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Adelante Fraternity

Adelante Fraternity is an all-male social fraternity that was founded at Iowa State University in September 1907. Adelante is one of the few fraternities not to adopt Greek letters. Today, Adelante is still a local fraternity and is the longest r ...

                                               

Stern (disambiguation)

Stern Review, an influential report on global warmings economic effect Stern magazine, a weekly German news magazine

                                               

Alice Ruggles Sohier

Alice Ruggles Sohier American artist, known for paintings of figures, portraits, still life, and landscapes. She was an active artist between 1900 until around c.1959.

                                               

Open Ice Summit

The Open Ice Summit was an ice hockey conference held in Toronto from August 25–27, 1999. It was arranged by Hockey Canada in co-operation with the National Hockey League and the Canadian Hockey League, in response to Canadian national ice hockey ...

                                               

DC Trident

DC Trident is a professional swimming team based in Washington, D.C. DC Trident competes in the International Swimming League, which is a global, professional swimming league consisting of ten teams: DC Trident, the New York Breakers, the L.A. Cu ...

                                               

NMHS

NMHS may refer to: National Meteorological and Hydrological Service, the term used by the World Meteorological Organization for their member organizations, which are mostly national weather services National Maritime Historical Society, an Americ ...

                                               

Lan blood group system

The Lan blood group system is a human blood group defined by the presence or absence of the Lan antigen on a persons red blood cells. More than 99.9% of people are positive for the Lan antigen. Individuals with the rare Lan-negative blood type, w ...

                                               

Matthew Kennedy

Matthew Kennedy may refer to: Matthew Kennedy footballer, born 1997, current Australian rules football player for Carlton Matthew Kennedy rugby league born 1981, Australian rugby league player Newcastle Knights Matthew Washington Kennedy 1921–201 ...

                                               

Gary Cooper (disambiguation)

Gary Cooper was an American film actor. Gary Cooper may also refer to: Gary Cooper footballer born 1965, English footballer Gary Cooper third baseman born 1964, MLB third baseman for the Houston Astros in 1991 Gary Cooper outfielder born 1956, ML ...

                                               

Verda

Verda Smith 1923–2000, American National Football League running back for the Los Angeles Rams Verda Freeman Welcome 1907-1990, American teacher, civil rights leader, and Maryland state senator Verda Erman 1944–2014, Turkish classical pianist

                                               

UDisc

UDisc is a disc golf app for scorekeeping, statistics, and discovery for smartphones and tablet computers running the Android or iOS operating system. The app is also compatible with Androids Wear OS and Apple Watch. It gives access to an extensi ...

                                               

Item

The Huntsville Item, an American seven-day morning daily newspaper published in Huntsville, Texas The Item, an American independent, morning newspaper published in Sumter, South Carolina Picayune Item, an American five-day daily newspaper publish ...

                                               

Royal Automobile Club (disambiguation)

Royal Automobile Club may refer to: Royal Automobile Club Sweden, a Swedish association for car owners Royal Automobile Club of Queensland, an Australian motoring club and mutual organisation Royal Automobile Club of Western Australia, an Austral ...

                                               

Birch (disambiguation)

Birch is the common name for trees of the genus Betula. Birch or Birchs may also refer to: Birch surname BIRCH, a clustering algorithm "Birches" poem, a poem by Robert Frost

                                               

OTN

OTN may refer to: OTN1, a Canadian television channel Ontario Telemedicine Network, a not-for-profit, Ontario funded Telemedicine organization Optical Transport Network, a telecommunication network standards framework for optical networks Our Tee ...

                                               

National standards

Vietnam Standards Chinese National Standards Guobiao standards, the standards issued by the Standardization Administration of China Peoples Republic of China Russian National Standards

                                               

C9

ATC code C09, a subgroup of the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification System C9 Complement component 9, a protein C09, ICD-10 code for malignant neoplasm of tonsil

                                               

Inverted pyramid

Inverted pyramid may refer to: Inverted pyramid journalism, a metaphor in journalism for how information should be prioritized and structured in a text Inverted pyramid management, also known as a "reverse hierarchy", an organizational structure ...

                                               

Red Knight (disambiguation)

The Red Knight is the name of several characters in the Arthurian legend. Red Knight can also refer to: The Red Knight, a BR Standard Class 5 railway locomotive Red Knight Forgotten Realms, a fictional deity in the Dungeons & Dragons campaign set ...

                                               

TALC

Talc is a mineral composed of magnesium silicate. TaLC is a biennial applied linguistics conference. TALC may refer to: Teaching-aids at Low Cost or TALC a British charitable development agency that works to improve access to healthcare in low in ...

                                               

LGR (disambiguation)

LGR refers to London Greek Radio, an independent radio for Londons Greek community LGR may also refer to: Lets Go, Rangers”, a popular rally cry for fans of the NHL team, the New York Rangers Walther LGR, air rifle developed by the German arms ma ...

                                               

Yad (disambiguation)

Yad יד means hand in Hebrew. It can refer to a Yad Hachazakah, an alternate name for the Mishneh Torah, the code of Maimonides Yad, a pointer used for Torah reading in Jewish synagogues Yad can also refer to a monument or memorial. In this usage, ...

                                               

PMO

Prime Ministers Office disambiguation, government departments in several countries Priority Material Office, a logistics support command of the United States Navy Principal Medical Officer Polish Military Organisation, an intelligence and sabotag ...

                                               

Angelic

Angelic may refer to: Angelic Layer, a 1999 Japanese comics Angel, a supernatural being Enochian, the supposed language of the angels in occult and some Christian practices Angelic Encounters, an album by the Dutch band Thanatos Angelic language ...

                                               

W3

W3 or W-3 may refer to: The fourth step of the W0-W6 scale for the classification of meteorites by weathering World Wide Web Consortium, international standards organization for the World Wide Web abbreviated WWW or W3 W3, a postcode district in ...

                                               

Xenopus egg extract

Xenopus egg extract is a lysate that is prepared by crushing the eggs of the African clawed frog Xenopus laevis. It offers a powerful cell-free system for studying various cell biological processes, including cell cycle progression, nuclear trans ...

                                               

Paloma Cordero

Paloma Delia Margarita Cordero Tapia, known as Paloma Cordero, was the First Lady of Mexico from 1982 to 1988 during the presidency of her husband, Miguel de la Madrid. Cordero also headed the National System for Integral Family Development durin ...

                                               

SNV

SNV may refer to: Sin Nombre virus, agent of hantavirus pulmonary syndrome SNV Valiant, U.S. Navy version of the Vultee BT-13 Valiant trainer aircraft Schweizerische Normen-Vereinigung Swiss Association for Standardization, Swias technical associ ...

                                               

NPV

NPV may refer to: In economics: Net present value, an economic standard method for evaluating competing long-term projects in capital budgeting In politics: National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, an initiative in the United States to elect the ...

                                               

OpenNet

OpenNet may refer to the following: OpenNet website, a Russian news site about free and open source software OpenNet Initiative, a joint project with a goal of monitoring and reporting internet filtering and surveillance practices by nations Open ...

                                               

NLS

NLS computer system or oN-Line System, a pioneering computer system by Douglas Engelbart National Language Support or Native Language Support, in software

                                               

Parca

Parca may refer to: PACS Administrators Registry and Certification Association, a professional society that provides certification services for medical image archive and electronic medical records administrators and support professionals another ...

                                               

Navy League

Navy League of Great Britain not usually seen with "of Great Britain" in the title, refers to the original United Kingdom organisation now merged with The Marine Society responsible for the Sea Cadet Corps and the Girls Nautical Training Corps Al ...

                                               

Wishing well (disambiguation)

"Wishing Well", a song by Anastacia from Not That Kind 2000 "Wishing Well", a song by Blink-182 from Neighborhoods 2011 "Wishing Well", a song by Angra from Temple of Shadows 2004 "Wishing Well", a song by Dani Stevenson 2010 "Wishing Well", a so ...

                                               

WBR

WBR may refer to: WBR Sessions, an EP recorded by Guster WBR, the IATA airport code for Roben-Hood Airport in Michigan, United States Warner Bros. Records, an American record label , a HTML tag for an optional word break The Welsh Boat Race, an a ...

                                               

Wang Doodle Orchestra

The Wang Doodle Orchestra was an American jazz and string band formed in Seattle, Washington in the 1910s that operated through the 1920s. Band members included Ace Brooks and Hughes on mandolin, harp mandolin, and harp guitar; pianists Archie Ja ...

                                               

GSO

Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, Sweden Greenville Symphony Orchestra, South Carolina, US Gamer Symphony Orchestra at the University of Maryland, US Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra, China

                                               

Blue Arrow (disambiguation)

Blue Arrow is a United Kingdom-based employment and recruitment agency. Blue Arrow or Blue Arrows may also refer to: China Railways DJJ1 "Blue Arrow", a Chinese push-pull train Flechas Azules Mixed Brigade Blue Arrows, a mixed Italo-Spanish briga ...

                                               

Simon Edem Asimah

Simon Edem Asimah was born on 19th March, 1955 in Peki-Wudome in the Volta region. He had an MA in Development Studies. He further studied ISS in the Hague in Netherlands in the year 1992.

                                               

Farida Kabir

Farida Mohammed Kabir is a Nigerian epidemiologist, software developer, and technology entrepreneur who is passionate about merging health and technology. She is the team lead for Google Women TechMakers and co-organizer for Google Developer Grou ...

                                               

24th Division

24th Infantry Division Bangladesh 24th Reserve Division German Empire 24th Infantry Division Russian Empire 24th Infantry Division Syrian rebel group 24th Waffen Mountain Division of the SS Karstjager 24th Infantry Division United States 24th Div ...

                                               

JTS

JTS may refer to: JT Storage, a defunct American hard drive manufacturer Janesville Transit System, serving Janesville, Wisconsin, United States Jimmy Two-Shoes, a Canadian animated series Java Topology Suite JTS Topology Suite, a Java software l ...

                                               

Bayt al-Maqdis (disambiguation)

Bait al-Maqdis or Bayt al-Maqdis Hebrew name Beit HaMikdash for the Temple in Jerusalem, is an Arabic name in reference to the Temple and semantically extended as a common designation for Jerusalem in Islamic sources. It may also refer to:

                                               

Sangh

The term Sangh or Sangha means an assembly or congregation. The usage of the term includes: Sangh Parivar, a group of Indian Nationalist Organizations Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh, a Hindu cultural organisation in many countries Sangha Jainism, the fo ...

                                               

MWL

MWL may refer to: Mineral Wells Airport, a public-use airfield in Mineral Wells, Texas, United States FAA & IATA identification code Midland Wachusett League, a high school athletic conference in Massachusetts Mirandese language, a Romance langua ...

                                               

Blackfish (disambiguation)

Blackfish is a common fish. Blackfish may also refer to: Brynden Tully, a character in George R.R. Martins A Song of Ice and Fire series USS Blackfish SS-221, a United States Navy submarine, named for the blackfish, any one of several small, toot ...

                                               

Kitchen United

Kitchen United is a ghost kitchen company based in Pasadena, California, providing equipped professional kitchen space to restaurants for the preparation of delivery-only meals. This allows bricks and mortar restaurants to expand their food deliv ...

                                               

Squeeze (The Walking Dead)

"Squeeze" is the ninth episode and mid-season premiere of the tenth season of the post-apocalyptic horror television series The Walking Dead, which aired on AMC on February 23, 2020. The episode was written by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick and ...

                                               

EFC

Essendon Football Club, Australia Esteghlal F.C., Iran Etoile FC, Singapore Europa F.C., Gibraltar Everton F.C., England Eastleigh F.C., England Epping Football Club, Australia

                                               

INTA

Inta or INTA may refer to: Abbreviations International Trademark Association, a worldwide not-for-profit association National Agricultural Technology Institute Instituto Nacional de Tecnologia Agropecuaria, an institute in Argentina European Parl ...