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Arton

Given name Arton Zekaj, Serbian footballer of Kosovo Albanian descent Surname Anthony Bourne-Arton, British Conservative Party politician Oliver Rendell Arton

                                               

Water snake

Different snakes are called water snakes. "Water snake" is also sometimes used as a descriptive term for any snakes that spend a significant time in or near fresh water, such as any species belonging to the family Acrochordidae. They should not b ...

                                               

Alphabet soup

Alphabet soup may refer to: Alphabet Soup TV series, the television series Alphabet Soup! Barney & Friends, an episode of Barney & Friends Alphabet Soup Childrens Entertainment, a Canadian childrens band Alphabet Soup ultimate frisbee, a mixed Eu ...

                                               

SMZ

SMZ may refer to: As an abbreviation: Schloegl Mang Zender SMZ 250, a machine designed for motorcycle racer Anton Mang Sulfamethazine, an antibiotic whose abbreviations include SMZ Saber Marionette Z, fictional manga/anime character in Saber Mari ...

                                               

NL

nl Unix, a Unix utility for numbering lines .nl, the Internet country code top-level domain for the Netherlands NL complexity, a computational complexity class Newline, a special character in computing signifying the end of a line of text nl form ...

                                               

PHE

Public Health England, an executive agency of the Department of Health in the UK Physical and Health Education Canada PHE Canada, a Canadian health organization; See Canada Fitness Award Program Paramount Home Entertainment, the home video distri ...

                                               

CHA

College Hockey America, the NCAA Division I conference Canadian Hockey Association disambiguation Charlotte Hornets, a basketball team College Hockey Association, the ACHA Division II conference James "Cha" Fitzpatrick born 1985, Kilkenny hurler ...

                                               

PDCI

Abbreviations referring to organisations: Partito dei Comunisti Italiani, a political party in Italy Democratic Party of Cote dIvoire - African Democratic Rally, in French: Parti Democratique de la Cote dIvoire, a political party in Cote dIvoire ...

                                               

Chewy

Chewy may refer to: Chewbacca, a fictional character, whose name is often shortened to "Chewy" or "Chewie" Chewy: Esc from F5, a 1996 computer game and its title character Chewy company, pet food company based in the United States A wine tasting ...

                                               

Bandwidth

Bandwidth has several related meanings: Spectral linewidth, the width of an atomic or molecular spectral line, measured in hertz Bandwidth computing, the rate of data transfer, bit rate or throughput, measured in bits per second bit/s Bandwidth s ...

                                               

Natcom

Natcom may refer to: National Aviation Consultants, a Canadian airline which uses the code NATCOM Natcom Bancshares, the parent of National Bank of Commerce in Superior, Wisconsin National Commuter Airlines, a former operator of Aerospatiale N 26 ...

                                               

CAIG Wing Loong II

The Chengdu Wing Loong II, military designation GJ-2, is an unmanned aerial vehicle capable of remotely controlled or autonomous flight developed by the Chengdu Aircraft Industry Group in the Peoples Republic of China. Intended for use as a surve ...

                                               

Malaysian

Malaysian may refer to: Malaysian diaspora, Malaysian emigrants and their descendants around the world Malaysian people, people who are identified with the country of Malaysia regardless of their ethnicities. Most Malaysians are of Malay, Chinese ...

                                               

Tajik

Tajik, Tadjik or Tadzhik may refer to: Tajik language, the official language of Tajikistan Tajiks, an ethnic group in Tajikistan, Afghanistan and Uzbekistan Tajik, Iran, a village in North Khorasan Province, Iran Tajik cuisine The Arabic-schooled ...

                                               

Andean culture

Andean culture is a collective term used to refer to the indigenous peoples of the Andes mountains especially those that came under the influence of the Inca Empire. Cultures considered Andean include: Andean civilizations Muisca people or Chibch ...

                                               

Logos (disambiguation)

MV Logos II, a 1968 ship used in evangelical missions of Operation Mobilisation Logos School, a Christian school in Moscow, Idaho Logos Bible Software, a software application Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, an academic journal L ...

                                               

List of interments at Woodlawn Cemetery (Bronx, New York)

The following is a list of notable persons interred in Woodlawn Cemetery. Cornelius Bliss Addison Brown Anne Lynch Botta Nora Bayes Gail Borden Ralph Bunche, United Nations official and diplomat Bostwick family Oliver Belmont George Boldt Alva Be ...

                                               

Atkinson

Atkinson, Nova Scotia, Canada Atkinson, Nebraska, U.S. Atkinson, Maine, U.S. Atkinson, North Carolina, U.S. Atkinson, Illinois, U.S. Atkinson, New Hampshire, U.S. Atkinson, Indiana, U.S. Atkinson Lake, a lake in Minnesota, U.S. Atkinson, Dominica ...

                                               

Wash

WASH United, a German organization that works to end the global sanitation and hygiene crisis Wash distilling, the liquid produced by the fermentation step in the production of distilled beverages WASH or WaSH, "water, sanitation and hygiene", th ...

                                               

Julien

Julien album, a 1973 album by French singer Dalida Julien opera, a 1913 poeme lyrique or opera by composer Gustave Charpentier Julien song, a 2019 song by Canadian singer Carly Rae Jepsen

                                               

Genet

Genet biology, a colony of plants, fungi or bacteria that come from a single genetic source Genet animal, a small predatory Old World carnivore related to the civet

                                               

Fidel

Fidel most commonly refers to: Fidel Castro 1926–2016, Cuban communist revolutionary and politician Fidel Ramos born 1928, Filipino politician and former president Fidel may also refer to:

                                               

Karelian

Karelian refers to something from or related to the region of Karelia, in present-day Russia and Finland. Karelians, the Balto-Finnic people of this area Karelian language, their Finnic language Karelian foods Karelian pasties Karelian hot pot Ka ...

                                               

Rainbow Coalition

Rainbow Coalition may refer to: The Mizrahi Democratic Rainbow Coalition in Israel Green-Rainbow Party, a U.S. political party, originally separate entities named the Massachusetts Green Party and the Rainbow Coalition of Boston Rainbow Netherlan ...

                                               

Awakening

Great Awakening, several periods of Anglo-American Christian revival Spiritual awakening, a religious experience Bodhi awakening, a form of Buddhist spiritual enlightenment Awakening religious movement, a Lutheran movement in Finland

                                               

PPF

The Participatory Politics Foundation a US non-profit organization Parti Populaire Français, a French fascist party active before and during World War Two Progressive Policies Forum, a UK organization involved in a 2008 scandal over Peter Hains c ...

                                               

Lantern Tower (La Rochelle, France)

The Lantern Tower There are three medieval historic towers in La Rochelle, France which guarded the port at Aunis. The Lantern tower served as a Lighthouse and a prison throughout its history. It was also known by other names: Garrot tower, Pries ...

                                               

Fidele

Fidele or Fidele may refer to: Florent Fidele Constant Bourgeois born 1767, French landscape painter, engraver, and lithographer Auguste Amant Constant Fidele Edouart 1789–1861, French-born portrait artist Bourg-Fidele a commune in the Ardennes d ...

                                               

Jenkins

Jenkins, Illinois Jenkins Township, Crow Wing County, Minnesota Jenkins County, Georgia Jenkins, Missouri Jenkins Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania Jenkins, Kentucky Jenkins, Minnesota

                                               

Synapse (disambiguation)

A synapse is a neural junction used for communication between neurons Synapse may also refer to: Synapse Product Development, a product development firm headquartered in Seattle, Washington, USA In computing and information systems: Synapse Audio ...

                                               

Danish

Danish may refer to: Danish language, a North Germanic language used mostly in Denmark and Northern Germany Danish tongue or Old Norse, the parent language of all North Germanic languages A member of the Danes, a Germanic tribe Danish pastry, oft ...

                                               

DRP

DRP may refer to: In business: Dividend reinvestment plan, dividends are directly reinvested in the underlying equity Dells Raceway Park, a racetrack in Wisconsin Distribution resource planning, a method used in business administration for planni ...

                                               

CLN

CLN may refer to: In computing and technology Class Library for Numbers, a free software project Computer Learning Network, a technical school college in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania In politics and government: Certificate of Loss of Nationality, ...

                                               

Woe

Woe may refer to: An acronym for "working on excellence" made by Drake. War of Emperium, a guild war in the MMORPG Ragnarok Online Sadness or suffering Wings Over Europe, a combat flight simulator Woe, Ghana, a town in Ghanas Volta region WOEID W ...

                                               

Guise (disambiguation)

Counts and Dukes of Guise Guise name, a list of people with the name Guise Guise baronets, baronetcies in England and Great Britain The House of Guise, a prominent French ducal family

                                               

Mackinac

Straits of Mackinac Shipwreck Preserve, a state-designated preservation area within much of the Straits of Mackinac Mackinac Bridge, a bridge over the Straits of Mackinac Mackinac Wilderness, a designated area within the Hiawatha National Forest ...

                                               

Gallo

Related to Gaul, as in Gallo-Roman culture Gallo-Brittonic, the common aspects between Celtic Gaul and Celtic Britain Gallo language, a regional language of France Gallo-Italic of Sicily, a group of Gallo-Italic dialects spoken in central-eastern ...

                                               

Simbi (disambiguation)

In Haitian vodou, simbi is a large and diverse family of serpent loa, or gods. It almost always refers to something related to the vodou religion, but may also refer to:

                                               

HPR

HPR may refer to: Hornsdale Power Reserve, a utility-scale battery in South Australia Heparanase Hawaii Public Radio Hungarian Peoples Republic Host plant resistance Hydroacoustic Position Reference Haptoglobin-related protein, a protein and gene ...

                                               

Pangi

Democratic Republic of the Congo Pangi Territory, a territory in Maniema province, Democratic Republico of the Congo Pangi, Democratic Republic of the Congo, a community in Maniema province India Panaji, a city in Goa Pangi, Himachal Pradesh, a m ...

                                               

Ruin (disambiguation)

Ruin, Iran, a village in North Khorasan Province, Iran The Ruins mansion, an old mansion and tourist attraction in Talisay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines Ruin Rural District, an administrative subdivision of North Khorasan Province, Iran

                                               

Hole-in-the-Rock

Hole-in-the-Rock or Hole in the Rock may refer to: Hole in the rock formation, a crevice in the western rim of Glen Canyon, Utah, U.S. Hole N the Rock Moab, an underground home, now a tourist attraction near Moab, Utah, U.S. Hole in the Rock New ...

                                               

SPA

A spa is a therapeutic water treatment. Related uses include: Spa town, a town noted for its spa Destination spa Mineral spa Day spa Spa or SPA may also refer to:

                                               

Fossa

Fossa River, Iceland Fossa, a waterfall in the Faeroe islands Fossa, Abruzzo, Italy Fossa, Faroe Islands, an abandoned village Fossa, County Kerry, Ireland

                                               

Trim

Cutting or trimming small pieces off something to remove them Pruning, trimming as a form of pruning often used on trees Book trimming, a stage of the publishing process

                                               

Industry (disambiguation)

Industry is the production of goods or related services within an economy. Industry may also refer to: Industry archaeology, a typological classification of stone tools Industry classification, a classification of economic organizations and activ ...

                                               

Transport (disambiguation)

Penal transportation, also known as "sentence to transport" Transport industry transport, used especially in military contexts to mean a vehicle to carry supplies or personnel, e.g. transport aircraft disambiguation or troopship

                                               

Possibility

Possibility is the condition or fact of being possible. Latin origins of the word hint at ability. Possibility may refer to: Epistemic possibility, a topic in philosophy and modal logic Possibility theory, a mathematical theory for dealing with c ...

                                               

Font (disambiguation)

Baptismal font, a container for holy water used in the Christian ceremonial of baptism Holy water font, a vessel for holy water, often seen at the entrance of a church

                                               

Ashikaga

Ashikaga may refer to: Ashikaga clan 足利氏 Ashikaga-shi, a Japanese samurai clan descended from the Minamoto clan; and that formed the basis of the eponymous shogunate Ashikaga shogunate 足利幕府 Ashikaga bakufu, a Japanese shōgun dynasty Ashika ...