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Tablet

Tablet computer, a mobile computer that is primarily operated by touching the screen Graphics tablet or digitizing tablet, a computer input device for capturing hand-drawn images and graphics Tablet, a section of columns in a range of rows in Goo ...

HMS Albacore (1804)

HMS Albacore was launched in 1804 in Bristol. She participated in two notable actions. The British Royal Navy sold her in 1815 and she became a merchantman, sailing out of Guernsey. She was lost on 12 October 1821 while sailing from Buenos Aires ...

Resolution (1793 privateer)

Resolution was a privateer lugger operating out of Guernsey in 1793. She made several captures, most notably of the French East Indiaman St.Jean de Lone. On 7 March 1793, shortly after the outbreak of war with France, Captain William Le Lacheur a ...

Marine – à travers les arbres

Marine – à travers les arbres is an orchestral composition by the English composer Andrew March. It was the winning piece in the inaugural Masterprize International Composition Competition held in 1998 after having been selected from 1.318 entrie ...

Goodrich (1799 schooner)

Goodrich was a schooner launched in Liverpool in 1799. She made seven voyages as a slave ship between 1799 and 1807, two of them while being owned by Americans. After the Slave Trade Act 1807 ended the British slave trade she became a merchantman ...

Isabella (1793 ship)

Isabella was launched in France in 1791 as the East Indiaman St Jean de Lone. Two British privateers captured her in 1793. She was sold in prize and renamed Isabella. She initially sailed as a West Indiaman and then between 1795 and 1798 made two ...

Cams Delight (1741 ship)

Cams Delight was built in Fareham in 1741. Although she spent some years trading with Africa, she spent most of her career as a coaster. She may have made occasional voyages further afield. She was wrecked in 1838, after having sailed for some 97 ...

Cuatrecasas Medal for Excellence in Tropical Botany

Jose Cuatrecasas Medal for Excellence in Tropical Botany was initiated in 2001 by the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, USA. It is named after Jose Cuatrecasas, a pioneering botanist and taxonomist who worked on the flora of tropica ...

Lord Hungerford (1814 ship)

Lord Hungerford was launched at Calcutta in 1814. Her most notable voyages were one transporting convicts to Van Diemens Land and two for the British East India Company. Later she brought laborers to British Guiana and immigrants to Victoria and ...

The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy in Writing and Image

The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy in Writing and Image is a large-scale historical-geographical-ethnographic publication in the late 19th century in Hungarian, which attempted to present the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy.

Structure of the Hungarian Defence Forces

Transport Battalion HDF National Band Support Battalion Maintenance Company 32nd National Honor Guard Battalion Units reporting directly to Hungarian Defense Forces General Staff, in Budapest Defense Ministry Signal and C4I Centre Budapest Garris ...

Moret Church (Sisley series)

The Moret Church series of some dozen oil paintings was executed in 1893/94 by the English Impressionist artist Alfred Sisley. The church building depicted in each of the paintings is the Church of Notre-Dame in the village of Moret-sur-Loing, Se ...

Gunung Gangsir

Gunung Gangsir is an 11th-century Hindu candi located approximately 5 kilometers west from the town of Bangil. This red brick structure is located in Gunung Gangsir village, Beji subdistrict, Pasuruan Regency, East Java Indonesia. Gunung Gangsir ...

Order of Freedom (Iran)

The Order of Freedom is one of the badges of honor in Iran, established by "Council of Iran Ministers" in November 21, 1990. The order is awarded by President of Iran. According to the Article 4 of the Regulations on the Awarding of Government Or ...

Sahar Tabar

Fatemeh Khishvand, known by her Instagram username of Sahar Tabar, is an Iranian influencer who rose to prominence in 2017 for her supposed use of cosmetic surgery in images of herself posted to Instagram. It was rumored that she had altered her ...

Order of Justice (Iran)

Order of Justice is one of the badges of honor in Iran, established by "Council of Iran Ministers" in November 21, 1990. According to "Article 10" of the "Regulations on the Awarding of Government Orders" of Iran, the "Order of Justice" is awarde ...

Tageuo (Shahnameh)

In the epic poem Shahnameh, Tageuo is one of the Turan heroes in charge of a border state between Iran and Turan. His state was the third province attacked by Iranians under the command of Tous after Chaeam and Kasa-Roud.

ORF

ORF or Orf may refer to: Open reading frame, a portion of the genome that has the potential to code for a protein Open Road Films, a joint venture of Regal Entertainment Group and AMC Theaters ORF broadcaster, Austrian public service broadcaster ...

Cropper

Cropper may refer to: Cropper, a breed of fancy pigeon, including Norwich Cropper Cropper, Derbyshire, a hamlet in the parish of Osleston and Thurvaston Old German Cropper Ghent Cropper An icon in Adobe Photoshop used to crop images on the progra ...

Isis (disambiguation)

Isis is a goddess from the polytheistic pantheon of Egypt. ISIS refers to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, a Salafi jihadist unrecognised proto-state and militant group. Isis or ISIS may also refer to:

2019–20 Israeli political crisis

Israeli politics experienced a crisis and stalemate between April 2019 and April 2020. Three Knesset elections were held during the period without a clear victor or alliance. In the Israeli elections of April 2019, the two major parties, Blue and ...

List of partitions of traditional Japanese architecture

Traditional Japanese architecture uses post-and-lintel structures; vertical posts, connected by horizontal beams. The rest of the structure is non-load-bearing. While fixed walls are used, a variety of movable partitions are also used to fill the ...

Forbidden City (Pyongyang)

The Forbidden City is an unofficial name to a closed complex of buildings located at the center of Pyongyang and is used as the headquarters of the Workers Party of Korea, the ruling party in the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea and the State ...

KAF

Kandahar International Airport or Kandahar Air Field KAF, near Kandahar, Afghanistan Mount Qaf or Kaf, a mythical place in medieval Islamic cosmology Kaf, a city in Al Jawf Province, Saudi Arabia

New Order

New Order Indonesia Orde Baru, former Indonesian president Suhartos regime New Order Nazism Neuordnung, the mis-translated term for the geo-political and ideological future goals of the Third Reich during the 1940s New Order Portugal, a neo-fasci ...

BDD

Balancing domain decomposition, a parallel iterative method in numerical analysis Binary decision diagram, a data structure in computer science Business-driven development, a software development methodology focusing on business requirements Beha ...

FSI

Forest Survey of India Fragile States Index, a country ranking method Federation of Italian Socialists Italian: Federazione dei Socialisti Italiani, a defunct political party of Italy Foreign Service Institute, of the United States government For ...

Army Museum (Moldova)

The Army Museum of Chisinau, is a center of military history of the Armed Forces of Moldova located in northern Chisinau, the capital of Moldova. It is located on 47 Tighina Street and is within the command structure of the Center for Military Cu ...

CSF Spartanii Selemet

CSF Spartanii is a Moldovan football club based in Selemet, Moldova. They play in the Moldovan "A" Division, the second-level division of Moldovan football. Founded in Selemet in April 2018, CSF Spartanii is a continuation of the CF Sparta team f ...

CFM

Calea Ferata din Moldova, the Moldovan State Railway Caminhos de Ferro de Moçambique, the railway company of Mozambique Moçamedes Railway or Caminho-de-Ferro de Moçamedes, an Angolan railway company

Wai Phyo Han

Wai Phyo Han is a Burmese politician, writer and former engineer who has been the MP of the Yangon Region Hluttaw for Insein No. 2 constituency since the 2015 general election. He is also undertaking as a secretary of a parliamentary committee wh ...

John Liebenberg

John Arthur Liebenberg was a South African photojournalist, known for documenting Namibias independence struggle. He was one of the founding staff members and photographer at The Namibian.

Wis

WIS TV, a television station channel 10 licensed to serve Columbia, South Carolina WISW, a radio station in Columbia, South Carolina known as WIS WVOC, a radio station in Columbia, South Carolina once called WIS

WMF

World Monuments Fund, an international historic preservation organization World Minifootball Federation, an authority of minifootball Wikimedia Foundation, a non-profit foundation that supports the Wikimedia movement projects, including Wikipedia ...

Zivid

Zivid is a Norwegian machine vision technology company headquartered in Oslo, Norway. It designs and sells 3D color cameras with vision software that are used in autonomous industrial robot cells, collaborative robot cells and other industrial au ...

Ingrid Kristine Glad

Ingrid Kristine Glad is a Norwegian statistician whose research topics have included nonparametric regression, DNA microarray data, and image processing. She is a professor of statistics and data science at the University of Oslo.

Riverside Community School District

Riverside Community School District is a school district headquartered in Carson, Iowa, within the districts grade 3-5 facility. The district, entirely in Pottawattamie County, serves Carson, Oakland, and Macedonia.

PWFP Rumble in Pakistan

2019 Rumble in Pakistan was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event, promoted by Pro Wrestling Federation of Pakistan. The event took place on 28 April 2019 at the Dreamworld Resorts in Karachi, Sindh. It was the first ever pay-per-view event ...

Vice admiral (Pakistan)

Vice admiral – is a three-star commissioned armed flag officer rank in the Pakistan Navy, coast guards, and marines awarded by the Government of Pakistan to rear admirals as a position advancement in uniformed service. It is the second-highest ra ...

Air marshal (Pakistan)

Air marshal is a commissioned three-star military rank in Pakistan Air Force with a NATOs equivalent rank code of OF-8. It ranks above two-star air vice marshal and below four-star air chief marshal, and while it is the second-highest rank of a m ...

Targa

Targa is an old word for targe, shield. Targa or TARGA may also refer to: Car rallies Targa West, Western Australia Targa New Zealand Targa timing system Targa Canada West, Canada Targa Tasmania, Australia Targa Newfoundland, Canada Targa Florio, ...

GMI

Greenwich Maritime Institute, of the University of Greenwich, England German-Malaysian Institute, in Malaysia Gorgas Memorial Institute for Health Studies, a medical research institution in Panama Georgia Medical Institute, in Georgia, United Sta ...

ISP (disambiguation)

Iowa State Patrol Idaho State Police Iowa State Penitentiary, Fort Madison, Iowa, US Indiana State Police Illinois State Police

PIL

Pil or PIL may refer to: Publishing Interchange Language Port Isabel-Cameron County Airport FAA Code: PIL, in Port Isabel, Texas Carlos Miguel Jimenez Airport IATA Code: PIL, in Pilar, Paraguay Python Imaging Library Pil, Iran, a village in Mazan ...

Numi

Numi Tahiro 田寛 ヌミ, Tahiro Numi ; a character from Japanese property Knights of Sidonia, see List of Knights of Sidonia characters Numi, a character in the U.S. TV series Patriot TV series

Obsesii

Obsesii is a song recorded by Romanian singer Alexandra Stan, released as a single by Universal Music Romania for digital download on 31 January 2020. A Romanian language track, it was written by Alex Pelin and Vlan Lucan, while the latter handle ...

Federal Treasury (Russia)

The Federal Treasury is a federal executive body, which exercises enforcement functions to ensure the execution of the federal budget, cash servicing the execution of the budgets of the budget system of the Russian Federation, preliminary and cur ...

TV Chosun

TV Chosun, also known on-air as TV Chosun, is a South Korean pay television network and broadcasting company, owned by the Chosun Ilbo -led consortium. It began broadcasting on 1 December 2011. TV Chosun is one of four new South Korean nationwide ...

36th Infantry Division (South Korea)

The 36th Homeland Defense Infantry Division is a military formation of the Republic of Korea Army. The division is subordinated to the Ground Operations Command and is headquartered in Wonju City, Gangwon Province. During the peacetime, they are ...

56th Infantry Division (South Korea)

The 56th Homeland Defense Infantry Division is a military formation of the Republic of Korea Reserve Forces. The division is subordinated to the Capital Defense Command and is headquartered in Goyang City, Gyeonggi Province. Its responsibility is ...