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Megan Lloyd

Megan Lloyd is an American illustrator of childrens books. A book she illustrated, The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything, was a Publishers Weekly seasonal bestseller for multiple years. Another book, Fancy That, received a starred re ...

Mohammed Mostajo-Radji

Mohammed Mostajo-Radji is a Bolivian scientist and diplomat. As the Bolivian Ambassador for Science, Technology and Innovation, he is currently the only Latin American science diplomat at the rank of ambassador.

Forcing

Forcing mathematics, a technique for obtaining independence proofs for set theory Forcing bulbs, the inducement of plants to flower earlier than their natural season Forcing recursion theory, a modification of Paul Cohens original set theoretic t ...

Sommerfeld effect

In mechanics, Sommerfeld effect is a phenomenon arising from feedback in the energy exchange between vibrating systems: for example, when for the rocking table, under given conditions, energy transmitted to the motor resulted not in higher revolu ...

Black moth

Hypena scabra, black snout moth Arctornis l-nigrum, black V moth Epicoma melanospila, black spot moth Idia lubricalis, glossy black idia moth Ascalapha odorata, black witch moth Panthea acronyctoides, black zigzag moth Biston betularia, peppered ...

InterviewBit

InterviewBit is an Indian e-learning platform aimed at professionals and engineering students. The startup was a part of Sequoia India’s Surge accelerator program and it has raised.5 million in two funding rounds.

Abdul Hakim Harahap

Abdul Hakim Harahap was a Bataknese civil employee and politician. Born in Medan from a Bataknese father and mom, Abdul Hakim Harahap was employed in the customs and excises office after finishing his studies at the Prins Hendrikschool. After the ...

Innova Market Insights

Innova Market Insights is the global insights platform for the food and beverage industry. It is based on a global network present in over 75 countries. It uses advanced data analytics to convert industry leading market research into meaningful g ...

MarketPsych

MarketPsych was founded in 2001 by Richard L. Peterson, M.D. and Frank Murtha, PhD. The company initially focused on behavioral finance coaching and trainings for financial professionals. In 2004 the company began media sentiment analysis and in ...

Geohistory

Geohistory may refer to: Historical geography – changes to geographical aspects of particular societies and environments; sub-disciplines of geography such as sub-disciplines of geology, such as the geological history of the Earth itself; Histori ...

Wan Weixing

Wan Weixing was a Chinese space physicist. He was a member of the Jiusan Society. He was an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Cheetham

Manchester Cheetham UK Parliament constituency, a parliamentary constituency in the city of Manchester Cheetham Hill, a suburban area of the city of Manchester, England Cheetham and Altona Important Bird Area, Melbourne, Australia Cheetham Ice To ...

Riviere de la Tortue (Delson)

The riviere de la Tortue is a tributary of the south shore of the St. Lawrence River, flowing in the administrative region of Monteregie, southwest of the province of Quebec, in Canada. This river flows in the Regional County Municipality of: Rou ...

Saint-Pierre River (Saint-Regis River tributary)

The Saint-Pierre river is a tributary of the east bank of the Saint-Regis River. The Saint-Pierre river flows in the municipality of Saint-Remi, and Saint-Constant, in the administrative region of Monteregie, southwest of Quebec, in Canada. The r ...

Ritten (mountain)

The Ritten is a mountain ridge in the southeast of the Sarntal Alps in South Tyrol. It is bordered in the west by Sarntal, in the east by Eisacktal and in the south by the Bozner basin. In the north, it is dominated by the Rittner Horn. The appro ...

North Pike River (Pike River)

The Riviere aux Brochets Nord is a tributary of the Pike River. This watercourse crosses the territory of the municipalities of Dunham and Stanbridge East in the Brome-Missisquoi Regional County Municipality, in the administrative region of Monte ...

Riviere des Iroquois (Richelieu River tributary)

The Riviere des Iroquois is a tributary of the Richelieu River. It flows in the Saint-Luc sector, of the municipality of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, in the Le Haut-Richelieu Regional County Municipality, in the region administrative of Monteregie, ...

Heart on Ice

Heart on Ice is a song by American rapper Rod Wave, released in May 2019 as a single for his fifth mixtape PTSD. The remix of the song, featuring American rapper Lil Durk, was released in September 2019 as a single for Waves debut studio album Gh ...

Fissure (disambiguation)

Fissure of the nipple, a condition that results from running, breastfeeding and other friction-causing exposures Skin fissure Anal fissure Fissured tongue, a condition characterized by deep grooves fissures in the tongue Fissure dentistry, a brea ...

Global cooling (disambiguation)

Global cooling was a 1970s conjecture about global climate change. Global cooling may also refer to: Late Antique Little Ice Age in historical times Little Ice Age, a period from the 16th to 19th centuries characterized by cooling and coincident ...

Herculia

Herculia and Herculius derive from Hercules, a noted demigod of Greek mythology popularized in Ancient Rome. The terms can refer to: Some Ancient Roman military units Legio II Herculia Legio VI Herculia later promoted and renamed Herculiani Cohor ...

Aïn Beïda

Aïn Beïda may refer to several places and jurisdictions in Northern Africa: In Algeria Aïn Beïda, Oran, a municipality or commune in Oran Province Aïn Beïda, Oum El Bouaghi, a municipality or commune in Oum El Bouaghi province Aïn Beïda, Bouira, ...

Aphrodisium

Aphrodisium or Aphrodision may refer to: Aphrodisium, a sacred grove near Psophis in Greece Aphrodisium, the ancient port of Hippo Regius in Africa, now the Algerian city of Annaba Aphrodisium Cyprus, a town in ancient Cyprus anything of or relat ...

Blackheath

Black Heath, Virginia, USA, a late 18th and 19th century plantation and coal mine Blackheath, New South Wales, Australia Blackheath, Gauteng, in Johannesburg, South Africa

Vagenetia

Vagenetia was a medieval Slavic-Bulgarian region covering the territory of the Roman provinces of Old Epirus and New Epirus. The term was in use from the 7th century to the 15th century. During the Slavic invasion of the Balkans, Baiounitai settl ...

西海

西海, meaning "west sea", may refer to: In the Chinese reading Xīhǎi: Qinghai Lake, one of the Four Seas of China Xihai Jun, a prefecture of ancient China In the Korean reading Seohae, alternatively spelled Sŏhae: Sohae University 서해대학교/西海 ...

Wangcheng

Wangcheng may refer to the following places in China: Wangcheng District, a district of Changsha, Hunan Wangcheng Zhou dynasty, an ancient settlement from the Eastern Zhou period, located near modern Luoyang, Henan Wangcheng Economic and Technolo ...

Klio

Klio may refer to: KLIO-FM, initial designation of KLZT, a radio station licensed to Bastrop, Texas 84 Klio, an asteroid Klio journal, a journal of ancient history published in Germany SS Klio, two ships of Neptun Line, Germany KFTI, a radio stat ...

Poros (disambiguation)

Poros is a Greek island-pair in the southern part of the Saronic Gulf. Poros may also refer to: Poros Attica, a deme of ancient Attica Poros stone is named after the islands Any of several villages in Greece: Poros, Grevena, a village of the Grev ...

Pelorus

Pelorus, an ancient Greek name of a river in Caucasian Iberia, probably the modern-day Aragvi Pelorus Islet, an islet in South Australia Pelorus Sicily, a peninsula of the island of Sicily Pelorus River, a river in the South Island of New Zealand ...

Etrurian

Etrurian may refer to: Etrurian art Etrurian numerals Etrurian society Etrurian mythology Etrurian history Etrurian origins Etrurian cities Something derived from or related to Etrurian civilization The Etrurian language, an extinct language in a ...

Shari Mendelson

Shari Mendelson is an American artist and educator, known for her sculptures of animals, fertility figures, and vessels made of recycled plastic materials. She is based in Brooklyn and upstate New York in the Catskills.

Mikhail Kazakov

Mikhail Ilyich Kazakov was an army general of the Soviet Army and a Hero of the Soviet Union. After serving as an ordinary soldier in the final stages of the Russian Civil War, Kazanov became a political commissar during the 1920s but shifted ove ...

Ram Krishna Wadhwa

Assistant Commandant Ram Krishna Wadhwa, MVC was an officer of the Border Security Force. He was awarded the Maha Vir Chakra posthumously, Indias second highest award for gallantry in the face of the enemy, during Indo-Pakistani War of 1971.

Dorotheus (magister militum)

Dorotheus was a Byzantine military commander. While being Magister Militum per Armemam he won a battle against the Persians, in 530, as well as taking part in the Battle of Satala. At Satala he defended the city while his superior Sittas was hidd ...

Corycus (disambiguation)

Corycus may refer to: Corycus alga, a brown alga genus in the family Chordariaceae Hayton of Corycus, medieval Armenian historian places Gramvousa island off Crete, anciently known as Corycus Corycus Pamphylia, a city in Pamphylia Corycus Lycia, ...

CUT&Tag sequencing

CUT&Tag-sequencing, also known as cleavage under targets and tagmentation, is a method used to analyze protein interactions with DNA. CUT&Tag-sequencing combines antibody-targeted controlled cleavage by a protein A-Tn5 fusion with massive ...

Metric dimension

In mathematics, metric dimension may refer to: Minkowski–Bouligand dimension also called the metric dimension, a way of determining the dimension of a fractal set in a Euclidean space by counting the number of fixed-size boxes needed to cover the ...

Complex space

A complex space is a mathematical space based upon complex numbers. Types of complex space include: Complex vector space, a vector space whose scalar field is the complex numbers Complex affine space, an affine space over the complex numbers, wit ...

Blumberg theorem

In mathematics, the Blumberg theorem states that for any real function f: ℝ → ℝ there is a dense subset D of ℝ such that the restriction of f to D is continuous. For instance, the restriction of the Dirichlet function the indicator function of th ...

Complete topological space

In mathematics, if a topological space X {\displaystyle X} is said to be complete, it may mean: that X {\displaystyle X} has been equipped with an additional Cauchy space structure which is complete, e. g., that it is a complete metric space with ...

Geodesic bicombing

In metric geometry, a geodesic bicombing distinguishes a class of geodesics of a metric space. The study of metric spaces with distinguished geodesics traces back to the work of the mathematician Herbert Busemann. The convention to call a collect ...

Frechet–Urysohn space

In the field of topology, a Frechet–Urysohn space is a topological space X with the property that for every subset S ⊆ X {\displaystyle S\subseteq X}, the closure of S in X is identical to the sequential closure of S in X. Frechet–Urysohn spaces ...

Surjection of Frechet spaces

The theorem on the surjection of Frechet spaces is an important theorem, due to Stefan Banach, that characterizes when a continuous linear operator between Frechet spaces is surjective. The importance of this theorem is related to the open mappin ...

Residue

Residue chemistry, materials remaining after a physical separation process, or by-products of a chemical reaction Petroleum residue, the heavier fractions of crude oil that fail to vaporize in an oil refinery Crop residue, materials left after ag ...

Weierstrass theorem

Several theorems are named after Karl Weierstrass. These include: The Weierstrass–Casorati theorem describes the behavior of holomorphic functions near essential singularities The Weierstrass approximation theorem, of which one well known general ...

Light Up

"Light Up The World", a 2012 song by Yasmin "Light Up", a single and song by Styx from Equinox "Light Up" Drake song, a song by Drake featuring Jay-Z "Light Up", a song by Inna from Party Never Ends "Light Up", a song by Tegan and Sara from Sainthood

Results of the 2020 Libertarian Party presidential primaries

This article contains the results of the 2020 Libertarian Party presidential primaries and caucuses, non-binding results by various state affiliates of the Libertarian Party to gauge support for Libertarian presidential candidates prior to the 20 ...

Unitary theory

Unitarity physics, a restriction on any theory in physics that all probabilities must sum to one Unitary gauge, a particular choice of a gauge fixing in a gauge theory with a spontaneous symmetry breaking

Random recursive tree

In a recursive tree with n {\displaystyle n} vertices, the vertices are labeled by the numbers from 1 {\displaystyle 1} to n {\displaystyle n}, and the labels must decrease along any path to the root of the tree. These trees are unordered, in the ...