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OVS

OVS may refer to: Object–verb–subject, a rare permutation of word order in linguistic typology Orchard View Schools, a school district in the U.S. state of Michigan Online Video Studio, an organization that works with different video platforms Op ...

Gerrit Dimmendaal

Gerrit Jan Dimmendaal is a Dutch linguist and Africanist. His research interests focused mainly on the Nilo-Saharan languages. He completed his studies 1973–1978 in African studies, Arabic studies, history, and comparative literature at Leiden Un ...

Sergei Nikolaev (linguist)

Sergei Lvovich Nikolaev is a Soviet and Russian linguist, specialist in comparative historical linguistics, Slavic accentology and dialectology. Author of a number of books and articles on Indo-European studies, accentology, and Slavic dialectolo ...

Thorsten Andersson

Karl Thorsten Gunnar Andersson was a Swedish toponymist, and a former Professor of Linguistics at Uppsala University.

Maps (disambiguation)

Metropolitan Area Projects Plan, a series of capital improvement programs in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Marketing and Planning Systems MaPS, a Millward Brown Company MAPS software, a proprietary web-based Assessment or EPortfolio service Multidiscip ...

1840–41 Royal Engineers maps of Palestine, Lebanon and Syria

The 1840–41 Royal Engineers maps of Palestine, Lebanon and Syria was an early scientific mapping of Palestine, Lebanon and Syria. It represented the second modern, triangulation-based, attempt at surveying Palestine. It has occasionally been misl ...

Ordnance

Ordnance Island, Bermuda, formerly a Royal Army Ordnance Corps depot, in St. Georges town Ordnance, Oregon, a former community near the Umatilla Chemical Depot

Cartography of Palestine

The cartography of the region of Palestine, also known as cartography of the Holy Land and cartography of the Land of Israel, is the creation, editing, processing and printing of maps of the region of Palestine from ancient times until the rise o ...

Drasko Scekic

Drasko Scekic is a Serb Montenegrin historian and novelist. The early education he completed in his native town and Teachers College in Banja Luka and Travnik. He graduated from the Faculty of Political Science in Sarajevo. He entered the world o ...

Society of Analytical Psychology

The Society of Analytical Psychology, known also as the SAP, incorporated in London, England, in 1945 is the oldest training organisation for Jungian analysts in the United Kingdom. Its first Honorary President in 1946 was Carl Jung. The Society ...

British Psychotherapy Foundation

The British Psychotherapy Foundation, Bpf, is the successor organisation to three former long-established British psychotherapy providers and clinical training institutions which merged in April 2013. The original constituents are the British Ass ...

Crowdsourced psychological science

Crowdsourced science refers to collaborative contributions of a large group of people to the different steps of the research process in science. In psychology, the nature and scope of the collaborations can vary in their application and in the be ...

Gyorgy Csepeli

Gyorgy Csepeli is a Hungarian social psychologist, sociologist, politician, professor emeritus at the Eotvos Lorand University, former Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs at the Ministry of Information of Hungary. His research, books, ...

Ozer Schild

Erling Ozer Schild, a Danish-born Israeli academic, was President of the University of Haifa and President of the College of Judea and Samaria, known as "Ariel College".

C S Yogananda

C S Yogananda is a mathematician, currently serving as Professor of Mathematics at J.S.S Science and Technology University, Mysore. He is also an author and an entrepreneur. His writings of Mathematics have been published by many distinguished pu ...

Mastercard Foundation

The Mastercard Foundation is an international non-governmental organization established by Mastercard in 2006. The foundation develops programs primarily in education, employment and agriculture fields. The organization is located in Toronto, Ont ...

Hamlet on the Holodeck

Hamlet on the Holodeck: The Future of Narrative in Cyberspace is a 1997 book by Janet H. Murray about digital technologys influence on the development of narrative. Murray analyzes interactive cinema, hypertext fiction, and the future of storytel ...

Robert Lawrence

Robert Lawrence may refer to: Robert Lawrence martyr died 1535, English saint Robert Lawrence architect, president of the American Institute of Architects from 1981 to 1982 Bob Lawrence, baseball player Robert Morgan Lawrence, sex educator with t ...

MSE

Master of Software Engineering, a university degree; for example at the Information and Communications University Master of Science in Engineering, a university degree Master of Science in Software Engineering, a college degree in software engine ...

Dwight

Mabel Dwight 1875-1955, American artist Dwight given name Stephen Dwight, member of the Louisiana House of Representatives New England Dwight family of American educators, military and political leaders, and authors Ed Dwight, American test pilot ...

Competition (disambiguation)

Competition is any rivalry between two or more parties. Competition may also refer to: Competition companies, competition between multiple companies Competition economics, two or more businesses competing to provide goods or services to another p ...

Fitness

Fitness may refer to: Fitness and figure competition, a form of physique training, related to bodybuilding Fitness magazine, a womens magazine, focusing on health and exercise Fitness biology, an individuals ability to propagate its genes "Fitnes ...

Dietary biology of the brown bear

The brown bear is one of the most omnivorous animals in the world and has been recorded consuming the greatest variety of foods of any bear. Throughout life, this species is regularly curious about the potential of eating virtually any organism o ...

Gustavo Stolovitzky

Gustavo A. Stolovitzky is an Argentinian-born computational systems biologist. He is the Director of the Translational Systems Biology and Nano-Biotechnology Program in IBM Research and an IBM Fellow.

Computer science education

Computer Science Education or Computing Education is the science and art of teaching and learning of computer science, computing and computational thinking. As a subdiscipline of pedagogy it also addresses the wider impact of computer science in ...

Li Zhaoping

Li Zhaoping, born in Shanghai, China, is a brain scientist working in Germany. She is the only woman to win the first place in CUSPEA, an annual national physics competition in China during CUSPEAs 10 year history. She is the author of Understand ...

ICN

UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, an interdisciplinary grouping of physicians and scientists that is part of University College London ICN Graduate Business School, a French graduate business school in Nancy

CNC (disambiguation)

Civil Nuclear Constabulary, a UK police force that guards nuclear installations Cadet Nurse Corps, a World War II-era United States government program to train nurses Centre national du cinema et de limage animee, a cinema regulatory agency under ...

CNS

Cell, Nature, and Science, three of the most prestigious scientific journals involved in biomedical research Crystallography and NMR system, software library for computational structural biology Crigler–Najjar syndrome, rare hereditary disease Co ...

Association splitting

In competition to the existing negative associations typical of OCD e.g. cancer = death, alternative neutral or positive associations are strengthenened or newly established e.g., cancer = zodiac sign. The strengthening of neutral or positive ass ...

NSRL (disambiguation)

NSRL is primarily the acronym for Nationalsozialistischer Reichsbund fur Leibesubungen, the Sports Office of the Third Reich. The NSRL was disbanded in 1945 after Nazi Germanys defeat in World War II, when the American Military Government issued ...

John E. Lisman Memorial Lecture in Vision Science

The John E. Lisman 66 Memorial Lecture in Vision Science is an annual lecture given by a leading scholar in vision research who is selected by a committee at Brandeis University. The scholar visits Brandeis for 1-2 days to meet faculty, students, ...

David Polkinghorne (cricketer)

David Andrew Polkinghorne is a South African banker and former first-class cricketer. Polkinghorne was born at Durban in April 1966. He was educated at Kearsney College, before going up to the University of Natal. After completing his bachelor de ...

Interpretation

Heritage interpretation, communication about the nature and purpose of historical, natural, or cultural phenomena Language interpretation, the facilitation of dialogue between parties using different languages Literary theory, methods for interpr ...

Listen and Learn

Listen & Learn Hexstatic album "Listen and Learn", song by Screaming Orphans Listen, Learn, Read On song, redirects to Deep Purple album The Book of Taliesyn "Listen and Learn", song by SaulPaul Listen, Learn, Read On Deep Purple box set "Listen ...

J9

J9, J09, J 9 or J-9 may refer to: Junkers J 9, a factory designation for the 1917 German Junkers D.I fighter aircraft S/2003 J 9, a retrograde irregular satellite of Jupiter J9 Series, a trilogy of Japanese anime robot series; Braiger, Baxinger a ...

Sarah T. Barrows

Sarah Tracy Barrows was an American phonetician. She was best known for her pioneering work on the phonetics of American English pronunciation and her many applied phonetics publications aimed at public school teachers, speech therapists, actors ...

Louie discography (L-R)

"Louie Louie" is by some accounts the worlds most recorded rock song with estimates ranging from over 1.600 to more than 2.000. This is a discography of documented cover versions and performances available on various media including vinyl, tape, ...

Articulation

Articulation phonetics, the movement of the tongue, lips, jaw, and other speech organs to make speech sounds Manner of articulation, how speech organs involved in making a sound make contact Place of articulation, positions of speech organs to cr ...

Extraction

Fragrance extraction, the process of obtaining fragrant oils and compounds from raw materials Resource extraction, the process of locating, acquiring and selling any resource Petroleum extraction, the process of recovering petroleum from the grou ...

Space (disambiguation)

Space is the boundless three-dimensional extent in which objects and events have relative position and direction. Space, SPACE, spacing, or The Space may also refer to:

Walther von Hahn

Walther von Hahn is a German linguist and computer scientist and was until 2007 full professor both in Computer Science and Linguistics at the University of Hamburg.

ACL

Asianet Communications Limited Administration for Community Living Australian Christian Lobby Association of Costs Lawyers Ateliers et Chantiers de la Loire Arctic Co-operatives Limited Atlantic Container Line American Classical League Atlantic C ...

Leakage (machine learning)

In statistics and machine learning, leakage is the use of information in the model training process which would not be expected to be available at prediction time, causing the predictive scores to overestimate the models utility when run in a pro ...

Dark Force

Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II, the sequel to the 1995 video game and novellization Dark Side of The Force Dark Force, the Katana fleet, a fictional fleet in the Thrawn trilogy of Star Wars novels Star Wars: Dark Forces, a 1995 video game ...

Dark (disambiguation)

Dark TV series, a 2017 Netflix original German language supernatural family drama series D.A.R.K. band alt-rock band "Dark" Legend of the Seeker, an episode of Legend of the Seeker Dark Mousy, a character in the anime D.N.Angel Dark video game, a ...

Tetrad

A tetrad is a "group of four". Tetrad or tetrade may also refer to: Tetrad meiosis, the four cells produced by meiotic cell division Tetrad chromosomal formation Tetrad music, a set of four notes Tetrad chord Tetrad index notation, a concept in d ...

12 Step foot controller

The 12 Step foot controller is a bass pedal-style programmable MIDI controller pedal keyboard made by Keith McMillen Instruments which was released in 2011. It has small, soft, rubbery keys that are played with the feet. As a MIDI controller, it ...

List of animated series with LGBT characters: 1990-1994

The depiction of LGBT characters in animated series 1990-1994 improved from past years. While most of the LGBTQ characters were featured in anime such as Dear Brother, Sailor Moon, RG Veda and Ai no Kusabi, two American shows featured such charac ...

Saint Teresa of Avilas Vision of the Holy Spirit (Cambridge)

Saint Teresa of Avilas Vision of the Holy Spirit is an oil on panel painting by Peter Paul Rubens, now in the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, to which it was allocated by the UK Government in 1999 after being accepted in lieu of inheritance tax. ...