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M. sylvestris

M. sylvestris may refer to: Malva sylvestris, a mallow species Malus sylvestris, a crabapple species native to Europe Miacis sylvestris, a primitive carnivoran

                                               

Fuertesimalva

Fuertesimalva is a genus of flowering plants in the mallow family Malvaceae, native to Mexico, Venezuela, Columbia, Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru and Argentina. Most species in this genus were originally placed in Urocarpidium.

                                               

Urocarpidium

Urocarpidium is a genus of flowering plants in the mallow family Malvaceae, native to the Andes mountains of South America. Many species originally placed in this genus were moved to Fuertesimalva in 1996.

                                               

Carpolobia goetzei

Carpolobia goetzei is a plant species in the milkwort family. It is endemic to forested areas, wooded steppes, and areas with alluvial soil with altitudes below 1.400 metres in Tropical East Africa between South Sudan and Mozambique, as well as n ...

                                               

Putterlickia

Putterlickia, variously called spikethorns, false spike thorns, mock spike thorns and bastard spike thorns, are a genus of flowering plants in the staff vine and bittersweet family Celastraceae, native to South Africa, Eswatini and Mozambique. En ...

                                               

S. alba

S. alba is an abbreviation of a species name. In binomial nomenclature the name of a species is always the name of the genus to which the species belongs, followed by the species name. In S. alba the genus name has been abbreviated to S. and the ...

                                               

Cinquefoil (disambiguation)

Cinquefoil or Potentilla is a genus containing over 300 species of flowering plants in the rose family. Cinquefoil may also refer to: A pattern in heraldry resembling a cinquefoil flower; see Charge heraldry#Plants Sibbaldiopsis, three-toothed ci ...

                                               

Death of Luis Espinoza

Luis Armando Espinoza, a 31 year-old Argentinian citizen, died during a police raid in the northern province of Tucuman, Argentina, in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. After his body was found, an investigation Luis Espinoza case, Caso Luis ...

                                               

Ragaa Al Geddawy

Ragaa Al Geddawy was an Egyptian actress, as well as, a model in her early life. She was one of the most beloved actresses and one of the most prominent in the Middle East with a fruitful six-decade career.

                                               

Sarah Kimani

Sarah Kimani is a Kenyan journalist based in Nairobi who is currently the East African Correspondent of the South African Broadcasting Corporation.In 2005 she won an award as a CNN African journalist of the year in environment category.

                                               

Afwerki Abraha

Afwerki Abraha was an Eritrean diplomat, chemist, and pro-independence rebel fighter during the Eritrean War of Independence. During the 1990s, Abraha became the first Eritrean diplomat to be posted to Ethiopia following Eritreas independence. Ab ...

                                               

Clarence Mini

Doctor Clarence Mazwangwandile Mini was a South African doctor, anti-apartheid activist, freedom fighter, human rights activist. Clarence was regarded as the pioneer of Medical industry in South Africa especially for his crucial contributions in ...

                                               

Dhanurvidya Vilasamu

Dhanurvidya Vilasamu or Dhanurvidyāvilāsamu is a treatise about the ancient science of Dhanurvidya or Dhanurveda. It is originally written by Krishnamacharya in Sanskrit. It is, translated, edited and introduced into Telugu by Veturi Prabhakara S ...

                                               

Luce Turnier

Luce Turnier was a Haitian painter and collage artist. One of Haitis leading artists, Turnier achieved international renown for her fusion of Haitian culture and modernist style.

                                               

Gabriel Said Reynolds

Gabriel Said Reynolds is an academic, currently Professor of Theology. By 2008 he was Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies and Theology at University of Notre Dame. He has overseen comments on such aspects of Islam as Nephilim In August 2015 th ...

                                               

Fenerivia

Fenerivia is a genus of flowering plants in the custard apple and soursop family Annonaceae, with all species endemic to Madagascar. Fenerivia inflorescences have a prominent flange below the perianth, which is unique to the genus.

                                               

South Dakotas Mount Rushmore Fireworks Celebration 2020

South Dakotas Mount Rushmore Fireworks Celebration 2020 was a fireworks celebration at Mount Rushmore held on July 3, 2020, the day before Independence Day. It was notable for featuring the first use of fireworks at the site since 2008 and for be ...

                                               

Faqir Nabi

Faqir Nabi, also credited as Faqeer Nabi, was an Afghan film actor whose professional career in Afghan cinema and Bollywood spanned more than 22 years. Nabi appeared in more than 40 Aghhan films, including a starring role in Akhtar-e-Maskhara. Na ...

                                               

Haidari Wujodi

Ghulam Haidar, known by his pen name as Haidari Wujodi, was an Afghan poet and scholar who primarily wrote mystical and Sufi poetry in Persian language throughout his life. He wrote numerous books, of which fourteen to fifteen were published. He ...

                                               

BlueLeaks

BlueLeaks, sometimes referred to by the Twitter hashtag #BlueLeaks, refers to 269 gigabytes of internal U.S. law enforcement data obtained by the hacker collective Anonymous and released on June 19, 2020 by the activist group Distributed Denial o ...

                                               

2020 in Kosovo

25 March – The Kurti cabinet was overthrown by a no-confidence motion initiated in assembly by the ruling partner. 18 March – The interior minister, Agim Veliu was sacked due to his support for declaring a state of emergency to handle the coronav ...

                                               

2020 extraordinary G20 summit on COVID-19

The extraordinary G20 summit on COVID-19 is a G20 leaders summit was held virtually via a video conference on 26 March 2020. The extraordinary G20 summit was called and chaired by King Salman of Saudi Arabia to support a coordinated global respon ...

                                               

Abdullah al Mohsin Chowdhury

Abdullah al Mohsin Chowdhury was a Bangladeshi civil servant. He was serving as Secretary of Defence from January 12, 2020, until his death from complications of COVID-19 in June 2020 during the ongoing pandemic in Bangladesh.

                                               

2020 Belarusian protests

The 2020 Belarusian protests, nicknamed the Slippers Revolution, or Anti-Cockroach Revolution are a series of ongoing series of street protests and the start of a movement against President Alexander Lukashenko, as part of the Belarusian democrac ...

                                               

List of Belgian football transfers fall 2020

This is a list of Belgian football transfers for the 2020 fall transfer window. Only transfers involving a team from the professional divisions are listed, including the 16 teams in the Belgian First Division A and the 8 teams playing in the Belg ...

                                               

2019–20 Royal Antwerp F.C. season

The 2019–20 season is Royal Antwerp Football Clubs 116th season in existence and the clubs 8th consecutive season in the top flight of Belgian football. In addition to the domestic league, Antwerp participated in this seasons editions of the Belg ...

                                               

La fête (song)

La fête is a song performed by French-Israeli singer Amir Haddad. The song was released as a digital download on 10 June 2020 by Parlophone and Warner Music Group. The song was written by Nazim Khaled, Amir Haddad and Assaf Tzrouya.

                                               

Juan Fischer

Juan Fischer is a Colombian director, actor, producer, writer and acting coach best known for his 2007 film, Buscando a Miguel. After working in various jobs and participating in acting classes, Fischer switched to filmography in the late 1990s.

                                               

Hospital El Salvador

The Hospital El Salvador is a major hospital in San Salvador, El Salvador and the largest hospital in Latin America. It was constructed between March and June 2020 as a conversion of the International Fair and Convention Center and forms part of ...

                                               

Demonstration in support of Ukraine

This has become the longest-lasting political demonstration in Estonia. With flags, colorful placards and slogans, the demonstraters express their support for the unity of Ukraine and demand that Russia end its aggression and incursions into the ...

                                               

Y a-t-il une erreur quILS nont pas commise?

Y a-t-il une erreur qu’ILS n’ont pas commise?: Covid-19: l’union sacree de l’incompetence et de l’arrogance is an argumentative and polemical essay by Christian Perronne published in 2020 by Albin Michel. Its content deals with the controversial ...

                                               

Project Birch

The Treasury said that support would be given to "viable companies which have exhausted all options", whose failure would "disproportionately harm the economy". It aims to step in to support sectors of the economy most affected by the pandemic an ...

                                               

Ghana Armwrestling Federation

The Ghana Armwrestling Federation is the national federation in charge of regulating armwrestling in Ghana. The Ghana Armwrestling Federation was inaugurated in September 2016. The federation was founded by broadcast journalist Charles Osei Asibe ...

                                               

QuarantineChat

QuarantineChat is a multilingual voice-based social networking service launched on March 1, 2020 by multimedia artists Danielle Baskin and Max Hawkins. The service is part of DialUp, an application with the same premise. The service is made for p ...

                                               

SMBGhost (security vulnerability)

SMBGhost is a type of security vulnerability, with wormlike features, that affects Windows 10 computers and was first reported publicly on 10 March 2020. A Proof-of-Concept exploit code was published 1 June 2020 on Github by a security researcher ...

                                               

Jane Chemutai Goin

Jane Chemutai Goin is a Kenyan news journalist of from Nandi County. Currently she is a television reporter at Citizen TV Kenya. Her areas of interest include politics and current affairs.

                                               

Beatrice Waithera Maina

Beatrice Waithera Maina is a Kenyan journalist and human advocate who participates in street demonstrations to fight for human rights She has also participated in protests about corrupt leaders in Kenya. In 2019 she was named a heroine by one of ...

                                               

Uoma Beauty

Uoma Beauty is a beauty company based in the United States and founded by Nigerian-born Sharon Chuter. The company was first created to focus on inclusive beauty with fifty-one shades of foundation in six custom formulas available when it launche ...

                                               

Whisper Tracing Protocol

On April 16, 2020 Nodle released The Whisper Tracing Protocol white paper and the Coalition App on Android. The protocol is intended to be a privacy first Digital contact tracing tool developed for the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. The project has been ...

                                               

Lucky Khambule

Khambule has been living in Direct Provision since his arrival in Ireland in 2013. He was involved in organising a strike of residents of a Direct Provision centre outside Cork, protesting the restrictive rules that were enforced around eating ti ...

                                               

MeidasTouch

MeidasTouch is an American political action committee formed in March 2020. The purpose of the committee is to stop the reelection of Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election.

                                               

Pseudautomeris toulgoeti

Medium-sized wingspan 60-80 millimetres, brown saturniids with large eye markings on their back wings. The front wings are slightly tapered, but not sickle-shaped, most often with a long stripe. he base color of the hind wing is often reddish, th ...

                                               

Prosthesis (disambiguation)

Prosthesis is an artificial replacement of a missing part of the body. Prosthesis may also refer to: Musical Prostheses, devices made to resemble a body part or prostheses Prosthetic makeup or FX prosthesis, a prosthetic intended to radically alt ...

                                               

E. maculata

E. maculata may refer to: Euxesta maculata, a picture-winged fly Eupoa maculata, a jumping spider Eremophila maculata, a shrub native to Australia Eucoila maculata, a tiny wasp Ethmia maculata, an Asian moth Elachista maculata, a gelechioid moth ...

                                               

Pseudoips

Pseudoips is a genus of nolid moths in the family Nolidae. There are about six described species in Pseudoips, found mainly in Europe and eastern Asia.

                                               

Perinetia

Perinetia is a scientific name at the rank of genus, not presently in use for any organisms, though proposed for several. Historical uses may refer to: Brygophis Domergue & Bour, 1989 - formerly Perinetia Domergue, 1988; a genus of snakes in the ...

                                               

Neocurtilla

Neocurtilla is a genus of northern mole crickets in the family Gryllotalpidae. There are about seven described species in Neocurtilla, found parimarily in North, Central, and South America.

                                               

Anableps dowei

The Pacific four-eyed fish is a species of four-eyed fish native to the coastal waters on the Pacific side of southern Mexico to Nicaragua. This fish is gregarious and inhabits mangrove swamps, tidal mudflats, and other coastal brackish ecosystem ...

                                               

Marbled eel

Marbled eel is a common name for several fishes; while it most commonly refers to Anguilla marmorata, it may also refer to: Lepophidium marmoratum, marbled brotula or marbled cusk-eel Uropterygius marmoratus, marbled reef-eel, marbled eel or slen ...

                                               

Tailenders (podcast)

Tailenders is a podcast and sometime BBC radio show which is nominally centred around the world of cricket. The show is presented by BBC Radio 1 DJ Greg James with ex-Maccabees guitarist Felix White and England international James Anderson, with ...