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Costello

Costello Athletic Center, multi-purpose arena in Lowell, Massachusetts, USA Costello, Northern Territory, a locality in the Barkly Region in Australia Casla Costelloe in English, village in western County Galway, Ireland

TMC

Transportation Management Center, a division of American shipping company C.H. Robinson Transportation Manufacturing Corporation, a defunct bus manufacturer based in Roswell, New Mexico Triumph Motor Company, a defunct British automotive manufact ...

Whangaehu

Whangaehu is a settlement in the Rangitikei District and Manawatū-Whanganui Region of New Zealands North Island. Whangaehu is located near the mouth of the Whangaehu River, a large river flowing from for 135 kilometres 84 mi the crater lake of Mo ...

Scratch

A scratch is a mark of abrasion on a surface. Scratching is a form of rubbing which may create scratches; living creatures that scratch their skin usually do so in response to itching, which response is sometimes called a scratch reflex. Scratch ...

Jayaba Mukne

Jayabha Mukne or Jaideoraoji Mukne also known as Paupera and Jagappa Nayak Mukne was first Koli ruler of Jawhar State. He also spelled as Jayaba Mukne, Jayaba Mookna, Jayab Mookney, Joya Mookney, Jayab Mukne, Jayaba Mukna. He founded the Jawhar S ...

Dora S. Bjarnason

Dora S. Bjarnason is Professor Emerita in Sociology and Disability Studies/Inclusive Education in the School of Education at the University of Iceland.

Energy Transitions Commission

The Energy Transition Commission is an international think tank, focusing on economic growth and climate change mitigation. It was created in September 2015 and is based in London. The commission currently contains 32 commissioners from a selecti ...

Lana

Lana may refer to: Lana album Wild Energy. Lana, a 2006 Ukrainian fantasy novel Lana chimpanzee, a language research chimpanzee Lana wrestler, professional wrestler and pro wrestling manager Lana given name LANA, Latency-associated nuclear antige ...

Cem (disambiguation)

College of Emergency Medicine, now part of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine College of Engineering Munnar, an engineering college in Munnar, India College of Estate Management, former name of the University College of Estate Management Col ...

Romana Jerkovic

Romana Jerkovic is a Croatian politician for the Social Democratic Party who has been serving as a Member of the European Parliament for the Croatian nationwide constituency since February 2020.

IEA

IEA may refer to: International Ergonomics Association International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, government of Afghanistan from 1996-2001 International Energy Agency, Paris N.N. Mikluk ...

Atomic Energy Commission

Many countries have or have had an Atomic Energy Commission. These include: Atomic Energy Commission of India 1948–present Commissariat à lenergie atomique et aux energies alternatives, France 1945–present United States Atomic Energy Commission 1 ...

Dufour

Dufour, California, in Yolo County, California, United States Dufourspitze or Dufours peak, in the Swiss Alps Julia Dufour, a village and municipality in Santa Cruz Province, Argentina

Arm (disambiguation)

Arm geography, a narrow stretch of a larger body of water Distributary or arm, a subsidiary branch of a river Arm River disambiguation, several rivers and locations Armenia ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 country code

World Federation of Energy, Chemical and Various Industry Workers Unions

The World Federation of Energy, Chemical and Various Industry Workers Unions was a global union federation bringing together unions representing workers in a variety of industries. The federation was founded in 1920 in Cologne, as the Internation ...

Union of Metal, Mining and Energy

The Union of Metal, Mining and Energy was a trade union representing blue collar workers in Austria. The union was founded by the Austrian Trade Union Federation in 1945. It was the federations largest affiliate until 1978, when it was overtaken ...

Metal-Textile Union

The Metal-Textile Union was a trade union representing manufacturing workers and miners in Austria. The union was founded in 2000, when the Union of Metal, Mining and Energy GMBE merged with the Union of Textile, Clothing and Leather Workers. The ...

40th Anniversary Tour (Motorhead)

The 40th Annniversary Tour was the final concert tour performed by the English heavy metal band Motorhead in support of the bands 40th anniversary, as well as their album, Bad Magic. It was the final tour before the death of frontman Lemmy Kilmis ...

2019 in the environment

This is a article of notable issues relating to the environment in 2019. They relate to environmental law, conservation, environmentalism and environmental issues. Christian Aid report December 2019 evaluated the costs of floods, fires and storms ...

BER

BER is the IATA area code for airports in the Berlin region, Germany: Berlin-Schonefeld Airport SXF being expanded to cope with increased passenger numbers Berlin Brandenburg Airport BER to be opened in autumn 2020 Berlin-Tegel Airport TXL to be ...

Bolivia–Germany relations

Bolivia–Germany relations refers to the diplomatic relations between the Plurinational State of Bolivia and the Federal Republic of Germany. Both nations are members of the United Nations.

Death zone

In mountaineering, the death zone refers to altitudes above a certain point where the amount of oxygen is insufficient to sustain human life for an extended time span. This point is generally tagged as 8.000 m. The concept was first conceived in ...

SASE

SASE may refer to: Self-addressed stamped envelope, an envelope with the senders name and address on it, with affixed paid postage Specific application service element, a presentation sublayer of computer networking that provides application spec ...

Kumar Tuhin

Kumar Tuhin is a career diplomat from the 1991 batch of the Indian Foreign Service. He assumed charge of the post of Ambassador of India to Hungary on November 18, 2018. Earlier, he was Indias High Commissioner to Namibia. Before joining the Indi ...

Cer

Control event rate, a statistical value in epidemiology Crossover Error Rate, the level at which the number of false rejections equals the false acceptances, it is used to measure the accuracy of a biometric system

FB

Facebook, a social networking website, also known as FB.com F♭ musical note Friendship book, a booklet swapped amongst pen pals Frostbite game engine, a video game engine FB band, an electronic music collaboration of Benny Benassi and Ferry Corsten

NRJ (disambiguation)

NRJ may refer to: NRJ Russia, the Russian version of NRJ. NRJ International, an international franchise of the NRJ radio station. NRJ, a popular French radio station, which also broadcasts internationally. NRJ Group, a French multimedia group bas ...

Maritsa (disambiguation)

The Maritsa is a river that runs through the Balkans. Maritsa may also refer to: Maritsa Municipality, a municipality in Plovdiv Province, Bulgaria FC Maritsa Plovdiv, Bulgarian football club from the city of Plovdiv founded in 1921 Battle of Mar ...

Treaty of Paris

Treaty of Paris 1900, ended all conflicting claims between France and Spain over Rio Muni in Africa Treaty of Sevres 1920, with the Ottoman Empire Treaties of Paris that ended World War I Paris Convention of 1919, the first international conventi ...

Self-loading rifle

Self-loading rifle or autoloading rifle may refer to: Automatic rifle, a firearm that automatically loads and fires rounds, through the bullets energy, as long as its trigger is held down. Semi-automatic rifle, a type of firearm which fires a sin ...

Ministry of Mines and Energy

The Ministry of Mines and Energy is a top-level government entity in several countries, responsible for the oversight of mining and energy production and consumption. The following articles cover individual Ministries of Mines and Energy: Ministr ...

EAC

East Asian Community, a proposed trade bloc Electricity Authority of Cambodia Electricity Authority of Cyprus East African Community, a trade bloc Election Assistance Commission of the Government of the United States European Advisory Commission, ...

COT

Cost of transport, an energy calculation Car of Tomorrow, a car design used in NASCAR racing Finger cot, a hygienic cover for a single finger Cottage developed from the word cot, which can be seen in various forms in other languages meaning a ten ...

Santiago Cruz

Cruz was born on 1 February 1976 in Ibague, Colombia, the Colombian musical capital. He was raised by his mother, his two grandmothers and 10 aunts. After 17 years of living in his hometown and having spent his adolescence in the middle of study ...

Regeneration

Regenerative agriculture, a sub-category of organic agriculture Regeneration biology, the ability to recreate lost or damaged tissues, organs and limbs Regeneration in humans, the ability of humans to recreate, or induce the regeneration of, lost ...

Pei

Pei, Tibet, a town in Tibet Pei Commandery 沛郡, a commandery in Chinese history Matecaña International Airport, Pereira, Colombia, IATA code PEI Pei County 沛县, Jiangsu, China Prince Edward Island, a province of Canada

Let

Let or LET may refer to: Letting, a system of payment for the temporary use of something owned by someone else, also known as "rental" -let, an English diminutive suffix Ladies European Tour, the ladies professional golf tour of Europe LET, part ...

Esco

Estonian Shipping Company, a Soviet Union- and later Estonia- based shipping company ESCO Corporation, a manufacturer of engineered metal parts and components Esco Singaporean company that develops, manufactures, and sells products and services f ...

Venezuelan crisis (disambiguation)

Venezuelan crisis or Venezuela crisis may refer to: Venezuelan crisis of 1902–03, between Venezuela and Britain, Germany and Italy Venezuelan banking crisis of 1994 Dutch–Venezuelan crisis of 1908, between Venezuela and the Netherlands 2013–prese ...

Energia (disambiguation)

Energia was a Soviet rocket, designed to carry the space shuttles of the Buran programme. Energia or Energiya may also refer to: Energeia, the general principle of "activity" as opposed to possibility, in Aristotelianism Energy, a physical quanti ...

Azerbaijan-Congo relations

Azerbaijan-Congo relations refer to the existing bilateral relations between the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo in diplomatic, socio-economic, military and other spheres.

Patricia Mora Castellanos

Patricia Mora Castellanos was born on 13 January 1951. She was president of the National Executive Committee of the Broad Front and a deputy for that party, as well as a member of its Political Commission and the Organizing Committee. She was mar ...

The Last Tour

The Last Tour is a world tour by the bachata group Aventura to promote their final studio album The Last before their split. The Last Tour started on July 31, 2009 and ended on March 7, 2011. It was their last tour as a group, until their 2016 re ...

Richard Newton Holwill

Richard Newton Holwill served as the American Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Ecuador from July 1988 until November 1989, replacing Fernando Enrique Rondon. He had been Deputy Assistant Secretary for Inter-American Affairs at the ...

ECT

ECN-capable transport, a transport layer capable of using Explicit Congestion Notification Eddy-current testing Edge crush test Elementary comparison testing Electrical capacitance tomography

RTS

Rubinstein–Taybi syndrome, a condition characterized by short stature etc Revised Trauma Score, a system to evaluate injuries secondary to violent trauma Rape trauma syndrome, the psychological trauma experienced by a rape victim

PVO

PVO NewsDay, an Australian political program hosted by Peter van Onselen, originally known as PVO NewsHour Peter van Onselen, an Australian television presenter and political writer Paul van Oorschot, a Canadian cryptographer

ESM

Eastport-South Manor Central School District, in New York, United States Engineering science and mechanics East Syracuse-Minoa Central School District, in New York, United States Ecole secondaire de Mirabel, a secondary school in Quebec, Canada E ...

SECA

SECA, SecA or Seca may refer to: Society for the Encouragement of Contemporary Art, an auxiliary part of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art The SECA Mediaguard encryption system, designed by the above company. The SECA Art Awards granted by t ...

Centinela

Centinela may refer to: Geography: Centinela del Condor Canton, canton of Ecuador, located in the Zamora-Chinchipe Province Centinela Adobe, also known as La Casa de la Centinela, is a Spanish Colonial style adobe house built in 1834 Rancho Centi ...