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Klauzal Square Market Hall, Budapest

The Klauzal Square Market Hall or Market Hall III is one of the great Budapest market halls built under the monarchy. VII. district located in Klauzal Square, built in 1897 III. Market Hall. Its designers were the architects of the Budapest engin ...

                                               

Hold Street Marketplace

The Hold Street Marketplace or Market Hall V, now officially known as Downtown Market, is one of the six great Budapest market halls built under the monarchy. The building between Moon Street and Vadasz Street in the 5th District was built betwee ...

                                               

Cite-centre

Part of the administrative sector of Geneve-Cite, the Cite-centre district is divided into four main parts: the upper town or Cite: located on the hill overlooking Geneva and dominated by the silhouette of Saint-Pierre cathedral Hollandes banking ...

                                               

4M

4M or 4-M may refer to: VF-4M, see VMA-211 LAN Argentina, an airline based in Buenos Aires, Argentina 4M Software applications for Engineers, see IDEA Architectural and FINE MEP J-4M, see Barnett J4B VB-4M, see VMFA-232 4M of manufacture industri ...

                                               

Pinwheel

Pinwheel may refer to: Pinwheel cryptography, a device for producing a short pseudo-random sequence of bits The Wartenberg wheel, a neurological medical device Elegant pinwheel snail Coenocharopa elegans, a land snail found in Queensland, Austral ...

                                               

GZ

GZ or gz may refer to: Gaza Strip FIPS PUB 10-4 territory code Air Rarotonga IATA airline designator Guangzhou, capital and largest city of Guangdong Province in southeastern China Guizhou, a province of China Guobiao abbreviation GZ .gz, the fil ...

                                               

Quadrature

Quadrature may refer to: In signal processing: Quadrature phase-shift keying QPSK, a phase-shift keying of using four quadrate points on the constellation diagram, equispaced around a circle Quadrature amplitude modulation QAM, a modulation metho ...

                                               

Nibiru

Nibiru may refer to: Nibiru Sociedad Astronomica Nibiru Astronomical Society, the astronomy group at the National Autonomous University of Mexico "Land of Nibiru", a song from Aminata Savadogos 2015 album Inner Voice Nibiru album, an album by Ozu ...

                                               

Sutherland (disambiguation)

Sutherland, Virginia Sutherland, Utah Sutherland, Missouri Sutherland, Wisconsin Sutherland, Iowa Sutherland, Nebraska

                                               

Bunin (crater)

Bunin is a crater on Mercury, located near the north pole. Its name was adopted by the International Astronomical Union in 2019. It is named for the Russian author Ivan Bunin. The crater was referred to as l7 in scientific literature prior to nam ...

                                               

SG1 (disambiguation)

SG1 commonly refers to Stargate SG-1, a television show. SG1 may also refer to: 1955 SG1, the asteroid 4300 Marg Edmondson 1992 SG1, the asteroid 7250 Kinoshita SG1 or SG/1, a version of the Heckler & Koch G3 rifle SG1, a minor planet notation in ...

                                               

Iris Vinton

Iris Vinton was a childrens author. She wrote several childrens historical stories, mostly based on fact. One of her books, Flying Ebony, was turned into The Walt Disney Company, production, the Mooncussers in 1962.

                                               

Tornadoes of 1950

This page documents the tornadoes and tornado outbreaks of 1950, primarily in the United States. Most tornadoes form in the U.S., although some events may take place internationally. This was the first year where tornadoes were documented by the ...

                                               

Corridor Plan for Perth

The 1970 Corridor Plan for Perth provided a strategic framework for planning the growth of the metropolitan region of Perth, Western Australia. The Plan superseded the 1955 Plan for the Metropolitan Region and established the principles on which ...

                                               

RRL

RRL may refer to: Regional Research Laborotaries, under the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research CSIR, in India Rich Representation Language a computer language used for multi-agent animation Regional Red List Russian Rugby League Federa ...

                                               

Patricia Pranke

Patricia Helena Lucas Pranke is a Brazilian stem cell researcher at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. Between 2003 and 2005, Pranke was one of two scientists who helped the Federal Government of Brazil write the National Biosafety Law, ...

                                               

International Technology Roadmap for Wide Bandgap Power Semiconductors

The International Technology Roadmap for Wide Bandgap Power Semiconductors was formed by the IEEE Power Electronics Society and organizations representing the USA, China, Japan, Europe, and UK in 2015 and is intended to provide a reliable and com ...

                                               

Hokkaido Space Science and Technology Creation Center

Hokkaido Aerospace Science and Technology Incubation Center is a network of space development- related facilities and space-related university laboratories scattered throughout Hokkaido to create and start a new industry utilizing space developme ...

                                               

TFL

TFL may refer to: True forced loneliness, inceldom Transient friction loading, the mechanical stress induced on an object due to transient or vibrational frictional forces Thermally fused laminate, a resin-saturated layer heat-fused to a substrat ...

                                               

Factor X (disambiguation)

Factor X, also known as Stuart-Prower factor or as thrombokinase, is an enzyme. Factor X may also refer to: El Factor X, the Colombian version of The X Factor Factor X, a reference to protoporphyrin IX or haemin when used to identify Haemophilus ...

                                               

Santa Susana

Santa Susana may refer to Saint Susanna, martyred in 295. Santa Susana or Santa Susanna may also refer to several places: Santa Susana, California, a census-designated place in Ventura County Santa Susana Mountains in southern California. Santa S ...

                                               

Milrem Robotics

An upgraded THeMIS was introduced at the 2019 Defence and Security Equipment International conference. In 2019 a Milrem product, a THeMIS, was deployed to a combat zone for the first time. The Estonian Defence Forces deployed to Mali with a THeMI ...

                                               

Kuffner (surname)

Kuffner or Kuffner is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Andreas Kuffner Luftwaffe, recipient of Knights Cross of the Iron Cross Joseph Kuffner Kueffner, 1776–1856, German musician and composer Aaron Kuffner born 1975, American a ...

                                               

AgVa Ventilator

AgVa Ventilator is a mechanical ventilator developed in collaboration with Indian scientist Diwakar Vaish of A-SET Robotics and Dr. Deepak Agrawal, professor of Neurosurgery at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi. AgVa is designed to b ...

                                               

ITD

ITD may refer to: Impedance threshold device, a valve used in cardiopulmonary resuscitation CPR Inter-type declaration, a feature of Aspect-oriented computer programming. Internal tandem duplication, a form of mutation see gene duplication and ta ...

                                               

Pauline Cummins

Pauline Cummins was born in Dublin in 1949. She studied painting and ceramics at the National College of Art and Design NCAD from 1966 to 1970. From 1974 to 1975 she was the director of an aid programme in Turkana, Kenya, the Craft Workshop teach ...

                                               

Manning Centre for Building Democracy (Alberta)

The Manning Centre for Building Democracy or Manning Centre based in Calgary, Alberta is a not-for-profit political advocacy group that was established in 2005 by Preston Manning to promote conservative principles. It was known for the annual "hi ...

                                               

Michelle Leech

Professor Michelle Leech MBBS PhD FRACP, is the Deputy Dean of Medicine at Monash University and an academic clinician-scientist. Professor Leech oversees the delivery of the Monash medical program and maintains an active research profile and cli ...

                                               

Frederic Casagrande

Casagrande launched his first web design company in 1997 before starting an international career in project management, working with various companies in telecommunications, theme parks Universal Studios, real estate AMER Group, facilities Transg ...

                                               

SciTech

Sci-Tech Daresbury, a science-related business campus near Daresbury, Cheshire, England Scitech organization, a not-for-profit science and technology organization in Western Australia SciTech Software, a developer of display-related software

                                               

Topology (disambiguation)

Topology is a branch of mathematics concerned with geometric properties preserved under continuous deformation. Topology may also refer to: Lawvere–Tierney topology of a topos Topology electronics, a configuration of electronic components Topolog ...

                                               

Smart insulin patch

A smart insulin patch, also known as a glucose-responsive insulin patch, is a type of wearable medical devices for diabetes treatment. It is a transdermal patch comprising glucose-sensitive microneedle-array loaded with insulin for blood glucose ...

                                               

List of ships named Deutschland

Deutschland has been the name of a number of ships including: German submarine Deutschland, in World War I SMS Deutschland, the name of ships of the German Empires Kaiserliche Marine SS Deutschland, the name of several steamships Deutschland -cla ...

                                               

Maziar Rajabi

Maziar Rajabi is a Kurdish Iranian entrepreneur and businessman born in Divandareh, Iran and living in Erbil in the Kurdistan region of Iraq.

                                               

MWO

MWO may refer to: Middletown Regional Airport, Media Whores Online, a defunct left-wing blog MechWarrior Online, a vehicular combat video game Master Warrant Officer, a military rank in the Canadian Forces Mount Wilson Observatory, an astronomica ...

                                               

J36

J36, J.36 or J-36 may refer to: In transportation: County Route J36 California NBR C Class LNER Class J36, a class of steam locomotive Allis-Chalmers J36, a US-produced version of the de Havilland Goblin jet engine J36, a M1 motorway junction in ...

                                               

Neurosciences Institute (disambiguation)

Neurosciences Institute or Neurosciences Institute may refer to: International Institute for Neuroscience of Natal Texas Neurosciences Institute, U.S. National Neuroscience Institute, Singapore Bangur Institute of Neurosciences, Bhawanipur, Kolka ...

                                               

Peter Schmid (archaeologist)

Peter Schmid is a German archaeologist. He spent his entire career at the Niedersachsisches Institut fur historische Kustenforschung, of which he was director from 1973 to 1991.

                                               

List of plants known as laurel

Laurel is part of the English common name of many trees and other plants, particularly those of the laurel family. Plants called "laurel" include: Danae racemosa, a small shrub in family Asparagaceae Calophyllum inophyllum, an evergreen tree in f ...

                                               

Steklov

Steklov is a Russian last name. It can refer to: Vladimir Aleksandrovich Steklov b. 1948, Russian actor; Vladimir Andreevich Steklov 1863–1926, Russian mathematician and mechanician; Yuri Mikhailovich Steklov 1873–1941, Russian politician, histor ...

                                               

Mukhtiar Ali Unar

Mukhtiar Ali Unar is a Pakistani academician, researcher, educationist and writer. He is editor of Mehran University Research Journal of Engineering and Technology since 2008. He was a host and writer at Radio Pakistan Hyderabad in the 1980s and ...

                                               

MV Galapagos Legend

MV Galapagos Legend is a German-built cruise ship operated by GO Galapagos-Ecuador for cruises in the Galapagos Islands. Earlier in its career as the MV Helgoland it served as a hospital ship during the Vietnam War from 1966 to 1971.

                                               

Foliate (software)

Foliate focuses on reading and does not support book management. It supports typical e-book formats with reflowable text: EPUB primary focus, Mobipocket, AZW3, and no formats with fixed layout, although PDF support is being considered. Its custom ...

                                               

Academy of the Border Service of the National Security Committee

The Academy of the Border Service of the National Security Committee is the official military institution of the Border Service of the National Security Committee of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

                                               

Mary E. Dillon

Mary E. Dillon was an American businesswoman and President of Brooklyn Borough Gas Company. She was the first female president of any utility company in the world.

                                               

CVE

CVE may refer to: Commercial Vehicle Enforcement, another name for Commercial Vehicle Inspection CVE, the ICAO airline designator for Cabo Verde Express Countering Violent Extremism Task Force, a U.S. government program CVE, the ISO 4217 code for ...

                                               

Louis F. Rothschild

Louis Frank Rothschild was an American investment banker and founder of the eponymous investment banking firm L.F. Rothschild.

                                               

Maritime cocaine smuggling

Maritime cocaine smuggling refers to the practice which involves the smuggling of cocaine between borders via maritime means. According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, there are an estimated 18 million users of cocaine globally. ...

                                               

STE

Servicio de Transportes Electricos, a large public transit authority in Mexico City Stockton Terminal and Eastern Railroad Special Touring Edition, a model of the Pontiac 6000 automobile Stevens Point Municipal Airport, IATA code STE

                                               

Berlin-Brandenburg (disambiguation)

Berlin Brandenburg Airport railway station, future rail station under the airport Berlin Brandenburg Airport BER/EDDB an airport under construction for Berlin, Germany Verkehrsverbund Berlin-Brandenburg VBB Berlin-Brandenburg Transport; public tr ...