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TransCanada

TransCanada or variation, may refer to: TransCanada pipeline, an petro-energy pipeline maintained by TransCanada Pipelines TransCanada Tower, Calgary, an office tower located in Calgary, Alberta Trans Canada Trail, a hiking trail system Trans-Can ...

                                               

Alemannia (disambiguation)

Alemannia may refer to: the historical duchy of Alamannia Grube Alemannia, name of an iron mine in Bergisches Land BFC Alemannia 90 Alemannia, name of two separate Volkskunde journals, one German 1873–1917 and one Austrian 1926–1937 Alemannia Aac ...

                                               

Iridium trihydride

Iridium trihydride is a chemical compound of iridium and hydrogen that can be formed under high pressure. The crystalline form has a distorted simple cubic structure. The hydrogen atoms are on the centre of the faces of the crystal cell cube, and ...

                                               

Sandra E. Clark

Clark is a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, class of Minister-Counselor. During her diplomatic and State Department career, she has held many positions including Director of the Office of West African Affairs in the Bureau of African ...

                                               

Crocus (disambiguation)

Pulsatilla nuttalliana, or prairie crocus, a North American plant in the family Ranunculaceae Colchicum autumnale or autumn crocus, a medicinal plant in the family Colchicaceae

                                               

HS2 (disambiguation)

HS-2, a US Navy helicopter squadron known as the Golden Falcons, re-designated in 2009 as HSC-12 HS-2, a variant of the Curtiss HS US Navy flying boat of World War I

                                               

Rudolph Laver

Rudolph Laver was one of seven sons of farmer Jonas Laver 1819-1880 from Somerset and of Mary Ann nee Fry †1885. Rudolph Laver emigrated to Germany in 1899, studied electrical engineering in Karlsruhe and Charlottenburg, and was naturalized in Ge ...

                                               

Jack Little

Jack Little may refer to: Jack Little baseball 1891–1961, American baseball player Jack Little American football born 1931, American football player and coach John N. Little, known as Jack, American electrical engineer Jack Little footballer 1885 ...

                                               

William McMurray (engineer)

William McMurray was a pioneer in the field of power electronics. Holding both British and American citizenship, he was an electrical engineer, author and inventor who held 23 patents, and was most notable for his invention of the McMurray invert ...

                                               

William Garnett

William Garnett may refer to: William Garnett cricketer 1816–1903, English cricketer and clergyman William Garnett photographer 1916–2006, American landscape photographer Bill Garnett born 1960, American basketball player William Garnett politici ...

                                               

Eric Taylor

Eric Taylor may refer to: Eric Taylor Friday Night Lights, a character on Friday Night Lights Eric Openshaw Taylor died 1987, British electrical engineer and scientific author Eric Taylor, a.k.a. "Cosmo the God", a member of the hacker group UGNa ...

                                               

James Blyth

James, Jim or Jimmy Blyth may refer to: James Blyth engineer 1839–1906, Scottish electrical engineer Jim Blyth footballer, born 1955, Scottish football goalkeeper James Blyth, 1st Baron Blyth 1841–1925, English businessman and Liberal Party suppo ...

                                               

Uncharacterized protein C15orf32

Uncharacterized Protein C15orf32 is a protein which in humans is encoded by the C15orf32 gene and is located on chromosome 15, location 15q26.1. Variants of C15orf32 have been linked to bipolar disorder, alcohol abuse, and acute myeloid leukemia.

                                               

M29

M29 or M-29 may refer to: S&W Model 29 S&W M29, a six shot.44 Magnum revolver Highway M29 Ukraine, a highway in Ukraine Messier 29 M29, an open star cluster in the constellation Cygnus M-29 Michigan highway, a state highway in Michigan M2 ...

                                               

Dolphin class

Dolphin class may refer to several classes of submarine named after the dolphin: Dolphin -class submarine, a class of six submarines based on the German Type 209 submarine design and in operation or being built for the Israeli Sea Corps since 199 ...

                                               

Dmitry Donskoy (disambiguation)

Russian submarine Dmitriy Donskoi TK-208, a Typhoon-class submarine MV Dmitry Donskoy, a German cargo ship built in 1943 as Eberhart Essberger Russian cruiser Dmitrii Donskoi, an armoured cruiser launched in 1883 and scuttled after the Battle of ...

                                               

Perimeter (disambiguation)

The perimeter is the distance around a given two-dimensional object. Perimeter may also refer to: Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, an independent research centre in foundational theoretical physics Perimeter Aviation, an airline Perim ...

                                               

Oakey Creek

In Australia Jeir Creek formerly Oakey Creek, in New South Wales Oakey Creek Australian Capital Territory, in the Australian Capital Territory Cadiangullong Creek formerly Oaky Creek, in New South Wales

                                               

Jeffrey Elam

Jeffrey Elam is a senior chemist and group leader at the U.S. Department of Energys Argonne National Laboratory. He leads Argonnes atomic layer deposition research program, where he directs research and development and commercialization of thin f ...

                                               

Housatonic

In the United States: Housatonic Valley, the valley and watershed of the Housatonic River Housatonic, Massachusetts, a census-designated place in the town of Great Barrington Housatonic River, a river in western Massachusetts and western Connecti ...

                                               

Taymyr

Taymyr River Taymyr Autonomous Okrug, a former federal subject of Russia Taymyr Island, an island in the Kara Sea Taymyr Peninsula, a peninsula in Siberia Lake Taymyr Taymyr Gulf

                                               

Rossiya

Rossiya or Rossija may refer to: Rossiya Bank Russia Bank, a Russian joint stock bank based in St. Petersburg Rossiya Airlines, owned by the Russian government and based in Saint Petersburg Rossiya Hotel Russia Hotel in Moscow, demolished 2006-20 ...

                                               

Bearhawk 5

The Bearhawk 5 is a five-to-six seat American amateur-built aircraft, designed by Bob Barrows and under development by Bearhawk Aircraft. The aircraft is supplied as a kit for amateur construction.

                                               

James Baines (merchant)

James Baines was a British merchant, shipowner and shipbroker by trade. He became famous as the founder of James Baines & Co. that ran a fleet of 86 ships on the Liverpool Black Ball line between England and Australia in 1851–1871.

                                               

Main Street Bridge

Main Street Bridge may refer to: Rainbow Arch Bridge Valley City, North Dakota, also known as Main Street Bridge Main Street Bridge Stamford, Connecticut Main Street Bridge New Blaine, Arkansas Scuppernong River Bridge, Columbia, North Carolina, ...

                                               

Indian locomotive class WAG-1

The Indian locomotive class WAG-1 is a class of 25 kV AC electric locomotives that was imported from Europe in 1960s for Indian Railways. The model name stands for broad gauge, AC Current, Goods traffic engine, 1st. A total of 112 WAG-1 locomotiv ...

                                               

P32

P32, P-32, or P.32 may refer to: Papyrus 32, a manuscript of the Epistle to Titus Piaggio P.32, a 1937 Italian medium bomber GE P32-8BWH, a type of diesel electric locomotive used by Amtrak Kel-Tec P-32, a 1999 compact semi-automatic pistol HMS P ...

                                               

Cursor

Cursor may refer to: Cursor slide rule, aids in accurate measurement Cursor, a value that is the position of an object in some known data structure, a predecessor of pointers Cursor Models, made for the Mercedes Benz Museum, and as promotional mo ...

                                               

This Old House (disambiguation)

This Old House is an American television program that follows remodeling projects of houses over a number of weeks. This Old House may also refer to: Media This Old House magazine, magazine adaptation of the This Old House series Ask This Old Hou ...

                                               

Temple Owls football, 1910–19

The Temple Owls football program from 1910 to 1919 was led by three head coaches. William J. Schatz was the head coach from 1909 to 1913 and compiled a 13–14–3 record. William Nicolai was the head coach from 1914 to 1916, compiling a 9–5–3 record ...

                                               

Adolfo Mesquita Nunes

Adolfo Miguel Baptista Mesquita Nunes is a Portuguese jurist and politician with CDS – Peoples Party. He served as Member of the Assembly of the Republic from 2011 to 2013, and as Secretary of State for Tourism in Pedro Passos Coelhos first and s ...

                                               

Folio (disambiguation)

Folio printing, a book size, the page number of books, or sheets with multiple printed pages Foolscap folio, a paper size Folio typeface A leaf of a book: see Recto and verso A particular edition of a book printed on folio pages, such as the Firs ...

                                               

Great Sabbath

Known as Shabbat Hagadol The "Great" or "Big" Sabbath, it is the Sabbath immediately preceding Passover. It is customary for the rabbi to deliver an address to the congregation on this day. The first half of the haggadah Passover liturgy is recit ...

                                               

Moth Games

The film tells about a young rock musician who is invited to the capital to take part in the final of a television music competition. In the wake of euphoria on the eve of departure, he, along with friends, steals someone elses car. Suddenly a tr ...

                                               

George Ellis (composer)

George Ellis is an Australian Conductor, Composer and Orchestrator. He presents concerts for international events with a broad range of styles from classical to pop/rock and jazz as well as presenting orchestral concerts for young audiences. He a ...

                                               

1895 Crescent Athletic Club football team

The 1895 Crescent Athletic Club football team was an American football team that represented the Crescent Athletic Club in the American Football Union during the 1895 college football season. The team played its home games at Eastern Park in Broo ...

                                               

Tigranakert

Tigranakert or Dikranagerd may refer to Armenian cities founded by Tigranes the Great in 1st century B.C.: Tigranakert Utik, an ancient site in Gadabay District a.k.a. Northern Artsakh, present-day Azerbaijan Tigranakert Nakhijevan or Tigranavan, ...

                                               

Satisfaction 1720

Satisfaction 1720 is a Danish feature film directed by Henrik Ruben Genz. The drama takes place in 1720 and follows the acclaimed Danish-Norwegian Vice-Admiral Peter Tordenskjold at the end of his life, after the Great Nordic War, when he embarks ...

                                               

St Marys Church, Rolleston on Dove

St Marys Church is a parish church of the Church of England in Rolleston on Dove, Staffordshire. Parts of the structure date to 1130, though it was extensively renovated in 1892. It is unusual in having the main entrance door on the north side, w ...

                                               

Hernan Peraza the Elder

Hernan Peraza Martel also known as Hernan/Fernan Peraza the Elder, was a Castilian nobleman and Conquistador, and the territorial lord of the Canary Islands in the fifteenth century. He was the founder of the towns of San Sebastian de La Gomera a ...

                                               

Moulton

In England Moulton, Lincolnshire Moulton, Cheshire Moulton Windmill Moulton Park, industrial estate Moulton College, agricultural college Moulton, Northamptonshire Moulton St Mary, Norfolk Moulton Paddocks, racehorse training establishment Moulto ...

                                               

The Muazzin

The Muazzin was a monthly journal published in the early 20th century from Kolkata. It was the official mouthpiece of the Khademul Insan Samity. It started out as a quarterly journal but soon changed to monthly.

                                               

Jaipur - Udaipur City Antyodaya Express

Jaipur - Udaipur City Antyodaya Express is a Antyodaya class of superfast express train belonging to Jaipur division, North Western Railway that it planned to be run between Jaipur Junction and Udaipur City. It is planned to be operated with 2097 ...

                                               

Katherine Rotan Drinker

Drinker attended Bryn Mawr College, graduating in 1910. She then attended the Womans Medical College of Pennsylvania, graduating in 1914 with her medical degree.

                                               

Hatfields Beach

Hatfields Beach, officially Ōtānerua / Hatfields Beach, is a northern coastal suburb of Auckland, in New Zealand. It is on the Hibiscus Coast Highway about 40 kilometres north of the city centre. The Hatfield family was established in what was th ...

                                               

Jervis Joslin

Jervis Joslin was born on September 29, 1835, to Joseph Joslin and Caroline C. Ruggles in Poultney, Vermont. After graduating from school he started working in jewelry businesses in Poultney. In 1866, he moved to Denver in the Colorado Territory ...

                                               

Atlanta streetcar strike of 1916

The Atlanta streetcar strike of 1916 was a labor strike involving streetcar operators for the Georgia Railway and Power Company in Atlanta, Georgia. Precipitated by previous strike action by linemen of Georgia Railway earlier that year, the strik ...

                                               

The DeSoto

The DeSoto is a historic hotel at 15 East Liberty Street on Madison Square in Savannah, Georgia, constructed in 1968. It is within the area of the Savannah Historic District, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Novembe ...

                                               

Jenkin Jones (pastor)

Jenkin Jones was born about 1700, was son of John Jenkins of Bryngranod, Llanwenog, Cardiganshire, and according to a custom common until lately in the principality, adopted his fathers Christian name as his own surname. The father, who is said t ...

                                               

Joseph de Flotte

Joseph de Flotte dArgenson was a French Navy officer. He served in the War of American Independence, earning a membership in the Society of Cincinnati and the Order of Saint Louis.