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Discovery Science (France)

The channel was launched on 18 September 2012, replacing Discovery HD Showcase and along with Discovery Channel HD launch. On 24 January 2013, Discovery channels returned on Numericable. In December 2016, Altice acquired an exclusivity agreement ...

Oxyhydride

An oxyhydride is a mixed anion compound containing both oxide O 2− and hydride ions H −. These compounds may be unexpected as the hydrogen and oxygen could be expected to react to form water. But if the metals making up the anions are electroposi ...

Water risk

Water risk encompasses all the risks associated with pollution, demand, and climate change that jeopardize access to freshwater resources. It is inversely related to water security, as water risk increases, water security decreases. Water risk is ...

Atmospheric super-rotation

Atmospheric super-rotation is the state where a planets atmosphere rotates faster than the planet itself. The atmosphere of Venus is one example of extreme super-rotation; the Venusian atmosphere circles the planet in just four Earth days, much f ...

Halo: The Television Series

Halo: The Television Series is an upcoming live-action science fiction television series based on the Halo franchise on Showtime. The series will focus on the 26th-century war between the United Nations Space Command and the alien Covenant. It is ...

Worlds End Harem

Worlds End Harem のハーレム, Shūmatsu no Hāremu) is a Japanese manga series written by LINK and illustrated by Kotaro Shōno. It started on Shueishas digital magazine Shōnen Jump+ in May 2016. An anime television series adaptation is scheduled to ...

Si Alguna Vez

Si Alguna Vez is a song by Mexican singer-songwriter Thalia. The song served as the official theme for the telenovela Antes muerta que Lichita. It was released by Sony Music Latin on October 23, 2015.

Amor de Mãe

Amor de Mãe is a Brazilian telenovela produced and broadcast by Rede Globo. It premiered on 25 November 2019, replacing A Dona do Pedaço. The series is written by Manuela Dias, with the collaboration of Mariana Mesquita, Roberto Vitorino and Walt ...

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year may refer to: The Most Wonderful Time of the Year Take 6 album, 2010 The Most Wonderful Time of the Year Mark Vincent album, 2018 The Most Wonderful Time of the Year Scott Weiland album, 2011 "Its the Most Wond ...

Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Award for Best Contemporary Hair Styling in a Motion Picture Made for Television or Special

The Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Award for Best Contemporary Hair Styling in a Motion Picture Made for Television or Special is one of the awards given annually to people working in the television industry by the Make-Up Artists and Ha ...

Santee Smith

Santee Smith is a Kahnyen’kehàka multidisciplinary artist, dancer and choreographer from Six Nations of the Grand River. In 2019, she was appointed Chancellor of McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

Charter (disambiguation)

Charter Company 1949-1999, a very large, defunct conglomerate that had more than 180 subsidiaries Charter Communications 1993, a large American cable television, Internet and phone company Charter International 1889-2012, a large British engineer ...

Geoffrey Swaebe

Swaebe was born in London and came to the US, settling in Boston, when he was 12. Instead of going to college, he worked for Florsheim Shoes. He worked his way up to executive positions not just with Florsheim but I. Miller & Sons in Chicago, Tha ...

Ned Siegel

Ned Lawrence Siegel is a lawyer, real estate businessman and a former American Ambassador to the Bahamas. Siegel graduated from the University of Connecticut in 1973 and received a Juris Doctorate from the Dickinson School of Law in 1976.

Gaines County, Choctaw Nation

Gaines County was a political subdivision of the Choctaw Nation of Indian Territory, prior to Oklahoma being admitted as a state. The county formed part of the Nations Moshulatubbee District, or First District, one of three administrative super-r ...

John Ashe

John Ashe may refer to: John Baptista Ashe representative 1810–1857, U.S. Congressman from Tennessee John Ashe general c. 1720–1781, American Revolutionary War figure John Ashe of Freshford 1597–1658, MP for Westbury John Ashe minister 1671–1735, ...

Oscar Fernandez

Oscar Fernandez may refer to: Oscar Fernandez football manager born 1974, Spanish football manager Oscar Fernandez-Taranco born 1957, Argentine assistant-secretary of the United Nations Oscar Fernandez fencer born 1962, Spanish fencer Oscar Ferna ...

Paul Derigubah

Paul Derigubah is a Ghanaian politician and member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing the Jirapa Constituency in the Upper West Region as an independent.

Foreign affairs (disambiguation)

Foreign affairs, or foreign policy, consists of strategies chosen by a state to safeguard its national interests and to achieve goals in international relations. Foreign affairs may also refer to:

Ed Cummings (American football)

Edward Arthur Cummings is a former American football linebacker in the American Football League. He played college football at Stanford.

Ninth Army

9th Army Soviet Union, of the Soviet Unions Red Army was a Soviet field army, active from 1939 – 43, and then after the war from 1966 to 1989 9th Army RSFSR, a Red Army during the Russian Civil War 9th Army Russian Empire, a World War I field Army

Big Tree

Big Tree may refer to: Trees Big Tree at Victoria Falls, a large baobob near Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe The Big Tree, Rockport, a live oak near Rockport, Texas The Senator tree, the oldest pond cypress tree in the United States Big Tree Washingto ...

The White Album (disambiguation)

The White Album is the popular name for a 1968 self-titled album by The Beatles. The White Album may also refer to: White Album, the stand ability of Ghiaccio, an antagonist in the manga series JoJos Bizarre Adventure White Album visual novel, a ...

Soling World Championship results (1969–79)

This article stated the results of the World Soling Championships from 1969 till 1979. Unfortunitely not all crew names are documented in the major sources: United States Soling Association bulletin "Leading Edge" and International Soling Associa ...

Nureldin Satti

Following his graduation, Satti returned to Sudan to teach French language and literature at the University of Khartoum. In the following year, he joined Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Sudan. From 1992 to 1996, he served as ambassador to France, ...

World Conference

World Conference may refer to: Mennonite World Conference, a global community of Anabaptist churches World Internet Conference World Conference on Disaster Reduction, a 2005 meeting convened by the United Nations World Unity Conference World Conf ...

1978 Island Holidays Classic

The 1978 Island Holidays Classic, also known as the Hawaii Open, was a mens tennis tournament played an outdoor hard courts in Maui, Hawaii, in the United States that was part of the 1978 Colgate-Palmolive Grand Prix circuit. It was the fifth edi ...

1978 English Leather Grand Prix

The 1978 English Leather Grand Prix, also known as the Stowe Tennis Grand Prix, was a mens tennis tournament played on outdoor hard courts at the Topnotch Inn in Stowe, Vermont in the United States that was part of the 1978 Grand Prix circuit. It ...

1979 English Leather Grand Prix

The 1979 English Leather Grand Prix, also known as the Stowe Tennis Grand Prix, was a mens tennis tournament played on outdoor hard courts at the Topnotch Inn in Stowe, Vermont in the United States that was part of the 1979 Grand Prix circuit. It ...

Earthwatch

Earthwatch may refer to United Nations System-wide Earthwatch, a United Nations mechanism for sharing environmental information among agencies, published on a central website Earthwatch TV series, an Australian childrens television show from 1979 ...

Habitat (disambiguation)

Space habitat, a space station intended as a permanent settlement Underwater habitat, a fixed underwater structure in which people can live for extended periods Human habitat, a place where humans live, work or play Habitat 67, a housing complex ...

Association for Defense of Freedom and the Sovereignty of the Iranian Nation

The Association for Defense of Freedom and the Sovereignty of the Iranian Nation was an Iranian political organization founded at the end of the winter of 1986.

One Nation

One Nation band, an English band founded by Robbie France Onenation, a Japanese record label One Nation, an album by Dance Nation released in 2007 "One Nation", a song by Sacred Reich released on Surf Nicaragua, covered by Soulfly One Nation Hype ...

Unu (disambiguation)

unu was a Romanian art magazine published from 1928 to 1935. UNU or Unu may also refer to: United Nations University, the academic and research arm of the United Nations, established in 1973 and based in Tokyo, Japan University of Nottingham Stud ...

Redd (disambiguation)

Redd is a Turkish rock band established in 1996 by singer Doğan Duru and guitarist Berke Hatipoğlu. Redd may also refer to: Redd biology, the spawning ground of a salmon Redd given name, a masculine given name Redd surname, an American surname RE ...

Convention against Corruption

Convention against Corruption could refer to: The Inter-American Convention against Corruption of the Organization of American States, in force since 6 March 1997. The OECD Anti-Bribery Convention The Criminal Law Convention on Corruption of the ...

Mary Faherty

Mary Faherty is an Irish judge who has been a Judge of the Court of Appeal since November 2019. She began her career as a barrister and served as the Chairperson of the Employment Appeals Tribunal. She was subsequently appointed to the Circuit Co ...

Islamabad United in 2020

The Islamabad United is a franchise cricket team that represents Islamabad in the Pakistan Super League. They were one of the six teams that had a competition in the 2020 season. The team was captained by Shadab Khan, coached by Misbah-ul-Haq. Lu ...

Siege of Janjira (1682)

Siege of Janjira was a military conflict and a part of the Mughal-Maratha wars. It was fought between the Maratha Empire led by Sambhaji and Siddis of Janjira, allies of the Mughal Empire. Maratha emperor Sambhaji personally besieged the fort of ...

Mughal war of succession

Mughal war of succession may refer to: Mughal war of succession 1540–1552, between the brothers Humayun and Kamran Mirza about the succession of their already 10 years earlier deceased father, emperor Babur of the Mughal Empire Mughal war of succ ...

Jahangir Mirza II

Jahangir Mirza II was the second son of Umar Sheikh Mirza and half brother of Babur, the founder of the Mughal Empire. He was two years younger to Babur and his mother, Fatima Sultan belonged to the clan of Mughal Tuman Begs. Jahangir Mirza was t ...

Medford Branch (Boston and Maine Railroad)

The Medford Branch was a railroad branch line of the Boston and Maine Railroad Located entirely within Medford, Massachusetts, the branch connected Medford Square to the B&M main line. It had passenger service from 1847 to 1957, with freight ...

2004 Dave Matthews Band Chicago River incident

The 2004 Dave Matthews Band Chicago River Incident occurred on August 8th, 2004 over the Kinzie Street Bridge in Chicago, Illinois, when a tour bus belonging to the Dave Matthews Band dumped an estimated 800 pounds of human waste from the buss se ...

The Early Years

Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop Volume 1: The Early Years 1963–1969, a compilation of Doctor Who material The Early Years Live, a video album of live performances by the Dead Kennedys Evolution/Revolution: The Early Years 1966–1974, a ...

Dave Hamilton (musician)

Dave Hamilton was born in Savannah, Georgia, and moved to Detroit with his parents as a child. He played guitar and vibraphone, and in the late 1930s toured as a member of the Helen Pennilton Quartet. In the 1940s he formed his own band, the Noc- ...

L.A. Downtown Industrial District

The L.A. Downtown Industrial District is manufacturing and wholesale district of downtown Los Angeles, California, that was established as a property-based business improvement district in 1998 by the Central City East Association. The district s ...

Spinners

Spinners can refer to: In music: Spinners album, the groups third studio album, released in 1973 The Spinners: Their Early Years, a compilation album The Spinners American R&B group, an American R&B/soul group active from 1957 to the pres ...

House Bill 2001

House Bill 2001 is an Oregon bill that allows for alternative, more economical types of housing in an effort to preserve outer-city rural areas, such as farms. The bill is especially aimed at reducing the pace of urban sprawl in densely populated ...

Manilatown, San Francisco

Manilatown was a Filipino American neighborhood in San Francisco, which thrived from the 1920s to late 1970s. The district encompassed a three block radius around Kearny and Jackson Streets, next to Chinatown. The neighborhood was known for the I ...

Your Heart Breaks

Your Heart Breaks is an indie rock band from Seattle, Washington led by artist and musician Clyde Petersen. The group was formed in Bellingham, Washington in 1998. Petersen is transgender and his songwriting, particularly on album Drone Butch Blu ...