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.50-120 Federal FireStick

The Federal FireStick is a proprietary polymer-hulled blank cartridge, introduced in 2020 for the Traditions NitroFire rifle. It contains 100 to 120 grains of Hodgdon 888 black-powder substitute and neither a primer nor bullet.

Forgotten campaign of the Manuripi region

The forgotten campaign of the Manuripi was an armed confrontation between Bolivian and Peruvian troops and a group of indigenous people in 1910. The Bolivian press has treated this conflict as "forgotten" due to the little importance with which i ...

Digital antenna array

Digital antenna array is smart antenna with multi channels digital beamforming, usually by using fast Fourier transform. The development and practical realization of digital antenna arrays theory started in 1962 under the guidance of Vladimir Var ...

Kkondae Intern

Kkondae Intern is a 2020 South Korea television series starring Park Hae-jin and Kim Eung-soo. The workplace comedy-drama series is about what happens when a man finally gets a chance to lord over a previous boss, who made his life miserable duri ...

Fallin Light (song)

Fallin Light is a song recorded by South Korean girl group GFriend. It was released by King Records on October 30, 2019, as their fifth Japanese single and the lead single of their debut Japanese studio album Fallin Light released on November 13, ...

Amee (singer)

Trần Huyền My, better known by her stage name Amee is a Vietnamese singer. She is best known for as the first solo female artist to come out from St.319 Entertainment.

Yoru ni Kakeru

Yoru ni Kakeru is the first song released by Japanese music duo Yoasobi. It was released on December 15, 2019, and was based on "Tanatos no Yuwaku", a short story written by Mayo Hoshino published on the story hosting site Monogatary.

Konya wa Eeyan

Konya wa Eeyan is the second single by J-pop group Yoshimotozaka46. The single was released on 8 May 2019. Like the previous single, the title track features Tsukasa Saito and Haruna Ogawa, both owarai comedians, in the center position. The track ...

Heart Breaker

Heart Breaker is the third original album by J-pop singer-songwriter Marie Ueda. It is scheduled to release on 26 August, 2020 under the Giza Studio label. It includes singles Revolver, I Just Wanna Be A Star, Stranger and Whats.

Jessica A. Scoffield

Jessica A. Scoffield is an American microbiologist and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Microbiology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine. Scoffield studies the mechanisms by which oral commensal bacteria inter ...

Amyl

Amyl may refer to: Amylum or starch, a carbohydrate Amylopectin, a polymer of glucose found in plants; one of two components of starch Amylose, a helical polymer made of α-D-glucose units; one of two components of starch Amyl nitrite, used to tre ...

Ubay Orifov

Ubay Orifovich Orifov was a Soviet Uzbek physicist and academician who served as the President of the Academy of Sciences of the Uzbek SSR from 1962 to 1966. He was also a participant in the Great Patriotic War.

Gillian Reid

Gillian Reid is a British chemist who is Professor of Inorganic Chemistry and Head of the Department of Chemistry at the University of Southampton. Her research considers coordination chemistry, inorganic semiconductors and metal fluoride scaffol ...

PAA

Pacific American Airlines Polyacrylamide, an acrylate polymer Perpetuities and Accumulations Act 1964 Population Association of America Perpetuities and Accumulations Act 2009 Phosphoamino acid analysis, a biochemistry technique Pan American Asso ...

SS Bardic

SS Bardic was a Greek Cargo ship that was shelled and sunk by the German battleship Scharnhorst in the Atlantic Ocean northwest of Cape Verde on 9 March 1941.

River City Ferries

River City Ferries is a ferry company that will commence operating services in Brisbane on 4 November 2020 taking over from Transdev Brisbane Ferries. It is a subsidiary of the SeaLink Travel Group. River City Ferries will operate 31 vessels serv ...

Olfert Fas Fischer

Olfert Fasvier Fischer was a naval officer in the service of the Danish crown who became a director of the Danish Asia Company and completed his career as a Vice Admiral.

Japanese destroyer Tsuta (1944)

The Tachibana sub-class was a simplified version of the preceding Matsu class to make them even more suited for mass production. The ships measured 100 meters 328 ft 1 in overall, with a beam of 9.35 meters 30 ft 8 in and a draft of 3.37 meters 1 ...

Japanese destroyer Kusunoki (1945)

Kusunoki was one of 23 Tachibana -class escort destroyers built for the Imperial Japanese Navy during the final stages of World War II.

Japanese destroyer Kaki (1944)

Kaki was one of 23 Tachibana -class escort destroyers built for the Imperial Japanese Navy during the final stages of World War II. Completed in March 1945 the ship was lightly damaged during an American airstrike later that month. She was used t ...

Japanese destroyer Odake

Odake was one of 23 Tachibana -class escort destroyers built for the Imperial Japanese Navy during the final stages of World War II.

Japanese destroyer Enoki (1945)

Enoki was one of 23 Tachibana -class escort destroyers built for the Imperial Japanese Navy during the final stages of World War II. The ship was completed in early 1945 and was sunk by a naval mine in June. Her wreck was salvaged in 1948 and sub ...

Klaudia Sergejewna Kildisheva

Kildisheva was born on March 6, 1917 in the city of Vyazma in what is now the Smolensk region to a railroad worker. She finished school in 1934 and went on to study at the University of Moscow in the Mechanical - Mathematical Faculty. Kildisheva ...

Diana Kinnert

Diana Kinnert is a German politician, political consultant, and publisher. In 2015 she became the youngest chief of staff in the history of the Bundestag when she ran the parliamentary office of Peter Hintze. She is a frequent media commentator o ...

Naseef Naeem

Naseef Naeem is a Christian Syrian-German legal scholar specializing in Public and Constitutional law. He is an expert on legal and political affairs in the Middle East, Syria, and the Constitution of Iraq.

Chain Reaction Research

Chain Reaction Research is a think-tank, which conducts research about deforestation-relation topics and commodities. It is based in Washington DC. It provides material about resources effected by deforestation such as palm oil, soy, cattle, caca ...

Swimming to Sea

Swimming to Sea is a 2012 South Korean adult animated musical survival horror film written and directed by Dae-Hee Lee. It stars Hyen-jee Kim, Young-jun Si, Young-mi Ahn, Kyeng-soo Hyen and Ho-san Lee It premiered at the 2012 Jeonju International ...

Vereshchyovka train disaster

The Vereshchyovka train disaster occurred on January 24, 1944, near the village of Vereshchyovka in what was then the Oryol Oblast of the Soviet Union. Sources estimate that over 600 people died in the wreck. It is the deadliest train disaster in ...

Armor "Pambato” Division

The Armor" Pambato” Division formerly known as the Mechanized Infantry Division, is one of the primary units of the Philippine Army stationed at Camp O’Donnell, Brgy. Sta. Lucia, Capas, Tarlac, Philippines. One of the Philippine Armys Major Units ...

Martin Lake Line

The Texas Utilities Martin Lake line is a railroad owned and operated by Texas Utilities and hauls Lignite coal from mines in the Oak Hill and Beckville area to the Martin Lake Power Plant and has a connection with the BNSF Railways Longview Subd ...

Wake Up (Next to You)

Wake Up is a song written by British rock musician Graham Parker and performed by Graham Parker and the Shot. Inspired by Smokey Robinson, the song was crucial in convincing Elektra Records to allow Parker and producer William Wittman to record a ...

Hungarian ammunition ship Ungvar

Ungvar was a Hungarian Cargo ship that hit a mine laid by the Soviet destroyers Smyshlyony and Bodry in the Black Sea south of Odessa on 9 November 1941 while she was travelling from Sulina, Romania to Odessa, Ukraine with a cargo of ammunition, ...

IBM ThinkPad 360

The IBM ThinkPad 360 series was a notebook computer series introduced in 1994 by IBM as part of their ThinkPad laptop series. It was succeeded in late 1995 by the IBM ThinkPad 365 sub-series.

D78

D78 may refer to: HMS Vidette D78, Admiralty V class destroyer of the Royal Navy London Underground D78 Stock, type of sub-surface rolling stock which operated on the District line of the London Underground HMS Archer D78, Long Island-class escor ...

The platform canvas

The Platform Canvas is a conceptual framework dedicated to explain the mechanisms of multi-sided platform organizations, and how value is created, captured and delivered in the platform economy. Multi-sided platforms, also called two-sided market ...

Sreethu Krishnan

Sreethu Nair, also known by the stage name Sreethu Krishnan, is an Indian actress and model who works in the Tamil and Malayalam television industries. She is known for playing the character Indira in the TV series Aayutha Ezhuthu.

Bhaskar Rao

Bhaskar Rao is an Indian police officer who is currently serving as the 33rd Commissioner of Police, Bangalore City from 2 August 2019. Rao comes from Bangalore and was previously Additional Director General of Police in the Karnataka State Reser ...

Ya Wai Aung

Ya Wai Aung is a Burmese actor and model who was popular in the 1990s. Once he was one of the most successful actors in Myanmar.

Lana Whiskeyjack

Lana Whiskeyjack is a multidisciplinary artist, writer and researcher known for her work exploring experiences of Cree identity in Western culture. She is featured in the documentary film Lana Gets Her Talk by Beth Wishart MacKenzie.

Bhagavadajjukam

Bhagavadajjukam is a Sanskrit farce written in the 7th century CE, usually attributed to Bodhayana. It is the earliest surviving example of a satirical play in Sanskrit literature. Featuring witty exchanges, an episode about the transmigration of ...

Harleston, Norfolk

Harleston is a town 16 miles from Norwich, in the civil parish of Redenhall with Harleston, in the South Norfolk district, in the county of Norfolk, England. In 2018 it had an estimated population of 5067. Harleston is on the Norfolk/Suffolk bord ...

Cauldon

Cauldon or Caldon is a village and former civil parish, 19 miles north east of Stafford, now in the parish of Waterhouses, in the Staffordshire Moorlands district, in the county of Staffordshire, England. In 1931 the parish had a population of 422.

Saleem Haj Yahia

Salim Haj Yahya is a Palestinian cardiologist and surgeon from Taibah, an experienced professor at the British University of Bristol, and a member of the Palestinian Higher Health Council. He served as the Dean of the College of Medicine and Heal ...

Hamra Church, Gotland

Hamra Church was initially planned as a basilica, three bays wide, but only the chancel, the transept and the tower above the crossing were built. A nave was never built. This first construction phase was in the middle of the 13th century. In the ...

Samuel-Novarro House

Samuel-Novarro House, also known as the Samuel-Novarro Residence, is a historic Mayan Revival single-family dwelling designed by Lloyd Wright in 1928. It is located at 5609 Valley Oak Dr. in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles. It is Los An ...

Danny A. Abeckaser

Abeckaser produced and acted in the film Holy Rollers 2010, which also stars Jesse Eisenberg. He then played the part of Dino Lapron opposite Michael Shannon and Winona Ryder in the Ariel Vromen film The Iceman 2012 and had a very small role in t ...

Empire Building (Columbus, Ohio)

The Empire Building, also known as the Yuster Building, is a historic building in Downtown Columbus, Ohio. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2017. The eight-story Empire Building has Gothic-inspired commercial architect ...

Abhinay Vaddi

Abhinay made his film debut with the Telugu film Young India 2010 directed by Dasari Narayana Rao. He was set to make his Tamil debut with Vilambaram, but the delay of the film meant that the biographical film Ramanujan, based on the mathematicia ...

Turkoman (ethnonym)

Turkoman is a term widely used during the Middle Ages for the people of the Oghuz Turkic origin. According to medieval authors Al-Biruni and al-Marwazi, this term referred to the Oghuz who converted to Islam. However, there is also evidence that ...

Rams (2020 film)

Rams is an upcoming Australian comedy film directed by Jeremy Sims, written by Jules Duncan, and starring Sam Neill and Michael Caton. It is a re-imagining of the Icelandic drama film Rams by Grimur Hakonarson. The film is scheduled to release in ...

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