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Turma do Lambe-Lambe

Turma do Lambe-Lambe was a Brazilian media franchise created by comic book artist Daniel Azulay in 1975. The franchise follows a group of characters that consist of human kids and anthropomorphic animals. It was publicly recognized in 1976 when D ...

                                               

Grand Canal

Grand Canal can refer to multiple waterways: Grand Canal China in eastern China The proposed Nicaragua Grand Canal that would link the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean GRAND Canal or Great Recycling and Northern Development Canal, proposed for ...

                                               

National Route 906 (Costa Rica)

National Tertiary Route 906, is a road in the Nicoya peninsula located in the Guanacaste province of Costa Rica, this route starts and ends at Route 150.

                                               

National Route 929 (Costa Rica)

National Tertiary Route 929 is a road in the Nicoya Peninsula located in the Guanacaste province of Costa Rica, this route starts at Route 906 and ends at Puerto Humo, on the shores of Tempisque river.

                                               

Multilayered packaging

Multi-layered packaging are multilayer or composite materials using innovative technologies aimed to give barrier properties, strength and storage stability to food items, new materials as well as hazardous materials. The material of construction ...

                                               

2018 California Proposition 68

California Proposition 68 was a legislatively referred constitutional amendment that appeared on ballots in California in the June primary election in 2018. It was a.1bn bond measure to fund parks, environmental projects, water infrastructure pro ...

                                               

Glynn (disambiguation)

Glynn County, Georgia, United States Glynn, Cornwall Glynn railway station, serving Glynn in County Antrim, Northern Ireland Glynn, U.S. Virgin Islands Glynn, Louisiana, an unincorporated community in the United States

                                               

Cladding

Cladding is an outer layer of material covering another. It may refer to the following: Rainscreen cladding, an exterior wall detail to create a capillary break and to allow drainage and evaporation of water Copper cladding, applying copper to th ...

                                               

MBT

Monster Blood Tattoo Series, a series of books by D.M. Cornish The Monster Ball Tour, 2009–2011 Lady Gaga world tour Mount Baker Theatre, Bellingham, Washington, US MBT board game, an Avalon Hill board game

                                               

Tector

Tector Crites, a character in the 1972 film The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean Tector Gorch, a character in the 1969 film The Wild Bunch Tector, a character in the 2003 film Small Town Conspiracy Tector Murphy, a supporting character in the 201 ...

                                               

H17

H17 or H-17 may refer to: German H17-206, a 1925 German high pressure steam locomotive Highway H17 Ukraine, a road in Ukraine HMS H17, a World War I British Royal Navy H class submarine Corneal scars and opacities ICD-10 code British NVC communit ...

                                               

Harry Berry

Harry Berry was a British trade unionist. Berry worked as a fitter and turner. In 1897, he joined the Steam Engine Makers Society, and he became increasingly prominent in the union, being elected as its assistant general secretary in 1912. The un ...

                                               

1997 IFMAR 1:10 Electric Off-Road World Championships

The 1997 IFMAR 1:10 Electric Off-Road World Championship was the 7th edition of the biennial IFMAR 1:10 Electric Off-Road World Championship for 1:10 scale radio-controlled electric off-road buggies sanctioned by the International Federation of M ...

                                               

Power source

A power source is a source of power. Most commonly the type of power referred to is: Electric power, the rate at which electrical energy is transferred by an electric circuit; usually produced by electric generators or batteries Power physics, th ...

                                               

RTG

RTG may refer to: Rubber tyred gantry crane RTG trainset Rame à Turbine à Gaz, a French gas turbine trainset Radioisotope thermoelectric generator RTG Turboliner, US import of the French trainset Renal threshold of glucose, level at which glucose ...

                                               

Stig

Stig singer, a Finnish performer Stig is the George Harrison character in the Rutles, the rock band known for their visual and aural pastiches and parodies of the Beatles. The Stig, a masked racing driver on the UK television show Top Gear Stig, ...

                                               

Marsa Power Station

With the support of the Marshall Plan, Station A was built underground under Jesuit Hill and opened in 1953. The plant consisted of three units with an output of 5 MW. The plant was expanded due to the increasing demand for electricity. It finall ...

                                               

TEP

Letters after a name indicating membership of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, founded in 1991 Transatlantic Economic Partnership, initiative launched 1998 Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity, often called "TEP", founded in 1910

                                               

Vega EVX

The Vega EVX is an all-electric battery-powered two-seater sports car developed by Sri Lankan automobile manufacturer Vega Innovations and its planned to enter production in 2022.

                                               

Askoll

Askoll EVA S.p.A. is an Italian manufacturer of two-wheeled electric vehicles for urban mobility. The Dueville based company produces e-bikes, electric scooters and electric OEM components. Askoll EVA is a spin-off of Askoll Group, an Italian cor ...

                                               

Collar

Livery collar worn around the neck and shoulders as a mark of office Designation of workers by collar color Collar BDSM, a device of any material placed around the neck of the submissive partner in BDSM Collar clothing, the part of a garment that ...

                                               

T&D

T&D may refer to: T+D, a magazine of the American Society for Training & Development The Times and Democrat, a newspaper in Orangeburg, South Carolina, US Tease and Denial Erotic sexual denial, a sexual practice also known as orgasm denial T& ...

                                               

Mut (disambiguation)

Mut is an ancient Egyptian mother goddess. Mut may also refer to: Mut Wind Farm, a wind power plant in the area Mut, Mersin, a district of Mersin Province, Turkey Precinct of Mut, Egypt Mut political party, in Germany Mut Castle, a castle in the ...

                                               

Sony Xperia 1 II

The Sony Xperia 1 II is a flagship Android smartphone manufactured by Sony Mobile. Part of Sonys Xperia series, the phone was announced along with the mid-range Xperia 10 II on February 24, 2020. Key upgrades over its predecessor, the Xperia 1, i ...

                                               

Umpah Umpah

"Umpah Umpah" is a song recorded by South Korean girl group Red Velvet for their seventh Korean extended play The ReVe Festival: Day 2, which acts as the second installment of The ReVe Festival trilogy. The song, alongside its vacation-themed mus ...

                                               

Paul Mossay

Paul Alphonse Hubert Mossay was a Belgian electrical engineer involved in the development of electric vehicles. Mossay attended grammar school in Verviers and then went to University of Liege, where he gained a degree in Electrical Engineering. M ...

                                               

Borivali - Surat MEMU

Borivali - Surat MEMU is a DEMU train belonging to Western Railway zone that runs between Borivali in Maharashtra and Surat of Gujarat. It is currently being operated with 69139//69140 train numbers on daily basis.

                                               

Anand - Gandhinagar Capital MEMU

Anand - Gandhinagar Capital MEMU is a MEMU train belonging to Western Railway zone that runs between Anand Junction in Gujarat and Gandhinagar Capital of Gujarat. It is currently being operated with 69191/69192 train numbers on daily basis.

                                               

Ahmedabad - Gandhinagar Capital MEMU

Ahmedabad - Gandhinagar Capital MEMU is a MEMU train belonging to Western Railway zone that runs between Ahmedabad Junction in Gujarat and Gandhinagar Capital of Gujarat. It is currently being operated with 69131/69132 train numbers on daily basis.

                                               

Sabarmati - Patan DEMU

Sabarmati - Patan DEMU is a DEMU train belonging to Western Railway zone that runs between Sabarmati Junction in Gujarat and Patan of Gujarat. It is currently being operated with 79433/79434 and 79435/79436 train numbers on daily basis.

                                               

Lower Lea Valley Cable Tunnels

The Lower Lea Valley Cable Tunnels, known as the PLUG Project during construction, are a pair of 6 km cable tunnels running beneath the lower Lea Valley in east London. Constructed at a cost of £130m ahead of the 2012 London Olympic Games, they a ...

                                               

Diesel Loco Shed, Abu Road

Diesel Loco Shed, Abu Road is a motive power depot performing locomotive maintenance and repair facility for diesel locomotives of the Indian Railways, located at Abu Road railway station in Sirohi district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is ...

                                               

LDC

LDC may refer to: Least Developed Countries Louis Dreyfus Company, a global merchant firm. Less developed country, or developing country Louisiana Department of Corrections, now Louisiana Department of Public Safety & Corrections Law Development ...

                                               

HTL

HTL may refer to Roscommon County – Blodgett Memorial Airport, in Michigan, United States High tension line, used for electric power transmission High Threshold Logic, an electronic logic technology Halifax Tool Library, a tool-lending library in ...

                                               

Honda ATC200

The Honda ATC 200 was introduced in 1981, as their top model in the ATC line-up, and remained in the line-up, in various forms, until Honda voluntarily ceased production in 1987. In the six years of production, six variations were made, often sol ...

                                               

Aptera

Hopea aptera, a species of plant in the family Dipterocarpaceae, endemic to Papua New Guinea Apteromantis aptera, a species of praying mantis, endemic to the Iberian Peninsula Parashorea aptera, a species of plant in the family Dipterocarpaceae, ...

                                               

Release Me (Hooverphonic song)

Release Me is a song by the Belgian band Hooverphonic. It would have represented Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. The song was released as a digital download on 17 February 2020.

                                               

Faces (disambiguation)

Faces video game, a 1990 computer game faces for Unix, the continuation of vismon JavaServer Faces, a Java-based Web application framework for interfaces

                                               

Reasons (disambiguation)

Reasons may also refer to: "Reasons" UB40 song "Reasons", a song from Chris Reas Wired to the Moon Reasons, a 1996 film starring LisaRaye McCoy "Reasons", a song from Built to Spills 1994 album Theres Nothing Wrong with Love Reasons Omarion album ...

                                               

Vikas (disambiguation)

Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya, system of schools in Delhi, India Vidhyaa Vikas Educational Institutions, group of educational institutions located in Tiruchengode, Tamil Nadu Netraheen Vikas Sansthan, residential school for the blind in Jodhpu ...

                                               

C13

C13 or C-13 may be: Caterpillar C13 Engine, an engine by Caterpillar Inc. C13 White Lead Painting Convention, 1921 Sauber C13, a 1994 racing car C13 grenade, the Canadian Forces designation for a M67 grenade LNER Class C13, a 4-4-2T steam locomot ...

                                               

Chopper

Tony Chopper, a character from the manga and anime, One Piece Chopper Judge Dredd, in British comics anthologies 2000 AD and Judge Dredd Chopper comics, a horror comic book mini-series

                                               

Tuttle

Tuttle, North Dakota Tuttle, Oklahoma Tuttle, Colorado Tuttle, Colusa County, California Tuttle, Arkansas Tuttle, California, in Merced County, California

                                               

Statue of Liberty (disambiguation)

Replicas of the Statue of Liberty Statue of Liberty Seattle, a replica of the Statue of Liberty installed at Alki Beach Park, Seattle, Washington, U.S. Statue of Liberty Leicester, a small replica of the Statue of Liberty installed at the Soar Ri ...

                                               

Powerline

Overhead power line, used for electric power transmission Powerline, a status line plugin for vim; See Private Use Areas Power-line communication, a computer networking technology

                                               

Severn-Wye Cable Tunnel

The Severn-Wye Cable Tunnel, also known as the Severn Cable Tunnel, carries high-voltage electricity transmission lines beneath the estuaries of the River Severn and River Wye between Newhouse, Monmouthshire and Aust, South Gloucestershire.

                                               

Neutral zone

Neutral zone gridiron football, the region between offensive and defensive sides prior to the snap of the ball on a scrimmage play Neutral zone ice hockey, a zone between the blue lines in ice hockey Neutral zone cycling, a non-competitive segmen ...

                                               

List of Indian locomotives

The Indian Railways primarily operates electric and diesel locomotives, along with several compressed natural gas locomotives. Steam locomotives are operated on a few World Heritage sites and also run occasionally as heritage trains. A locomotive ...

                                               

River Medway Cable Tunnels

The River Medway Cable Tunnels are a pair of tunnels carrying high-voltage electricity transmission lines beneath the lower River Medway between the Isle of Grain and Chetney Marshes, Kent.

                                               

Caithness - Moray Link

The Caithness - Moray Link is a 160 kilometres HVDC submarine power cable beneath the Moray Firth in Scotland, linking Spittal in Caithness and Blackhillock in Moray. Constructed by Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks, it is capable of tra ...