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Coexistence

Coexistence may refer to: Coexistence of multiple national groups within a polity; see plurinationalism COEXISTENCE exhibition Peaceful coexistence, Soviet theory regarding relations between the socialist and capitalist blocs, and more generally ...

                                               

INC

Ijaw National Congress, a representative body formed in 1991 of Ijaw speaking people International Network of Crackers, a major warez organization during the early 1990s National Institute of Culture of Peru Indian National Congress, one of the t ...

                                               

List of botanical gardens in Sweden

Botanical gardens in Sweden have collections consisting entirely of Sweden native and endemic species; most have a collection that include plants from around the world. There are botanical gardens and arboreta in all states and territories of Swe ...

                                               

Blue eyes (disambiguation)

"Blue Eyes", a song by Don Partridge written Richard Kerr, Joan Maitland, 1968 "Blue Eyes", a song by BZN written Th. Tol, J. Tuijp, C. Tol 1982 "Blue Eyes", a song by Gary Numan/Tubeway Army, a B-side of the single "Bombers" "Blue Eyes", a song ...

                                               

CVP

Central venous pressure, the pressure of blood in the thoracic vena cava CVP chemotherapy, regime of Cyclophosphamide + Vincristine + Prednisone/Prednisolone

                                               

LSE

LSE programming language, a computer programming language LSE, Latent sector error, a media assessment measure related to the hard disk drive storage technology Language-Sensitive Editor, a text editor used on Digital Equipment Corporations VMS o ...

                                               

Localism

Localism may refer to: Localist groups Hong Kong, related political groups The linguistic theory that all grammatical cases, including syntactic cases, are based on a local meaning Fiscal localism, ideology of keeping money in a local economy Loc ...

                                               

Tekeli

Tekeli-li, a cry of terror in Edgar Allan Poes novel The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket Tekeli-li, a cry borrowed from Poe, in H. P. Lovecrafts novella At the Mountains of Madness Tekeli play, a play about the life of Hungarian noble ...

                                               

Golcuk

Golcuk, Mudurnu, a village in Mudumu District, Bolu Province Golcuk, Aydın, a village in Aydın District, Aydın Province Golcuk, Kocaeli, a district center in Kocaeli Province Golcuk, Izmir, a town in Odemis district, Izmir Province Golcuk, Bolu, ...

                                               

Marmara

Lake Marmara, a lake in Manisa Province Marmara Island, island in Balıkesir Province, Marmara Topographic features Sea of Marmara, inland sea in Marmara Region, Turkey Marmara Region, comprising 11 provinces Marmara District, in Balıkesir Provinc ...

                                               

Konak

Konak Izmir Metro, Turkey Konak, Izmir, a district of Izmir Province, Turkey Volkan Konak born 1967, Turkish folk singer Konak residence, a name for a house in Turkey and territories of the former Ottoman Empire Konak, Ulus, Turkey Konak, Mengen, ...

                                               

Koprubası

Koprubası is a Turkish place name and may refer to the following places: Koprubası, Anamur, a village in Anamur district of Mersin Province, Turkey Koprubası, Vezirkopru, a village in Vezirkopru district of Samsun Province, Turkey Koprubası, Mani ...

                                               

Khorasan

Khorasan may refer to: South Khorasan Province North Khorasan Province Greater Khorasan, a historical region which lies mostly in modern-day northern/northwestern Afghanistan, northeastern Iran, southern Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan Khorasan Prov ...

                                               

Dikilitas

A Phrygian rock monument near Tavsanlı, Kutahya Province, Turkey Dikilitas, Mersin a monument and a neighbourhood in Mersin, Turkey The Obelisk of Theodosius in Sultanahmet Square, Istanbul, Turkey Dikili Tash, a Neolithic and Bronze Age Settleme ...

                                               

Basti

Basti Nari, a town of Bahawalpur District in the Punjab province of eastern Pakistan Noorani Basti, one of the neighbourhoods of Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan Basti Malana, a town and Union Council of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab province ...

                                               

Kurtulus (disambiguation)

Kurtulus is a neighbourhood of Istanbul, Turkey. Kurtulus may also refer to: Kurtulus surname Kurtulus SK, a football club in Istanbul Kurtulus: The Steamship That Carried Peace, a 2006 Turkish documentary film about the SS Kurtulus Kurtulus, Sey ...

                                               

Yesilkoy (disambiguation)

Yesilkoy is a neighbourhood in Bakırkoy district of Istanbul, Turkey. Yesilkoy literally "green village" in Turkish may also refer to: Yesilkoy, Borçka, a village in Borçka district of Artvin Province, Turkey Yesilkoy, Mut, a village in Mut distr ...

                                               

Topkapı

Topkapı, sometimes spelled Topkapi outside of Turkey, is a Turkish word that may refer to: Topkapı, Fatih, a neighbourhood of Istanbul near the Roman city walls Topkapı Palace, a museum in Istanbul, Turkey Topkapi album, a 1965 album by jazz orga ...

                                               

Gazi (disambiguation)

Gazi or Ghazi is also used as an honorific Muslim and specifically Ottoman title that appears in the names of many historic figures, notably Gazi Chelebi 14th century, pirate and ruler of Sinop, Turkey Gazi Saiyyed Salar Sahu early 11th century, ...

                                               

Galata (disambiguation)

Galata is a district of Istanbul, Turkey. Galata may also refer to: Also in Turkey Galata Tower Galata Bridge, the first bascule bridge in the world In Greece Galatas, Chania, a village in the municipality Chania, Crete Galatas, Aetolia-Acarnania ...

                                               

Subcarpathian

Subcarpathian may refer to: Subcarpathian constituency European Parliament, an EP electoral constituency in Poland someone or something related to geographical region of Outer Subcarpathia Moldavian Subcarpathia, section of outer-subcarpathians i ...

                                               

Vue

Vue Cinemas, a cinema company in the United Kingdom PlayStation Vue, a cloud-based television service from Sony Vue band, a rock and roll band from San Francisco, California Vue Weekly, an alternative newspaper in Edmonton, Canada

                                               

Diversity

Supplier diversity, the use of diverse suppliers Diversity marketing, marketing communication targeting diverse customers Diversity business, a business tactic which encourages diversity to better serve diverse customers

                                               

List of botanical gardens in Uzbekistan

Botanical gardens in Uzbekistan have collections consisting entirely of Uzbekistan native and endemic species; most have a collection that include plants from around the world. There are botanical gardens and arboreta in all states and territorie ...

                                               

Roller coaster (disambiguation)

Roller Coaster Dai Nam Van Hien, a steel roller coaster at Dai Nam Van Hiến in Bình Dương, Vietnam Roller Coaster Dam Sen Park, a steel roller coaster at Dam Sen Cultural Park in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Roller Coaster Lagoon, a wooden roller co ...

                                               

Golden Lotus

Golden Lotus musical, a musical based on the novel Jin Ping Mei, a 17th-century Chinese novel The Golden Lotus film, a 1974 Hong Kong film based on the novel Pan Jinlian, the female protagonist of the novel, also translated as "Golden Lotus"

                                               

VCF

VCF may refer to: Vietnam Childrens Fund Vaginal contraceptive film, a type of spermicide birth control Vertebral compression fracture, a collapse of a vertebra Victory Christian Fellowship, an organization of churches in the Philippines Virtual ...

                                               

VMF

VMF is a three letter abbreviation which may refer to: Variable Message Format, a military message format as defined by MIL-STD-6017 to transfer "K" series messages. Vermont Mozart Festival Transliterated from Russian: "ВМФ" is the Russian-langua ...

                                               

French Quarter (disambiguation)

The French Quarter is the oldest section of the city of New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. French Quarter may also refer to: French Quarter, or Soulard, in St. Louis, Missouri, United States French Quarter film, a 1978 American drama film Fre ...

                                               

Baan

Baan surname, a Dutch surname with variants Baans, Baen, De Baan, De Baen and Van der Baan Huda al-Baan born 1960, Yemeni politician Laszlo Baan born 1961, Hungarian economist and museum curator

                                               

Blown Away

Blown Away, a 2006 Hardy Boys Undercover Brothers novel Blown Away, a 1996 Hardy Boys Casefiles novel Blown Away, a 2005 childrens novel by Patrick Cave Blown Away, a 1986 novel by Ronald Sukenick

                                               

List of highest-grossing films in Australia

This list charts the most successful films at cinemas in Australia by box office sales in Australian dollars. An overview of the top-earning films and record-holders is provided, as well as the highest-grossing Australian productions.

                                               

Teen (disambiguation)

A teen or teenager is a person whose age ends with teen. Teen or teens may also refer to: ESRB Teen Rating Teen language disambiguation incl. Teen, Thiin Teen Choice Award TEEN band, an American musical band from Brooklyn Teen magazine, an Americ ...

                                               

All the Way

All the Way film, a 2016 adaptation of Robert Schenkkans play see below All the Way, an Australian film of 1998 directed by Marque Owen All the Way TV series, a 1988 Australian television series All the Way 2001 film, a film directed by Shi Runji ...

                                               

Superior General of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter

The Superior General of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter is the official title of the head of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter. The first position holder was The Very Reverend Fr. Josef Meinrad Bisig FSSP who was ordained His Grace The Mo ...

                                               

Density (disambiguation)

Number density, number of particles per unit volume, area, or length Energy density, potential energy per unit volume or mass, depending on context Current density, the ratio of electric current to area Charge density, the electric charge per vol ...

                                               

High Republic

High Republic may refer to: High Republic of Heldon, a fictional eugenic mutant-killing polity from Lord of the Swastika, a fictional novel in the 1972 Norman Spinrad alternate history novel The Iron Dream. The High Republic Russian: Вищу Республ ...

                                               

Medina (ship)

Several ships have been named Medina: RMS Medina 1911, a steamship liner for the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company SS Medina 1914, an ocean liner for the Mallory Line; renamed Roma 1949, Franca C. 1952, and Doulos 1978; opened as a ...

                                               

Mount Susong Dalaga

Mount Susong Dalaga or Bundok Susong Dalaga means "Maidens Breasts Mountain" in Filipino and may refer to several summits in the Philippines, including: Mount Tagapo, also known as Susong Dalaga Mountain, in Talim Island, Rizal Mount Malasimbo, a ...

                                               

Patent (disambiguation)

A patent is a set of rights granted by a government to an inventor. Patent may also refer to: Letters patent, a type of legal instrument issued by a monarch or president, generally granting an office, right, monopoly, title, or status to a person ...

                                               

Infundibulum

Lung: The alveolar sacs of the lungs, from which the air chambers alveoli open, are also called infundibula. Renal pelvis, sometimes called the renal infundibulum Sinus anatomy: The ethmoidal infundibulum is the most important of three infundibul ...

                                               

Carex arctogena

Carex arctogena is a member of the sedge family which grows in high alpine areas. It is one of the few "bipolar" species; it has populations in Greenland, Scandinavia, Russia, Canada and southern South America. Plants in the far north and south a ...

                                               

Great Lakes Treaty

Great Lakes Treaty may refer to: Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, an environmental treaty between the United States and Canada, signed 1972. Great Lakes Compact, an interstate compact among the U.S. states of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minn ...

                                               

Romano

Cayo Romano, an island on the northern coast of Cuba Cape Romano, a cape on the Gulf Coast of Florida, U.S.

                                               

Minister of State for Prisons

The Minister of State for Prisons and Probation is a junior position in the Ministry of Justice in the British government. It is currently held by Lucy Frazer who took the office on 25 July 2019, becoming the first woman to be the Prisons Ministe ...

                                               

Soldiers and Sailors Monument

Monuments memorializing both soldiers and sailors may refer to: Soldiers and Sailors Monument Allentown, Pennsylvania Soldiers and Sailors Monument Indianapolis, Indiana Soldiers and Sailors Monument Manhattan, New York Soldiers and Sailors Monum ...

                                               

Mamre (disambiguation)

Oak of Mamre and the Russian Orthodox Abrahams Oak Holy Trinity Monastery, a more recent alternative site for biblical Mamre closer to historical Hebron Mamre, a historical biblical site in Palestine known as Ramat el-Khalil and Bir Haram al-Rame ...

                                               

Orkney (disambiguation)

Orkney may refer to: Scotland Mainland, Orkney, the largest island in the Orkney archipelago Orkney Islands Council, the local authority for Orkney Orkney Scottish Parliament constituency, the constituency for the Orkney Islands in the Scottish P ...

                                               

Old Fort

Old Fort may refer to in the Bahamas Old Fort of Nassau Old Fort Bay in Canada Old Fort, Quebec also known as Old Fort Bay or Vieux-Fort Old Fort 217 Indian Reserve, Alberta in India Old Fort, Durban Old Fort, Delhi in Mauritania Old Fort, Nouakc ...

                                               

USS Enterprise

USS Enterprise BLDG 7115, a building and ship simulator at the U.S. Navy training command in Great Lakes, Illinois