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String Quartet No. 4

String Quartet No. 4 may refer to: String Quartet No. 4 Mozart by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart String Quartet No. 4 Hill by Alfred Hill String Quartet No. 4 Schoenberg by Arnold Schoenberg String Quartet No. 4 Rihm by Wolfgang Rihm String Quartet No. ...

                                               

String Quartet No. 3

String Quartet No. 3 may refer to: String Quartet No. 3 Rochberg by George Rochberg String Quartet No. 3 Oswald by Henrique Oswald String Quartet No. 3 Chavez, from the ballet La hija de Colquide by Carlos Chavez String Quartet No. 3 Bois by Rob ...

                                               

T-number

T-number or T number may refer to: Viral capsid T-number, a system to describe the icosahedral surface quasi-symmetry pattern A numerical system for the glyphs within the Pre-Columbian Mayan script, see J. Eric S. Thompson. T-number photography, ...

                                               

Coulson Tough

Tough was born to Scottish immigrants and was raised in Detroit, Michigan. At age 17, he enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps. Afterwards he received a degree in. architecture at the University of Michigan. After graduated, he worked for the Unive ...

                                               

Edinburgh Dental Institute

The Edinburgh Dental Institute is a teaching body based in the Lauriston Building in Lauriston Place, Edinburgh. It is part of the University of Edinburgh.

                                               

Tractatus de locis et statu sancte terre ierosolimitane

The Tractatus de locis et statu sancte terre ierosolimitane is a short anonymous Latin treatise on the geography and ethnography of the Kingdom of Jerusalem written in the late 12th or early 13th century. It was an influential and widely used tra ...

                                               

Yeshiva Gedola of Los Angeles

Yeshiva Gedola of Los Angeles, also known in English as Michael Diller High School, is a Haredi Jewish high school located in Los Angeles, California. It was established in 1978. The current Dean and Rosh Yeshiva is Rabbi Eliezer Gross. The Execu ...

                                               

Reer faqi

Reer Faqi who also go by the name Banu Qahtan are a Benadiri clan mainly from the southern coastal cities of; Mogadishu, Marka, Baraawe and Kismayo and have established communities in the hinterlands in towns such as Afgooye, Baidoa, Diinsoor and ...

                                               

Ouilmette North Historic District

The Ouilmette North Historic District is a residential historic district in northeastern Wilmette, Illinois. The district includes 911 contributing buildings; all are houses except for two churches, Trinity United Methodist Church and the Communi ...

                                               

Ujjain Mahaliamman Temple, Thanjavur

The temple of goddess is one of the famous temples in Thanjavur district. The temple is located in East Gate area of Thanjavur. This temple is very near to Vellai Vinayakar Temple.

                                               

Tara Devi Temple

Tara Devi temple is one of the most visited religious places in Shimla. It is installed at a height of 7200 feet above sea level and situated around 11 km away from Shimla city. The Walking lane towards temple was inaugurated by prof. Prem Kumar ...

                                               

Gulshan Society Mosque

The Gulshan Society Mosque, also called Gulshan Society Jame Masjid, is a Mosque in Banani Model Town, a neighbourhood in Dhaka. It was planned by Kashef Chowdhury and completed in 2017.

                                               

Three Ages (disambiguation)

Three Ages may refer to: The Three Ages of the Interior Life, a book by Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange Three Ages of Buddhism, three time divisions of the religion The Three Ages of Man and Death, a 16th-century painting by Hans Baldung The three sta ...

                                               

Ginyō Ika-shū

Ginyō Ika-shū, an anthology of kyōka poetry, was compiled by Seihakudō Gyōfū 生白 堂行風 and first printed in the second month of Enpō 7 1679 by Iseya Sanuemon 伊勢屋山右衛門 in Osaka.

                                               

Udayagiri

Udayagiri is the name of many places in India, among them: Udaygiri Caves, caves near Vidisha in Madhya Pradesh Udayagiri and Khandagiri Caves, the site of ruins of a complex of buildings near Bhubaneswar Udayagiri Raja Maha Vihara, an ancient Bu ...

                                               

Eliza Harris (Civil War nurse)

Elizabeth "Eliza" Harris served as a United States Sanitary Commission agent, army nurse, and newspaper correspondent during the American Civil War. She was active in the Eastern Theater of the American Civil War until September 1863, when she we ...

                                               

Anuloma

Anuloma is a Sanskrit term that is used in the Manusmriti, that is the Laws of Manu, to describe a hypergamous union between a high born man and a woman of a lower standing relative to the respective man. Manu explains that the evolution of diffe ...

                                               

Mezraa, Doğanyol

Mezraa, Doğanyol is a village of Malatya Province in eastern Turkey, located on the Euphrates river at 38° 21 29" N 39° 6 57" E. The name derives from the Turkish word Mezra meaning Hamlet.

                                               

Dholaikhal

Dholaikhal is named after an early 15th century canal built by Islam Khan I, the Mughal Subahdar of Bengal and who moved the capital of Bengal to Dhaka. The canal was for both defense and navigation. There was a bridge over the canal connecting F ...

                                               

Arabica

Arabica may refer to: Coffea arabica, a coffee tree species Arabica journal, a journal of Arabic and Islamic studies Arebica or Arabica, the Bosnian Arabic alphabet The Belarusian Arabic alphabet and also Revalenta arabica, a preparation which wa ...

                                               

AICP

AICP may refer to: Association of Islamic Charitable Projects, an international organization with moderate Islamic principles Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, a 19th-century charitable organization in New York City Association ...

                                               

The Moor

The Moor, the core street of The Moor Quarter of Sheffield, England The Moor, Hawkhurst, the green within The Moor Quarters village and civil parish, England

                                               

The Moors, Bishops Waltham

The Moors, Bishops Waltham is a 28-hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest in Bishops Waltham in Hampshire. It is a Nature Conservation Review and an area of 14.5 hectares is a Local Nature Reserve, which is owned and managed by Ha ...

                                               

GroSes Moor

GroSes Moor may refer to: Bogs or moorland areas in Germany GroSes Torfmoor, bei Hille, Minden-Lubbecke county, North Rhine-Westphalia GroSes Moor near Hausen Rhon, Rhon-Grabfeld county, Bavaria GroSes Moor near Wistedt, a nature reserve near Tos ...

                                               

John Moores

John Moores may refer to: Liverpool John Moores University, a university in Liverpool, England, named after Sir John Moores Sir John Moores British businessman 1896–1993, British businessman who founded Littlewoods John Moores Jr. 1928–2012, his ...

                                               

Moor Park

Moor Park may refer to: Moor Park, Blackpool, England Moor Park High School, Preston England Moor Park, Preston, England Moor Park, Crosby, England Moor Park house, the origin of the Moorpark apricot Moor Park tube station, a commuter rail statio ...

                                               

Farhat Amin

Farhat Amin is an Indian journalist, cartoonist and social activist Shes Odishas state convenor of Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan, a national rights based organisation which fights for the rights of Muslim women. Farhat is the founder and chief ...

                                               

Anti-Orthodox

The term anti-orthodox may refer to criticism or animosity towards any orthodox notion. Heterodoxy specifically refers to any opinions or doctrines which are at variance with an official or orthodox position, in religious or non-religious usage. ...

                                               

Santanu Chaudhuri

Santanu Chaudhuri was born at Kolkata, India. He attended Santragachi Kedarnath Institution, Howrah and completed B.Sc in Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry from Seth Anandram Jaipuria College with Honors in Engineering Chemistry from Calcutta Unive ...

                                               

Linda Young (Scientist)

Linda Young is a distinguished fellow at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory and a professor at the University of Chicago’s Department of Physics and James Franck Institute. Young is also the former director of Argonne’s X ...

                                               

Bob Baker (director)

Robert "Bob" Kenneth Baker is a retired Canadian theatre director most known for his work as the artistic director of the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton, Alberta, from 1998 to 2016.

                                               

Lindsay M. De Biase

Lindsay M. De Biase is an American neuroscientist and glial biologist as well as an Assistant Professor at the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles. De Biase explores the diversity of microglia that exist w ...

                                               

Juan de Fuca (disambiguation)

Juan de Fuca was a Greek maritime explorer. Juan de Fuca may also refer to: Strait of Juan de Fuca, a strait separating Vancouver Island from the Olympic Peninsula Juan de Fuca provincial electoral district, a provincial electoral district in Bri ...

                                               

Surveyor (disambiguation)

Surveyor General, an official responsible for government surveying in a specific country or territory Marine surveyor or "ship surveyor", someone who inspects and examines ships Quantity surveyor, someone who controls costs on construction projec ...

                                               

Mesoscale discussion

A mesoscale discussion is a short-term technical weather forecast issued by the NOAA National Centers for Environmental Prediction national guidance centers. They typically are issued 1-6 hours prior to a weather event and contain a map illustrat ...

                                               

Seas (disambiguation)

Seas or SEAS may refer to: Synthetic Environment for Analysis and Simulations SEAS is the NYSE ticker symbol for SeaWorld Entertainment School of English and American Studies, an institute at the Eotvos Lorand University The plural of "sea" Seas, ...

                                               

Fortschritt E 516

The Fortschritt E 516 is a self-propelled combine harvester made by VEB Mahdrescherwerk Boschofswerda/Singwitz. It was developed in the late 1960s and first half of the 1970s, and after extensive testing in 1975, it was put into series production ...

                                               

Thornycroft J Type

The Thornycroft J Type was a British truck built by the Thornycroft company, it saw widespread service with the British military and Imperial forces during the First World War.

                                               

Sink or Swim

Sink or Swim The Gaslight Anthem album Sink or Swim Over My Dead Body album "Sink or Swim", a song by Falling In Reverse from The Drug in Me Is You "Sink or Swim", a song by Chicosci from Revenge of the Giant Robot Sink or Swim The Waifs album "S ...

                                               

First aid (disambiguation)

First aid is assistance given to any person suffering a sudden illness or injury. It may also refer to: First aid blanket, a blanket which may be used to reduce heat loss in a patients body Pet first aid, assistance given to pets and other animal ...

                                               

Playmates

Playmates 1921 film, starring Diana Serra Cary Playmates 1941 film, starring Kay Kyser Playmates 1972 film, written by Richard Baer Playmates 1918 film, starring Oliver Hardy Playmates 1915 film, directed by Mauritz Stiller

                                               

Indian locomotive class WCM-1

The Indian locomotive class WCM-1 is a class of 1.5 kV DC electric locomotives that was developed in 1951 by Vulcan Foundry and English Electric for Indian Railways. The model name stands for broad gauge, Direct Current, Mixed traffic engine, 1st ...

                                               

List of Subaru vehicles

Subaru R1 2005–2010 Subaru Tribeca 2005–2014 Subaru Baja 2003–2006 Subaru R2 2003–2010 Subaru Exiga 2008–2018 Subaru Dex 2006–2012 Subaru Stella 2006–present

                                               

Dogs Life (disambiguation)

"Dogs Life", song by Gentle Giant from the Octopus Gentle Giant album "A Dogs Life", song by Nina Nastasia on her Dogs album "Dogs Life", song by eels from the Welcome to Woop soundtrack

                                               

Aston Martin DBS Superleggera

The Aston Martin DBS Superleggera is a grand tourer produced by British luxury car manufacturer Aston Martin since 2018. In June 2018, Aston Martin unveiled the car as the marques V12 flagship grand tourer based on the DB11 V12 but featuring modi ...

                                               

List of Daihatsu vehicles

The Japanese automobile manufacturer Daihatsu, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Toyota Group since 2016, has produced a multitude of vehicles since its inception in 1951.

                                               

Consortium (disambiguation)

A consortium is an association of two or more entities with the objective of participating in a common activity or pooling their resources for achieving a common goal. The term may also refer to: Consortium for Independent Journalism Consortium b ...

                                               

Indian locomotive class WDS-8

The Indian locomotive class WDS-8 is a class of diesel-electric locomotive that was developed in 1979 Chittaranjan Locomotive Works for Indian Railways but went to private sector. The model name stands for broad gauge, Diesel, Shunter engine, 8th ...

                                               

Tigershark PWC

Tigershark is a defunct subsidiary of Arctic Cat that produced personal water crafts from 1993 until 1999. Tigershark PWCs were designed to be light, sporty and inexpensive, but early models have a reputation for poor build quality and the brand ...

                                               

Washington Blvd.–Dunn Loring Line

The Washington Blvd.–Dunn Loring Line, designated as Route 2A, is a daily bus route operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority between Dunn Loring station of the Orange Line of the Washington Metro and Ballston–MU station of t ...