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Mie bakso

Mie bakso is an Indonesian noodle soup dish consists of bakso meatballs served with yellow noodles and rice vermicelli. This dish well known in Chinese Indonesian, Javanese and Malay cuisine. Mie bakso is almost identical with soto mie, only this ...

Naval armour

Naval armour refers to the various protections schemes employed by warships, and is distinguished from other kinds of armour. Naval sailing ships have had protection from weaponry since at least Ancient times, when Greek and Roman warships used s ...

Pajoge

Pajoge dance is a traditional dance of the Buginese and Makassar people who came from Bone, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. The term Pajoge has three meanings at once. From the word joge which means a dance, while pa joge to refer to a dancer, as well ...

Roz Nay

Our Little Secret, her first novel, started as a short story she wrote when she took a creative writing course, at Selkirk College, in 2012. It was nominated for an Arthur Ellis Award and a Kobo Emerging Writer Award, and it won the Douglas Kenne ...

Donna Jodhan

Donna Jodhan is best known for her involvement in a Canadian Supreme Court case whose verdict compelled the Canadian Government to make all of their websites accessible. On November 29, 2010 the Federal Court of Canada released a landmark decisio ...

Junia-T

Junia-T is the stage name of Jonathan Lindo, a Canadian rapper from Toronto, Ontario. He is most noted for his album Studio Monk, which was longlisted for the 2020 Polaris Music Prize. He was previously associated with the duo Smash Brovaz, who r ...

Beryl Potter

Beryl Potter was a British-born Canadian disability rights activist. She was involved in many disability rights organizations in Ontario including the Trans-Action Coalition, the Scarborough Recreation Club for Disabled Adults, the Ontario Action ...

Lal Draman

Lal Draman is a hill station in Indian union territory of Jammu and Kashmir. It is located at a distance of 25 kilometres north from Doda town near Sazan village, covered with lofty deodar and fir trees. A Grameen-cum-Tourism Mela is organised ev ...

Eva Kail

Eva Kail is a Vienna-based urban planner who has popularized gender mainstreaming in city design and contributed to more than 60 projects related to gender equality in housing, transportation, planning, and design of public spaces.

List of rampage killers (other incidents in the United States)

This section of the list of rampage killers contains those cases that occurred in United States. This section of the list of rampage killers contains mass murders by single perpetrators that do not fit into the upper categories, like Arson fires, ...

William Barclay Harding

William Barclay Harding was an American financier who served as chairman of the board of Smith, Barney and Co. until his death in 1967.

Celebrity Beyond

Celebrity Beyond is a future cruise ship currently being constructed for Celebrity Cruises, taking its name from the companys slogan. The third in the Edge-class, the ship is being constructed at the Chantiers de lAtlantique shipyard, and is sche ...

Takele Nigate

Takele Nigate is an Ethiopian track and field athlete who specializes in the 3000 metres steeplechase. In 2019, he competed in the mens 3000 metres steeplechase at the 2019 World Athletics Championships held in Doha, Qatar. He did not qualify to ...

Malcolm Eric Trudgen

Malcolm Eric Trudgen is a West Australian botanist. He has published some 105 botanical names. See also Taxa named by Malcolm Eric Trudgen. He currently runs his own consulting company, ME Trudgen and Associates.

Aciura coryli

Aciura coryli is a species of tephritid or fruit fly in the family Tephritidae. The larvae of this species live in flowers of Phlomis and Ballota Labiatae. Its distribution encompasses the entire Mediterranean region, where it is often collected ...

Phebalium obovatum

Phebalium obovatum is a species of spreading shrub that is endemic to Western Australia. It has thick, egg-shaped or elliptical leaves densely covered with silvery scales on the lower side and white flowers arranged in umbels with silvery or rust ...

Phebalium festivum

Phebalium festivum, commonly known as dainty phebalium, is a species of spreading shrub that is endemic to Victoria, Australia. It has smooth branchlets, broadly egg-shaped, warty leaves and three to ten white or pale yellow flowers arranged in u ...

Phebalium lepidotum

Phebalium lepidotum is a species of rounded shrub that is endemic to Western Australia. It has scaly branchlets, leathery, narrow oblong leaves and white to cream-coloured flowers arranged in umbels of between three and six on the ends of branchlets.

Phebalium brevifolium

Phebalium brevifolium is a species of small shrub that is endemic to Western Australia. It has warty branchlets, sessile, wedge-shaped leaves and up to three white flowers arranged in umbels.

Phebalium microphyllum

Phebalium microphyllum is a species of small, rounded shrub that is endemic to Western Australia. It has scaly branchlets, leathery, oblong leaves and yellow flowers arranged in umbels of three to six on the ends of branchlets.

Phebalium tuberculosum

Phebalium tuberculosum is a species of erect shrub that is endemic to Western Australia. It has glandular-warty and scaly branchlets and leaves and white flowers arranged in umbels of three or four with rust-coloured scales on the back of the petals.

Leionema hillebrandii

Leionema hillebrandii, commonly known as Mount Lofty phebalium, is a perennial, woody shrub endemic to South Australia. It has variable shaped leaves and pinkish flowers from late winter to spring.

Leionema montanum

Leionema montanum is a small, compact shrub with terete branchlets that grow horizontally along the ground. In between the old leaf bases are lines of star-shaped soft, erect hairs. The leaves are crowded, needle or club shaped, up to 1 cm 0.39 i ...

Asterolasia squamuligera

Asterolasia squamuligera, commonly known as yellow starbush, is a species of erect, woody, slender perennial shrub that is endemic to the southwest of Western Australia. It has leathery, egg-shaped leaves with the narrower end towards the base an ...

Asterolasia grandiflora

Asterolasia grandiflora is a species of weak, open shrub or sub-shrub that is endemic to the southwest of Western Australia. It has oblong, elliptical or egg-shaped leaves and pink to mauve flowers arranged in umbels of about three flowers with a ...

Leionema rotundifolium

Leionema rotundifolium, is a dense shrub with needle-shaped stems and pale lemon to white terminal flowers. It is found in New South Wales and Queensland.

Asterolasia buxifolia

Asterolasia buxifolia is a species of spindly shrub in the family Rutaceae and is endemic to a restricted area of eastern New South Wales. It has star-shaped hairs on its stems, leathery leaves and yellow flowers arranged singly in leaf axils wit ...

Lepidospora

Lepidospora buxtoni Silvestri, 1923 Lepidospora grassii Escherich, 1905 Lepidospora makapaan Wygodzinsky, 1955 Lepidospora mascareniensis Mendes, 1996 Lepidospora hemitrichoides Wygodzinsky, 1962 Lepidospora machadoi Silvestri, 1949 Lepidospora a ...

S. maculata

S. maculata may refer to: Statilia maculata, a praying mantis Swanka maculata, a mud turtle Scapteira maculata, a lizard endemic to northwestern Africa Solariella maculata, a top snail Stellognatha maculata, a flat-faced longhorn Schinia maculata ...

Jean Castex

Jean Castex is a French politician serving as Prime Minister of France since 3 July 2020. A former member of The Republicans LR, Castex served as Mayor of Prades, a provincial town in Southern France, for twelve years until his appointment as Pri ...

Abdur Razzaq Iskander

Abdur Razzaq Iskander is a Pakistani Islamic scholar and writer. He is the incumbent chancellor and Sheikh-ul-Hadith of Jamia Uloom-ul-Islamia, Emir of the Aalmi Majlis Tahaffuz Khatm-e-Nubuwwat and President of Wifaq ul Madaris Al-Arabia, Pakistan.

Mohibbul Hasan

After his early education at Lucknow, he went to London University for higher study. After his return, he started his teaching career at Punjab. After that he was appointed in Calcutta, Aligarh universities. From 1963 he became head of department ...

Allah Wasaya

Maulana Allah Wasaya is a Pakistani Islamic scholar and one of the keen central leader of Aalmi Majlis Tahaffuz Khatm-e-Nubuwwat.

Grassbird

Grassbird may refer to: Fan-tailed grassbird Schoenicola brevirostris Broad-tailed grassbird Schoenicola platyurus One of two species of grassbird in the genus Schoenicola Bristled grassbird Chaetornis striata, a passerine bird making up the mono ...

Bathyptychia

Bathyptychia is a genus of medium-sized air-breathing land snails, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusks in the family Clausiliidae, the door snails, all of which have a clausilium.

Consors

Consors can refer to: Caseolus consors, a land snail Consors imperii, an ancient Roman partner in an emperorship Cortal Consors, a European broker in personal investing and online trading Catocala consors, a moth of the family Noctuidae Crotaloph ...

Mohit Mitra

Mohit Mitra was an Indian politician and former member of the Lok Sabha of India. He served as a representative of the Calcutta North East constituency between 1956–1957 as a member of the Communist Party of India. He was also the member of the C ...

C. fenestrata

C. fenestrata may refer to: Chrysallida fenestrata, a sea snail species found in the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea Cochlearia fenestrata, the Arctic scurvy-grass, a plant species in the genus Cochlearia Cephaloleia fenestrata, a rolled ...

Annobonensis

Annobonensis is Latin for "of the island of Annobon", it may refer to several species found on the island and in the surrounding waters: Muricopsis annobonensis a species of murex snails Anchicubaris annobonensis, a species of woodlice Alvania an ...

Boavistensis

Boavistensis is Latin for "of the island of Boa Vista", an island of Cape Verde. It may refer to several species found on the island and in the surrounding waters: Conus boavistensis, a species of cone snails Tarentola boavistensis, a species of ...

Congener

Congener may refer to: Congener biology, organisms within the same genus Congener beverages, a substance produced during fermentation of alcoholic beverages A thing or person of the same kind as another, or of the same group. Congener chemistry, ...

A. c. japonica

A. c. japonica may refer to: An abbreviation of a subspecies name. In binomial nomenclature the name of a subspecies is always the name of the genus to which the species belongs, followed by the species name also called the species epithet, and t ...

Frontalis

Frontalis may refer to: Crista frontalis, the frontal crest, a crest on the internal surface of the squama frontalis of the frontal bone Frontalis muscle, a thin, quadrilateral fascia muscle located on the front of the head Squama frontalis, two ...

M. ferruginea

M. ferruginea may refer to: Mapania ferruginea a plant species found in Cameroon and São Tome and Principe Myrmeciza ferruginea, the ferruginous-backed antbird, a species of bird found in Brazil and French Guyana Menziesia ferruginea, the rusty m ...

Slaty antshrike

The slaty antshrikes are several species of birds in the family Thamnophilidae that used to be considered conspecific under the name slaty antshrike. The species are entirely para- or allopatric: Guianan slaty antshrike, Thamnophilus p. punctatus ...

Andrew II Hont-Pazmany

Andrew from the kindred Hont-Pazmany Andras ; died 1299) was a Hungarian medieval soldier in the second half of the 13th century. He was the progenitor of the influential Forgach family.

Andrew I Hont-Pazmany

Andrew from the kindred Hont-Pazmany Andras ; died after 1277) was a Hungarian lord in the 13th century. He was a staunch supporter of King Bela IV of Hungary.

Curio Trident Blue

Curio Trident Blue, known commonly as Senecio Trident Blue, Trident Blue Chalk and Kleinia Trident Blue, is a spear-shaped succulent plant that is a hybrid of Curio repens and Curio talinoides.

Influenza A virus subtype H11N2

The Influenza A virus subtype H11N2 is a subtype of Influenza A virus. It is a distinct from other flu viruses seen around the globe, although two of its gene segments share common ancestry with South American avian influenza viruses, while the s ...

HAT-P-23

HAT-P-23 is a G-type main-sequence star about 1280 light-years away. It has a rapid rotation for its advanced age of 4 billion years, and exhibits a strong starspot activity. The star may be in the process of being spun up by the giant planet on ...