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Northwind

Shorthand for Northern Power Systems, a wind energy company Northwind company, a Canadian computer software company that develops property management systems

                                               

Vacuum (disambiguation)

Vacuum is the absence of matter. Vacuum may also refer to: Vacuum state, the quantum state with the lowest possible energy Vacuum, 2006 play by Deborah McAndrew Vacuum flask, an insulated storage vessel Vacuum is space devoid of matter and the wo ...

                                               

Prisma

Prisma Presse, a French publisher, subsidiary of Gruner + Jahr Prisma, a Finnish hypermarket chain, part of S Group Prisma Energy International, an American company

                                               

HCD

Host controller driver, for a host controller interface; for example Host controller interface USB, Firewire Higher-energy collisional dissociation, an ion fragmentation technique Hectocandela hcd, an SI unit of luminous intensity equal to 100 ca ...

                                               

TECO

TECO Energy, an American electrical power company TECO Maritime, an international producer and supplier of cleaning systems for ships Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office, a Taiwan representative office alternative to an embassy TEC ...

                                               

Bang Chak

Bang Chak or Bangchak may refer to: The Thai name บางจาก: Bangchak Corporation, a Thai energy company Bang Chak Subdistrict in Phra Khanong District, Bangkok Bang Chak BTS station, which serves the area Bang Chak railway station, which serves the ...

                                               

Shackleton (disambiguation)

Shackleton, Western Australia Shackleton, Saskatchewan, Canada Shackleton, Zimbabwe Shackleton crater, a crater at the south pole of the Moon Shackelton, Georgia, United States

                                               

NGP

NGP may refer to: Nagpur, City in Maharashtra India. Natural growth promoter, feed additives for farm animals Neo Geo Pocket, a handheld video game system produced by SNK National General Pictures, a distribution and film production company Neigh ...

                                               

Blowback

Blowback, firearm discharge materials a concern for Shooting range#Common safety practices Blowback forensics, vacuum effect created in the barrel of a firearm when it is discharged Blowback firearms, a system of operation for self-loading firear ...

                                               

OPT

Option key, a modifier key on Apple keyboards /opt, a directory in the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard Optimal page replacement algorithm, a page replacement algorithms for swapping out pages from memory

                                               

Higashi-Niigata Thermal Power Station

Higashi-Niigata Thermal Power Station is a large fossil-fuel thermal power station operated by Tohoku Electric in the town of Seirō, Niigata, Japan. The facility is located on the Sea of Japan coast and is adjacent to Niigata Higashi Port.

                                               

JERA

JERA is 50-50 joint venture between TEPCO Fuel & Power, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tokyo Electric Power Company, and Chubu Electric Power, founded in April 2015. The company assumed ownership and operation of all of Tokyo Electric and Chubu Ele ...

                                               

AFV

The Artistic Freedom Voucher, a proposal by economist Dean Baker as an alternative to increasing fines for downloading copyright material Alianza Fidelidad por Veracruz, an electoral alliance that fought the 2007 election in the Mexican state of ...

                                               

Wage (disambiguation)

Lower Wage Rural LLG, Hela Province, Papua New Guinea Upper Wage Rural LLG, Hela Province, Papua New Guinea Wage Rural LLG, Enga Province, Papua New Guinea

                                               

Deb

DEB, the abbreviation for the German Ice Hockey Federation Deutscher Eishockey Bund Dynamic energy budget theory, a formal metabolic theory DEB, the abbreviation for Epidermolysis bullosa dystrophica New South Wales 900/800 class railcar a type o ...

                                               

Barrett

Barrett v. United States, a case in which the Supreme Court held that South Carolina had never effectively been subdivided into separate judicial districts Barrett v. Rosenthal, a 2006 California Supreme Court case concerning online defamation

                                               

Jean-Louis Le Mouel

Jean-Louis Le Mouel is a French geophysicist, physicist emeritus at the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, which he chaired, and member of the French Academy of sciences since 1988. He has published numerous articles in academic journals, in ...

                                               

Grane

Grane Dam, a river dam in Langelsheim, Lower Saxony, Germany Grane Oil Pipeline, an oil pipeline system in Western Norway Grane oil field, an oil field in the North Sea Grane, an old name for Kuwait Grane, Drome, a commune in Drome, France Grane, ...

                                               

Datang

The word "Datang" means grand China; Tang as a reference to China was based on the Tang dynasty was used in several companies China Datang Corporation: a state-owned enterprise mainly in power generation in the Peoples Republic of China Datang In ...

                                               

Iron Gate

Iron Gate may refer to: Iron Gate, one of the Gates of the Temple Mount Iron Gate Pass, a gorge in central Xinjiang, Peoples Republic of China Iron Gate II Hydroelectric Power Station Romania, Serbia Iron Gate I Hydroelectric Power Station Romani ...

                                               

Reading station

Reading railway station, Reading, Berkshire, England Reading West railway station, Reading, Berkshire, England Reading Southern railway station, a former railway station in Reading, Berkshire, England Reading Green Park railway station, a propose ...

                                               

Marble Hill

Marble Hill is the name of several places: Australia Marble Hill, South Australia, the vice-regal residence in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia, destroyed by fire and since rebuilt Ireland Marble Hill, County Donegal, a village in County Doneg ...

                                               

Seabrook

Seabrook station MARC Seabrook, Maryland Seabrook, Georgia Seabrook, New Hampshire Seabrook Station Nuclear Power Plant Seabrook, Massachusetts Seabrook Farms, New Jersey Seabrook, Texas Seabrook Island, South Carolina, in Charleston County Seabr ...

                                               

Knez

Knez may refer to: Knez surname, a Slovene surname Knez Vlach leader, was a leader of the Vlach or Romanian communities in the medieval Kingdom of Hungary. Knez singer, the stage name of Montenegrin singer Nenad Knezevic Knez title, equivalent of ...

                                               

Athlone (disambiguation)

Athlone is a major town and River Shannon crossing in County Westmeath in Ireland. Athlone may also refer to: In geography: by country Athlone, Cape Town, South Africa Athlone, Victoria, Australia Athlone, California, United States Athlone, Edmon ...

                                               

Yenikend

Yenikend or Yenikənd or Yenikand or Yenikand or Yenik’end or Yengikend may refer to: Danyeri, Azerbaijan Yenikənd, Agdash, Azerbaijan Yenikənd, Nakhchivan disambiguation Yenikənd, Kurdamir, Azerbaijan Yenikənd, Khojavend, Azerbaijan Yenikənd, Gad ...

                                               

BDW

BDW is a three-letter acronym that may refer to: The Book of Divine Worship, a religious text Billy Dee Williams born 1937, American actor Brandon deWilde 1942–1972, American actor Banking Data Warehouse, a reference model for banking, an IBM pro ...

                                               

Sigifredo Solis Hydroelectric Center

Sigifredo Solis Hydroelectric Center is a hydroelectric power project located in San Ramon, Alajuela province, Costa Rica. It is operated by CONELECTRICAS R.L., a consortium of power utilities companies in the north of the country.

                                               

Los Santos Zone

Los Santos Zone is a mountainous region in the San Jose Province of Costa Rica, in the center-south of the country. It is also known in Spanish as Valle de los Santos or just Los Santos. It corresponds to a wide sector of a series of intermontane ...

                                               

HPP

Hereditary pyropoikilocytosis, a blood disorder Hypokalemic periodic paralysis, a muscle disease Hypophosphatasia, a bone disease HPP epoxidase, an enzyme Allopurinol, a medication

                                               

Lodhoma

Lodhoma is a village and gram panchayat in the Darjeeling Pulbazar CD block in the Darjeeling Sadar subdivision of the Darjeeling district in the state of West Bengal, India.

                                               

Akershus (disambiguation)

Akershus County Municipality, the regional governing administration of Akershus county Akershus Fortress, a fortress and castle in downtown Oslo, Norway Oslo and Akershus University College, also located in the city centre of Oslo Akershus Univer ...

                                               

Twin Falls

In Australia Twin Falls Northern Territory, a waterfall in the Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory In Canada Twin Falls Labrador, a waterfall and hydroelectric generating station in Labrador Twin Falls British Columbia, a waterfall in ...

                                               

Tarnița

Tarnița may refer to: Lake Tarnița, a reservoir located between the communes of Rașca, Marișel, and Gilau, in Cluj County, Romania Tarnița, a river dam and sunken village, with only a small colony left in Gilau Commune, Cluj County Tarnița, a vil ...

                                               

Stejaru

Stejaru may refer to several places in Romania: Stejaru, a village in Roșia de Amaradia Commune, Gorj County Stejaru, Teleorman, a commune in Teleorman County Stejaru, a village in Corcova Commune, Mehedinti County Stejaru, a village in Farcașa C ...

                                               

Rusumo

Rusumo may refer to: Rusumo International Bridge, a wider bridge across the River Kagera, built in 2014 Rusumo Bridge, a bridge across the Kagera River, linking Rwanda and Tanzania, built in 1972 Rusumo, Rwanda, a town in southeastern Rwanda Rusu ...

                                               

Corra

Corra Linn Dam, a concrete hydroelectric dam on the Kootenay River in the Canadian province of British Columbia Corra Castle, a ruined 16th-century castle within the Corehouse Estate near New Lanark, Scotland

                                               

Cayoosh

Cayoosh, derived from Spanish caballo like cayuse, is a placename in British Columbia, Canada. It may refer to: Cayoosh Mountain, a summit in the western Cayoosh Range near the Place Glacier the Cayoosh Range, aka "the high Cayoosh" Cayoosh Flat, ...

                                               

Kiba

Kiba Park, Koto, Tokyo, Japan; a park Shin-Kiba 1st Ring New Kiba, an arena in Tokyo Kiba Station, Tokyo Metro Kiba Hydroelectric Power Station, Uganda

                                               

Tokai

Tōkai in Japanese may refer to: Tōkai Nuclear Power Plant, Ibaraki Tōkai, Aichi, a city Tōkai Gakki or Tokai Guitars, a Japanese guitar company Tokaimura nuclear accident, a fatal criticality accident in Tōkai, Ibaraki on 30 September 1999 Tōkai ...

                                               

Angra

Angra dos Reis, a municipality in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Angra Pequena or Luderitz Bay in Namibia, Africa Bay of Angra Baia de Angra, within Angra do Heroismo on the Portuguese island of Terceira in the archipelago of the Azores Angr ...

                                               

Line 2

Line 2 Saint Petersburg Metro, a metro line of the Saint Petersburg Metro, Saint Petersburg, Russia Line 2 Athens Metro, a metro line of the Athens Metro, Athens, Greece Line 2 Thessaloniki Metro, a deep-level underground rapid transit line in Gr ...

                                               

Calvert

Bud Calvert born 1943, American pastor Calvert name Margaret Calvert born 1936, British typographer and graphic designer Calvert family, an English noble family

                                               

X10

X10 may refer to: North American X-10, an unmanned technology demonstrator for advanced missile technologies SL X10, a Swedish suburban train X10 Wireless Technology, a vendor of home automation products X10 industry standard, communication over ...

                                               

Long Beach (disambiguation)

Long Beach, New Zealand, part of Dunedin in Otago Longbeach, New Zealand, a locality in Canterbury

                                               

Browns Ferry

Browns Ferry may refer to: Places in the United States by state Browns Ferry Park Tualatin, Oregon, a park in Tualatin, Washington County, Oregon Browns Ferry Park South Carolina, a park on Old Browns Ferry Road, by the Black River in Georgetown ...

                                               

Melee (disambiguation)

Melee or mêlee is combat fought at close range, usually with lack of organization or cohesion. It may also refer to: Hand-to-hand combat in general Close combat Melee tournament, a form of "mixed" combat at medieval tournaments

                                               

Scylla (disambiguation)

Scylla may refer to: Scylla princess, a princess of Megara, a figure from Greek mythology unrelated to the monster Scylla Transformers, a fictional character from Transformers: Beast Wars Titanus Scylla, a Kaiju fictional character from Godzilla: ...

                                               

Cicare CH-1

The CH-1 was a single-seat, single-engine helicopter driving two counter-rotating co-axial rotors, each featuring two blades. The airframe of the helicopter was made entirely from steel. The inclination of the rotors axis was dictated by the cycl ...

                                               

Radial

Radial set Vector geometric, a line Radial distance, a directional coordinate in a polar coordinate system A bearing from a waypoint, such as a VHF omnidirectional range Radius, adjective form of