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Lector (software)

It deals with both popular e-book formats and comic books: EPUB, Mobipocket, AZW3/4, comic book archive CBR/CBZ, Portable Document Format PDF, DjVu, FictionBook FB2 It does not support files with digital rights management. Reviews frequently accl ...

                                               

2E

2E or II-E may refer to: Oflag II-E, a prisoner of war camp in Germany Transcription Factor II E YoRHa No. 2 Type E, the actual designation of YoRHa No. 2 Type B in Nier: Automata Apple IIe, a 1983 model in the Apple II series of personal compute ...

                                               

Apple flour

Apple flour is flour made from the milling of apple pomace, a mix of about 54% pulp, 34% peels, 7% seeds, 4% seed cores, and 2% stems remaining after apples have been squeezed and crushed for their juice. It is also called "apple pomace flour." I ...

                                               

Cinnamomea

Cinnamomea, cinnamomeus, or cinnamomeum is a New Latin adjective meaning cinnamon-colored that occurs in the species names of many organisms. It may refer to:

                                               

Tux (disambiguation)

Tux Alps, a mountain range Tux, Austria, a municipality in Tyrol, Austria Tumbler Ridge Airport IATA code TUX in British Columbia, Canada Tatvan or Tux, a city in Turkey

                                               

C. californica

C. californica may refer to: Colubrina californica, the Las Animas nakedwood, a shrub species native to the Sonoran Desert of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico Catocala californica, a moth species found from British Columbia and ...

                                               

St. Josephs Plantation (Flagler County, Florida)

The St. Josephs Plantation was established in 1816 during the Second Spanish Rule of Florida after Joseph Marion Hernandez purchased an 807.5 acre Spanish land grant. The St. Josephs Plantation was located near the present-day intersection of Pal ...

                                               

Fort Fulton

Fort Fulton was established on February 21, 1840 between Old Kings Road and Pellicer Creek in present-day Flagler County, Florida. A January 17, 1840 article in the Florida Herald of St. Augustine stated, "Can anyone inform us why the Mounted Vol ...

                                               

Pennsylvania Station (disambiguation)

Pennsylvania Station is a name applied by the Pennsylvania Railroad to several of its grand passenger terminals. Pennsylvania Station may also refer to

                                               

Midpoint (disambiguation)

A midpoint is the middle point of a line segment in geometry. Midpoint may also refer to: Midpoint screenwriting Midpoint Cafe, a restaurant, souvenir and antique shop on US Route 66 in Adrian, Texas Midpoint company Midpoint astrology Midpoint m ...

                                               

Tome fraiche

The Tome fraiche or Tomme fraiche is a hard pressed curd, slightly fermented and unsalted based on cows milk, traditionally produced in the region of Aubrac and Cantal in Haute-Auvergne.

                                               

Noemi Gabrielli

Gabrielli was born in Pinerolo and studied in Naples. She then studied in University of Turin, studying under Lionello Venturi. She graduated in 1926 with a thesis about Paolo Veronese. In 1928 she completed a specialization in Art History at the ...

                                               

Yokohama (disambiguation)

Yokohama is the capital city of Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. Yokohama may also refer to: Linux Kernel 2.6.35 or Yokohama, a computer operating system software version; see List of Linux kernel names Yokohama born 1991, a horse jockeyed by Madelein ...

                                               

Henry Joseph Curran

Henry Joseph Curran was an Australian journalist and leading figure in the Catholic communities in Goulburn and Boorowa in the 1860s and 1870s. Curran worked for newspapers in Goulburn, established and edited the Burrowa Advocate and also worked ...

                                               

Knob Hill

Knob Hill, Indiana, an unincorporated community Knob Hill, Colorado, a neighborhood of Colorado Springs, Colorado Knob Hill Scarborough, a neighborhood in Scarborough, Toronto, historically known as Knob Hill Knob Hill, Alberta, a locality in Wet ...

                                               

Sunnybrae

Sunnybrae may refer to: Sunnybrae Farm Complex, a heritage site on the former Islington Sewage Farm in Regency Park, South Australia Sunnybrae, a town in Peterborough District, South Australia Australia Sunnybrae Public School, a school in Simcoe ...

                                               

Cedar Hill

Cedar Hill, Marlborough/Northborough, Massachusetts, a hill Cedar Hill Barstow, Maryland, a house listed on the NRHP Cedar Hill Westover, Maryland, a house listed on the NRHP Cedar Hill Iron County, Missouri, a summit in Missouri Cedar Hill Warwi ...

                                               

Taylor Farm

Taylor Farm may refer to: in the United States by state Peter Taylor Farmstead, Newtown, Pennsylvania, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Bucks County, Pennsylvania Taylor Farm Richmond, Virginia, listed on the National Registe ...

                                               

Twin Oaks

Twin Oaks, Kern County, California, an unincorporated community Twin Oaks, Missouri, a village in St. Louis County Twin Oaks Community, Virginia, in Louisa County, Virginia Twin Oaks, Oklahoma, an unincorporated community and census-designated pl ...

                                               

Oakland Plantation

Oakland Plantation may refer to: in the United States; by state Oakland Plantation Fort Motte, South Carolina, listed on the NRHP in Calhoun County, South Carolina Oakland Plantation Bossier Parish, Louisiana Oakland Plantation Natchitoches, Loui ...

                                               

Gravel Hill

Gravel Hill or Gravel Hill Plantation may refer to: in Canada Gravel Hill, New Brunswick, Canada in the United Kingdom Gravel Hill tram stop, London light rail stop in the United States Gravel Hill, Delaware, an unincorporated community Gravel Hi ...

                                               

Edda L. Fields-Black

Edda L. Fields-Black is an African-American historian who is currently Associate Professor of History at Carnegie Mellon University. She is known for her research on West African rice agriculture and societies and the African diaspora.

                                               

Agricultural society

An agricultural society may refer to: An agrarian society, one where the chief occupation is agriculture: typically contrasted with an industrial society An agricultural society may also refer to an organization devoted to the improvement of agri ...

                                               

Mount McMinn Station

The property is situated approximately 40 km 25 mi east of Mataranka and about 280 km 170 mi south east of Katherin at the eastern end of the Savannah Way along the Roper River in the Roper Gulf Region of the Northern Territory.

                                               

Kalala Station

The property is situated approximately 10 km 6.2 mi north west of Daly Waters and 150 km 93 mi north of Elliott and 280 km 170 mi south of Katherine in the Roper Gulf Region of the Northern Territory.

                                               

Thymichthys politus

Thymichthys politus, the red handfish, is a species of handfish in the family Thymichthys found in Frederick Henry Bay, Tasmania.

                                               

Whitten

Jamie L. Whitten Building, administration building of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Jamie Whitten Lock and Dam, located on the Tennessee–Tombigbee Waterway in Tishomingo County, Mississippi Whitten Peak, Antarctica Whitten, Iowa, United States

                                               

Emu Creek

Emu Creek Broken River, tributary of Broken River in Queensland, Australia Emu Creek Morehead River, tributary of Morehead River in Queensland, Australia Emu Creek Lynd River, tributary of Lynd River in Queensland, Australia Emu Creek Brisbane Ri ...

                                               

Collinsville

There are a number of cities or towns named Collinsville: Australia Collinsville, Queensland Collinsville, South Australia, a locality. Collinsville Station, a pastoral lease in South Australia associated with Collinsville, South Australia. Unite ...

                                               

Croydon station

Croydon station may refer to: In Australia: Croydon railway station, Queensland, a stop on the Gulflander train Croydon Station, a pastoral lease and sheep station in the Pilbarra area of Western Australia Croydon railway station, Adelaide, Austr ...

                                               

Mount Welcome

A hill overlooking the town of Roebourne, Western Australia, which also gave its name to Mount Welcome Station a pastoral lease and homestead Mount Welcome House, established in 1864. The original name of Mount Sir Mackenzie Bowell, British Colum ...

                                               

Stearman LT-1

The LT-1 was a slightly enlarged version of the Stearman M-2 Speedmail with four passengers in an enclosed cabin and space for 500 lb 230 kg of mail. It was an unequal span, single bay biplane, its lower span only 70% that of the upper and with o ...

                                               

Lindholm

Lindholm Strait, a strait in the Sea of Okhotsk Lindholm, Aalborg, a district of Norresundby, Denmark Lindholm, Stege Bugt, an island in Vordingborg Municipality, Denmark Risum-Lindholm, a district in Nordfriesland, Germany

                                               

William H. Wait

William was born on July 26, 1842 in Hoosick, New York, the only child of cotton manufacturer Nathan Wait and Maria Bowers. The Wait family moved to Hector, where Nathan served for a number of years as justice of the peace and justice of sessions ...

                                               

Everett Brown (politician)

Brown was born on October 19, 1850 in Italy, New York. He was the son of J. Warren and Rosalia Brown. The Brown family moved to Jerusalem, New York when Everett was young. After attending Penn Yan Acadamy, Brown started working in the grape-growi ...

                                               

Roswell Eaton Goodell

Roswell Eaton Goodell was a politician and businessman who served in several political positions. Among the government positions Goodell held was Sheriff of LaSalle County, Illinois, Secrtary of the Illinois Senate, Secretary of the Illinois Cana ...

                                               

Karl Bewerunge

Karl Bewerunge was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Anterdol Dandpat

ANTERDOLE was a village submerged in hirakud,sambalpur.Anterdole popularly known as Anterduli was one of the 360 villages which lost their identity under the Hiirakud Dam reservoir which engulfed an area of 12300 acres of fertile lands in the Doa ...

                                               

HVP

HVP may refer to: Hydrolyzed vegetable protein, a food ingredient Herpesvirus papio, a gammaherpesviruse found in baboons Hindu Vidya Peeth, a secondary school in Sonepat, Haryana, India Horizontal and Vertical Position ANSI, an ANSI X3.64 escape ...

                                               

Hatkarwadi, Maharashtra

Hatkarwadi is a Indian village located in the Shirur taluk of Beed district in the state of Maharashtra in India. The village comes under Marathwada region of Aurangabad division. It is a sprawling sun-baked district which has been affected by la ...

                                               

Kadbanwadi

Kadbanwadi is a village in the Indapur tehsil of Pune district, Maharashtra, India. It is located at a distance of 234 Km from the state capital Mumbai. The village is known for the water conservation initiatives taken by a resident, Pawar Bhajan ...

                                               

Vellar River (Southern Tamil Nadu)

The Vellar River or South Vellar River is a non-perennial river in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu that flows southeast into the Palk Strait, part of the Bay of Bengal.

                                               

Baurisol

The village was founded by two Utkala Brahmin, Ajodhyaram Pain and Bajjuram Pain. The area was ruled by Vallaidias Zamindar. Gangadhar Pain bought 600 bigha Forest Land and 100 bigha Land. Nityananda Pain was the first Morhol of the village. He w ...

                                               

Adele Collins

Adele Collins was a 20th-century Native American painter. She was born in Blanchard, Oklahoma and was a registered member of the Chickasaw Nation with Choctaw and Irish descent. Collins moved fluidly between representational and abstraction in he ...

                                               

Victurnien-Henri-Elzear de Rochechouart de Mortemart

Victurnien-Henri-Elzear de Rochechouart de Mortemart was a French Navy officer. He served in the War of American Independence, and became a member of the Society of the Cincinnati.

                                               

San Giuseppe

San Giuseppe Monza, in the city of Monza, Lombardy San Giuseppe Naples, in the city of Naples, Campania

                                               

Mitsubishi B4M

The Mitsubishi Ka-12 or B4M was a Japanese carrier-based torpedo bomber of 1934. Two prototypes were built by Mitsubishi for the Imperial Japanese Navy. A development of the companys 3MT10 of 1932, the design differed primarily in the use of a ra ...

                                               

Ahtem Chiygoz

Ahtem Chiygoz is a Ukrainian Crimean Tatar politician, Deputy Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People, Peoples Deputy of Ukraine of the current 9th convocation, Chairman of the Bakhchysaray regional Mejlis, delegate to the Qurultay of ...

                                               

Rundle (disambiguation)

Rundle is an English surname, perhaps in some cases originating in the Rundale agriculture system. Rundle may also refer to: Rundle Academy, Calgary, Alberta, Canada Mount Rundle, a mountain in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada Rundle Mall, a ...

                                               

Gotham Greens

Gotham Greens is an American urban agricultural company founded in New York City that grows produce year-round in greenhouses, sold locally under its brand name. The company owns and operates eight greenhouse facilities in the United States.