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Roots of the ciliary ganglion

The ciliary ganglion is a parasympathetic ganglion located just behind the eye in the posterior orbit. Three types of axons enter the ciliary ganglion but only the preganglionic parasympathetic axons synapse there. The entering axons are arranged ...

                                               

Rugrats Runaway Reptar

Rugrats Runaway Reptar was the name of several roller coasters which have since been renamed and rethemed. These include: Flying Ace Aerial Chase, a steel inverted roller coaster at Kings Island amusement park in Mason, Ohio and Carowinds amuseme ...

                                               

Butterfly wings

Butterfly wings or similar phrasings may refer to: Wings of a Butterfly Nebula, name for planetary nebula M2-9 "Butterfly Wings", a song by Machines of Loving Grace from Concentration Lepidoptera wings, literal sense "Butterfly Wings" or "Butterf ...

                                               

Live at the Roxy

Live at the Roxy may refer to: Too Hot for Snakes Live at the Roxy, a 1991 live album by Mick Taylor and Carla Olson Live at the Roxy Eric Burdon album, a 1998 live album by Eric Burdon Live at the Roxy, a 1979 live album by Van Morrison Live at ...

                                               

Satchel (disambiguation)

Blanche Satchel fl. 1920s–1930s, Australian dancer Louis Armstrong 1901–1971, American jazz trumpeter, composer and singer nicknamed "Satchmo" and "Satch" short for Satchelmouth Satchel Paige 1906–1982, American baseball pitcher Ronan Farrow born ...

                                               

Power stroke

Power Stroke may refer to: In motoring: Ford Power Stroke engine, Ford diesel engine Power stroke engine, the stroke of a cyclic motor which generates force Other: In firearm handling, the term power stroke refers to racking the slide after inser ...

                                               

Multiplicative

Multiplicative may refer to: Multiplicative partition Multiplicative case Multiplicative identity Multiplicative order Multiplicative function Multiplicative group Multiplication Multiplicative inverse For the multiplicative numerals once, twice, ...

                                               

Tool (disambiguation)

A tool is a device that is necessary to, or aids in the performance of an operation. Tool may also refer to: Tool around, to aimlessly browse, drive, ride, or walk around with no particular goal, just for the pleasure of it Tool, Texas, a US city ...

                                               

Luxury

Luxury may refer to: Luxury yacht, expensive privately owned, professionally crewed yacht Luxury resort, exclusive vacation facilities Luxury tax, tax on products not considered essential, such as expensive cars Luxury train, expensive tourist tr ...

                                               

The Enchanted World of Danny Kaye

The Enchanted World of Danny Kaye: The Emperors New Clothes is a television special broadcast on ABC on Monday night, February 21, 1972. The special was produced by Rankin/Bass Productions, a former division of Tomorrow Entertainment, using their ...

                                               

Wolfram Physics Project

The Wolfram Physics Project is a project launched by computer scientist and physicist Stephen Wolfram to find the fundamental theory of physics. The project builds on Wolframs previous research into computational systems, as explored in his book, ...

                                               

ZBB

ZBB is a three-letter abbreviation with multiple meanings, as described below: Zero Bug Bounce, a measure of software quality assurance Zompist Bulletin Board, a forum for constructed worlds and languages Zero-based budgeting, an alternative to t ...

                                               

Pincushion (disambiguation)

A pincushion is a small cushion which is used in sewing to store pins or needles Pincushion or Pin Cushion may also refer to: Pin Cushion film, 2017 film Pincushion song, a song by ZZ Top Pincushion sea star, Coscinasterias calamaria Pincushion d ...

                                               

Mescalero (disambiguation)

Mescalero is a main subdivision of the Apache Native American nation. Mescalero may also mean: Applebay GA-111 Mescalero, an American glider, of which one prototype was built in 1975 Mescalero album, by ZZ Top The Mescaleros, Joe Strummers back-u ...

                                               

Ruben Villa

Ruben Villa is an American professional boxer who has held the WBO International featherweight title since 2019. As an amateur he was a two-time U.S. National Golden Gloves champion. As of June 2020, he is ranked as the worlds eighth best active ...

                                               

WKQX

WKQX may refer to: WKQX FM, a Chicago, Illinois, radio station 101.1 FM that held the call sign WKQX from 1977 to 2011, and again since 2014 Q101 Chicago, the intellectual property of WKQX from 1992 to 2011 that was spun off to a third party in 2 ...

                                               

Hopkins, Cleveland

Hopkins is a neighborhood on the West Side of Cleveland, Ohio. Known as Riverside until 2014, it is one of four sub-neighborhoods that comprise the larger historical area of West Park, the others being Kamms Corners, Bellaire–Puritas and Jefferso ...

                                               

Dallas Texans

Dallas Texans AFL, 1960–1962 team that is now the Kansas City Chiefs Dallas Texans NFL, 1952 team in the National Football League Dallas Texans Arena, 1990–1993 Arena Football League team

                                               

Thomas Gansauge

Thomas Gansauge is a retired German footballer who played as a defender. Gansauge started his career at Hansa Rostock, going on to make 81 appearances in the Bundesliga with Hansa Rostock and Arminia Bielefeld.

                                               

Glenwood Cemetery

Glenwood Cemetery could refer to: Glenwood Cemetery Vernon Township, New Jersey Glenwood Cemetery Park City, Utah, on the National Register of Historic Places listings for Summit County, Utah Glenwood Cemetery Maynard, Massachusetts, listed on th ...

                                               

George Floyd protests in Utah

On May 29, around 150 to 200 people protested downtown at 900 South and State Street. Beginning on Saturday morning, downtown was packed as hundreds drove and marched peacefully from the Salt Lake City police headquarters to the state capitol on ...

                                               

East Main Street Historic District

East Main Street Historic District, or variations with Residential or Commercial, may refer to: East Main Street-Cherry Street Historic District, Spencer, MA, listed on the NRHP in Massachusetts East Main-Cherry Street Historic District, Spencer, ...

                                               

Zion Lutheran Church

Zion Lutheran Church may refer to: Zion Lutheran Church Baltimore, Maryland, NRHP-listed Zion Lutheran Church Volin, South Dakota, NRHP-listed Zion Lutheran Church Appleton, Wisconsin, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP Zion ...

                                               

Clement House

Clement House or Clements House may refer to: United Kingdom LSE Clement House United States Clementwood, Rutland, Vermont, listed on the NRHP in Rutland County, Vermont Wilson-Clements House, Northport, Alabama, listed on the NRHP in Tuscaloosa ...

                                               

Fall River (disambiguation)

Fall River, Tennessee, site of a National Register of Historic Places listing in Lawrence County, Tennessee Fall River County, South Dakota Fall River, Kansas Fall River, Wisconsin

                                               

Taking Punk To The Masses: From Nowhere to Nevermind And Beyond

Taking Punk To The Masses: From Nowhere To Nevermind And Beyond is a book by Jacob McMurray and editor Gary Groth. McMurray is the senior curator for the Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle. It was published in May 2011, in commencement with the sim ...

                                               

Jeffrey Field

Jeffrey Field is an outdoor college soccer stadium in University Park, Pennsylvania, United States, on the campus of Pennsylvania State University. It has been home to Penn State Nittany Lions mens soccer and Penn State Nittany Lions womens socce ...

                                               

Mauro Brasil

Mauro Alejandro Brasil Alcaire is a Uruguayan professional footballer who plays as a defender for Primera Division club Cerro Largo, on loan from Peñarol.

                                               

Axel Muller (footballer)

Hans Axel Muller Odriozola is a Uruguayan professional footballer who plays as a defender for Primera Division club Cerro Largo.

                                               

Nicolas Gonzalez

Nicolas Gonzalez may refer to: Nicolas Gonzalez cyclist born 1997, Chilean cyclist Nicolas Gonzalez footballer, born 1996, currently playing for Murcielagos F.C. Nicolas Gonzalez footballer, born 1995, currently playing for Rocha F.C. Nicolas Gon ...

                                               

Carlos Camy

He is a member of the National Alliance sector in the San Jose Department. He currently serves as Senator of the Republic, a position he has held since 2005. From 2010 to 2013 he was the director of ANCAP, later he formed the board of the Nationa ...

                                               

Roger F. Harrington

Roger F. Harrington is an American electrical engineer and professor emeritus at Syracuse University. He is best known for his contributions to computational electromagnetics with his development of method of moments. Harringtons 1968 book, Field ...

                                               

Richard Harvey (disambiguation)

Richard Harvey is a British musician and composer. Richard Harvey may also refer to: Richard Harvey astrologer 1560–1630, English theologian and controversialist Richard Harvey footballer born 1969, English former football player Richard Harvey A ...

                                               

Paola Tattini

Paola Tattini is a former Italian female sport shooter who won medals at individual senior level at the World Championships and European Championships.

                                               

Bianca Rosa Hansberg

Bianca Rosa Hansberg is a former Italian female sport shooter who won medals at individual senior level at the World Championships and European Championships.

                                               

Sandor Dora

Sandor Dora was an Hungarian sport shooter who won 14 medals at individual senior level at the World Championships and European Championships. He was the brother of Pal Dora, sport shooter champion too.

                                               

Rolande Maxwell Young

Rolande Maxwell Young was born in Washington, D.C. She was a composer, pianist, and the matriarch of a musical family with five children. After studying at Catholic University, she became a pupil of Harold Bauer at the Manhattan School of Music, ...

                                               

Satoshi Ashikawa

Satoshi Ashikawa was a Japanese musician, composer, producer and record store owner. He is considered one of the earliest flag bearers of ambient music in Japan.

                                               

Jessica Chiccehitto Hindman

Jessica Chiccehitto Hindman is an American author. Her novel Sounds Like Titanic: A Memoir was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award in Autobiography in 2019. She is also an Associate professor of English at Northern Kentucky Univ ...

                                               

Tzvi Elimelech Spira of Dinov

He was a nephew of Elimelech of Lizhensk and a student of Menachem Mendel of Rimanov, Yaakov Yitzchak of Lublin and Yisroel Hopstein. Alternately, he was the rabbi of several cities of the Poland, led work from Dynow. A prolific writer, known as ...

                                               

Sophia Sturge

Sophia Sturge 1849-1936 was a British Quaker social reformer and peace campaigner who carried out various activities in opposition to World War 1. Sturge was born in Edgbaston, Birmingham, England on 5 January 1849. She was the first daughter of ...

                                               

Vic Gerami

Vic Gerami is an American journalist, LGBT activist, and columnist based in Los Angeles, California. He is the host and producer of the radio show The Blunt Post with Vic and the editor and publisher of The Blunt Post.

                                               

Mark Vahradian

Infinite, upcoming The Devil Inside, executive, 2012 Red 2, 2013 Transformers: The Last Knight, executive, 2017 Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, 2014 Salt, executive, 2010 Annapolis, 2006 Pet Sematary, 2019 Red, 2010 Man on a Ledge, 2012 Transformers: ...

                                               

Varvara Sahakyan

Varvara Sahakyan was an Armenian politician. In 1919 she was elected to parliament, becoming one of the first three female MPs in the country.

                                               

Luca Sardelis

Luca Asta Sardelis is a Greek–Australian child actress known for roles in Barracuda, Sam Fox: Extreme Adventures, Nowhere Boys Deadlock, and The Hunting.

                                               

Ietje Paalman-de Miranda

Aïda Beatrijs" Ietje” Paalman-de Miranda was a Surinamese-born Dutch mathematician and full professor. She was born in Uitvlugt, Paramaribo. When she was 17 years old she moved from Suriname to the Netherlands to study mathematics at the Universi ...

                                               

Auguste-Emile Pinchart

Auguste-Emile Pinchart, or Emile-Auguste Pinchart was a French painter and designer who is best remembered for his Orientalist scenes.

                                               

Hypophthalmus edentatus

The Highwaterman catfish, is a species of pelagic potamodromous catfish of the family Pimelodidae that is native to Guyana, Suriname, Venezuela, northern Brazil and Gulf of Paria.

                                               

Eduard Wahl

Eduard Wahl was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Agios Panteleimon Monastery

Agios Panteleimon Monastery, dedicated to Saint Pantaleon, is an Eastern Orthodox monastery situated on the island of Crete, Greece.