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Khalil Amine

Khalil Amine is an Argonne distinguished fellow and leader of the Advanced Lithium Battery Technology team at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory. He directs the research and development of advanced materials and battery s ...

Master of War

Warmaster supervillain DC Comics supervillain enemy of Wonder Woman, see List of Wonder Woman enemies

Oblique

Oblique may refer to: Oblique reflection, in Euclidean geometry Oblique case, in linguistics Oblique leaf base, a characteristic shape of the base of a leaf Oblique banded rattail, a fish also known as a rough-head whiptail Oblique album, by jazz ...

Lock and Load

Lock n Load tabletop game, a series of wargames by Mark H. Walker Lock n Load Publishing, developer and publisher of board and computer games Lock & Load: Character Primer, a source book for Iron Kingdoms

Elout

Elout, sometimes spelled with numerous alternative spellings, is a Dutch surname, and can refer to: Cornelis Elout 1714 - 1779, collector and member of Teylers Tweede Genootschap. Cornelis Pieter Elout 1741 - 1796, manufacturer and council member ...

Alexander Morrison

Alexander or Alex Morrison may refer to: Alexander Morrison politician 1851–1930, Canadian Member of Parliament Alex Morrison Canadian Forces officer born 1941, former officer of the Canadian Forces Alexander B. Morrison 1930–2018, Canadian scien ...

Geoff Thompson

Geoff or Geoffrey Thompson may refer to: Geoffrey Thompson businessman 1936–2004, owner and managing director of Blackpool Pleasure Beach Geoffrey Hewlett Thompson born 1929, British Anglican bishop Geoff Thompson karateka, British karateka Geoff ...

John Ridley (disambiguation)

John Ridley is an American writer. John Ridley may also refer to: John S. Ridley 1882–1934 politician in Manitoba, Canada John Ridley footballer 1952–2020, English football player for Port Vale, Leicester City and Chesterfield John Ridley invento ...

Arthur Atkinson

Arthur Atkinson may refer to: Arthur Atkinson speedway rider 1911–?, English motorcycle speedway rider for the West Ham Hammers Arthur Atkinson character, fictional character on the TV show The Fast Show Arthur Samuel Atkinson 1833–1902, New Zeal ...

Bruce Campbell (disambiguation)

Bruce Campbell is an American actor. Bruce Campbell may also refer to: Bruce Campbell historian born 1949, British economic historian Bruce Campbell ornithologist 1912–1993, British ornithologist and writer Bruce Campbell Alberta politician 1923– ...

Chairman of Committees

Chairman of Committees may refer to: Chairman of Committees New Zealand House of Representatives, a role that existed in New Zealand between 1854 and 1992 Chairman of Committees Australian House of Representatives, former title of the Deputy Spea ...

Manish Kumar

Manish Kumar is an Indian politician and a member of the Bihar Legislative Assembly. He is a member of the Janata Dal and has been the representative of the Dhauraiya constituency in the Bihar Legislative Assembly since 2009.

Adedamola Richard Kasunmu

Adedamola Richard Kasumu is a Nigerian politician and member of Lagos State House of Assembly representing Ikeja constituency II. Adedamola has been a member of the State House of Assembly since 2015.

Ajitendu Chakraverti

Rear Admiral Ajitendu Chakraverti was a Flag Officer in the Indian Navy. He served as the second Indian Flag Officer Commanding Indian Fleet, succeeding Rear Admiral Ram Dass Katari. He was the first Indian to be promoted to the high rank of Comm ...

KN-25

North Korean state media calls the KN-25 as a "super-large" multiple launch rocket system, but the missiles larger size and greater range compared to traditional rocket artillery led the United States Forces Korea USFK to categorize it as an SRBM ...

Terry Oroszi

Oroszi was 17 when she graduated high school and announced to her parents that she was putting college on hold, instead she was joining the Army. Her first duty station was in Ft. Lewis, WA followed by a tour in Wurzburg, Germany. It was in Germa ...

Kim Song-il (North Korean politician)

Kim Song-il is a politician of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea. He is a full member of the Central Committee of the Workers Party of Korea and chairman of the Provincial Party Committee of the South Hamgyong Province.

Jang Kil-ryong

Jang Kil-ryong is a politician of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea. He is Minister of Chemical Industry in the Cabinet of North Korea and candidate member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Workers Party of Korea.

Kim Tu-il

Kim Tu-il is a North Korean politician. He is a member of the Central Committee of the Workers Party of Korea and Chairman of the Provincial Party Committee of South Pyongan Province.

Ri Hi-yong

Ri Hi-yong is a North Korean politician. He is a member of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Workers Party of Korea and Chairman of the Party Committee of North Hamgyong Province.

13th Division

13th Panzergrenadier Division Bundeswehr, Germany 13th Rifle Division, Soviet Union 13th Western Division, United Kingdom 13th Division German Empire 13th Guards Rifle Division, Soviet Union 13th Division Peoples Republic of China 13th Waffen Mou ...

Epos

OpenEPOS, in the comparison of real-time operating systems Embedded PowerPC Operating System, an IBM product Electronic point of sale, technology which enables an efficient recording of the sale of goods or services to the customer

VDS

VDS is a three-letter abbreviation which may mean: Vanderbilt Divinity School, an interdenominational divinity school at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, US Variable depth sonar, a 2- or 3-D array of towed sonars VDS, The IATA airpo ...

Festenummer

A Festenummer is part of a unit in the Norwegian property register. The abbreviation is Fnr. Each municipality is divided into a certain number of Gårdsnummers. Each Gårdsnummer is further divided into Bruksnummers. Under a Bruksnummer, a Festenu ...

Seksjonsnummer

A Seksjonsnummer is part of a unit in the Norwegian land registry. The abbreviation is Snr. A Seksjon is used where a property consists of several independent owner units to be sold and mortgaged separately, and where it is not normal to share th ...

O1

O-1 Curtiss Falcon, an observation aircraft manufactured by the Curtiss Aircraft Company O-1 Airship, an Italian manufactured semi-rigid airship operated by the US Navy O-1 Bird Dog, an observation aircraft manufactured by Cessna

Midnight Family

Midnight Family is a 2019 crime documentary film, directed and written by Luke Lorentzen. The film is produced by Kellen Quinn under the banner of Hedgehog Films, and No Ficcion. The film stars Fer Ochoa, Josue Ochoa, and Juan Ochoa. The film foc ...

Munafiq (TV series)

Munafiq is a 2020 Pakistani family drama television series premiered on Geo Entertainment on 27 January 2020. It is produced by Abdullah Kadwani and Asad Qureshi under 7th Sky Entertainment. The show revolves around Ujala played by Fatima Effendi ...

LDA

Landing distance available, the length of runway that is available for the ground run of an airplane landing Localizer type directional aid, an instrument approach to an airport

Permit

Permit may refer to: International Driving Permit, allows an individual to drive a private motor vehicle in another nation License Work permit, legal authorization which allows a person to take employment Permit fish, a game fish of the western A ...

Amjad Javed Saleemi

Amjad Javed Saleemi is a former Pakistani police officer who served as Inspector General of Sindh Police and Inspector General of Punjab Police.

DCO

Digitally controlled oscillator, in electronics Drift City Online, a game Domain controller, on Microsoft Servers Siemens DCO, a telephone switch Developer Certificate of Origin, used in open source software projects to verify individual contribu ...

IRP

IRP may mean any of the following: International Registration Plan of transportation carriers in North America IRP is the Matari Airport IATA code Schlesinger Institute#International Responsa Project IRP, on medical issues and Jewish law Iron Rem ...

CISS

Ciss is a surname. CISS may refer to: Center for Intelligence and Security Studies, a center at the University of Mississippi Canadian International School System Continuous Ink Supply System Concordia International School Shanghai,a coeducationa ...

Mohammad Nawaz

Mohammad or Muhammad Nawaz may refer to: Mohammad Nawaz Sharif, Pakistani politician and three times elected Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Khan writer 1943–2015, Pakistani writer Muhammad Nawaz Abbasi born 1943, former Pakistani judge Muhammad Na ...

FISA (disambiguation)

FISA may refer to: Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, a statute in the United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 Amendments Act of 2008 to the act Federation of Indian Student Associations in Australia, an umbrella body of I ...

OCD (disambiguation)

Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics, an American company On-call duty, a long shift that may be assigned to medical residents Obsessive–compulsive disorder OCD, a mental disorder Osteochondritis dissecans, a painful joint condition in humans and animals O ...

Free Polish

The term Free Polish can refer to the following: Polish government-in-exile - The remnants of the Polish government, based in the United Kingdom, following the Invasion of Poland during World War II Polish Armed Forces in the West - The military ...

Lyric setting

Lyric setting is the process in songwriting of placing textual content in the context of musical rhythm, in which the lyrical meter and musical rhythm are in proper alignment as to preserve the natural shape of the language and promote prosody. P ...

Emperor John

John IV of Trebizond c. 1403–1459, Emperor of Trebizond from 1429 to 1459 John II of Trebizond c. 1262–August 16, 1297, Emperor of Trebizond from 1280 to 1297 John III of Trebizond c. 1321–1362, Emperor of Trebizond John I of Trebizond, Emperor o ...

Moscow University of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia

Moscow University of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia is a higher institution under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation located in Moscow.

M16

Grigorovich M-16, a Russian World War I–era biplane flying boat M16 MGMC, an anti-aircraft variant of the American M3 Half-track M16 rifle, a US military rifle M16 mine, a US landmine Stahlhelm, a German World War I helmet M16 rocket, a United St ...

National Guard Day (Russia)

On 16 January 2017, by decree of President Vladimir Putin established 27 March as the Day of the National Guard. From 1996 to 2016, this day was celebrated as the Day of Internal Troops of Russia. The Day of Internal Troops was established by Pre ...

Behind Enemy Lines

SEAL Team 8: Behind Enemy Lines Behind Enemy Lines II: Axis of Evil Behind Enemy Lines 2001 film, an American film starring Gene Hackman and Owen Wilson, and three direct-to-video sequels Behind Enemy Lines: Colombia Behind Enemy Lines 1997 film, ...

List of conspiracy theories promoted by Donald Trump

Russia investigation origins counter-narrative Voter impersonation Hurricane Maria death toll controversy Windmills cause cancer Joe Scarborough murder conspiracy Syrian refugee as ISIS members conspiracy Conspiracy theories related to the Trump– ...

Prince Turki

Prince Turki may refer to: Turki bin Abdullah Al Saud 1971, embroiled in the 1Malaysia Development Berhad scandal Prince Turki bin Talal 1968, the fourth son of Talal bin Abdul-Aziz Turki I bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud 1900–1919, first son of King Abdu ...

Idlib Governorate clashes

Idlib Governorate clashes took place during the Syrian civil war, those may refer to the following phases of conflict: October 2016 Idlib Governorate clashes – fighting between Jund al-Aqsa and other rebels 2014 Idlib offensive – rebel advances a ...

JN

JN or Jn may refer to: Jornal Nacional, former title of the Portuguese news program Jornal da 8 that is broadcast by TVI Jan Mayen FIPS PUB 10-4 territory code, an island in the Arctic Ocean Johnson–Nyquist noise, electrical noise generated by ra ...

Citizens Initiative

Citizens Initiative may refer to: Burgerentscheid, a formal citizens petition in Germany Citizens Initiative of Gora, a political party in Kosovo Initiative, a means by which the public can force a referendum European Citizens Initiative, by whic ...

Japanese occupation

Japanese occupation may refer to: Japanese occupation of Singapore Japanese occupation of the Aleutian Islands Japanese occupation of Attu Japanese occupation of Vietnam Japanese occupation of Guam Japanese occupation of Cambodia Japanese occupat ...