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Luis Gomez

Luis Gomez may refer to: Luis Gomez-Montejano 1922–2017, president of Real Madrid Luis Gomez born 1980, Mexican politician Luis Eduardo Gomez 1941–2011, Colombian journalist Luis Gomez baseball born 1951, retired baseball player from Mexico Luis ...

                                               

Carlos Mendoza

Carlos Mendoza may refer to: Carlos Antonio Mendoza 1856–1916, Panamanian politician Carlos Mendoza baseball coach born 1979, Venezuelan baseball player and coach Carlos Mendoza footballer born 1992, Bolivian footballer Carlos Eduardo Mendoza bor ...

                                               

PDP

PDP-11, series of 16-bit minicomputers Power delay profile, signal intensity as a function of time delay Primary Data Point in the RRDtool Programmed Data Processor, a series of minicomputers made by Digital Equipment Corporation DEC Power-delay ...

                                               

SMR

Six Mile Run, New Jersey, name of several features in New Jersey Six Mile Run New Jersey, a tributary of the Millstone River in New Jersey Schweitzer Mountain, a ski resort in Idaho

                                               

David Gordon Greens unrealized projects

The following is a list of unproduced David Gordon Green projects in roughly chronological order. During his long career, American film director David Gordon Green has worked on a number of projects which never progressed beyond the pre-productio ...

                                               

Special session of the United Nations General Assembly

A Special Session of the United Nations General Assembly, or UNGASS, occurs when the United Nations General Assembly meets in order to discuss an important wide-ranging topic. Under Chapter IV, article 20 of the United Nations Charter, "Special s ...

                                               

FLT

FLT may refer to: Fairlight group, a warez release group Luxembourg Tennis Federation French: Federation Luxembourgeoise de Tennis Foreign Language Teaching Liberation Front of Chad French: Front de Liberation du Tchad, active during the Chadian ...

                                               

Imploding the Mirage

Imploding the Mirage is the upcoming sixth studio album by American rock band the Killers. It is scheduled to be released through Island Records in 2020. It was preceded by the lead single "Caution", released on March 13, 2020. The band will emba ...

                                               

LFM

LFM may refer to: Linear Feet per Minute, rate of air flowing over a surface Lycee français de Moscou Liber feudorum maior, a medieval Catalan cartulary Lycee Français de Madrid or the Liceo Frances de Madrid in Madrid and Alcobendas, Spain Lycee ...

                                               

MPR

Monthly Prescribing Reference, an online drug reference for healthcare professionals The MMR vaccine, from Latin morbilli measles, parotitis mumps and rubella Multi-planar reformatting, or multiplanar reconstruction, a medical imaging technique – ...

                                               

Primera Linea

Primera Linea is the name for a loose collective of protesters dedicated to physically confronting Chilean riot police in the context of the 2019–20 Chilean protests. In the words of a member "its about contesting power". The Primera Linea is mad ...

                                               

Ruben Gonzalez

Ruben Gonzalez or Ruben Gonzales may refer to: Ruben Gonzalez Rocha born 1982, Spanish footballer Ruben Gonzalez luger born 1962, Argentine luger Ruben Gonzales tennis born 1985, Filipino tennis player Ruben Gonzalez Medina born 1949, bishop for ...

                                               

DAP

DAP gene, a human gene that encodes death-associated proteins, which mediate programmed cell death Dog appeasing pheromone, a synthetic analogue of a canine hormone Diaminopimelic acid, an amino acid derivative Dose area product, a measurement of ...

                                               

Carlos Rivas

Carlos Rivas may refer to: Carlos Rivas actor 1925–2003, American actor Carlos Rivas footballer, born 1953, Chilean footballer Carlos Rivas Godoy born 1985, Canadian footballer; son of the Chilean Carlos Rivas Carlos Rivas footballer, born 1994, ...

                                               

Flanders (disambiguation)

Flanders is the country of the Flemings; since several decades ago, it is also a community and a region in Belgium. Geographically and historically, Flanders also covers parts of France and The Netherlands but may also refer to:

                                               

UFT

UFT may stand for: United Federation of Teachers, a New York union Unified field theory, a theory in physics United Faculty of Theology in Melbourne, Victoria Universidade Federal do Tocantins, a Brazilian university Tegafur/uracil, a chemotherap ...

                                               

Hoffman (disambiguation)

In the United States: Hoffman, Missouri, an unincorporated community Hoffmans, New Jersey unincorporated community Hoffman, Illinois village Hoffman Island, near Staten Island, New York Hoffman, North Carolina town Hoffman, settlement in the Virg ...

                                               

BDH

BDH is a three-letter abbreviation that may refer to: Bryce Dallas Howard, actress in Jurassic World, The Village, Spider-Man 3, Terminator Salvation, and Twilight Saga: Eclipse, et al. The AMEX code for ML BRDBND HLDR12/40 a broadband diversific ...

                                               

Maa

Maryland Aviation Administration, a state agency of Maryland and an airport authority under the jurisdiction of the Maryland Department of Transportation Mathematical Association of America, a professional society that focuses on mathematics Micr ...

                                               

CDT

Cytolethal distending toxin, a bacterial genotoxin produced by Gram-negative bacteria Clock drawing test Current Dental Terminology, a coding system of the American Dental Association Compulsory drug test Carbohydrate deficient transferrin, a tra ...

                                               

DCF

Child Protective Services, called Department of Children and Families in some U.S. states Wisconsin Department of Children and Families Vermont Department for Children and Families Florida Department of Children and Families Connecticut Departmen ...

                                               

CTD

CTD chemotherapy, a combination of the drugs cyclophosphamide, thalidomide, and dexamethasone Carnitine transporter deficiency, an inborn error of fatty acid transport Circling the Drain, acronym relating to those on the way out Common Technical ...

                                               

List of presidents of Saltillo Municipality

Jesus R. Flores Luna, 1945 Mario Eulalio Gutierrez Talamas, 1990 Mario Eulalio Gutierrez Talamas, 1982-1984 Eduardo Davila Garza, 1961-1963 Jesus Daniel Aguilar, 1940-1940 Humberto Moreira, 2003-2005 Ricardo Villarreal, 1942-1942 Pedro Cerda, 193 ...

                                               

Schedule 1

Schedule 1 may refer to: Schedule I Psychotropic Substances within the U.N. Convention on Psychotropic Substances Schedule I Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances within the Estonian Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act Schedule I ...

                                               

Schedule 2

Schedule 2 may refer to: List of Schedule II drugs US Schedule II Controlled Substances within the US Controlled Substances Act Schedule II Psychotropic Substances within the Thai Psychotropic Substances Act Schedule II Controlled Drugs and Subst ...

                                               

Schedule 4

Schedule 4 or Schedule IV may refer to: Schedule IV Psychotropic Substances within the Thai Psychotropic Substances Act Schedule IV Psychotropic Substances within the U.N. Convention on Psychotropic Substances Schedule IV Controlled Substances wi ...

                                               

OHA

Big text The acronym OHA may refer to:On hand Always Ontario Horticultural Association Oregon Health Authority Oklahoma Hospital Association, the state affiliate of the American Hospital Association Omaha Housing Authority, the government agency ...

                                               

Faith (The Weeknd song)

Faith is a song by Canadian singer The Weeknd from his fourth studio album After Hours. The track was teased multiple times throughout the pre-release promotional material for the album, with the songs intro first being shown on February 13, 2020 ...

                                               

ESL (disambiguation)

Super League, the premier rugby league competition in Europe Eastern Soccer League, a defunct American soccer league ESL company, a German company which organizes esports leagues worldwide

                                               

Superfly

Super Fly soundtrack, a 1972 Curtis Mayfield soundtrack to the film Super Fly 1972 film, a blaxploitation film "Superfly" song, the albums title track "Super Fly" Giant Panda song, a 2005 single by Giant Panda "Superfly", a song by 4 Non Blondes ...

                                               

Cunningham (disambiguation)

Cunningham Glacier, Queen Maud Mountains, Antarctica Mount Cunningham, South Georgia Island Cunningham Open Constituency, Fiji, a former electoral division 1754 Cunningham, an asteroid Cunningham crater, on Mercury

                                               

NFP

National Federation Party, Fijis oldest party New Frontier Party Japan, National Freedom Party, South Africa National Fascist Party, Italian Partito Nazionale Fascista

                                               

Sisa

Sisa may refer to: Sisa drug, a methamphetamine derivative Sisa Waqa, Fijian rugby league footballer Sisa supermarket, Italian supermarket chain Sisa Creek, watercourse near Korangi, Karachi, Pakistan SISA, Società Italiana Servizi Aerei, Italian ...

                                               

Erik Jensen (writer)

Erik Jensen is an Australian journalist and author, known for his 2014 biography of artist Adam Cullen, Acute Misfortune: The Life and Death of Adam Cullen, and as founding editor of The Saturday Paper.

                                               

The French Connection

The French Connection book, a 1969 non-fiction book about the drug trafficking scheme French Connection II, the sequel to the 1971 film The French Connection film, a 1971 film based on the book The French Connection The O.C., a 2007 episode of Th ...

                                               

N4

N4 road France N4 road Luxembourg N4 road Belgium, a road connecting Brussels and Arlon N4 road Switzerland N4 road South Africa, a road connecting the Botswana border, Pretoria, and the Mozambique border N4 highway Philippines N4 road Ireland, a ...

                                               

TGN

TGN may refer to: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names, controlled vocabulary of geographic places maintained by the Getty Vocabulary Program TGN1412, a drug that failed in clinical trials on humans The Generations Network, operator of Ancestry.co ...

                                               

DCG

DCG may refer to: Digital Currency Group, is an venture capital company focusing on the digital currency market Discounted cumulative gain, a performance measure for search engine ranking algorithms Guatemalan Christian Democracy Spanish: Democra ...

                                               

Bowl of Hygieia Award

The Bowl of Hygeia Award is an award given by state, provincial, and national pharmacist associations in the United States and Canada to recognize living pharmacists who "possess outstanding records of civic leadership in their communities," whil ...

                                               

Sosa

Sosa, Indonesia, a sub-district in Padang Lawas, North Sumatra, Indonesia Sosa, India, a village in Pithoragarh district, Uttarakhand, India SoSA, Oklahoma City, an inner-city neighborhood in Oklahoma City Sōsa, city in the Chiba prefecture, Japa ...

                                               

Tolak Angin

Tolak Angin is a herbal supplement product produced in Indonesia by Sido Muncul. Sold as a syrup packaged in yellow sachets, it is one of the most popular brands in Indonesia.

                                               

Baseline

A baseline is a line that is a base for measurement for construction. The word baseline may refer to: Baseline sea, the starting point for delimiting a coastal states maritime zones Baselines of the Chinese territorial sea Baselines of Indonesia ...

                                               

BFE

Buyer Furnished Equipment, a term used in the aerospace industry; see Zodiac Aerospace Base Flood Elevation, a level set by the Federal Emergency Management Agency based on 100 year flood models; see Flood opening Bastard Film Encounter, a US-bas ...

                                               

Aan (disambiguation)

Aan is a 1952 Indian film. Aan may also refer to: Aan River, a river in New Zealand aan, ISO 639 code of the Anambe language of Brazil Aan: Men at Work, a 2004 Indian film Alexander Aan born 1981, imprisoned atheist in Indonesia AAN may also refe ...

                                               

Shabu

Shabu or syabu may refer to: Shabu, Taizhou, Zhejiang 沙埠镇, town in Huangyan District, Taizhou, Zhejiang, China Shabu, Qinzhou 沙埠镇, town in Qinnan District, Qinzhou, Guangxi, China Shabu, Iran, شبو, a village in South Khorasan Province, Iran ...

                                               

Badan

Badan may refer to: Badhan, Sanaag, a city and district in the Sanaag region, a territory in north Eastern Somalia Badan, a fluorescent probe molecule, analogue of Prodan Badan ship, a type of dhow a name for the plant Bergenia crassifolia Badan ...

                                               

IDR

IDR may refer to: IDR, IATA code for Devi Ahilyabai Holkar International Airport, Indore, India Instantaneous Decoding Refresh in H.264/MPEG-4 AVC video, see Network Abstraction Layer International Depository Receipt, a negotiable security IDR, I ...

                                               

Caci

CACI may refer to: Compounding Aseptic Containment Isolator CACI, an item used in a cleanroom to minimize airborne toxins from entering the laboratory environment. Central Asia Counternarcotics Initiative CACI, an American proposed plan to tackle ...

                                               

Sand + Bone

Sand + Bone is a graphic novel by J.T. Krul and Andrea Mutti published in 2017. The book revolves around a soldiers return from Iraq and subsequent dealing with symptoms of PTSD.

                                               

IRR

Implied repo rate, in the futures market Internal rate of return, a profitability metric Interest rate risk, financial risk from fluctuating interest rates Iranian rial ISO 4217 code, the currency of Iran