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S&T

S&T can refer to: Switching and terminal railroad Sky & Telescope, a magazine Science and technology, the counterpart of R&D Signalling and Telecommunications or Signalling and Telegraphy in Railway signalling S&T Dynamics, machine-to ...

Atlantica (disambiguation)

Atlantica may refer to: Atlantica magazine, a magazine about art published in the Canary Islands Atlantica-1, a submarine telecommunications cable system linking the USA, Bermuda, Venezuela and Brazil Wingco Atlantica, a prototype aircraft Atlant ...

BHT

BHT may refer to: Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Behavioral Health Technician Mental Health Services Broken Hill type ore deposit Bright Homes TV, a component of Bright House Networks Black hairy tongue Boğaziçi Hava Tasımacılığı, a short-lived Turkish ...

OPD

Oakland Police Department, a U.S. law enforcement agency in California Orlando Police Department, a U.S. law enforcement agency in Florida Omaha Police Department, a U.S. law enforcement agency in Nebraska

UNE

Une may refer to: Une, the chemical symbol for the element Unnilennium now known as Meitnerium Une, a town in Colombia UNE can mean: Unbundled Network Element, a telecommunications regulation requirement in the United States Unidad Nacional de la ...

Fifth generation

History of video game consoles fifth generation 1993-2002 Fifth Generation Systems, a security and utility software manufacturer for PCs and Macs founded in 1984 5th-Generation Wireless Systems, mobile telecommunications technologies Fifth genera ...

Office national des postes

Office national de postes is French for "national post office", and may refer to: Direction des services postaux de lOffice National des Postes et de lEpargne, of Central African Republic Poste Maroc Niger Poste, the Office des Postes et Telecomm ...

MTSA

MTSA Consultancy Established in 2015 By Eng. Mehmet Samancioglu Technical and business consultancy; Provides advice on compressor selection & upgraded piston sealing design & materials-polymer alloys, Lubrication system, Compressor Valves, Engine ...

IPSS

International Prostate Symptom Score, a short questionnaire to help screen for benign prostatic hyperplasia BPH Inferior petrosal sinus sampling, a procedure to help distinguish types of Cushings disease International Prognostic Scoring System, a ...

Airtel (disambiguation)

Airtel may refer to: Airtel-Vodafone, an Indian mobile network operator in Channel Islands, UK. Airtel Bangladesh, an Indian mobile network operator in Bangladesh. Airtel digital TV, The digital television services offered by airtel. Bharti Airte ...

VTM

VTM may refer to: VVC Test Model; see Versatile Video Coding, a proposed video compression standard Telecom Enforcement Resource and Monitoring previously Vigilance Telecom Monitoring, the vigilance and monitoring wing of the Indian Department of ...

ITN (disambiguation)

ITN is Independent Television News, a British news producer. ITN may also refer to: Independent Television Network, a Sri Lankan broadcaster Iran TV Network Canada

One-to-one

One-to-one communication, the act of an individual communicating with another One-to-one function, also called an injective function One-to-one marketing or personalized marketing, an attempt to make a unique product offering for each customer On ...

J6

J6, J06, J 6 or J-6 may refer to: Samsung Galaxy J6 Android mobile phone ATC code J06 Immune sera and immunoglobulins, a subgroup of the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification System Shenyang J-6, Chinese version of the Soviet MiG-19 jet ...

CIK

Confederazione Italiana Kendo, a Kendo Federation in Italy CIK Telecom, a Canadian telecommunications company Caisse Interprofessionnelle de Depots et de Virements de Titres, a Belgian central securities depository acquired by Euroclear Commissio ...

8B

8B or VIII-B may refer to: Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8B, an Italian luxury car made between 1931 and 1934 Stalag VIII-B, a notorious German Army prisoner of war camp near Lamsdorf Boeing XF8B, a single-engine aircraft developed by Boeing 8b/10b encod ...

TSI

Triple sugar iron test or TSI slant, of a microorganisms ability to ferment sugars Total solar irradiance received at top of atmosphere Turbo fuel stratified injection, a VW engine trademark TSI or TFSI Time-Slot Interchange, communications netwo ...

UMT

UMT can refer to: Moroccan Workers Union French: Union Marocaine du Travail Universal Military Training University of Management and Technology, Virginia in United States University of Management and Technology, Lahore in Pakistan Metropolitan Un ...

HTO

HTO may refer to: Minica Huitoto, spoken in Colombia and Peru Partially tritiated water East Hampton Airport, in New York, United States Hohmann transfer orbit Waco HTO, an American biplane Hostile takeover HTO Park a beach in Toronto, Ontario, C ...

PDU

PDU may stand for: Professional Development Units, credits toward certification or re-certification at Project Management Institute PMI Power distribution unit, for distributing electrical power Procedure defined unit, a relative unit of measurem ...

UPT

UPT and Upt can stand for: Universitatea Politehnica, din Timisoara Polytechnic University of Timișoara, Romania Unpenttrium, a hypothetical chemical element in the extended periodic table with the temporary symbol Upt UK railway stations – U in ...

OAO

OAO, a three-letter acronym, may stand for: Open joint-stock company Russian: О ткрытое A кционерное O бщество, business incorporation in Russia, Ukraine etc. Orbiting Astronomical Observatory, the name of four NASA scientific satellites Oddworld ...

GCTC

GCTC may refer to: Great Canadian Theatre Company, a dramatic theatre company in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Global City Teams Challenge, a collaborative platform for the development of smart cities and communities, led by National Institute of Stand ...

Avenir

Avenir, former name of StoryMill, a novel-writing application Avenir: Mirai, Kaori Iidas third studio album "Avenir" song, a 2014 song by Louane Emera Avenir, a fictional company in the game Hyperdimension Neptunia

XECSAC-AM

XECSAC-AM is a noncommercial social radio station on 1210 AM in El Arenal, Jalisco. It is owned by Jose Trinidad Chavira Vargas and is known as Valles Digital Radio.

Rejection

Rejection, or the verb reject, may refer to: Social rejection, in psychology, an interpersonal situation that occurs when a person or group of people exclude an individual from a social relationship In basketball, rejection is a slang term for a ...

TVH

TVH is a short form of several things: Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, a 1986 film in the Star Trek franchise Thames Valley Harriers, an athletic club based at Linford Christie Stadium, West London Television Hokkaido TVh, a Japanese TV station in ...

Everest Link

Everest Link is an internet service provider founded in 2014 that provides high-speed internet and Wi-Fi in the remote Everest Region. It is the only internet provider at the Everest Base Camp, located at a height of 5.380m, making it the worlds ...

$50SAT

SAT is an American amateur radio satellite. It was launched on November 21, 2013 with a Dnepr rocket from the Dombarovsky Air Base, Orenburg, Russia. $50SAT was developed by Bob Twiggs at Morehead State University MSU along with three other radio ...

New England Telephone

New England Telephone was the commonly used name used of a US telecommunications company that primarily served New England from 1883 to 2000 and whose service area is split, as of 2019, between Verizon New England, where details of the corporate ...

Hotline (disambiguation)

A hotline is a point-to-point communications link in which a call is automatically directed to the preselected destination. Hotline or Hot Line may also refer to: Hotline White Heart album "Hot Line" song, a 1976 disco song performed by the Ameri ...

Slovak Church

Slovak Church may refer to: Czech and Slovak Orthodox Church, canonical branch of the Eastern Orthodox Church in Czech Republic and Slovakia Catholic Church in Slovakia, incorporating all communities and institutions of the Catholic Church in Slo ...

WARC

WARC may refer to: Warren Ashby Residential College at Mary Foust Hall, a living-learning community located on the campus of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro Web ARChive, an ISO standard for web archiving West African Research Cente ...

BCD

BCD character encoding, a 6-bit superset of binary-coded decimal derived from the binary encoding of the same name Binary-coded decimal, a representation of decimal digits in binary Boot Configuration Data, the configuration data required to boot ...

Do You Know

"Do You Know", a song by Xscape from Traces of My Lipstick "Do You Know", a song by The Slackers from The Question "Do You Know", a song by Fleetwood Mac from Behind the Mask "Do You Know", a song by Tonic from Head on Straight "Do You Know? The ...

2020 WSBL season

The 2020 WSBL season was to be the 32nd season of the Womens State Basketball League. The regular season was set to begin on Friday 20 March, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the season was cancelled.

2020 MSBL season

The 2020 MSBL season was to be the 32nd season of the Mens State Basketball League. The regular season was set to begin on Saturday 14 March, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the season was cancelled.

Mixx (disambiguation)

Mixx may refer to: Mixx FM a network of radio stations in Victoria, Australia owned by Ace Radio Mixx, a user-driven social networking website for news, pictures and video Mixx FM 91.9 also known as DZLR Mixx FM, a radio station in Naga City Toky ...

Retention

Customer retention Retention ratio, in company earnings Water retention medicine, abnormal accumulation of fluid in the body Retention of vision, in magic Retention basin, Memory and retention in learning Employee retention, the ability to keep e ...

Protecting agent (shipping)

Protecting agent or protective agent or supervisory agent in shipping is the person or entity that provide shipping agency services to the shipowners, charterers, time charterers in the situations where the conflict of interests exists or anticip ...

Phugwane River

The Phugwane River is a river in Limpopo Province, South Africa. It is a left hand tributary of the Shingwedzi River and the northernmost river of its catchment area, joining it in the middle of its basin. The Phugwane is a seasonal river whose r ...

IEE

IEE may stand for: Institution of Electrical Engineers, a British professional organisation now part of the Institution of Engineering and Technology Instituto de Estudos Empresariais, a Brazilian non-profit Intelligent Energy Europe, CIP Operati ...

Aloha Āina Party of Hawai`i

The Aloha Āina Party of Hawaii is a political party organization in Hawai`i that advocates for the sovereignty of Native Hawaiians and Hawaiian Nationals.

Anses

Anses may refer to: The Canton of Les Anses-dArlet Martinique Les Anses-dArlet, a town in Martinique The anses of Saturn plural of ansa is an early name for the handle-shaped protuberances either side of the planet ANSES Administracion Nacional d ...

EBR

EBR may refer to: Environmental Bill of Rights, in Ontario, Canada Eastern Bengal Railway of British India European Business Register Mk 14 Enhanced Battle Rifle Extended boot record Electronic Book Review, a scholarly journal Experimental Breede ...

R20

R20 may refer to: R20: Harmful by inhalation, a risk phrase in chemistry Chloroform R20, an air route between Alaska and Japan R20, a Samsung Sens laptop computer model R20 series, preferred numbers in industrial design USS R-20 SS-97, a 1918 sub ...

EMAS

Caloptilia emas, a moth of the family Gracillariidae European Menopause and Andropause Society, a European medical association EMAS Canada, a medical charity East Midlands Ambulance Service, in England Emas bond, a Malaysian financial instrument ...

Baldwin

Baldwin Street, in Dunedin, New Zealand, the worlds steepest street Baldwin Hills, neighborhood in Los Angeles, California Montgomery, Powys, named in Welsh "Trefaldwyn", meaning "The Town of Baldwin"

Ranald Macdonald (Australian journalist and educator)

Chesborough Ranald Macdonald known personally and professionally as Ranald Macdonald, is a retired Australian journalist, media executive, broadcaster and educator. Macdonald served as Managing Director of David Syme & Co. Limited from 1964 to 19 ...

Clear waters and green mountains

Clear waters and green mountains, alternatively green mountains are gold mountains or two mountain theory, refers to a political slogan on environmental policy formulated by Chinese Communist Party general secretary Xi Jinping. The full slogan is ...