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George Coby

George Coby was an American businessman,inventor and chemist. He is believed to be first Georgian millionaire. Two of his most notable inventions are waterproof concrete and super-hard glass block, he also is linked to invention of first electric ...

C. indica

C. indica usually refers to: Cannabis indica, a plant species better known as marijuana C. indica may also refer to: Caloria indica, a sea slug species Compsaditha indica, a pseudoscorpion species in the genus Compsaditha found in India Chalcopha ...

A. rubra

A. rubra may refer to: Aseroe rubra, the anemone stinkhorn or sea anemone fungus, a fungus species found in Australia Alnus rubra, the red alder, a deciduous broadleaf tree species native to western North America Aphelodoris rubra, a sea slug spe ...

A. intermedia

A. intermedia may refer to: Ardea intermedia, the intermediate egret, median egret or yellow-billed egret, a heron species found from east Africa across tropical southern Asia to Australia Amethysa intermedia, a picture-winged fly species Anaxarc ...

P. edulis

P. edulis may refer to: Pueraria edulis, a plant species belonging to the genus Pueraria Pyxicephalus edulis, the edible bullfrog, a frog species Plinia edulis, the cambuca, a tree species found in Brazil Plectranthus edulis, an annual plant spec ...

Annandales frog (disambiguation)

Annandales frog is a frog in the family Ranidae found in northeastern India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, northern Peninsular Thailand, and possibly Bhutan and Nepal. Annandales frog may also refer to: Annandales bush frog Raorchestes annandalii, a frog ...

S. intermedia

S. intermedia may refer to: Splendrillia intermedia, a sea snail species Strauzia intermedia, a fruit fly species Sporophila intermedia, the grey seedeater, a bird species found in Brazil, Colombia, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago and Venezuela Stanh ...

Black walnut (disambiguation)

Family Juglandaceae, genus Juglans sect. Rhysocaryon: Juglans major, Arizona black walnut. Juglans nigra, the eastern black walnut, a species of flowering tree native to eastern North America. Juglans hindsii, the Northern California walnut or Hi ...

Beyeria lechenaultii

Beyeria lechenaultii is a species of flowering plant in the spurge family, Euphorbiaceae, that is endemic to Australia. It was first described in 1817 by Augustin Pyramus de Candolle as Hemistemma lechenaultii, using a specimen collected on St Fr ...

C. gigantea

C. gigantea may refer to: Condylactis gigantea, a tropical sea anemone species Coniogramme gigantea, a fern species Carnegiea gigantea, the saguaro, a large tree-sized cactus species Clanis gigantea, a synonym for Clanis undulosa gigantea, a moth ...

Gobi (disambiguation)

The Gobi is the largest desert region in Asia. Gobi may also refer to: GOBI, a selective primary health care approach Gobi fish, the type species for the genus Platycephalus The Gobi Desert novel, a 1941 novel by Pierre Benoit Gobichettipalayam, ...

P. americana

P. americana may refer to: Periplaneta americana, the American cockroach, palmetto bug or waterbug, an insect species native to the Southern United States Persea americana, the avocado, aguacate, palta, butter pear or alligator pear, a tree speci ...

C. portoricensis

C. portoricensis may refer to: Critonia portoricensis, a flowering plant Coccocrater portoricensis, a deepwater limpet Caesalpinia portoricensis, a flowering plant Contopus portoricensis, a tyrant flycatcher Canna portoricensis, a garden plant Cy ...

E. elegans

E. elegans may refer to: Elionurus elegans, a grass species found in Nigeria, Senegal and Burkina Faso Euphorbia elegans, a plant species Echeveria elegans, a plant species Eudromia elegans, the elegant crested tinamou or Martineta tinamou, a med ...

Pilidiostigma glabrum

Pilidiostigma glabrum, the plum myrtle, is a small tree or shrub native to the rainforests of eastern Australia. Commonly seen in disturbed sites from near Port Macquarie in the south to Fraser Island in the north. Leaves and floral parts are hai ...

List of medalists at the European Shotgun Championships

This is the list of medalists at the European Shotgun Championships from the first edition held in 1929.

A. arenaria

A. arenaria may refer to: An abbreviation of a species name. In binomial nomenclature the name of a species is always the name of the genus to which the species belongs, followed by the species name also called the species epithet. In A. arenaria ...

Ballyduff

Ballyduff may refer to: In the Republic of Ireland Ballyduff, Co. Waterford with a postal address of Kilmeaden in the east of the county Ballyduff, County Waterford near Lismore, County Waterford Ballyduff, County Wexford, located between Gorey a ...

D. elegans

D. elegans may refer to: Drupa elegans, a sea snail species Dichromorpha elegans, the short-winged grasshopper, an insect species Dolichoderus elegans, an extinct ant species Deinacrida elegans, a weta species Dilophodes elegans, a moth species D ...

Boulder River

Boulder River may refer to: The Boulder River southwestern Montana, a tributary of the Jefferson River in Jefferson County, southwestern Montana in the United States The Boulder River Washington, a tributary of the North Fork Stillaguamish River ...

C. intermedia

C. intermedia may refer to: Cavia intermedia, the Santa Catarinas Guinea pig or Moleques do Sul Guinea pig, a mammal species found in Brazil on the small island of Moleques do Sul in the state of Santa Catarina Cryptantha intermedia, the common c ...

B. maculata

B. maculata may refer to: Badumna maculata, an intertidal spider Brassia maculata, a North American orchid Brownleea maculata, a plant native to Africa Boulengerella maculata, a South American pike-characin Begonia maculata, a plant native to Bra ...

Terrestris

Terrestris, terrestrial in Latin, is a species name present in a number of species Latin names: Scotiellopsis terrestris, an alga species Pedilochilus terrestris, an orchid species in the genus Pedilochilus Ettlia terrestris, an algae species Chi ...

The Silence of Dr. Evans

One plane crashes over the Atlantic, but several passengers survived, including the famous scientist Martin Evens, working to extend the life of a person. He becomes the chosen one of the aliens who came into contact with earthlings.

Drosanthemum lavisii

Drosanthemum lavisii is a succulent plant in the ice plant family, Aizoaceae, indigenous to the Overberg region of the Western Cape Province, South Africa.

Schoenus graminifolius

The main distinguishing characters of S. graminifolius are its papery chartaceous spikelet glumes that have reddish-purplish streaking throughout. Another key character of S. graminifolius is that its lower primary inflorescence bracts are widene ...

Schoenus auritus

The key diagnostic character of Schoenus auritus is its semi-succulent or fleshy growth form. It also has loose, membranaceous leaf sheaths and membranaceous lateral extensions auricles on the primary bracts of its flowering heads i.e. primary in ...

M. robusta

M. robusta may refer to: Marsdenia robusta, a plant species endemic to Yemen Metrosideros robusta, the Northern rata, a huge forest tree endemic to New Zealand Myristica robusta, a plant species endemic to Indonesia Muraena robusta, the Stout mor ...

S. exigua

S. exigua may refer to: Scirpus exigua, a spikesedge with a long stem Somena exigua, a Sri Lankan moth Sphenoptera exigua, a jewel beetle Selliera exigua, a flowering plant Synechodes exigua, a little bear moth Stephanomeria exigua, a plant nativ ...

Leptospermum sejunctum

Leptospermum sejunctum is a shrub that is endemic to the Nowra district in New South Wales. It has thin, grey bark, lance-shaped to elliptical leaves, white flowers and fruit that remain on the plant at maturity.

Oak Orchard

Oak Orchard may refer to the following places in the United States: In New York Oak Orchard State Marine Park, located at the mouth of Oak Orchard Creek Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge, formerly known as Oak Orchard National Wildlife Refuge Car ...

Leptospermum pallidum

Leptospermum pallidum is a species of spreading shrub that is endemic to Queensland. It has thin, firm, rough bark, narrow lance-shaped leaves, white flowers arranged in groups of two or three on side shoots and fruit that remains on the plant un ...

C. aurea

C. aurea may refer to: Carex aurea, the golden sedge, a plant species native to much of North America Canalispira aurea, a very small sea snail species Calytrix aurea, a shrub species endemic to the south-west of Western Australia Chysis aurea, a ...

P. japonica

P. japonica may refer to: Pogonia japonica, an orchid species occurring from China to Japan Popillia japonica, the Japanese beetle, an insect species Prunus japonica, the Korean cherry, flowering almond or Oriental bush cherry, a shrub species Ps ...

Silver Lake (Rehoboth Beach, Delaware)

Lake Comegys and Silver Lake are a pair of freshwater lakes in Rehoboth, Sussex County, Delaware. The two lakes were formed by receding glaciers, and now serves as a bird refuge.

Siphon (disambiguation)

A siphon is a tube in an inverted U shape which enables a liquid, under the pull of gravity, to flow upwards and then downwards to discharge at a lower level. Siphon may also refer to: Oral siphon of Urochordata Soda siphon, device used for dispe ...

Berd Rocks

87 species of vascular plants were registered here, 7 of these species are listed in the Novosibirsk Oblast Red Data Book: Asplenium ruta-muraria, Asplenium septentrionale, Tulipa patens, Erythronium sibiricum, Cerastium maximum, Cypripedium macr ...

Parietal

Parietal is an adjective used predominantly for the parietal lobe and other relevant anatomy Parietal may also refer to:

Corina Newsome

Corina Newsome is an American ornithologist, birder, science communicator, and graduate student at Georgia Southern University, with a focus on avian conservation. In response to the racism faced by Black birder Christian Cooper in Central Park, ...

Magnes sive de Arte Magnetica

Magnes sive de Arte Magnetica is a 1641 work by the Jesuit scholar Athanasius Kircher. It was dedicated to Emperor Frederick III and printed in Rome by Hermann Scheuss. It developed the ideas set out in his earlier Ars Magnesia and argued that th ...

RPE

RPE is a three letter acronym, which can refer to: Rapid palatal expander, an orthodontic device widen the palate Retinal pigment epithelium - layer of the retina Respiratory protective equipment Russet Potato Exchange in Bancroft, Wisconsin, USA ...

Turtle Lake

Turtle Lake may refer to: Canada Turtle Lake Saskatchewan Turtle Lake Monster, cryptid that allegedly lives in the lake Turtle Lake Temagami, in Ontario Turtle Lake Vancouver Island Georgia Turtle Lake Tbilisi, or "Kus Tba" United States Turtle L ...

Nessie (disambiguation)

Nessie is the Loch Ness Monster, a cryptid that reputedly inhabits the Loch Ness lake in Scotland. Nessie or NESSIE may also refer to: Given Name A given name of Irish origin also rendered as Neesy, Naisi. See Naoise disambiguation Renesmee Carli ...

BLI

Bioluminescence imaging, a technology that allows for the noninvasive study of small laboratory animals Bio-layer interferometry, a real-time technique to study biomolecular interactions

Resource planning

Resource planning may refer to: Human resources planning HR, the consideration of HR needs in overall goals and strategies Natural resource management, refers to the management of natural resources such as land, water, soil, plants and animals En ...

Imidacloprid/moxidectin

Imidacloprid/moxidectin, sold under the brand names Advantage Multi for Dogs and Advantage Multi for Cats among others, is a medicine for dogs and cats to treat heartworm, fleas, sarcoptic mange, intestinal parasites and ear mites.

Anatomy of the human heart

Heart is a muscular organ sited in the mediastinum. It consist of four chambers, four valves, arteries, and the conduction system. Heart functionally can be separated in left and right side. Right heart receives blood coming from the body through ...

HGH-hPL

The multigenic complex formed by the human growth hormone and the human placental lactogen takes part in the process of maternal and fetal metabolism regulation and the following growth and development of the fetus

Anicut

An anicut is a masonry check dam that is constructed across a stream to impound water for maintaining and regulating irrigation. The water stored behind an anicut can be used for irrigation of crops or drinking water for humans and livestock. The ...

Tasseled cap transformation

Tasseled cap transformation is a method to transform the spectral information of satellite data into spectral indicators. This index is especially used in the analysis of vegetation.