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PRN

PRN, the IATA airport code for Pristina International Airport Adem Jashari, Pristina, Kosovo PRN, the FAA LID code for Mac Crenshaw Memorial Airport, Greenville, Alabama, United States

                                               

Katherine Cullen

Cullen was born in Midland, Michigan to Jim and Ann Hicks. She attended Herbert Henry Dow High School in Midland. She graduated in 1986, and began her undergraduate degree at Michigan State University. In 1990 she graduated with a Bachelors of Sc ...

                                               

Belgian Union of Transport Workers

The union was founded on 6 June 1913, with the merger of numerous local port, sailors and transport workers unions, giving it an initial membership of 8.000. During World War I, the union was largely inactive, but it was revived in 1919, and crea ...

                                               

VL

VL and variants may refer to: Vlaanderen, Dutch for Flanders, one of the three regions of Belgium Air Via IATA airline designator VL Daisy V/L, the first production rifle for caseless ammunition Ventral lateral nucleus, a component of the thalamu ...

                                               

LSP

Louisiana State Police Left Socialist Party Belgium, the Belgian section of the "Committee for a Workers International" Louisiana State Penitentiary Liberal State Party, a former Dutch political party Local strategic partnership, a government-ins ...

                                               

31 Squadron

31 Squadron or 31st Squadron may refer to: 31st Rescue Squadron, United States Air Force No. 31 Squadron RAAF, Royal Australian Air Force VFA-31 Strike Fighter Squadron 31, United States Navy No. 31 Squadron RAF, United Kingdom Royal Air Force 31 ...

                                               

OHL

Obrascon Huarte Lain, a Spanish construction company Oral hairy leukoplakia, a type of oral pathology Ozburn-Hessey Logistics Open Hardware License disambiguation Overhead line, such as an overhead electric line used for railway and tram electric ...

                                               

A4

A 4, the alternating group on four elements British NVC community A4 Hydrocharis morsus-ranae - Stratiotes aloides community, one type of Aquatic communities in the British National Vegetation Classification system Subfamily A4, a rhodopsin-like ...

                                               

Linx

Linx or LINX may refer to: Linx tablet PCs Linx Cargo Care Group, Australian logistics company London Internet Exchange or LINX, an internet exchange point in London Linx railway company, a now defunct Norwegian-Swedish railway company Simcoe Cou ...

                                               

11 Squadron

11th Reconnaissance Squadron United States, a unit of the United States Air Force 11th Troop Carrier Squadron, a unit of the United States Air Force Strike Fighter Squadron 11, a unit of the United States Navy 11th Bomb Squadron United States, a ...

                                               

EML

Eating Media Lunch, a satirical New Zealand news show East Manchester Line, a tram line of the Manchester Metrolink Euro Marine Logistics, a Belgian shipping company Epitome Music Library, an American production music library Estonian Navy Ship E ...

                                               

Schneider

G. Schneider & Sohn, a Bavarian brewery company Schneider Computer Division, a brand of Amstrad CPC in association with Schneider Rundfunkwerke AG Schneider Rundfunkwerke AG, the former owner of the Dual brand of record players Schneider Foods, a ...

                                               

IPEC

IPEC can refer to: International Symposium on Parameterized and Exact Computation, an annual computer science conference Institute of Permaculture and Ecovillage of the Cerrado, Brazil Intellectual Property Enterprise Court, a venue for legal act ...

                                               

Wuyi

Wuyi County, Hebei 武邑县 Wuyi, Anhui 乌衣镇, town in Nanqiao District, Chuzhou Wuyi, Hengshui 武邑镇, town in and seat of Wuyi County, Hebei Wuyi Avenue Subdistrict 五一大街街道, Qiaodong District, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Wuyi 五邑 "five counties" of ...

                                               

CNW (disambiguation)

CNW stands for the Chicago and North Western Transportation Company, a U.S. railroad that existed from 1859 to 1995. CNW may also refer to: TSTC Waco Airport, in Texas, United States IATA code Conwy railway station, train request stop in Wales, U ...

                                               

NDHU College of Management

The NDHU College of Management is a business school of the National Dong Hwa University, a public research university located in Hualien, Taiwan. As one of 8 colleges at the universitys main campus, the NDHU College of Management offers programs ...

                                               

Post and Logistics Union

The Post and Logistics Union is a trade union, principally representing postal workers, in Finland. The union was founded on 1 June 2005, when the Postal Union merged with the Postal Officers Union. The two unions, originally representing separat ...

                                               

Postal Officers Union

The Postal Officers Union was a trade union representing postal service workers in Finland. The union was founded in 1894 in Helsinki, as the Finnish Postal Union. It did not represent all workers in the postal service, but only officers whose jo ...

                                               

41 Squadron

41 Squadron or 41st Squadron may refer to: No. 41 Squadron RAAF, a unit of the Royal Australian Air Force Strike Fighter Squadron 41 VFA-41, a unit of the United States Navy 41st Airlift Squadron, a unit of the United States Air Force No. 41 Squa ...

                                               

12 Squadron

12 Squadron, No. 12 Squadron or 12th Squadron may refer to: No. 12 Squadron RAF, a unit of the United Kingdom Royal Air Force VFC-12 Fighter Squadron Composite 12, a unit of the United States Navy Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 12, a unit of ...

                                               

16 Squadron

16 Squadron or 16th Squadron may refer to: 16 Tank Transporter Squadron United Kingdom, a unit of the British Army 16th Weapons Squadron, a unit of the United States Air Force 16th Space Control Squadron, a unit of the United States Air Force 16t ...

                                               

42 Squadron

42 Squadron or 42nd Squadron may refer to: No. 42 Squadron Finland Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 42, United States Marine Corps 42nd Air Refueling Squadron, United States Air Force 42nd Flying Training Squadron, United States Air Force 42 Ra ...

                                               

Federation of Special Service and Clerical Employees

The Federation of Special Service and Clerical Employees is a trade union representing a variety of private sector professionals. The federation was founded in 1968, as the General Staff Union, and was affiliated to the Confederation of Salaried ...

                                               

FSL

Friends School, Lisburn, in Northern Ireland Fraternitas Scintilla Legis, a Philippine fraternity FM FSL, a rifle Fast Simplex Link, a soft microprocessor bus Fluid Science Laboratory, on the International Space Station Fleet Support Limited, a B ...

                                               

Ravenna (disambiguation)

Pierfelice Ravenna born 1938, Chilean botanist John of Ravenna Juti Ravenna 1897–1972, Italian painter Pia Ravenna 1894–1964, Finnish coloratura soprano

                                               

MLG

MLG may refer to any of the following: mlg, the ISO 630 code for the Malagasy language The IATA airport code for Abdul Rachman Saleh Airport, which serves Malang, East Java and Indonesia Maple Leaf Gardens, a disused arena in Toronto, formerly th ...

                                               

KN

KN or kn may refer to: Language: The letter combination ⟨kn⟩ in spelling Kannada language ISO 639-1 language code kn Places: North Korea NATO country code KN Karksi-Nuia, Estonia Saint Kitts and Nevis ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code KN Kohtla-Nõm ...

                                               

SDV

SDV may stand for: Swimmer delivery vehicle, a type of diving equipment used by scuba divers to increase range underwater SEAL Delivery Vehicle Saunier Duval–Prodir, or Saunier Duval-Scott, a professional cycling team by UCI 3-letter code Sde Dov ...

                                               

Minister of Infrastructure

Minister of Infrastructure may refer to: Minister for Infrastructure New Zealand Italian Minister of Infrastructures Minister for Infrastructure Sweden Minister of Infrastructure and the Environment, Netherlands Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructu ...

                                               

Mark XIX

HA/LA Mk.XIX, a Royal Navy High Angle / Low Angle twin-mount carrying two quick-firing 4 in guns ASV Mk. 19 Anti Surface Vessel, an EKCO airborne radar fitted to the Royal Navy Fairey Gannet De Havilland Mosquito NF Mk XIX, a night fighter varian ...

                                               

TPL

TPL Tables, commercial product that supersedes Table Producing Language Table Producing Language, an IBM mainframe computer program, superseded by TPL Tables Targeted peripheral list, part of USB On-The-Go Temporal Process Language Task Parallel ...

                                               

Kintetsu

Kintetsu World Express, a logistics service provider and a subsidiary of Kintetsu Group Holdings Kintetsu Bus, a bus company and a subsidiary of Kintetsu Group Holdings Kintetsu Group Holdings, the holding corporation of the Kintetsu Railway Kint ...

                                               

Nippon (disambiguation)

Nippon is a reading of kanji 日本 that refers to Japan. Nippon is more formal and rarer than Nihon, an alternative reading. For more information see Names of Japan. Nippon may also refer to:

                                               

WWL

WWL may refer to: Willas Wild Life, TV series WWL-FM, a radio station 105.3 FM licensed to Kenner, Louisiana, simulcasting WWL Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics, Norwegian and Swedish RORO shipping company and logistics provider World Wrestling Lege ...

                                               

Wallenius Wilhelmsen

Wallenius Wilhelmsen is a Norway-based global RoRo shipping and vehicle logistics company, managing the distribution of cars, trucks, rolling equipment and breakbulk globally. Wallenius Wilhelmsen is a house of brands, with Wallenius Wilhelmsen O ...

                                               

NRS

NRS may refer to: Numerical Rating Scale for pain JANET NRS Janet Name Registration Scheme NRS social grade and the National Readership Survey The National Runaway Switchboard, a national US hotline for youth in crisis. Norman-Roberts syndrome, a ...

                                               

NTC

National Technology Council Pakistan Luther W. New Jr. Theological College, Dehradun, India The Nautical Training Corps, in the U.K. Northcentral Technical College, in the U.S. Northfleet Technology College, in the U.K. National Taitung Junior Co ...

                                               

Bacolod (disambiguation)

Metro Bacolod, a metropolitan area in Negros Occidental, Philippines Bacolod-Kalawi, Lanao del Sur, a municipality in Lanao del Sur, Philippines Bacolod, Lanao del Norte, a municipality in Lanao del Norte, Philippines

                                               

Iloc

Iloc or ILOC may refer to: Initial Logistics Officers Course, course for Supply Officer Royal Navy Cristina Casandra, maiden name Cristina Iloc, Romanian long-distance runner Indian Law and Order Commission, United States government body focusing ...

                                               

PBL

Russian Professional Basketball League, the pre-eminent mens professional basketball league in Russia Philippine Basketball League, a mens basketball minor league in the Philippines Premier Badminton League, a badminton league in India with playe ...

                                               

Coslada Dry Port

The Dry Port of Madrid, also known as the Dry Port of Coslada, is a logistics platform for the distribution of goods located in the Spanish municipality of Coslada, near Madrid.

                                               

C12

C12, C.XII or C-12 may be: Caldwell 12 NGC 6945, the Fireworks Galaxy, an intermediate spiral galaxy in the constellations Cepheus and Cygnus Sauber C12, a 1993 racing car Albatros C.XII, a World War I German military reconnaissance aircraft Spyk ...

                                               

Marine Fusilier Regiments

Marine Fusilier Regiments are marine infantry regiments belonging to the Algerian Navy. They are the Algerian equivalents of the USMC.

                                               

LSS

LSS may refer to: Large-scale structure of the universe London School of Sound, school of music production based in London, United Kingdom LSS Data Systems, a medical software company XM26 Lightweight Shotgun System Laurel Springs School, Ojai, C ...

                                               

MSB

MSB may refer to: Mrs. Stewarts Bluing, a brand of fabric bluing agent that whitens fabrics with a dye called Prussian blue ferric hexacyanoferrate Microsoft Surface Book 1.4-Bis2-methylstyryl benzene, also known as p-Biso-methylstyryl benzene an ...

                                               

Mykolaiv Shipyard

Mykolaiv Shipyard may refer to three major shipyards in the Ukrainian city of Mykolaiv or Nikolayev. The North and South yards were also known as the Andre Marti yards in early Soviet times: Black Sea Shipyard - also known as Nikolayev South Ship ...

                                               

1st Brigade

I Brigade, Royal Horse Artillery T.F., Territorial Force I Brigade, Royal Horse Artillery 1st Brigade Royal Field Artillery I Indian Brigade, Royal Horse Artillery

                                               

Storage

Self storage, a public storage facility Warehouse, a commercial building for storage of goods Mail storage, storage by mail or delivery service

                                               

Spacer

Spacer, an element in HTML web design Spacers and standoffs, unthreaded pieces of rigid tubing, often used in electronic equipment Rebar spacer, in concrete construction

                                               

Neighbor (company)

Founded in March 2017 by Preston Alder, Colton Gardner, and Joseph Woodbury, the company is backed by venture capital firms Peak Ventures and Pelion Ventures. In March 2018, Neighbor changed the spelling of their name from Neiybor, under which it ...