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Macif

Macif was designed by the naval architectural firm Van Peteghem Lauriot-Prevost, with the assistance of GSea Design for calculation of the structure. The yacht is built for long distance sailing competitions, and attempts at sailing records. With ...

                                               

John (ship)

Several ships have been named John: John 1804 ship was launched at Chepstow. She then became a West Indiaman, sailing between Bristol and Jamaica. In 1826 she started sailing to Bengal under a license from the British East India Company EIC. She ...

                                               

Fiery cross

Fiery Cross or The Fiery Cross may refer to: Fiery cross bidding stick, a term used in early Scotland for burning a piece of wood as a beacon Heroes of the Fiery Cross, pro-Klan book published in 1928 by Alma Bridwell White Fiery Cross Reef, was ...

                                               

Blackwall

London and Blackwall Railway Blackwall railway station - former eastern terminus of the railway Blackwall DLR station, a station in East London on the Docklands Light Railway Blackwall Tunnel - The main crossing of the River Thames in east London ...

                                               

Sailfish (disambiguation)

Sailfish OS, a mobile operating system Sailfish Alliance, an open alliance for Sailfish OS Pixel 1st generation codename Sailfish, a smartphone by Google

                                               

Sky Pearl Club

China Southern Airliness frequent-flyer program is called Sky Pearl Club. The Sky Pearl Club allows its members earn FFP mileage not only flying China Southern domestic segments but also on flights of other SkyTeam member airlines within the SkyT ...

                                               

Uku

Uku or UKU may refer to: UK Ultraspeed, proposed magnetic-levitation train line between London and Glasgow Uku fish, a fish Ukko or Uku, god of sky, weather, crops harvest and other natural things in Estonian and Finnish mythology Uku given name, ...

                                               

Leah Larot

Leah Janessa Hernandez Larot is a Filipino womens international footballer who plays as a forward. She is a member of the Philippines womens national football team and was part of the team that competed in the 2018 AFC Womens Asian Cup.

                                               

Andri Gudjohnsen

Born in London, Andri is the son of the former Barça star Eidur Gudjohnsen, and the younger brother of Spezia Calcio footballer Sveinn Aron Gudjohnsen.

                                               

Shahin (surface-to-air missile)

The Shahin missile is an Iranian supersonic mid-range low to mid-altitude surface-to-air missile. It is an Iranian version of the American MIM-23 Hawk and is thus designed for use with the Mersad air defense system.

                                               

Stojanovski

Stojanovski is a Macedonian surname that literally means "son of Stojan", famous people with the surname include: Vlatko Stojanovski born 1997, Macedonian footballer Luka Stojanovski born 2000, Macedonian basketballer Filip Stojanovski born 1996, ...

                                               

Harti (disambiguation)

Harti is a sub-clan of the Somali Darod. Harti may also refer to; Abgaal, themselves, a sub-clan of the Somali Hawiye clan have a sub-clan named Harti Harti, a quarter in district 6, Winterthur in the canton of Zurich, Switzerland Stade El Harti, ...

                                               

Drum bun

Drum bun is a Romanian march composed by Ștefan Nosievici in 1856. It was one of the two male choirs he composed, the other being Tatarul. The Society for Romanian Culture and Literature in Bukovina posthumously published the song in 1869 after N ...

                                               

Scott Patterson (disambiguation)

Scott Patterson, American actor and minor league baseball player Scott Patterson may also refer to: Scott Patterson director born 1962, Australian film director and editor Scott Patterson author, American finance journalist & author Scott Patters ...

                                               

Kim Yong-hee (activist)

Kim Yong-hee is a South Korean labor rights activist and protester. He was employed at Samsung Aerospace from 1982 to 1995, when he was dismissed for attempting to organize a labor union. Kim had also claimed that Samsung had filed defamation law ...

                                               

SkyDome (disambiguation)

SkyDome is the former name of the Rogers Centre stadium in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Sky Dome, Skydome or SkyDome may also refer to: Sky Dome, a Strata-Dome railcar Walkup Skydome or J. Lawrence Walkup Skydome, a stadium in Flagstaff, Arizona bui ...

                                               

SVHS

SVHS usually refers to: S-VHS - Super VHS video cassette recorder. It can also be used to refer to the following preparatory schools: Springvale House in Mashonaland East, Zimbabwe. It can also be used as an abbreviation for the following high sc ...

                                               

Planica 1948

Planica 1948 was an International ski flying week competition held from 14 - 17 March 1948 in Planica, PR Slovenia, FPR Yugoslavia. Over 20.000 people has gathered in total. The best jump counted as final result.

                                               

Planica 1947

Planica 1947 was a ski flying week, allowed only in study purposes, competition held on 24 March 1947 in Planica, PR Slovenia, FPR Yugoslavia. This was the first post WWII competition with total over 25.000 people.

                                               

C. concinna

C. concinna may refer to: Callopistria concinna, an owlet moth Cerceris concinna, a sphecoid wasp Cyclaspis concinna, a cumacean crustacean Chrysemys concinna, a freshwater turtle Canavalia concinna, a jack-bean Canna concinna, a perennial plant ...

                                               

Aplax

Aplax is a dubious genus of extinct thalassochelydian turtle from the Late Jurassic of Germany. The type and only species is Aplax oberndorferi, named by Hermann von Meyer in 1843 for a complete juvenile skeleton from the early Tithonian of the S ...

                                               

Sexual dimorphism in primates

Sexual Dimorphism can manifest itself in many different forms. In male and female primates there is obvious physical difference such as body size or canine size. It could also be seen in skeletal features such as the shape of the pelvis or the ro ...

                                               

Trestle (disambiguation)

Trestle may refer to several different things with a similar structure: TRESTLE, also known as ATLAS-I or "The Sandia Trestle", a NNEMP Non-Nuclear Electromagnetic Pulse test facility for aircraft Trestle mill, part of a post mill A trestle desk ...

                                               

Regional Rail Revival

The Regional Rail Revival is a joint initiative between the Australian government and the Victorian government to upgrade all regional railway lines in Victoria. The project has an estimated total cost of The Regional Rail Revival is a joint init ...

                                               

2019–20 Southern District FC season

The 2019–20 season is Southerns 7th season in the top-tier division in Hong Kong football. Southern will compete in the Premier League, Senior Challenge Shield, FA Cup and Sapling Cup this season.

                                               

Whittier (horse)

Whittier was a notable Australian Thoroughbred race horse. A son of Woorak AUS from the mare Polacca AUS, he was foaled in 1919 and trained by Harry McCalman. His owner, Ben Chaffey purchased him for 250 guineas when Lachlan Mackinnon dispersed h ...

                                               

Colette (horse)

Unraced as a two-year-old, Colette made her debut at Hawkesbury Racecourse, finishing unplaced and beaten by a margin of 8 lengths. At her next two starts, Colette finished in second place on both occasions, however she won her first race at her ...

                                               

Ron James

Ron James may refer to: Ronnie James 1917–1977, Welsh boxer of the 1930s and 1940s Ron James footballer, born 1970 1970–1990, Australian rules footballer Ron James footballer, born 1933, Australian rules footballer Ronald James, Welsh rugby leagu ...

                                               

Indian Locomotive class WDM-6

The Indian locomotive class WDM-6 is a class of Diesel locomotive that was developed in 1981 by Diesel Locomotive Works, Varanasi for Indian Railways. The model name stands for broad gauge, Diesel, Mixed traffic engine, 6th generation. They enter ...

                                               

Container Cup

The Container Cup is a TV program developed by Woestijnvis and broadcast by Belgian TV channel Vier between 26 April 2020 and 28 May 2020. In the format, 32 professional sporters had to finish a series of seven sporting events, organised in a con ...

                                               

2020–21 Basketball League of Serbia

The 2020–21 Basketball League of Serbia will be the 15th season of the Basketball League of Serbia, the top-tier professional basketball league in Serbia. Also, its the 77th national championship played by Serbian clubs inclusive of the nations p ...

                                               

Panmure

A rural community in the West Carleton-March Ward of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Panmure, New Zealand, a suburb of Auckland Panmure Island, Prince Edward Island, Canada Panmure, Victoria, Australia Panmure New Zealand electorate, a former New Zealand ...

                                               

Chipping

Chipping Norton, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney in Australia

                                               

Rory Donnellan

Rory Owen Donnellan was a South African first-class cricketer. Donnellan was born at Durban in June 1941. He was educated at Durban High School, before to study in England as a Rhodes Scholar at Magdalen College, Oxford. While studying at Oxford, ...

                                               

V9

USS V-9 or USS Cuttlefish SS-171, a Cachalot-class submarine Hughes XV-9, a 1960s American experimental helicopter V9 Overstreet, a road in Milton Keynes, England BAL Bashkirian Airlines IATA code Fokker V.9, an experimental aircraft part of a se ...

                                               

Scaling

Scaling may refer to: Scaling along the Z axis, a technique used in computer graphics for a pseudo-3D effect. The scaling of critical exponents in physics, such as Widom scaling, or scaling of the renormalization group Scale invariance Image scal ...

                                               

Devils Pulpit, Gloucestershire

The Devils Pulpit is a rocky limestone outcrop and scenic viewpoint located in the Forest of Dean District of Gloucestershire, England, within the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is known for its views across the River Wye to Ti ...

                                               

Cromer cycle

The Cromer cycle is a thermodynamic cycle that uses a desiccant to interact with higher relative humidity air leaving a cold surface. When a system is taken through a series of different states and finally returned to its initial state, a thermod ...

                                               

1897 Chicago Dental Infirmary football team

The 1897 Chicago dental Infirmary football team was an American football team that represented the Chicago Dental Infirmary in the 1897 college football season. The Dents, as they were occasionally known, compiled a 2–2–1, and were outscored by t ...

                                               

Manda II

Manda II is a mountain of the Garhwal Himalaya in Uttarakhand India also called Manda south. The elevation of Manda II is 6.568 metres and its prominence is 583 metres. It is joint 71st highest located entirely within the Uttrakhand. Nanda Devi, ...

                                               

Renee M. Johnson

Renee M. Johnson is an American scientist specializing in the mental health of adolescents and young adults. She researches substance abuse and violence in marginalized youth including persons of color, LGBTQ, and immigrants. Johnson is an associ ...

                                               

Florence Edmonds

Edmonds was born, raised, and went school in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Her grandfather was Rev. Samuel Harrison, the founder and first leader of Second Congregational Church. In 1908, she was the valedictorian for the class of 1908 at Pittsfield ...

                                               

Martha Loane

Martha Jane Loane was a nurse and social commentator. Loane has been considered" the most prolific female social investigator in Britain before the First World War, publishing six full-length books between 1905 and 1911 and scores of articles bas ...

                                               

Diana Mason (doctor)

Diana Manby Mason was a prominent New Zealand doctor and obstetrician also active in the anti-abortion movement during the 1970s.

                                               

Ayyathan Janaki Ammal

Ayyathan Janaki Ammal was the first female doctor in Kerala which was an administrative district of Madras Presidency during British rule in India. She was also the first female doctor from the Thiyya community and the sister to Ayyathan Gopalan. ...

                                               

Bethencourt (disambiguation)

Bethencourt-sur-Somme, a French commune in department Somme,Picardie Bethencourt-sur-Mer, a French commune in department Somme, Picardie Bethencourt, a former parish brought under the commune of Dancourt, Seine-Maritime Bethencourt, a hamlet of t ...

                                               

Friedrich Adolf Steinhausen

Friedrich Adolf Steinhausen was a German doctor who was intensively involved with the physical conditions of making music.

                                               

Alexandre Roubtzoff

Alexandre Roubtzoff was a Russian-born French painter who specialized in Orientalist scenes. Most of his adult life was spent in Tunisia.

                                               

Idiopathic chronic fatigue

Idiopathic chronic fatigue, is characterized by unexplained fatigue that lasts at least six consecutive months. It widely understood to have a profound effect on the lives of patients who experience it. ICF is a common illness of unknown origin, ...

                                               

Richard Santucci

Richard Anthony Santucci MD, FACS is an American reconstructive urologist who currently lives and works in Austin, Texas. Santucci is a graduate of the American Urological AssociationAUA Leadership Program Class of 2009, was a member of the AUA U ...