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Pavement cracking

Pavement crack refers to a variety of types of pavement distresses that occur on the surface of pavements. Different types of pavements develop different cracks. Type of cracking is also correlated with the type of climate and traffic. Sometimes ...

Sabine Leidig

Sabine Leidig is a German politician. Born in Heidelberg, Baden-Wurttemberg, she represents The Left. Sabine Leidig has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of Hesse since 2009.

Jeffrey Skiles

Jeffrey Bruce "Jeff" Skiles is an American airline pilot for American Airlines. On January 15, 2009, he was the co-pilot of US Airways Flight 1549, when the plane lost all its engines, and he helped captain Chesley Sullenberger land their plane o ...

Christofari

Christofari is a supercomputer created by Sberbank of Russia and Nvidia. It was presented by Herman Gref, CEO of Sberbank, and David Rafalovsky, CTO of Sberbank Group, on 8 November 2019, at the AI Journey conference in Moscow. As of March 2020, ...

Port authority (disambiguation)

A port authority is a governmental or quasi-governmental body that operates ports and other transportation infrastructure. Port Authority may also refer to: Port Authority film, a 2019 American film Port Authority play, a 2001 play by Conor McPhe ...

Greater Perth Movement

The Greater Perth Movement describes a movement in the first couple of decades of the twentieth century to consolidate the town planning and urban administration of the Perth metropolitan region of Western Australia under municipal governance. Th ...

Lat Phrao Intersection

Lat Phrao Intersection is a major road junction in Chatuchak District of the Thai capital Bangkok. It is where Phahonyothin and Vibhavadi Rangsit roads - the citys two main northward highways - cross each other, and is also the beginning of Lat P ...

EMSO

EMSO may refer to: European Multidisciplinary Seafloor and water column Observatory, a European research infrastructure EMSO, the Slovenian Unique Master Citizen Number. Existential monadic second-order logic, a fragment of second-order logic in ...

Cho Jeong-sik

Cho Jeong-sik is a South Korean politician and chief policymaker of the Democratic Party of Korea. He is a member of the National Assembly of the Republic of Korea.

Tranvia Metropolitano de Alcala de Guadaira

The Tranvia Metropolitano de Alcala de Guadaira is a light rail line currently under construction in the Spanish town of Alcala de Guadaira.

RTR

Rome: Total Realism, a complete modification pack for the computer game Rome: Total War Rossiya 1 previously RTR, a state-owned Russian television channel Radiotelevisiun Svizra Rumantscha previously Radio e Televisiun Rumantscha, a Swiss broadca ...

Quanta

Quanta is the plural of quantum. Quanta may also refer to: Quanta Computer, a Taiwan-based manufacturer of electronic and computer equipment Quanta Services, a US-based specialty contractor for the electric, gas, and telecommunications industries ...

SOI

Stages of involvement for safety-critical software and hardware, US FAA Silicon on insulator, in semiconductor manufacturing Signal operating instructions Service-oriented infrastructure

Blue Dot Network

The Blue Dot Network is a multi-stakeholder initiative formed by the United States, Japan, and Australia to provide assessment and certification of infrastructure development projects worldwide on measures of financial transparency, environmental ...

Yaprak Baltacioğlu

Yaprak Baltacioğlu is a retired Canadian public servant, lawyer, and professor. She has held senior leadership positions in the Canadian public service, serving as Secretary of the Treasury Board from 2012 to 2018. Baltacioğlu retired from the pu ...

AXDRAFT

AXDRAFT is a legal-tech startup that develops a service for drafting and negotiating legal documents.It analyzes data patterns in user’s existing documents and transforms the drafting process into a simple Q&A. Сompany is headquartered in New ...

Foreign investment

Foreign Investment may refer to: Foreign Investment Review Agency, ensures that foreign acquisition and establishment of businesses is beneficial to Canada Foreign Investment and NRI Cell, Government of Haryana, in the Haryana State Industrial an ...

IPSC

IPSC may refer to: Institute for the Protection and Security of the Citizen, located in Ispra, Italy, is one of the seven institutes of the Joint Research Centre, a Directorate-General of the European Commission Ispahani Public School & College, ...

Oresunds chemiske Fabriker

Oresunds chemiske Fabriker, colloquially known as Kryolitfabrikken, was a cryolite processing plant established in 1859 at Strandboulevarden in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Jens Poul Andersen

Jens Poul Andersen was a Danish inventor. He constructed some of the earliest Danish cameras. Peter Elfelt used one of his film cameras for the first Danish film recording in 1897.

Starflyer

Starflyer or Star Flyer may refer to: StarFlyer, a Japanese airline Starflyer 59, an indie rock/shoegaze band from Riverside, California The Starflyer, an alien antagonist in Peter F. Hamiltons Commonwealth Saga Star Flyer, a sailing ship operate ...

Saxby

Saxby, Estonia, village in Vormsi Parish, Laane County, Estonia Saxby, Leicestershire Saxbys Coffee, a franchise of coffeehouses Saxby, Lincolnshire Saxby All Saints, North Lincolnshire, England

Princes (disambiguation)

Princes is the plural for prince, a royal title. Princes may also refer to: Roads: Princes Freeway, Victoria, Australia Princes Street, a major thoroughfare in central Edinburgh, Scotland Princes Highway, a major road in Australia Princes Street, ...

Karjala (disambiguation)

Karjala is a Finnish lager-type beer manufactured by the Hartwall brewery. Karjala may also refer to: Karjala municipality, a former Finnish municipality in Southwest Finland Karjala historical province of Finland, partly ceded to Russia in 1940 ...

FLG

FLG may refer to: Friedhelm Loh Group, a German manufacturing firm Falun Gong Florida Georgia Line, an American bro-country duo Flaming Lotus Girls, an American collaborative art group Flagstaff station, Arizona Farmer-Labour Group, a Canadian po ...

Bajaj

Bajaj Auto, a manufacturer of two and three wheelers in India, Indonesia and South America, part of the Bajaj group Bajaj Group, a group of Indian firms in diverse businesses founded by Jamnalal Bajaj Bajaj Tempo, former name of Force Motors, a m ...

Desa

Desa or DESA may refer to: Iran Heavy Diesel Manufacturing Company DESA, a manufacturer of diesel engines in Iran Desa monarch, a medieval Serbian ruler United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs UNDESA Desa Bithynia, a Roman town ...

Halfway

Halfway, Calloway County, Kentucky Halfway, Virginia Halfway, Michigan, former name of Eastpointe, Michigan Halfway, Illinois Little Juarez, a former community in Williamson County, Illinois Half Way, California Halfway, Barren County, Kentucky H ...

Convoy (disambiguation)

Convoy TV series, a 1965 television series starring John Gavin Convoy 1978 film, a film by Sam Peckinpah and Kris Kristofferson, inspired by the C. W. McCall song of the same name Convoy 1927 film, an American silent film starring Lowell Sherman ...

Nonsuch

Nonsuch 1650 ship, the English ship that sailed into Hudson Bay in 1668–69 Nonsuch sailboat, a cat-rigged sailboat manufactured in Canada USS Nonsuch 1813, a US warship from 1813 HMS Nonsuch, name of several English and British warships Nonsuch 1 ...

Kawai (disambiguation)

Kawai Station Ibaraki, a railway station on the Suigun Line operated by East Japan Railway Company Kawai, Nara, a town in Nara Prefecture, Japan Kawai Point, a jutting headland on the island of Kauai in the Hawaiian Islands Kawai Station Tokyo, a ...

Mali (disambiguation)

Mali, Guinea, a town in Guinea Mali Prefecture, a prefecture in Guinea Mali Empire, a Mandinka nation that existed from c. 1247 to c. 1600 Mali, Ardabil, a town in Iran Mali Federation, a former country in Western Africa Mali River, a river in My ...

CACC

CACC may refer to: Center for Animal Care and Control, the non-profit operator of New York Citys municipal shelter system Correlated Active Clause Coverage, A Logic Coverage Criterion from Software Testing Citizens for Alternatives to Chemical Co ...

FAL

Fal, South Khorasan, a village in Iran Fal Rural District, Fars Province, Iran River Fal, Cornwall, England Fal, Fars, a village in Iran Fal or Inis Fail, an ancient name for Ireland

BUA Cement

BUA Cement PLC is a publicly listed firm headquartered in Nigeria, it produces and markets cement products in the country. It is the second largest producer in Nigeria after Dangote Cement. The company was formed through the consolidation of the ...

Babcock (disambiguation)

Babcock Lake, a lake in California Babcock, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community Babcock, Georgia, an unincorporated community Babcock Lakes, former ponds in Washington, D.C. Babcock, West Virginia Babcock crater, a lunar crater Babcock State P ...

Kalmar (disambiguation)

Kalmar may refer to: Kalmar, Iran, a village in Mazandaran Province, Iran Kalmar County, Sweden Kalmar, a city in Småland, Sweden Kalmar Union, a Scandinavian political union of the Middle Ages Kalmar Municipality, Sweden Kalmar Verkstad, a Swedi ...

Nygaard

Nygårds hagar, a village area near Stockholm Nygård, Sweden, a village in Lilla Edet Municipality

TPC

Tournament Players Championship United Kingdom, a European Tour golf tournament Tournament Players Championship, an earlier name of The Players Championship TPC at Sawgrass, US golf course Tournament Players Club, a chain of golf courses

WLT

WLT may mean: The Welsh Terrier has Canadian Kennel Club breed code WLT Wildlife Land Trust, an initiative of the Humane Society of the United States Wallington railway station has National Rail code WLT Astro Wah Lai Toi, Malaysian pay-channel 3 ...

KMC

Kmc and KMC may refer to: Kadapa Municipal Corporation An act by Benny Benassi, an Italian DJ KMC Chain Industrial, company producing bicycle chains Kasturba Medical College, Manipal Kirori Mal College, in Delhi Karachi Metropolitan Corporation K ...

DAE

Department of Atomic Energy India, an Indian government department responsible for administration of Indias nuclear programme DAE chemotherapy, a chemotherapy regimen consisting of Daunorubicin, Ara-C cytarabine and Etoposide Destacamento de Acçõ ...

M10

Noble M10, a British sports car built by Noble Automotive Ltd BMW M10, an I4 piston engine produced from 1961 to 1987

B6

a generation of Audi A4, manufactured from 2001 to 2005 a fully armoured version of the Bentley Arnage Series Two RL a member of the Mazda B engine series

Economic inequality in South Korea

Korea is a country with growing economic inequality. Low-income workers at 37.8 percent account for 8.47 percent, or 31 trillion won, of the total income. On the other hand, 1.7 percent or 32 trillion won accounts for 1.4 percent of workers earni ...

Hypo

Hypo may be short for: Hypothecation Hypodermic needle, syringe, or injection HYPO Steiermark, brand name of Landes-Hypothekenbank Steiermark in Austria Hypo Landesbank Vorarlberg Hypo Noe Gruppe Hypo Verband, brand name of Verband der osterreich ...

Crew (disambiguation)

Crews Hole, Bristol, an industrial area in east Bristol, England, near St George Crew, County Tyrone, a townland in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland Crew, County Antrim, a townland in County Antrim, Northern Ireland

GMAC

GMAC Inc. General Motors Acceptance Corporation, former name of Ally Financial GMAC Insurance, former name of National General Insurance Graduate Management Admission Council, an international association of business schools GMAC ResCap Residenti ...

Holdout

"Hold Out" Tom Robinson song, a 1979 song by the Tom Robinson Band on the album TRB Two "Hold Out" Matthew Saunoa song, a 2006 song by Matthew Saunoa "Hold Out" Sam Fender song, 2020 Hold Out, a 1980 album by Jackson Browne

Moonland

Moonlander musical instrument, a biheaded electric guitar designed by Yuri Landman "Moonland", a 2008 song by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds from their album Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!! Moonlander album, a 2013 studio album by Stone Gossard