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DGE

DGE or Dge may refer to: Direccion General de Estadistica, the General Directorate of Statistics, a Mexican government agency founded in 1882 and merged into its successor agency INEGI in 1983 Dynamic stochastic general equilibrium, a branch of a ...

Mahan

Mahan may refer to: Mahan confederacy, chiefdoms in ancient Korea Mahaan 1992 film, a 1992 Indian Malayalam film Mahan, Hamadan, a village in Hamadan Province, Iran Mahan District, an administrative subdivision of Kerman Province Mahan Rural Dist ...

Mustafa Bey Barmada

Barmada was named Governor General of the State of Aleppo 1923–1924 under the French Mandate of Syria after Kamil Al Qudsi. Barmada, the Istanbul trained legal expert resigned as a Governor on 5 January 1924, after eight months in office because ...

Live at Donington

Live at Donington may refer to: Live at Donington, a live video release from AC/DC of the 1991 show at Monsters of Rock released in 1992 on VHS, 2003 on DVD and 2007 on Blu-ray Live at Donington: Monsters of Rock 1990, a live album by Thunder ban ...

La Guerre River

The La Guerre River is a tributary of the south shore of lake Saint-François which is crossed to the east by the Saint Lawrence river. This river flows through the municipalities of Sainte-Barbe and Saint-Anicet, in the Le Haut-Saint-Laurent Regi ...

MKF-6 (multispectral camera)

The MKF-6 is a multispectral camera, that was designed and made in East Germany for the purpose of Remote sensing of the earths surface. The device was built by the Kombinat Carl-Zeiss-Jena in cooperation with the Institute for Electronics of the ...

Rocky Road

Rocky road ice cream, an ice cream flavor that contains marshmallows and nuts Rocky Road Cereal, a former American breakfast cereal of the 1980s Rocky road dessert, a dessert made from chocolate, marshmallows, and nuts Rocky Road candy bar, manuf ...

First Finale

First Finale is the fifth and final studio album by Kiyotaka Sugiyama & Omega Tribe, released by VAP on December 11, 1985, shortly before their breakup on December 24. Then album peaked at the #1 spot of the Oricon charts, and the albums single, ...

Knightmare (disambiguation)

Knightmare is a British television programme for children and was broadcast on CITV from 1987 to 1994. Knightmare may also refer to: Knightmare 1987 video game, based on the television programme Knightmare, a series of events that happened on Aug ...

Cypress-Redcliff

Cypress-Redcliff was a provincial electoral district in Alberta mandated to return a single member to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta using the first past the post method of voting from 1986 to 1993.

7A

7A or VII-A may refer to: Air Next IATA airline designator Vermont Route 7A British Columbia Highway 7A 7A, the production code for the 1986 Doctor Who serial The Mysterious Planet Oflag VII-A Murnau, a German prisoner of war camp Stalag VII-A, a ...

Mitchinamecus River

The Mitchinamecus River is a watercourse of the North Shore of St. Lawrence River, in the province of Quebec, in Canada. The current of this river crosses the territory of: the city of La Tuque, in Mauricie; the unorganized territories of Lac-Osc ...

Biggle

Biggle or Biggles may refer to: Biggle Lloyd Biggle, Jr. 1923–2002, American musician, author and oral historian Biggles Carl Barat, an English musician known for Dirty Pretty Things and The Libertines, nicknamed Biggles by Peter Doherty Biggles ...

Vantage

Vantage may refer to: Vantage, Washington, a census-designated place in Kittitas County, Washington Vantage Specialty Chemicals, a specialty chemicals company Vantage Club, a frequent flyer program for Monarch Airlines Vantage, a flat-bed, busine ...

Green Alternative

Green Alternative: Green Alternative Hungary, a political party in Hungary in 1993-2000 Civil United Green Alternative GROZA, formerly Interregional Green Party, is a Russian movement, founded in 1991, an associate member of the European Green Pa ...

Combinatorics of Finite Geometries

Combinatorics of Finite Geometries is an undergraduate mathematics textbook on finite geometry by Lynn Batten. It was published by Cambridge University Press in 1986 with a second edition in 1997.

Arko Mukhaerjee

Arka Mukherjee, popularly known by his artist name, Arko Mukhaerjee, is a North Indian classical singer and an urban folk musician from Calcutta, India. He sings folk songs in various languages including Bengali and Nepali. The singer can sing in ...

Art Gallery Theorems and Algorithms

Art Gallery Theorems and Algorithms is a mathematical monograph on topics related to the art gallery problem, on finding positions for guards within a polygonal museum floorplan so that all points of the museum are visible to at least one guard, ...

And the Winner Is (disambiguation)

And the Winner is a British radio comedy program. And the Winner Is may also refer to: "And the Winner Is. The Oscars of 1963", an episode of the American television series Feud "And the Winner Is." The Legend of Korra, an episode of the American ...

Slovak koruna (1939–1945)

The Slovak koruna or Slovak crown was the currency of the Nazi-era Slovak Republic between 1939 and 1945. The Slovak koruna replaced the Czechoslovak koruna at par and was replaced by the reconstituted Czechoslovak koruna, again at par. Initially ...

Kreller Companies

Kreller Companies is an American corporate investigations and risk management firm based in Cincinnati, Ohio. Since its founding in the late 1980s, it has advised clients on efficient use of third-party business information vendors. However, toda ...

Fox Valley

Fox Valley may refer to: Fox Valley, Saskatchewan, a village in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Fox Valley Illinois in northern Illinois, which includes the watershed of the Fox River, a tributary of the Illinois River. The Fox Cities near ...

Shreenarayan Yadav

Shri Narayan Yadav is an Indian politician and a member of Bihar Legislative Assembly of India. He represents the Sahebpur Kamal constituency in Begusarai district of Bihar. In the October 2010 Bihar Assembly elections, Shreenarayan Yadav of Rash ...

South of Reno

South of Reno is a 1988 American drama film directed by Mark Rezyka and starring Jeff Osterhage, Lisa Blount, Lewis Van Bergen, Joe Estevez, Julia Montgomery, Brandis Kemp, Danitza Kingsley and Bert Remsen. It is Rezykas directorial debut.

All Saints High School

All Saints Catholic High School, Sheffield, South Yorkshire All Saints Catholic High School, Rawtenstall, Rawtenstall All Saints RC Secondary, Glasgow All Saints Catholic High School, Kirkby, Merseyside, England

Craig Montgomery (sound engineer)

Craig Montgomery is an audio engineer from Seattle. He began working with Nirvana shortly after their debut album Bleach was released in 1989 on indie record label Sub Pop. Montogomery also worked with other bands on the Sub Pop label. Montogomer ...

Mugen Shinshi

Mugen Shinshi is a Japanese manga metaseries by Yosuke Takahashi. The story follows the adventures of Mamiya Mugen, a teenage detective from the Showa era Japan, retold in multiple alternate continuities. The second and main series was loosely ad ...

Lauren Wasylkiw

Lauren Wasylkiw is a Canadian curler from Kleinburg, Ontario. She was the second for Team Newfoundland and Labrador at the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

Triplex

Triplex may refer to: Triplex film, a 1991 French film 2-8-8-8-4, a locomotive nicknamed "Triplex" Triplex locomotive, a type of locomotive Triplex genetics, triple-stranded DNA Triplex espionage, code name of a British World War II espionage ope ...

Albert Scardino

Albert Scardino is an American journalist and former publisher of The Georgia Gazette who is known for winning the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing in 1984.

Medicinal Chemistry Research

Medicinal Chemistry Research is a peer-reviewed scientific journal of medicinal chemistry emphasizing the structure-activity relationships of biologically active compounds. It was founded in 1991 by Alfred Burger, who also founded the Journal of ...

2020 Romanian local elections

Local elections were supposed to be held in Romania in early June 2020. As the COVID-19 pandemic emerged and evolved, the Government of Romania posponed the elections to a date no later than 31 December 2020, and extended all the terms of the loc ...

Bobby Henline

Robert "Bobby" Henline is an American stand-up comedian, motivational speaker, and former U.S. Army soldier. He began his career in comedy in 2009 when he performed at an open mic night at the Comedy Store in L.A. He has since gone on to perform ...

CTF 2187

CTF 2187 was a play-by-mail game published by Advanced Gaming Enterprises. Reviewer Mark Weseman stated that "The game is a test of skill and endurance between battle robots, which are usually divided in an arena measuring between 20 x 20 hexes t ...

WBYB

WBYB may refer to: WBYB FM, a radio station 98.3 FM licensed to serve Cleveland, Mississippi, United States WMUV, a radio station 100.7 FM licensed to Brunswick, Georgia, United States, which held the call sign WBYB from 1992 to 1995 WCGH, a radi ...

Aldershot (disambiguation)

Aldershot is a town in Hampshire, England. Aldershot may also refer to: Aldershot Town F.C., the current football team from the English town Aldershot railway station, a railway station in the English town Aldershot, Ontario, an unincorporated co ...

Christabel Oduro

Christabel Oduro is a Canadian womens soccer player. She has made five appearances for the Canada womens national soccer team, and has played domestic football in Canada, the US, Germany, Israel and Sweden. Oduro plays as a forward.

Tokugawa Buraichō

Matsudaira Tadateru the sixth son of Tokugawa Ieyasu was exiled from Tokugawa shogunate and he secretly lives in Yoshiwara in Edo. One day he accidentally meet Yagyū Jūbei. They start living in Yoshiwaras "Hanabusarō" and fight against the shogun ...

Rita Cucchiara

Rita Cucchiara is an Italian Electrical and Computer Engineer and Full Professor of Computer Architecture and Computer Vision in the" Enzo Ferrari” Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in It ...

Mega Man X (character)

Mega Man X, or Rockman X in the games original Japanese, usually abbreviated to simply X ", is a video game character and main protagonist of Capcoms Mega Man X video game series. Introduced in the 1993 Super Nintendo video game Mega Man X, Mega ...

Jitendra Singh Tomar

Jitendra Singh Tomar is an Indian director and producer known for his works in Music video industry Tera Saath, Vaari Sanam, Roothe Chahe Rab.

Police x Heroine Lovepatrina!

Police x Heroine Lovepatrina! is a Japanese tokusatsu TV drama series announced on May 28, 2020. It is the fourth installment in the Girls × Heroine! Series produced by Takara Tomy and OLM, Inc. with the assistance of Shogakukan and EXPG Studio. ...

Manoj S Nair

Manoj S Nair is a Film director and Screenwriter from Kerala, India who predominantly works in Malayalam cinema. Manoj S Nair made his directorial debut in the Malayalam film industry with Lessons. the four-part anthology film released in October ...

Crease

Crease may refer to: Crease band, American hard rock band that formed in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida in 1994 Crease pattern, origami diagram type that consists of all or most of the creases in the final model Skin crease, areas of skin where it folds ...

Heraldic mark of the Prime Minister of Canada

The Heraldic mark of the prime minister of Canada is granted exclusively to holders of the office who pursue an official personal coat of arms from the Canadian Heraldic Authority.

Orby TV

Orby TV is an American direct broadcast satellite service provider based in Burbank, California, launched 2019, they transmits digital satellite television and audio to households in the United States. Its primary competitors are Dish Network, Di ...

Evolver

Evolver The Mammals album, a 2002 album Evolver 311 album, a 2003 album Evolver John Legend album, a 2008 album by R&B/soul singer John Legend Evolver: The Making of Youthanasia, a film chronicles Megadeths experience recording Youthanasia Ev ...

Over the Hill

"Over the Hill", a 2008 episode of the British TV series Ashes to Ashes Over the Hill 1992 film, an Australian film Over the Hill TV series, a 1994–1995 Australian television series on the Seven Network Over the Hill to the Poorhouse, a 1920 Amer ...

Lefferts

Craig Lefferts b. 1957, American professional baseball player Charles M. Lefferts 1873–1923, American illustrator and soldier John Lefferts 1785–1829, American politician George Lefferts, American writer, producer and director Winifred E. Leffert ...

Yellow Creek

Yellow Creek South Dakota, a stream in South Dakota Yellow Creek Michigan, a stream in Berrien County, Michigan Yellow Creek Illinois, a tributary of the Pecatonica River, Illinois Yellow Creek Grand River, a tributary of the Grand River, Missour ...