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Iraq–Turkey border

The border starts in the west at the tripoint with Syria at the confluence of Tigris river and Little Khabur river. It then follows the latter river eastwards, and then the Hezil Suyu river to the north-east. The border then turns eastwards overl ...

Intelligent information society

Intelligent information society is a hypothetical social organization. It is defined by data created, collected and accumulated through advanced information, communication technology infrastructure and artificial intelligence. It is a society in ...

Outline of Rogets Thesaurus

This is a synopsis and outline of Rogets Thesaurus of English words and phrases with links to relevant Wikipedia articles. It is provided here as an alternative classification scheme for browsing article titles. See also the Wiktionary use of the ...

Washington Summit (1990)

The Washington Summit comprised a meeting between US President George H. W. Bush and Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev, taking place on May 30 – June 3, 1990, just a few months after the fall of the Berlin Wall. It was their third meetin ...

1990 World Cup (mens golf)

The 1990 World Cup took place at the Grand Cypress Resort Golf Club in Orlando, Florida, United States. It was the 36th World Cup event. The tournament was a 72-hole stroke play team event with 32 teams. Each team consisted of two players from a ...

Black News Channel

The Black News Channel is an American broadcast television news channel targeting the African American demographic. The channel is based in Tallahassee, Florida, and launched on February 10, 2020. The station was co-founded by television executiv ...

Recognition of same-sex unions in Monaco

Same-sex relationships are currently not recognised in the microstate of Monaco. On 4 December 2019, the National Council passed a bill establishing "cohabitation agreements", which offer both same-sex and opposite-sex couples who enter them limi ...

Shushi Liberation Day

Shushi Liberation Day is a national holiday celebrated in Armenia and the partially recognized Republic of Artsakh. It is commemorated on both 8 and 9 May as a way to celebrate the anniversary of the Capture of Shusha and the Siege of Stepanakert ...

Lusaka Open

The Lusaka Open was a mens professional golf tournament played at Lusaka Golf Club in Zambia between 1969 and 1979. The event pre-dated the Zambia Open which was first contested in 1972. The Lusaka Golf Club first hosted the Zambia Open in 1973 a ...

Edmonton Open

The Edmonton Open was a golf tournament on the Canadian Tour that was held in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It was founded in 1993 as the Klondike Golf Klassic and was held during the week leading up to the Klondike Days summer fair. In 1996 Telus b ...

Greater Vancouver Classic

The Greater Vancouver Classic was a golf tournament that was held in the Greater Vancouver area, in British Columbia, Canada. Founded as the BC TEL Pacific Open in 1994, it was a direct replacement for the cancelled British Columbia Open on the C ...

Empire City Derby

The Empire City Derby was an American Thoroughbred horse race held annually from 1917 through 1933 at Empire City Race Track in Yonkers, New York. A race for three-year-old horses of either sex, the event was contested at a mile and one-eighth at ...

British Columbia Open

The British Columbia Open, commonly known as the B. C. Open, was a golf tournament that was held in British Columbia, Canada. It was held annually from 1928 until 1993 except for during the Second World War and 1958, when it was cancelled due to ...

Adelaide Advertiser Tournament

The Adelaide Advertiser Tournament was a golf event played in Adelaide, Australia between 1948 and 1967. Up to 1960 the event was played in March or April but was later played in September or October. The venue generally alternated between Royal ...

Tokyo Metropolitan Hiroo Hospital

Tokyo Metropolitan Hiroo Hospital is located in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. It has 426 beds and is run by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. The hospital focuses on emergency and disaster medical care, cardiovascular diseases, cerebrovascular diseases ...

Shanghai East Hospital

Shanghai East Hospital is a general hospital in Pudong, Shanghai, China. It is a teaching hospital affiliated to Tongji University.

Hospital parking

The costs of hospital parking in the United kingdom have been widely criticised for many years. In Scotland and Wales carkparking fees were largely abolished in 2008. Proposals to scrap charges have been criticised on several grounds. The cost of ...

Visakhapatnam gas leak

The Visakhapatnam gas leak, also referred to as the Vizag gas leak, was an industrial accident that occurred at the LG Polymers chemical plant in R. R. Venkatapuram village near Gopalapatnam on the outskirts of Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, Indi ...

Nigerian Army Medical Corps

The Nigerian Army Medical Corps is an administrative corps of the Nigerian Army tasked with medical functions. It is responsible for "general health matters in the Army". The NAMC was created in 1956 and adopted its current name in 1960. It has b ...

Railway (disambiguation)

The Railway, an 1873 painting by Edouard Manet, also known as Gare Saint-Lazare Railways film, a 2010 Japanese film The Railway poem, an 1864 poem by Nikolai Nekrasov Railways Africa, a magazine covering rail transport in Africa and the Middle Ea ...

Princes Theatre, Bristol

The Princes Theatre was a theatre on Park Row in Bristol in England which was built in 1867 and was destroyed by bombing in 1940 in the Bristol Blitz during World War II. Owned by members of the Chute family for most of its existence, at one time ...

Funeral of Qasem Soleimani

The funeral of Qasem Soleimani, an Iranian major general in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, was held from 4 to 7 January 2020 in some cities in Iraq and Iran – including Baghdad, Karbala, Najaf, Ahvaz, Mashhad, Tehran, Qom, and his hometow ...

Otarioidea

Otarioidea is a superfamily of pinnipeds that includes the families Desmatophocidae, Odobenidae, Otariidae and their stem-relatives. In the past when the pinnipeds were considered to be a diphyletic group of marine mammals, based on the few crani ...

Meiolaniformes

Meiolaniformes is an extinct clade of turtles, defined as all taxa more closely related to Meiolania than to Cryptodira and Pleurodira. It is known from the Early Cretaceous to the Holocene of Australia, Oceania and South America. Some Eurasian t ...

Luohuilinella

Luohuilinella is an extinct genus of xandarellid artiopodan arthropod known from the Chengjiang biota of China. The type species Luohuilinella rarus was described in 2012. A second species Luohuilinella deletres was described in 2018. Both taxa r ...

Dryopteris shibipedis

Dryopteris shibpedis is a species of fern native Japan that was declared extinct in 2007, that has since been rediscovered in the Tsukuba Botanical Garden. Despite rediscovery, D. shibipedis is still ranked as extinct in the wild.

Jorge Haddock Acevedo

Jorge Haddock Acevedo is a Puerto Rican engineer and academic administrator serving as the 20th president of the University of Puerto Rico.

DMC

Discrete memoryless channel Data Matrix Code, laser etched square code, often used for marking products in the production area Digital Media Controller, a category within the DLNA standard Dynamic Markov Compression algorithm Diffusion Monte Carl ...

Climate Forecast Applications Network

Climate Forecast Applications Network is a company that develops weather and climate forecast tools and provides research and consulting services to manage weather and climate risks. CFAN was started in 2006 by Judith Curry and Peter Webster in G ...

Banca Italiana per la Cina

The Banca Italo-Cinese established in 1919, later dissolved and renamed Banca Italiana per la Cina in 1925, was the most important Italian financial intermediary in Asia until the Second World War. The story of the bank is significantly connected ...

TPS

Third-person shooter, a game genre Television Par Satellite, a French satellite television company Turner Program Services, TV syndication Transmission Parameters Signalling, in DVB-T digital TV standard Torsonic Polarity Syndrome, in South Park ...

Traffic (disambiguation)

Traffic is road users including pedestrians and vehicles using the public way for purposes of travel. Traffic or Trafic may also refer to: Smuggling, or trafficking

Open world (disambiguation)

Open world may mean: Open world assumption, a knowledge representation assumption in formal logic Open World Entertainment, a South Korean independent record label and talent management company Open world, a video game design concept Open World P ...

Cup-bap

Cup-bap is a food truck offering that consists of bap in a paper or plastic cup with a variety of toppings. Created in the 2000s, cup-bap has become a popular quick meal or snack for students from private cram schools known as hagwons in the neig ...

Pow wow (disambiguation)

Pow woW, a French music group Adventures of Pow Wow, an animated cartoon "Pow Wow", a song by music group Psycho Realm POW! WOW!, an international mural arts festival

POW (disambiguation)

POW is "prisoner of war", a person, whether civilian or combatant, who is held in custody by an enemy power during or immediately after an armed conflict. POW or pow may also refer to:

Hex

Hex, a curse or malicious wish Hex sign, a barn decoration originating in Pennsylvania Dutch regions of the United States Hex work, a benign Pennsylvania Dutch German folk magic system also known as pow-wow

Natasha Fisher

Natasha Fisher was born to parents Anita and Roma Fisher, who are senior pastors at Faith City Church in Thunder Bay, where Fisher first sang as a child. She began taking vocal lessons at age 14. The Fishers are members of the Long Lake 58 First ...

Marcie Rendon

Marcie Rendon is a Native American playwright, poet, author, and community arts activist based in Minneapolis. She is an enrolled member of the White Earth Anishinabe Nation. She is the founder of Raving Native Productions, and along with various ...

Kaiji (2009 film)

Kaiji, also known as Kaiji: The Ultimate Gambler, is a 2009 Japanese live-action film based on Gambling Apocalypse: Kaiji, the first part of the manga series Kaiji, written and illustrated by Nobuyuki Fukumoto. It is the first film of a trilogy d ...

Its a Party

Its a Party Busta Rhymes song "Its a Party", single by The Subways from Money and Celebrity redirect from Its A Party "Its a Party", song by Vanilla Ice produced by Khayree from album To the Extreme 1990, and Ice Baby "Its A Party, Not Daycare, A ...

4 (disambiguation)

Number Four Battlestar Galactica, or Simon, is a Cylon model in the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica series. News 4 New York, a series of newscasts broadcast on WNBC-TV in New York City 4 2007 film, a 2007 film directed by Tim Slade I Am Number F ...

K (disambiguation)

K–12 education, a designation for the sum of primary and secondary education, used mainly in North America Low-K, the dielectric constant in semiconductors, electronics, and physics Kappa Κ Greek alphabet K cider, a British draft cider manufactur ...

Backlash (2020)

Backlash is an upcoming professional wrestling pay-per-view event and WWE Network event, produced by WWE for their Raw and SmackDown brand divisions. It is scheduled to take place on June 14, 2020. It will be the fifteenth event in the Backlash c ...

Coral Cup (snooker)

The Coral Cup is a series of professional snooker tournaments established in 2019. The series involves three events throughout the snooker season, the World Grand Prix, Players Championship and Tour Championship.

Estonian Indoor Athletics Championships

The Estonian Indoor Athletics Championships is an annual indoor track and field competition organised by the Estonian Athletic Association, which serves as the national championship for the sport in Estonia. First held in 1963, the competition wa ...

Nimble Titan

Nimble Titan is an Integrated Air and Missile Defense recurring two-year wargame campaign series that provides for national security and military policy experimentation in a notional scenario set 10 years in the future. It is the premier forum of ...

Nordic Indoor Athletics Match

The Nordic Indoor Athletics Match is an annual indoor track and field competition between athletes from the Nordic countries, organised by Nordic Athletics. Established in 2011, it marked a return to regular indoor competition between Denmark, Fi ...

Balkan Marathon Championships

The Balkan Marathon Championships is an annual road running competition over the marathon distance between athletes from member nations of Balkan Athletics. It is one of two road running championships for the region, alongside the Balkan Half Mar ...

Indian National Open Athletics Championships

The Indian National Open Athletics Championships is an annual outdoor track and field competition organised by the Athletics Federation of India, which serves as the national championship for the sport in India. First held in 1961, it is one of f ...