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ChroPath

ChroPath is a browser extension for development of web applications. ChroPath generates all possible selectors like xpath and cssSelector including DOMSelector etc. just in one click. ChroPath can also be used as Editor for xpath and cssSelector. ...

                                               

Blending

Blending may refer to: Blending linguistics, the process of forming a word from two or more letters that represent the sounds of a word Blending music, a technique used in instrument playing Travel blending, a technique, developed in Australia, f ...

                                               

The Beast (2019 film)

The Beast is a 2019 South Korean crime thriller film directed by Lee Jung-ho, starring Lee Sung-min, Yoo Jae-Myung, Jeon Hye-jin, and Choi Daniel. The story is about conflicts of two detective in solving a brutal murder case. The film is a remake ...

                                               

RCA video

RCA video may refer to any video standards using RCA connectors. S-Video, some renditions of this standard utilize 2 RCA ports luma and chroma, of which are only "half" of composite video with provisions for less crosstalk. Component video, uses ...

                                               

School of Languages (National University of Comahue)

The School of Languages is one of the 17 schools that constitute the National University of Comahue. It is located in General Roca, province of Rio Negro. It has got 800 students, but with the Department of Foreign Languages for Specific Purposes ...

                                               

Urdu Academy

Urdu Academy is the term used for various state academies, institutes & agencies set up by the respective governments for the promoting, preserving and developing Urdu language and the traditions & culture associated it.

                                               

System Center Orchestrator

Microsoft System Center Orchestrator is an automation software tool that allows to automate the monitoring and deployment of data center resources, for example it is capable of deploying automatically new Operating Systems or can forward alerts p ...

                                               

DOS 1

DOS 1 or DOS-1 may refer to: The Soviet space station Salyut 1, also called DOS-1 It may also refer to versions of Seattle Computer Products 86-DOS the predecessor to MS-DOS and PC DOS: 86-DOS 1.00, SCP OEM released version on 28 April 1981, lice ...

                                               

Oracle 10g

As of the Oracle Database 10g release, Oracle Corporation seems to have started to make an effort to standardize all current versions of its major products using the "10g" label. Major products include: Oracle Applications Release 11i aka Oracle ...

                                               

POLARDB

PolarDB is a cloud-native database developed by Alibaba Cloud, which was originally developed for meeting the needs of Alibaba’s online shopping platform. It includes all services provided by a traditional relational database and is compatible wi ...

                                               

SMON

SMON may stand for: Subacute myelo-optic neuropathy, an epidemic in Japan caused by clioquinol SMon abbrev. for "system monitor", a ROM/FLASH-based monitor used on many singleboard computers, such as the Synergy Microsystems PowerPC-based VGM ser ...

                                               

Xose Manoel Nuñez Seixas

Born in Ourense, Galicia, in 1966, he studied at the University of Santiago de Compostela USC and in Dijon. He earned a PhD in contemporary history from the European University Institute EUI in 1992, reading a dissertation titled El problema de l ...

                                               

MSC Adams

MSC ADAMS is a multibody dynamics simulation software system. It is currenty owned by MSC Software Corporation. The simulation software solver runs mainly on Fortran and more recently C++ as well. According to the publisher, Adams is the most wid ...

                                               

Capsicum (Unix)

Capsicum is an implementation of capability-based security for UNIX and similar systems. Presented at USENIX 2010, the system is part of FreeBSD since its 9.0 release. It has also been adapted to Linux and DragonflyBSD in the form of kernel patch ...

                                               

VDR

VDR may refer to: Voyage Data Recorder, an electronic device on ships that records navigational status for later accident investigation a type of black box Video Disk Recorder, also known as Linux VDR, a software to record and store digital video ...

                                               

Chiclet

Chicklet or Chiclet can refer to: Slang for cocaine, derived from the white color of the drug Slang for teeth, evoked by the plain white color and rounded rectangular shape of the candy Chiclets, a brand of candy, a chewing gum, which includes ch ...

                                               

XAP

XAP might refer to: XAP file format, container format for mobile apps and Silverlight web apps xAP Home Automation protocol XAP, The IATA airport code for Chapeco Airport Apache XAP, eXtensible Ajax Platform, a software product presently under de ...

                                               

Terminal Railroad

Terminal Railroad or Terminal Railway may refer to: Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis Terminal Railroad Chicago, predecessor of the Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Terminal Railway Oregon, predecessor of the Southern Pacific Company Termina ...

                                               

Terminal Station

Terminal Station may refer to: terminals of train stations Specific places Ferry Terminal Station, in Suminoe-ku, Osaka, Japan Terminal Station Macon, Georgia, built in 1916 and located in the Macon Historic District Terminal Station Hutchinson, ...

                                               

Terminal Building

Terminal Building may refer to: in the United States by state then city Terminal Building, Old, Hangar and Powerhouse at Key Field, Meridian, Mississippi, listed on the NRHP in Lauderdale County Terminal Building Coffeyville, Kansas, listed on th ...

                                               

Hitman 3

Hitman 3 is an upcoming stealth game developed and published by IO Interactive. The game will be the eighth main installment in the Hitman series and the third and final installment in the World of Assassination trilogy, following Hitman and Hitm ...

                                               

Trover Saves the Universe

Trover Saves the Universe is a 2019 action platform game developed by Squanch Games and published by Gearbox Publishing for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Oculus Quest. Envisioned as a comedy game, the title featu ...

                                               

Cusp

Cusp neighborhood, a set of points near a cusp Cusp form, in modular form theory Cusp singularity, a singular point of a curve Cusp catastrophe, a branch of bifurcation theory in the study of dynamical systems Cuspidal representation, a generaliz ...

                                               

Provisioning (disambiguation)

Provisioning may refer to: Provisioning of USS Constitution Provisioning cruise ship, supplying a vessel for an extended voyage User provisioning, using user provisioning software Provisioning telecommunications is the equipping of a telecommunic ...

                                               

DPE

Dis Politika Enstitusu, Turkish think tank Department for Professional Employees, AFL-CIO Department of Public Enterprises, South African government ministry

                                               

Template

Stencil, a pattern or overlay used in graphic arts and sewing to replicate letters, shapes or designs Die manufacturing, used to cut or shape material Mold, in a molding process

                                               

OS 10

Mac OS X 10.0, the initial release of Mac OS X in 2001, succeeding Mac OS System 9 macOS Yosemite OS X 10.10, the 11th major version of Mac OS X in 2014 Mac OS X, the Apple Macintosh operating system succeeding Classic Mac OS iOS 10, the 10th maj ...

                                               

Windows Cyrillic + French

Windows Cyrillic + French is a modification of Windows-1251 that was used by Paratype to cover languages that use the Cyrillic script such as Russian and Bulgarian on a French language keyboard. This encoding was also used by Gamma Unitype. This ...

                                               

VCL

Voluntary collective licensing, an alternative approach to solve the problem of software piracy Varnish Configuration Language, a domain-specific language used for configuring the Varnish Proxy / Server Video Coding Layer, a layer in H.264/AVC an ...

                                               

Adolf Muller senior

Adolf Muller senior was an Austrian composer. After an early career as an actor and singer, he composed operettas for theatres in Vienna.

                                               

Pawon Ramesh

Pawon Ramesh is an Indian actor who works in Telugu-language stage plays and films. He appeared in various short films, theatre plays, web series and film, He has also won the Best Actor award at Meraki Film Festival for Arcotia. Before his break ...

                                               

Lily Cowles

Cowles was born in 1987 and raised in rural Connecticut, the daughter of actress Christine Baranski and playwright Matthew Cowles. Cowles has an older sister, an attorney named Isabel. Cowles earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in religious studies ...

                                               

Headland (disambiguation)

A headland is a point of land, usually high and often with a sheer drop, that extends out into a body of water. Headland can also refer to: headLand, an Australian television series Headlands and bays Headland agriculture, the area at each end of ...

                                               

Medical Arts Building

Medical Arts Building may refer to: in Canada Medical Arts Building Winnipeg Medical Arts Building Montreal Medical Arts Building Saskatoon Medical Arts Building Toronto in the United States by state then city/town Medical Arts Building Hot Sprin ...

                                               

WCI

WCI Communities, a subsidiary of the home construction company Lennar Corporation Western Climate Initiative, a non-profit corporation that administers emissions trading markets in North America White Sewing Machine Company, an appliance company ...

                                               

Agnew

Spiro Agnew 1918–1996, Vice President of the United States Clan Agnew, a Scottish lowland clan Agnew baronets, a title in Scotland and England Agnew surname

                                               

First Interstate Center (disambiguation)

First Interstate Center may refer to: First Interstate Center, in Billings, Montana, United States, operated by the First Interstate BancSystem First Interstate Center for the Arts, a theatre in Spokane, Washington First Interstate Center Missoul ...

                                               

UFC on ESPN: Poirier vs. Hooker

UFC on ESPN: Poirier vs. Hooker was a mixed martial arts event produced by the Ultimate Fighting Championship that took place on June 27, 2020 at the UFC APEX facility in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.

                                               

NCSA

NCSA may refer to: National Center for Supercomputing Applications NCSA log formats, different server log formats developed for aforementioned web server NCSA HTTPd, an early web server developed at this center Next College Student Athlete Nation ...

                                               

PPAC

The acronym PPAC may refer to: People With Parkinsons Advisory Council, a committee of people with Parkinsons Disease Patent Protection Association of China, a Chinese intellectual property rights organization Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center, ...

                                               

Dylan Perceval-Maxwell

Dylan Perceval-Maxwell is a Canadian environmentalist, businessman and politician from Montreal, Quebec who has stood for the Green Party of Canada as the candidate for Laurier - Sainte-Marie in 1997, 2000, 2004, 2006, and 2008. He was also the c ...

                                               

Rebecca Scroggs

Rebecca Scroggs is an English actress from London, England. Scroggs was a drama student at the University of Sussex during 2002, where she obtained a degree in European Drama. Furthering her acting education, Scroggs was one of 32 students select ...

                                               

List of aviation shootdowns and accidents during the Libyan Civil War (2011)

This list of aviation shootdowns and accidents during the Libya Civil War includes shotdowns, accidents and incidents with Libyan aircraft and NATO aircraft. 17 March 2011 – a Free Libyan Air Force MiG-21UM suffered a technical fault and crashed ...

                                               

Maffet Ledger

The Maffet Ledger is a late 19th-century compilation of Cheyenne artwork. The ledger was compiled by newspaper owner George Maffet, and contains 105 drawings. The ledger is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

                                               

Cloaca (disambiguation)

Cloaca is an anatomical feature of some animals. It may also refer to: Persistent cloaca, a congenital disorder in humans Cloaca genus, a synonym for Enterobacter, a bacterial genus Cloaca embryology, a structure in mammalian development In build ...

                                               

Rabby Bray

Ewurabena Braye popularly known as Rabby Bray is a Ghanaian entertainer, actress, movie producer, philanthropist, and an international real estate property consultant. She has been ranked among the few most prolific film actress and producers in ...

                                               

Staged

Staged is a six-part British television comedy series, set during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown and filmed using video-conferencing technology. The series premiered on 10 June 2020 on BBC One.

                                               

Suntali

Suntali is a 2014 Nepali black-comedy film, directed by Bhaskar Dhungana. The film is produced by Bhaskar Dhungana, Jaya Shah, and Prachanda Shrestha under the banner of Blue Poppy Films. It stars Priyanka Karki, Karma Shakya, Sushma Karki, Bipin ...

                                               

Traveling While Black

Traveling While Black is a Canadian-American coproduced virtual reality documentary film project, directed by Roger Ross Williams and released in 2019. An examination of racism in the United States, the film is an immersive experience which place ...

                                               

The Distant Barking of Dogs

The Distant Barking of Dogs is a 2017 documentary film produced by Monica Hellstrom, and directed by Simon Lereng Wilmont. The film, set in Hnutove near Mariupol, follows the life of 10-year-old Ukrainian boy Oleg throughout a year during the War ...