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AEM

AEM or A.E.M. may refer to: Automated efficiency model, a mathematical model used in real estate Applied element method, a method of structural analysis Atlantic Equatorial mode, a climate pattern of the tropical Atlantic Ocean Agencia Espacial M ...

                                               

Tentamus Group

Tentamus Group Ltd is an international group of laboratories headquartered in Berlin and Munich. The focus of the laboratories lies in the TIC industry, where tests, consultations, and help in labelling is offered to the food & feed, pharmaceutic ...

                                               

ICE Cubes Service

The International Commercial Experiment Cubes service is a commercial service that offers access to space for research, technology and education. It allows public or private entities to run their experiments on board the International Space Stati ...

                                               

MME

MME may stand for: Multi-model ensemble, a climate ensemble used in climate change research Magyar Madartani es Termeszetvedelmi Egyesulet, Hungarian Ornithological and Nature Conservation Society MME, the IATA code for Teesside International Air ...

                                               

CESI

CESI may refer to: China Electronics Standardization Institute, an institute for standardization in electronics and IT industry authorized by the Chinese Ministry of Information Technology Industry for adoption and enforcement of national informa ...

                                               

MARF

MARF may refer to: Multiple Arbitrary Function Generator in Buchla Messaging Abuse Reporting Format WG, a working group of the Internet Engineering Task Force to standardize Abuse Reporting Format Medical Acupuncture Research Foundation is a rese ...

                                               

OV2-1

Orbiting Vehicle 2-1, was the first satellite of the second iteration of the United States Air Forces Orbiting Vehicle program. OV2-1 was an American life science research satellite designed for long-term measurement of radiation in orbit. Launch ...

                                               

Vaagdevi Engineering College

Vaagdevi Engineering College is an engineering college was established in 2008 and is sponsored by Viswambhara educational society. The campus occupies 10 acres. It is situated on the Khammam highway about 10 km from Warangal railway station.

                                               

Time reversal

Time reversal may refer to: Time reversibility – the ability of some processes to operate in either direction of time Reverse motion – a visual effect in which reversing the order of the frames of a film or video makes time appear to run backward ...

                                               

Travel time

Travel time may refer to Time-of-flight, time for a particle to travel through a medium Interaural time difference, difference in time that it takes a sound to travel between two ears Propagation delay, the time taken for an electrical signal or ...

                                               

Response time

Response time may refer to: Round-trip delay time, in telecommunications Response time technology, the time a generic system or functional unit takes to react to a given input Responsiveness, how quickly an interactive system responds to user inp ...

                                               

Dwell time

Dwell time may refer to: Dwell time mass spectrometry, the time a particular ion m/z signal is monitored Dwell time military, time service members spend in home station between deployments to war zones, or to dependent restricted tours Dwell time ...

                                               

NMI

ICAO-Identifier for New Mexico Airlines National Museum of Ireland Norwegian Meteorological Institute National metrology institutes, in the European Association of National Metrology Institutes Nelson Mandela Institution National Measurement Inst ...

                                               

Realization

Realization or realisation may refer to: Realization systems, a state space model implementing a given input-output behavior Realization tax, one of the principles for defining income for tax purposes in the U.S. Realization album, a 1973 album b ...

                                               

California Science and Technology University

California Science and Technology University was founded in 2011 in Silicon Valley to provide postgraduate education. CSTU offers Masters degree programs in Computer Systems and Engineering MSCSE and Business Administration MBA, and short-term tr ...

                                               

Petermann, Northern Territory

Petermann is a locality in the Northern Territory of Australia located about 1.427 kilometres south of the territory capital of Darwin in the territory’s south-western corner adjoining the states of South Australia and Western Australia. The loca ...

                                               

Roger Peng

Dr. Roger D. Peng is an author and Professor of Biostatistics at the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Peng originally received a bachelors degree in Applied Mathematics from Yale University, before going on to study at the Universi ...

                                               

Dice (disambiguation)

DICE compiler, a C compiler for Amiga Dynamic Intelligent Currency Encryption, an AI-controlled security technology for banknote and asset systems DICE model Dynamic Integrated Climate-Economy model, a computer model of climate change Wafer dicin ...

                                               

Statue of Jupiter (Hermitage)

The statue of Jupiter in the Hermitage Museum is a colossal sculpture of the supreme ancient god, created by an unknown Roman master at the end of the 1st century AD. She is one of the most famous exhibits of the museum. The statue of Jupiter is ...

                                               

Glaucus (disambiguation)

Glaucus of Messenia, A mythological king of Messenia, a Heraclid and a son of Aepytus Glaucus of Lycia, a son of Hippolokhos and a grandson of the hero, Bellerophon Apollonius Glaucus, 2nd-century Roman physician Glaucus of Crete, a Cretan prince ...

                                               

The Wrestler

The Wrestler may refer to: The Wrestler 1974 film, an American film directed by James A. Westman The Wrestlers, English title of the 2000 Bengali film Uttara The Wrestler, a professional wrestling magazine published by Kappa Publishing Group from ...

                                               

Marsyas (disambiguation)

Marsyas is a satyr who had a music contest with Apollo. Marsyas may also refer to: Marsyas genus, a genus of beetles in the family Carabidae Marsyas sculpture, a sculpture Marsyas horse, a French Thoroughbred racehorse

                                               

Aristeus (ancient Greece)

Aristeus or Aristeas is the name of a number of people from classical antiquity. It may refer to: Aristeus, 5th century BCE Corinthian general Aristeus of Argos, son of Cheimon, won in the Dolichos event at the ancient Olympic games. Aristeus, a ...

                                               

Ealing Broadway Centre

The Ealing Broadway Centre, currently branded as simply Ealing Broadway, is a shopping centre in Ealing, west London. Located on The Broadway close by Ealing Broadway station, the centre consists of 85 units both indoor and a courtyard part outdo ...

                                               

Bathers at San Niccolo

Bathers at San Niccolo is a large oil painting by Domenico Cresti, known as Domenico Passignano, signed and dated 1600. The Mannerist painting depicts men bathing in the River Arno near the crenelated Tower of San Niccolo in Florence. The subject ...

                                               

Leo III

Leo III, Leon III, or Levon III may refer to: People Leo III the Isaurian 685-741, Byzantine emperor 717-741 Leo III, King of Armenia 1287-1307, ruled from 1303-1307 Leo II, King of Armenia c. 1236-1289, sometimes referred to as Leo III, ruled fr ...

                                               

Museum of Religious Art (Certaldo)

The Museum of Religious Art is an art gallery and museum in Certaldo, opened in 2001 and one of the towns three museums. It is based on the site of a former Augustinian monastery in the medieval upper town its entrance is the next-door cloister o ...

                                               

Semthan

Semthan, also Semithan is a village 01 kilometer north of Bijbehara in Jammu and Kashmir in India. It has an archaeological site, the ancient site of Chakradhar where cultural sequences were stratified, from the Neolithic to the Indo-Greek and Ku ...

                                               

Deesis with Saint Paul and Saint Catherine

Deesis with Saint Paul and Saint Catherine is a 1520 oil on panel painting by Giulio Romano, now in the Galleria nazionale di Parma. Its title refers to deesis, a subject in Christian iconography, shown here with Paul of Tarsus and Catherine of A ...

                                               

18th-century prints of Bachs four-part chorales

In the period between the publication of The Art of Fugue in the early 1750s, and the publication of further works from 1900, only one group of Bachs works was published: his four-part chorales. In 1777 Johann Kirnberger started an active letter ...

                                               

Roberto Venturoni

Born in Rome in 1945, he began painting at a young age, following the figurative style of his time, mainly landscape. He reveals himself as an artist with an intense productive activity as a painter, sculptor and engraver. Above all a painter, he ...

                                               

Tania Ferrier

Tania Ferrier is a contemporary Australian artist. She was born in 1958 in Perth, Western Australia. She moved to New York and worked there as an artist between 1988 and 1992. In 1992 she returned to Perth, Australia. She moved to Melbourne in 20 ...

                                               

Reine Arcache Melvin

Reine Arcache Melvin is a Filipino-American author whose works focus on the Philippines and the lives of Filipino both at home and abroad. Arcache Melvins works include the short-story collection A Normal Life and Other Stories and novel The Betr ...

                                               

Ramdulal Sarkar

Ramdulal Sarkar was a Bengali merchant and a foremost name in the Indo-American maritime trade during the 18th and early 19th century.

                                               

Liberation of St Peter from Prison (Jacopo di Cione)

The Liberation of St Peter from Prison is a small tempera on wood panel or predella from a large polyptych or multipanel altarpiece painted in 1370-1371 by Jacopo di Cione for the no-longer extant church of San Pier Maggiore in Florence, Italy. T ...

                                               

Hypnosis Mic: Division Rap Battle: Rhyme Anima

Hypnosis Mic: Division Rap Battle: Rhyme Anima is an upcoming anime television series produced by A-1 Pictures featuring the musical ensemble of the same name. The series is scheduled to premiere in July 2020.

                                               

GQL Graph Query Language

In September 2019 a proposal for a project to create a new standard graph query language. was approved by a vote of national standards bodies which are members of ISO/IEC Joint Technical Committee 1. JTC 1 is responsible for international Informa ...

                                               

John Bowes

John Bowes may refer to: John Bowes cricketer 1918–1969, Lancashire cricket player John Bowes, 1st Baron Bowes 1691–1767, Lord Chancellor of Ireland John Bowes, 10th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne 1769–1820, British peer John Bowes Australian p ...

                                               

John Langley (disambiguation)

John W. Langley 1868–1932, American congressman John Langley mayor, Lord Mayor of London 1576 John de Langley, MP for Coventry John Langley MP for Gloucestershire, MP for Gloucestershire 1429.1432.1435–1447 John Langley MP fl. 1653, English merch ...

                                               

Johannes of Ljubljana

Johannes was the son of Frederic of Villach, and he became a citizen of the town of Ljubljana around 1440. He initially worked in his fathers workshop in Carinthia, where he created his first independent works. He is believed to have had close co ...

                                               

Annunciation (disambiguation)

The Annunciation is the announcement to Mary that she would conceive the Son of God. Annunciation may also refer to: Annunciation to the shepherds, at the birth of Jesus Annunciation to Joseph

                                               

Lamentation (disambiguation)

A lamentation, or lament, is a song, poem, or piece of music expressing grief, regret, or mourning. Lamentation may also refer to: Lamentation Mountain State Park Lamentation Mountain, a mountain near Meriden, Connecticut, U.S. "Lamentation" Mill ...

                                               

Popham

Robert Brooke-Popham 1878–1953, British air chief marshal Francis Leybourne Popham of Littlecote House, Sheriff of Wiltshire in 1853 Mervyn Reddaway Popham 1927–2000, British archaeologist and prehistorian Francis Popham of Littlecote House, died ...

                                               

Henri de Triqueti

Baron Henri Joseph François de Triqueti, also spelt Henry de Triqueti, was a French sculptor and artist. He was born in the Chateau du Perthuis in Conflans-sur-Loing, the son of Piedmontese industrialist and diplomat Baron Michel de Triqueti, a n ...

                                               

St Anthony Abbot and Michael the Archangel

St Anthony Abbot and Michael the Archangel are two tempera on panel works by Filippo Lippi, originally side-panels to a now lost central panel of the Madonna and Child. Produced between around 1445 and 1450, they are both now in the Cleveland Mus ...

                                               

Kosho

Kosho may refer to: Kosho, a branch of the Jodo Shinshu Buddhist tradition Kōshō, a Japanese era spanning from 1455–57 Kosho, a fictional martial art portrayed in the cult TV series The Prisoner Kosho Shorei Ryu Kempo, a martial art system of Ken ...

                                               

Ludwig II (disambiguation)

Ludwig II, Count of Wurttemberg 1137–1181 Louis II, Duke of Bavaria 1229–1294 Louis the German 806–876, called Ludwig II der Deutsche Ludwig II, Count of Wurttemberg-Urach 1439–1457

                                               

Jieiho z Podebrad Square

Jieiho z Podebrad Square is located in Vinohrady district in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. It is dominated by Art Nouveau Church of the Most Sacred Heart of Our Lord from 1932, which stands in the middle of it. The majority of the sq ...

                                               

Madonna and Child (disambiguation)

Madonna and Child can refer to: Madonna and Child Mantegna, Bergamo Madonna and Child Bellini, Rome Madonna and Child Filippo Lippi, Parma Madonna and Child Bellini, Verona Madonna and Child Artemisia Gentileschi Madonna and Child Madonna art Mad ...

                                               

Mark II

Mark II or Mark 2 often refers to the second version of a product, frequently military hardware. "Mark", meaning "model" or "variant", can be abbreviated "Mk." Mark II or Mark 2 may refer to: