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British Rail Class 21

Two separate types of diesel locomotive operating in Great Britain have been given the TOPS classification Class 21. British Rail Class 21 NBL - a class of 58 diesel-electric locomotives produced by the North British Locomotive Company from 1958- ...

                                               

Brooklyn, Prince Edward Island

Brooklyn may refer to one of two unincorporated settlements in Prince Edward Island, Canada: Brooklyn in Prince County at 46°48′00″N 64°07′00″W Brooklyn in Kings County at 46°06′00″N 62°40′00″W

                                               

Browning machine gun

Browning machine guns are a family of machine gun designs by John Browning, a prolific weapon designer. These include: M1919 Browning machine gun, a family of air-cooled machine guns in.30-06 M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle, or its variants M1917 ...

                                               

Buckwheat noodles

Several types of noodles are made from buckwheat: Makguksu buckwheat noodles, a Korean dish made of buckwheat noodles Naengmyeon, Korean noodle dishes such as mul-naengmyeon cold buckwheat noodles and bibim-naengmyeon spicy buckwheat noodles Soba ...

                                               

Buddha cave

Yulin Caves, Guazhou, Gansu Bingling Temple, Gansu Kizil Caves, Xinjiang Oriental Buddha Park, Leshan, Sichuan Shibaoshan, Yunnan Mogao Caves, Dunhuang, Gansu Beishan Rock Carvings, Dazu, Chongqing Shuilian Grottoes, Tianshui, Gansu Beishan Templ ...

                                               

Buk-gu

Buk-gu, or "Northern District", is the name of a gu in several South Korean cities: Buk-gu, Ulsan Buk-gu, Gwangju Buk-gu, Busan Buk-gu, Pohang Buk-gu, Daegu

                                               

Bulgarian Catholic Church

The term Bulgarian Catholic Church can refer to: Bulgarian Byzantine Catholic Church, a "sui juris" Eastern Catholic Church of the Byzantine Rite in Bulgaria Catholic Church in Bulgaria, communities and institutions of the Catholic Church in Bulg ...

                                               

C-20 Gulfstream

The United States military has designated two aircraft versions as the C-20 Gulfstream: The Gulfstream IV, designated the C-20F/G/H in military service. The Gulfstream III, designated the C-20A/B/C/D in military service.

                                               

C2-Benzenes

The C 2 benzenes are a class of organic aromatic compounds which contain a benzene ring and two other carbon atoms. For the hydrocarbons with no further unsaturation, there are four isomers. There are three xylenes and one ethylbenzene. The subst ...

                                               

C3-Benzenes

The C 3 -benzenes are a class of organic aromatic compounds which contain a benzene ring and three other carbon atoms. For the hydrocarbons with no further unsaturation, there are four isomers. The chemical formula for all the saturated isomers i ...

                                               

C4-benzenes

The C 4 -benzenes are a class of organic aromatic compounds which contain a benzene ring and four other carbon atoms. There are three tetramethylbenzenes, six Dimethylethylbenzenes, three diethylbenzenes, three Isopropylmethylbenzenes, three n -p ...

                                               

Caesar's Camp

Caesars Camp is a name used for many Iron Age hill forts in England. These include: Bedfordshire Caesars Camp near Sandy Berkshire Caesars Camp, Bracknell Forest Hampshire-Surrey border Caesars Camp, Rushmoor and Waverley, near Farnham London Cae ...

                                               

Cais do Sodre

Cais do Sodre is a name shared by two railway stations and a ferry station in Lisbon Portugal: Cais do Sodre Lisbon Metro Cais do Sodre, ferry station allowing for quick travel between Lisbon and Cacilhas, Seixal and Montijo Cais do Sodre railway ...

                                               

Calculator character set

A calculator character set is a character encoding scheme for a calculator. Examples include: Hewlett-Packard calculator character sets, character sets used by Hewlett-Packard calculators Casio calculator character sets, character sets used by Ca ...

                                               

Cambridge County Geographies

Radnorshire by Davies, Lewis Herefordshire by Bradley, A. G. Northamptonshire by Brown, M. W. Derbyshire by Arnold-Bemrose, H. H. wikisource Dorset by Salmon, Arthur L. Middlesex by Bosworth, G. F. Oxfordshire by Ditchfield, P. H. Kent by Boswort ...

                                               

Canadian Championships

Canadian Championships refers to a number of national-level competition in Canada. It may refer to: Canadian Swing Championships, of dance Canadian Open Chess Championship Canadian National Pond Hockey Championships Canadian AutoSlalom Championsh ...

                                               

Canadian Hockey League (disambiguation)

The Canadian Hockey League is a major junior ice hockey league Canadian Hockey League or Canada Hockey League or Hockey League of Canada may also refer to: Canadian Junior Hockey League, the junior A ice hockey league Canadian–American Hockey Lea ...

                                               

Canadian Mounted Rifles

The Canadian Mounted Rifle Corps, formed in 1885, now part of The Royal Canadian Dragoons The Royal Canadian Mounted Rifles, formed in 1901, now named Lord Strathconas Horse Royal Canadians

                                               

Canister filter

Canister filter may refer to various types of filter in different systems: Canister oil filter; for example see Mercedes-Benz OM617 engine Canister filter, a respirator canister or cartridge that is used to clean pollution from air Canister-style ...

                                               

Capital Development Authority

A Capital Development Authority is a kind of entity found in various countries that is concerned with the municipal development of the capital city or capital territory of that country. Examples include: Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha, or RAJUK, t ...

                                               

Capital One Tower

Capital One Tower may refer to: Capital One Tower Virginia, the headquarters of Capital One Capital One Tower Louisiana, a Hertz Investment Group tower

                                               

Captain

Captain is a title for the commander of a military unit, the commander of a ship, aeroplane, spacecraft, or other vessel, or the commander of a port, fire department or police department, election precinct, etc. Captain is a military rank in armi ...

                                               

Captain MacTavish

Captain MacTavish or Capt. McTavish or variant thereof, may refer to: Real people Duncan Kenneth MacTavish 1889–1963, World War II JAG RCN captain Craig MacTavish born 1958, captain of the Edmonton Oilers for 1992-1994 Fictional characters Captai ...

                                               

Captain Noah (wrestler)

Captain Noah is a Japanese masked professional wrestling character in Pro Wrestling Noah, portrayed by two wrestlers: Muhammad Yone born 1976, first Captain Noah Jado born 1968, second Captain Noah

                                               

Cardinal Conti

Cardinal Conti may refer to: Michelangelo Conti 1655–1724, Cardinal 1706–21, Pope as Pope Innocent XIII, 1721–24 Francesco Conti died 1521, Cardinal 1517–21 Innocenzo Conti 1731–1785, Cardinal 1771–85 Giovanni Conti 1414–1493, Cardinal 1483–93 Pi ...

                                               

Carmarthen by-election

Carmarthen by-elections are the by-elections held on occasion for the British House of Commons constituency of Carmarthen in North Wales: 1941 Carmarthen by-election 1957 Carmarthen by-election 1966 Carmarthen by-election 1878 Carmarthen Boroughs ...

                                               

Carotid artery

Carotid artery may refer to: External carotid artery, an artery on each side of the head and neck supplying blood to the face, scalp, skull, neck and meninges Internal carotid artery, an artery on each side of the head and neck supplying blood to ...

                                               

Carpathian wooden churches

Carpathian Wooden Churches are religious structures made of wood and built in the Vernacular architecture of the Carpathians. These occur in the following areas: Wooden Churches of Southern Little Poland Wooden Churches of Ukraine Wooden Churches ...

                                               

Cars in space

Car in space may refer to: Apollo 15, in July 1971 Lunar Roving Vehicles launched and driven on the surface of the Moon Apollo 17, in December 1972 Apollo 16, in April 1972 Elon Musks Tesla Roadster, launched into outer space in February 2018

                                               

Cassana

The Cassana were a family of Italian Baroque painters of the 17th and early 18th centuries. Family members included: Giovanni Francesco Cassana 1611–1691, baroque painter of the Genovese school. Giovanni Battista Cassana 1668-1738, son of Giovann ...

                                               

Castle Monforte

Castello Monforte or Castle of Monforte may refer to: Castle of Monforte, Monforte, Portugal Castello Monforte, Campobasso, Italy Castle of Monforte, Figueira de Castelo Rodrigo, Portugal Castle of Monforte, Chaves, Portugal

                                               

Catalan independence referendum

There have been several Catalan independence referendum s, referenda for determining the independence of Catalonia from Spain Declaration of the Initiation of the Process of Independence of Catalonia Law on the Referendum on Self-determination of ...

                                               

Catalan Republic

Catalan Republic or Catalan State refers to Catalonia at various times when it was proclaimed either an independent republic or as a republic within a Spanish federal republic: Catalan Republic 2017, a proposed state declared after the 2017 Catal ...

                                               

Celebrity Big Brother

Celebrity Big Brother is an adaptation of the Big Brother reality television series. Just like its parent franchise, Celebrity Big Brother airs in several countries, however the housemates or houseguests are local celebrities. In some countries, ...

                                               

Cell and molecular biology

Cell and molecular biology are related fields of biology that are often combined. Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics Weill Institute for Cell and Molecular Biology Journal of Cell and Molecular Biology American Journal of ...

                                               

Center (algebra)

The term center or centre is used in various contexts in abstract algebra to denote the set of all those elements that commute with all other elements. The similarly named notion for a semigroup is defined likewise and it is a subsemigroup. The c ...

                                               

Central Criminal Court

A Central Criminal Court refers to major legal court responsible for trying crimes within a given jurisdiction. Such courts include: The name by which the Crown Court is known when it sits in the City of London Central Criminal Court of England a ...

                                               

Certificate of Professional Competence

Certificate of Professional Competence refers to two types of qualification in the UK transport and haulage industry: Transport Manager CPC, for transport managers Driver CPC, for professional bus, coach and lorry drivers

                                               

Cessna Skywagon

Cessna Skywagon may mean: Cessna 206 also 205 and 207, known variously as the Super Skywagon, Skywagon, Stationair, and Super Skylane Cessna 180 Skywagon Cessna 185 Skywagon

                                               

Channel opener

A channel opener, also known as a channel activator, is a type of drug which facilitates ion flow through ion channels. They include the following: Calcium channel openers Potassium channel openers Sodium channel openers Chloride channel openers

                                               

Chateau de Faye

Chateau de Faye is the name of several castles in France, including: Chateau de la Faye Auriac-du-Perigord, Dordogne. Manoir de La Faye Manzac-sur-Vern in the Dordogne. Chateau de Fayolle Tocane-Saint-Apre Chateau de la Faye Saint-Dizier-la-Tour ...

                                               

Chateau-Chinon

Chateau-Chinon is the name of two communes of the Nievre departement, in France: Chateau-Chinon Ville Chateau-Chinon Campagne The two towns are neighboring each other. They were separated during the French Revolution.

                                               

Chehalis language

The Chehalis language is a collective expression regarding two languages, Upper Chehalis language and Lower Chehalis language. Both are members of the Tsamosan branch within the Coast Salish subfamily of the Salishan language family. Alternativel ...

                                               

Cheongoksan

Cheongoksan refers to three mountains in South Korea: Cheongoksan Jeongseon/Pyeongchang in Gangwon-do Cheongoksan Donghae/Samcheok in Gangwon-do Cheongoksan North Gyeongsang in Bongwha County, Gyeongsangbuk-do

                                               

Cherokee flag

Cherokee flag may refer to any of several flags associated with groups within the Cherokee Native American tribe. These include the Flag of the Cherokee Nation Oklahoma the Flag of the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians Oklahoma the Flag o ...

                                               

Chery Kimo

Two cars have been sold by Chery as the Chery Kimo in certain countries: Chery QQ3, a city car manufactured beginning in 2012 Chery A1, a supermini manufactured from 2007 to 2015

                                               

Chevrolet Prisma

Chevrolet Prisma may refer to: The sedan version of the Chevrolet Celta, commonly called the Mk I. The sedan version of the Chevrolet Onix, commonly called the Mk II.

                                               

Chicago (CTA)

The Chicago Transit Authority operates three separate stations on its rapid transit service that are referred to as "Chicago", as they are located on or near Chicago Avenue. Chicago may refer to: Chicago/Milwaukee Chicago/Franklin Chicago/State

                                               

Chicon (Worldcon)

Chicon is the name given to six Worldcons and retroactively applied to a seventh Worldcon. All seven of the conventions were held in Chicago, Illinois. TASFIC a.k.a. Chicon II, 1952 Chicon V, 1991 Chicon 7, 2012 Chicon IV, 1982 Chicon 2000, 2000 ...

                                               

Chief of Army Staff

Chief of Army Staff or Chief of Staff of the Army is a title commonly used for the appointment held by the most senior officer in several nations armies. Chief of Staff of the French Army Chief of Staff of the Army Sri Lanka Chief of Staff of the ...