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Prehistoric settlement of the British Isles

Prehistoric settlement of the British Isles refers to the earliest establishment and expansion of human settlements in locations in the British Isles. These include: Bronze Age Britain British Iron Age Prehistoric Britain Neolithic British Isles ...

                                               

Presentation of Jesus at the Temple (disambiguation)

The Presentation of Jesus at the Temple is an episode in the Christian Bible. It may also refer to one of the following paintings depicting the event, out of very many other paintings of the subject: Presentation at the Temple Fra Angelico Presen ...

                                               

President of the Chamber of Deputies

President of the Chamber of Deputies may refer to: President of the Chamber of Deputies Directive Board, Mexico President of the Chamber of Deputies of Tunisia President of the Chamber of Deputies of Romania President of the Chamber of Deputies o ...

                                               

Presidential inauguration

A presidential inauguration is a ceremonial event centered on the formal transition of a new president into office, usually in democracies where this official has been elected. Frequently, this involves the swearing of an oath of office. Examples ...

                                               

Pride flag

A pride flag typically refers to any flag that represents a segment or part of the LGBT community. Pride in this case refers to the notion of gay pride. The rainbow flag is the most widely used LGBT flag and LGBT symbol in general. There are deri ...

                                               

Prince of Hexi

The title of Prince of Hexi was first claimed by its first holder, then affirmed by Emperor Shao of Liu Song in 423. The princes include: Juqu Mujian, 433–439 Juqu Wuhui, 442–444 Juqu Mengxun, 412–433 Juqu Anzhou, 444–460

                                               

Principality and Diocese of Monaco

The Roman Catholic church refers to Monaco as the Principality and Diocese of Monaco. Catholicism is the state religion and the majority religion of Monaco and the boundaries of the political principality are coterminous with that of the Catholic ...

                                               

Principles of geology

For an overview of Geology see Outline of geology. For dating techniques based on Geology see Relative dating. For the 1830s book by Charles Lyell, see Principles of Geology.

                                               

Production art

Production art may refer to: a form of art, also called productivist art developed principally in Russia, applying art to factory production the work carried out by a Production artist

                                               

Proper names derived from Drag-

The Slavic-derived stem "Drag-" appears in many East-European proper names. These include: Dragnea Draghici Drga Draga, Dragan, Dragan, Dragana, Dragas Dragi, Dragic, Dragica, Dragisa, Dragivoje Drago, Dragos, Dragoljub, Dragomir, Dragoslav, Drag ...

                                               

Proper names derived from Draz-

The Slavic-derived stem Draz- appears in many East-European proper names. These include: Draz, Draza, Drazan, Drazen, Drazovce Drazic, Drazica, Drazice, Drazicky

                                               

Protests in Armenia

This is a list of protests in Armenia in chronological order: 1996 Armenian presidential election protests 2018 Armenian Velvet Revolution Karabakh movement 1988–1991 Mashtots Park Movement 2012 1965 Yerevan demonstrations 2011 Armenian protests ...

                                               

Province of Taiwan

Province of Taiwan is a term that currently has multiple meanings, and has multiple previous meanings. It may be rendered in Chinese as simplified Chinese: 台湾省 ; traditional Chinese: 臺灣省 or 台灣省 ; pinyin: Taiwān sheng Taiwan under Qing ru ...

                                               

Provincial Municipal Courts of Vietnam

Provincial Municipal Courts of Vietnam are lower level courts in Vietnams judicial system. These courts are essentially provincial courts and report directly to the central government in Hanoi. Other courts in Vietnam: Supreme Peoples Court of Vi ...

                                               

Ptichy Island

Ptichy Island is the name of several islands in the Russian Far East. Ptichiy Island Shantar Islands - an island in the western Sea of Okhotsk Ptichy Island Kamchatka Krai - an island in the eastern Sea of Okhotsk, off western Kamchatka

                                               

Puffed rice

Puffed rice, puff rice, or rice puff refers to various foods made by introducing air into rice, typically in such a way that the grains of rice become larger and lighter, while also reducing moisture to achieve a crisp texture consistency. A vari ...

                                               

Pumping lemma

In the theory of formal languages, the pumping lemma may refer to: Pumping lemma for indexed languages Pumping lemma for regular tree languages Pumping lemma for regular languages, the fact that all sufficiently long strings in such a language ha ...

                                               

Pyeong-dong

Pyeong-dong may refer to one of the dong of cities in South Korea: Pyeong-dong, Seoul, in Jongno-gu, Seoul Pyeong-dong, Gyeongju, in Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbuk-do Pyeong-dong, Gwangju, in Gwangsan-gu, Gwangju Pyeong-dong, Suwon, in Gwonseon-gu, Suwo ...

                                               

Quadrangularis

Quadrangularis means "quadrangular" in Latin. Quadrangularis is the species name in the binomial nomenclature of several species:

                                               

Quebec Barracks

Quebec Barracks may refer to: Aldershot Garrison, in South East England Simpson Barracks, Northamptonshire, England Osnabruck Garrison, Osnabruck, Germany

                                               

Quebec College Diploma

Quebecs system of college education results in multiple types college degrees with diplomas. In the CEGEP-era, pre-university programs result in "diplomas", as do technical studies that result in associate degree analogues, while the vocational p ...

                                               

Queen's (electoral district)

Queens New Brunswick electoral district, which returned members to the Canadian House of Commons from 1867–1892 Queens Prince Edward Island electoral district, which returned members to the House of Commons from 1903–1966 Queens Nova Scotia feder ...

                                               

Queen's Medal for Champion Shots

Queens Medal for Champion Shots are a family of medals, awarded to the champions of small arms firing competitions held in several British Commonwealth countries and in several armed forces branches. Notable medals in this family are: Queens Meda ...

                                               

R v Lawrence

R v Lawence may refer to: R v Lawrence, 52 Cr App R 163, 1 QB 373. R v Lawrence, 47 Cr App R 72, CCA

                                               

R. v. Smith

R v Smith Thomas Joseph, UKSC 37 R v Smith 1837 8 C & P 153 R v Smith 1855 Dears 559, 1855 7 Cox 51, 1855 19 JP 758 R v Smith 3 Cr App R 87, 74 JP 54 R v Smith 34 Cr App R 168 R v Smith 1915 11 Cr App R 81, CCA R v Smith Oliver 6 Cr App R 19, CCA ...

                                               

Rachel Young

Rachel Young may refer to: FBI Special Agent Rachel Young, main character of the 2008-2009 TV series, Eleventh Hour U.S. TV series Rachel Young nee Chu Rachel Chu Young, a main character in Crazy Rich Asians, China Rich Girlfriend, and Rich Peopl ...

                                               

Racist music

Racist music or Hate music is music which expresses racism and hatred towards certain groups. The term can refer to: White power music: music that promotes white nationalism and discrimination against other races Rock Against Communism: a music g ...

                                               

RAF Hospital

There have been several military hospitals operated by the Royal Air Force of the United Kingdom and carrying the designation RAF Hospital: RAF Hospital Nocton Hall, Lincolnshire RAF Hospital Wegberg, near Monchengladbach, Germany Princess Marys ...

                                               

RAF Staff College

The RAF Staff College may refer to: RAF Staff College, Bulstrode Park active: 1941 to 1948 RAF Staff College, Andover active: 1922 to 1940 and 1948 to 1970 RAF Staff College, Bracknell active: 1945 to 1997 RAF Staff College Overseas in Haifa acti ...

                                               

RAID levels

A RAID level is any of the possible configurations of a RAID disk array. RAID stands for redundant array of independent disks. RAID levels may refer to: Standard RAID levels, all the RAID configurations defined in the Common RAID Disk Drive Forma ...

                                               

Random tree

In mathematics and computer science, a random tree is a tree or arborescence that is formed by a stochastic process. Types of random trees include: Random forest, a machine-learning classifier based on choosing random subsets of variables for eac ...

                                               

Ranger Districts in US National Forests

Ranger Districts, and similar places, in American National Forests include: Warner Valley Ranger Station, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, located in Lassen Volcanic National Park, near Chester, California Verlot Ranger Station ...

                                               

Raphe

Raphe has several different meanings in science. In botany and planktology it is commonly used when describing a seam or ridge on diatoms or seeds. In animal anatomy it is used to describe a ridged union of continuous biological tissue. There are ...

                                               

Rating system

A rating system can be any kind of rating applied to a certain application domain: Motion Picture Association of America film rating system Canadian motion picture rating system Motion picture rating system Texas Education Agency accountability r ...

                                               

RCA Country Legends

RCA Country Legends is a series of compilation albums highlighting various RCA recording artists from the country music genre. Albums in the series include: RCA Country Legends – Dottie West, a 2001 compilation of Dottie West songs RCA Country Le ...

                                               

Red Hat sect

In Tibetan Buddhism, the Red Hat sect or Red Hat sects, named for the colour of the monks hats at formal occasions, includes the three oldest of the four main schools of Tibetan Buddhism, namely: Nyingma Sakya Kagyu The fourth school is Gelug and ...

                                               

Red River floods

Various flooding events known as the Red River Flood have occurred in recent history. They refer to floods of the Red River of the North which forms the border between North Dakota and Minnesota and flows north, into Manitoba. Notable floods incl ...

                                               

Red Spears' uprising in Shandong

Red Spears uprising in Shandong may refer to several rebellions by the Red Spear Society throughout the history of the Republic of China. Some of the most notable ones were: Red Spears rebelled at the Shandong-Hebei-Henan border in 1924, and cont ...

                                               

Referendum bill

A referendum bill is a bill that puts forth a call for a referendum 2014 Scottish independence referendum Independence referendum bill 1980 Quebec referendums bill that established the referendum law 1995 Quebec referendums bill that established ...

                                               

Referendum Bill 2010

There have been several referendum bills proposed in 2010: 2011 United Kingdom Alternative Vote referendum, draft bill, later passed in 2011 2010 Turkish constitutional referendums bill 7 May 2010 Scottish Referendum Bill, 2010, draft bill, later ...

                                               

Reichian therapy

Reichian therapy can refer to several schools of thought and therapeutic techniques whose common touchstone is their origins in the work of psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich. Some examples are: Character Analysis, the analysis of character structures t ...

                                               

Religious Jews

Religious Jews are Jews who practice and observe Judaism. They may be affiliated with: Orthodox Judaism, including Haredi Judaism Modern Orthodox Judaism Conservative Judaism Reform Judaism Reconstructionist Judaism

                                               

RenderMan

The name RenderMan can cause confusion because it has been used to refer to different things developed by Pixar Animation Studios: RenderMan Shading Language, a component of the RenderMan Interface Specification used to define shaders RenderMan I ...

                                               

Republican guard

A republican guard, sometimes called a national guard, is a state organization of a country which typically serves to protect the head of state and the government, and thus is often synonymous with a presidential guard. The term is derived from t ...

                                               

Resorption

Resorption is the absorption into the circulatory system of cells or tissue, usually by osteoclasts. Types of resorption include: Tooth resorption Fetal resorption Bone resorption Blood resorption

                                               

Resorts World

Resorts World is a hospitality and casino brand owned by the Genting Group. Resorts World may refer to: Resorts World Birmingham – Solihull, Birmingham, United Kingdom Resorts World Genting – Pahang, Malaysia Resorts World Manila – Newport City, ...

                                               

Results breakdown of the Spanish local elections, 2015

Results breakdown of the Spanish local elections, 2015 may refer to: Results breakdown of the Spanish local elections, 2015 Balearic Islands Results breakdown of the Spanish local elections, 2015 Galicia Results breakdown of the Spanish local ele ...

                                               

Reticular nucleus

Reticular nucleus may refer to: Lateral reticular nucleus Ventral reticular nucleus, a continuation of the parvocellular nucleus in the brainstem Caudal pontine reticular nucleus Parvocellular reticular nucleus, part of the brain located dorsolat ...

                                               

Revilo

Revilo is the first name of American professor and polemicist Revilo P. Oliver the pen name of American cartoonist Oliver Christianson.

                                               

Rhine Valley

Rhine Valley is the valley, or any section of it, of the river Rhine in Europe. Particular valleys of the Rhine or any of its sections: Chur Rhine Valley or Grisonian Rhine Valley; German: Churer Rheintal, or sometimes Bundner Rheintal between Re ...