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Doctor Who Polystyle comic strip

The Doctor Who Polystyle comic strip was the first comic strip devoted to the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who, and the first original spin-off media from the show. The strip was launched in TV Comic on 14 Novembe ...

TMEM155

Transmembrane protein 155 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the TMEM155 gene. It is located on human chromosome 4, spanning 6.497 bases. It is also referred to as FLJ30834 and LOC132332. This protein is known to be expressed mainly in the ...

Sabina Frederic

Sabina Andrea Frederic is an Argentine social anthropologist, university professor and politician, currently serving as Minister of Security since 10 December 2019.

Bonnie Shemie

Bonnie Shemie is an author and illustrator who has written educational books for children including a series about Native American dwellings. She was born in the U.S. and lives in Canada. Her writing highlights pre-modern construction techniques ...

Military Police (Algeria)

The military police have existed since the establishment of the National Peoples Army ANP in 1962, and these units were the basis of the small units in all regiments. These units at the base were to stand guard at the regimental level, and their ...

Eon

EōN, a 2019 music app by Jean-Michel Jarre Eon, a 2008 album by Grafton Primary Eon album, a 1975 album by Richard Beirach, including a track "Eon" "Eons", a song on the album Soundsystem by 311 Eons, a 2014 album by Mimicking Birds

Leoninus

Leoninus may refer to: Elbertus Leoninus 1519 or 1520–1598, Dutch jurist and statesman who helped negotiate the Pacification of Ghent Leonin fl. 1150s -? 1201, the first known significant composer of polyphonic organum

VOC ship Candia (1788)

Candia was a ship of the Dutch East India Company which only once traveled for Asia in 1790 and never returned to the Netherlands.

H3

Happy Hustle High, a manga series by Rie Takada, originally titled "H3 School!" h3h3Productions, styled ", a satirical YouTube channel H3 film, a 2001 film about the 1981 Irish hunger strike

Georgia v. Public.Resource.Org, Inc.

Georgia v. Public.Resource.Org, Inc., No. 18-1150, 590 U.S. ___, was a United States Supreme Court case regarding "whether the government edicts doctrine extends to - and thus renders uncopyrightable - works that lack the force of law, such as th ...

Dokiya Humenna

Dokiya Humenna was a Ukrainian and Ukrainian American writer, one of the most prolific authors of the literary Ukrainian diaspora.

TSG

TSG 1899 Hoffenheim, a German association football club Tennessee State Guard, the state defense force of Tennessee TSG Entertainment, a film financing entity Technology Solutions Group, former name of HP Enterprise Business, a part of Hewlett-Pa ...

Wiro Niessen

Wiro J. Niessen is a Dutch scientist in biomedical image analysis and machine learning, Professor at Erasmus University Medical Center and Delft University of Technology. In 2015 he received the Simon Stevin Meester Award from the Netherlands Org ...

Peggy Napangardi Jones

Peggy Napangardi Jones or Peggy Jones was a Warlpiri/ Warumungu woman born at Phillip Creek Station near Tennant Creek. She was a significant Australian Aboriginal artist who had 10 solo shows and approximately 50 group exhibitions. She was also ...

Daphniphyllum majus

Occurring as a shrub or as a tree, Daphniphyllum majus is a species in the family Daphniphyllaceae. It is found in Mainland Southeast Asia and Yunnan in Zhōngguo/China. Uses of the plant include fuel and smoking-material.

David Richeson

David S. Richeson is an American mathematician whose interests include the topology of dynamical systems, recreational mathematics, and the history of mathematics. He is a professor of mathematics at Dickinson College.

Eulers Gem

Eulers Gem: The Polyhedron Formula and the Birth of Topology is a book on the formula V − E + F = 2 {\displaystyle V-E+F=2} for the Euler characteristic of convex polyhedra and its connections to the history of topology. It was written by David R ...

Sulayman Ibn Abd al-Wahhab

Sulayman ibn Abd al-Wahhab was a Hanbali Cleric from the Najd region. He was the brother of Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab, the founder of the Wahhabi movement, and he was one of the critics of his brother and the Wahhabi movement. He considered it a ...

Brandenburg (disambiguation)

Brandenburg Euthanasia Centre, a Nazi killing facility located in the aforementioned town Brandenburg an der Havel, a town in Brandenburg, Germany Brandenburg-Ansbach, margraviate Brandenburg-Stendal, margraviate Brandenburg-Schwedt, margraviate ...

Calvin Sun

Calvin Datze Sun is an American emergency room doctor. He is the founder and CEO of the travel company, The Monsoon Diaries. Sun is notable for his first-hand reporting on the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic in New York City emergency rooms.

Henry FitzRoy

Henry FitzRoy may refer to: Henry FitzRoy, Duke of Richmond and Somerset 1519–1536, the only illegitimate child acknowledged by Henry VIII Henry Fitzroy character, character in fiction based on the above Henry FitzRoy d. 1158 1103–1158, illegitim ...

Geopolymer bonded wood composite

Geopolymer bonded wood composite are similar and a green emerging alternatives to cement bonded wood composites. These products are composed of geopolymer binder, wood fibers/ wood particles. Depending on the wood and geopolymer ratio in the mate ...

Adolf Magnus-Levy

Adolf Magnus-Levy was a German physician and physiologist who studied human metabolism and diseases associated with it. He took a special interest in studies of diabetes, goitre, and myeloma. Being of Jewish origin, he escaped Nazi persecution an ...

Ahmad ibn Ismail ibn Ali al-Hashimi

Ahmad ibn Ismail ibn Ali was a minor Abbasid personage and provincial governor who was active in the late eighth and early ninth centuries.

Air polymer-type A

Air polymer-type A, sold under the brand name ExEm Foam, is a drug for the detection of fallopian tube patency in women with known or suspected infertility. It was approved for use in the United States in November 2019. Air polymer-type A is infu ...

Yellow Economic Circle

Yellow Economic Circle is an economic movement proposed by supporters of the 2019–20 Hong Kong protests, which promotes support to restraurants or merchants that vocie against the extradition bill. On the other hand, Chinese-invested and pro-CCP ...

Genghis Khan (disambiguation)

Genghis Khan 2018 film, 2018 Chinese film Genghis Khan 1965 film, a 1965 British film starring Omar Sharif Genghis Khan documentary, a 2005 British television documentary Genghis Khan 2004 TV series, a 2004 Chinese-Mongolian television series Gen ...

Linda S. Goldberg

Linda S. Goldberg is an Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and is currently Senior Vice President in the Research Policy Leadership division. She holds a Ph.D. and M.A. from Princeton University and a B.A. in Mathematics and Econom ...

Java arquebus

Java arquebus refer to long primitive firearm from Indonesian archipelago, dating back to the last quarter of 15th century. The weapon was used by local armies, albeit in low number compared to total fighting men, before the arrival of Iberian ex ...

Ars Magnesia

Ars Magnesia was a book on magnetism by the Jesuit scholar Athanasius Kircher in 1631. It was his first published work, written while he was professor of ethics and mathematics, Hebrew and Syriac at the University of Wurzburg. It was published in ...

Iropa

The Iropa is a Korean textbook of the Japanese language published in 1492. It is a source on the phonology of Late Middle Japanese. The Iropa is named in official Korean list of textbooks for Japanese dated 1430, 1469 and 1707. It was presumably ...

Al-Hātimī

His key works of which substantial portions survive are: Hilyat al-muhādara, fī sināat al-shir, ed. by Jafar al-Kattānī Baghdad, 1979 al-Risāla al-mūdiha. Seeger A. Bonebakker, Four Chapters from the "Hilyat al-muhādara" - Arabic Texts, Quaderni ...

Wavefront expansion algorithm

The wavefront expansion algorithm is a specialized potential field path planner with breadth-first search to avoid local minima. It uses a growing circle around the robot. The nearest neighbors are analyzed first and then the radius of the circle ...

Martine Robbeets

Martine Robbeets is a Belgian comparative linguist. She is known for the Transeurasian languages hypothesis, which groups the Japonic, Koreanic, Tungusic, Mongolic, and Turkic languages together into a single language family.

Gadi Pollack

Gadi Pollack is an Israeli illustrator and author of Haredi childrens books. He has 45 published books, some of them collaborations with Baruch Chait.

Rio Tinto Pier (Huelva, Spain)

The Rio Tinto Pier was a commercial pier formerly used for the trade of material from the mines of the Rio Tinto Company in Andalusia, Spain. It is situated on the River Odiel in the city of Huelva. An estimated 150 million tons of ore were shipp ...

Employee trust

An employee trust is a trust for the benefit of employees. The employees that an employee trust benefits are usually defined by reference to employment by a particular company or group of companies. In addition to employees, the beneficiaries may ...

Assizes (disambiguation)

Assize or Assizes may also refer to: Assizes of Ariano, law of the Kingdom of Sicily 1140 Cour dassises, French court in charge of felonies Assize of Northampton, additional legal measures taken by Henry II of England Assize of Bread and Ale, an ...

Living building material

A living building material is a material used in construction or industrial design that behaves in a way resembling a living organism. Examples include: self-mending biocement, self-replicating concrete replacement, and mycelium-based composites ...

Krisztian Grecso

Grecso was born in Szegvar on 18 May 1976. His younger brother, Zoltan Grecso, is a dancer and choreographer. He graduated from the Janos Batsanyi High School in Csongrad. In 2001, he received a diploma in Hungarian language and literature from t ...

Michael Bach (vision scientist)

Michael Bach is a German scientist who has done research into ophthalmology, clinical electroencephalography, clinical electroretinography, visual acuity testing, and visual perception. Bach created a website, Optical Illusions & Visual Phenomena ...

Gabriel Matzneff

Gabriel Matzneff, is a French writer. He was the winner of the Mottard and Amic awards from the Academie française in 1987 and 2009 respectively, the Prix Renaudot in 2013 and the Prix Cazes in 2015. He described his pedophile and sexual tourism ...

Percy G. Stiles

Stiles was born in Newtonville, Massachusetts. He graduated B.S. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1897. He obtained a PhD in physiology from Johns Hopkins University in 1902. He was instructor in physiology at the University and Bell ...

Code page 1169

Code page 1169 is an 8-bit character encoding, designed to cover several Asian languages that use the Cyrillic script which are not covered by the older Windows-1251: Azerbaijani, Bashkir, Kazakh, Tajik, Tatar, and Uzbek. It also covers the Russi ...

Ahi

Independent Herrenian Group Spanish: Agrupacion Herreña Independiente, AHI, a Spanish political party in El Hierro Azrak-Hamway, a defunct American toy company Adventist Health International Association for Heritage Interpretation American Hellen ...

Eva Knatchbull-Hugesson

Eva Knatchbull-Hugessen was the second daughter of the politician and writer Edward Knatchbull-Hugessen, 1st Baron Brabourne and his first wife Anna Maria Elizabeth Southwell. Her younger brothers Edward and Cecil later succeeded as Baron Brabour ...

Greater Auckland (advocacy group)

Greater Auckland is a non-profit group that advocates for public transport and urbanism in Auckland, New Zealand. The group was originally founded as the Auckland Transport Blog but has since evolved to analysing and publishing on a number of Auc ...

1996–97 North Dakota Fighting Sioux mens ice hockey season

The 1996–97 North Dakota Fighting Sioux mens ice hockey team represented the University of North Dakota in college ice hockey during the 1996–97 NCAA Division I mens ice hockey season. In its 3rd year under head coach Dean Blais the team compiled ...

Wairarapa District Health Board

The Wairarapa District Health Board is a district health board with the focus on providing healthcare to the Masterton, Carterton, and South Wairarapa districts of New Zealand.

Paula Penfold

Paula Penfold is a New Zealand investigative journalist. She is best-known for her investigation into the wrongful conviction of Auckland man Teina Pora for murder and rape.