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Jacobsen

Jacobsen may refer to: Jacobsen surname, people with the surname Jacobsen In places: Jacobsen, California, in El Dorado County Jacobsen Bight, South Georgia In other uses: Theodore Jacobsen Observatory, University of Washington, U.S. Jacobsen, a ...

                                               

IPR

Indie Press Revolution, a sales network for role-playing games Independent Public Radio network, Minnesota, US Interlochen Public Radio, Michigan, United States Iowa Public Radio, US

                                               

HDP

Hazara Democratic Party, in Pakistan Free Democratic Party Turkey Turkish: Hur Demokrat Parti, in Turkey; defunct Peoples Democratic Party Turkey Turkish: Halkların Demokratik Partisi, in Turkey

                                               

Non-binding opinion

In general, a non-binding opinion is an opinion which is not binding on the person or organization emitting it. It does not place the person or organization emitting the opinion under the legal obligation to stand by that opinion. In particular, ...

                                               

Kenyon (disambiguation)

United Kingdom Kenyon Junction railway station a closed junction station Kenyon, Warrington a civil parish, formerly in Lancashire, in Cheshire since 1974 United States Kenyonville, New York Kenyon, Rhode Island, a village Kenyon, California form ...

                                               

2 BvR 739/17

2 BvR 739/17 is a case decided on 13 February 2020 by the German Federal Constitutional Court in which the Court decided that the Act of Approval, i.e. for the ratification, of the Agreement on a Unified Patent Court of 19 February 2013 in German ...

                                               

Purge (disambiguation)

A purge is the forcible removal of undesirable people from political activity, etc. Purge or The Purge may also refer to: Purging gas, a fire and explosion prevention procedure to avoid the formation of an ignitable atmosphere Induced vomiting, p ...

                                               

Keeper of the Records

Keeper of the Records can refer to: Secretary and Keeper of the Records, the chief executive of the Duchy of Cornwall Lyon Clerk and Keeper of the Records, a post within the Court of the Lord Lyon, responsible for maintaining the Public Register ...

                                               

Clan Moubray

Clan Moubray is a lowland Scottish clan. The clan is officially recognized by the Lord Lyon King of Arms, however as the clan does not currently have a chief recognized by the Court of the Lord Lyon, it is therefore considered an Armigerous clan.

                                               

John Stirling

John Stirling may refer to: John Bertram Stirling 1888–1988, Canadian engineer and businessmen John Stirling New South Wales politician, Australian politician John Stirling of Kippendavie 1742-1816, Scottish landowner and father of Jane Stirling ...

                                               

George Burnett

George Burnett may refer to: George Burnett ice hockey born 1962, National Hockey League coach George Burnett officer of arms 1822–1890, Lord Lyon King of Arms George Ritter Burnett 1858–1908, United States Army officer and Medal of Honor recipie ...

                                               

NPE

New Pantai Expressway, an expressway in Klang Valley region, Malaysia Nationale Plattform Elektromobilitat, the German National Platform for Electric Mobility Napier Airport, New Zealand, by IATA code

                                               

Ariane

Ariane Massenet, an opera by Jules Massenet, first performed 1906 Ariane Films, a former French film production company Ariane, a play by Thomas Corneille 1625–1709 Ariane Martinu, an opera by Bohuslav Martinu, first performed 1961 Ariane film, a ...

                                               

Christopher Salat

Christopher Karl Salat, also known professionally as BeZerK One is an American graffiti artist, virtual reality artist, and turntablist. Known for his early work in Houston as a graffiti innovator, active in the Houston Alternative Art scene, ori ...

                                               

List of CMLL Super Viernes shows in 2020

CMLL Super Viernes is professional wrestling promotion Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libres Friday night wrestling show that takes place in Arena Mexico. The show is held every Friday night unless a Pay-Per-View or a supercard wrestling event is sched ...

                                               

La Noche de Mr. Niebla

La Noche de Mr. Niebla was a was a major professional wrestling supercard show, produced and scripted by the Mexican Lucha Libre promotion Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre. The Sin Piedad show took place on January 24, 2020 in Arena Mexico, Mexico ...

                                               

CMLL Torneo Nacional de Parejas Increibles (2020)

The CMLL Torneo Nacional de Parejas Increibles or the National Incredible Pairs Tournament was the 2020 version of an annual professional wrestling tag team tournament held by the Mexican wrestling promotion Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre. The to ...

                                               

Mexican National Tag Team Championship tournament (2020)

The Mexican professional wrestling company Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre held a Mexican National Tag Team Championship tournament from February 28, through March 13, 2020. The tournament marked the return of the Mexican National Tag Team Champio ...

                                               

Communist Party of Spain (disambiguation)

Communist Party of Spain was founded in 1921 and as of 2017 is the third-largest political party in Spain. Communist Party of Spain may also refer to: Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain Communist Party of Spain 8th and 9th Congresses, a spli ...

                                               

Gang of Four (disambiguation)

The Gang of Four was a political faction of four Chinese Communist Party officials, prominent during the Cultural Revolution 1966–76. Gang of Four may also refer to:

                                               

Battle of Delhi

Battle of Delhi may refer to: Siege of Delhi, 1303, fought between the Mongol Chagatai Khanate and the Delhi Sultanate Capture of Delhi 1398, fought between the Timurids and the Tughlaq dynasty Battle of Delhi 1803, fought between the Maratha Emp ...

                                               

Kar

Kar or KAR may refer to: Karair, a Finnish airline, by ICAO code Kar genus, of beetles ISO 639-5 code for Karenic languages Kar, Iran, in Kurdistan Province Kings African Rifles, British regiment, 1902-1960s Kar novel, 2002, by Orhan Pamuk .kar, ...

                                               

Headstrong

Headstrong may refer to: Headstrong album, the self-titled 2002 debut album by Headstrong Headstrong band, a Canadian rap rock band Headstrong Ashley Tisdale album, the 2007 debut album by Ashley Tisdale "Headstrong" Ashley Tisdale song, the titl ...

                                               

Shahi (disambiguation)

Hindu Shahi dynasty Ilyas Shahi dynasty Imad Shahi dynasty, which ruled the Berar Sultanate Kabul Shahi dynasty Turk Shahi dynasty Hussain Shahi dynasty Adil Shahi dynasty Barid Shahi dynasty, which ruled the Bidar Sultanate Qutb Shahi dynasty Ni ...

                                               

Shiki

Shiki Nanaya, a character from Tsukihime Shiki Tohno, a character from Tsukihime Shiki Ryōgi, a character from Kara no Kyoukai Shiki the Golden Lion, the main antagonist of the anime movie One Piece Film: Strong World Shiki, a character from Toga ...

                                               

Aisa

Aisa or AISA may refer to: American International School, Abu Dhabi Aeronautica Industrial S.A., a Spanish aeronautical company American International School of Abuja Aesa, a town of ancient Macedonia Aisa leafhopper, a leafhopper genus in the tr ...

                                               

Frontrunner

Front-runner is a term to describe the leader in a race, whether in politics, sports or a beauty pageant. It may also refer to: Front-runner, slang for a fairweather fan The Front Runner, a 1974 novel by Patricia Nell Warren FrontRunner, a commut ...

                                               

Birka (disambiguation)

The Beryozovye Islands in the Gulf of Finland Birka, a Viking-age trading center in Sweden Birka, Afghanistan, a place in Afghanistan Birka, Yorkshire, a place in England The Wagh El-Birket, a former red-light district in Cairo Virk, Jalandhar, P ...

                                               

Loo

Loo Uden, a village in the municipality of Uden in the province of North Brabant in the Netherlands Looe, a town in Cornwall, United Kingdom Loo Bergeijk, a village in the municipality of Bergeijk in the province of North Brabant in the Netherlan ...

                                               

Antar

Antar 1948, opera by Egyptian composer Aziz El-Shawan opera in Arabic, based on the life of Antarah ibn Shaddad Antar 1912–14, opera by Gabriel Dupont Antarah ibn Shaddad, a 6th-century pre-Islamic Arab warrior and poet Antar Rimsky-Korsakov 1868 ...

                                               

CBH

CBH may refer to: CBH, the IATA code for Boudghene Ben Ali Lotfi Airport in Bechar, Algeria Cellulase, a class of enzymes CBH-FM, a CBC Radio 2 station in Halifax, Nova Scotia Cape Breton Highlanders, a Canadian militia infantry regiment Commerce ...

                                               

Sandstorm (disambiguation)

SANDstorm hash, a cryptographic hash function Sandstorm Dungeons & Dragons, a 3.5 edition Dungeons & Dragons sourcebook Sandstorm vehicle, a robotic vehicle developed by Carnegie Mellon for the DARPA Grand Challenge race Sandstorm Transformers, s ...

                                               

Star of Africa (disambiguation)

Star of Africa or Cullinan Diamond is the largest gem-quality rough diamond ever found. Star of Africa or African Star may also refer to: Hans-Joachim Marseille, a German fighter ace during World War II who was nicknamed the Star of Africa Africa ...

                                               

PGI

PGI may refer to: PGi, Premiere Global Services Inc, a global web conferencing and conference calling company PGI 2 Prostacyclin, a chemical which regulates blood clotting Pyrotechnics Guild International, association of professional and amateur ...

                                               

Inter

Inter Miami CF, an American club Esporte Clube Internacional SC, a Brazilian club from Lages Inter de Grand-Goave, a Haitian club SC Internacional, a Brazilian club Inter Club dEscaldes, an Andorran club Inter Leipzig, a German club Inter Milan, ...

                                               

Hot 100 (disambiguation)

Hot 100 most commonly refers to the U.S. weekly music charts Billboard Hot 100. It may also refer to: Record lists: The Argentina Hot 100 Billboard Brasil Hot 100 The Canadian Hot 100 The Australian Triple J Hottest 100, a list of the most popula ...

                                               

Southern Railway

Chicago and North Western Transportation Company Kansas Southern Railway, part of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Southern California Railway Columbus and Greenville Railway Vermont Southern Railroad, part of the Boston and Maine Railro ...

                                               

Bad Company (disambiguation)

Bad Company 1984 film or The Bay Boy, a film by Daniel Petrie Bad Company 2002 film, an American action-comedy directed by Joel Schumacher The Nature of the Beast or Bad Company, a 1995 film by Victor Salva Bad Company 1931 film, an American gang ...

                                               

Entre Rios

Argentina Entre Rios Province, a central province of Argentina. Bolivia Entre Rios, Cochabamba, a small town in the Cochabamba Department of the South American Andean Republic of Bolivia Entre Rios, Tarija, a town in the Bolivian Tarija Departmen ...

                                               

Quechua

Quechua may refer to: Quechua people, several indigenous ethnic groups in South America, especially in Peru Quechua Boliviano, a dialect of Southern Quechua spoken in Bolivia and in northern Argentina Quechuan languages, a Native South American l ...

                                               

Midland

Midland, Michigan Midland, Tennessee Midland, Ohio Midland City, Alabama Midland, Louisiana Midlands of South Carolina Midoil, California, formerly Midland Midland, California Midland, Georgia Midland, Pennsylvania Midland, Washington Midland, Ar ...

                                               

Villa Maria

Villa Maria Long Island, a landmark estate in Water Mill, New York Villamaria, Caldas, Colombia a town and municipality Villa Maria, San Jose, a village in Uruguay Villa Maria del Triunfo, a district of Lima Province, Peru Villa Maria, Pennsylvan ...

                                               

Summer Isles (disambiguation)

Summer Isles may refer to: The Summer Isles, a novella by Ian R. MacLeod, later expanded into a novel. Both forms won the Sidewise Award. The Summer Isles, a small archipelago in Scotland The Summer Isles, a region of the Known World in George R. ...

                                               

TMR

TM Revolution, the Japanese musician Takanori Nishikawa, performing as T.M.Revolution Matthew Berry born 1969, known as TMR, a fantasy football expert on ESPN.com The Mexican Runner or Piotr Delgado Kusielczuk, a world-record speedrunner

                                               

Savages

Savages 1972 film, by James Ivory Savages 2006 film, a Russian comedy film Savages 1974 film, an American TV film Savages 2012 film, by Oliver Stone The Savages film, a 2007 film by Tamara Jenkins

                                               

C52

C52 or C-52 may be: HMS Bermuda C52, a cruiser launched 1941 and broken up 1965 JNR Class C52, a Japanese steam locomotive type C52 transmission, part of the Toyota C transmission family C-52 cipher machine Ikarus C52, German ultralight aircraft ...

                                               

Butterfield

Butterfield, Minnesota Butterfield, Missouri Butterfield Township, Michigan Butterfield, Illinois Butterfield Township, Minnesota Butterfield, Texas

                                               

Long tail (disambiguation)

Long tail is a consumer demographic in business. Long tail or Longtail may also refer to: Long-tail traffic, telecommunication traffic that exhibits a long-tail distribution White-tailed tropicbird, or longtail in Bermuda, a type of bird Longtail ...

                                               

Epsilon (disambiguation)

Epsilon TV is a Greek regional television channel Epsilon film also titled Alien Visitor 1995 Australian–Italian science fiction film by Rolf de Heer Epsilon Blood Stain Child album E Channel or simply Epsilon is a TV channel in Greece Epsilon, t ...

                                               

John Burch

John Chilton Burch 1826–1885, American legislator John Edgar Burch before 1878–1900, Canadian military officer who died at the Battle of Witpoort John Burch before 1635–after 1661, English military officer and Speaker of the House of Assembly of ...