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Henry Eastburn

Henry Eastburn was a British draughtsman and civil engineer, known for his work on the canals of Great Britain, including the Basingstoke Canal, the Derwent and Rye navigations, and the Lancaster Canal.

Great Rocks Line

The Great Rocks Line is a freight railway line in Derbyshire, England, that runs between the Hope Valley Line at Chapel Milton and the stone quarries and sidings at Peak Dale and Peak Forest, before looping around to the town of Buxton. It takes ...

Aspe (disambiguation)

Aspe is a town and municipality in Alicante, Spain. Aspe may also refer to: Gave dAspe, a torrential river in the Pyrenees Aspe Valley, named after the river ASPE Basque pelota, a sports management company Aspe surname Aspe peak, a mountain in th ...

Name the Woman (1934 film)

Name the Woman is a 1934 American mystery drama film directed by Albert S. Rogell and starring Richard Cromwell, Arline Judge and Rita La Roy. It is not a remake of the studios 1928 silent film of the same name, although Variety wrongly reported ...

Abus

Abus may refer to: ABUS, a German maker of locks and padlocks Abus, a village in Mica Commune, Mures County, Romania Abus river, an old name for the Humber Estuary in England Abus bus operator, a public transport company in Bristol, England Mount ...

Massachusetts House of Representatives 5th Worcester district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 5th Worcester district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers parts of Hampshire County and Worcester County. Repub ...

Massachusetts House of Representatives 10th Middlesex district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 10th Middlesex district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Middlesex County. Democrat John Lawn of Wate ...

Oklahoma tornado outbreak

Numerous tornado outbreaks have occurred in Oklahoma since modern records have been kept. Oklahoma tornado outbreak may refer to: Tornado outbreak of May 18–21, 2013, including the 2013 Moore tornado, the third-costliest tornado on record Tornado ...

Erkki Salomaa

Erkki Salomaa was a Finnish communist activist and trade union leader. Born in Jyvaskyla, Salomaa was brought up by his grandmother, in Tampere. He began working as a glazier when he was 14 years old, and studied part-time at the Workers Academy ...

Painter (disambiguation)

The Painter, a 1981 album by KC and the Sunshine Band The Painters EP, Animal Collective 2017 Painter band, a Canadian rock band

Painting (disambiguation)

Painting is the art or process of applying paints to a surface such as canvas, to make a picture or other artistic composition. A painting is also the end product – a composition or picture made in this way. Painting may also be the occupation of ...

William Blake (disambiguation)

William Blake was an English poet, visionary, painter, and printmaker. William Blake may also refer to: William Blake, a character in Dead Man William Blake economist 1774–1852, English writer on monetary policy and government expenditure William ...

William Richmond (disambiguation)

William Richmond was a New Zealand politician. William Richmond may also refer to: Bill Richmond writer 1921–2016, American film and television comedy writer and producer William Richmond cricketer 1843–1912, English cricketer for Lancashire Will ...

Paul Wechlin

Paul Wechlin was a Swiss footballer who played for FC Basel. He played as goalkeeper. Wechlin played his youth football by FC Basel and joined the first team during their 1939–40 season under first team co-managers Walter Dietrich and Max Galler. ...

Harland

Harland & Wolff Welders F.C., a Northern Irish football club Harland and Wolff, a British heavy engineering company specializing in shipbuilding and bridge construction

United Brotherhood

United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America International United Brotherhood of Leather Workers on Horse Goods United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of England United Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees and Railway Shop ...

Jacques (Jaime) de Paiva (Pavia)

Jacques de Paiva, a Paradesi Jew of Madras was a Portuguese Jewish Diamond and Coral merchant from Amsterdam belonging to Amsterdam Sephardic community. He was married to Hieronima de Paiva. After Jacques Jaime de Paiva Pavias death, his wife Hie ...

Sewelo

The Sewelo diamond is the second largest rough diamond ever found. The diamond was recovered in April 2019 by the Lucara Diamond Corp in its Karowe mine in Botswana. The diamond is 1.758 carats and weighs 352 grams. The gem was named through a co ...

Osisko Mining

The Osisko Mining Corporation is a Canadian company that conducts mineral exploration work with a focus on seeking to develop a gold mine in Ontario or Quebec. The company adopted its name following the 2015 merger of five companies that resulted ...

Aber

Aber and Inver placename elements Aber Village, Powys, Wales Abergwyngregyn, popularly known by the short form "Aber" Aber, Gwynedd, Wales Aberystwyth, popularly known by the short form "Aber"

Submission (disambiguation)

Submission TV series, a 2016 American erotic mini-series Submission novel, a 2015 novel by Michel Houellebecq French title: Soumission

A6

A-6, a renamed version of the US Security Group in the 1997 comic book movie Spawn A6, a mutated flu virus in the short story "Night Surf" by Stephen King

Anamorph (disambiguation)

Anamorph, an asexual part of the life cycle of fungi in the phyla Ascomycota and Basidiomycota, often mold-like. Anamorphic, characterized by an anamorph or to an abnormal change giving the appearance of a different species as in the case of fung ...

K9

K9 Doctor Who, several robotic canines in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who K-9 Looney Tunes, Marvin the Martians pet Martian dog in the Looney Tunes cartoon series from Warner Bros K9 Murphy, a mechanical dog in the Japane ...

Burner

Burner may refer to: Laboratory gas burners Meker–Fisher burner Gas burner, coal burner or oil burner, a mechanical device that burns a gas or liquid fuel in a controlled manner Teclu burner Bunsen burner Hot-air balloon device, a device to infla ...

STR

Specialized Technology Resources, an American corporation Sociedade da Terra Redonda, a Brazilian atheist and critical thinking organization STR, Inc hotel industry data company, formerly Smith Travel Research Stuttgart Airport, Germany, IATA cod ...

TNT (disambiguation)

TNT magazine, for travelers living and working in the UK TNT comics, an obscure 1940s superhero Transsexual News Telegraph, a magazine T.N.T. 1997 film, a 1997 movie featuring Olivier Gruner Tech News Today, daily netcast TnT magazine, a 1980s Tu ...

DX

Design Exchange, a museum of design in Toronto D-Generation X, a professional wrestling stable DX album, a 2013 album by Friendzone Deus Ex, a series of video games Deus Ex video game, the first game in the series Sonic Adventure DX: Directors Cut

PH (disambiguation)

Precipitation hardening, a heat treatment technique used to increase the yield strength of malleable materials Planet Hunters, a group that hunts for exoplanets Pulmonary hypertension, a medical condition

FME

Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH, former name of Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe GmbH Fairbanks Morse Engine, engine manufacturing subsidiary of EnPro Industries FME connector, a type of coaxial cable connector Fourier–Motzkin elimination, a mat ...

Sog

Sog County, county in Tibet Sog, Tibet also Sogba, Nagqu Prefecture, Tibet Autonomous Region of China Sogchu River, in Sog County, Tibet SOG, Sogndal Airport, Haukåsen IATA Airport code Sog River, river in Iceland

OMC

Outboard Marine Corporation Oxfordshire Museums Council Osaka Medical College The Oxford Mindfulness Centre within the Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford Olifant Manufacturing Company of South Africa, now known as Land Systems OMC Omn ...

SHS

SHS Group, a beverage company which owns the Merrydown brewery Shiv Sena, an Indian political party Scottish History Society Sauer-Danfoss, former NYSE ticker symbol Socialist History Society SHS International, a medical nutrition products compan ...

Short

Short, Oklahoma, a census-designated place Short, Mississippi, an unincorporated community Short crater, a lunar impact crater on the near side of the Moon

TRT

Tamil Radio and Television, later Tamil Television Network, France Televisora Regional del Tachira, a Venezuelan television network Turkish Radio and Television Corporation Thessalian Radio Television, Greece

QP

QP Quantum Platform, a framework for building real-time embedded applications Quoted-printable, an encoding to send 8-bit data over 7-bit path =09

VRS

VRS may refer to: Virtual Reference Station: uses the RTK solutions from the Trimble RTKNet software to provide high-accuracy, real-time kinematic RTK GPS positioning for wider areas Vortex ring state: an undesirable aerodynamic condition vRS: a ...

Stride

STRIDE security, spoofing, tampering, repudiation, information disclosure, denial of service, elevation of privilege System to Retrieve Information from Drug Evidence, a United States Drug Enforcement Administration database used to track the pri ...

British Steel

British Steel may refer to: Companies British Steel plc, formed 1988 through the privatisation of British Steel Corporation British Steel Corporation BSC, formed in 1967 through the nationalisation of UK steel companies British Steel Limited, for ...

Portsmouth Steel Company

The Portsmouth Steel Company, formerly Portsmouth Iron & Steel, AKA Portsmouth Steel Corporation, was a steel manufacturing company based in Portsmouth, Scioto County, Ohio.

Space Industry Act 2018

The Space Industry Act 2018 is an Act of Parliament introduced by Chris Grayling as Secretary of State for Transport to create a regulatory framework to enable commercial spaceflight activities to be carried out from spaceports in the United Kingdom.

Semi

Semi- is a numerical prefix meaning "half" The prefix alone is often used as an abbreviation when the rest of the word is clear from context. It may refer to: Semi-trailer truck UK: articulated lorry, a truck designed to pull semi-trailers Semico ...

Reload

REsource LOcation And Discovery Framing RELOAD, an internet signalling protocol Reload energy drink, an energy drink launched in Canada by Bigg Juice Industries, Inc Repeated handloading of firearm cartridges Reinsertion of ammunition into an emp ...

Cooling-off period

Cooling-off period may refer to: the defining difference between a spree killer and a serial killer a period of time after the termination of a workers employment in which they are prohibited from obtaining employment with competing entities, see ...

Cartridge

Compact Cassette, used with sound recording and reproduction and data storage for early microcomputers Quarter-inch cartridge, a magnetic tape data storage format introduced by 3M in 1972 Videocassette, used with videocassette recorders VCR Digit ...

Single Shot (disambiguation)

Single Shot may refer to: Single-shot comic, a term used in the American comic book industry to denote a pilot comic Single-shot spectrography measures the energy of a single particle or a single bunch of particles Single-shot game, a subject of ...

European American Armory

European American Armory Inc. is a Rockledge, Florida based firearms company which imports a number of different handguns, shotguns and rifles to the United States.

NTR

N.T.R: Kathanayakudu, a 2019 Indian Telugu film about N. T. Rama Rao N.T.R: Mahanayakudu, a 2019 sequel NTR: Netsuzou Trap, a manga series Lakshmis NTR, a 2019 Indian Telugu film about N. T. Rama Rao

Joel Martin Rubin

Joel Rubin is an American politician and media commentator on domestic political and Middle East affairs. Rubin is the Vice Mayor of the Town of Chevy Chase, Maryland and served as a senior Obama Administration State Department official. He also ...

UPA-Left Coordination Committee

The UPA-Left Coordination Committee was a platform dedicated to coordinate policy discussions between the Indian National Congress and the parliamentary left-wing parties during the UPA I cabinet governing India 2004–2009. During this period the ...