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Europium halide

Europium halide is a compound of the rare earth metal europium and a halogen. The following compounds are known. EuropiumIII fluoride EuropiumII iodide EuropiumIII bromide EuropiumII chloride europiumII fluoride EuropiumII bromide EuropiumIII chl ...

                                               

Evaporator (disambiguation)

An evaporator is a device which turns the liquid form of a substance into its gaseous or vapour form. This is a widely used process and there are many applications for it. Fundamental chemical production processes: Vacuum evaporation Flash evapor ...

                                               

Everything Beautiful is Far Away

Everything Beautiful is Far Away may refer to: Everything Beautiful is Far Away film a 2017 sci-fi film "Everything Beautiful is Far Away", a song by Grandaddy

                                               

Exitos y Recuerdos

Exitos y Recuredos is a compilation album series that was first released in 1995 under the title Exitos del Recuerdo which spotlighted Selena. In 1996, the series changed the name to Exitos y Recuerdos spotlighting other artists of different Mexi ...

                                               

Explosive mine

A mine is an explosive placed underground or underwater that explodes when disturbed, or when remotely triggered. The term originated from the use of mining to go under the enemys city walls. Mines, unlike bombs, are placed in situ and then requi ...

                                               

Export–Import Bank

Export–Import Bank or Exim Bank is the common name for the export credit agency found in many countries. They can be full agencies of the government or semi-private institutions, such as state-owned corporations or public–private partnerships.

                                               

Extended Versions

Extended Versions is a series of discounted live albums published by BMG Special Products starting in the late 1990s. To date, there have been over 100 albums released in this series.

                                               

Eziama

Eziama may refer to one of several populated places in Nigeria: NOTE: GEOnet and GEOnetdab UFI links currently "broken" NGA change?; GEOnet2 G_NAME/Name_GUID links currently work.

                                               

Facility location

Facility location is a name given to several different problems in computer science and in game theory: Facility location cooperative game, with the goal of sharing costs among clients Facility location optimization problem, the optimal placement ...

                                               

Fall of Mexico City

Fall of Mexico City may refer to the following historical events: Siege of Mexico City, successful siege of the Imperial-held city by Mexican Republicans - 1867 Fall of Tenochtitlan, Spanish conquest of the Aztec capital - 1521 Battle for Mexico ...

                                               

False Dmitry

The generic name False Dmitry refers to various pretenders to the Russian throne during the Time of Troubles who passed themselves off as Tsarevich Dmitry Ivanovich of Russia, the youngest son of Ivan the Terrible, after the real Dmitrys death at ...

                                               

Fayette County, Virginia

Fayette County, Virginia has existed twice in the U.S. state of Virginias history. Formed in 1780, and 1831, respectively, both counties were named in honor of the Marquis de Lafayette, who had played a key role assisting the Continental Army dur ...

                                               

Fenistil

Fenistil is a brand name for some over the counter medications distributed by GlaxoSmithKline and Novartis. Products include: FeniHydrocort, containing cortisol Fenistil Cold Sore Cream, containing penciclovir Fenistil Gel, containing dimetindene

                                               

Fermat's theorem

The works of the 17th-century mathematician Pierre de Fermat engendered many theorems. Fermats theorem may refer to one of the following theorems: Fermats little theorem, a property of prime numbers Fermats theorem stationary points, about local ...

                                               

Ferrari Maranello Series

The Ferrari Maranello name refers to two models: 1996–2001: Ferrari 550 Maranello, the original 5.5 litre V12 engined Ferrari Maranello car 2002–2006: Ferrari 575M Maranello, an updated 550 Maranello with a bigger 5.7 litre engine, and some minor ...

                                               

Festung

Festung is a generic German word for a fortress. Although it is not in common usage in English, it is used in a number of historical contexts involving German speakers: Kaliningrad Festung Konigsberg For German WWII strongholds which were to be h ...

                                               

Fête nationale

The fête nationale is a holiday in many places, frequently as a public holiday. It is a French language term for National Holiday, so is used in places that use French. It may refer to: Swiss National Day August 1 in Switzerland, Fête nationale s ...

                                               

Field of Mars

The term Field of Mars goes back to antiquity, and designates an area, inside or near a city, used as a parade or exercise ground by the military. Notable examples of places which were used for these purposes include: Field of Mars Saint Petersbu ...

                                               

Firebase (U.S.-Afghanistan War)

Firebase s in the U.S Afghanistan War, are a type of military base, usually fire bases. It may refer to: Firebase Phoenix, Kunar Province Firebase Fiddlers Green, Helmand Province Firebase Anaconda, Uruzgan province; involved in the Battle of Fir ...

                                               

Firebase (U.S.-Vietnam War)

Firebase s in the U.S involvement Vietnam War, were a type of military base, usually fire bases. It may refer to: Firebase Jaeger, Dinh Tuong Province; involved in Operation Hop Tac I Firebase Gela, southern South Vietnam Firebase Hawk Hill, cent ...

                                               

First-order

In mathematics and other formal sciences, first-order or first order most often means either: "linear" a polynomial of degree at most one, as in first-order approximation and other calculus uses, where it is contrasted with "polynomials of higher ...

                                               

Five-cent coin

A five-cent coin or five-cent piece is a small-value coin minted for various decimal currencies using the cent as their hundredth subdivision. Examples include: the Australian five-cent coin the Hong Kong five-cent coin withdrawn in 1989 due to l ...

                                               

Flag of Macedonia

Flag of Macedonia may refer to two different flags used in the historic region of Macedonia. Both consist of a yellow sun on a solid-color background. Both bore the Vergina Sun until 1995 when under Greek pressure the Republics flag replaced the ...

                                               

Flight 63

Flight 63 may refer to: STS-63 1995 U.S. Space Shuttle mission to the Mir space station American Airlines Flight 63 Flagship Missouri, a DC-3 that crashed outside of Centerville, Tennessee on October 15, 1943 American Airlines Flight 63 Flagship ...

                                               

Flood Control Act

In the United States, there are multiple laws known as the Flood Control Act. Typically, they are enacted to control irrigation because of floods or other natural disasters and are administered by the United States Army Corps of Engineers. These ...

                                               

Fluorescent protein

                                               

Fluoropyrimidine

Fluoropyrimidines are a class of anti-cancer drugs, or more specifically antimetabolites, and include: Fluorouracil Carmofur Doxifluridine Tegafur Capecitabine

                                               

Folklore Museum

The Folklore Museum is a generic title for a museum of social history, and less often of folklore in the mythic sense. There are many around the world. Folklore Museum, India Gran Castello Historic House, Malta

                                               

Foramen

In anatomy, a foramen is any opening. Foramina inside the body of humans and other animals typically allow muscles, nerves, arteries, veins, or other structures to connect one part of the body with another.

                                               

Forced adoption

Forced adoption is the practice of forcefully taking children from their parents and placing them for adoption. It may refer to: Forced adoption in the United Kingdom Forced adoption in Australia Sixties Scoop

                                               

Ford Duratec engine

Duratec is a brand name of the Ford Motor Company used for the companys range of gasoline-powered four-cylinder, five-cylinder and six-cylinder passenger car engines. The original 1993 Duratec V6 engine was designed by Ford and Porsche. Ford firs ...

                                               

Formal sum

In mathematics, a formal sum, formal series, or formal linear combination may be: In the study of power series, a sum of infinitely many monomials with distinct positive integer exponents, again considered as an abstract object regardless of conv ...

                                               

Fort Nassau

The name Fort Nassau was used by the Dutch in the 17th century for several fortifications, mostly trading stations, named for the House of Orange-Nassau. It was also the name of a British fort, which was formerly a Dutch fort. Forts of this name ...

                                               

Fossa (anatomy)

In anatomy, a fossa ; from the Latin fossa ", ditch or trench) is a depression or hollow, usually in a bone, such as the hypophyseal fossa. Some examples include: In the Skull: Cranial fossa Interpeduncular fossa Anterior cranial fossa Middle cra ...

                                               

Four-carbon molecule

Four-carbon molecules are based on a skeleton made from four carbon atoms. They may be in a chain, branched chains, cycles or even bicyclic compounds Hydrocarbons that include four atoms are: 3-methylcyclopropene C 4 H 6 but-1-yne C 4 H 6 propale ...

                                               

Four-in-a-row

Four-in-a-row is the name for a series of games in which the object is to line up four things in a row. Some of these games include: Score Four Kaplanskys game Gobblet Connect Four 3-D Tic-Tac-Toe Quarto board game

                                               

Fourth Bridge

Notable bridges named Fourth Bridge include: Fourth Panama Canal Bridge, a proposed Panama Canal crossing. Fourth Thai–Lao Friendship Bridge, across Mekong River and Thai-Lao border. Godavari Fourth Bridge, in Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh, India. ...

                                               

Fourth encirclement campaign

The Fourth Encirclement Campaign is an abbreviated name used for several different encirclement campaigns launched by the Nationalist Government with the goal of destroying the developing Chinese Red Army and its communist bases. The battles took ...

                                               

Freak (Marvel Comics)

The Freak is the name of three fictional characters appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Two are associated with Iron Man, while the most recent version appears in The Amazing Spider-Man: Eddie March first appears as the ...

                                               

Freedom of Information Act

Freedom of Information Act may refer to the following legislations in different jurisdictions which mandate the national government to disclose certain data to the general public upon request: Freedom of Information Act 2000, the UK act Freedom o ...

                                               

Freemake

Freemake is a software brand by Ellora Assets Corporation. It can refer to: Freemake Music Box Freemake Audio Converter Freemake Video Downloader Freemake Video Converter

                                               

French Expeditionary Corps

There have been several French Expeditionary Corps: Expeditionary Corps of the Orient 1945–1956, during the First Indochina War

                                               

French Legion

The French Legion may refer to: French Armenian Legion French Foreign Legion Legion of Honour of France Legion of French Volunteers Against Bolshevism Legion of France, see Boer foreign volunteers Czechoslovak Legion in France

                                               

Front Page Sports

Front Page Sports was a series of video games created by Sierra On-Line. Front Page Sports Baseball Front Page Sports Football Front Page Sports: Golf

                                               

Fujiwara no Taishi

Fujiwara no Taishi may refer to either of the following Japanese noblewomen: Fujiwara no Taishi died 1155, wife of Emperor Toba Fujiwara no Taishi died 794, wife of Prince Ate, who became Emperor Heizei after her death

                                               

Functional constituency

A functional constituency is an electoral device used within the political systems of two Special Administrative Regions of the Peoples Republic of China: Functional constituency Hong Kong Functional constituency Macau

                                               

Future technology

Future technology -related topics include: Emerging technologies, technologies that are perceived as capable of changing the status quo Technology forecasting, attempts to predict the future characteristics of useful technological machines, proce ...

                                               

Gaius (biblical figure)

Gaius is the Greek spelling for the male Roman name Caius, a figure in the New Testament of the Bible. Gaius is referred to in a final greeting portion of the Epistle to the Romans 16:23 as Pauls "host" and also host of the whole church, in whate ...

                                               

Gajasura

In Hindu epics, Gajasura is a generic name given to an asura, who assumes the form of an elephant. It may refer to demons: killed by Rudras killed by god Shiva: see Gajasurasamhara killed by Shiva and his head attached his elephant-headed son and ...

                                               

GAMESS

GAMESS is a computational chemistry software program and stands for General Atomic and Molecular Electronic Structure System. The original Quantum Chemistry Program Exchange code of GAMESS split in 1981 and now the three version differ considerab ...

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