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Capitol

United States Capitol in Washington, D.C. Capitol of Palau in Ngerulmud, Palau Numerous U.S. state and territorial capitols Capitolio Federal in Caracas, Venezuela El Capitolio in Havana, Cuba Capitolio Nacional in Bogota, Colombia

Ibis (disambiguation)

Ibis novel, a 1900 novel by Jose Maria Vargas Vila Ibis the Invincible, a heroic magician appearing in Fawcett Comics and DC Comics Ibis Ovid, a single extant poem written in elegiac couplets by the Roman poet Ovid Ibis trilogy, a work of histori ...

TMT

Trimethylthiazoline, a component of fox urine Trimethyltrienolone, an antiandrogen Thirty Meter Telescope, a proposed astronomical observatory Tandem mass tag, a label used for quantitative mass spectrometry–based proteomics Temporal motivation t ...

Climate change in the Middle East and North Africa

The Middle East and North Africa is one of the regions most vulnerable to climate change. The impacts include increase in drought conditions, aridity, heatwaves, and sea level rise. The region already has limited water resources. If greenhouse ga ...

ISB

International Society of Biomechanics Various countries Instituto Simon Bolivar Various countries International School of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania International School of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia International School of Business Vietnam Ho ...

Sz

Canton of Schwyz .sz, the country code top level domain ccTLD for Swaziland Swaziland ISO 3166-1 country code Shenzhen, simplify into SZ, a city in Guangdong province, China Switzerland NATO country code

KB

KB Home, a major American home builder K&B, a local drug store in New Orleans, Louisiana, that was bought by Rite Aid Druk Air IATA code: KB, the national airline of Bhutan KB Lager, a brand of Australian beer KB Toys, a United States toy ret ...

CBJ

CBJ may refer to: Central Bank of Jordan, the central bank of Jordan Christian Bookstore Journal, a trade magazine cbj publisher, a German publisher Clive Barkers Jericho, a supernatural horror-themed first person shooter video game Country Bear ...

Marijuana (disambiguation)

Marijuana, cannabis used as a drug Medical marijuana, therapeutic preparations Entheogenic use of marijuana, cannabis used spiritually Cannabis, the dried flowers, subtending leaves, and stems of the female plant are called marijuana and are used ...

TP

The Tomorrow People, a British science fiction television series

Cib

Cib river in Alba and Hunedoara Counties, Romania Cib, a village in Almașu Mare Commune, Alba County, Romania Čib, today Čelarevo, a village in the Backa Palanka Municipality, South Backa District, Serbia

ASC

Army Service Corps, a unit of the Pakistan Army Aviation Safety Council, Taiwan Indian Army Service Corps, India Afrika-Studiecentrum Leiden African Studies Centre, Netherlands Assets Scrutiny Committee, former government agency

SA

Subterranean Animism, a video game from the Touhou series by ZUN Something Awful, a comedy website S A: Special A, a manga series by Maki Minami Sa film, a 2016 Indian film

Open Door

Open Door Most often refers to the Open Door Policy, an international policy around 1900 regarding keeping China open to trade to all nations; The term is often applied in international trade policy. There are numerous other uses:

Aker

Vestre Aker, a district of Oslo within former Aker municipality Aker, Norway, a geographic area in Oslo and a former municipality in Norway Nordre Aker, a district of Oslo within former Aker municipality Aker Brygge, a business and entertainment ...

TI

Ti/Si, the seventh syllable in the solfege technique Twilight Imperium, a game The International Dota 2, an annual esports tournament for the video game, Dota 2

TA

Ta island, Federated States of Micronesia Ta, Chiang Rai, Thailand Tel Aviv, Israel Ta, Iran, Kordestan village Ta River, Virginia, US Province of Taranto, Italy

Rareform (company)

Rareform was founded in 2012 by brothers Alec and Aric Avedissian. The idea for the company came from Alec, who spent six months living in El Salvador and took note of how old billboards were being used by residents as roofs for their homes. He h ...

Forum

Roman Forum, most famous example Forum legal, designated space for public expression in the United States Forum Roman, open public space within a Roman city Public forum debate, a type of high school debate Internet forum, discussion board on the ...

MS

Ms. magazine, an American feminist magazine M. S. Subbulakshmi 1916–2004, Indian singer Metal Storm webzine, a heavy metal website based in Estonia

Omni

Omni Bank California, Chinese bank with branches in the U.S. Omni Hotels, a North American hotel chain Omni Air International, an American charter airline The Omni Group, a software developer Omniva, international post and logistics company based ...

Ku

Esther Ku, a Korean-American comedian Ku fictional language, a constructed language created for the 2005 film The Interpreter Kumi Koda, Japanese pop star nicknamed Ku or Kuu In an alien language in the movie Kin-dza-dza!, "ku" replaces most conv ...

Cyclone Harold

Severe Tropical Cyclone Harold was a very powerful tropical cyclone which caused widespread destruction in the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Fiji, and Tonga during April 2020. It was first noted as a developing tropical low within a trough of low pre ...

GN

GN Store Nord, a Danish manufacturer Great Northern Railway U.S., a railway that ran from St. Paul to Seattle Gente Nueva, a Mexican criminal organization Gendarmerie Nationale disambiguation, any of several national police forces Guardia Naciona ...

Simple

Simple album, by Andy Yorke, 2008, and its title track "Simple", a song by Katy Perry from the 2005 soundtrack to The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Simple video game series, budget-priced console games "Simple", a song by Ty Dolla Sign from t ...

Another Europe Is Possible

Another Europe is Possible is a civil society organisation based in the United Kingdom which was founded in February 2016 to campaign for the Remain option during the 2016 United Kingdom European Union membership referendum. The group gained atte ...

GBA (disambiguation)

Gut–brain axis, biochemical signaling between the gastrointestinal tract and the central nervous system GBA2, a gene which encodes for cytosolic beta-glucosidase GBA3, a gene which encodes for cytosolic beta-glucosidase Glucocerebrosidase, a huma ...

Dia

Defence Intelligence Agency Nigeria Defense Intelligence Agency, United States foreign military intelligence agency Department of Indian Affairs, Canadian federal department Defense Intelligence Agency South Korea, South Korean army defence intel ...

SBG

Sinclair Broadcast Group, an American telecommunications conglomerate Saudi Binladin Group, a multinational construction conglomerate Skye Bank Guinee, a bank in Guinea Savage Bingham and Garfield Railroad, a common carrier freight railroad in th ...

Department

Department country subdivision, a geographical and administrative division within a country Departments of France, administrative divisions three levels below the national government Departments of Honduras Departments of Peru, name given to the ...

PAC

Parachute and Cable, a British anti-aircraft weapon of WWII Patriot Advanced Capability, a software-only upgrade of the MIM-104 Patriot Pasukan Aturgerak Cepat, a Malaysian armed forces unit

FT

Featuring ft., used when crediting a secondary artist on a musical recording Fighting Talk, a British radio show Fairy Tail, a manga and anime Financial Times, a newspaper specialising in UK and international business and financial news Fuzzy Tom ...

IREG Observatory on Academic Ranking and Excellence

IREG Observatory on Academic Ranking and Excellence is an international Nonprofit organisation created in 2009 consisting of Universities, ranking organisations and third-party organisations associated with academics and university ranking. The o ...

Railless

Railless is the generic name for three companies which made trolleybuses in Britain between 1906 and 1926. Railless Electric Traction Co Ltd was established in 1908, and were at the forefront of the introduction of trolleybuses to Britain. Financ ...

Horizon (disambiguation)

Horizontes Horizons, 1913 painting by Francisco Antonio Cano Cardona

IS

is, a 2012 album by Canadian pop band Hey Ocean! iS – internal section, a video game developed by Square is album, a 1969 album by jazz pianist Chick Corea

ICM

Institut du cerveau et de la moelle epiniere, a research center Institute of Commercial Management a UK-based body for Commercial and Business Development Managers Independent Citizens Movement, a local, conservative, United States Virgin Islands ...

AAS

Austrian Air Services, a defunct airline from Austria ICAO designator Ateliers Aeronautiques de Suresnes, a defunct French aircraft manufacturing company Alcatel Alenia Space, an aerospace company; now Thales Alenia Space

Visual Artists Ireland

Visual Artists Ireland is an advocacy, support, publishing, and information organisation representing professional visual artists on the island of Ireland.

ESB

European School, Bergen, in the Netherlands English Speaking Board, a British educational charity Edwards School of Business, at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada ESB Business School, at Reutlingen University in Germany

Asai

Asai or ASAI may refer to: Asai surname, a Japanese surname Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland, the self-regulatory organisation for the advertising industry in Ireland Average Service Availability Index, a reliability index for electric ...

IM

Induction motor Intermodulation, the amplitude modulation of signals containing two or more different frequencies Im, a subtype of irregular galaxy

PSM

Panhellenic Socialist Movement, a centre-left party in Greece PlayStation: The Official Magazine, a magazine originally known as PlayStation Magazine or PSM Pakistan School Muscat, a Pakistani co-educational institute in Oman Public Service Media ...

DA

Da play, a 1978 play by Hugh Leonard DA! band, a Chicago post-punk band of the 1980s Da film, a 1988 film based on the play Damon Amendolara, American sports talk radio host Destination America, television channel Daniel Amos, also known as D.A. ...

CDI

Camperdown Dairy International, an Australian infant formula company Churchill Downs Incorporated, parent company of Churchill Downs Controlled Demolition, Inc., a Phoenix, Maryland firm that specializes in controlled demolition CDI Corporation, ...

Basel Institute on Governance

The Basel Institute on Governance is an independent, international non-profit organisation dedicated to preventing and combating corruption and other financial crimes and to strengthening governance around the world. The organisation was establis ...

LRC

Learning Resource Centre or Library Resource Centre, a British school library which also provides access to on-line resources Learning resource center, a term for a school library La Roche College, a Catholic college in Pennsylvania Livingston Ro ...

Orient (disambiguation)

Hellenistic Orient, designation for the Hellenistic Near East Ancient Orient, designation for the Ancient Near East Roman Orient disambiguation, designation for eastern regions of the Roman Empire, in particular Diocese of the Orient, an administ ...

OBS

Organization for Black Struggle, an activist organization in St. Louis, Missouri, US Outward Bound School; See Outward Bound Outward Bound Singapore, part of the network of Outward Bound centres Orange Belt Stages, a bus company based in Californ ...

IBS

Institute for Basic Science, a research institute in Daejeon, South Korea International Biometric Society, an academic statistical association for mathematical and statistical methods in the biosciences Indiana Boys School, a former name of Plain ...