown MuchMusic, Top 30 countdown program on the station Dedications Much ...

                                               

No Place to Hide

No Place to Hide 1993 film, a film with Kris Kristofferson No Place to Hide 1956 film "No Place to Hide" ER, an episode of ER No Place to Hide 1981 film, a TV film "No Place to Hide", a 1959 episode of The DuPont Show with June Allyson No Place t ...

                                               

Shopaholic

A shopaholic is a person considered to be addicted to shopping. Shopaholic can also refer to: Shopaholic novels, a series of books written by Sophie Kinsella Confessions of a Shopaholic film, a 2009 film adaptation of The Secret Dreamworld of a S ...

                                               

.radio

.radio is a generic top-level domain used in the Domain Name System of the internet. The TLD was officially delegated to the European Broadcasting Union on 7 October 2016. Domain registration was made available on 28 August 2017.

                                               

Interlink

Interlink may refer to: Interlink, former trading name for a European parcel company, now owned by DPDgroup Interlink Computer Sciences T. F. Green Airport MBTA station, in Warwick, Rhode Island, US Hyperlinks B-Train road trains in southern Afri ...

                                               

Walk the Plank

Walk the Plank may refer to: Walk the Plank theatre company, an English pyrotechnics and theatre company Walk the Plank, a card game by Green Ronin Publishing Walking the plank, a method of execution practiced by rogue seafarers Walk the Plank ga ...

                                               

Ambrosiano (disambiguation)

Ambrosiano was a national Italian express train which connected Rome with Milan. Ambrosiano may also refer to: Nuovo Banco Ambrosiano, the Italian bank which replaced the Banco Ambrosiano after its collapse Banco Ambrosiano Veneto, the bank forme ...

                                               

Bourse

Bourse may refer to: stock exchange exchange organized market Bourse de Travail: French labor council Bourse Paris Metro: metro station, Paris, France

                                               

IBJ

IBJ may refer to: International Bridges to Justice is a non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to protecting the basic legal rights of ordinary citizens in developing countries. Insulated block joint: rail joint incorporating insulat ...

                                               

Royal Princess

Royal Princess is a name carried by several ships operated by Princess Cruises: Azamara Pursuit, in service as Royal Princess from 2007 until 2011 MV Artania, in service as Royal Princess from 1984 to 2005 Royal Princess 2012

                                               

Aetna (disambiguation)

Aetna may refer to: Aetna city, an ancient city, the ruins of which are near Paterno, Sicily HMS Aetna, one of several ships in the British Navy "Aetna", a poem from the Appendix Vergiliana, sometimes ascribed to Lucilius Junior Mount Etna, Aetna ...

                                               

Shady Grove

In the United States Shady Grove, Iowa Shady Grove Township, Searcy County, Arkansas Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Shady Grove WMATA station, the Washington Metro station that serves Shady Grove, Maryland Shady Grove, Maryland, a suburb of Washi ...

                                               

Rosemont

In Australia Rosemont Woollahra, located in the Sydney suburb of Woollahra and listed on the NSW State Heritage Register In Canada Rosemont provincial electoral district, a provincial electoral district in Quebec Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie, a boro ...

                                               

1971 Edinburgh Corporation election

An election to Edinburgh Corporation was held on 4 May 1971, alongside municipal elections across Scotland. Of the councils 68 seats, 23 were up for election. Following the election, Edinburgh Corporation was composed of 28 Labour councillors, 27 ...

                                               

Aldi Adilang

Aldi Adlilang was born in 2000. He lived on Sulawesi and worked as a lamp keeper on a floating fish trap located 125km out at sea since he was 16. Before he was stranded out at sea for 49 days. On July 14, 2018 the rope that attached his fish tra ...

                                               

One Night in Miami (film)

One Night in Miami is an upcoming American drama film directed by Regina King in her directorial debut, from a screenplay by Kemp Powers based upon play of the same name by Powers. It stars Kingsley Ben-Adir, Eli Goree, Aldis Hodge, and Leslie Od ...

                                               

Pão de Açucar (disambiguation)

Pão de Açucar may refer to: Audax Rio de Janeiro Esporte Clube, a football club formerly known as Sendas Pão de Açucar Esporte Clube Audax São Paulo Esporte Clube, a football club formerly known as Pão de Açucar Esporte Clube Pão de Açucar superm ...

                                               

Yun

Yun may refer to: Yeon, or Yun, Korean or Dutch given name family name Yun OS, mobile operation system developed by Alibaba Yun Chinese name 云/雲, a Chinese family name Yun, the name of a Dark Jedi in the Star Wars Expanded Universe Arduino Yun, ...

                                               

Eightmile

8 Mile soundtrack, rap soundtrack album to the film of the same name, featuring Eminem and others "8 Mile", a rap song from the eponymous soundtrack, see 8 Mile soundtrack 8 Mile film, a 2002 American film starring rapper Eminem, named after the ...

                                               

BYD

BYD Electronic, a subsidiary handset component and mobile phone manufacturer BYD Company, an automobile and rechargeable battery producer in China BYD Auto, a subsidiary automobile manufacturer in China