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Table Mountain (disambiguation)

Table Mountain is a large flat-topped mountain overlooking Cape Town, South Africa. Table Mountain may also refer to: Table mountain or table, a butte, flank of a mountain, or mountain, that has a flat top

Mountain View Hotel

Mountain View Hotel may refer to: Mountain View Country Inn Lady Grey, an old hotel in the main street of Lady Grey, Eastern Cape, South Africa. Mountain View Hotel Gatlinburg, Tennessee, formerly listed on the National Register of Historic Place ...

Michael Allison

Michael Allison, who recorded under the name Darshan Ambient, was an American musician and vocalist known for his ambient electronic music.

Lincoln Park (disambiguation)

Lincoln Park Dartmouth, Massachusetts, a former amusement park Lincoln Park New Orleans, Louisiana, a former amusement park

City People Magazine

The City People Magazine is a Nigerian soft-sell, entertainments magazine and newspaper awarding political people artists, actors and newspapers in publication of City People Media Group.

Ishwak Singh

Ishwak Singh is an Indian actor. He has played supporting roles in the Hindi films Tum Bin II and Veere Di Wedding, and has starred in the Prime Video crime thriller series Paatal Lok.

Volume correction factor

In thermodynamics, the Volume Correction Factor, also known as Correction for the effect of Temperature on Liquid, is a standardized computed factor used to correct for the thermal expansion of fluids, primarily, liquid hydrocarbons at various te ...

Thanksgiving Parade

Thanksgiving Parade may refer to the following annual parades that take place on Thanksgiving Day currently, previously, or originally presented by department stores: Americas Hometown Thanksgiving Parade, a parade held in Plymouth, Massachusetts ...

Saratoga Battle Monument

The Saratoga Battle Monument is a 155 feet granite obelisk located in the village of Victory, Saratoga County, New York. The monument commemorates what is called the "Turning Point" of the American Revolution - the surrender of British forces led ...

Schoenus riparius

Schoenus riparius is a robust species having relatively long and wide panicles compared to other closely-related species. This species has aristate spikelets. One of the species that most closely resembles S. riparius is Schoenus loreus, but that ...

Maina

Maina may refer to: Maina Sahasrabahu, a Village Development Committee in Saptari District in the Sagarmatha Zone of south-eastern Nepal Maina Kaderi, a Village Development Committee in Saptari District in the Sagarmatha Zone of south-eastern Nep ...

Waterberg

Waterberg is the name of two different mountains in Southern Africa, one in the Limpopo Province of South Africa, and one in the Otjozondjupa Region of Namibia. It may further refer to: Waterberg District Municipality in South Africa Waterberg Bi ...

Wasatch

Wasatch County, Utah, a county in north central Utah Wasatch-Cache National Forest or Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, combined National Forest Wasatch National Forest, a former National Forest in northern Utah Wasatch Formation, a geologic f ...

Bolson

Bolson may refer to: Geography: El Bolson, Rio Negro, town situated in the southwest of Rio Negro Province, Argentina Cerro del Bolson, mountain in the Aconquija Range of Argentina, in Tucuman province Bolson Cove, at the head of Flandres Bay, ea ...

Turtle Mountain

Turtle Mountain or Turtle Mountains may refer to: Turtle Mountain Community College, a tribal college in Belcourt, North Dakota Turtle Mountain in Shanxi, China Turtle Mountain on Guishan Island Turtle Island, an island off the northeast coast of ...

Waukauyengtipu

Waukauyengtipu is a mountain in South America situated in most part within the boundaries of the Paruima territory in the Cuyuni-Mazaruni Region of Guyana. The major part of its area is approx. 1.520 metres with some areas elevated up to approx. ...

Haru Nemuri

Haruna Kimishima, known by her stage name Haru Nemuri, is a Japanese singer, songwriter, and "poetry rapper". Her musical style mixes influences from J-pop, rap, hard rock, and electronica. She is currently based in Tokyo. Kimishima grew up in th ...

Black turtle

Black turtle may refer to: Black Turtle Cove, a mangrove estuary on the northern shores of Santa Cruz Island in Ecuadors Galapagos Islands Green sea turtle, a sea turtle also known as the black turtle or black sea turtle Black pond turtle, a spec ...

Samuel ben Ali

Samuel ben Ali was the most noteworthy of the twelfth-century Babylonian scholars and the only one of his era whose written works have survived in any significant number.

Manitou (disambiguation)

Manitou Springs, Colorado Manitou, Kentucky, USA Manitou, North Dakota, USA Manitou Passage, Lake Michigan, USA Manitou, Oklahoma, USA Manitou, Manitoba, Canada

Aloysius Bugingo

Pastor Aloysius Bugingo is a Ugandan born again Pastor and Businessman. He is the Director of Salt Media, and a church named House of Prayer Ministries International also called Canaan land, located in Makerere Kikoni, a Kampala. He won the award ...

Lobe v Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform

Lobe v Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform IESC 3 was an Irish Supreme Court case in which the Court found that the applicant minors enjoy, in general terms, the right not to be expelled form the state--a right subject to limited qualif ...

Intaglio

Intaglio is the process of cutting a design into a surface. There are several different variations of this: Blythe Intaglios, large Native American designs on the ground in California Intaglio printmaking, a group of printmaking techniques, inclu ...

Nepenthe (disambiguation)

Nepenthe is a fictional medicine for sorrow. Nepenthe may also refer to: Nepenthe, the setting of Norman Douglas 1917 novel South Wind Nepenthes, a genus of carnivorous plants USS Nepenthe SP-112, a luxury yacht belonging to James Deering "Nepent ...

Tasman District

Tasman is a settlement in the Tasman District of New Zealands upper South Island. It is located between Mapua and Motueka, 45km from Abel Tasman National Park and 40km from Nelson. The Tasman area covers a small peninsula on the southern and east ...

1911 Curepipe riots

The 1911 Curepipe riots refer to violent clashes which broke out in the historic town of Curepipe and then spread to Port Louis on the island of Mauritius on 19 January 1911. The riots also came to be known as Election Rabble Riots of 1911 by the ...

Soda Springs, California

Soda Springs, California may refer to: Mendocino County Soda Springs near Burbeck, Mendocino County, California Soda Springs near Boonville, Mendocino County, California Tuolumne County Soda Springs Yosemite National Park Soda Springs, Tulare Cou ...

Chinati Hot Springs

Chinati Hot Springs, also known as Ruidosa Hot Springs and Kingston Hot Springs, are volcanic thermal springs and historical oasis located north of Ruidosa, Texas in the Big Bend region of the Chihuahuan Desert, near the town of Presidio.

Washington Square

Washington Square MBTA station, Brookline Washington Square, Pasadena, California, a neighborhood of Pasadena, CA Washington Square Brookline, Massachusetts Washington Square Bangkok, Thailand Washington Square West, Philadelphia, neighborhood Wa ...

Kofo Akinkugbe

Kofo Akinkugbe is a Nigerian technology entrepreneur. She is founder and CEO of SecureID, "Africas leading manufacturer of smart cards and other identity documents".

Acuity

Acuity may refer to: Acuity Advisors Limited, a technology corporate finance company with headquarters in London, UK Acuity Solutions, a manufacturing consulting company with headquarters in Tigard, Oregon ACUITY, an acronym for "Acute Catheteriz ...

Informatics (disambiguation)

Informatics is the study of the structure, behaviour, and interactions of natural and engineered computational systems. Informatics may also refer to: Information engineering Computing, any goal-oriented activity requiring, benefiting from, or cr ...

Xing

Xing may refer to: Xing, a fictional country mentioned in the manga and anime Fullmetal Alchemist. As well as its known nationality of Xingese. Xing state, a state of ancient China during the Zhou Dynasty 1046–221 BCE Qiao Xing Universal Telephon ...

Burgess Battery Company

The Burgess Battery Company was founded March 1, 1917 in Madison, Wisconsin and was dissolved in late 1989 at Freeport, Illinois. By the start of World War II the company was noted for its dry-cell battery quality. It was then one of five smaller ...

George Zho

Zho was born in China. At his young age, he founded the Tecno Telecommunications Limited and now known under the Transsion Holdings, a Chinese based company in Hong Kong producing mobile phones and electronic appliances and was also co-founder of ...

Theta (disambiguation)

Theta*, a pathfinding algorithm in computer science Theta representation, a particular representation of the Heisenberg group of quantum mechanics f = Θ g {\displaystyle f=\Theta g}, a Bachmann–Landau notation in computational complexity theory A ...

North Star Mountain

North Star Mountain is an 8.096-foot mountain summit located in the Glacier Peak Wilderness of the North Cascades, in Chelan County of Washington state. Its nearest neighbor is Cloudy Peak 0.9 mi to the southwest, and the nearest higher neighbor ...

Eden Valley

Eden Valley may refer to several places: Eden Valley wine region surrounding the town the valley of various rivers called River Eden Eden Valley 216 in Alberta, Canada Eden Valley California in Mendocino County Eden Valley Nevada, a valley in Hum ...

Carpodaptes

Carpodaptes was a genus that encompassed small, insectivorous animals that roamed the Earth during the Late Paleocene. Specifically, Carpodaptes can be found between the Tiffanian and Clarkforkian periods of North America. Although little evidenc ...

High Water

High Water The Fabulous Thunderbirds album, 1997 "High Water For Charley Patton", a 2001 song by Bob Dylan High Water I 2018 and High Water II 2019, albums by The Magpie Salute "High Water", a song by Uncle Tupelo from the 1993 album Anodyne High ...

Hell and High Water

Hell and High Water 1954 film, a Cold War drama film "Hell and High Water", an episode of Bugs Hell and High Water 1933 film, an American Pre-Code drama film "Hell and High Water", an episode of ER season 2

Bearcat Ridge

Bearcat Ridge is a 7.960+ ft mountain ridge located in the Chelan Mountains, in Chelan County of Washington state. It is situated on the boundary of Glacier Peak Wilderness, on land managed by Wenatchee National Forest. Its nearest higher peak is ...

Harlem Academy School

Not to be confused with Harlem Academy in New York Harlem Academy School was a school for African Americans in Tampa, Florida. Christina Meacham, Zacariah D. Greene and Blanche Armwood served as principals at the school. It was originally built w ...

Kayah-Karen montane rain forests

The Kayah-Karen montane rain forests is a tropical moist broadleaf forest ecoregion in Myanmar and Thailand. The montane rain forests cover several connected mountain ranges, including the Dawna Range, Karen Hills, Thanon Thong Chai Range, Daen L ...

Cathriona Hallahan

Cathriona Hallahan is an Irish business executive, as of 2020 the Managing Director of Microsoft Ireland. Her work has been recognised with several awards.

Morgan Jerkins

Morgan Jerkins is an American writer and editor. Her debut book, This Will Be My Undoing, a collection of nonfiction essays, was a New York Times bestseller. Her second book, Wandering in Strange Lands, was released in August 2020.

Gustavo Giro Tapper

Gustavo Adolfo Giro Tapper was an Argentine and military explorer who participated in the foundation of the first Antarctic bases.

Sweet Bird of Youth (disambiguation)

Sweet Bird of Youth, 1987 short film by Zeinabu irene Davis Sweet Bird of Youth 1989 film, TV adaptation of the play starring Elizabeth Taylor and Mark Harmon Sweet Bird of Youth 1962 film, 1962 adaptation of the play starring Paul Newman and Ger ...

Singularity (Lead album)

Singularity is the ninth studio album released by the Japanese hip hop group Lead, released on March 18, 2020, nearly two years after their previous album, Milestone. It debuted at No. 12 on the Oricon charts, becoming their first in eight years ...

Bank of America Plaza

Bank of America Plaza may refer to: Bank of America Plaza Charlotte, North Carolina Bank of America Plaza San Antonio, Texas Bank of America Plaza Atlanta, Georgia Bank of America Plaza Nashville, Tennessee Bank of America Plaza Fort Lauderdale, ...