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Bagatelle (disambiguation)

Bagatelle is a table game and the predecessor of the pinball machine. Bagatelle may also refer to: Bagatelle literary technique, a literary tool "Bagatelle", a science fiction short story by John Varley Bagatelle, Dominica, a village in southeast ...

                                               

River End

The River End is a name given to one end of many sports stadia. It may refer to: River End at the National Cricket Stadium, Grenada River End at the County Cricket Ground, Chelmsford River End at Carrow Road River End at the Bellerive Oval River ...

                                               

Jaragua

Jaragua do Sul, a city in Santa Catarina State, Brazil Jaragua, Hispaniola, a cacicazgo in the island of Hispaniola Jaragua, Goias, a city in Brazil Villa Jaragua, a city in the Baoruco province, Dominican Republic

                                               

Labrador ice sheet

The Labrador ice sheet was a major ice sheet that periodically covered large parts of North America during glacial periods over the last ~2.6 million years. The seam between the two ice sheets passed over the northern tip of the Ugava Peninsula p ...

                                               

Baffin ice sheet

The Baffin ice sheet is the most northerly ice sheet from the Laurentide Ice Sheet. Centered in the Foxe Basin between Baffin Island and the Melville Peninsula, north of Hudson Bay. Blocked from a southward flow by the Keewatin and Labrador Ice s ...

                                               

Vasuki Parbat

Vasuki Parbat or Vasuki Parvat is a mountain range of Garhwal Himalaya in Vasuki Glacier Uttarakhand India, It has a subsidiary peak Vasuki south. Vasuki Parbat standing majestically at 6792 meter and the south peak 6702 meter. Its the 35th highe ...

                                               

Droplets (disambiguation)

Droplet and droplets may refer to: Water droplet - a small column of water liquid Oil droplet - a small column of oil liquid In Technology Droplet-shaped wave - casual localized solutions of the wave equation Acoustic droplet ejection - move of f ...

                                               

Kalli

Kalli, Saare County, village in Saaremaa Parish, Saare County Villages in Estonia Kalli, Parnu County, village in Koonga Parish, Parnu County Kalli Station, a railway station in North Korea Kalli is a part of Coastal Village, Pozhiyoor in Thiruva ...

                                               

Salu

Tina Salu, New Zealand female football player Togbui Salu III, Dutor Chief of Anlo Afiadenyigba in Ghana The father of Zimri, the Israelite who was killed by Phinehas in Numbers 25 for having sexual relations with a Midianite woman

                                               

Kolu

Kolu kõrts, an inn originally located in that village and currently exhibited as a part of the Estonian Open Air Museum. Kolu, Harju County, village in Kose Parish, Harju County, Estonia Kolu, Jarva County, village in Turi Parish, Jarva County, E ...

                                               

St. Lukes Episcopal Church (Atlanta)

St. Lukes Episcopal Church is an Episcopal church in Atlanta, Georgia. The parish was founded in 1864, with the current building on Peachtree Street constructed in 1906.

                                               

German Silicon Valley

IT cluster Rhine-Main-Neckar, largest IT cluster in Europe - Rhine-Main and Rhine-Neckar regions Measurement Valley – Gottingen, Lower Saxony IT Lagoon - Western Pomerania Isar Valley – Munich, Bavaria Silicon Saxony – Dresden, Saxony, Elbe river ...

                                               

Dorf, Germany

Dorf in German translates to "village", and -dorf is a common suffix in place names in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Dorf, Germany may refer to: Dorf Furstenzell, part of the town of Furstenzell, Passau, Bayern Dorf Engelsberg, part of the m ...

                                               

Edina

Edina may refer to: Edina Realty Edina, Minnesota Edina, Liberia Edina Library Edina Public Schools Edina Mill Galleria Edina Edina High School Edina Double Square Historic District Edina, Missouri EDINA, the JISC-funded UK data centre The Komend ...

                                               

University Hall

University Hall may refer to: University Hall Harvard University University Hall Brown University University Hall Bristol Flinders University Hall University Hall University of Virginia University Hall University of Montana University Hall Univer ...

                                               

Agios Nikolaos

Agios Nikolaos, Glyfada, a luxury district in Glyfada, Athens Agios Nikolaos, village in the community Kallithea, Phocis Agios Nikolaos football club Agios Nikolaos, Crete, a port town in Crete Agios Nikolaos, Corfu, a village southeastern Corfu ...

                                               

Alexandra Szalay

Alexandra Szalay is an Australian anthropologist and mammalogist, who specialises in the study of Papua New Guinea. The Gebe cuscus is named after her.

                                               

Flying theater

A flying theater is a themed entertainment technology and adjacent show style. It is a type of simulator ride in which seats are lifted by rigging similar to a fly system in order to create the illusion of flight. An inverted dome is projected on ...

                                               

NPF

NPF may refer to: The Network Processing Forum Nikos Pokemon Forum Neopentylene fluorophosphate, an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor NPF firewall, NetBSDs new stateful packet filter Nineveh Plain Forces, a military organization formed in 2015 by in ...

                                               

Fermented sausage

Fermented sausage is a type of sausage that is created by salting chopped or ground meat to remove moisture, while allowing beneficial bacteria to break down sugars into flavorful molecules. Bacteria, including Lactobacillus species and Leuconost ...

                                               

Natural Park of Marguareis

The Natural Park of Marguareis is a regional natural park of the Ligurian Alps located in the Province of Cuneo.

                                               

Acis (disambiguation)

Acis is a character in Greek mythology Acis or ACIS may refer to: ACIS, a solid modelling geometric modeling kernel that several CAD packages use Applied Climate Information System, a software system developed by NOAAs Regional Climate Centers RC ...

                                               

Cima Ciantiplagna

According to SOIUSA International Standardized Mountain Subdivision of the Alps the mountain can be classified in the following way: supergroup = Catena Bucie-Grand Queyron-Orsiera section = Cottian Alps subsection = Central Cottian Alps in Itali ...

                                               

Tiber (disambiguation)

Tiber may refer to: Tiber, the Italian river that flows through Rome Tiber Apollo, the marble sculpture of Apollo recovered from the Tiber River Tiber station, the light rail station in Sacramento, California Tiber Dam, the dam on the Marias Rive ...

                                               

Tado (disambiguation)

Tado may refer to: Tado, town and municipality in Choco Department, Colombia Tado, a minion of Garlic Jr. from the Dragon Ball Z series Tado, a village in the Manggrai district of Flores, Indonesia Tado, Mie, a town located in Kuwana District, Mi ...

                                               

Rockingham War Memorial

The Rockingham War Memorial is a military memorial in the City of Rockingham, Western Australia, dedicated to what is now the Australian Defence Force.

                                               

K-Town

K-Town may refer to:* K-town, is used for Kuwait city K-Town, is a shortened term for Kenosha, Wisconsin K-Town, a shortened term for Koreatown, an ethnic enclave Koreatown Oakland, California Koreatown, Los Angeles Koreatown, Toronto, Canada Kor ...

                                               

Perse

Perse may refer to: Persa play, a comedy by the Roman playwright Plautus Saint-John Perse, a French diplomat and poet The Perse School, an independent co-educational school in Cambridge, England Pērse, a tributary to Daugava River Broderie perse, ...

                                               

Lebanon Historic District

Lebanon Historic District and variations may refer to: in the United States by state then city Lebanon Green Historic District, Lebanon, Connecticut, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP in New London County New Lebanon Histori ...

                                               

Cathedral Square

Cathedral Square may refer to: Cathedral Square Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States Praça da Se, São Paulo, Brazil Cathedral Square, a light rail station on Sacramento, California, United States Cathedral Square, Moscow, Russia Cathedral Sq ...

                                               

Nyika

Nyika is a Swahili word meaning "bush" or "hinterland". More specifically, it can refer to: Mijikenda peoples, nine ethnic groups in coastal Kenya also: Wanyika Nyika National Park, Zambia Axiocerses nyika, a butterfly in the family Lycaenidae Ny ...

                                               

St Michael and All Angels Church

St Michael and All Angels Church may refer to: Grace Church Cincinnati, Ohio, USA Regal Parish and National Shrine of Saint Michael and the Archangels, Manila, Philippines St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church Anniston, Alabama, USA St. Mic ...

                                               

DMN

Dorsomedial nucleus, a nerve nucleus for the hypothalamus in the brain Default mode network, a network of brain regions Dimethylnitrosamine, a chemical Dorsal motor nucleus, a nerve nucleus for the vagus nerve

                                               

Chikokon Range

The Chikokon Range is a mountain range in the Transbaikal Region of Siberia, Russia. The range is named after the Chikokon River, a small left tributary of the Chikoy River. The Chikokon Range is within the limits of the Trans-Baikal conifer fore ...

                                               

Katun

Donji Katun, a village in Varvarin Municipality, Serbia Katun River, a tributary of the Ob River in Siberia, Russia Katun Aleksinac, a village in Vranje Municipality, Serbia Gornji Katun, a village in Varvarin Municipality, Serbia Katun Mountains ...

                                               

Topla

Topla may refer to: Topla, Črna na Koroskem, a village in the Municipality of Črna na Koroskem, northern Slovenia Topla monastery, near Herceg Novi, Montenegro Topla Landscape Park, a landscape park in northern Slovenia Topla, a village in Manașt ...

                                               

Yuba

Yuba, California, a former settlement Yuba County, California North Yuba AVA, California wine region in Yuba County Yuba City, California Yuba State Park, in Utah Yuba Pass, California Yuba River, a major river in California Yuba, Wisconsin Yuba, ...

                                               

Tatkon

Tatkon may refer to many places in Burma: Tatkon, Padaung, Bago Pegu Myanmar Tatkon, Myothit, Magwe Myanmar Tatkon, Homalin, Sagaing Myanmar Tatkon, Mandalay Region in Tatkon Township, Mandalay, Myanmar Tatkon, Kyaukki, Bago Pegu Myanmar Tatkon, ...

                                               

Lansdowne, Christchurch

Lansdowne, also spelled Lansdown, is a locality south of Christchurch, New Zealand. Lansdowne is located on Old Tai Tapu Road and Early Valley Road. The roads are the boundary between two territorial authorities, with the north and east sides bel ...

                                               

Netherton

Netherton, Farway, a manor house in Devon Netherton, Merseyside Netherton, Teignbridge, a location in Devon Netherton, Shropshire Netherton, Oxfordshire Netherton, Cheshire Netherton, Herefordshire Netherton, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire Netherto ...

                                               

Weijia Jiang

Weijia Jiang is a Chinese-born American television journalist and reporter. Since July 2018, she has served as White House Correspondent for CBS News. Jiangs tense interactions with President Donald Trump at press briefings have received global a ...

                                               

Pak Jong-chon

In 2014, he was appointed Deputy Chief of Staff of the General Staff and Chief of Fire Command at the General Staff. However, he was demoted to Major General in 2015 and the Deputy Chief of Staff was fired. In 2016 he was promoted to Lieutenant G ...

                                               

BDU

The abbreviation BDU may refer to: The IATA airport code for Bardufoss Airport, Norway Befehlshaber der U-Boote BdU, commander-in-chief of Germanys submarine fleets in World War II Broadcast Distribution Undertaking, the Canadian term for Multich ...

                                               

El Ain (disambiguation)

El Ain, or a variant thereof, may refer to: El Ain, Jabal Lubnan, Lebanon South, a town in Baabda District, Mount Lebanon Governorate, Lebanon El Ain, Jabal Lubnan, Lebanon North, a town in Keserwan District, Mount Lebanon Governorate, Lebanon El ...

                                               

Agra (disambiguation)

Agra, California, an abandoned settlement along the coastline of present-day Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton in San Diego County Agra, Kansas, a city in Phillips County, US Agra, Oklahoma, a town in Lincoln County, US

                                               

Kasargod Patnashetti Gopal Rao

Commodore K. P. Gopal Rao, MVC, VSM was an officer in the Indian Navy notable for his participation in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 and was awarded the Maha Vir Chakra for his outstanding contributions during Operation Trident.

                                               

Augustow (disambiguation)

Augustow may refer to: Augustow, Przasnysz County in Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Augustow, Kozienice County in Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Augustow in Podlaskie Voivodeship north-east Poland Augustow roundup, a Soviet mi ...

                                               

Park House

Park House may refer to: in Canada Park House Museum, Amherstburg, Ontario in the United Kingdom Park House, Mells, Somerset Park House, Chester, England Park House Blaby, Leicestershire Park House, Cardiff, Wales in the United States by state Da ...

                                               

PNT

Papulonecrotic tuberculid, a usually asymptomatic chronic skin disorder Partial nodular transformation of the liver Pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor, a neuroendocrine tumor of the pancreas Peripheral neuroectodermal tumor, a neuroectodermal tumor

                                               

OLC

OLC is a three-letter initialism that may refer to: Optical lattice clock, a type of optical atomic clock Online creation, a software feature in MUDs that allows editing the world while interacting with it Online Learning Consortium, a profession ...