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Orientation

Orientation may refer to: Orientation mental, a function of the mind Orienteering, a group of sports that requires navigational skills to navigate from point to point Orientation sign language, the orientation of the hands when signing Orientatio ...

                                               

List of North American countries by area

These territories, also located in North America, are not sovereign nations but are either former colonies of European countries still under control of Denmark, France, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom nor historically under the control of ...

                                               

Rule

School rule, a rule that is part of school discipline Game rule, a rule that defines how a game is played Rule of thumb, a principle with broad application that is not intended to be strictly accurate or reliable for every situation Norm philosop ...

                                               

OU

Open University, United Kingdom Osmania University, India Open University of Mauritius, Mauritius University of Otago, New Zealand University of Ottawa, Canada Osnabruck University, Germany Open University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong University of Ox ...

                                               

AAR

Aar Lahn, a tributary of Lahn river in Germany, descending from the Taunus mountains Aar Twiste, a tributary of Twiste river in Germany, in the basin of the Weser Aar village, a village in Rajasthan, India South American–Antarctic Ridge, also kno ...

                                               

Umm

Bahrain Umm as Sabaan, an islet Umm an Nasan, an island Ain Umm Sujoor, an archaeological site Egypt Zawyet Umm El Rakham, an archaeological site Umm Naggat mine Umm El Qaab, a necropolis Umm Kulthum Museum in Old Cairo Iraq Umm Qasr Port Umm al ...

                                               

Lot

Arabian lots, or Arabic parts, an astrological divination technique Sortition drawing lots Cleromancy, divination by casting lots

                                               

Jester (disambiguation)

The Jesters TV series, an Australian comedy series which aired in 2009 and 2011

                                               

FSO

Federal Statistical Office Switzerland Federal Protective Service Russia Russian: Федеральная служба охраны, Federalnaya Sluzhba Okhrany, responsible for the security of Russian state officials Foreign Service Officer of the United States Foreign ...

                                               

NMP

Nitroxide mediated radical polymerization, a method of controlled polymerization N- Methylpyrrolidone, an organic solvent Nucleoside monophosphate The New Millennium Program, a spaceflight technology initiative at NASA

                                               

Strike

Bird strike, collision between an airborne animal and a man-made vehicle, especially aircraft Strike from the record, request to erase previous testimony or a court proceeding from the record Striking the colors, to haul down a flag to indicate s ...

                                               

President of the United States (disambiguation)

The president of the United States has been chief of the executive branch of the United States of America since 1789. Various other countries that are or were known as the United States have or had a presidential system: President of the United S ...

                                               

Tonk meteorite

Tonk is a small carbonaceous chondrite meteorite that fell near Tonk, India in 1911. Despite its small size, it is often included in studies due to its compositional similarity to the early solar system.

                                               

Martuni

Martuni may refer to: Administrative territorial entities Martuni Region, an administrative region of the Republic of Artsakh Martuni District NKAO, a district of the former Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Oblast of the Azerbaijan Soviet Socialist Re ...

                                               

Seat (disambiguation)

Seat can refer to: A place to sit a "seat", particularly the area one sits upon rather than other elements, like armrests. It derives from Middle English sete and from Old Norse sæti. See: Infant car seat, for children in a car Airline seat Eject ...

                                               

Authority (disambiguation)

The Authority, listed in characters of His Dark Materials, who debuts in the 2000 novel The Amber Spyglass Authority album, a 2014 album by British electronic music group Client The Authority comics, superhero comic book published by DC Comics, u ...

                                               

Ord

Ord, Northumberland, England Ord, Nebraska, USA Ord River Floodplain, Ramsar Site Ord River, Western Australia Ord, Skye, a place near Tarskavaig Ord Irrigation Area Important Bird Area Muir of Ord, village in Highland, Scotland Ord of Caithness, ...

                                               

William Todd

William Todd may refer to: William Frederick Todd 1854–1935, Canadian politician William L. Todd 1818-1876, creator of the Flag of California Bill Todd, William Laurence "Bill" Todd, NASA program manager and aquanaut William E. Todd born 1962, Un ...

                                               

David Williams (archaeologist)

Williams initially attended the Reigate School of Art, Design and Media and used his experience in graphic design to work as an archaeological illustrator, including drawing Native American and South American artefacts for the Museum of Mankind. ...

                                               

Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez

Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez is a 2020 American true crime documentary series about convicted murderer and former professional American football player Aaron Hernandez. The three-part documentary explores his conviction for the murd ...

                                               

CHAOS: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the Sixties

CHAOS: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the Sixties is a 2019 non-fiction book written by Tom ONeill with Dan Piepenbring. The book presents ONeills research into the background and motives for the Tate–LaBianca murders committe ...

                                               

Srboljub Kojadinovic

Srboljub Kojadinovic was born in Belgrade on July 1, 1942. He completed his secondary education and acquired his GCSE at Fifth Grammar School in Belgrade. He graduated from Faculty of Civil Engineering in Belgrade and had his Diploma paper superv ...

                                               

Telegraph Plateau

The Telegraph Plateau is a region of the North Atlantic that was supposedly relatively flat and shallow compared to the rest of the ocean away from shore. The term is archaic and no longer used by hydrographers. It was so named because it seemed ...

                                               

Ocean Explorers Grand Slam

In 2019, Icelandic explorer Fiann Paul captained the first human-powered transit by rowing across the Drake Passage The Impossible Row and, in doing so, he completed the row on his fifth ocean, and became the first person to achieve the Ocean Exp ...

                                               

GNF

Greenfield railway station, in Greater Manchester, England Grenada Municipal Airport, in Mississippi, United States Gandalf Airlines, a defunct Italian airline Gansner Field, an airport in California, United States

                                               

355 (disambiguation)

355 is a year in the Gregorian calendar. 355 may also refer to: 355 film, a 2021 female-led spy film from Universal Pictures Interstate 355, a toll route of Chicago, Illinois The year 355 BC Ferrari F355, an Italian sportscar Agent 355, a secret ...

                                               

999

999 or triple nine usually refers to: 999 number, an integer 999 emergency telephone number, a telephone number for the emergency services in several countries AD 999, a year 999 BC, a year

                                               

313 (disambiguation)

313 may also refer to: The number of soldiers in Imam Mahdi Army according to Shia Belief Frame of the Zapruder film, where President Kennedys head explodes British Rail Class 313, a train used for some local services on Englands South Coast and ...

                                               

213 (disambiguation)

213 is a year of the Julian calendar. 213 may also refer to: 213 series, a type of train used by Japan National Railways 213, the apartment number of American serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer 213 number, a natural number Area code 213, a telephone ar ...

                                               

Digital television transition in Japan

The digital television transition in Japan was the mandatory switchover from analog to digital terrestrial television broadcasting that began in 2008 and continued through early 2012. The switchover itself took place between 24 July 2011 and 31 M ...

                                               

DNC

Delaware North Companies, a global food service and hospitality company headquartered in Buffalo, New York, U.S. Den norske Creditbank, a now-defunct Norwegian commercial bank

                                               

NGN

NGN can refer to: Neurogenins, a family of bHLH transcription factors involved in specifying neuronal differentiation Nigerian naira, the ISO 4217 code for the currency of Nigeria Noida Greater Noida Expressway, in Delhi, India Telecommunications ...

                                               

555 (disambiguation)

555 may refer to: State Express 555, a brand of cigarette "555", a song performed by the band Phish and written by Mike Gordon 555 1988 film, a direct-to-video horror film 555 timer IC, an integrated circuit used in a variety of timer, pulse gene ...

                                               

1800 (disambiguation)

1800 may refer to: 19th century, 1801–1900 1800s decade, 1800-1809 1800, events in the year 1800 UTC+08:00, time zone Telecommunications 1-800; see Toll-free telephone number GSM-1800 1800 Reverse Other Tobu 1800 series train in Japan Arc 1800, s ...

                                               

Spectrum (disambiguation)

A spectrum is a condition or value that is not limited to a specific set of values but can vary infinitely within a continuum. Spectrum may also refer to:

                                               

Sky Airline Peru

SKY Airline Peru SAC, also known as SꓘY or SKY Peru is an airline based in Lima, Peru and is the second largest airline in the Peruvian market. It is a subsidiary of Sky Airline, which is based in Chile. It operates scheduled domestic and interna ...

                                               

DNR

An episode of the medical drama House TV series Den neien Radio engl.: "The New Radio", a radio station in Luxembourg An episode of the situation comedy Becker TV series Daily News Record, a fashion periodical

                                               

Sender (disambiguation)

Sender is a circuit in an electromechanical telephone exchange sending telephone numbers and other information to another exchange. Sender may also refer to: the return address of a postal item the producer of a message in models of communication ...

                                               

Vallecitos (volcano)

Vallecitos is a mountain subrange/area in Argentina. It has a height of 6.120 metres. It is located at Antofagasta de la Sierra, Catamarca Province, at the Puna de Atacama.

                                               

Medusa (mountain)

Medusa is a mountain at the border of Argentina and Chile. It has a height of 6.130 metres. Its located at Catamarca Province, Tinogasta Department, at the Puna de Atacama.

                                               

Colanguil

Colanguil or Colanguil is a mountain range or area in Argentina. It has a height of 6.122 metres. Its located at Iglesia Department, San Juan Province, at the Central Andes.

                                               

Cerro Ameghino

Based on the elevation provided by the available Digital elevation models, SRTM 5931m, SRTM2 5935m, ASTER 5900m, SRTM filled with ASTER 5935m, TanDEM-X5956m, Ameghino is about 5950 meters above sea level. The height of the nearest key col is 5365 ...

                                               

Topography (disambiguation)

Ocean surface topography, the difference between the surface of the ocean and the geoid Karst topography, a landscape on soluble rock, characterized by underground drainage systems with sinkholes and caves Topography, the study of the current ter ...

                                               

Cerro Polapi

Cerro Polapi is a stratovolcano in Chile. It has a height of 5.960 metres. Its located at Ollague, Antofagasta Region, at the Cordillera Occidental.

                                               

Round Island, Hong Kong

Round Island is an island in Hong Kong. Administratively part of the Southern District, the island has an area is 0.17 km². The terrain on Round Island is a little hilly. The islands highest point is 49 metres over the sea. It stretches 0.6 km in ...

                                               

M2

M2 Ukraine, a Ukrainian music television channel M² album, a 2001 album by jazz musician Marcus Miller m² artist, an ambient project of Mathis Mootz M2 TV channel, a Hungarian TV channel

                                               

Yaka language

Yaka may refer to the following languages of Africa: One of the other Yaka languages Yaka language Congo–Angola, the most populous, spoken in Angola and the Democratic Republic of the Congo blue cross on the map Yaka language Ubangi, or Aka, spok ...

                                               

Mapper

Mapper2, a biological database MAPPER, a Fourth-generation programming language originally sold by Sperry Corporation now Unisys -OR- Device mapper, handler for Linux Port mapper, maps program to web address Memory management controller, a chip t ...

                                               

Integral linear operator

An integral bilinear form is a bilinear functional that belongs to the continuous dual space of X ⊗ ^ ϵ Y {\displaystyle X{\widehat {\otimes }}_{\epsilon }Y}, the injective tensor product of the locally convex Topological Vector Spaces X and Y. A ...

                                               

LIPID MAPS

LIPID MAPS is a web portal designed to be a gateway to Lipidomics resources. The resource has spearheaded a classification of biological lipids, dividing them into eight general categories. LIPID MAPS provides standardised methodologies for mass ...