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Gause

Gause may refer to: GAUSE-17, a US Navy designation for the M134 Minigun. Gause surname Gause, Texas, United States gause meter, an electronic device also known as an "EMF Meter".

Paul Yip Kwok-wah

Paul Yip Kwok-wah is founder and chairman of Hong Kong Policy Research Institute, chairman of B & P Foundation, honorary professor of Xi’an Jiaotong University, honorary professor of Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, as well ...

Twila Cassadore

Twila Cassadore is an Arizona-based forager, food educator, advocate for indigenous food sovereignty, and member of the San Carlos Apache Tribe who teaches indigenous food traditions throughout the Western Apache tribes. Through her work, Cassado ...

B. montana

B. montana may refer to: Banksia montana, the Stirling Range dryandra, a shrub of the family Proteaceae Bucculatrix montana, a moth in the family Bucculatricidae Bigotilia montana, a moth of the family Pterophoridae Bosara montana, a moth of the ...

Segmental colitis associated with diverticulosis

Segmental colitis associated with diverticulosis is a condition characterized by localized inflammation in the colon, which spares the rectum and is associated with multiple sac-like protrusions or pouches in the wall of the colon. Unlike diverti ...

Gianfranco Fiaccadori

Gianfranco Fiaccadori was an Italian historian. By training a Byzantinist, he also studied and published in Oriental studies and Ethiopian studies. Alessandro Bausi called him "one of the last humanists in the broadest sense, intimately familiar ...

Coelomera ruficornis

Coelomera ruficornis is a species of beetle in the family Chrysomelidae. It is found in tropical South America where it feeds on Cecropia pachystachya trees.

Assassination attempts on Pervez Musharraf

On 14 December 2003, about 7:00 pm in Rawalpindi, Musharraf survived an assassination attempt when a bomb detonated on a bridge half a minute after his motorcade had crossed. On 25 December 2003, eleven days after the previous assassination attem ...

SnailSpace

Snailspace was an art installation and trail organised by hospice charity Martlets in cooperation with Wild in Art from 15 September to 18 November 2018. It featured 50 Fibreglass Snails scattered around the city of Brighton, East Sussex. It was ...

Lockdown (2020 TV series)

Lockdown is a Canadian-American childrens and teen web television series produced by Sinking Ship Entertainment and commissioned and distributed by YouTube Originals. Conceived, developed and produced remotely in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemi ...

Forrest Hall

Forrest Hall was an American football running back and return specialist who played in the American Football League. He played college football at San Francisco.

Jerome Hiler

Hiler began his filmmaking career along side Robert Cowan, as a projectionist at The Filmmaker Cinematheque at 125 West 41st St. in New York City. He was the first projectionist for Andy Warhols The Chelsea Girls, and went on to project that film ...

Anna Taddio

Anna Taddio is a Canadian pediatrician. She is a professor in the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto, and adjunct senior scientist and clinical pharmacist at SickKids Hospital.

Group W Films

Group W Films is a film production company which was an off shoot of Westinghouse Broadcasting Corporation. Richard Pack was president from 1968 to 1972. In December 1968 the company signed a contract with Australias NLT Films to make two movies ...

Bill Horace

Bill Horace was a former member of the National Patriotic Front of Liberia and alleged war criminal. In the early 1990s, during the First Liberian Civil War, Horace was a General in Charles Taylors NPFL and was reported to have participated in or ...

Susan Franceschet

Susan Franceschet is a Canadian political scientist. She is a professor of political science at The University of Calgary. She studies the representation of women both in legislatures and government cabinets, gender quotas for the minimum represe ...

By Reason of Insanity (1982 film)

By Reason of Insanity is a 1982 Canadian short courtroom drama television film written by David McLaren and directed by Donald Shebib which examines the use of insanity pleas in murder cases. The film was produced by Alan Burke and made for the a ...

Antoine Corriveau

Antoine Corriveau is a Canadian folk rock singer-songwriter and author from Quebec. He is most noted for his 2014 song "Le Nouveau vocabulaire", which won the French division of the SOCAN Songwriting Prize in 2015, and his 2016 album Cette chose ...

Graham Foy

Graham Foy is a Canadian cinematographer and filmmaker, who has worked both under his own name and as Fantavious Fritz. He is most noted for his video for Charlotte Day Wilsons single "Work", which won the Prism Prize in 2018. He was also a Prism ...

Doris Fischer-Colbrie

Doris Fischer-Colbrie is a ceramic artist and former mathematician. She received her Ph.D. in mathematics in 1978 from Universiy of California at Berkeley, where her advisor was H. Blaine Lawson. Many of her contributions to the theory of minimal ...

Clown alley (disambiguation)

A Clown alley is a backstage area at a circus in which clowns change into costume and apply makeup Clown Alley may also refer to: a professional or fraternal organisation of clowns in general Clown Alley restaurant, a defunct San Francisco restau ...

KULF (disambiguation)

KULF may refer to one of several stations in Texas that have carried the callsign: KAPN FM 107.3 Caldwell - was KULF in late 2008 and early 2009; was KLTR 1960–1989 KULF AM 1090 Bellville - a daytimer in the Victoria market; KULF since December 2 ...

Diana Capponi

Capponi was born in Montreal, Quebec, the youngest sister of writer and activist Pat Capponi. Both sisters described an abusive home, which they left as young women. In 1984, she graduated from a police training program at Centennial College in T ...

Kip Memmott

Kip Memmott is an American auditor and government employee serving as Oregon Director of Audits. Appointed by the Oregon Secretary of State in 2017, Memmott manages the auditing of Oregons government agencies.

Dalibor Starcevic

Dalibor Starcevic is a Croatian football manager who now works as head coach of Al Urooba in the United Arab Emirates.

If They Come in the Morning

If They Come in the Morning: Voices of Resistance is a collection of writings about U.S. legal trials and prisons, edited by Angela Davis and published in 1971. Contributors included Black Panther Party members and the Soledad Brothers. As Davis ...

Nayanika Mahtani

Nayanika Mahtani is an Indian author and screenwriter. She has recently co-written the story and screenplay for a Hindi film on the mathematical genius, Shakuntala Devi, whose role is played by Vidya Balan.

Yohei Azakami

Yohei Azakami is a Japanese voice actor who was born in Gunma Prefecture and is affiliated with Aoni Production. His best known roles are Kennosuke Tokisaka Ouma from Kuromukuro and Deathpierce from The Seven Deadly Sins

Ryōhei Arai

Ryōhei Arai is a Japanese voice actor who was born in Saitama Prefecture and is affiliated with Aoni Production. His best known roles are WorldEnd as Willem Kmetsch and Battle Spirits: Burning Soul as Toshiie "Toshi" Homura

Pippo Delbono

He begins training in traditional theatre, then, in Denmark, he studies the principles of oriental theatre, through a rigorous work on body and voice. Later, in Germany, hes invited by Pina Bausch to follow her work. At the beginning of the 80s h ...

Capulomala

Capulomala is an extinct genus of stereospondyl temnospondyl known from the Early Triassic. Separate species are recognised, C. panchetensis found in the Panchet Formation of India and C. arcadiaensis from the Arcadia Formation of Australia.

Just One of the Boyz 4 Now for Now

Just One of the Boyz 4 Now for Now is the premiere episode of the ninth season of the American animated comedy series Bobs Burgers and the 151st episode overall. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on September 30, 2018. It was ...

O. nobilis

O. nobilis may refer to: Oedemera nobilis, a beetle species found in Western Europe including the south of England Otidiphaps nobilis, the pheasant pigeon, a large terrestrial pigeon species found in the primary rainforests of New Guinea and near ...

Sigaus minutus

Sigaus minutus is a species of grasshopper in the family Acrididae. The genus Sigaus is endemic to New Zealand. It is the smallest among the six species under the genus described by Bigelow. The population status of Sigaus minutus is declining ac ...

Rileya

Rileya is a genus of parasitoid hymenopteran named and described in 1888. It belongs to the Eurytomidae. There are 27 species currently assigned to the genus.

Trissolcus oenone

Trissolcus oenone is a parasitoid wasp in the family Platygastridae, native to Australia and New Zealand. It parasitises the eggs of stink bugs, but little is known about its biology.

Alpha-isomethyl ionone

Alpha-isomethyl ionone is a synthetically made and naturally occurring organic compound found in Brewers yeasts or the species known as Saccharomyces cerevisiae. The compound is an isomer of methyl ionone. Alpha-isomethyl ionone can be colorless ...

Anoxia

The term anoxia means a total depletion in the level of oxygen, an extreme form of hypoxia or "low oxygen". The terms anoxia and hypoxia are used in various contexts: Cerebral anoxia, when the brain is completely deprived of oxygen, an extreme fo ...

Finlaysonia

Finlaysonia is a genus of flowering plants in the dogbane family Apocynaceae, found from Sri Lanka, India, through Southeast Asia, New Guinea, northern Australia, the Philippines, and Palau. They tend to be vines or climbers and prefer to live on ...

Larsenaikia

Larsenaikia is a genus of flowering plants in the tribe Gardenieae of the family Rubiaceae. Its native range is Eastern and Northern Australia. It contains three species - L. jardinei, L. ochreata, and L. suffruticosa - formerly classified in Gar ...

Xenostegia

Xenostegia, the morningvines, are a genus of flowering plants in the bindweed and morning glory family Convolvulaceae, found across the Old World Tropics and Subtropics, from Africa, Madagascar, the Indian Subcontinent, southern Asia and Australia.

George Loddiges

George Loddiges was a British gardener, artist, and naturalist. He worked in the nursery business established by his father and illustrated nearly 2000 plates of plants in the nurserys own periodical, the Botanical Cabinet published between 1817 ...

P. darwini

P. darwini may refer to: Pantinia darwini Phyllodactylus darwini, the Darwins leaf-toed gecko, a lizard species in the genus Phyllodactylus Platytomus darwini Polystyliphora darwini Paraclius darwini Pteronema darwini Platydecticus darwini Phyllo ...

Trierarchuncus

Trierarchuncus is a monotypic genus of alvarezsaurid theropod which includes a single species, Trierarchuncus prairiensis, which is known from fossils found in deposits of the Hell Creek Formation in Montana. It is the youngest known alvarezsauri ...

Terrance Millard

Terrance Millard was a South African horse racing trainer. He trained over 2.500 winners, including 117 Grade 1 victories, 44 Grade 2 races, and 37 Grade 3 races. He held the record for the most Grade 1 wins at 117, until that was surpassed by Mi ...

Dotterel (disambiguation)

Dotterel may refer to several species within the plover family of wading birds Charadriidae. In Europe, the unqualified name generally refers to the Eurasian dotterel. Other species whose common name includes dotterel are: Inland dotterel Peltohy ...

Nana Kwame Bediako

Nana Kwame Bediako was born in Ghana and spend couple of years in the United Kingdom before returning to Ghana at age 33. He was educated at the Accra Academy and Apam Secondary School, and studied business studies at Waltham Forest College, UK.

C. spectabilis

C. spectabilis may refer to: Corolla spectabilis, a sea butterfly species Chrysolopus spectabilis, a weevil species Carex spectabilis, a sedge species Celmisia spectabilis, a flowering plant species Celeus spectabilis, the rufous-headed woodpecke ...

Klipfish

Klipfish is any of various species of fish of the family Clinidae from South Africa: Leprous platanna-klipfish Xenopoclinus leprosus Barbelled klipfish Cirrhibarbis capensis Ladder klipfish Clinoporus biporosus Sad klipfish Clinus acuminatus Nose ...

Ground-dove

Ground-dove refers to a number of unrelated genera of doves. Gallicolumba, a genus of variably-sized, mostly terrestrial doves from Southeast Asia and tropical Pacific islands. The long-tailed ground-dove genus Uropelia of South America. Claravis ...