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A0

A0, A-0, A 0, or a 0 may refer to: Characters of type A 0, an older term for algebraic Hecke characters a 0, the accepted mathematical symbol for the Bohr radius A0 highway Zimbabwe, a highway which orbits Zimbabwe A00, Irregular chess openings c ...

Stone Temple Pilots (disambiguation)

Stone Temple Pilots is an American rock band. Stone Temple Pilots may also refer to: Stone Temple Pilots 2010 album, the first official self-titled release by the band and the final release with Scott Weiland Stone Temple Pilots 2018 album, the f ...

Pilot Knob

Pilot Knob can refer to: Pilot Knob, Texas, unincorporated place Pilot Knob Mountain, a tank gunnery range at Fort Hood, Texas Pilot Knob State Park near Forest City, Iowa Pilot Knob State Nature Preserve, Powell County, Kentucky Pilot Knob, Indi ...

Blue Bus

Blue Bus of Bolton, acquired by Arriva North-West & Wales Blue Bus of North Lanarkshire, also known as Blue Bus of Shotts, or Law of Shotts Blue Bus of Staffordshire, also known as Scraggs Motors Blue Bus Services, an operating division of Busway ...

Metrobus

Metrobus Miami, the bus network of Miami-Dade Transit in Miami, Florida, United States Metrobus Montreal, an express bus between Repentigny, Quebec and Radisson, Canada El Metropolitano, a public transit system in Lima, Peru MetroBus St. Louis, t ...

Citybus

Citybus or City bus may refer to: Citybus Hong Kong, a bus operator headquartered in Hong Kong, with routes within Hong Kong as well as cross border routes between Hong Kong and Mainland China Plymouth Citybus, a bus operator in the city of Plymo ...

Busway

Bus rapid transit, bus systems including some elements of light railways or metro systems Guided busway, concrete tracks exclusively for modified buses Bus lane, a lane reserved for buses and in some cases for taxis as well

List of Metrobus routes in Maryland

This is a list of bus routes operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, branded as Metrobus in Montgomery County, Maryland or Prince Georges County, Maryland. Most routes operated under Streetcars in Washington, D.C., and Mar ...

List of Metrobus routes in Virginia

This is a list of bus routes operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, branded as Metrobus in Northern Virginia. Most routes operated under Northern Virginia trolleys, the Alexandria, Barcroft and Washington Transit Company, ...

National Express (disambiguation)

National Express may refer to: National Express, transport company listed on the London stock exchange National Express Midland Metro, tram operator in the West Midlands National Express East Coast, train operating company that operated the Inter ...

Atlantic Express

Atlantic Express may refer to: Atlantic Express Gambia airline a Gambian airline 2004-2005 Atlantic Express, previous name for Eos Airlines, a United States airline Atlantic Express, a named train operated by the Canadian Pacific Railway Atlantic ...

Kaiserbahnhof

Kaiserbahnhof refers to some private railway stations of Germany and Austria used by the Kaisers. Nowadays they are historical buildings that are part of their related modern stations. Kaiserbahnhof may refer to the following places in Germany: K ...

China Railway (disambiguation)

China Railway may refer to companies related to defunct Ministry of Railways: China Railway Engineering Corporation, former construction company, now holding company China Railway Seventh Group China Railway, the national railway operator China R ...

SRH

SRH may refer to: In physics, an abbreviation for the Shockley-Read-Hall process, a type of carrier generation and recombination related to defects in a crystal Self-rated health, a technique for measuring the health of an individual or group Soc ...

Oaklands

Oaklands may refer to: Places: Oaklands, Gauteng, a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa Oaklands, Hertfordshire, England Oaklands, County Tyrone, a townland in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland Oaklands, New South Wales, a town in Australia Oaklan ...

Sarnia (disambiguation)

Sarnia is a city in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. Sarnia may also refer to: the Sarnia - Lambton electoral district, previously known as Sarnia the Sarnia airport the Sarnia railway station various concepts related to the Canadian city sports tea ...

Asturias (disambiguation)

Asturias, Cebu, a municipality in the Philippines Kingdom of Asturias, established in the early 8th century by King Pelagius of Asturias Parque Asturias, a defunct stadium in Mexico City

C32

C32, C 32 or C-32 may refer to: Caldwell 32 NGC 4631, the Whale Galaxy, a spiral galaxy in the constellation Canes Venatici Bill C-32, a proposed bill that would amend the Copyright Act of Canada Caterpillar C32, a V12 diesel engine Mercedes Benz ...

CLM

Closed-loop manufacturing, a closed-loop process of manufacturing and measuring in the manufacturing machine CLM Entertainment, a British artist management company formed by Colin Lester CH2M Hill, Laing ORourke and Mace, a joint venture appointe ...

Route 96

Route 96 may refer to: Melbourne tram route 96, Australia Winnipeg Route 96, Canada Route 96 Iceland OC Transpo Route 96, a bus rapid transit route in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada London Buses route 96, UK In the U.S.: Utah State Route 96 Washington S ...

Poo

POO, the National Rail alpha code for Poole railway station POO, the IATA code for Poços de Caldas Airport, Brazil Poo Cabrales, a parish in Cabrales, Asturias, Spain Poo, Himachal Pradesh, India, a small town

Denwa (song)

"Denwa" is the 35th single by Japanese singer/songwriter Chisato Moritaka. Written by Moritaka and Yuichi Takahashi, the single was released by One Up Music on March 4, 1998. The song was used in a Kanebo Sala shampoo commercial featuring Moritak ...

Nice and Easy

Nice and Easy, or Nice n Easy, or similar, may refer to: "Nice n Easy" song, a 1991 song by the American pop band The Real Milli Vanilli from their album The Moment of Truth Nice N Easy, a former gas station in which is now Circle K. Nice n Easy ...

Aussie (disambiguation)

Aussie may refer to: Aussie Financial Group, formally Aussie Home Loans Aussie, an Australian soldier newspaper from the First World War. Aussie award, an Inflatable Rescue Boat IRB Racing award Aussie shampoo, a brand of shampoo Australian dolla ...

No More Tears (disambiguation)

"No More Tears" Modjo song "No More Tears Enough Is Enough", a song by Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer "No More Tears" Ozzy Osbourne song, the title song from the Ozzy Osbourne album "No More Tears" Angela Winbush song "No More Tears" Jeanette ...

Pert

USS Pert 1812 - see List of United States Navy ships: P USS Pert PG-95, a World War II corvette, originally HMS Nepeta Pert sidewheeler, a 19th-century steamboat that operated in British Columbia, Canada

The Dream Chapter: Eternity

The Dream Chapter: Eternity is the second extended play by South Korean boy band TXT. It was released on May 18, 2020 by Big Hit Entertainment. It served as a follow-up to TXTs first studio album The Dream Chapter: Magic. The album contains six s ...

H&S

H&S can refer to: Head and shoulders chart pattern, a graphing pattern commonly found in financial markets Head & Shoulders, a brand of shampoo Headquarters and Service Company or Headquarters and Service Battalion in a U.S. Marine Corps regi ...

UFC (disambiguation)

Uniting for Consensus UfC, multinational opposition to permanent seats at the UN Security Council UFC Group, a Mongolian food and beverage company University of Franche-Comte Universite de Franche-Comte, in Besançon, France Federal University of ...

FS

FS Film, a Finnish film distributor FS musician real name Fred Sargolini, American dubstep producer and DJ from New York FS Catalogue, a numbered list of all compositions by Carl Nielsen

MCG (disambiguation)

McGrath Airport, Alaska, US IATA code McGregor station, Texas, US station code Make Cars Green, a campaign for more environmentally friendly motoring

OCU

OCU may mean: Osaka City University, a public university in Osaka, Japan Orthodox Church of Ukraine Operational Command Unit, a unit in a police force One Cohesive Unit, a nickname for Annville-Cleonas mens high school soccer team Operational Con ...

1950 East German state elections

State elections were held in East Germany on 15 October 1950. They were the last state elections in the country, as the states were dissolved in 1952. Voters were presented with a single list from the Socialist Unity Party of Germany-dominated Na ...

Government of Imo State

The Government of Imo State consists of elected representatives and appointed officials responsible for the government of Imo State, Nigeria. Imo State has a population of over 4 to 5 million people, and is one of the 36 states that make up the F ...

Coalition for Global Prosperity

The Coalition for Global Prosperity is a London-based not-for-profit campaign group which brings together community, political, military, and faith leaders in support of Great Britain’s role in international aid and development.

Chris Ramsey (adventurer)

Chris Ramsey is a British adventurer and sustainable living advocate, who became the first person to drive the Mongol Rally in an electric vehicle. He also holds the Guinness World Record for the longest distance traveled on an electric bike in 1 ...

EMR

Emerson Electric, an American company with NYSE symbol EMR Eastern Maine Railway, an American short line railroad. EMR Telemetry, an American technology company East Midlands Railway, a British train operating company European Metal Recycling, a ...

Metal swarf

Metal swarf, also known as chips or by other process-specific names, are pieces of metal that are the debris or waste resulting from machining or similar subtractive manufacturing processes. Metal swarf can be small particles or long, stringy ten ...

Aggregate

Aggregate Server Access Protocol, used by the Reliable server pooling RSerPool framework Aggregate root, a concept in the Domain-driven Design software development process Aggregate class, a type of class supported by C++ Aggregate Level Simulati ...

FEP

FEP may refer to Federação Escotista de Portugal, the Scouting Federation of Portugal Federation of European Professional Photographers Forum for European Philosophy Fort Edmonton Park, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Federation of European Publishe ...

Wonderfonteinspruit

Wonderfonteinspruit is a small river situated in the Highveld region on South Africa. Its source has been disputed in the past although it is now accepted that the river originates in the West Rand of Gauteng in between Krugersdorp and Randfontei ...

Psychology of climate change denial

The psychology of climate change denial is the study of why humans engage in climate change denial, despite the scientific consensus on anthropogenic climate change. The number of people denying climate change is increasing, contrary to the incre ...

BFI (disambiguation)

Bureau of Fraud Investigation, Irish national police division responsible for investigating fraudulent activity Boeing Field, Seattle, Washington, United States by IATA airport code

Public-private partnerships in the United States

Public-private partnerships are cooperative arrangements between two or more public and private sectors, typically of a long-term nature. In the United States, they mostly took the form of toll roads concessions, community post offices and urban ...

Shivangi Pathak

Shivangi Pathak is an Indian mountaineer born in Hisar, Haryana in August, 2002. At age 16, she became Indias youngest person to climb the worlds highest peak, Mount Everest, on 16 May 2018 from the Nepal side. She climbed Russias highest peak Mo ...

KFUM Roskilde

KFUMs Boldklub Roskilde is an association football club based in the town of Roskilde, Denmark, that competes in the Denmark Series, the fourth tier of the Danish football league system. Founded in 1929, it is affiliated to DBU Zealand. The team ...

Special Troops Training Center

The Special Troops Training Center CFTS, is located in the town of Biskra, 405 km south-east of Algiers. Originally the CFTS was created under the supervision of the Special Troops Superior School ESTS, however it became completely autonomous fro ...

Special Intervention Regiment (Algeria)

The Special Intervention Regiment is a special forces regiment belonging to the Algerian Republican Guard based in Khemsiti in the Tipaza Province.

116th Operational Maneuvers Regiment

The 116th RMO was created in 2016 after the dissolution of the ex Special Intervention Group of the ex DRS the Algerian intelligence service. this regiment would have been created in order to replace the ex SIG. However, the 116th RMO has a diffe ...

Callao (disambiguation)

Callao Avenue, Buenos Aires, Argentina Callao Line B Buenos Aires Metro Callao Line D Buenos Aires Metro Callao Square, Madrid, Spain Callao Cave, Peñablanca, Cagayan province, Philippines Constitutional Province of Callao, Peru, coterminous with ...