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Mudan

Mudan may refer to: Paeonia rockii, or Rocks peony, woody species of peony, known as 紫斑牡丹 in Chinese. Paeonia suffruticosa, or tree peony, known as 牡丹 in Chinese.

                                               

Longjing

Longjing may refer to: Tea Longjing tea 龙井茶, a variety of green tea from Hangzhou, Zhejiang Longjing, Hangzhou 龙井村, production site of Longjing tea, located in Hangzhou City and town Longjing, Jilin 龙井市, county-level city of Yanbian Pref ...

                                               

Nangang

Nangang District, Harbin 南岗区 Nangang Railway Station 南岗站, station of the Guangzhou–Shenzhen Railway in Nangang, Huangpu District, Guangzhou Towns Nangang, Hefei 南岗镇, in Shushan District, Hefei, Anhui Written as "南港镇": Nangang, Shangga ...

                                               

Moulin Mattei

The Moulin Mattei is a tower mill in Ersa, Haute-Corse on Corsica. It is situated at the northwest end of the Cap Corse peninsula between the village of Boticella and Centuri. It is placed on the Col de la Serra which has a height of 365 meters a ...

                                               

Plateau des Mille Etangs

The Plateau des Mille etangs is a geographical area of more than 220 km2 located in the northeast part of the Haute-Saone department in the french region of Bourgogne-Franche-Comte. At the end of the Last Glacial Period, 12.000 years ago, the ret ...

                                               

Nganjuk railway station

Nganjuk Station is a first-class railway station in Mangundikaran, Nganjuk, Nganjuk Regency, East Java, Indonesia, operated by Kereta Api Indonesia. This railway station is located on Panglima Sudirman Road, at the city centre of Nganjuk. Althoug ...

                                               

Briggs Cunningham

Briggs Swift Cunningham II was an American entrepreneur and sportsman. He is best known for skippering the yacht Columbia to victory in the 1958 Americas Cup race, and for his many appearances at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

                                               

Nordmoll

Nordmoll is a wholesale and retail center located in the northern suburbs of Novosibirsk at the intersection of the Northern Bypass and the Pashinskoye Highway. Its area is 200.000 square meters. The largest shopping complex in Siberia.

                                               

Double-beam drawbridge

A double-beam drawbridge, seesaw or folding bridge is a movable bridge. It opens by rotation about a horizontal axis parallel to the water. Historically, the double-beam drawbridge has emerged from the drawbridge. Unlike a drawbridge, a double-be ...

                                               

Taman, seaport

Taman is a seaport on the Taman Peninsula in area of Cape Zhelezniy Rog, in the village of Volna, near the village of Taman in Temryuksky District of Krasnodar Krai, Russia.

                                               

Beaver Bridge

Beaver Bridge may refer to: Beaver Bridge Ohio River, a rail bridge between Monaca and Beaver, Pennsylvania, U.S. Beaver Bridge Arkansas, a historic road bridge in Beaver, Arkansas, U.S. Beaver Covered Bridge, or North Oriental Covered Bridge, in ...

                                               

Rock Island Railroad Bridge

Rock Island Railroad Bridge may refer to: Harry S. Truman Bridge - a 1945 Missouri River drawbridge between Jackson County and Clay County, Missouri, near Kansas City, built by the Rock Island Railroad and the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pac ...

                                               

Parsons House

by state, then city/town Samuel Parsons House, Wallingford, Connecticut, listed on the NRHP in New Haven County Parsons-Taylor House, Easton, Pennsylvania, listed on the NRHP in Northampton County Gridley-Parsons-Staples Homestead, Farmington, Co ...

                                               

Asykhm palace

Qasr Usaykhim, also known as Akkham, which is the intensity of blackness, is a fortress built by the Nabateans to monitor the route of their commercial caravans from the southern Arabian Peninsula to the Levant. It was inherited and used by the R ...

                                               

Hilal Elver

Hilal Elver is a member of the Academic Council of the UN Least Developed Countries and has been the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food since 2014. She is also a research professor at UC Santa Barbara and Global Distinguished ...

                                               

Bulldog revolver

Bulldog revolver may refer to: Charter Arms Bulldog, a 20th-century swing-out cylinder double-action snubnosed revolver. A snubnosed revolver colloquially known as a "snubbie", "belly gun" or "bulldog revolver" is any small, medium or large frame ...

                                               

Maria Barrados

Maria Barrados is a Canadian government official. She is the former president of the Public Service Commission of Canada and chair of Accreditation Canada International. She is currently an Executive-in-Residence at the Sprott School of Business ...

                                               

St Louis gate

Saint Louis Gate or St Louis Gate or Turbine Gate is a 2020 corruption case involving political appointees of the Government of Mauritius, employees of the Central Electricity Board and Danish firm Burmeister & Wain Scandinavian Contractor.

                                               

Deg outfall hydropower project Sheikhupura

Deg outfall hydro power project is located on the Upper Chenab Canal near Rachna industrial area Sheikhupura, Pujnab in Pakistan. The plant capacity is 4.04 Megawatts. Its construction is funded by the Asian Development Bank. Construction of an a ...

                                               

Qasr Al-Qatraneh

Qasr Al-Qatraneh is an Ottoman structure which largely served to provide water and protection on the Syrian pilgrimage route between the Levant and the Gulf. It is located in modern-day Jordan, just off of the countrys Desert Highway, approximate ...

                                               

Aracillum

Aracillum was a fortified Cantabrian city, scene of the third of the great battles of the Cantabrian wars between the Roman Empire and Cantabrian indigenous tribes. It would be located in the territory of present-day Cantabria, with two possible ...

                                               

Altiostar

Altiostar is a company that provides open virtual radio access network technology. The company is headquartered just outside of Boston, Massachusetts, with offices in Japan, Italy, the U.K., Mexico and India. Founded in 2011 by President and CEO, ...

                                               

J15

J15 or J 15 may refer to: Johnson solid J15, the elongated square bipyramid GER Class Y14, an 1883 English class of 0-6-0 steam locomotives, classified by the LNER as J15 Philophrosyne moon, previously known as S/2003 J 15, a natural satellite of ...

                                               

G23

G23 may refer to: Junkers G-23, a 1930 German three-engine, low-wing monoplane nine-passenger aircraft PRR G23, an American PRR 4-6-0 steam locomotive HMS Dagger G23, a British Royal Navy Weapon class destroyer vessel scrapped prior to completion ...

                                               

S38

S38, S.38, or S-38 may refer to: Sikorsky S-38, a 1928 American twin-engined 8-seat amphibious aircraft BMW S38, an updated version of the BMW M88/3 engine S38: In case of insufficient ventilation wear suitable respiratory equipment, a safety phr ...

                                               

L67

L67 may refer to: L67 Supercharged, a Buick V6 engine: see Buick V6 engine#L67 Supercharged Rialto Municipal Airport FAA LID HMIS Indus L67 pennant number L67, later U67, a 1934 Royal Indian Navy Grimsby class sloop HMS Bedouin F67 pennant number ...

                                               

Ram air

Ram air refers to the principle of using the airflow created by a moving object to increase ambient pressure. Often, the purpose of a ram air system is to increase an engines power. The term "ram air" may also refer to: Short ram air intake -- a ...

                                               

Remington V3

The Remington V3 is a gas-operated semi-automatic shotgun introduced by Remington Arms in 2015. It is chambered to use 12 gauge shells of 2 3 ⁄ 4 inches or 3 inches in length. It was recognized as an editors choice by Sports Afield in 2015.

                                               

Cupra Tavascan

The Cupra Tavascan is an electric concept SUV produced by the Spanish manufacturer SEAT under the Cupra brand. It was unveiled on 4 September 2019 at 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show.

                                               

Nickel(II) cyanide

Reacting potassium cyanide and salts containing nickelII ions in aqueous solution can precipitate nickelII cyanide tetrahydrate. On heating the tetrahydrate to 140°C, it can produce dry anhydrous nickelII cyanide.

                                               

Nickel(II) thiocyanate

Nickel thiocyanate is a coordination polymer with formula Ni 2. It is a green-brown solid and its crystal structure was determined first in 1982.

                                               

Diphosphorus tetrachloride

Diphosphorus tetrachloride is an inorganic compound with a chemical formula P 2 Cl 4. It is a colorless liquid that decomposes near room temperature and ignites in air.

                                               

SS Aghia Thalassini

Aghia Thallassini was a Hansa A Type cargo ship which was built as Brunhilde in 1943 by C. Van der Giessen & Zonens Scheepswerfen NV, Krimpen aan den IJssel, Netherlands for Hamburg-Sudamerikanische Dampfschifffahrts-Gesellschaft, Hamburg, German ...

                                               

Diphosphorus tetrafluoride

Diphosphorus tetrafluoride is a gaseous compound of phosphorus and fluorine with formula P 2 F 4. Two fluorine atoms are connected to each phosphorus atom, and there is a bond between the two phosphorus atoms. Phosphorus can be considered to have ...

                                               

Oxynitride

The oxynitrides are a group of inorganic compounds containing oxygen and nitrogen not bound to each other, instead combined with other non-metallic or metallic elements. Some of these are oxosalts with oxygen replaced by nitrogen. Some of these c ...

                                               

Triazinane

Triazinanes are a class of nitrogen-containing heterocycles. The parent molecules molecular formula is C 3 H 9 N 3. They exist in three isomeric forms, 1.3.5-triazinanes being common.

                                               

Diazinane

Diazinane s, Hexahydrodiazine s are a class of nitrogen-containing heterocycles consisting of a saturated six-carbon/two-nitrogen ring. They exist in three isomeric forms depending on the relative position of the two nitrogen atoms, with 1.4-diaz ...

                                               

Nekonoshoben

Nekonoshoben is a highly involved traditional Japanese patination procedure used to passivate the surface of reactive knives. It originates from the old practice of stabilizing finished blades after forging and grinding to protect against the hum ...

                                               

5-Aza-7-deazapurine

5-Aza-7-deazapurine or imidazotriazine is a heterocyclic aromatic organic compound that consists of a s-triazine ring fused to an imidazole ring. It is an isostere and isomer of purine. However, in 5-aza-7-deazapurine, N-9 of five-membered ring d ...

                                               

Peroxydiphosphoric acid

Peroxydiphosphoric acid is an oxyacid of phosphorus. Its salts are known as peroxydiphosphates. It is one of two peroxyphosphoric acids, along with peroxymonophosphoric acid.

                                               

Naphtholactam

Naphtholactam is an organic compound derived from naphthalene. It is a tricyclic species consisting of a naphthalene core fused with a lactam at the 1.8-positions. The N-alkyl derivatives are commercially important.

                                               

Jim Bouley

James Paul Bouley is an American politician. He serves as the mayor of Concord, New Hampshire. Bouleys father, Dick, is a lobbyist who worked for Governor Hugh Gallen in the late 1970s. Bouley graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 198 ...

                                               

David J. Procter

David John Procter is a British chemist and a Professor in the Department of Chemistry at The University of Manchester. His research is based on organic chemistry and catalysis, specifically on radical cascades, sulfonium cross-coupling and coppe ...

                                               

Antiprion drug

Antiprion drugs are drugs that work against prions. The discovery of antiprion drugs is a priority because prion diseases are untreatable and fatal. Therefore, it is a therapeutic priority to find effective anti-prion drugs.

                                               

Sub-Tenon injection

Sub-Tenon injection is an ocular route of drug administration. It involves administrarion of a medication to the area between the sclera and the Tenon capsule. Posterior sub-Tenons steroid injections PSTSI is used in the treatment of posterior oc ...

                                               

Knorr

Knorr may refer to: Knorr-Bremse, manufacturer of braking systems for rail and commercial vehicles Koenigs–Knorr reaction, the substitution reaction of a glycosyl halide with an alcohol to give a glycoside Knorr brand, a brand of foods and bevera ...

                                               

Monomethyl fumarate

Monomethyl fumarate, sold under the brand name Bafiertam is a medication for the treatment of relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis, to include clinically isolated syndrome, relapsing-remitting disease, and active secondary progressive disease, i ...

                                               

Diphoterine

Diphoterine contains an amphoteric molecule, that is, a substance which is capable of reacting with both acids and alkalis. When applied to either type of chemical spill, the appropriate part of the molecule neutralises the spilt chemical, haltin ...

                                               

DNI-Glutamate

DNI-Glutamate -α-Amino-2.3-dihydro-4-methoxy-5.7-dinitro-δ-oxo-1 H -indole-1-pentanoic acid) is a caged form of the glutamate neurotransmitter, which is photocleavable by one- as well as two-photon irradiation. Upon photocleaveage, the bioactive ...

                                               

Ginsenoside Rb1

Ginsenoside Rb1 is a class steroid found in the extraction of ginseng roots in traditional Asian pharmacology. It belongs to the class of natural product steroid glycosides and triterpene saponins. Ginsenoside Rb1 and Ginsenoside Rg1 are two of t ...