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Vienna Award

The Vienna Award is either of two arbitral decisions made by Germany and Italy rewarding disputed territory to Hungary. Both decisions were made at the Belvedere Palace in Vienna, just before and after the start of World War II. Second Vienna Awa ...

                                               

Viking Ships

Preserved ships of the Viking Age. Knarr, seagoing merchant ship. Viking ships, Nordic ships of the Viking Age. Karve ship, small longship similar to knarrs. Faering, open-decked rowing ship. Skuldelev ships. (Корабли сооружен) Tune ship. (Мелоди ...

                                               

Virtual trading point

A virtual trading point is a non-physical hub for trading in natural gas markets, for which "there is a virtual trading point for each market area, representing all entry and exit points in that market area." Examples include: TRS France since Ap ...

                                               

Volkswagen Bus

Six generations of Volkswagen vans: Volkswagen Type 2 T1, generation T1 Microbus, or Split-screen bus Volkswagen Type 2 Volkswagen Type 2 T2, generation T2 "Bay window" bus Volkswagen Transporter T5, generation T5 Eurovan Volkswagen Type 2 T3, ge ...

                                               

Vortex (roller coaster)

Vortex may refer to any of these roller coasters: Vortex Californias Great America, a stand-up roller coaster at Californias Great America in Santa Clara Vortex Kings Island, a steel roller coaster at Kings Island in Mason, Ohio Vortex Carowinds, ...

                                               

Voting criteria

There are a number of different criteria which can be used for voting systems in an election: Independence of irrelevant alternatives Mutual majority criterion Later-no-harm criterion Majority criterion Smith criterion Consistency criterion Major ...

                                               

War in Afghanistan

War in Afghanistan, or Afghan war, may refer to: Third Anglo-Afghan War 1919 Anglo-Afghan Wars First British involvement with Afghanistan Conquest of Afghanistan by the Mongol Empire 13th century, see Mongol invasion of Central Asia The collapse ...

                                               

War of independence

A war of independence or independence war is a conflict occurring over a territory that has declared independence from some nation-state or ruling colonial power. Once the state that previously held the territory sends in military forces to asser ...

                                               

Washington Initiative 912

Initiative Measure No. 912 a proposed initiative in Washington, USA on the ballot in 2005 that would have repealed new motor vehicle fuel taxes passed earlier in the year by the state Legislature. The fuel tax, and this measure, were a major poli ...

                                               

Washington State Normal School

Washington State Normal School may refer to several historic institutions in the state of Washington, U.S. Washington State Normal School at Ellensburg, now Central Washington University Washington State Normal School at Cheney Historic District, ...

                                               

Wedge product (topology)

The wedge product in topology may refer to: The smash product, the product in the category of pointed spaces The wedge sum, which joins two spaces at a point

                                               

Weights and Measures Act

A weights and measures act is a kind of legislative act found in many jurisdictions establishing technical standards for weights and measures. Notable acts of this type include: The Weights and Measures Act 1972, in Malaysia Act №8 of 1936, the I ...

                                               

Wellington (footballer)

Wellington is the stage name of various Brazilian footballers: Wellington da Silva Serezuella 1982 Wellington Monteiro 1978 - defensive midfielder Wellington Damião Nogueira Marinho 1981 Wellington Brito da Silva 1985 Wellington Baroni 1989 Welli ...

                                               

Wesley Church

Wesley Church may refer to: Wesley Church, Seremban, Malaysia Wesley Church, Perth, Australia, a Uniting Church Wesley Church, Melbourne, Australia, a Uniting Church Wesley Church, Albany, Australia, a Uniting Church Wesley Church, Egmore, Tamil ...

                                               

Western Naval Task Force

Western Naval Task Force was the name used for several groups of warships during amphibious landings in World War II. A force under Rear-Admiral Hewitt that landed US Army units during the Operation Torch, the Allied invasion of French North Afri ...

                                               

Westminster attack

2018 Westminster car incident 1973 Westminster bombing Assassination of Airey Neave, which took place at the Houses of Parliament car park in 1979 The Blitz 1940–1941 – affected London as a whole including Westminster. Houses of Parliament 1974 b ...

                                               

Whig government

In British politics, a Whig government may refer to the following governments administered by the Whigs: Whig Junto, a name given to a group of leading Whigs who were seen to direct the management of the Whig Party First Whig Junto, the British g ...

                                               

Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Whose Line Is It Anyway? is a short-form improvisational comedy show originating as a popular British radio programme, before moving to British television in 1988. Following the conclusion of the British run in 1999, ABC began airing an American ...

                                               

WildCat (roller coaster)

WildCat may refer to: WildCat Cedar Point, a roller coaster operated 1979 to 2012 at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio which was replaced by Luminosity - Ignite the Night! Wildcat Frontier City, a wooden roller coaster at Frontier City in Oklahoma Ci ...

                                               

Wildcat Stadium

Wildcat Stadium may refer to one of the following sports stadiums in the United States: Entries are listed alphabetically by state Wildcat Stadium Rising Star, Texas, see List of six-man football venues in Texas Wildcat Stadium Louisiana College, ...

                                               

Wildlife of Montserrat

For information on the wildlife of Montserrat, see: List of amphibians and reptiles of Montserrat List of birds of Montserrat List of mammals of Montserrat

                                               

Wildlife trust

The term wildlife trust can be used in one of two senses to describe organisations concerned with wildlife: in a more generic sense to refer to a charitable organisation whose aims relate to wildlife usually wildlife conservation, but also educat ...

                                               

Wittering, West Sussex

Wittering, West Sussex or The Witterings refers to two civil parishes in the Chichester district of West Sussex. The Witterings ward, a ward on Chichester District Council East Wittering West Wittering

                                               

Women and Spirituality: The Goddess Trilogy

Women and Spirituality is a series of three documentaries focusing on womens spirituality in the Western World at the end of the 20th century and the Goddess movement. After the third part came out, they were sold as a trilogy, which won several ...

                                               

Women in art

Women in art may refer to: Women artists Lists of women artists art featuring women as subjects Women in Philippine art Women in film Women in dance Women in music Women in the art history field

                                               

World class

World Class Wreckin Cru World Class Learning Academy, New York World class standards, in education World Class Cuisine, an American television program World Class Listening Problem, a 2006 album by Don Caballero What It Takes: A Documentary About ...

                                               

World Scrabble Championships

The World Scrabble Championships are annual or semiannual events in which competitors vie to win Scrabble matches in languages specific to the championship. These include: The English World Scrabble Championship which has taken place every two ye ...

                                               

World Series Baseball

World Series Baseball may refer to: World Series Baseball video game, first game of the World Series Baseball series released in 1994 Intellivision World Series Baseball, a 1983 video game for the Mattel Intellivision World Series Baseball series ...

                                               

WWE The Music

Music albums in the WWE The Music series, formerly the WWF The Music series, include: WWF The Music, Vol. 5 in 2001 WWF The Music, Vol. 4 in 1999 WWE The Music, Vol. 8 in 2008 WWF The Music, Vol. 3 in 1998 WWF The Music, Vol. 2 in 1997 WWE The Mu ...

                                               

WWE: Uncaged series

WWE: Uncaged is a series of albums featuring unreleased theme songs mostly written and performed by Jim Johnston. The first album was released on December 16, 2016, and so far there have been nine albums released in total as of August 9, 2019. Ty ...

                                               

Xeon W

Xeon W is a brand of x86 processors designed, manufactured, and marketed by Intel, targeted at the workstation market. The brand has been used for processors under two architectures: Intel Skylake workstation processors first released 2017 Intel ...

                                               

Xinjiang Province

Xinjiang Province is a historical administrative area of northwest China, between 1884 and 1955. Periods during which various boundaries of Xinjiang Province have been defined include: Xinjiang Province Peoples Republic of China 1949–1955 was rep ...

                                               

Xuyên

Places with the Vietnamese syllable Xuyên in them include: Cẩm Xuyên District, rural district huyen of Hà Tĩnh Province, Vietnam Roman Catholic Diocese of Long Xuyên, Roman Catholic diocese of Vietnam Duy Xuyên District, district huyen of Quảng N ...

                                               

Yale romanization

The Yale romanizations are four romanization systems created at Yale University for the following four East Asian languages: Yale romanization of Cantonese, developed by Gerard P. Kok and published in 1958. Yale romanization of Korean, developed ...

                                               

Yongsan-dong

Yongsan-dong can refer to several administrative wards in South Korean cities Yongsan-dong in Yuseong-gu, Daejeon Yongsan-dong in Naju, Jeollanam-do Yongsan-dong in Dong-gu, Gwangju Yongsan-dong in Yongsan-gu, Seoul Yongsan-dong in Chungju, Chung ...

                                               

Young Buckethead

Young Buckethead is a series of Buckethead and Deli Creeps related releases by Jas Obrechts record label Avabella: Young Buckethead Vol. 1, a DVD released in 2006 and containing footage from 1990 and 1991 From the Coop, an album released in 2008 ...

                                               

Yoyodyne

Yoyodyne was introduced as a fictional defense contractor in Thomas Pynchons V. 1963 and featured prominently in his novel The Crying of Lot 49 1966. Described in the latter book as "a giant of the aerospace industry," Yoyodyne was founded by Wor ...

                                               

Zaporozhian Host

Zaporozhian Host is a term for a military force inhabiting or originating from Zaporizhia, the territory beyond the rapids of the Dnieper River in what is Central Ukraine today, from the 15th to the 18th centuries. These include: Cossack Hetmanat ...

                                               

Zelzal

Zelzal is a series of artillery rockets developed by Iran. The series consists of: Zelzal-1, with an estimated range of 150 km 93 mi Zelzal-3, with an estimated range of 200 km 120 mi Zelzal-2, with an estimated range of 210 km 130 mi These rocke ...

                                               

Zeppelin Museum

Albert-Sammt-Zeppelin-Museum, Niederstetten, Main-Tauber district, Baden-Wurttemberg, named in memory of last airship captain Albert Sammt Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen, a museum in on Lake Constance in Germany, housing the worlds largest aviat ...

                                               

Zero Mile

Zero Mile metro station, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India Zero Milestone, a zero mile marker monument in Washington, D.C. Zero milepost, the origination point for measuring distances in a jurisdiction or on a route Zero Mile Stone Nagpur, a monument lo ...

                                               

Zika virus outbreak

Zika virus outbreak may refer to: Zika virus outbreak timeline 2013–2014 Zika virus outbreaks in Oceania 2015–16 Zika virus epidemic 2007 Yap Islands Zika virus outbreak

                                               

Zodiac Records

Zodiac Records has been the name of at least six different record labels: Zodiac Records, a New York City, United States company founded in 1987 and revived in 2006 Zodiac Records New Zealand, an Auckland, New Zealand label of Stebbing Recording ...

                                               

Zoological society

A zoological society is a group or organization, often a voluntary association, interested in fields of study related to the animal kingdom. These fields generally include zoology, animal physiology, pathology, veterinary medicine, wildlife conse ...

                                               

Zygoma

The term zygoma generally refers to the zygomatic bone, a bone of the human skull commonly referred to as the cheekbone or malar bone, but it may also refer to: The zygomatic process, a bony protrusion of the human skull, mostly composed of the z ...

                                               

Glossary of aerospace engineering

Most of the terms listed in Wikipedia glossaries are already defined and explained within Wikipedia itself. However, glossaries like this one are useful for looking up, comparing and reviewing large numbers of terms together. You can help enhance ...

                                               

Glossary of agriculture

This glossary of agriculture is a list of definitions of terms and concepts used in agriculture, its sub-disciplines, and related fields. For other glossaries relevant to agricultural science, see Glossary of biology, Glossary of ecology, and Glo ...

                                               

Glossary of names for the British

Alternative names for people from the United Kingdom include nicknames and terms, including affectionate ones, neutral ones, and derogatory ones to describe British people, and more specifically English, Welsh, Scottish and Northern Irish people.

                                               

Glossary of American football

The following terms are used in American football, both conventional and indoor. Some of these terms are also in use in Canadian football, for a list of terms unique to that code, see Glossary of Canadian football.

                                               

Glossary of American terms not widely used in the United Kingdom

This is a list of American words not widely used in the United Kingdom. In Canada and Australia, some of the American terms listed are widespread; however, in some cases, another usage is preferred. American spelling is consistently used througho ...