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Public research and development

Public research and development refers to the R&D activities related to public sectors, including governments, colleges and non-profit organizations. Public R&D include academic fundamental research, applied research and R&D grants an ...

Glen Echo

Glen Echo Terminal, Carhouse and Loop, a former terminus for the Metropolitan radial line, Toronto Glen Echo Park, Ontario, a former nudist park in Southern Ontario, Canada Glen Echo Road, a residential road located in the Teddington Park area of ...

Ponderosa

Village of Ponderosa, a New Urbanism-inspired community in West Des Moines, Iowa, United States Ponderosa, New Mexico, a census-designated place in Sandoval County, New Mexico, United States Ponderosa, West Virginia, an unincorporated community i ...

Streak

Streak or streaking may refer to: Streaking microbiology, a method of purifying micro-organisms Streaking or surfactant leaching in acrylic paints The Streak wrestling, a run of victories for The Undertaker at WrestleMania Streak film, a 2008 fil ...

Blue Streak

Blue Streak film, a 1999 comedy film starring Martin Lawrence Blue Streak album, a 1995 album by American blues guitarist Luther Allison Blue Streak comics, a secret identity used by three separate Marvel Comics supervillains Blue Streak soundtra ...

Mean Streak

Mean Streak or Meanstreak may refer to: Mean Streak marker, a marker made by Sanford Mean Streak, a version of the Kawasaki Vulcan 1600 motorcycle "Mean Streak", an episode of the sitcom The King of Queens Mean Streak, a roller coaster formerly l ...

Silver Streak

Silver Streak may refer to: Silver Streak Zephyr, a passenger train SEMTA Commuter Rail, also known as "Silver Streak" Silver Streak ride, an amusement ride Silver Streak dog The Silver Streak, a 1934 film Silver Streak film, a 1976 comedy, actio ...

Splay

Splay may refer to: chamfer, a beveled edge connecting two surfaces In architecture Splay Japanese band, a J-pop band from Osaka Splay physiology, the difference between urine threshold and saturation talus fortification, a sloping face at the ba ...

Chelsea Publishing Company

The Chelsea Publishing Company was a publisher of mathematical books, based in New York City, founded in 1944 by Aaron Galuten while he was still a graduate student at Columbia. Its initial focus was to republish important European works that wer ...

White tail

White tail or whitetail may refer to: Places: Whitetail, Montana Whitetail Ski Resort Whitetail, Arizona Mammals: White-tailed jackrabbit White-tailed deer Fish: Whitetail dascyllus or white-tailed damselfish, a common aquarium fish Centropyge fl ...

White devil

White devil or white demon may refer to: The White Devil, a 1612 tragedy by John Webster "WhiteDevil" is the name used by internet personality "WhiteDevil Evans." a nickname for Amuro Ray, a fictional character in Mobile Suit Gundam Black God, Wh ...

White cheese

White cheese may refer to: Asiago cheese, an Italian cows milk cheese Fromage blanc, a fresh cheese from France and Belgium Beyaz peynir, a salty, white cheese made from unpasteurized sheep or cow milk Caș, a type of semi-soft white fresh cheese ...

White-lipped frog

White-lipped frog may refer to: Genera: Leptodactylus, a genus of frogs found in the Americas Amnirana, a genus of frogs found in tropical Africa and Asia Species, Asia and Africa: Amnirana albolabris Chalcorana rufipes Chalcorana labialis Chalco ...

National Gentile League

National Gentile League, Inc., also known as the American Gentile League, was an American antisemitic organization active in the 1930s. It was incorporated by B. E. Clark, W. N. Fox and M. L. Burnett in 1934, but it was most notably headed by Don ...

Police Mitra scheme

Police Mitra or Friends of Police is an initiative of the State police in different states of India. Civilian citizens having good social record like ex-army men, students, advocates and housewives are responsible in tying up with the police beat ...

Mochi (disambiguation)

Mochi rice, a synonym for glutinous rice Moche food, also spelled mochi or muchi, a Filipino rice cake derived from Chinese-Filipino buchi jian dui

Wild at Heart

Wild at Heart film, a 1990 film by David Lynch, adapted from the novel by Barry Gifford "Wild at Heart" Buffy the Vampire Slayer, a 1999 episode of the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer Wild at Heart Mexican TV series, a 2013 Mexican telenovela ...

Nafi ibn al-Azraq

Nafi ibn al-Azraq al-Hanafi was the leader of the Kharijite faction of Azariqa during the Second Muslim Civil War. He is said to have been a quietist before he was encouraged by the Kharijite poet Abu al-Wazi to become active. Abu al-Wazi then pr ...

Opposition to Valentines day in Iran

People of Iran in cities have gotten familiar with Valentines Day for about one decade ago and during this short time, it has become popular among the youth and also some elders. In the 2010s, celebration of Valentines Day became common in wealth ...

Cellblockistry

CellBlockistry is a science and an art for cell-blocking’ with optimum results with the final cell-blocks at a quantitative and qualitative level. The cell-blocks, in brief, are formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded blocks with cells and micro-compone ...

Burnt offering (disambiguation)

Burnt offering or holocaust is a Hellenic form of animal sacrifice in which the entire animal is completely consumed by fire. Burnt offering or Burnt Offerings may also refer to: Burnt Offerings Hamilton novel, a 1998 novel by Laurell K. Hamilton ...

Eight sheratzim

In Judaism, the eight sheratzim, typically translated as the eight creeping things ", are animals described in Leviticus 11:29-30, which have special laws in regard to ritual impurity and Shabbat.

Tumtum

Tumtum or Tum may refer to: Tum Tum, a boy ninja character from the 3 Ninjas film series Tumtum and Nutmeg, the first of a series of childrens books by author Emily Bearn SS Tum Tum, a Canadian steamship Tumtum Tree, a fictional tree mentioned in ...

Fairy (disambiguation)

Little penguin, formerly known as "fairy penguin" Fairyfly, a wasp Fairy tern, a bird Calypso orchid or fairy slipper, a species of orchid Fairy hummingbirds, in the genus Heliothryx

Ice age (disambiguation)

An ice age is a geologic period characterized by the presence of polar ice sheets and alpine glaciers. Periods of major glaciation are scientifically termed glacial periods. Ice Age may also refer to:

Guru Nanak (disambiguation)

Guru Nanak was the founder of Sikhism, and the first of the ten Sikh gurus. Guru Nanak may refer to: Guru Nanak Jhira Sahib, a Sikh historical shrine situated in Bidar, Karnataka, 1948, a Bruneian government ministry Baba Guru Nanak University, a ...

Chet (disambiguation)

Cheț, a village in Marghita city, Bihor County, Romania Cheț, a tributary of the Barcau in Bihor County, Romania River Chet, a small river in South Norfolk, England

Avtar Singh Makkar

After the Partition of India he with his family first settled at Mustafabad then in Roorkee and finally in Jagraon, Ludhiana District. He did Faculty of Science from Gujranwala Guru Nanak Khalsa College and then served in Life Insurance Corporati ...

Chung, India

Chung is a historical village of Bikhiwind town of the Indian state of Punjab. Before 1947, it was part of Kasur tehsil of Lahore district. Rice and wheat are the most cultivated crops.

Savior

Messiah in Judaism Messiah in Christianity Redeemer Christianity Mahdi, the prophesied redeemer of Islam who will rule for seven, nine or nineteen years Maitreya Messiah, a saviour or liberator of a group of people, most commonly in the Abrahamic ...

Sacred cow

Sacred cow may refer to: Apis, the Egyptian sacred bull Red heifer, a sacred sacrifice in Judaism Tauroctony, the ritual bull-slaying of Mithraism Audumbla and Gavaevodata, the primeval cows of Norse and Zoroastrian mythology Bull of Heaven in Su ...

SGV

SGV may refer to: Segovia, city in Spain. Swiss Laboratory Animal Science Association, see Life Sciences Switzerland Shikand-gumanig Vizar, a Zoroastrian theology book Soil guideline value Sauerlandischer Gebirgsverein, an association for hiking ...

Afruz Amighi

Amighi was born in Tehran to Jewish and Zoroastrian parents. She graduated from Barnard College, Columbia University with BA in political science, before completing an MFA at New York University.

Separatist (disambiguation)

A separatist is an advocate of a state of separation for a group of people from a larger group. Separatist or separatists may also refer to: Separatist Puritan, English Puritan who advocated complete separation from the Church of England Separati ...

Sisterhood

The Sisterhood 1988 film, an American film directed by Cirio H. Santiago The Sisterhood 2004 film, an American film directed by David DeCoteau Sisterhood 2008 film, a British-New Zealand film directed by Richard Wellings-Thomas Sisterhood 2016 fi ...

Status Quo (disambiguation)

Status quo is a Latin phrase, commonly used as "To maintain the status quo is to keep the things the way they presently are". Status Quo or Status quo may also refer to: Status quo bias, a cognitive bias Status quo Israel Status Quo band, a Briti ...

Cult (disambiguation)

Cults, Aberdeen, a suburb of Aberdeen, Scotland Cult, Haute-Saone, France Cults Academy, a school in Cults, Aberdeenshire Cults, Fife, a parish in the Fife area, Scotland

The Twelve (disambiguation)

"The Twelve" poem, a Russian poem by Alexander Blok, 1918 The Twelve, an anthem by William Walton, with text by W.H. Auden The Twelve comics, a Marvel Comics limited series Apocalypse: The Twelve, a Marvel Comics crossover storyline The Twelve no ...

Bad science

Bad science may refer to: Antiscience Bad Science Taubes book, a 1993 book by Gary Taubes Fringe science The "Bad Science" column by Ben Goldacre in The Guardian Pseudoscience Scientific misconduct Bad Science Goldacre book, a 2008 book by Ben Go ...

Yali

Yali may refer to: Yali mythology, a Hindu mythical creature with the body of a lion and some elephant features Cyclone Yali, a cyclone that occurred during the 1998 South Pacific cyclone season Yali volcano, a Greek volcanic island Yali people, ...

GR

GamesRadar, a website owned by Future Publishing Good Riddance band, a punk rock band from Santa Cruz, California Ghost Recon, a video game series Game Revolution, a video game review web site Ghost Reveries, a 2005 album by Opeth GeneRally, a ra ...

Coran

Coran is an infrequently used English spelling of Quran. It may also refer to: Coracholan languages, an alternative name for a language group within the Uto-Aztecan family, spoken in the Mexican states of Jalisco and Nayarit Coran River, a tribut ...

World War III (disambiguation)

World War III Left Behind, a rider in the Left Behind series of novels The Third World War Book, a 2006 book of the study of history and of the present circumstances The Third World War novel, a 2003 novel by Humphrey Hawksley World War III DC Co ...

Creator

Creators comics, characters in the Marvel Comics universe The Creator novelette, a science fiction novelette by Clifford D. Simak The Creator poetry collection, a 2000 poetry collection by Dejan Stojanovic Creators Guyver, characters in the manga ...

Establishment

Establishment may refer to: The Establishment club, an English satire club of the 1960s The Establishment, the dominant group or elite holding effective power or authority in a society Freedom of establishment, the right of EU nationals to establ ...

Adversary

An adversary is generally considered to be a person, group, or force that opposes and/or attacks. Adversary may also refer to: Satan "adversary" in Hebrew, in Judeo-Christian religion

Otherworld (disambiguation)

Otherworld, such as the Celtic Otherworld, is a concept in religion that refers to other worlds such as the home of the deities or spirits or a realm of the dead. Otherworld may also refer to:

Multiverse (disambiguation)

Multiverse Marvel Comics, the fictional multiverse used by Marvel Comics Multiverse Michael Moorcock, the multiverse of Michael Moorcock Multiverse Magic: The Gathering, the fictional universe of Magic: The Gathering Multiverse DC Comics, the fic ...

Church and State

Church and State may refer to: Church and State comics, a two-volume graphic novel by Dave Sim featuring Cerebus the Aardvark Americans United for Separation of Church and State or their monthly newsletter, Church & State Separation of church and ...

Hand (disambiguation)

The Hand commonly referred to as Za Hando, a Stand used by Okuyasu Nijimura in JoJos Bizarre Adventure: Diamond is Unbreakable Hand card games The Hand journal The Hand, part of the comic Shiver and Shake The Hand, a 1930 work by Salvador Dali