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Athena Sefat

Athena Safa Sefat is an American physicist working on quantum materials and correlated phenomena. She is a senior scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and leads the DOE Basic Energy Science on "Probing Competing Chemical, Electronic, and Sp ...

                                               

Aardvark (disambiguation)

The Aardvarks band, an American garage rock band active in the 1960s Aardvark Jazz Orchestra, an eclectic big band founded in 1973 Aardvark band, a British Prog Rock group of the early 1970s - Paul Kossoff and Simon Kirke were members before join ...

                                               

Richard Sullivan

Richard Sullivan may refer to: Rip Sullivan Richard Sullivan, born 1959, American community activist in Virginia Sir Richard Benjamin Magniac Sullivan, 8th Baronet 1906–1977 of the Sullivan baronets Richard T. Sullivan died 1981, novelist Sir Ric ...

                                               

Downing Street Christmas Tree

The Downing Street Christmas Tree is the christmas tree placed on Downing Street, outside 10 Downing Street which is the official office and residence of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. The tree arrives in Downing Street around the end ...

                                               

David Goodman

David Goodman may refer to: David Goodman Medal of Honor 1846–?, private in the U.S. Army David A. Goodman born 1975, American writer and producer Dave Goodman record producer 1951–2005, English musician and early sound engineer/record producer f ...

                                               

SH3

SH3 or SH-3 may refer to: The sulfur analogue of hydronium H 3 S + Renesas SH-3, a member of the SuperH microprocessor family, used in mobile and hand-held devices SH3 domain, a protein structural domain thought to be involved in the formation of ...

                                               

Washington Senators

Shadow senator, official symbolically elected to represent Washington, D.C. as a U.S. Senator, but who does not serve in the Senate due to the Districts lack of representation United States Senators from Washington, senators representing the stat ...

                                               

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (disambiguation)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. is a name used to refer to the character of Nick Fury while working for S.H.I.E.L.D., it can also refer to: Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. feature, original Strange Tales feature for the title Nick Fury, Agent o ...

                                               

Thomas McAllister

Thomas McAllister may refer to: Thomas Francis McAllister 1896–1976, United States federal judge Tom McAllister, member of the Shotts and Dykehead Pipe Band in Scotland in the 1940s Thomas Stanislaus McAllister 1878–1950, Northern Irish politicia ...

                                               

Rebirth (song)

Rebirth is the fifth digital single by Red Velvet. It was released on August 18, 2017 as the 21st STATION Season 2 release and 72nd overall.

                                               

Lufthansa Group

The Lufthansa Group includes Lufthansa, Swiss, Austrian Airlines and Brussels Airlines. Eurowings, Germanwings and Lufthansas "regional partners" are also group members.

                                               

Tim Kelly

Tim or Timothy Kelly may refer to: Tim Kelly playwright 1937–1998, American playwright Tim David Kelly, American musician, songwriter and record producer Tim Kelly Alaska politician 1944–2009, Alaska state legislator Timothy J. Kelly born 1969, U ...

                                               

Atubaria heterolopha

Atubaria heterolopha is a species of hemichordates in the monotypic genus Atubaria and in the monotypic family Atubaridae. This taxon belongs to the pterobranchian order Cephalodiscida. It was described by Tadao Sato in 1936.

                                               

Chris Holmes

Chris Holmes may refer to: Chris Holmes mathematician, British statistician Chris Holmes musician born 1958, American musician and member of the band W.A.S.P. Chris Holmes, Baron Holmes of Richmond, British Paralympian swimmer and peer Chris Holm ...

                                               

Ross Smith

Ross Smith Scottish footballer born 1992, Scottish association football player Ross Smith soccer born 1980, Canadian association football player

                                               

Chen Qiannan

On January 18, 2016, Chen became a 6th-generation member of SNH48, and on April 20, she was transferred to BEJ48s Team E. On April 29, she made her first public performance as a member of BEJ48 during Team Es first stage, "Pajama Drive". On July ...

                                               

Huang Enru

On July 16, 2016, Huang became a 1st-generation member of BEJ48, and on April 20, she became a member of BEJ48s Team J. On Oct 29, she made her first public performance during Team Js first stage, "Exclusive Party". On July 29, 2017, during SNH48 ...

                                               

T cell/histiocyte-rich large B-cell lymphoma

T-cell/histiocyte-rich large B-cell lymphoma is a malignancy of B-cells. B-cells are lymphocytes that normally function in the humoral immunity component of the adaptive immune system by secreting antibodies that, for example, bind to and neutral ...

                                               

Lefty (disambiguation)

Lefty rapper, American rapper also known as The L.E.F.T., born Paul DeLisle Lefty Dizz 1937-1993, Chicago blues guitarist and singer born Walter Williams

                                               

DWS

DWS can refer to: dws, 639-3 code for the Dutton Speedwords Denton Wilde Sapte, an international law firm The Decline of Western Civilization, 1981 American documentary Data Warehouse System Electronic Surveillance Data Management System, an elec ...

                                               

Extremal Ensemble Learning

Extremal Ensemble Learning is a machine learning algorithmic paradigm for graph partitioning. EEL creates an ensemble of partitions and then uses information contained in the ensemble to find new and improved partitions. The ensemble evolves and ...

                                               

William Armistead

William Martin Armistead 1873–1955, publicist for the N. W. Ayer & Son advertising agency William Martin Armistead House William Armitstead 1833–1907, English cricketer William Armistead burgess, represented Elizabeth City, Virginia in the Virgin ...

                                               

Half (disambiguation)

Half may refer to: Halving, the operation of division by two Halves band, an Irish post-rock band "Half" a song by Soundgarden on the album Superunknown Other half, an affectionate term for a member of an intimate relationship "A half", a half pi ...

                                               

Kathryn Gallagher

Kathryn Gallagher is an American singer and actress best known for her portrayal of Bella Fox in the Broadway musical Jagged Little Pill.

                                               

Indonesian Special Forces

Special Forces units in Indonesia are composed from the Indonesian Armed Forces and Indonesian National Police which consist of the following units: Joint units Koopsus, counter-terrorism military unit of Indonesia. Tontaipur Peleton Intai Tempur ...

                                               

Wili

Herbert Willi born 1956, Austrian composer Heinrich Willi, who described Prader–Willi syndrome Wili Jonsson born 1942, member of the Danish rock band Jensen

                                               

Weights and measures (disambiguation)

Weights and measures are units of measurement subject to governmental regulation, to ensure fairness and transparency. Weights and Measures may also refer to: International Committee for Weights and Measures, the 18-member core group that meets e ...

                                               

Rank and file

Rank and file may refer to: Rank and File band, an American cowpunk band A term derived from the above used to refer to enlisted rank troops, as opposed to the officers Positions on a chess board in chess terminology A military term relating to t ...

                                               

Shriyans Bhandari

Shriyans completed his schooling from St. Pauls Senior Secondary School, Udaipur and High School from Mayo College Ajmer. He has done Bachelor of management studies in Finance from Jai Hind College Mumbai and MSM Entrepreneurial Leadership from B ...

                                               

Kono Mama Kimi Dake wo Ubaisaritai

Kono Mama Kimi Dake wo Ubaisaritai is the debut single by Japanese rock band Deen. The single was released on 10 March 1993 under B-Gram Records label. It served as a commercial song to NTT DoCoMo commercials. The single debuted at number 2 and r ...

                                               

Crossbar

Crossbar, a horizontal member of an electricity pylon Crossbar, the horizontal member of various sports goals Latch hardware, a post barring a door Top tube of a bicycle frame

                                               

Suicidal tendencies

Suicidal tendencies is the propensity for a person to have suicidal ideation or to make suicide attempts. It may also refer to: Suicide, the act of a human being intentionally causing their own death Suicide crisis, a situation in which a person ...

                                               

Eventually (Tame Impala song)

Eventually is a song by Australian psychedelic music project Tame Impala. It is the fifth track on the 2015 album Currents, and was originally released as a promotional single on 8 May 2015, alongside the announcement of the album. A radio edit w ...

                                               

Kevin Parker

Kevin Parker may refer to: Kevin Parker Australian footballer, born 1945, Australian footballer for Fitzroy Kevin Parker musician born 1986, singer and guitarist of the Australian psychedelic rock band Tame Impala Kevin Kit Parker, United States ...

                                               

Sexual Chocolate

Sexual Chocolate may refer to: "Sexual Chocolate", a song on WWF The Music, Vol. 4 Sexual Chocolate, a fictional band in Coming to America Mark Henry, wrestler and weightlifter Sexual Chocolate, Alanis Morissettes tour band, two members of which ...

                                               

S. P. Lepcha

S. P. Lepcha was an Indian academic and politician from West Bengal belonging to Communist Party of India. He was a member of the Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha.

                                               

United Graffiti Artists

United Graffiti Artists was an early American graffiti artists collective, founded in 1972 by Hugo Martinez in New York City. Martinez, then a student activist at City College of New York, organized a group of teenagers who had been tagging the s ...

                                               

Dismissal

Termination of employment, the end of an employees duration with an employer Dismissal employment, termination of employment against the will of the worker In litigation, a dismissal is the result of a successful motion to dismiss. See motion New ...

                                               

TOO (band)

TOO is a 10-member South Korean boy group formed by Mnets 2019 reality show To Be World Klass. The groups final line-up was released on December 6, 2019, with changes made on December 7. The group debuted on April 1, 2020.

                                               

OMT

OMT may refer to: In economics: Outright Monetary Transactions, which denotes the European Central Banks purchases of bonds issued by Eurozone member-states In science: O-methyltransferase, type of methyltransferase enzyme transferring a methyl g ...

                                               

Yook OClock

Yook OClock is the debut extended play by South Korean singer Yook Sung-jae. It was released by Cube Entertainment on March 2, 2020. The EP contains six tracks from 3x2=6 with the lead single "Come with the Wind".

                                               

Washington State Three Percenters

The Washington State Three Percenters is a right-wing militia organization in the U.S. state of Washington. The group itself rejects this label, and states that they are primarily engaged in charitable work. The group is also involved in organizi ...

                                               

John Lawton

John Lawton may refer to: John Lawton author born 1949, television producer and director, and author John Lawton musician born 1946, rock and blues vocalist John Lawton 1656–1736, thrice Member of Parliament for Newcastle-under-Lyme John Lawton p ...

                                               

Binoy Dutta

Binoy Dutta was an Indian politician from West Bengal belonging to Communist Party of India. He was elected thrice as a member of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly.

                                               

Mohammad Mahamuddin

Mohammad Mahamudin was an Indian politician from West Bengal belonging to Communist Party of India. He was elected thrice as a member of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly.

                                               

Bommireddy Sundara Rami Reddy

Bommireddy Sundara Rami Reddy was an Indian physician and politician from Andhra Pradesh belonging to INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS Party. He was elected thrice as a legislator of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly.

                                               

Koh-Lanta: LIle des heros

Koh-Lanta: LIle des heros is the twenty-fourth season and the sixth special season of the French version of Survivor, Koh-Lanta. This season, for the first time in Koh-Lanta, fourteen new contestants will be playing alongside five All-Stars who h ...

                                               

Good Intentions

"Good Intentions" EP, a 1996 song by Groove Corporation "Good Intentions", a 2015 song by Disclosure from their 2015 album Caracal "Good Intentions", a 1954 song on the Red Garters album by Rosemary Clooney With Percy Faith and His Orchestra "Goo ...

                                               

Lexical

Lexical semiotics or content word, words referring to things, as opposed to having only grammatical meaning Lexicon, the vocabulary of a person, language, or branch of knowledge Lexical verb, a member of an open class of verbs that includes all v ...

                                               

Greatest Hits and Rare Classics

Greatest Hits and Rare Classics is a compilation album by Rare Earth released February 26, 1991, by Motown Records. Three of these songs were top ten hits with a total of eight charting on the Billboard Hot 100 when originally released.