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Vladimir Hirsch

Vladimir Hirsch is a Czech composer and instrumentalist. The author of the concept of the so-called "integrated" musical form - combining contemporary classical music with dark-ambient and industrial music, his compositional style is characterize ...

Dolu Kadehi Ters Tut

Dolu Kadehi Ters Tut are a Turkish alternative rock due consisting of vocalist Uğurhan Ozay and guitarist Mursel Oğulcan Ava founded in 2014. The first album Polonya’nın Bası Belada was a home-recorded album. Their first studio album Dunyanın En ...

Bjork Orkestral

Bjork Orkestral is an upcoming" unplugged” concert series by Icelandic musician Bjork. Originally announced for the summer of 2020, all concert dates were delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. However, once the country of Iceland was able to flat ...

Nothing Is Not Breath: Music for Double Quartet

Nothing Is Not Breath: Music for Double Quartet is a live album by Jeff Kaiser, released in 1998 on Nine Winds, NWCD0206. AllMusic said that "Many fans of avant-garde jazz find his 1997 recording Nothing Is Not Breath: Music for Double Quartet to ...

No Response

"No Response" is a song written by Benny Andersson, first recorded by Swedish rock group Hep Stars and released as a single in September 1965. The song was written in response to criticism drawn from other Swedish beat groups, including Shanes an ...

Pick Me Up Off the Floor

Pick Me Up Off the Floor is the seventh studio album by American singer-songwriter Norah Jones. The album was released on June 12, 2020, by Blue Note Records.

NS Intercity Nieuwe Generatie

The Intercity Nieuwe Generatie, or ICNG is an electric multiple unit trainset planned to be operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen for high-speed intercity services in the Netherlands and Belgium. It is built by Alstom based on their Coradia Stream p ...

Directional-change intrinsic time

Directional-change intrinsic time is an event-based operator to dissect a data series into a sequence of alternating trends of defined size δ {\displaystyle \delta }. The directional-change intrinsic time operator was developed for the analysis o ...

Nahan Kothi

A 160-year-old building, situated at Railli village, near Sector 12-A Panchkula. The only remnant of the 19th century British architecture in the area. This Red Kothi was built on the order of Surjan Singh and Bir Singh, princes of Raja Fateh Sin ...

California Senate Bill 1421

SB 1421, Senate Bill 1421, or Peace Officers: Release of Records, is a California state law that makes police records relating to officer use-of-force incidents, sexual assault, and acts of dishonesty accessible under the California Public Record ...

Dinamo Zagreb records and statistics

This page is containing records and statistics of Croatian football club GNK Dinamo Zagreb. It shows club records as well as individual records achieved by the clubs players.

Lady Midnight (artist)

Adriana Rimpel, known professionally as Lady Midnight, is a multidisciplinary artist, vocalist, songwriter, educator and community leader based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

DJ Keezy

DJ Keezy was born and raised in North Minneapolis. She and started DJ-ing in 2013 after encouragement from Minneapolis artists DJ Snuggles and BdotCroc. Keezy speaks on the energy of working with other women such as BdotCroc, and has advocated fo ...

Alexandra Kropotkin

Alexandra Sasha Kropotkin was a writer, translator, and cookbook author. Upon moving to the United States, she retained the royal honorific that her father, the Russian scientist and anarchist Peter Kropotkin, had disowned.

Tough Love: My Story of the Things Worth Fighting For

Tough Love: My Story of the Things Worth Fighting For is a 2019 nonfiction book published by Simon & Schuster by Susan Rice, who had served as United States Ambassador to the United Nations and as National Security Adviser under President Barack ...

Patranque

Patranque is a rural dish from Auvergne in France made by soaking stale bread in milk and tome fraiche or young Cantal cheese.

Asterolasia buckinghamii

Asterolasia buckinghamii is a species of slender, erect shrub in the family Rutaceae and is endemic to eastern New South Wales. It has star-shaped hairs on its young branches, broadly egg-shaped, hairy leaves and yellow flowers with rust-coloured ...

Mulling (spectroscopy)

Using a nonporous ceramic mortar and pestle, a small quantity of the solid sample is ground up until the sample is exceedingly fine and has a glassy appearance. A drop of the mulling agent is added to the ground solid in the mortar. The mixture i ...

Frank Sargent (scientist)

Frank Sargent is Professor of Microbial Biotechnology at Newcastle University, UK. He has specialised in bacterial bioenergetics, particularly protein transport and enzymes containing nickel and molybdenum, including biotechnology applications.

PDH

PDH may refer to: Angiotensin-converting enzyme, an enzyme Plesiochronous digital hierarchy, a technology used in telecommunications networks Propane dehydrogenation, a chemical process converting propane to propene Pyruvate dehydrogenase, the fi ...

PSSM

PSSM may refer to: Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon, the official English translation of the series, often shortened as Sailor Moon Rhizobium leguminosarum exopolysaccharide glucosyl ketal-pyruvate-transferase, an enzyme Parallel-Split Shadow Map Posit ...

Scyllo

Scyllo may refer to: Scyllo-inosamine 4-kinase EC 2.7.1.65, an enzyme that catalyzes the chemical reaction ATP + 1-amino-1-deoxy-scyllo-inositol ADP + 1-amino-1-deoxy-scyllo-inositol 4-phosphate Glutamine - scyllo-inositol transaminase EC 2.6.1.5 ...

Advanced reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel

The advanced reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel is a potential key to achieve a sustainable nuclear fuel cycle and to tackle the heavy burden of nuclear waste management. In particular, the development of such advanced reprocessing systems may sa ...

Florian Spalteholz

Florian Spalteholz is a German former sailor, who specialized in the multihull class. Together with his partner Johannes Polgar, he was named one of the countrys top sailors in the mixed multihull catamaran for the 2008 Summer Olympics, finishing ...

Canto del Agua Formation

Canto del Agua Formation is a geological formation in the Atacama Region of northern Chile. Its stratigraphy from top to bottom is as follows: mudstone, limestone, sandstone, mudstone, conglomerate, lapilli tuff, conglomeradic sandstone, muddy sa ...

Japanese netlayer Kanko Maru (1940)

Kanko Maru was a steel-hulled steamer that was converted into an auxiliary net layer by the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II.

Japanese netlayer Shunsen Maru (1920)

Shunsen Maru was a steel-hulled steamer that was converted into an auxiliary net layer by the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II.

M200

M200 may stand for: CVT M-200, a two-seat glider designed and built in Italy M-200 Michigan highway, a state highway that served as a spur route from US 41 into Stephenson in Menominee County Volociximab, aka M200, a chimeric monoclonal antibody ...

SS Presidente Trujillo

SS Presidente Trujillo was a Dominican Cargo ship that was torpedoed by the German submarine U-156 in the Caribbean Sea off Fort-de-France, Martinique on 21 May 1942 while she was travelling from Fort-de-France, Martinique to San Juan, Puerto Ric ...

Flats boat

Flats boats are a category of boat designed primarily for fishing in protected, shallow water areas often referred to as "flats" by anglers. While the name may be misconstrued to mean the boat hull is flat, this is not generally the case and incl ...

Stubborn

Stubborn means having or showing dogged determination not to change ones attitude or position on something Stubborn has been used as a name for the following: Little Miss Stubborn, a character in the Little Miss series of books Louis X of France, ...

HMS Rapide (1808 schooner)

HMS Rapide was a British schooner of unknown name that the French captured in 1806. The French Navy took her into service as Villaret, but renamed her Rapide. She then became the model for a class of advice boats. The British Royal Navy captured ...

Surinsar Lake

Surinsar Lake is situated 42 km from Jammu city by road, surrounded by hills and dense forests, and has some mythological importance. Surinsar and Mansar Lakes are considered as twin lakes, as Mansar is located 9 km away from it. The Surinsar Man ...

Asmic

Anisyl sulfanyl methyl isocyanide is an organic molecule that contains an isocyanide group and an ortho- methoxy-phenyl sulfide group. Asmic can be used to synthesize tri-substituted isocyanides. Asmic is a colorless to off-white solid with a mel ...

TPN

TPN may refer to: Triphosphopyridine nucleotide, the previous name for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate NADP + Towarzystwo Pomocy Naukowej, also known as Scientific Help Society for the Youth of the Grand Duchy of Poznan A file type us ...

ASX

ASX may refer to: Advanced Stream Redirector, a computer file format listing Windows Media files.asx Armstrong Siddeley ASX, a British experimental turbojet Mitsubishi ASX, a type of automobile John F. Kennedy Memorial Airport IATA Airport Code A ...

List of esters

An ester is a chemical compound derived from an acid in which at least one –OH group is replaced by an –O–alkyl group.

Indacaterol/mometasone

Indacaterol/mometasone, sold under the brand name Atectura Breezhaler among others, is a fixed-dose combination medication for the treatment of asthma in adults and adolescents twelve years of age and older not adequately controlled with inhaled ...

SS Auby

Auby was built at the Soc. Esercizio Bacini shipyard in Riva Trigoso, Italy in 1908. Where she was launched and completed that same year. The ship was 63.2 metres 207 ft 4 in long, had a beam of 10.4 metres 34 ft 1 in and had a depth of 3 metres ...

Gathoni Wa Muchomba

Peninnah Gathoni Muchomba popularly know as Gathoni Wa Mucomba is Kenyan entrepreneur and politician. She is the Kiambu County Women representative in the bicameral Kenyan parliament and a member of the ruling political party, Jubilee party of Ke ...

Oldeich Pechal

Oldeich Pechal was a Czech soldier. Pechal served as a soldier in World War II, fighting in the Czechoslovak and British armies against Nazi Germany. He was captured following a failed operation in 1942, and was executed in Mauthausen that same y ...

Musa Bityonɡ

Musa Bityong, also Musa Bitiyong was a Lieutenant Colonel in the Niɡerian Army, executed by firinɡ squad by the ɡovernment of Gen. Ibrahim Babanɡida in 1986, alonɡsides Maj. Gen. Mamman Vatsa and eiɡht others, suspected of conspiracy to commit tr ...

2010 Kallang Slashings

The 2010 Kallang slashings were a series of robberies committed by a group of eight Malaysians from Sarawak, Malaysia in the night of 28 May 2010 and the early hours of the morning of 29 May 2010, mostly around Kallang Area. In the robberies, the ...

Juraj Malevac

Juraj Malevac or Maljevac, writing under pseudonym Gregur Kapucin was a Croatian poet and writer of Slovenian origin.

Keith Zettlemoyer

Keith Zettlemoyer was an American convicted murderer who was executed by the state of Pennsylvania for the 1980 murder of his friend Charles DeVetsco. He became the first person to be executed by the state of Pennsylvania since the United States ...

Jane T. H. Cross

Jane T. H. Cross was an American author. She was, for some years, an occasional contributor of prose and poetry to the religious journals of the South. She wrote a series of stories for children, which were collected and edited by Dr. Summers, an ...

Simmi Kahlon

Harsimrat Simmi Kahlon was an Indian-Canadian serial killer who murdered three of her newborn infants between 2005 and 2009 in Calgary. Following her death, a result from complications from her last pregnancy, Kahlons common-law husband Harnek Ma ...

HFV (disambiguation)

HFV may refer to: Human Foamy Virus, a retrovirus that belongs to the subfamily Spumavirinae Hessian Football Association, a state football association in Germany Hypothetical future value, an accounting term HFVExplorer, an application to allow ...

2000 Birthday Honours (New Zealand)

The 2000 Queens Birthday Honours in New Zealand, celebrating the official birthday of Queen Elizabeth II, were appointments made by the Queen in her right as Queen of New Zealand, on the advice of the New Zealand government, to various orders and ...

Life Grenadier Regiment

A Life Grenadier Regiment may refer to: 1st-8th Royal Life-Grenadier Regiment of the Imperial German Army Life Grenadier Regiment I 4, Swedish military unit 1st Life Grenadier Regiment of Baden later 109th Baden Life Grenadier Regiment Badisches ...