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Mam

Mam Tor, a hill near Castleton in the High Peak of Derbyshire, England Mam, Azerbaijan, a village in Azerbaijan Isle of Mam, a phantom island An Mam or Maum, a settlement in Ireland General Servando Canales International Airport in Matamoros, Tam ...

ADR

Architectural decision record Asynchronous DRAM refresh, an approach for persistent memory found in some Intel Xeon processors The adr microformat, part of the hCard microformat Action–domain–responder architectural pattern

Top (disambiguation)

"The Top" short story, a short story by Franz Kafka The Top album, a 1984 album by The Cure Top comics, a supervillain character from the DC Comics universe Top TV Papua, regional television station in Papua, Indonesia

Tamar

Tamar name, including a list of people with the name Tamar goddess, deity in Georgian mythology Tamar born 1980, American singer Tamar daughter of David, daughter of biblical king David Tamar of Georgia 1160s–1213, ruled 1184–1213 Tamar Genesis, ...

Darwin

Darwin most often refers to: Charles Darwin 1809–1882, English naturalist and writer, best known as the originator of the theory of biological evolution by natural selection Darwin surname, a surname including a list of people with the name Darwi ...

Var

Vār, Iran, village in West Azerbaijan Province, Iran Var river, France Var Olt, a river in Harghita County, Romania Var, a village in Jibou town, Salaj County, Romania VAR, the IATA airport code for Varna Airport, Bulgaria Var, a village in Obrej ...

Xanadu

Xanadu may refer to: "Kubla Khan", an 1816 poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, which popularised the name Xanadu for Shangdu Shangdu, the summer capital of Kublai Khans Yuan empire, which became a mythological place and a metaphor for splendor and o ...

Blue hole (disambiguation)

Blue Hole National Park, an inland "blue hole" near Belmopan in Cayo District, Belize Blue Hole in Lee County, Arkansas Blue Hole New Mexico, a popular altitude diving scuba site Blue Hole Big Pine Key, an abandoned rock quarry in the Florida Key ...

Paradise Island (disambiguation)

Paradise Island, known locally as Lankanfinolhu, an island in the Kaafu Atoll in the Maldives Paradise Island, Florida, one of three islands in Lake Tohopekaliga, Florida, USA Paradise Island, an island in the Palmyra Atoll, administered by USA P ...

Nabab LLB

Nabab LLB is an upcoming Bangladeshi Bangla language feature film directed by Ananya Mamun and produced by Celebrity Production. The film stars Shakib Khan, and features Mahiya Mahi and Orchita Sporshia in supporting roles.

NTV

Nepal Television &TV, TV station Next TV, or NTV, Taiwanese television station NTV Sri Lanka, a state-owned, English-language television channel NTV India, Telugu regional channel NTV Kenya NTV Uganda, TV station in Uganda NTV Hayat, Bosnia a ...

Koch

Koch dynasty, a dynasty in Assam and Bengal, north east India Koch language, a language spoken in India and Bangladesh Koch family Koch people or Koche, an ethnic group originally from the ancient Koch kingdom in north east India Koch surname, pe ...

Meghna Express

Meghna Express is an inter-city train service running between Chittagong Railway Station of Chittagong and Chandpur Railway Station of Chandpur operated by Bangladesh Railway.

Atari (disambiguation)

Atari Games, 1984–2003 the coin-operated game company spun off from the original Atari Inc.s Coin-Op division Atari Interactive, the current holding company of the Atari brand and a division of Atari, SA Atari, Inc., 1972–1984 the defunct origina ...

MyTV

MyTV, an Indonesian television station, formerly known as Banten TV and INTV myTV mobile service, a defunct mobile TV service of Smart Communications existed from 2007 to 2010 myTV or myTV SUPER, an online TV service of Television Broadcasts Limi ...

Lutfur Rahman George

Lutfur Rahman George is a Bangladeshi television and film actor. He has worked in films like Aguner Poroshmoni and Aynabaji. He is currently the organizational editor of Actors’ Equity Bangladesh.

Hallmark (disambiguation)

Hallmark Channel Italy Hallmark Cards, a greeting card manufacturer based in Kansas City, Missouri Hallmark Channel UK Hallmark Channel Australia Hallmark Channel International Hallmark Channel, an American cable television network owned by Crown ...

USA (disambiguation)

USA or U.S.A. is an abbreviation for the United States, a federal republic in North America; USA is also the countrys ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 code. USA, U.S.A., or Usa may also refer to:

Mizanur Rahman Aryan

Mizanur Rahman Aryan is a Bangladeshi television director and Scriptwriter who has directed the telefilm Boro Chele which is most viewed Bangladeshi telefilm in YouTube. He has directed more than 70 Dramas, telefilms and serial since 2012.

Division

Cell division, the process in which biological cells multiply Division horticulture, a method of vegetative plant propagation, or the plants created by using this method Division botany, a taxonomic rank for plants or fungi, equivalent to phylum ...

DSE

Dhaka Stock Exchange, the main Stock Exchange of Dhaka, Bangladesh Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange Damascus Securities Exchange, the main Stock Exchange of Damascus, Syria

M1

Leica M1, a 1959 35 mm camera model M1 TV channel, news channel of the Hungarian MTVA WD-M01 Turn A Gundam, a mecha from the anime Turn A Gundam Olympus OM-1, a 1972 manually operated 35mm single-lens reflex camera M-1 Lithuanian radio station M- ...

Boris

Boris Zhukov born 1959, stage name for American retired professional wrestler James Kirk Harrell Boris III of Bulgaria 1894–1943, ruler of the Kingdom of Bulgaria in the first half of the 20th century Boris given name, a male given name Boris sin ...

Baran

Bulandshahr, India, earlier known as Baran Baran, Rajasthan, a city in Baran district, India Baran district, in the state of Rajasthan in India Bārān, alternative name of Borj-e Balan, a village in Markazi Province, Iran Baran, Khuzestan, a villa ...

US (disambiguation)

Us novel, a 2014 novel by David Nicholls Us 2019 film, a 2019 horror film by Jordan Peele The History of Us, a 2013 novel by Leah Stewart "Us" The Walking Dead, an episode of the television series The Walking Dead Us Weekly, an American celebrity ...

Zvezda

Star 2014 film, a Russian film Zvezda magazine, Russian literary magazine Zvezda TV channel, Russian TV channel The Star 2002 film, a Russian film The Star 1953 film, a Russian film

Chaser

Chaser dog 2004–2019, the name of an American female Border Collie dog with an extensive memory Chaser, a horse trained for steeple-chasing Chaser, a type of dragonfly

Miss Polonia 2011

Miss Polonia 2011 was the 37th Miss Polonia pageant, held on December 9, 2011. The winner was Marcelina Zawadzka of Pomerania and she represented Poland in Miss Universe 2012. Top 8 finalist, Justyna Rajczyk represented Poland in Miss Earth 2012.

Silver Creek

Silver Creek, New York, a village in Chautauqua County Silver Creek, Tennessee, an unincorporated community Silver Creek, Missouri, a village in Newton County Silver Creek, Colorado, a mining ghost town Silver Creek, Georgia, an unincorporated co ...

KTV

KTV may refer to: Karaoke box, a karaoke entertainment establishment Karaoke television, a form of interactive musical entertainment

Dump

Dump months, times when, due to limited box office potential, new movies are generally perceived as being of low quality and limited appeal Dumped, a British reality television programme Dump, tape delay broadcasting Dump band, an alias for the s ...

BBR

Belize Bird Rescue, an avian rescue and rehabilitation centre in Belize Broken Bow Records, a country music label based in Nashville, Tennessee Berry Bros. & Rudd, a London-based wine merchant

BZ

Belousov–Zhabotinsky reaction, example of non-equilibrium thermodynamics Benzoyl, group Bz, C 6 H 5 -CO-, a functional group: acyl derived from benzoic acid Bronze, an alloy consisting of Cu Copper and Sn tin Benzimidazole, an aromatic compound a ...

Lucky Strike (disambiguation)

Lucky Strike Lanes, a chain of bowling lanes Lucky Strike, a former restaurant and bar at 59 Wooster Street in SoHo, New York City Lucky Strike, a brand of jeans

SPR

South Persia Rifles, British-commanded unit 1916-1921 Society for Psychical Research, founded in 1882 Spirit AeroSystems, Wichita, Kansas, US, NYSE symbol Sive, Paget & Riesel, a US law firm Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya Malaysia Election Commission o ...

Jonathan Williams

A pseudonym used by science fiction author Walter Jon Williams when writing historical fiction Jonathan Williams filmmaker, Canadian web series creator, writer and director Jonathan Williams horn player born 1957, British horn player Jonathan Wil ...

Footprint (disambiguation)

Footprint electronics, the layout of electronic connections on a printed circuit board Carbon footprint, the carbon dioxide released by a human activity into the atmosphere Footprinting, the technique of gathering information about computer syste ...

Wave (disambiguation)

WAVE TV, an American television station WAVE Radio, a radio station in Belize City CHKX-FM, Canadian radio station known as Wave 947

The Guardian (disambiguation)

The Guardian is a British daily newspaper founded in 1821, with sister publications in Australia and the United States. The Guardians may also refer to:

Skyfire (web series)

When the country is ravaged by multiple natural disasters, only the elite Intelligence team knows that there something suspicious happening. In a seemingly disconnected incident, a young orphan boy goes missing and its only his night school teach ...

Bol

BOL band, a Norwegian electronica band Bol music, a feature of Indian rhythm Bol film, a 2011 Pakistani film directed by Shoaib Mansoor Bol soundtrack BOL Network, a Pakistani media group BOL Entertainment

Copacabana

Fort Copacabana, Brazil Copacabana, New South Wales, Gosford, NSW, Australia Copacabana Beach in Dubrovnik, Croatia, a lesser-known beach by that name Copacabana Municipality, Bolivia Copacabana, Antioquia, Colombia Copacabana, Bolivia

Paria

Paria, Utah, or Pahreah, a ghost town on the Paria River in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Utah, United States Paria, a Spanish colonial province of Venezuela, constituting the eastern portion of the country Paria Peru, a mountain ...

Durandal (disambiguation)

Durandal or Durendal is the legendary sword of the French hero Roland. Durandal may also refer to: Military: Durandal -class destroyer, a group of four destroyers built for the French Navy between 1896 and 1900, used during the First World War SN ...

PSU

Partido State University Plattsburgh State University Pacific States University Pangasinan State University Pennsylvania State University Portland State University Plymouth State University Prince Sultan University Pembroke State University Palaw ...

Presto

Presto company, an Australian streaming company Presto UK supermarket, a grocery chain in the U.K. from the 1960s to 1998 Great Taste Coffee Makers, a.k.a. Presto, a Philippine Basketball Association team Presto Studios, a computer game developme ...

The Heights

Washington Heights, Manhattan, a neighborhood of Uptown Manhattan El Alto, a city in Bolivia which means" The Heights” Houston Heights, a historic neighborhood of Houston, Texas, known locally as "The Heights" The Heights Middlebury, Vermont also ...

ASP

Application service provider, to customers over a network Attached Support Processor, of IBM OS/360 and SVS, renamed to Asymmetrical multiProcessor Answer set programming, a declarative programming paradigm Active Server Pages, a web-scripting in ...

The Other Side (SZA and Justin Timberlake song)

The Other Side is a song by American singers SZA and Justin Timberlake. It was released on February 26, 2020, as the lead single from the Trolls World Tour companion soundtrack, Trolls World Tour. Timberlake voices the character "Branch" in the f ...

Intentions (Justin Bieber song)

Intentions is a song by Canadian singer Justin Bieber featuring American rapper Quavo from the hip-hop trio Migos. It was released with a music video on February 7, 2020, as the third single from Biebers fifth studio album Changes. This is their ...