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Pilkington (disambiguation)

Pilkington is a multinational glass manufacturing company headquartered in St Helens, United Kingdom. Pilkington may also refer to: Pilkington surname, an English surname Pilkington XXX F.C., a football club based in Birmingham, England Pilkingto ...

                                               

Synthetic paper

Synthetic paper is a material made out of synthetic resin which is made to have properties similar to regular paper. Synthetic paper is usually made out of either biaxially oriented polypropylene BOPP or high-density polyethylene HDPE. The applic ...

                                               

Phenolic

Phenolic is an adjective and a substantive that may apply to: Phenols, a class of chemical compounds that include phenol Phenolic taint, a wine fault due to 4-vinylphenol formation by Brettanomyces bruxellensis Phenolic paper, a type of cardboard ...

                                               

Datera

Datera is a global enterprise software company headquartered in Santa Clara, California that develops elastic block scale-out, software-defined storage. The Datera Data Services Platform is the companys commercial product aimed at DevOps, hypersc ...

                                               

Underlayment

Underlayment may refer to: Underlayment, a water-resistant or waterproof layer used beneath many types of commercially available roofing material Tar paper, a heavy-duty paper used in construction Bituminous waterproofing, systems designed to pro ...

                                               

Binakael

Binakael is a type of weaving pattern traditional in the Philippines. Patterns consisting entirely of straight lines are woven so as to create the illusion of curves and volumes. A sense of motion is also sought. Designs are geometric, but often ...

                                               

Looping

Looping may refer to: Media and entertainment Looping, film production term for dubbing filmmaking Loop music, a repeating section of sound material Looping, repeating drawings in an animated cartoon Audio induction loop, an aid for the hard of h ...

                                               

Blocking

Blocking construction, horizontal boards placed between wall studs to facilitate hardware attachment

                                               

Fox Spirit Matchmaker

Fox Spirit Matchmaker is a Chinese romance manhua work painted by Tuo Xiaoxin and colored by Pansi Daxian. It was originally published on the magazine Manhua Show since 2012 until the magazines cancellation but continued on Tencent Comics. On Jun ...

                                               

Hagood

Hagood may refer to: Places: Hagood-Mauldin House, on the National Register of Historic Places, in Pickens, South Carolina Hagood, South Carolina, unincorporated community in Sumter County, South Carolina, United States Hagood Mill, operational w ...

                                               

Pipers

Pipers River, Tasmania, a township in Tasmania, Australia Pipers Creek Seattle, stream in Seattle, Washington, United States Pipers Island, island in the River Thames at Reading, England Pipers Cove, community on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, ...

                                               

Baghdad (disambiguation)

Baghdad, Iran Baghdad Stadium, Kwekwe, Zimbabwe Baghdad Street Singapore Baghdād, Afghanistan Baghdad Street Damascus, Syria Baghdad, Pakistan Bağdat Avenue, Istanbul, Turkey Lake Baghdad, Rottnest Island, Western Australia Bagdad, Tasmania, Aust ...

                                               

S45

S45, S-45 or S.45 may refer to: Siemens S45, a 2001 cellular telephone model S45 postcode for North East Derbyshire S45: In case of accident or if you feel unwell seek medical advice immediately show the label where possible, a safety phrase in c ...

                                               

Eurostar (disambiguation)

Eurostar International Limited EIL, the successor to Eurostar UK Ltd which was a company responsible for the British share of the joint Eurostar operation alongside NMBS/SNCB in Belgium and SNCF in France Eurostar, an international train service ...

                                               

BSE

Barbados Stock Exchange Botswana Stock Exchange in Gaborone, Botswana Bombay Stock Exchange, Mumbai, India Bulgarian Stock Exchange – Sofia, BSE-Sofia Budapest Stock Exchange, Hungary Bahrain Stock Exchange, Bahrain Boston Stock Exchange, Massach ...

                                               

Independent Television

Independent television can refer to: ITV TV network, a television network covering the United Kingdom, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands Independent Television, a British television network ITV TV channel, a brand name used by ITV plc for t ...

                                               

Raipur (disambiguation)

Raipur, the capital city of the state of Chhattisgarh Raipur district Raipur Lok Sabha constituency Raipur, Dahanu, a village in Maharshtra Raipur, Bankura community development block, an administrative division Raipur, Bhopal, a village in Bhopa ...

                                               

List of super cyclonic storms

A Super Cyclonic Storm is the highest category used by the India Meteorological Department to classify tropical cyclones, within the North Indian Ocean tropical cyclone basin between the Malay Peninsula and the Arabian Peninsula. Within the basin ...

                                               

ONTV

ONTV or variant may refer to: CHCH-DT, the station in Hamilton, Ontario that used the branding "OnTV" during the 1990s .on TV or.on Television, ITV latenight programme "On TV" song, off the 1981 album Adventures in Modern Recording by The Buggles ...

                                               

Sed (disambiguation)

Erythrocyte sedimentation rate sed rate, a haematology test Spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia congenita, an inherited genetic bone disorder Selective eating disorder, former name of avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder Emotional and behavioral di ...

                                               

Asar

Asar may refer to: Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar instrument aboard the European Space Agencys Envisat satellite Esker, a glacial landform sometimes called an asar Arc Segment Attitude Reference, an on-boresight attitude reference symbol for a ...

                                               

SeaStar

SeaStar or Sea Star may refer to: AAC SeaStar, a two-seat biplane from Canada Starfish, an echinoderm belonging to the class Asteroidea Dornier Seawings Seastar, an amphibious aircraft with two engines in a push-pull configuration SeaStar, or Orb ...

                                               

Morning Light

Morning Light, a 1998 book of poetry by Lee Harwood Morning Light, a 1976 book by French Catholic writer Jean Sulivan, winner of Prix Bretagne Morning Light, a 1930 novel by Frank Bird Linderman Morning Light: The Islanders in the Days of Oak and ...

                                               

LTV

Lumiere TV, a TV channel in Cyprus Latvijas Televīzija, Latvian Television Lagos Television, a TV channel in Nigeria. LTV Ethiopia, a private satellite TV channel in Ethiopia LRT televizija, formerly LTV, Lithuanian National Television

                                               

FY

Fy or FY may refer to: Places: North Macedonia NATO country code, a country in southeastern Europe Fengyang, China FY postcode area for Blackpool, England In science and technology: Feynmanium 137 Fy, a nickname for untriseptium Uts, chemical ele ...

                                               

J3

J3, J03, J 3 or J-3 can refer to a number of things: Roads: County Route J3 California Malaysia Federal Route J3 Submarines: Junsen type submarine HMAS J3, an Australian submarine Aircraft: Piper J-3, a 1938 light aircraft J-3, a U.S. Navy airshi ...

                                               

J16

MGWR Class Ln Class J16, a Midland Great Western Railway Irish steam locomotive Jalan Paloh, also known as J16, is a major road in Johor, Indonesia Malaysia Federal Route J16, a major road in Johor connecting Yong Peng to Kluang County Route J16 ...

                                               

Goes (disambiguation)

Goes railway station, a depot in the above-linked city of Goes in the Netherlands Goes, a commune in the Pyrenees-Atlantiques departement in France Goes Station, Ohio, a small unincorporated community in northern Xenia Township, Greene County, Oh ...

                                               

Teleport

Teleport may refer to: To teleport is to engage in the act of teleportation Warping, the act of interlevel teleporting in video games Teleportation Quantum teleportation Teleport Staten Island, a business park on Staten Island, New York Telescopi ...

                                               

Taal Volcano Main Crater Lake

The Taal Volcano Main Crater Lake, also formerly known as Yellow Lake, is a lake inside the main crater of Taal Volcano. The formation of the lake is unknown but possibly filled with rainwater accumulated over the years. The Main Crater Lake had ...

                                               

Santo Cristo, Quezon City

Santo Cristo, is a Quezon City barangay located in North EDSA, a busy commercial area of shopping malls, transport hubs and office buildings. Neighboring barangays include Bahay Toro in the north; Veterans Village in the South, Bungad in the sout ...

                                               

Bukit Timah (disambiguation)

Bukit Timah, is an area located within the Central Region of Singapore. The term can be applied to several things associated with the area Bukit Timah Monkey Man, a cryptid said to inhabit the Bukit Timah forest Bukit Timah Primary School, a prim ...

                                               

SNOC

SNOC or snoc may be: Aeroporto de Caninde de São Francisco ICAO code SNOC, airport in Caninde de São Francisco, Sergipe, Brazil Saturday Night on Campus, a student activity at Cornerstone University, Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States Singapor ...

                                               

Kirana

Kirana may refer to: Kairana, a town in Uttar Pradesh, India Kirana gharana, a Hindustani khyal gharana named after the town Kirana Hills, Pakistan Kirana Bar, a hilly area named after the Kirana Hills Kirana-I, a series of 24 cold-tests conducte ...

                                               

D12 (disambiguation)

D12 is an American hip-hop group originating from Detroit, Michigan. D12 may also refer to: In military transport: HMS Striker D12, a 1942 British converted aircraft carrier Pfalz D.XII, a 1918 German fighter aircraft D-12 armoured car, a Soviet ...

                                               

Homing

Infrared homing, a passive missile guidance system which uses the emission from a target of infrared electromagnetic radiation Homing missile guidance Active radar homing, a missile guidance method in which a guided missile uses a radar transceiv ...

                                               

Repeater (disambiguation)

A repeater is a telecommunications device that amplifies a signal. Broadcast relay stations, cellular repeaters, microwave radio relays, tunnel transmitters, radio repeaters, amateur radio repeaters and communications satellite transponders all a ...

                                               

Weber-OSCAR 18

Weber-OSCAR 18 is an American amateur radio satellite. The satellite was jointly developed, built by the Weber State College Center for Aerospace Technology and AMSAT, and on January 22, 1990, as a secondary payload, along with the SPOT 2 earth o ...

                                               

Jinbei Haise X30L

Based on the same platform as the Jinbei Haixing X30, the Jinbei Haise X30L X30 was released by Brilliance Auto in December, 2015. Built by Brilliance Xinyuan Chongqing Auto 华晨鑫源, the Chongqing branch of Brilliance Auto, the Jinbei Haise X30L ...

                                               

Development of the TGV

The TGV is Frances high-speed rail service. The idea of a high-speed train in France was born about twenty years before the first TGVs entered service. At that time, about 1960, a radical new concept was thought up; combining very high speeds and ...

                                               

ELV

ELV or ELVs may refer to: Emission Limit Value, legal acceptable emission limit value determined by authorities Elfin Cove Seaplane Base, an airport in Alaska that has IATA code ELV Extra-low voltage, an electrical standard designed to protect ag ...

                                               

FPV

Valencian Pilota Federation Catalan: Federacio de Pilota Valenciana Peruvian Volleyball Federation Spanish: Federacion Peruana de Voleibol Puerto Rican Volleyball Federation Spanish: Federacion Puertoriqueña de Voleibol Portuguese Volleyball Fede ...

                                               

HSV

Hamburger SV, a German football club Hannover 96, or Hannoverscher Sportverein von 1896, a German football club HSV Handball, a German handball club in Hamburg

                                               

K-50

Karry K50, Chinese minivan under the Karry make from automaker Cherry K-50 K-class blimp WWII-era U.S. Navy blimp Qiantu K50, Chinese battery-electric supercar K-50 truck U.S. Army WWII-era Army Signal Corps communications lines repair truck K-50 ...

                                               

Landwind CV9

The Landwind CV9, sometimes also called Landwind fashion, is a compact MPV produced by the Chinese manufacturer Landwind. After the SUVs Jiangling Landwind and Landwind GS6, the vehicle is the third attempt by the Chinese manufacturer to gain a f ...

                                               

Canon DAssaut Lorraine

After the Second World War, the French Army issued various projects to replace their obsolete tanks. The Lorraine company was tasked with producing a light tank destroyer derived from the AMX-50 project.

                                               

NIO EC6

The EC6 is a 5-door, 5-seater crossover SUV with a sloping rear part of the roof. It is a "crossover coupe" counterpart to the more boxy ES6. It is going to be offered with an option for a 100-kWh battery, larger than currently available on the E ...

                                               

Li Xiang One

The sport utility vehicle was presented in April 2019 at the Shanghai Auto Show. It has been in series production in Changzhou since November 2019. The first vehicles are to be delivered in China from early 2020.

                                               

HiPhi 1

The HiPhi 1 was publicly unveiled on July 31, 2019 as the HiPhi 1 pre-production Concept. The HiPhi 1 electric crossover is unique in the concept that it uses gull-wing doors in addition to automotive suicide doors, making it a 6-door crossover e ...

                                               

Kolaka incident

The Kolaka incident, known locally as the 19 November incident, was an ambush of a Dutch military convoy near Kolaka, Southeast Sulawesi on 19 November 1945, during the early months of the Indonesian National Revolution.