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CL

Cathodoluminescence, an optical and electrical phenomenon Corpus luteum, a temporary endocrine structure in female mammals Clay Unified Soil Classification System, a type of soil cl elliptic function, cosine lemniscate function Lift coefficient C ...

                                               

MSO

Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, of Natick, Massachusetts, USA Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Madison Symphony Orchestra, of Madison, Wisconsin, USA Montreal Symphony Orchestra, of Montreal, Quebec, Canada Milwauk ...

                                               

Instantiation

Existential fallacy, also called existential instantiation A substitution instance, a formula of mathematical logic that can be produced by substituting certain strings of symbols for others in formulae The instantiation principle, the idea that ...

                                               

SDL

Services Description Language, a Microsoft fore-runner to Web Services Description Language Specification and Description Language, specified by ITU Scene Description Language, used by POV-Ray Security Development Lifecycle, by Microsoft Simple D ...

                                               

CLB

CLB may refer to: Camille Leblanc-Bazinet born 1988, a Canadian professional CrossFit Games athlete China Labour Bulletin, a non-governmental organization that promotes and defends workers’ rights in the People’s Republic of China Configurable Lo ...

                                               

MLQ

MLQ may refer to: Mouvement de liberation du Quebec, a 1960s organization associated with the Front de liberation du Quebec Major League Quidditch, a quidditch league based in the United States and Canada MLQ, the station code for Malkera Junctio ...

                                               

CML

Configuration Menu Language, a language and system for compiling the Linux kernel Coupled Map Lattices, an extended method of cellular automaton Concurrent Mapping and Localization, a technique for building and utilizing maps by autonomous robots ...

                                               

LFS

Lundy Field Society, a charity supporting the study and conservation of history, natural history and archaeology on the island of Lundy. Lincoln Financial Sports, a sports production company. Lutheran Family Services of Virginia, a non-profit hum ...

                                               

LPA

Pioneer school of Ariana Tunisia Libertarian Party of Alabama, USA Little People of America Logic Programming Associates Lexicographic Plaidens of Anarky Argentine Patriotic League Liga Patriotica Argentina London Psychogeographical Association L ...

                                               

JSL

JSL may refer to: JSL S.A., a Brazilian logistic company Japanese: The Spoken Language, a Japanese textbook JSL romanization, the romanization system used in the text Le Journal de Saone-et-Loire, a French daily newspaper Journal of Symbolic Logi ...

                                               

CLG

Colonel Light Gardens; a suburb in Adelaide, South Australia. Colgong railway station rail station code: CLG in Kahalgaon, Bhagalpur, Bihar, India New Coalinga Municipal Airport IATA airport code: CLG in Fresno County, California, USA

                                               

Roland Tomb

Roland Tomb is a Lebanese-French author, bioethicist and dermatologist born in 1958 in Beirut, Lebanon. He has been holding office as the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at Beiruts Saint Joseph University since 2011. He is the chairperson of the ...

                                               

Salgo v. Leland Stanford Jr. University Board of Trustees

Salgo v. Leland Stanford Jr. University Board of Trustees was a 1957 court case that helped to establish what the practice of informed consent was supposed to look like in the practice of modern medicine. This was evaluated with respect to the Ca ...

                                               

Hypostasis

Hypostatic, hypostasis, or hypostatization may refer to: Hypostasis philosophy and religion, the essence or underlying reality Sediment in a liquid, including Hypostatic union, Christian concept Sediment#Dregs Hypostatic gene, as a result of epis ...

                                               

Africana

Philosophia Africana, a peer-reviewed academic journal of Africana philosophy established in 1998 Encyclopedia Africana 1999, a compendium of Africana studies Polyglotta Africana, an 1854 study comparing 156 African languages

                                               

Temporal

Temporal scales, on the sides of the head of reptiles Temporal bone, a part of the skull Temporal, an alternative for lateral Anatomical terms of location#Medial and lateral in the head; towards the Temporal bone Temporal muscle, one of the muscl ...

                                               

5C

5C or 5c may refer to: The consortium of the five Claremont Colleges Chromosome Conformation Capture Carbon Copy, or 5C, an extension of the Chromosome conformation capture 3C method used in genomics CAL Cargo Air Lines IATA code 5-C Five County, ...

                                               

Fault line (disambiguation)

Fault Line, a 2009 thriller by Barry Eisler Fault Lines, a 2015 book by David Pryce-Jones Faultlines Megalogenis book, a 2003 book by George Megalogenis Faultlines: Cultural Materialism and the Politics of Dissident Reading, a 1992 book by Alan S ...

                                               

Kay Gabriel

Kay Gabriel is an essayist and poet. She is a published author and a scholar of classics and modernism. Her work has appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, Social Text, The Recluse and The Believer. She lives and works in New York.

                                               

Master Lu

Master Lu may refer to: Lu Sheng-yen born 1945, commonly referred to by followers as Grand Master Lu 師尊 is the founder and spiritual leader of the True Buddha School, a new Buddhist sect with teachings taken from Sutrayana and Vajrayana Tantric ...

                                               

Animal liberation

Animal liberation may refer to: Animal rights, animals being considered as legal persons Abolitionism animal rights, an abolitionist approach to animal rights Anarchism and animal rights Veganarchism, a combined theory of animal liberation and an ...

                                               

Jiva (disambiguation)

Jiva is the immortal essence of a living organism in Hinduism and Jainism. Jiva, Jīva, or Jiwa may also refer to: Jīva, a Sanskrit trigonometric term also known as jyā ; see Jyā, koti-jyā and utkrama-jyā Jīva Jainism, the soul substance in Jainism

                                               

Unification (physics)

Unification of the observable fundamental phenomena of nature is one of the primary goals of physics. The "first great unification" was Isaac Newtons 17th century unification of gravity, which brought together the understandings of the observable ...

                                               

22 Chaser

22-Chaser is a 2018 Canadian thriller drama film directed by Rafal Sokolowski, written by Jeremy Boxen, and starring Brian J. Smith, Raoul Trujillo, Aaron Ashmore, Kaniehtiio Horn, and John Kapelos. The story centers on a tow truck driver who has ...

                                               

Regionalism

Regionalism may refer to: Regionalism art, an American realist modern art movement that was popular during the 1930s Regionalism politics, a political ideology that focuses on the interests of a particular region or group of regions, whether trad ...

                                               

Assimilation

Cultural assimilation of Native Americans in the United States Language shift, also known as language assimilation, the progressive process whereby a speech community of a language shifts to speaking another language Jewish assimilation refers to ...

                                               

Collection

Collection or Collections may refer to: Collection agency, agency to collect cash Collections management museum Collection artwork, objects in a particular field forms the core basis for the museum Cash collection, the function of an accounts rec ...

                                               

Braid (disambiguation)

Braid Burn Braid Station, a Vancouver SkyTrain station Hermitage of Braid Braid, a civil parish in County Antrim, Northern Ireland Braid Hills Braid in Edinburgh

                                               

Conceptual

Conceptual attrition, an idea of Beverley Skeggs Conceptual proliferation Paradigm Conceptual scheme Conceptual necessity Philosophical analysis Conceptual analysis Concept Theoretical definition Conceptual definition Abstract and concrete Concep ...

                                               

Voluntarism

Voluntarism may refer to: Voluntarism action, any action based on non-coercion Voluntarism philosophy, a perspective in metaphysics and the philosophy of mind that prioritizes the will over emotion or reason Doxastic voluntarism Voluntarism psych ...

                                               

Subtle realism

Subtle realism is a philosophical position within social science that, along with other forms of realism, stands opposed to various kinds of relativism and scepticism. The term was coined by Martyn Hammersley. Its central issue is the relationshi ...

                                               

Neoclassical

Neoclassical or neo-classical may refer to: in linguistics, a word that is a recent construction from New Latin based on older, classical elements Neoclassical sculpture, a sculptural style of the 18th and 19th centuries Neoclassicism or New Clas ...

                                               

Arcane (disambiguation)

Arcane is a synonym for esoteric. It refers to mysterious or secret philosophical and religious doctrines and traditions which may be understood by few. Arcane may also refer to:

                                               

Causal analysis

Causal analysis is the field of experimental design and statistics pertaining to establishing cause and effect. Typically it involves establishing four elements: correlation, sequence in time, a plausible physical or information-theoretical mecha ...

                                               

Jurg Stenzl

Born in Basel, Stenzl began his musical education in 1949, first took flute and violin lessons. From 1961 he studied oboe with Walter Huwyler and from 1963 to 1968 musicology, German literature and philosophy at the University of Bern with Arnold ...

                                               

Dana Amir

Dana Amir is a full professor at Haifa University, clinical psychologist, psychoanalyst, poetess and literature researcher.

                                               

Harry Byrd of Virginia

Harry Byrd of Virginia is a non-fiction book, published in 1996 by University Press of Virginia by Ronald L. Heinemann, concerning Harry F. Byrd. James R. Sweeney of Old Dominion University wrote that the author "portrays Byrd as an unrelenting n ...

                                               

Gojong sillok

The Gojong sillok is the annals of the Joseon Dynasty of Korea during the rule of Emperor Gojong. Written during the Japanese occupation of Korea, Gojong sillok is regarded as "unreliable documents" by Korean academics because of the influence of ...

                                               

Sunjong sillok

The Sunjong sillok is the annals of the Joseon Dynasty of Korea during the rule of Emperor Sunjong. Written during the Japanese occupation of Korea, Sunjong sillok is regarded as "unreliable documents" by Korean academics because of the influence ...

                                               

Eric Olson

Eric or Erik Olson or Olsen may refer to: Erik Olson 1901–1986, Swedish painter, surrealist Eric Christian Olsen born 1977, American actor Eric Olsen American football born 1988, National Football League player Eric N. Olson born 1955, biochemist ...

                                               

Rivka Weinberg

Rivka Weinberg is an American philosopher. She is a Professor of Philosophy at Scripps College. She specializes in bioethics, the ethics of procreation, and the metaphysics of birth, death, and existence.

                                               

Henry Clifford

Henry Clifford may refer to: Henry Clifford, 1st Earl of Cumberland 1493–1542 Henry Clifford opera by Isaac Albeniz, about him Henry Hugh Clifford 1826–1883, English recipient of the Victoria Cross Henry Clifford died 1577, MP for Salisbury and G ...

                                               

Taiyi

Taiyi Taoism, school of Taoism during the Jin dynasty Taiyi Zhenren, Daoist deity and folklore character Taiyi, a Chinese name and concept of God Taiyi Shengshui 太一生水, Taoist creation myth written about 300 BC Tàiyī Yuanjūn or Doumu, goddess ...

                                               

We Fight to Be Free

We Fight to Be Free is a 2006 short biographical film about George Washington directed by Kees Van Oostrum and starring Sebastian Roche, Caroline Goodall, Stephen Lang and Peter Woodward.

                                               

Songololo: Voices of Change

Songololo: Voices of Change is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Marianne Kaplan and released in 1990. An examination of South Africa in the earliest days of the transition from apartheid to democracy, the film explores the power of music ...

                                               

Mary Kitagawa

Mary Kitagawa is a Canadian educator. As a Japanese-Canadian growing up in British Columbia, her family was placed in various Japanese Internment Camps during World War II. After the war, she accepted a position in Kitsilano and was later awarded ...

                                               

Nii Kwabena Bonnie III

Nii Kwabena Bonnie III also known as Kwamla Theodore Taylor was a Ghanaian traditional ruler in Gold Coast, a British Colony in West Africa in 1947. He was a chief of Osu Alata Mantse and Oyokohene of Techiman.

                                               

Amanda Palmer & Friends Present Forty-Five Degrees: Bushfire Flash Record

Amanda Palmer & Friends Present Forty-Five Degrees: Bushfire Charity Flash Record is a collaborative studio album by American singer-songwriter Amanda Palmer along with Brian Viglione, Clare Bowditch, Fred Leone, Missy Higgins, Jherek Bischoff, a ...

                                               

Gladiators: Australia vs Russia

Gladiators: Australia vs Russia was the first and only Gladiators Challenge series between Australia and Russia. The flinging took place, late in 1995, at the conclusion of the Gladiators, but predominately featured contestants from the series 2. ...

                                               

Charities Act

Charities Act may refer to: Charities Act 2020 in the United States Charities Act 2009 in Ireland Charities Act 1979 in Barbados Recreational Charities Act 1958 in the United Kingdom Charities Act in Singapore Hospitals and Charities Act 1922 in ...