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SSAP

SSAP may refer to: Story Stem Assessment Profile, method for attachment measures Statements of Standard Accounting Practice, in Generally Accepted Accounting Principles UK Statement of Statutory Accounting Principles, for insurance in the United ...

Athenodoros

Athenodoros or Athenodorus was the name of several figures in the ancient world: Athenodorus, an Athenian who was the general of the Thracian kings Berisades and Cetriporis Athenodorus Isaurian general, Isaurian general of the Isaurian War Atheno ...

NGC 1439

NGC 1439 is a elliptical galaxy located in constellation of Eridanus. Situated about 77 milion light years, it is a member of the Eridanus cluster of galaxies, a cluster of about 200 galaxies. It was discovered by William Herschel on 9 December 1 ...

Tucana-Horologium association

The Tucana-Horologium association or Tucana Horologium moving group is a stellar association with an age of 45 ± 4 Myr and it is one of the largest stellar associations within 100 parsec. The association has a similar size as the Beta Pictoris mo ...

Oak Ridge nuclear facility

Oak Ridge nuclear facility may refer to one of several active or historical U.S. federal government facilities in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, including: S-50, conducted uranium enrichment by thermal diffusion during the Manhattan Project Clinton Engine ...

Olympiodorus

Olympiodoros or Olympiodorus can refer to: Olympiodorus the Seleucid c. 178 BC, 2nd-century BC high-priest in Coele-Syria and Phoinike, commissioned by Seleucus IV Philopator Olympiodorus, eponymous archon of Athens in 294/3 and 293/2 BC Olympiod ...

Pyrrhus

Pyrrhus also known as Neoptolemus in Greek mythology, a son of Achilles and Deidamia Pyrrhus of Athens fl. 5th century BC, Athenian sculptor Pyrrho 360–270 BC, Greek philosopher Pyrrhus of Epirus 318–272 BC, king of Epirus, the Pyrrhic victory wa ...

Diadochus

Diodochus is the Latinized form of diadochos. It can refer to: Personal name Marcus Diadochus, 4th-century Christian writer Diadochos of Photiki, 5th-century Christian saint Proclus Diadochus, 5th-century Neoplatonic philosopher Scientific names ...

Hierocles

Hierocles may refer to: Hierocles of Alexandria, 5th century, Greek Neoplatonist writer Hierocles, possibly 4th century, co-editor of Philogelos Hierocles author of Synecdemus, 6th century, Byzantine geographer, author of the Synecdemus Hierocles ...

Celer

Celer magister officiorum, 6th century Byzantine minister Saint Gelert, 7th century Welsh saint Quintus Caecilius Metellus Celer, consul of the Roman Republic, 60 BC Celer builder, foreman appointed by Romulus to oversee the building of Romes fir ...

Sefer haYashar

Sefer haYashar means "Book of the Upright One", but Jashar is generally left untranslated into English and so Sefer haYashar is often rendered as Book of Jasher.

Champeaux

William of Champeaux, a French philosopher and theologian de Champeaux family of Molland, Devon 13th century Robert de Champeaux, Abbot of Tavistock 1285-1325

Jonathan Cohen

Jonathan Cohen may refer to: Jonathan D. Cohen born 1955, American neuroscientist Jonathan Cohen actor active since 2009, French actor Jonathan Cohen television executive active since 2009, American television executive Jonathan Cohen diplomat ac ...

Mariah the Scientist

Mariah the Scientist, real name Mariah A. Buckles, is an R&B singer-songwriter from Atlanta. She released her RCA Records debut, the ten-track project Master, on 23 August 2019.

Schlicht

Schlicht) is a German surname belonging to the group of family names based on a personal characteristic, in this case derived from a nickname originally used for a straightforward, artless person. It is the chiefly Low German variant of Schlecht ...

Stephen Sedgwick (mix engineer)

Stephen began his career in 2002 at Londons Pierce Rooms. It was at Pierce Rooms in 2004, while working on the second Gorillaz studio album Demon Days, where Stephen first met Damon Albarn. In 2006, Damon invited Stephen to work at the first inca ...

Hajar

Hajar is an alternative transliteration for the Biblical person Hagar. Hajar may also refer to: Eastern Hajar Mountains, the eastern subrange, entirely in Oman Hajar an-Nasar, a fortress and sometime capital of northern Morocco Pen name of Abdurr ...

FBI and FBI: Most Wanted crossover

The FBI and FBI: Most Wanted crossover is a two-part crossover event between FBI and FBI: Most Wanted that aired on CBS. The event aired on March 24, 2020, with the FBI episode "American Dreams", followed by the FBI: Most Wanted episode "Reveille ...

Honi

Honi may refer to: Honi HaMagel 1st century BCE, a Jewish scholar prior to the age of the Tannaim Honi Soit, a student newspaper of the University of Sydney, Australia An alternative spelling of Hongi, a Polynesian greeting custom Honi Soit album ...

Banu Sad ibn Zayd Manat

Banu Sad ibn Zayd Manat is a pre-Islamic Arab tribe. Its considered as one of the main three branches of Tamim, the other two are Banu Hanzalah and Amr ibn Tamim.

Banu Hanzala

Banu Hanzala ibn Malik is a historical Arab tribe that inhabited al-Yamama in the Arabian Peninsula. A branch of the larger Banu Tamim tribe.

Banu Ajal

Banu Ajal or better known as Banu Ijl was an Arab tribe of the Arabian Peninsula. The tribe is a branch of the famous tribe of Banu Bakr ibn Wail. And they were part of the Lahazim tribal alliance.

Edward Johnston (disambiguation)

Edward Johnston was a British scholar credited with the revival of calligraphy. Edward Johnston may also refer to: Edward Johnston Medal of Honor 1844–1920, American Indian Wars soldier and Medal of Honor recipient Edward Harvey-Johnston 1912–197 ...

Vaidya Brahmin

In the Vedic age, Brahmins who were proficient in all Vedas were given the title of Vaidya. The words "Vaidya" and "Veda" comes from the same root Vida, which means "Knowledge".Vaidya means "Doctor" or "Scholar".Vaidya are practitioners of Ayurve ...

Ghulam Mohammad Vastanvi

Maulana Ghulam Mohammad Vastanvi is an Indian Muslim scholar and former of Darul Uloom Deoband. He was instrumental in reforming madrasa education by introducing subjects like medicine, engineering to Darul Uloom institutions. He was sacked as th ...

Heinz Wismann

Heinz Wissmann is the son of Heinz Wissmann 1897-1945, an art historian, who was director of the Ministry of Education and Propaganda and Vice-President of the Chamber of Literature of the Third Reich from 1935 to 1937. As a Hellenist, Heinz Wiss ...

Elijah Capsali

Hakham Elijah ben Elkanah Capsali was the first Hakham Bashi of the Ottoman Empire, as well as a notable historian.

Revati (disambiguation)

Revati in Hinduism, is the daughter of King Kakudmi and the wife of Balarama, the elder brother of Krishna. Revati may also refer to: Revati film, a 2005 Indian film Revati raga, a musical scale Carnatic music Revathi Pattathanam, an annual assem ...

Muhammad bin Muslim

Muhammad ibn Muslim al-Thaqafī al-Kūfī was a prominent companion of Muhammad al Baqir and al-sadiq and one of the People of Consensus. The scholars of rijal regard him as the most learned jurist among Shia hadith transmitters. According to a hadi ...

Government Degree College Memon Goth

Government Degree Science, Arts & Commerce College Memon Goth is a Co-education degree college located in Memon Goth Karachi, Pakistan adjacent to the Office of Union Council Murad Memon Goth.

Jaswant Singh (disambiguation)

Jaswant Singh is a former Indian minister. Other people with this name include: Jaswant Singh II, Maharaja of Jodhpur Jaswant Singh of Marwar, ruler Jaswant Singh Khalra, human rights activist Jaswant Singh Rawat, soldier Jaswant Singh Bishnoi, M ...

Cosmology (textbook)

Cosmology is a textbook by American physicist Steven Weinberg. The textbook is intended for final-year physics undergraduates or first-year graduate students. The book is a successor to Weinbergs 1972 textbook Gravitation and Cosmology.

Nathair Facula

Nathair Facula is a bright region on the surface of Mercury, located at 36° N, 295.5° W. It was named by the IAU in 2018. Nathair is the Irish word for snake. In the center of the region is an irregular depression with crisp topography, surrounde ...

Fuller (crater)

Fuller is a crater on Mercury, located near the north pole. It was named by the IAU in 2013, after American engineer and architect Richard Buckminster Fuller. S band radar data from the Arecibo Observatory collected between 1999 and 2005 indicate ...

Super Lemon Haze

Super Lemon Haze is a sativa-dominant cannabis strain in the haze family of strains. It was originally bred by Franco Loja from the Netherlands-based Green House Seed Co. as a cross between two other strains: Lemon Skunk and Super Silver Haze. Po ...

Biological material

Biomolecule, a molecule present in a living organism Biogenic substance, a chemical substance produced by a living organism Organic matter, matter that has come from a once-living organism, or is composed of organic compounds Biotic material, nat ...

Euduboscquella

Euduboscquella is a genus of early branching dinoflagellates found in coastal waters around the globe. The members of this genus are all intracellular parasites that primarily infect Tintinnids. Euduboscquella are commonly found in marine environ ...

Albrecht Schone

Schone was born on 17 July 1925 in Barby. After attending school he subsequently performed his military service. During World War II he was made prisoner of war. Schone worked as a lumberjack until 1947. From 1947 to 1951 he studied German studie ...

Druecker, Wisconsin

Druecker is an unincorporated community in the Town of Port Washington, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, United States. The community is located on the east bank of Sauk Creek, and the Union Pacific railroad operates tracks passing through Druecker.

The Caverns at Natural Bridge

The Caverns at Natural Bridge are a series of commercial show caves in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, close in proximity to both the Natural Bridge and Natural Bridge State Park. Discovered in the 1890s, it was opened to the public in 1978. T ...

Faune de France (book series)

Faune de France is a 99 volume synthesis of Zoology of France published between 1921 and 1999. The books are written in the French language.They contain identification keys. Launched in 1921 by the French Federation of Natural Science Societies, ...

Opati v. Republic of Sudan

Opati v. Republic of Sudan, 590 U.S. ___, was a United States Supreme Court case involving the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act with its 2008 amendments, whether plaintiffs in federal lawsuits against foreign countries may seek punitive damages f ...

Specola

The term Specola in Italian means observatory, a location used for observing terrestrial or celestial events. A number of palaces, institutes, museums and observatories in Italy carry the name, because at one time or another they housed an observ ...

Carlos Mallmann

Carlos Alberto Mallmann was an Argentine a mathematical physicist, professor and researcher, considered one of the pioneers of physics and nuclear energy in Argentina. The CTS Observatory of the Organization of Ibero-American States has stated th ...

Two roll rubber mill

Natural rubber, which is harvested from a rubber tree, hevea brasiliensis is the base for many rubber compounds made using a two roll rubber mill. Rubber trees are tapped to remove the latex that is stored in their trunks. This material can then ...

Iphigenellidae

Iphigenellidae is a freshwater family of amphipods in the superfamily Gammaroidea. It is found in the Ponto-Caspian region, which encompasses the Black, Azov, and Caspian Seas. It has only one genus and one species, which are: Iphigenella acantho ...

Centrifugal

Centrifugal may refer to: Centrifugal evaporator Reactive centrifugal force Centrifugal gun Centrifugal casting industrial, Centrifugal casting silversmithing, and Spin casting centrifugal rubber mold casting, forms of centrifigual casting Centri ...

Invisible Boy

Invisible Boy or variant, may refer to: Invisible person, a SF concept The Invisible Boy aka S.O.S Spaceship, a 1957 U.S. science fiction film Danny Dunn, Invisible Boy aka Invisible Boy a 1974 juvenile science fiction adventure novel by Raymond ...

Invisible Empire

Invisible Empire may refer to: Invisible Empires, a 2011 album by Sara Groves Agent 13: The Invisible Empire, first of the Agent 13: The Midnight Avenger series Ku Klux Klan, occasionally referred to as the "Invisible Empire" or "Invisible Empire ...

Gradient vector flow

Gradient vector flow, a computer vision framework introduced by Chenyang Xu and Jerry L. Prince, is the vector field that is produced by a process that smooths and diffuses an input vector field. It is usually used to create a vector field from i ...