Silver River (Michigan)

Silver River may refer to the following streams in the U.S. state of Michigan:Silver River (Keweenaw County), drains to Lake Superior Silver River (Baraga County), drains to Huron Bay on Lake Superior Silver River (Baraga County/Houghton County), drains to the Sturgeon River This article includes a list of related items that share the same name (or similar names). If an internal link incorrectly led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. thanks wikipedia.

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Basilica of the Sacred Heart

See also: Sacred Heart Cathedral (disambiguation) and Sacred Heart church (disambiguation) Basilica of the Sacred Heart may refer to one of several basilicas:Contents 1 Belgium 2 France 3 India 4 Poland 5 Portugal 6 Turkey 7 United StatesBelgium[edit]Basilica of the Sacred Heart, Belgium, or “Basilique Nationale du Sacré-Cœur”France[edit] Basilica of the Sacré Cœur of Paris.Basilica of the Sacré Cœur or Basilica of the Sacred Heart, in Paris, France Basilica of the Sacré Cœur, Lutterbach, or Basilica of the Sacred Heart, in Lutterbach, France Basilica of the Sacré Cœur, Marseille, or Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Marseille, France Basilica of the Sacré Cœur, Nancy, or Basilica of the Sacred Heart, in Nancy, France Basilica of the Sacré Cœur, Paray-le-Monial or Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Paray-le-Monial, France Basilica of the Sacré Cœur, Rouen or Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Rouen, FranceIndia[edit]Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Pondicherry, IndiaPoland[edit]Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Kraków, PolandPortugal[edit]Estrela Basilica, the first church dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, LisbonTurkey[edit]Sacre Coeur Kilisesi, Bebek, İstanbul, TurkeyUnited States[edit]Basilica of the Sacred Heart, Indiana, Notre Dame, Indiana Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart, Newark, New Jersey Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Syracuse, New York Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (Atlanta), Georgia Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Conewago, Pennsylvania This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Basilica of the Sacred Heart. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. thanks wikipedia.

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High-performance liquid chromatography

High-performance liquid chromatography An HPLC. From left to right: A pumping device generating a gradient of two different solvents- a steel-enforced column and a detector for measuring the absorbance.Acronym HPLC Classification Chromatography Analytes organic molecules biomolecules ions polymers Other techniques Related Chromatography Aqueous normal-phase chromatography Hydrophilic Interaction Chromatography Ion exchange chromatography Size exclusion chromatography Micellar liquid chromatography Hyphenated Liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry A modern self-contained HPLC. Schematic representation of an HPLC unit. (1) Solvent reservoirs, (2) Solvent degasser, (3) Gradient valve, (4) Mixing vessel for delivery of the mobile phase, (5) High-pressure pump, (6) Switching valve in “inject position”, (6′) Switching valve in “load position”, (7) Sample injection loop, (8) Pre-column (guard column), (9) Analytical column, (10) Detector (i.e. IR, UV), (11) Data acquisition, (12) Waste or fraction collector. High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC; formerly referred to as high-pressure liquid chromatography), is a technique in analytical chemistry used to separate, identify, and quantify each component in a mixture. It relies on pumps to pass a pressurized liquid solvent containing the sample mixture through a column filled with a solid adsorbent material. Each component in the sample interacts slightly differently with the adsorbent material, causing different flow rates for the different components and leading to the separation of the components as they flow out the column. HPLC has been used for manufacturing (e.g. during the production process of pharmaceutical and biological products), legal (e.g. detecting performance enhancement drugs in urine), research (e.g. separating the components of a complex biological sample, or of similar synthetic chemicals from each other), and medical (e.g. detecting vitamin D levels in blood serum) purposes.[1] Chromatography can be described as a mass transfer process involving adsorption. HPLC relies on pumps to pass a pressurized liquid and a sample mixture through a column filled with adsorbent, leading to the separation of the sample components. The active component of the column, the adsorbent, is typically a granular material made of solid particles (e.g. silica, polymers, etc.), 2–50 micrometers in size. The components of the sample mixture are separated from each other due to the. thanks wikipedia.

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This article is an orphan, as no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; try the Find link tool for suggestions. (February 2009)Chlamydopodium Scientific classification Domain: Eukaryota Kingdom: Viridiplantae Phylum: Chlorophyta Class: Chlorophyceae Genus: Chlamydopodium Species C. vacuolatumIn taxonomy, Chlamydopodium is a genus of algae, specifically of the Chlorophyceae.[1]Contents 1 References 2 External links2.1 Scientific references 2.2 Scientific databasesReferences[edit] ^ See the NCBI webpage on Chlamydopodium. Data extracted from the “NCBI taxonomy resources”. National Center for Biotechnology Information. Retrieved 2007-03-19.  External links[edit] Scientific references[edit]PubMed references for Chlamydopodium PubMed Central references for Chlamydopodium Google Scholar references for ChlamydopodiumScientific databases[edit]NCBI taxonomy page for Chlamydopodium Search Tree of Life taxonomy pages for Chlamydopodium Search Species2000 page for Chlamydopodium AlgaeBase AlgaTerra database Index Nominum Genericorum This Chlorophyceae-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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2014 in fish paleontology

List of years in paleontology.. 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ..2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017.. 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 ..In science 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Art Archaeology Architecture Literature Music Philosophy Science +..Paleontology portal History of science portal This list of fossil fishes described in 2014 is a list of new taxa of placoderms, fossil cartilaginous fishes and bony fishess of every kind that have been described during the year 2014, as well as other significant discoveries and events related to paleontology of fishes that occurred in the year 2014. The list only includes taxa at the level of genus or species.Contents 1 Research 2 New taxa2.1 Newly named jawless vertebrates 2.2 Newly named placoderms 2.3 Newly named acanthodians 2.4 Newly named cartilaginous fishes 2.5 Newly named bony fishes 3 ReferencesResearch[edit]An overview of adaptations for locomotion in water in fossil fishes is published by Fletcher et al. (2014).[1] New fossil material of the Cambrian chordate Metaspriggina walcotti is described by Conway Morris and Caron (2014), who reinterpret M. walcotti as a primitive fish.[2] A study of relationships and character distributions of early gnathostomes, including placoderms and acanthodians, is published by Brazeau and Friedman (2014).[3] Cranial anatomy of the placoderm Romundina stellina is described by Dupret et al. (2014).[4] A specimen of the ischnacanthiform acanthodian Nerepisacanthus denisoni is described from the Late Silurian Bertie Formation of southern Ontario, Canada by Burrow and Rudkin (2014).[5] A specimen of the acanthodian Acanthodes bridgei with preserved tissues of its eye, which provides the first record of mineralized rods and cones in a fossil, is described from the Late Carboniferous Hamilton Formation in Kansas, USA by Tanaka et al. (2014).[6] An analysis of the fossil record of Carcharocles megalodon, intending to establish its date of extinction, is published by Pimiento and Clements (2014).[7] A study of the phylogenetic relationships of the Triassic halecomorph Archaeosemionotus connectens is published by López-Arbarello, Stockar and Bürgin (2014).[8] Triassic scanilepiform neopterygian species Fukangichthys longidorsalis is revised by Xu, Gao and Finarelli (2014).[9] A virtual cranial endocast of the lungfish Rhinodipterus kimberleyensis from the Late Devonian Gogo Formation of Australia is. thanks wikipedia.

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USS Sheliak (AKA-62)

HistoryName: USS Sheliak Namesake: Sheliak Builder: Federal Shipbuilding and Drydock Company, Kearny, New Jersey Laid down: 19 June 1944 Launched: 17 October 1944 Commissioned: 1 December 1944 Decommissioned: 10 May 1946 Struck: 21 May 1946 Honours and awards: 1 battle star (World War II) Fate: Sold into commercial service, 1948 Scrapped, 1969 General characteristics Class and type: Andromeda-class attack cargo ship Type: Type C2-S-B1 Displacement: 6,715 long tons (6,823 t) Length: 459 ft 2 in (139.95 m) Beam: 63 ft (19 m) Draft: 26 ft 4 in (8.03 m) Speed: 16.5 knots (30.6 km/h; 19.0 mph) Complement: 399 Armament: 1 × 5″/38 caliber gun mount 4 × twin 40 mm gun mounts 18 × 20 mm gun mounts USS Sheliak (AKA-62) was an Andromeda-class attack cargo ship named after Beta Lyrae, a binary star system in the constellation Lyra. She was one of a handful of AKA’s manned by a Coast Guard crew. USS Sheliak served as a commissioned ship for 17 months. Sheliak (AKA-62) was laid down on 19 June 1944 under Maritime Commission contract (MC hull 214) by the Federal Shipbuilding and Drydock Co., Kearny, N.J.; launched on 17 October 1944; sponsored by Mrs. Nellie Blanch Regan; and commissioned on 1 December 1944, Comdr. Searcy J. Lowery, USCG, in command.Contents 1 Service history1.1 Decommissioning and sale 2 Awards 3 References 4 External linksService history[edit] Sheliak arrived in Hampton Roads on 14 December 1944 and underwent shakedown training there from 15 to 21 December. After repairs at Norfolk, Virginia, she arrived at Bayonne, New Jersey, on 28 December to load cargo for the Pacific. Departing Bayonne on 4 January 1945, Sheliak delivered her cargo to Pearl Harbor on 25 January. From 2 to 5 February, she underwent training at Pearl Harbor; and, from 5 to 13 February, she received 1,827 tons of Tenth Army equipment, plus other cargo and 201 troops. Departing Pearl Harbor on 15 February, Sheliak arrived at Tulagi on 25 February and underwent pre-invasion training there. Departing Tulagi on 15 March, she arrived at Ulithi on the 21st and sailed from there for the Okinawa invasion on 27 March. Sheliak arrived off the beach at Okinawa on 1 April; and, for the first seven days, provided cargo on call to troops ashore. After general unloading was ordered, she put the Tenth Army cargo ashore between 8 and 17 April. During these operations. thanks wikipedia.

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Chenjerai Hunzvi

Chenjerai “Hitler” Hunzvi (23 October 1949 – 4 June 2001) served as Chairman of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association beginning in 1997.[1][2] Early life[edit] Hunzvi was born in Chiminya, Southern Rhodesia on 23 October 1949.[1] He said that he joined the struggle against white minority rule in Rhodesia at the age of 16 taking the nom-de-guerre of “Hitler”. He reported to have been interned in Gonakudzingwa and Wha Wha prisons between 1967 and 1970, and to have been a prominent leader in Zimbabwe African People’s Union (ZAPU) and Zimbabwe People’s Revolutionary Army (ZIPRA), though these claims have been denied by some other elders of the campaigns.[3] He left the country and having been identified as being bright, was sent to study in Romania, becoming fluent in Romanian and French, and subsequently began medical studies in Poland where he married a Polish woman with whom he had two children.[3] He represented ZAPU while in Poland, and in 1979, during his medical studies, Hunzvi visited London to attend the ceasefire and constitutional negotiations for the Lancaster House Agreement.[1] Hunzvi returned to Zimbabwe in 1990, working initially at Harare Central Hospital, and later founding a medical practice in Budiriro, in the township of Harare. His wife fled Zimbabwe in 1992 to escape violence from her husband. She described Hunzvi as a “cruel and vile man who took delight in beating me. And as for the war, he never fired a shot. He saw no action at all.”[3][4] He subsequently remarried and has two other children.[3] Political career[edit] Hunzvi was subsequently elected chairman of the Zimbabwean Liberation War Veterans Association in 1997, which was, at the time, a relatively inactive organisation.[1] A born orator, Hunzvi organised rowdy demonstrations demanding gratuities and pensions from President Robert Mugabe, and critiqued the president.[4] The pressure tactics were successful and the 50,000 war veterans were granted one-off payments of US $2,500, as well as monthly pensions of US $100. A compensation fund was also set up to benefit those who were disabled following war service, with the amount paid determined by the degree of disability. The fund was the subject of enormous fraud, with government officials, party officials and others (including Hunzvi) determined to be 117% disabled. Experts have claimed that the settlements were a major factor in the economic crisis in the Zimbabwe.[1][2][3][5] In 1999, Hunzvi was arrested. thanks wikipedia.

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Bargam (Persian: برگام or بارگام‎‎) may refer to:Bargam, Rezvanshahr (بارگام – Bārgām) Bargam, Rudsar (برگام – Bargām) This disambiguation page lists articles about distinct geographical locations with the same name. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. thanks wikipedia.

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Templepatrick, County Westmeath (civil parish)

Templepatrick Teampall PhádraigCivil parishTemplepatrickLocation of Templepatrick within County Westmeath in the Republic of Ireland Coordinates: 53°32′4″N 7°37′48″W / 53.53444°N 7.63000°W / 53.53444; -7.63000Coordinates: 53°32′4″N 7°37′48″W / 53.53444°N 7.63000°W / 53.53444; -7.63000 CountryRepublic of Ireland Province Leinster County County Westmeath Irish grid reference N245538 Templepatrick (Irish: Teampall Phádraig)[1] is a civil parish in County Westmeath, Ireland. It is located about 18.91 kilometres (12 mi) west of Mullingar. Templepatrick is one of 9 civil parishes in the barony of Rathconrath in the Province of Leinster. The civil parish covers 2,148.2 acres (8.693 km2). Piercetown civil parish comprises the small village of Moyvore and 5 townlands: Beltacken, Moyvore, Rahadorrish, Templepatrick and Tonlemony. The neighbouring civil parishes are: Piercetown to the north, Ballymorin to the south–east, Killare to the south–west and Forgney (County Longford) to the west.[1][2][3] References[edit] ^ a b Templepatrick civil parish The Placenames Database of Ireland. Retrieved on 3 August 2015. ^ Templepatrick civil parish, Co. Westmeath Retrieved on 3 August 2015. ^ Templepatrick civil parish, Co. Westmeath The IreAtlas Townland Data Base. Retrieved on 3 August 2015. External links[edit]Templepatrick civil parish at the IreAtlas Townland Data Base Templepatrick civil parish at Templepatrick civil parish at The Placenames Database of IrelandIreland portal v t e Places in County WestmeathCounty town: Mullingar TownsAthlone Moate MullingarVillagesBallinahown Ballykeeran Ballymore Ballynacargy Castledaly Castlepollard Castletown Geoghegan Clonmellon Collinstown Coole Crookedwood Delvin Drumcree Drumraney Finnea Fore Glassan Horseleap Kilbeggan Killucan and Rathwire Kinnegad Milltownpass Mount Temple Moyvoughly Multyfarnham Raharney Rathconrath Rathowen Rochfortbridge Rosemount Streamstown Street Tang Tubberclare Tyrrellspass BaroniesBrawny Clonlonan Corkaree Delvin Farbill Fartullagh Fore Kilkenny West Moyashel and Magheradernon Moycashel Moygoish RathconrathList of townlands of County Westmeath List of civil parishes of County Westmeath Category:Geography of County WestmeathThis article related to the geography of County Westmeath, Ireland is a stu. thanks wikipedia.

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Ismenius Lacus quadrangle

Ismenius Lacus quadrangle Map of Ismenius Lacus quadrangle from Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter (MOLA) data. The highest elevations are red and the lowest are blue.Coordinates 47°30′N 330°00′W / 47.5°N 330°W / 47.5; -330Coordinates: 47°30′N 330°00′W / 47.5°N 330°W / 47.5; -330 Image of the Ismenius Lacus Quadrangle (MC-5). The northern area contains relatively smooth plains; the central area, mesas and buttes; and, the southern area, numerous craters. The Ismenius Lacus quadrangle is one of a series of 30 quadrangle maps of Mars used by the United States Geological Survey (USGS) Astrogeology Research Program. The quadrangle is located in the northwestern portion of Mars’ eastern hemisphere and covers 0° to 60° east longitude (300° to 360° west longitude) and 30° to 65° north latitude. The quadrangle uses a Lambert conformal conic projection at a nominal scale of 1:5,000,000 (1:5M). The Ismenius Lacus quadrangle is also referred to as MC-5 (Mars Chart-5).[1] The southern and northern borders of the Ismenius Lacus quadrangle are approximately 3,065 km (1,905 mi) and 1,500 km (930 mi) wide, respectively. The north-to-south distance is about 2,050 km (1,270 mi) (slightly less than the length of Greenland).[2] The quadrangle covers an approximate area of 4.9 million square km, or a little over 3% of Mars’ surface area.[3] The Ismenius Lacus quadrangle contains parts of Acidalia Planitia, Arabia Terra, Vastitas Borealis, and Terra Sabaea.[4] The Ismenius Lacus quadrangle contains Deuteronilus Mensae and Protonilus Mensae, two places that are of special interest to scientists. They contain evidence of present and past glacial activity. They also have a landscape unique to Mars, called Fretted terrain. The largest crater in the area is Lyot Crater, which contains channels probably carved by liquid water.[5] [6]Contents 1 Origin of Name 2 Physiography and Geology 3 Lyot Crater 4 Other Craters 5 Fretted terrain 6 Glaciers 7 Climate change caused ice-rich features 8 Upper Plains Unit 9 Deltas 10 Pits and Cracks 11 Mesas formed by ground collapse 12 Fractures forming blocks 13 Polygonal patterned ground 14 Dunes 15 Ocean 16 Gullies 17 Layered features 18 Other Images from Ismenius Lacus quadrangle 19 Other Mars quadrangles 20 See also 21 References 22 External linksOrigin of Name[edit] Ismenius Lacus is the name of a telescopic albedo feature located at 40° N and 30° E on. thanks wikipedia.

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