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Dead center

Dead center tool, a type of lathe center used for accurately positioning a workpiece on an axis Dead centre engineering, a position of a crank where the applied force is straight along its axis

                                               

VRU

VRU may refer to: The Voice Recognition Unit accessory for the Nintendo 64 Video Game console. Vertical Reference Unit VRU, used for dynamic positioning, cmp. IMU. Vancouver Rugby Union, rugby union in Vancouver, Canada. Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine ...

                                               

Tabletopia

Tabletopia is an online portal for users to play and create virtual tabletop games. The platform is developed by Tabletopia Inc and initially was released as a web browser based service after a successful crowdfunding campaign in August 2015. In ...

                                               

UWC

UWC may refer to: Ulster Workers Council, a grouping of loyalist and unionist workers in Northern Ireland responsible for the 1974 Ulster Workers Strike Universal Wrestling Corporation, the original name given to World Championship Wrestling in 1 ...

                                               

Odessa (disambiguation)

Odessa, California Odessa, Missouri Odessa Township disambiguation, multiple places Odessa, Texas Odessa, Delaware Odessa, West Virginia Odessa, Minnesota Lake Odessa, Michigan Odessa, New York Odessa, Washington Odessa, Florida Odessa, Nebraska ...

                                               

Adventureland

Adventureland Illinois, a defunct amusement park located in Addison, Illinois, USA Adventureland Iowa, located in Altoona, Iowa, USA Adventureland Disney, an area or "themed land" in several Disney theme parks Adventureland New York, located in E ...

                                               

Louvre (disambiguation)

The Louvre or the Louvre Museum is a museum and a historic monument in Paris. Louvre or Louvres, may also refer to: Louvres, Val-dOise, Ile-de-France, France; a commune Louvre window, a window composed of louvres Louvre window, a window blind or ...

                                               

MPP

MPP or M.P.P. may refer to: Marginal physical product Member of Provincial Parliament Ontario, Canada Master of Public Policy, an academic degree Migrant Protection Protocols of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service Merriweather Post Pavil ...

                                               

Racing (disambiguation)

The title "Racing" is used by historic sporting clubs who may have once fielded teams in athletics competitions. Racing Club Haïtien, a Haitian football club Racing Club de Montevideo, an Uruguayan football club Racing Club de Madrid, a former Sp ...

                                               

Lander

Lunar Lander arcade game, an arcade game Lander game demo, the 3D game demo provided with the Acorn Archimedes computer Lander computer game, computer game published by Psygnosis in 1999 Lander Transformers, a fictional character in the Transform ...

                                               

CVG

CVG may refer to: Corporacion Venezolana de Guayana, a Venezuelan conglomerate Convergys, a BPO company Central Valley Greenway, a bicycle and pedestrian route in Metro Vancouver, Canada CVG, the ICAO airline designator for Carill Aviation, Unite ...

                                               

El Fuerte

El Fuerte may refer to: El Fuerte, a character in the Street Fighter video game series El Fuerte, Sinaloa, a city of Sinaloa, Mexico El Fuerte de Samaipata, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Bolivia Fuerte may also refer to: Fuerte, a variety of av ...

                                               

Venice (disambiguation)

Venice Anderson Paak album, 2014 Music of Venice, the citys role in the development of the music of Italy Venice band, a band from Venice, California Venice musical, first produced in 2010 in Kansas City, Missouri, U.S. Venice Fennesz album, 2004

                                               

FVA

FVA may refer to: Festival Voix dAmeriques, held annually in Montreal, Canada Footvolley Australia Flugwissenschaftliche Vereinigung Aachen, a German aviation research group and aircraft manufacturer Function value analysis Fox Valley Association ...

                                               

Black orchid

"Black Orchids" novella, the first story in the above Black Orchid comic book, a DC Comics miniseries created by Neil Gaiman Black Orchids, a Nero Wolfe double mystery by Rex Stout Black Orchid comics, a character from DC Comics Black Orchid Kill ...

                                               

Search and Destroy (disambiguation)

Search and destroy is a military strategy that became a notorious element of the Vietnam War. Search and Destroy or Seek and Destroy may also refer to:

                                               

Line of sight

Leonardo da Vincis term for a structure within the human eye, according to eye movement in reading Line-of-sight propagation, electro-magnetic waves travelling in a straight line Direct fire or line-of-sight fire, shooting directly at a visible t ...

                                               

Platoon (disambiguation)

A platoon is a military unit of around 15 to 30 soldiers. Platoon may also refer to: Platoon film 1986, a Vietnam War film directed by Oliver Stone Platoon automobile, a system for reducing traffic congestion Platoon 1987 video game, a video game ...

                                               

RS2

RS2 may refer to: Rising Storm 2: Vietnam, a tactical first-person shooter video game set in the Vietnam War, sequel to Rising Storm "RuneScape 2", an older version of the online video game RuneScape Romancing SaGa 2, role-playing video game "Red ...

                                               

Blue Max

Blue Max is an informal name of Pour le Merite, a German military decoration from 1740 until the end of World War I. Blue Max may also refer to: The Blue Max, a 1966 film Blue Max board game 1983 2d Battalion, 20th Field Artillery United States, ...

                                               

Escalation

Escalation is the process of increasing or rising, derived from the concept of an escalator. Specific uses of the term include: Cost escalation, an increase in the price of goods Escalation of commitment, an aspect of game theory Privilege escala ...

                                               

Recon

Recon may refer to: Recon role-playing game, a role-playing game wherein players assume the role of U.S. military characters during the Vietnam War Tom Clancys Ghost Recon, a series of tactical shooter video games Recon CS-6, a 2006 Nerf blaster ...

                                               

Ripcord

Ripcord or rip cord may refer to: Rip Cord G.I. Joe, a fictional character in the G.I. Joe universe Ripcord skydiving, the mechanism used to release a parachute Ripcord, a cord of yarn under the jacket of an optical cable for jacket removal FSB R ...

                                               

Vast

Vast or VAST may refer to: Vast 2011 film, a Dutch film, winner of the 2011 Golden Calf for Best Television Drama Vast novel, a 1998 science fiction novel by Linda Nagata Vast Studios, a Canadian video game developer Vast Broadband, an American c ...

                                               

Clapper

Clapper or Clappers may refer to: Clapper, Missouri, a community in the United States Clapper musical instrument, consisting of two pieces of wood struck together Part of a bell instrument James Clapper born 1941, former Director of National Inte ...

                                               

Noble House (disambiguation)

Jonathan Noble House, Columbus, Ohio, NRHP-listed in Columbus Kellum-Noble House, Houston, Texas, NRHP-listed in Harris County The Island House, Elk Rapids, Michigan sometimes referred to as the Edwin Noble House Lewis Noble House, Worthington, O ...

                                               

Balaka Falls

Balaka Falls is a small tiered–cascade waterfall situated in the Greater Western Sydney region of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is located in the City of Parramatta and is surrounded by suburbia, making it accessible for nearby residenti ...

                                               

BFM

Bob FM, an FM radio brand in Canada and the United States BFM Business, a French radio station, formerly BFM BFM TV, a French television channel BFM 89.9, a Malaysian radio station bFM, a station in the Student Radio Network in New Zealand

                                               

Kizzy

Kizzy may refer to: Kizzy Crawford or "Kizzy", a Barbadian-Welsh singer Kizzy entertainer born Kizzy Yuanda Constance Getrouw, a Dutch actress, singer-songwriter and television host Kizzy, a character from the play Turn Left at Gilgamesh Kizzy "K ...

                                               

Shavone Charles

Shavone Charles, known mononymously as SHAVONE. is an first-generation American performance rapper-songwriter, entrepreneur, activist and marketing and communications executive in the technology industry. SHAVONE. is currently the Director of Con ...

                                               

MMX

MMX may refer to: Minds + Machines Group Limited, an internet top-level domain Mega Man X, a series of video games produced by Capcom, and the eponymous main character of the series MMX Twelfth Night album, a 2010 album by Twelfth Night MMX War f ...

                                               

City of Dreams

City of Dreams may refer to: City of Dreams Manila, a casino in Entertainment City, Metro Manila, Philippines Vienna, Austria "City of Dreams" Joel Turner song "City of Dreams" Dirty South and Alesso song Columbia, SC City of Dreams, a novel by W ...

                                               

MOP

MOP, Maintenance Operations Protocol, in computer networks Metaobject protocol, a technique that allows a computer programmer to extend or alter the semantics of a language

                                               

Silver Lake

Silver Lake, Essex County, New Jersey Helendale, California, also known as Silver Lakes Plasse, California, formerly known as Silver Lake, in Amador County, California Silver Lake, Kansas Silver Lake, Minnesota Silver Lake, Indiana Silver Lake, W ...

                                               

OSR

Optical solar reflector, a radiator material for space craft Open-source robotics, a branch of robotics Operational sex ratio, ratio of reproductively available males to females OEM Service Release of Windows 95 On-stack replacement, used by Jike ...

                                               

IZ

IZ, Iz, or iZ may refer to: Israel Kamakawiwoole also called "Bruddah Iz"; 1959–1997, Hawaiian musician, entertainer and Hawaiian sovereignty activist Invader Zim, an American animated television series Inclusionary zoning, an American term which ...

                                               

DRG

DRG Records, an American music label owned by Entertainment One Music DRG media company, a British media distribution company founded in 2006, now part of Nice Entertainment Group DRG London, a Digital Audio Broadcasting multiplex available in th ...

                                               

Temple Hill

Temple Hill, a hill in Cardston, Alberta, on which the Cardston Alberta Temple was constructed Temple Mount, a religious site in Jerusalem Temple Hill, a hill in Snowflake, Arizona, on which the Snowflake Arizona Temple was constructed Temple Hil ...

                                               

Naim Besofash

Naim Besofash is an Israeli weekend public transportation array that exists in 6 authorities in Gush Dan – Givatayim, Kiryat Ono, Ramat HaSharon, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Yehud-Monosson and Shoham.

                                               

Lupin III: The First

Arsene Lupin III teams up with a woman named Letizia to steal the Bresson Diary, a treasure that even the first generation Arsene Lupin could not steal.

                                               

PJ

PJ, Djahanshah Aghssa, drummer of Anti-Nowhere League PJ singer, Paris Jones born 1990, American singer-songwriter PJ blogger, Pamela Jones, website editor and open source software blogger

                                               

His Hands

His Hands is a British silent psychological thriller short film written and directed by Arron Blake and Darius Shu released in 2019 by Little Deer Films and Silverprince Pictures. It tells the story of two men of different age meeting for the str ...

                                               

Javier Bardem filmography

Javier Bardem is a Spanish actor and producer who made his acting debut as a child actor in an episode of the Spanish television series El Picaro. Bardem made his feature film debut with a minor role in the 1990 Spanish erotic film Las edades de ...

                                               

Idahams

Hart Idawarifagha lshmael, known professionally as Idahams, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter and record producer. He secured a record deal with Grafton Entertainment in 2016 and joined the Universal Music Nigeria roaster in 2019. Idahams made his ...

                                               

T-Classic

Tolulope Ajayi better known by his stage name T-Classic, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter and recording artiste. In 2017, T-Classic signed to Mixnaija Entertainment released his lead single I want you produced by Killertunes.

                                               

Max FM Lagos

Max FM is an English Nigerian FM radio station that is based in Lagos State with frequencies across 2 of the 6 Geo-Political zones in Nigeria and licensed by the Nigerian Broadcasting Commission.It also streams its radio station online and is cen ...

                                               

Estadio Nacional

Estadio Nacional is the name used for: Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica 2011 in La Sabana, Costa Rica Estadio Nacional de Panama in Panama City, Panama Estadio Nacional film, a documentary film about the use of the Estadio Nacional de Chile as a co ...

                                               

Benny (disambiguation)

Benny or Bennie is a given name. It may also refer to: People: Benny footballer, Portuguese footballer Bernardo Pereira Silvano born 1996 Benny surname Bennie surname Benny slang, a derogatory term used by residents of Jersey Shore towns for tour ...

                                               

Nico (disambiguation)

Nico di Angelo, a fictional character in the books Percy Jackson & the Olympians and The Heroes of Olympus by Rick Riordan portrayed as a son of Hades Sora Tokui, singer and voice actress for Nico Yazawa, a character in the anime and multimedia f ...

                                               

Plush (disambiguation)

Plush band, a South African acoustic rock band Plush film, a 2013 American film "Plush" song, by Stone Temple Pilots Plush novel, a 2013 movie tie-in novel by Kate Crash prequel to the eponymous 2013 film Plush soundtrack, a 2013 soundtrack album ...