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SRAM

AGM-69 SRAM, a Boeing nuclear air-to-surface missile AGM-131 SRAM II, a nuclear air-to-surface missile intended as a replacement

                                               

Nim (disambiguation)

Network Interface Module, a Cisco Systems module Network Installation Manager, an IBM framework Negative index metamaterial, metamaterials which have the capability to direct and regulate wave propagation due to their negative refractive index No ...

                                               

Simen Andreas Ådnoy Ellingsen

Simen Andreas Ådnoy Ellingsen is a Norwegian engineering physicist specializing in fluid mechanics, especially waves, turbulence and quantum mechanics. He is a full professor at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, at the Departmen ...

                                               

PWR

PWR may stand for: Philippine Wrestling Revolution, Filipino indie pro-wrestling promotion Pressurized water reactor, a type of nuclear power reactor Preston and Wyre Joint Railway, a historic railway company in Lancashire, England Politechnika W ...

                                               

PFP

Peace and Freedom Party USA Progressive Federal Party South Africa People First Party Republic of China, a political party in the Republic of China Taiwan Popular Front Party Ghana People First Party South Korea

                                               

C1orf94

Chromosome 1 Opening Reading Frame 94 or C1orf94 is a protein in human coded by the C1orf94 gene. The function of this protein is still poorly understood.

                                               

M20

Mooney M20, a general aviation aircraft M20 New York City bus, a New York City Bus route in Manhattan M20 highway Russia BMW M20, a 1976 automobile engine Highway M20 Ukraine Northern Expressway, a motorway in Adelaide, South Australia M20 motorw ...

                                               

Mark XIII

Mark XIII or Mark 13 often refers to the 13th version of a product, frequently military hardware. "Mark", meaning "model" or "variant", can be abbreviated "Mk." Mark XIII or Mark 13 can specifically refer to:

                                               

Mark XVI

Mark XVI or Mark 16 often refers to the 16th version of a product, frequently military hardware. "Mark", meaning "model" or "variant", can be abbreviated "Mk." Mark XVI or Mark 16 can specifically refer to:

                                               

Richard Goodwin

Richard Goodwin may refer to: Richard Elton Goodwin 1908–1986, British general Richard Goodwin minister died 1685, British minister Richard J. Goodwin born 1953, Australian artist, architect and professor Richard Goodwin producer born 1934, Briti ...

                                               

Alfred Sit

Alfred Sit Wing-hang is a Hong Kong government official. Since 2020, he has been Secretary for Innovation and Technology. Sit joined the Hong Kong government as an Assistant Electrical and Mechanical Engineer in September 1984 and was promoted to ...

                                               

Of Mist, and Grass, and Sand

"Of Mist, and Grass, and Sand" is a science fiction short story by Vonda N. McIntyre. First published in Analog Science Fiction and Fact in October 1973, it was anthologized multiple times, and also formed the first chapter of McIntyres 1978 nove ...

                                               

Ines

Ines or INES may refer to: INES or International Network of Engineers and Scientists for global responsibility iNES TV service, a Romanian TV service INES or carte didentite nationale electronique securisee, proposed French national identity card ...

                                               

Clam (disambiguation)

Clams are saltwater or freshwater mollusks that have two hinged shells. Clam may also refer to: CLAM C++ Library for Audio and Music, a software framework for audio data processing Clam AntiVirus, a free antivirus program Clement Attlee 1883–1967 ...

                                               

Moderator

Moderator of a Usenet newsgroup Game moderator Internet forum moderator, a person given special authority to enforce the rules on a forum Google Moderator, an application to assist chairmen of online meetings

                                               

Graphite (disambiguation)

Graphite is one of the allotropes of carbon. Graphite may also refer to: Graphite SIL, a font rendering system developed by SIL International Nuclear graphite, synthetic graphite used as a neutron moderator in nuclear reactors Graphite, British b ...

                                               

Radiation poisoning (disambiguation)

Radiation poisoning may refer to: The action of neutron poisons that inhibit nuclear chain reactions Electromagnetic hypersensitivity, the false belief that exposure to electromagnetic fields result in adverse medical symptoms The ingestion of ra ...

                                               

Criticality

Criticality status, a milestone in the commissioning of a nuclear power plant Criticality accident, an uncontrolled nuclear chain reaction Prompt critical, an assembly for each nuclear fission event Critical mass, referring to criticality in nucl ...

                                               

Liner

Eye liner, a type of makeup Cat Eyeliner, line that is made in the upper part of the eyelid to emulate the shading of the cat. Liner, a sable brush used by coach painters Liner, another name for the multiple lining tool in engraving

                                               

A36

Saab A 36, also known as Projekt 1300, a nuclear strike bomber North American A-36 Apache, a 1942 American ground-attack/dive bomber aircraft Beechcraft A36 Bonanza, a variant of the Beechcraft Bonanza aircraft Aeroprakt A-36 Vulcan, a light twin ...

                                               

Reactor

A current limiting reactor is used to limit starting current of motors and to protect variable frequency drives Fusion reactor, a device for containing and controlling a fusion power reaction Bioreactor, a device which controls a biologically act ...

                                               

Sunburst (disambiguation)

Sunburst, a character in My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Sunburst, a novel by Phyllis Gotlieb Sunburst film, a 1975 American film directed by James Polakof Sunburst Magic: The Gathering, an ability used in the Magic: The Gathering card game S ...

                                               

Green star

Green star may refer to: Green star astronomy, a white or blue star that appears to be green due to an optical illusion Green Star Australia, an environmental rating system for buildings in Australia Green Star Series, five science fantasy novels ...

                                               

Green Monster (disambiguation)

The Green Monster is the left field wall at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. Green Monster may also refer to: Boston Red Sox Green Monster novel, featuring the Red Sox Wally the Green Monster, mascot Infrastructure nicknames Hart Bridge in J ...

                                               

DJ Stretch Armstrong

Adrian Bartos known professionally as DJ Stretch Armstrong is a New York-based DJ and music producer, known as a former co-host of hip hop radio show The Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Show, alongside Bobbito Garcia. From 1990–98, Bartos co-hosted ...

                                               

Capture of Fort William and Mary

The Capture of Fort William and Mary took place on December 14, 1774, when local Patriots from the Portsmouth area, led by John Langdon, stormed Fort William and Mary and seized the garrisons powder, which was distributed through several New Hamp ...

                                               

Captor

Ninja Captor, Japanese live-action television drama Captors album, debut studio album by Christian metal band Wolves at the Gate The Captors novel by John Farris 1969 "Captors", song by I Concur 2008

                                               

Mua (disambiguation)

Mua may refer to: Mua, Sau Rotuman king in 1847 Mua, Malawi, a village in Malawi Metuisela Mua, a Fijian former military officer and politician Mua mine, an iron mine in Portugal Mua title, a chiefly title of Rotuma Mua District, a district on Wa ...

                                               

Chris Clark

Chris Clark may refer to: Chris Clark musician born 1979, electronic musician and composer also known as Clark Chris Clark American football born 1985, player on the Houston Texans American football team Chris Clark politician born 1983, mayor of ...

                                               

Zhou Yongqin

Zhou Yongqin, was a member of the Hong Kong Progressive Alliance and the Liberal Party, and is currently a political figure of the Hong Kong Pro-Beijing camp. He has been working in the district of Tin Shui Wai, Yuen Long District for many weeks. ...

                                               

EGA Trophy

The match was instituted in 1967 and played every year until it was discontinued in 1994. The first time the Continental team won was when it was held in Sweden in 1980. Initially the event was held on the day before the start of the British Yout ...

                                               

Farmers Journal (disambiguation)

The Farmers Journal or Farmers Journal is a commonly used title for periodicals in the realm of agriculture. The title may refer to: The Farmers Weekly Journal, and Manufacturers and Traders Register / Evans and Ruffys Farmers Weekly Journal and ...

                                               

Sylheter Dak

The Daily Sylheter Dak popularly known as Sylheter Dak, is a local daily newspaper in Bangladesh, published from Sylhet in the Bengali language. Sylheter Dak was founded on 18 July 1984. The newspaper, more than 30 years old, is the most widely c ...

                                               

Gordon Bennett

Gordon Bennett artist 1955–2014, Australian artist Gordon Bennett general 1887–1962, Australian soldier Gordon Bennett football, English football coach Gordon Lockhart Bennett 1912–2000, Canadian politician Gordon Bennetts 1909–1987, Australian c ...

                                               

Fringe

Fringe may refer to: Fringe trim, an ornamental appendage to the border of an item The Fringe, the setting for the computer game Tachyon: The Fringe Fringe tree or Chionanthus, a genus of flowering plants Fringe of a relation, a part of a binary ...

                                               

Leonie Reisberg

Leonie Reisberg was born in 1955 in Melbourne, and studied Photography at R.M.I.T. for 2 years then at Prahran College of Advanced Education for a further 2 years. After teaching for a year, she went to U.S. to study for her Master of Fine Arts a ...

                                               

The Nightmare Before Christmas (disambiguation)

The Nightmare Before Christmas is a 1993 film produced by Tim Burton. The Nightmare Before Christmas may also refer to: The Nightmare Before Christmas Trading Card Game, a collectible card game The Nightmare Before Christmas: The Pumpkin King, a ...

                                               

Hitmaker

Hitmaker or Hitmakers may refer to: The Hitmakers, a Danish rock group Sega Hitmaker, was a division of Japanese video game developer of Sega Hitmakers TV series, a Scandinavian reality television competition for songwriters Hitmakers, original t ...

                                               

Whodunit (disambiguation)

Whodunnit? U.S. game show, a 1979 American game show adaption of the British version Whodunnit? UK game show, a 1972–1978 British television game show "Whodunnit?" Is It Legal episode 1995 Whodunnit? 2013 TV series, a 2013 American reality compet ...

                                               

The Next Big Thing

Next Big Thing, a 2003 album by Vince Gill "Next Big Thing" song, the title track from the album The Next Big Thing, an Australian music competition won by Harlequin League 2007 The Next Big Thing EP, an EP by Roh Ji-hoon John Butler musician 199 ...

                                               

Let It Shine

Let It Shine may refer to: "Let It Shine", album title song by Jeremy Fisher "Let It Shine" Agnetha Faltskog song Let It Shine album, by Jeremy Fisher Let It Shine film, a 2012 Disney Channel Original Movie Let It Shine 2017 TV series, British re ...

                                               

Enrique Iglesias and Ricky Martin Live in Concert

The Enrique Iglesias and Ricky Martin Live in Concert is a co-headlining concert tour by Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias and Puerto Rican artist Ricky Martin. The tour will begin in Glendale, Arizona at the Gila River Arena on September 5, 2020 a ...

                                               

Battle of the Anio River (361 BC)

The Battle of the Anio River was fought in 361 BC between the Roman Republic, led by the dictator Titus Quinctius Pennus Capitolinus Crispinus, and a group of Gauls who had encamped near the Via Salaria beyond the bridge over the Anio River.

                                               

Tejuca

Tejuca was a small 470-ton clipper ship built in Hoboken, New Jersey in 1854. After only eighteen months of service, she was lost in a hurricane on the North Atlantic, with most of her crew rescued through a daring maneuver carried out by the shi ...

                                               

Bhopal (disambiguation)

Bhopal may refer to: Bhopal Agency, an administrative section of British Indias Central India Agency Bhopal Division, an administrative geographical unit of Madhya Pradesh state Bhopal play, by Rahul Varma, based on the Bhopal disaster Bhopal sta ...

                                               

Church of Our Lady of Sarlos (Budapest – ujlak)

Above its main entrance is a Latin inscription CREATORI 1705 CREATURA announcing the year the parish was founded. Todays building was erected in the middle of the 18th century by the then less German-speaking citizens of Neustift Neustift, built ...

                                               

Winter Hill

Winter Hill may refer to: Winter Hill air disaster, a plane crash at Winter Hill. Winter Hill transmitting station located within the Borough of Chorley on the summit of Winter Hill. Winter Hill North West England, 456 m hill, on the border betwe ...

                                               

Century City (disambiguation)

Century City, Cape Town, a suburb in South Africa Century City, Makati, a mixed-use development in Metro Manila, Philippines Century City building, a 103-metre mixed use office and retail high-rise building in Perth, Western Australia

                                               

Redbridge Town Hall

In the late 19th century, the council was based in rooms above a shop in Cranbrook Road before moving into a rented schoolroom in Ilford Hall in High Road in 1898. The new building, which was designed by Ben Woollard in the Renaissance style, was ...

                                               

Roman theatre

Roman theatre may refer to: Roman theatre structure, the theatre buildings of ancient Roman type Theatre of ancient Rome, the theatrical styles of Ancient Rome Roman theatre, Cartagena, an ancient Roman theatre in Cartagena, Spain Roman Theatre, ...