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Vaga

Vaga may refer to: Organizations and Businesses VAGA, an artists rights organization and copyright collective Places and jurisdictions Vaga River, a river in Russia Vaga Tunisia, an ancient city and former bishopric in Tunisia, nos the city of Be ...

                                               

Plasma-actuated heat transfer

Plasma-actuated heat transfer is a method of cooling hot surfaces assisted by an electrostatic fluid accelerator such as a dielectric barrier discharge plasma actuator or corona discharge plasma actuator. Plasma-actuated heat transfer is one of t ...

                                               

Juan de Cespedes

Juan Cespedes may refer to various Spanish people who participated in the conquest of the Americas: Juan Cespedes y Aguilera, Cuba Juan de Cespedes, vecino of Llerena Juan de Cespedes y Coca, el Mozo, son of el Viejo Juan de Cespedes y Miranda Ju ...

                                               

Spaced seed

In bioinformatics, a spaced seed is a pattern of relevant and irrelevant positions in a biosequence and a method of approximate string matching that allows for substitutions. They are a straightforward modification to the earliest heuristic-based ...

                                               

Melem

In chemistry, melem is a compound with formula C 6 N 10 H 6 ; specifically, 2.5.8-triamino-heptazine or 2.5.8-triamino-tri- s -triazine, whose molecule can be described as that of heptazine with the three hydrogen atoms replaced by amino groups. ...

                                               

Drug Labelling

Drug labelling, also referred to as prescription labelling, is a written, printed or graphic matter upon any drugs or any of its container, or accompanying such a drug. Drug labels seek to identify drug contents and to state specific instructions ...

                                               

Landsberg

Landsberg may refer to: Landsberg district, Bavaria, Germany Landsberg, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany Landsberg-Lech Air Base, Germany Kaufering I–Landsberg, a Nazi concentration camp Landsberg am Lech, Bavaria, Germany Landsberg Prison, a prison in Lan ...

                                               

Treaty of Stockholm

The Treaty of Stockholm may refer to: Treaty of Stockholm 1719 - Hannover Treaty of Stockholm 1884 - establishes mutual defensive alliance between Russia and Germany; Russia and Austria-Hungary recognize each others territorial possessions. Treat ...

                                               

Nokia 5310 (2020)

The Nokia 5310 is a Nokia-branded feature phone developed by HMD Global. It was announced on 19 March 2020 alongside the Nokia 1.3, 5.3, 8.3 and 400 4G as a revival of the original Nokia 5310 that was produced from the late 2000s.

                                               

Thomas Fitzmaurice

Thomas Fitzmaurice or Thomas FitzMaurice may refer to: Tom Fitzmaurice 1898–1977, Australian rules footballer Thomas Fitzmaurice, 16th Baron Kerry 1502–1590, Irish baron Thomas Fitzmaurice, 18th Baron Kerry 1574–1630, his grandson, Irish military ...

                                               

James Halyburton

James Halyburton or Haliburton may refer to: James Burton Egyptologist born James Haliburton, 1786–1862, British Egyptologist James Dandridge Halyburton 1803–1879, United States federal judge James Halyburton 1707 MP died c. 1743, commissioner fo ...

                                               

Duke of Terranova

Duke of Terranova is a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain, accompanied by the dignity of Grandee and granted in 1502 by Ferdinand II to "El Gran Capitan", a general who negotiated the Surrender of Granada and led the Spanish to victory in t ...

                                               

Siege of Mirandola

The siege of Mirandola may refer to: Siege of Mirandola 1355, by the Visconti of Milan Siege of Mirandola 1551, by army of Pope Julius III Siege of Mirandola 1502, by Ludovico Pico and Francesco I Pico, with Ercole I dEste and Francesco Gonzaga S ...

                                               

John Shelton

John Shelton may refer to: John Shelton British Army officer 1791?–1845, British Army colonel John Shelton Australian rules footballer born 1933, Australian footballer John Shelton actor 1915–1972, American actor Sir John Shelton 1476/7–1539, cou ...

                                               

Henry Seymour

Henry Seymour secularist 1861–1938, secularist, anarchist and gramophone innovator Henry Seymour Knoyle 1776–1849, MP for Taunton Henry Seymour, Lord Beauchamp 1626–1654, English nobleman Henry Seymour died 1728, English MP Henry Seymour Redland ...

                                               

Habit-tic deformity

Habit-tic deformity is a condition of the nail caused by external trauma to the nail matrix. The condition is characterized by ridges which run horizontally across the entire nail, most often occurring on the thumbs, as well as marked damage to o ...

                                               

Magnus II

Magnus II may refer to: Magnus II of the Isle of Man was Magnus III of Norway 1073 – 24 August 1103 Magnus II, Duke of Brunswick ca. 1328–1373, called Magnus with the necklace Magnus II, Duke of Saxe-Lauenburg 1543 – 14 May 1603 Magnus II, Duke o ...

                                               

Anna of Austria

Anna of Austria may refer to: Anna of Austria 1573–1598, daughter of Charles II, Archduke of Inner Austria and wife of King Sigismund III Vasa Anne of Austria 1601–1666, daughter of King Philip III of Spain and wife of King Louis XIII of France A ...

                                               

Anna of Hungary (disambiguation)

Anna of Hungary may refer to: Anna of Hungary Byzantine empress c. 1260–1281, daughter of Stephen V of Hungary, first wife of Andronikos II Palaiologos. Anna of Austria 1549–1580, daughter of Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor, king of Hungary, fo ...

                                               

Anthony Cook

Anthony Cook or Cooke may refer to: Anthony Cook American football born 1972, former American football defensive end Anthony Cook basketball born 1967, retired American basketball player Anthony John Cooke 1931–2012, organist and composer Anthony ...

                                               

Beatrice of Portugal (disambiguation)

Beatrice of Portugal may refer to: Beatrice, Countess of Alburquerque 1347–1381, daughter of Peter I of Portugal and Inês de Castro, married to Sancho, Count of Alburquerque Beatrice, Countess of Arundel c. 1386–1439, natural daughter of John I o ...

                                               

Pearl of Wisdom

Margarita Philosophica The Pearl of Wisdom, encyclopaedia by Gregor Reisch 1504 Pearl of Wisdom: Buddhist Prayers and Practices, by Thubten Chodron 2011

                                               

John Caryll

John Caryll may refer to: John Baptist Caryll 1713–1788, third and last Baron Caryll of Durford who lived in Europe, his son settled in the USA, became successful businessmen in Chicago and later in moved to Texas. Today there are two descendants ...

                                               

Kasbah of Agadir

The Kasbah of Agadir or Agadir Oufla is a historical landmark in Agadir that housed the old city of Agadir, much of which was affected by the earthquake that struck the city. The fort is located on the top of a mountain rising 236 meters above se ...

                                               

Annunciation (Previtali)

Annunciation is a 1505-1510 oil on canvas painting by Andrea Previtali, produced for the high altar of the church of Santa Maria Annunziata in Meschio, now a district of Vittorio Veneto, where it is still on show. It was produced before the Berga ...

                                               

Jacob Stampfer

Hans Jakob Stampfer was a gold smith and medalist from Zurich. He was the son of gold smith Hans Ulrich Stampfer and of Regula Funk. He is recorded as a member of the Kambel guild in 1533, and as the guilds representative in the city council in 1 ...

                                               

Madonna of the Towers

Madonna of the Towers is a painting in tempera on panel of c. 1505–1519 by Bramantino, produced after his return from Rome. Previously in the church of San Michele alla Chiusa in Milan, in 1872 it was donated by Lodovico Melzi dEril to the Pinaco ...

                                               

Jacobus Maes

Jacobus was born in Antwerp in 1505, the son of Joannes Maes and Gommaire van Merle. After serving as pensionary to the city of Antwerp, he was appointed a member of the Brussels Privy Council by Mary of Hungary. He unsuccessfully opposed the rig ...

                                               

Maria of Austria

Mary or Maria of Austria may refer to: Maria of Spain 1528 - 1603, daughter of Charles V and Isabella of Portugal; wife of Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor Mary of Austria 1505-1558, Queen consort of Louis II of Hungary and Bohemia, governor of ...

                                               

Thomas Fairfax (disambiguation)

Thomas Fairfax, 3rd Lord Fairfax of Cameron was a general and Parliamentary commander-in-chief during the English Civil War. Thomas Fairfax may also refer to: Thomas Fairfax, 13th Lord Fairfax of Cameron 1923–1964, Scottish peer and Conservative ...

                                               

Hugh ODonnell

Hugh ODonnell may refer to: Hugh ODonnell priest 1884–1947, American priest and President of the University of Notre Dame Hugh ODonnell footballer 1913–1965, Scottish professional footballer Hugh Duff ODonnell died 1537, leading figure in Gaelic ...

                                               

Maria of Habsburg

Maria of Habsburg may refer to: Maria of Austria 1531-1581, daughter of Ferdinand I Archduchess Maria Theresia of Austria 1684-1696, daughter of emperor Leopold I Archduchess Maria Theresia of Austria 1762-1770, daughter of emperor Joseph II Mary ...

                                               

Immaculate Conception (disambiguation)

The Immaculate Conception is the conception of the Virgin Mary free from original sin by virtue of the merits of her son Jesus. Immaculate Conception may also refer to: Immaculate Conception film, a 1992 film starring James Wilby and Melissa Leo ...

                                               

Jakob Sandtner

Jakob Sandtner was a master turner and lived in the 16th century. For his time, he made amazingly precise city models of some Bavarian cities. The models are important cultural-historical documents and are among the oldest reliable city models.

                                               

Thomas Greene

Thomas Greene may refer to: Tom Greene American football born 1938, American football quarterback and punter Thomas Rea Greene 1904–1950, steamboat captain from Ohio Thomas Greene governor 1609–1651, Proprietary Governor of the colony of Maryland ...

                                               

Cristoforo Colombo (disambiguation)

Cristoforo Colombo was an Italian explorer better known as "Christopher Columbus". Cristoforo Colombo may also refer to: Cristoforo Colombo opera, an 1892 opera in four acts and an epilogue by Italian Alberto Franchetti Via Cristoforo Colombo, a ...

                                               

Madonna and Child with Saint Sebastian and Saint Vincent Ferrer

Madonna and Child with Saint Sebastian and Saint Vincent Ferrer or Madonna and Child with Saint Sebastian and Saint Thomas Aquinas is a 1506 oil on panel painting by Andrea Previtali, produced in Venice while he was still in the studio of Giovann ...

                                               

Xavier

Xavier may refer to: Nvidia SoC, see Drive PX Xavier and Tegra Xavier Rural Municipality of St. François Xavier, Manitoba, Canada Saint Francis Xavier 1506–1552, Roman Catholic missionary, whose veneration led to "Xavier" being ubiquitous in the ...

                                               

Charles III

Charles III may refer to: Charles III, Duke of Lorraine 1543–1608 Charles III of East Francia 832–888 Charles III of Anjou 1290–1325 Charles III, Duke of Savoy 1486–1553 Charles III, Count of Flanders 1506–1556 Charles III, Prince of Monaco 1818– ...

                                               

Philip, Count Palatine of Burgundy

Philip, Count Palatine of Burgundy may refer to: Philip V of France, consort Count Palatine of Burgundy as husband of Joan II, Countess Palatine of Burgundy Philip I of Savoy, consort Count Palatine of Burgundy as second husband of Adelaide, Coun ...

                                               

Juan Soreda

Juan Soreda was a Spanish Renaissance painter, working in Siguenza, Valladolid and Burgo de Osma-Ciudad de Osma. Soreda is mentioned as Fernando del Rincons companion in 1506.

                                               

List of DNA sequencers

The market of DNA sequencer instruments is currently dominated by: Illumina, followed by PacBio, MGI/BGI and Oxford Nanopore. There are also offerings from Qiagen GeneReader and GenapSys. The majority of sequencers can also produce RNA sequences ...

                                               

Lady Grey

Lady Katherine Grey 1540–1568, younger sister of Lady Jane Grey and a cousin of Elizabeth I of England Lady Mary Grey 1545–1578, younger sister of Lady Jane Grey, the third and youngest daughter of Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk and Lady Frances ...

                                               

Duke of Montalto (title)

Duke of Montalto is a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain, accompanied by the dignity of Grandee and granted in 1507 by Ferdinand II to "El Gran Capitan", a general who negotiated the Surrender of Granada and led the Spanish to victory in th ...

                                               

Duke of Andria

Duke of Andria is a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain, accompanied by the dignity of Grandee and granted in 1507 by Ferdinand II to "El Gran Capitan", a general who negotiated the Surrender of Granada and led the Spanish to victory in the ...

                                               

Fernando Alvarez

Fernando Alvarez may refer to: Fernando Martin Alvarez born 1947, president of the Spanish football club Real Madrid Fernando Roman Alvarez born 1993, Spanish footballer Fernando Alvarez Monje born 1968, Mexican politician Fernando Alvarez de Tol ...

                                               

Deformed Hermitian Yang–Mills equation

In mathematics and theoretical physics, and especially gauge theory, the deformed Hermitian Yang–Mills equation is a differential equation describing the equations of motion for a D-brane in the B-model of string theory. The equation was derived ...

                                               

French ship Brillant (1690)

Brillant was a 64-gun ship of the line of the French Navy. She was first classified as a Second-rank ship, and later reclassified as a Third-rank. She was built between 1689 and 1690 at Le Havre, under supervision by engineer Etienne Salicon. She ...

                                               

Queen Beatrice

Beatrice of Bourbon, Queen of Bohemia, 1320–1383, Queen consort of Bohemia by marriage to John of Bohemia Beatrice of Portugal 1373 – c. 1420, Queen consort of John I of Castile Beatrice of Naples 1457–1508, also known as Beatrice of Aragon, twic ...

                                               

Bartolomeo Arese, il Vecchio

Bartolomeo Arese, il Vecchio was Treasurer-General for the Duchy of Milan under Francesco II Sforza. Descendent from a long lineage of Milanese nobility, the Arese family, Bartolomeo was Royal Exchequer for Military pay and later treasurer of Mil ...