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Can do

Can do is a motto of the U.S. Navy Naval Construction Battalions, popularly known as the Seabees. Since March 5 1942, the Seabees have provided numerous construction work and services, in Navy facilities and operations around the world. Their off ...

                                               

Rune Naito

Rune Naito was the pen name of Japanese artist, illustrator, writer, and designer Isao Naito. His illustrations of "large-headed" baby-faced girls, first drawn for Japanese magazines in the mid-1950s, are credited with pioneering the contemporary ...

                                               

Amalie Rothschild

Amalie Rothschild was an American artist who lived and worked within the art community of Baltimore, Maryland. An accomplished painter and sculptor, she was also an art teacher, philanthropist, patron, and cultural advocate. Over the course of a ...

                                               

Irmelin

Irmelin is an opera in three acts with music by Frederick Delius. Composed between 1890 and 1892, it was the first opera which he finished but had to wait until 1953 for its stage premiere. The libretto was by the composer, and weaves together tw ...

                                               

Bassanio

Bassanio is a fictional character in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice. He is a Venetian gentleman who wasted all of his money in order to be seen as a respectable man. To regain his fortune, he is determined to marry Portia, a wealthy, intell ...

                                               

List of Fresh Off the Boat characters

The following is a list of cast members and characters that are central to the ABC sitcom Fresh Off the Boat. The series ran from February 4, 2015 through February 21, 2020, spanning six seasons. The series first season takes place sometime in 19 ...

                                               

Pict (disambiguation)

Pict or PICT may refer to: Pakistan International Container Terminal Pune Institute of Computer Technology Pict programming language, a statically typed programming language based on the π-calculus. Picts Conan, inhabitants of the Pictish Wildern ...

                                               

Gareth Jones

Gareth Jones may refer to: Gareth Jones actor 1925–1958, British actor Gareth Jones researcher, professor of information technology in Dublin Gareth P. Jones, British childrens author Gareth Jones academic, professor of urban geography Gareth Ste ...

                                               

Trace

Trace, a fictional character in the game Metroid Prime Hunters Trace novel, a novel by Patricia Cornwell Trace, another name for Portgas D. Ace, a fictional character in the manga One Piece Trace magazine, British hip-hop magazine Trace manhwa, a ...

                                               

NED

Ned, the title character of Neds Declassified School Survival Guide, a Nickelodeon sitcom N.E.D., a rock band composed of medical doctors Neds film, a 2010 British film Ned, the title character of Neds Newt, a 1990s Nelvana/Teletoon animated seri ...

                                               

IA

"Ia", a fictional word in the works of H. P. Lovecraft International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees IATSE, which also goes by IA International Artists, a record label Ia, an 1892 novelette by Arthur Quiller-Couch

                                               

Pascal

Pascal given name Saint Pascal, Paschal Baylon Blaise Pascal 1623–1662, French mathematician and philosopher Pascal surname, including a list of people with the name

                                               

Ingram

Ingram, California, community in Mendocino County, California, USA Ingram, Texas, city in Kerr County, Texas, USA Ingram, Northumberland, England Ingram Park Mall, a mall in Texas, USA Ingram, Wisconsin, village in Rusk County, Wisconsin, USA Ing ...

                                               

Aegis (disambiguation)

Aegis Group, a British company that performs media research, planning and buying Aegis Global Academy, an MBA educational institution operated by Aegis Limited Aegis Limited BPO, a business process outsourcing corporation founded in the US, now c ...

                                               

Data (disambiguation)

Data Euclid, a book by Euclid Data Star Trek, a fictional android in the Star Trek universe Richard "Data" Wang The Goonies,

                                               

Draconian

Draconian is an adjective meaning great severity, that derives from Draco, an Athenian law scribe under whom small offenses had heavy punishments. Draconian may also refer to: Draconian, a race from Age of Wonders: Shadow Magic The Draconian, sch ...

                                               

Stanislav

Stanislas singer Louis Stanislas Renoult, French singer Stanislav given name, a Slavic given name with many spelling variations Saint Stanislaus disambiguation Stanislav of Lesnovo, a Serbian monk-scribe who lived in the 1300s

                                               

Safoora Zargar

Safoora Zargar is an Indian student, activist, and student leader from Kishtwar, Jammu and Kashmir. She is M.Phill student of the Jamia Millia Islamia University and the member of the Jamia Coordination Committee. Safoora Zargar is a scholar of J ...

                                               

Yasaman Aryani

In August 2018, Aryani was arrested at a protest in Tehran with other activists, while assisting an old woman the police knocked to the ground. Charged with "disrupting public order", Aryani was sentenced to a year in Evin Prison. According to th ...

                                               

Anthony Wright

Tony Wright Vanuatu born 1960, Member of the Cabinet of Vanuatu for Youth and Sports Anthony Wright field hockey born 1984, Canadian field hockey player, 2008 Olympian Tony Wright cricketer born 1962, English cricketer who captained Gloucestershi ...

                                               

Barbara McGrady

Barbara McGrady was born in Mungindi, New South Wales. McGrady is a Gamilaraay woman, who started taking photos of her family and surroundings as a teenager with a camera her mother bought her. Her fascination with photo journalism was sparked by ...

                                               

Ooyala

Ooyala is a privately owned company focusing on video content workflow management systems. It began in 2007 as a venture-backed, privately held company founded by brothers Bismarck Lepe and Belsasar Lepe, and their colleague and friend from Googl ...

                                               

Fish and Chip Brigade

The Fish and Chip Brigade was a humorous name given to four leading members of the New Zealand Labour Party who became senior members in the Fourth Labour Government. The politicians in the brigade were future Prime Ministers David Lange and Mike ...

                                               

Render

Scanline rendering, algorithm for visible surface determination Rendering computer graphics, generating an image from a model by means of computer programs Artistic rendering, creating, shading, and texturing of an image Architectural rendering, ...

                                               

Marquess of Oquendo

Marquess of Oquendo is a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain, granted in 1889 by Queen Maria Cristina in the name of his son Alfonso XIII to Jose Maria Narvaez, 2nd Duke of Valencia and the nephew of Ramon Maria Narvaez, 1st Duke of Valencia ...

                                               

Graven image

Graven image or graven images may refer to: Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, one of the Ten Commandments Idolatry, a pejorative term for the worship of an idol

                                               

Dogger

Dogger may refer to: Dogger Bank, a large shallow area in the North Sea between Britain and Denmark Dogger, a sea area in the North Sea, noted in shipping forecasts Dogger boat, a type of ketch rigged fishing boat working the Dogger Bank in the s ...

                                               

Clint Hocking

Clint Hocking is a Canadian video game director and designer. He has primarily worked at the Canadian divisions of Ubisoft, where he developed three titles, and briefly worked at LucasArts, Valve, and Amazon Game Studios. Hocking started his care ...

                                               

Herd (disambiguation)

Bachelor herd, gatherings of juvenile male animals who are still sexually immature Herding dog, dog that either has been trained in herding or that is a member of a breed developed for herding Herding, the act of bringing individual animals toget ...

                                               

Live cattle

Live cattle is a type of futures contract that can be used to hedge and to speculate on US Cattle prices. Cattle producers, feedlot operators, and merchant exporters can hedge future selling prices for cattle through trading live cattle futures, ...

                                               

Polyclitus

Polykleitos is a Greek male forename. It is also transliterated Polycleitus ; and due to iotacism in the transition from Ancient to Modern Greek, Polyklitos or Polyclitus. Polykleitos and its variants can refer to:

                                               

Ewa

Ethiopia Ewa woreda Nauru Ewa District, Nauru United States Ewa District, Hawaii, an ancient Hawaiian district of Oahu Ewa Beach, Hawaii, a census-designated place Eastern Washington, the portion of the state of Washington east of the Cascade Range

                                               

Mizo craft

Mizo craft reffers to as Mizoram handicrafts, is a traditional art and techniques of the inhabitants of Mizoram state, prominently known as the "Songbird of the North east". Its people are collectively known as Mizo. Mizo craftsmanship exists sin ...

                                               

Aktam ancient settlement

The primary descriptions of the existence of the ruins of ancient cities on the southern shore of lake Balkhash date back to the end of the XIX century. In 1884, the Notes of the West Siberian Department of the Russian geographical society publis ...

                                               

Silvåkra Church

Silvåkra Church is a medieval church in Silvåkra, Lund Municipality, Scania, Sweden. The church is decorated with church murals from both the 12th and the 16th centuries, and still has some medieval furnishings.

                                               

San Matteo con Cortile, Verona

San Matteo con Cortile is a former Roman Catholic church in the historic centre of Verona, Italy dedicated to Matthew the Apostle. It was constructed in the medieval period on the site of a Roman temple of Janus. The building was deconsecrated in ...

                                               

Road master

The road master was a middle- to high-ranking urban official common across the central and northern regions of Italy between c. 1250-1550, that is the communal and despotic era. Often part of the podestà’s or capitano del popolo’s entourage, the ...

                                               

Widow maker

Widowmaker forestry, any loose overhead debris such as limbs or tree tops that may fall at any time Widow maker medicine, a nickname used to describe a highly stenotic left main coronary artery or proximal left anterior descending LAD coronary ar ...

                                               

Deterioration modeling

Deterioration modeling is the process of modeling and predicting the physical conditions of structures or infrastructure. The condition of infrastructure is represented either using a deterministic index or the probability of failure. Examples of ...

                                               

Fratelli Patricola

Fratelli Patricola is an Italian company producing oboes and clarinets since 1976, based in Castelnuovo Scrivia, province of Alessandria.

                                               

4W

4W or 4-W may refer to: Units of measurement 4 wins, abbreviated in a Win–loss record pitching 4 weeks 4°W, or 4th meridian west, a longitude coordinate 4 watts Transportation SLC-4W, designation for one of two launch pads at Vandenberg Air Force ...

                                               

Maker Battery

Maker Battery is a former 19th-century coastal artillery battery, built to strengthen the defence of the Royal Naval Dockyard at Devonport. The battery was proposed in 1885 on the recommendations of the Stanhope Committee report and completed in ...

                                               

Frank Roberts

Frank Roberts may refer to: Frank Leon Roberts born 1982, American activist, writer and college professor Frank Roberts diplomat 1907–1998, British diplomat Frank Crowther Roberts 1891–1982, English recipient of the Victoria Cross Frank Roberts A ...

                                               

John Tanner

John Tanner may refer to: John Tanner captive 1780–1846, child kidnapped by Indians, author of book about it John Tanner ice hockey born 1971, retired ice hockey player John Tanner MP, MP for Malmesbury John Tanner footballer 1921–1987, English f ...

                                               

Tanner House

by state, then city William A. Tanner House, Aurora, Illinois, NRHP-listed and in use as the Aurora Historical Museum O.H.P. Tanner House, La Crosse, Virginia, NRHP-listed John Tanner House, Petersburg, Kentucky, NRHP-listed Jake Tanner House, Be ...

                                               

Visual Effects Society Award for Outstanding Model in a Photoreal or Animated Project

The Visual Effects Society Award for Outstanding Model in a Photoreal or Animated Project is one of the annual awards given by the Visual Effects Society. The award goes to artists whose work in models, miniatures, have been deemed worthy of reco ...

                                               

NAA

Naa Govindasamy 1946–1999, Singaporean Tamil-language writer and computer font developer Naa Klordey Odonkor born 1982, Ghanaian female entrepreneur, TV and radio presenter Naa Someswara, well-known Indian writer of medicine and editor in Kannada ...

                                               

James Christie

James Christie may refer to: James Christie the Younger 1773–1833, auctioneer and antiquary, son of the founder of Christies James Christie British politician 1873–1958, British Conservative Party Member of Parliament 1929–1945 James Christie auc ...

                                               

Colonel (disambiguation)

Colonel title, is conferred as an honorary award of merit by some states in the United States of America and certain units of the Canadian Armed Forces Colonel-in-chief, an honorary title of British and Commonwealth Regiments, often bestowed on m ...

                                               

Thomas Davidson

Thomas Davidson may refer to: Thomas Whitfield Davidson 1876–1974, U.S. federal judge Thomas Davidson palaeontologist 1817–1885, Scottish palaeontologist Tommy Davidson footballer 1873–1949, Scottish footballer Thomas Davidson naval architect 182 ...