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TMS

That Metal Show, a US TV talk show Test Match Special, BBC cricket coverage TMS entertainment data, a company that provides television program and movie data to cable and streaming services This Movie Sucks!, a Canadian TV show on bad movies

Orgasm gap

The orgasm gap, or pleasure gap, is a social phenomenon referring to the general disparity between cisgendered men and women in terms of sexual satisfaction- more specifically, the unequal frequency in achievement of orgasm during sexual encounte ...

Dorian Pavus

Dorian Pavus is a fictional character in BioWares Dragon Age franchise. He is a human mage from a proud noble bloodline of the Tevinter Imperium, a realm governed by a powerful magic-using oligarchy situated in the northern region of Thedas, the ...

Doomsday

Doomsday may refer to: End time, a time period described in the eschatological writings in Abrahamic religions and in doomsday scenarios of non-Abrahamic religions Global catastrophic risk, a hypothetical event explored in science and fiction whe ...

Collapsology

Collapsology is the study of the collapse of the industrial civilisation and of what might follow this collapse. The concept has been developped in France by Yves Cochet and Agnes Sinaï, cofounders of the Momentum Institute. They define collapse ...

List of kings of Mari

The Sumerian King List SKL records a dynasty of six kings from Mari enjoying hegemony between the dynasty of Adab and the dynasty of Kish. The names of the Mariote kings were damaged on the early copies of the list, and those kings were correlate ...

Regina Lilientalowa

Regina Lilientalowa, Zawichost - 4 December 1924, Warsaw) was a Polish ethnographer, translator and journalist of Jewish origin. She is known for her pioneering research on Jewish folk rituals and literature.

Ethnobotany of Poland

The Ethnobotany of Poland has been the subject of several ethnobotanical surveys since the 19th century studying the role of wild plants in Polish folk culture and contemporary rural communities. The first seminary on ethnobotany in Poland was he ...

Contagion

Behavioral contagion, a tendency to mimic others behavior Complex contagion, a social networking phenomenon Financial contagion, a scenario in which financial shocks spread to other financial sectors Hysterical contagion, an effect in which a gro ...

François Schachter

François Schachter is a scientist and initiator of the Chronos project on the genetics of aging at the Centre dEtude du Polymorphisme Humain.

Inferential confusion

Inferential confusion is a "form of processing information in which an individual accepts a remote possibility based only on subjective evidence". It can also be defined as a meta-cognitive confusion, leading a person to confuse "an imagined poss ...

Radiesthesia

Radiesthesia describes an ability to detect radiation emitted by a person, animal, object or geographical feature. There is no scientific evidence of the existence of this pseudoscientific or occult phenomena. One definition is "sensitivity to ra ...

Elko point

Elko Points, Elko cluster, or Elko eared, are a form of chipped stone projectile points associated with cultures of the northwestern United States. Sometimes also called Desert Corner Notched, Eastgate, Elko Corner Notched, Hells Canyon. They wer ...

South Bend Lions FC

South Bend Lions Football Club is an American football club based in South Bend, Indiana, that plays in USL League Two, the American semi-professional soccer league. The club was established on November 18, 2019 and will begin their first profess ...

Gould Plaza

Jeffrey S. Gould Plaza is an outdoor campus plaza located on West 4th Street that is the home of several New York University schools. It was named after cinematographer Jeffrey S. Gould, and is also the namesake for the NYU welcome center of the ...

Dewesoft

Dewesoft is a Slovenian multinational, a privately held engineering and electronics company headquartered in Trbovlje, Eastern-central Slovenia, with more than 200 employees globally. It is a leading manufacturer and supplier of data acquisition ...

America (steamboat 1899)

America was a steamboat which operated in the state of Oregon, on the upper Willamette River and Multnomah Channel from 1899 to 1911. This vessel should not be confused with America, a steamer of similar design, built in 1912 in Portland, Oregon

Challenge

Challenge may refer to: Voter challenging or caging, a method of challenging the registration status of voters Peremptory challenge, a dismissal of potential jurors from jury duty Euphemism for disability Challenge rhetoric, a dare or a motivatio ...

New Holland

Apostolic Prefecture of New Holland and Apostolic Vicariate of New Holland and Van Diemen’s Land, Roman Catholic missionary jurisdictions New Holland Australia, a historical name for the island continent Australia New Holland, South Dakota, Unite ...

Furniture museum

A furniture museum is a museum with exhibits relating to the history and art of furnitures. Furniture fabricators and designers from all around the world created pieces of art that are shown in specific museums.

Chippendale

Thomas Chippendale c. 1718–1779, cabinetmaker, namesake of Chippendale furniture Alfreda Chippendale 1842–1887, American actress William Chippendale 1730s-1802, English merchant Thomas Chippendale, the younger 1749–1822, cabinetmaker, son of Thom ...

Tung

Tung, a village in Bar Kham, Cambodia Tung, West Bengal, India, on the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway Tung Fort, a hill fort in Maharashtra, India Tung, Sikkim, a village in India Tung Mawal, a village in Maharashtra, India

CSL

Coordinated Science Laboratory, at the University of Illinois Liege Space Center Centre spatial de Liege, at the University of Liege in Belgium Central Science Laboratory, a former UK DEFRA laboratory services agency

Aldo gentilini

Aldo Gentilini was an Italian painter and sculptor. He was also the founder of the Christian Ranist movement.

Dao (disambiguation)

Dao, Dão or DAO may refer to: Dao sword 刀, a type of Chinese sword Tao Chinese: "The Way" 道, a philosophical concept Dao Naga sword, a weapon and a tool of Naga people

Julia Farley

Julia Farley is a British archaeologist specialising in Iron Age and Roman metalwork. She is the Curator of the European Iron Age & Roman Conquest Period collections at the British Museum.

Johannes Boe (archaeologist)

In 1921, Boe received his candidatus philologiæ degree with the thesis Norske guldfund fra folkevandringstiden Norwegian Gold Finds from the Migration Period. In 1931 he received his doctorate with the dissertation Jernalderens keramikk i Norge I ...

Trialeti petroglyphs

Trialeti petroglyphs is prehistoric rock art in the Trialeti area, in the Tsalka Municipality, engraved over a number of periods from the Mesolithic to the Middle Bronze Age. The depictions include geometric, zoomorphic and anthropomorphic images ...

Situla (disambiguation)

Situla is the Latin for bucket or pail, and is used in archaeology and art history for a variety of historic objects with this shape. Situla can also mean: Situla of the Pania, Etruscan, ivory Vace Situla Slovenia Situla culture or "situla art", ...

Celt (disambiguation)

Culture of Wales Cymru Culture of Ireland Eire Culture of Cornwall Kernow Celtic nations, which includes six modern territories Culture of the Isle of Man Mannin Culture of Brittany Breizh Culture of Scotland Alba

Kjell Kleppe

Kjell Kleppe was a Norwegian biochemist and molecular biologist who was a pioneer in PCR technique and build first laboratory in the country for bio and gene technology. Kjell Kleppe earned a B.S. degree from the University of Oslo and a Ph.D. in ...

Dox

Dox may refer to: dox, an IO/FDIS 639-3 code for Bussa language Brainloop Dox, a German Enterprse File Sync & Share Solution and registered trademark Direct oximetry Design of experiments, a statistical approach to experimental design Dog-fox hyb ...

THC production by yeast

Cannabinoids, including tetrahydrocannabinol, the active drug in cannabis, can also be produced by bioengineered yeast, a process colloquially known as pharming. In 2007, a research group reported the successful transgenic placement of a THCA syn ...

Csaba Pal

Csaba Pal is a Hungarian biologist at the Biological Research Centre in Szeged Hungary. His laboratory is part of the Synthetic and Systems Biology Unit at BRC. His research is at the interface of evolution, antibiotic resistance and genome engin ...

Bacterial therapy

Bacterial therapy is the therapeutic use of bacteria to treat diseases. Bacterial therapeutics are living medicines, and may be wild type bacteria or bacteria that have been genetically engineered to possess therapeutic properties that is injecte ...

Living medicine

A living medicine is a type of biologic that consists of a living organism that is used to treat a disease. This usually takes the form of a cell or a virus that has been genetically engineered to possess therapeutic properties that is injected i ...

Nicola Stonehouse

Nicola Jane Stonehouse is a British virologist who is a Professor of molecular virology at the University of Leeds. Her research investigates viral diseases and the use of RNA aptamers to study viral proteins. She has worked on the development of ...

Blanka eihova

Blanka eihova is a Czech immunologist. Her research involves the development of targeted drug delivery methods for cancer. She is the former director at the Institute of Microbiology of the Czech Academy of Sciences. In 2018 eihova was made Presi ...

Adams

The Moon Adams lunar crater Mars Adams Martian crater New Zealand Adams Island, New Zealand, one of the Auckland Islands Philippines Adams, Ilocos Norte United States Adams, Massachusetts Adams town, New York Adams, Minnesota Adams, Nebraska Adam ...

Feed sack dress

Feed sack dresses, flour sack dresses, or feedsack dresses were a common article of clothing in rural US and Canadian communities from the late 19th century through the mid 20th century. They were made at home, usually by women, using the cotton ...

Trad

Trad. is often an abbreviation of the word "traditional". It may refer to: In music: Neo-trad, a musical style that arose in Quebec around the turn of the 21st century Traditional grip, a technique for holding drum sticks Trad jazz like Dixieland ...

Consumers Building

The Consumers Building is a Chicago school high rise office building in Chicagos Loop. It was designed by Jenney, Mundie & Jensen, and was built by Jacob L. Kesner in 1913. The building is owned by the General Services Administration and currentl ...

Mathia Collett

Mathia Collett was a Norwegian merchant and businessperson. After her first husbands death, she was the co-owner of the trading company Collett & Leuch, an influential trading company, with her brother. From 1773 to her death in 1801, she was mar ...

Mantle

Mantle may refer to: Mantle vesture, an Eastern Orthodox vesture worn by monastics and higher clergy Mantle clothing, a cloak-like garment worn mainly by women as fashionable outerwear Mantle royal garment, a garment worn by monarchs and princes ...

John Barbour

John Barbour may refer to: John Barbour actor born 1933, Canadian-born broadcaster and television personality in the United States John Baxter Barbour Jr. 1862–1929, president of Pittsburgh Stock Exchange John Barbour footballer 1890–1916, Scotti ...

Cover Up

Cover Up, or variants, often refers to: Cover-up tattoo, a tattooing method wherein a previous tattoo is tattooed over with a new tattoo. Cover-up, concealment of a scandal Bathrobe or outerwear wrap, worn over bathing suits, lingerie, or nightwe ...

Shoe (disambiguation)

"The Shoe", Bill Shoemaker 1931–2003, American jockey "Shoe", nickname of Niels Shoe Meulman, visual artist and graffiti writer based in Amsterdam "Shoe", nickname of Dan Hsu, former editor-in-chief of the video game magazine Electronic Gaming Mo ...

Pram

Pram, Austria, a municipality in the district of Grieskirchen in the Austrian state of Upper Austria Dorf an der Pram, a municipality in the district of Scharding in the Austrian state of Upper Austria Zell an der Pram, a municipality in the dist ...

Lingerie (disambiguation)

Lingerie can refer to: Lingerie tape, a double-sided adhesive tape, used to secure the edges of a strapless dress Lingerie as outerwear, a fashion trend Lingerie Bowl, an annual Super Bowl halftime alternative special shown on pay-per-view TV Lin ...

Bonfire (disambiguation)

A bonfire is a large, controlled outdoor fire. It may also refer to: Bonfire album, a 5 disc box set by the Australian band AC/DC "Bonfire", a song by Third Eye Blind from Ursa Major "Bonfire", a song by rapper Childish Gambino from Camp Bonfire ...