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Piast (disambiguation)

Piasts Castle, castle in Gliwice Piast Canal, a canal that connects the Oder Lagoon with the Baltic Sea See also: 1981 strike at the Piast Coal Mine in Bierun Piast Coal Mine Piast Brewery, a defunct brewery, located in Wroclaw Stadion Piast, sta ...

                                               

IPO (disambiguation)

IPO usually refers to an initial public offering. IPO may also refer to: IPO station, a metro station at the University of Porto, Portugal IPO Model, a conceptual model of computer systems Instituto Português de Oncologia, in Portugal Intellectua ...

                                               

Seva

Seva may refer to: "Seva" short story, by Puerto Rican author Luis Lopez Nieves Seva Foundation, an American non-profit foundation that fights blindness and poverty Seva, "selfless service", volunteer work offered to God in Indian religions Seva, ...

                                               

Innovation (disambiguation)

Innovation Comics, a Wheeling, West Virginia-based comic book company active in the late 1980s and early 1990s Innovation TV program, a 1984–2004 American television program focusing on innovation that aired on PBS

                                               

Saint-Pierre

Saint-Pierre Airport Saint Pierre and Miquelon Saint-Pierre-du-Mont Airfield in Calvados department France Saint-Pierre - Pierrefonds Airport Reunion Havre Saint-Pierre Airport in Quebec Canada

                                               

Unionism

Craft unionism, a model of trade unionism in which workers are organised based on a particular craft or trade Dual unionism, the development of a union or political organization parallel to and within an existing labor union Social Movement Union ...

                                               

Free press

Free press or Free Press may refer to: Free Press organization, a USA media advocacy organization founded by professor Robert W. McChesney and journalist John Nichols Free Press publisher, an imprint of Simon & Schuster publishing The House of th ...

                                               

BDF

BDF or Bdf may refer to: Berlin Demography Forum, an annual international conference on demographic issues Ballroom Dancers Federation, a British organization for competitive ballroom dancers Backward differentiation formula, a numerical method f ...

                                               

AIE

AIE may refer to: International Energy Agency French: Agence internationale de lenergie, a Paris-based autonomous intergovernmental organization Air Inuit ICAO code, an airline based in Dorval, Quebec, Canada Aggregation-induced emission, a lumin ...

                                               

AACR

AACR may refer to: Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, a publication for library professionals American Association for Cancer Research, an organization based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania American Cable and Radio Corporation, a former communicatio ...

                                               

Crusade (disambiguation)

The Crusades were a series of religious wars sanctioned by the Latin Church in the medieval period, especially the campaigns in the Eastern Mediterranean aimed at recovering the Holy Land from Islamic rule. Crusade or Crusades may also refer to:

                                               

Dex

"Dex" Dynasty, an episode of the TV series Dynasty Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist, an Australian childrens TV program

                                               

Igi

Innovative Genomics Institute, affiliated with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory International Gemological Institute, a diamond grading laboratory Industrial and General Insurance Company, based in Nigeria with subsidiaries in Uganda and Rwan ...

                                               

AIS

Abbreviated Injury Scale, an anatomical-based coding system to classify and describe the severity of injuries Athens Insomnia Scale, used to measure severity of insomnia Androgen insensitivity syndrome, an intersex condition in which there is an ...

                                               

JNA

JNA may refer to: Yugoslav Peoples Army Jugoslovenska narodna armija Jna., a formerly common abbreviation of the given name Jonathan Jena Nomina Anatomica, a revision of anatomic nomenclature Jinair ICAO: JNA, a subsidiary of Korean Air Japanese ...

                                               

SVK

SVK is an initialism which may refer to: SVK Systems, a commercial distributor of an RC flight simulator Srpska Vojska Krajine, the Serbian name for the Army of the Republic of Serb Krajina. SVK comics, a comic book by Warren Ellis Air Slovakia, ...

                                               

GNS

GNS Science, a New Zealand earth-science research institute Gordon-North Sydney Hockey Club, based in Sydney, Australia Gunns, a defunct Australian timber company Glenlyon Norfolk School in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada Government of Nationa ...

                                               

SRS

Scoliosis Research Society Suffolk Records Society, in the UK Stanford Research Systems, a test and measurement manufacturer Sea Research Society, for diving and underwater archaeology Socialist Revolutionary Party, or "Essers", from the late Imp ...

                                               

SND

SND may refer to: Serbian National Defense Council, a Serbian diaspora activist organization Slovak National Theatre Slovenske narodne divadlo SND, post-nominal letters of a Sister of Notre Dame de Namur Sinus node dysfunction SND Experiment part ...

                                               

Samizdat (disambiguation)

Samizdat is the clandestine copying and distribution of government-suppressed literature or other media in Soviet-bloc countries. Samizdat may also refer to: Samisdat zine, a 1960s United States zine Samizdat B92, a Serbian publishing house, part ...

                                               

Round Table (disambiguation)

The Round Table is the legendary gathering place of King Arthurs knights in the Arthurian legend. Round Table or roundtable may also refer to: Round table discussion, an assembly for discussion of a particular topic among participants, especially ...

                                               

CART

CART may refer to: Chimeric antigen receptor T cells. Classification and regression tree, a type of decision tree learning, used in machine learning, data mining and predictive analytics Certified Anger Resolution Therapist, a certification for p ...

                                               

East London (disambiguation)

East London may refer to: In areas of London, UK: The East End of London, a traditional designation of the area east of the medieval walled City of London East London sub region, a sub region of London defined in the London Plan E postcode area, ...

                                               

African Urban Institute

African Urban Institute is a think tank that researches on urban development in Africa. It conducts research in urban development with three thematic areas: sustainable cities, prosperous cities and inclusive cities. Its focus areas include, urba ...

                                               

309th

309th may refer to: 309th Airlift Squadron, part of the 86th Airlift Wing at Chievres Air Base, Belgium 309th Rifle Division Soviet Union, formed for the first time as a standard Red Army rifle division shortly after the German invasion 309th Fig ...

                                               

TOZ

TOZ Penkala, a company from Zagreb, Croatia Association for Joint Cultivation of Land or TOZ, a form of agricultural cooperative in early Soviet Union 1918–1938 Towarzystwo Opieki nad Zwierzetami w Polsce, Association of the Protection of Animals ...

                                               

VSS

Voluntary Sports Societies of the Soviet Union FC VSS Kosice, a Slovak football club Vegetarian Society Singapore Vaughan Secondary School, in Thornhill, Ontario Vernon Secondary School, a high school in Vernon, B.C. Veronis Suhler Stevenson, a p ...

                                               

Kronos

Kronos band, a death metal band from France Kronos comics, a fictional character in the Marvel Universe Kronos Quartet, a string quartet founded by violinist David Harrington in 1973

                                               

APM

Attached Pressurized Module, the former name of the Columbus module of the International Space Station Automated people mover, a driverless train often used in large airports ArduPilotMega APM, an open source unmanned aerial vehicle UAV platform ...

                                               

ESP

Effective Sensory Projection, a term used in the Silva method European Skeptics Podcast TheESP, a weekly podcast representing several European skeptic organisations in Europe Extra-solar planet, a planet located outside the Solar System Eastern S ...

                                               

ALSA

ALSA or alsa can refer to: Alsa, a brand of baking and dessert mixes in France Advanced Linux Sound Architecture, a Linux kernel component ALSA bus company, a bus company based in Spain ALS Association, an American non-profit organization dealing ...

                                               

Internationalist

Internationalist may refer to: League for the Fourth International, a Trotskyist international organisation whose most noteworthy section is the Internationalist Group in the United States Liberal internationalism, a doctrine in international rel ...

                                               

Decima

Decima can refer to: The Latinized name of Dejima island off the Japanese coast, where a Dutch trading establishment was located SB Decima, a Thames barge built in 1899 Decima Research, a Canadian polling company The Decimas, a race of fictional ...

                                               

PEF

PEF, PeF, or Pef may stand for the following abbreviations: PEF Private University of Management Vienna Preferred Executable Format Perpetual Education Fund Punjab Education Foundation, a governmental education body in the Punjab, Pakistan Public ...

                                               

Org

Oxford Research Group, a UK-based charity which promotes a more sustainable approach to security Open Rights Group, a UK-based organization that works to preserve digital rights Organization or organisation, a social entity that has a collective ...

                                               

Wil (disambiguation)

Wil, a city in the canton of St. Gallen Wil, Aargau, a village in the canton of Aargau Wil, Zurich, a municipality in the canton of Zurich Wil Wahlkreis, a district which contains the city Wil, Nidwalden, a settlement in the canton of Nidwalden

                                               

WTI

WTI may refer to: West Texas Intermediate, a crude oil used as a pricing benchmark Witness to Innocence, campaign to abolish the death penalty in the United States World Trade Institute, University of Bern, Switzerland - advanced study of interna ...

                                               

RSB

The initialism RSB may refer to: Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels, a standard-setting and certification body for mitigating the social and environmental impacts of global biofuel production Rajapur Saraswat Brahmins, an Indian - Hindu social co ...

                                               

SSF

single-stock futures semi-solid forming, a casting method utilizing metal that is 50% liquid small shelly fauna, enigmatic early fossils soft science fiction separate segregated funds, a type of committee for political contributions recognized by ...

                                               

Monnet

Monnet may refer to: Surname: Franck Monnet born 1967, French Singer-songwriter Thibaut Monnet born 1982, Swiss professional ice hockey right wing Claude Monnet a French DJ Jean Monnet 1888–1979, regarded by many as a chief architect of European ...

                                               

STAC

STAC may refer to: Supersonic Transport Aircraft Committee Student Television Arts Company Special Transit Advisory Commission, a commission that founded the Triangle Transit transport service in North Carolina, United States Southern Theatre Art ...

                                               

Shevchenko (disambiguation)

Shevchenko is primarily referred to the Ukrainian surname Shevchenko. Also often in honor of the Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko it may refer to the following. Places Sevcenco, a village in Mocra Commune, Transnistria, Moldova Fort-Shevchenko, a ...

                                               

TFF

Telluride Film Festival, an annual film festival in Telluride, Colorado, USA Tribeca film festival, an annual event in New York City, USA Taipei Film Festival, an annual film festival in Taipei, Taiwan Torino Film Festival, international film fes ...

                                               

Envy (disambiguation)

"Envy" song, a song by Ash "Envy", a song appearing on Lunch. Drunk. Love. by Bowling For Soup "Envy" movie theme song, a movie theme by Dan Navarro, from the 2004 film Envy

                                               

Black Tiger

A black tiger is a melanistic or pseudo-melanistic tiger. Black Tiger may also refer to: Northern Black Tiger Kung Fu, a Chinese martial art Black Tiger rapper, a Swiss musician Black Tiger video game, an arcade game developed by the Japanese com ...

                                               

Sich (disambiguation)

Sports Society Sich, a Ukrainian sports volunteer organization of firefighters est. 1902 Sich Riflemen, one of the regular military units of the Army of the Ukrainian Peoples Republic, created out of the Russian-detained Austrian soldiers Ukraini ...

                                               

ASTC

ASTC may refer to: Arab Satellite Television Charter, calling for regulation of satellite television broadcasting in Arab countries. American Society of Theatre Consultants, a professional organization whose main goal is to apprise owners, contra ...

                                               

Business (disambiguation)

Business is the activity of making ones living or making money by producing or buying-and-selling goods or services. Business may also refer to: Business EP, an EP by Jet Lag Gemini business class on airlines Business newspaper, a weekly business ...

                                               

UCCA

UCCA may stand for: Universal Conceptual Cognitive Annotation, a semantic annotation framework for natural language text Universities Central Council on Admissions, which handled applications to UK universities between 1961 and 1993 Ukrainian Con ...

                                               

Common Cause (disambiguation)

Common Cause is a watchdog group based in Washington, D.C. Common Cause may also refer to: Spilna Sprava English: Common Cause, a Ukrainian radical opposition group Common cause and special cause statistics, a concept in statistics Common Cause, ...