Gunawan may refer to:People Tony Gunawan, Indonesian born badminton player of Chinese descent Rudy Gunawan, Chinese Indonesian badminton player Michael Gunawan, Indonesian born Invoice2go Android Tech Lead 2013-current Raden Goenawan, Indonesian Prosecutor General 1959-62 Other Gunawan Steel Group, Indonesian steel company group This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Gunawan. 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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M107 projectile

M107 projectiles. All have fuzes fitted An M107 155 mm High Explosive Projectile with a M739A1 Point Detonating (PD) fuze The M107 155mm projectile was the standard 155mm high explosive (HE) projectile for howitzers of the US Army and US Marine Corps’. A bursting round with fragmentation and blast effects (range is not known), the M107 is being superseded in the US military by the M795.Contents 1 Development 2 Description 3 Specifications 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksDevelopment[edit] The M107 is a development of the M102 155mm mm shell that was developed in the 1930s from the French Schneider 155 mm projectile for the Model 1917 Howitzer. The M107 differs from the M102 mainly in having a wider driving band. The M102 shell was modified in 1944 to accommodate VT fuzes. This required a deeper fuze well. However since most fuzes did not require such a deep cavity, a small aluminium-wrapped 136 g TNT supplemental charge is fitted in the space. Description[edit] The body consists of a hollow steel shell containing high explosive (either TNT or Composition B) painted olive drab with yellow markings. A fuze adapter is screwed into the body and brazed in place. An eyebolt lifting plug is screwed into the fuze well to assist in transportation. The plug is removed and replaced with a fuze for firing. The complete projectile weighs 43.2 kg, is 800 mm long and contains 15.8% explosive by weight. It is a separate-loading projectile—propellant bags or MAC charges are loaded separately. On detonation it produces approximately 1,950 fragments. The M107 was approved for use in 1958 and issued to the army from 1959. Its intended replacement is the M795, manufacture of which began in 1999. The M114 howitzer can fire an M107 up to 14.5 km using M4A2 “White Bag” propellant; maximum range is 18.1 km. Modified M107 rounds with base bleed and new aerodynamics can extend this range to around 32 km. Despite relatively lackluster performance (Jane’s describes it as having “an indifferent charge to weight ratio”, “unsophisticated aerodynamic shape”, “erratic fragmentation”) compared to more modern high explosive rounds, it continues to be used by many countries, in particular in training exercises because of its low cost, high availability and smaller danger area than more modern designs. Its limited effectiveness also make it a useful option in peace support operations. M107 is manufactured by several nations, som. thanks wikipedia.

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The Doctor Is Out

The Doctor Is Out may refer to: In television episodes:”The Doctor Is Out” (The A-Team) “The Doctor Is Out” (Frasier) “The Doctor Is Out”, an episode of It’s All Relative “The Doctor Is Out”, an episode of The Spooktacular New Adventures of CasperIn other media:”The Doctor Is Out”, an autobiographical essay by Tony Martin in his 2005 book Lolly Scramble Getting Away with Murder (play), originally produced as The Doctor Is Out, a 1996 play by Stephen Sondheim and George FurthSee also[edit]The Doctor Is Out .. Really Out, a 2005 film installment of the American TV series McBride The Doctor Is In (disambiguation) This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title The Doctor Is Out. 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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Skeptic (song)

“Skeptic””Skeptic” coverPromotional single by Slipknot from the album .5: The Gray Chapter Released October 17, 2014 Format Digital download Genre Thrash metal[1] Length 4:46 Label Roadrunner Skeptic is a promotional single by American metal band Slipknot from their fifth major label studio album .5: The Gray Chapter. The song was first released as a promo/digital single on October 17, 2014.[2] It was released on the same day as “Killpop”. It was the sixth promotional single and eighth overall single released from the album. The song is a tribute piece to late bassist Paul Gray who died of a drug overdose in May 2010.[3][4] Background[edit] The song was uploaded to their official YouTube channel on the same day as the Japan release of .5: The Gray Chapter on October 17, 2014. It featured original cover art; it is unknown at this time whether “Skeptic” will be a radio single and have a music video or will remain as a promotional single. Critical reception[edit] Loudwire stated “Today, we treat our ears to ‘Skeptic.’ Fans will automatically zone in on the track’s chorus: “The world will never see another crazy motherfucker like you / The world will never know another man as amazing as you.” Additional lyrics such as, “You were a gift,” “He was the best of us” and “I will keep your soul alive” point further toward Gray as the man referenced in ‘Skeptic.”[3] Metal Insider said “With a line like “the world will never see another crazy motherfucker like you, the world will never know another man as amazing as you,” we’re inclined to agree with that statement.”[5] “Skeptic” was also included at #99 on Spin magazine’s list of the 101 Best Songs of 2014.[6] Describing the song as “one of the year’s most affecting love songs” that takes Slipknot “to surprisingly maudlin heights on the scream-along chorus”, the magazine also noted it as “a rare unmasked moment for the enduring septet”. Despite this, the review concluded that “the song is far too pulverizing to ever be considered their “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door””. References[edit] ^ “Review: Slipknot — .5: The Gray Chapter”. Revolver. 1 October 2014. Retrieved 25 January 2015. The chunky, dirt-displacing low-end growl of “The Devil In I,” the pugnacious thrash of “Skeptic,” the relentless attack of “The Negative One,” the brief but tantalizing flash of ’80s shred in “Nomadic,”..  ^ “Slipknot – ‘AOV'”. Roadrunner Records. Retrieved 12 Nove. thanks wikipedia.

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Methylotrophs are a diverse group of microorganisms that can use reduced one-carbon compounds, such as methanol or methane, as the carbon source for their growth; and multi-carbon compounds that contain no carbon bonds, such as dimethyl ether and dimethylamine. This group of microorganisms also includes those capable of assimilating reduced one-carbon compounds by way of carbon dioxide using the ribulose bisphosphate pathway.[1] These organisms should not be confused with methanogens which on the contrary produce methane as a by-product from various one-carbon compounds such as carbon dioxide. Some methylotrophs can degrade the greenhouse gas methane, and in this case they are called methanotrophs. The methanotroph Methylococcus capsulatus is used to degrade methane and other pollutants. The abundance, purity, and low price of methanol compared to commonly used sugars make methylotrophs competent organisms for production of amino acids, vitamins, recombinant proteins, single-cell proteins, co-enzymes and cytochromes.Contents 1 General Microbiology 2 Obligate methylotrophs 3 Facultative methylotrophs 4 Examples of methylotrophs 5 ReferencesGeneral Microbiology[edit] Methylotrophs are a diverse group, including both Gram-negative and Gram-positive genera. None of them make resting structures like exospores or cysts and none of them have the complex intracellular membrane systems that characterize methanotrophs growing on methane There are two sub groups: 1- obligate methylotrophs. 2- facultative methylotrophs. Obligate methylotrophs[edit] A single obligate methylotroph (methylophilus) is known. It is Gram-negative, polarly flagellated rod capable of rapid growth with methanol. Some strains can also utilize formaldehyde or methylamines. Carbon is assimilated via the ribulose mono phosphate pathway. Facultative methylotrophs[edit] It is relatively widely distributed trait among heterotrophic bacteria. It may also be common among chemoautotrophs: several thiobacilli and nitrifying bacteria can drive CO2 assimilation via the Calvin-Benson cycle by formate oxidation. Examples of methylotrophs[edit]Genus Methanosarcina Methylococcus capsulatus Pichia pastorisReferences[edit]^ Anthony, C. “The Biochemistry of Methylotrophs”. Academic press, 1982, p. 2-3. thanks wikipedia.

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Al-Hawatiyiah Country  Yemen Governorate Hadhramaut Time zone Yemen Standard Time (UTC+3) Al-Hawatiyiah is a town in east-central Yemen. It is located in the Hadhramaut Governorate. External links[edit]Towns and villages in the Hadhramaut Governorate This article about a location in the Hadhramaut Governorate of Yemen is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t ev t eHadhramaut GovernorateCapital: Al Mukalla DistrictsAd Dis District Adh Dhlia’ah District Al Abr District Al Mukalla District Al Mukalla City District Al Qaf District Al Qatn District Amd District Ar Raydah Wa Qusayar District As Sawm District Ash Shihr District Bur Brom Mayfa District Daw’an District Ghayl Ba Wazir District Ghayl Bin Yamin District Hagr As Sai’ar District Hajr District Huraidhah District Hawrah District Rakhyah District Rumah District Sah District Sayun District Shibam District Tarim District Thamud District Yabuth District Zamakh wa Manwakh District Former Districts (since 2013-12 Socotra)Hidaybu District Qulensya Wa Abd Al Kuri District Coordinates: 15°48′N 49°38′E / 15.800°N 49.633°E / 15.800; 49.633. thanks wikipedia.

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Gboyo River

Gboyo is a river of the Central African Republic. It flows through the town of Bakouma. The Gboyo is a potentially excellent source for hydro electric power in Bakouma. The pico hydro power station (PCH) is situated on the left bank of the river. Sources[edit] t e Rivers of the Central African Republic RiversChari Gboyo Kadéï Kotto Logone Mbomou Nana Barya Ouham Pendé Sangha UbangiCoordinates: 5°38′31″N 23°04′37″E / 5.642°N 23.077°E / 5.642; 23.077This article related to a river in the Central African Republic is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Lieder (Bruckner)

Anton Bruckner composed about 20 lieder during his life, the earliest in c. 1845, the last in 1882. Most of the lieder were composed during his stay in the St. Florian Abbey (1845-1855) and his tuition by Otto Kitzler (1861-1862).[1]Contents 1 St. Florian and early Linz period 2 During Kitzler’s tuition 3 After Kitzler’s tuition 4 Discography 5 References 6 Sources 7 External linksSt. Florian and early Linz period[edit] During his stay in St. Florian and in Linz before Kitzler’s tuition, Bruckner composed three lieder and made sketches for two other lieder. During the beginning of his stay in St. Florian, Bruckner made sketches for two lieder:[2]Mild wie die Bäche (So gentle as the creeks), WAB 138, a 31-bar sketch made in c. 1845 for a lied in A-flat major on a text of Ernst Marinelli. The manuscript, in which the piano accompaniment is incomplete, is stored in the archive of the St. Florian Abbey.[3][4] This Liedentwurf, of which a facsimile was first published in Band II/2, pp. 59-60, of the Göllerich/Auer biography,[3] is edited in Band XXIII/1, Liedentwürfe, of the Bruckner’s Gesamtausgabe.[5] Wie des Bächleins Silberquelle (As the creek’s silvery source), WAB 137, a 60-bar sketch made in c. 1845 for a duet for two sopranos in G major on the same text as Ständchen, WAB 84[6] (Sämtliche Werke, Band XXIII/2, No. 3).[5] The first part (bars 1-56) of the manuscript with incomplete piano accompaniment is stored in the archive of the St. Florian Abbey, the remaining with bars 57-60 is found in the city museum of Wels.[7][8] This Liedentwurf, of which a facsimile of the first part was first published in Band II/2, pp. 65-66, of the Göllerich/Auer biography,[7] is edited in Band XXIII/1, Liedentwürfe, of the Bruckner’s Gesamtausgabe.[5]Thereafter, Bruckner composed three lieder:Der Mondabend (The moonlit evening), WAB deest, a 13-bar lied in A major composed in c. 1850 for Aloisia Bogner[9] on a text by Johann Gottfried Kumpf.[10][11] The lied is part of the workbook “Lieder für eine Singstimme mit Clavier-Begleitung für Fräulein Louise Bogner”, which has been retrieved in the Landesmuseum of Upper Austria. The workbook has been issued in 2015 by the Anton Bruckner Institut Linz.[12] Frühlingslied (Spring song), WAB 68, a 24-bar lied in A major, composed in 1851 for the name-day of Aloisia Bogner[9] on a text by Heinrich Heine.[13] The lied is edited in Band XXIII/1, No. 1, of the Bruckner’s Gesamtausgabe.[5] Wie bist du, F. thanks wikipedia.

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Capital Hill, Australian Capital Territory

Capital Hill Canberra, Australian Capital TerritoryPostcode(s) 2600 District South CanberraSuburbs around Capital Hill: Yarralumla Yarralumla Parkes Yarralumla Capital Hill Barton Deakin Forrest ForrestCapital Hill (35°19′S 149°07′E / 35.317°S 149.117°E / -35.317; 149.117), (postcode: 2600) is the location of Parliament House, Canberra, at the south apex of the land axis of the Parliamentary Triangle. The site was selected as the location of the Capitol in Walter Burley Griffin’s Canberra design in 1912, which he envisaged to be “either a general administration structure for popular receptions and ceremony or for housing archives and commemorating Australian Achievements”.[1] The proposed building is commemorated in the name of the Capitol Theatre, Manuka. However, Griffin’s name for the hill was subsequently changed to Capital Hill. The Parliament buildings were to be located a little further down the hill towards Lake Burley Griffin at Camp Hill, between Capital Hill and the Provisional Parliament House. Griffin opposed the plan to build a Provisional Parliament House on the lower slopes of Camp Hill, because he considered that it would make it difficult to build the permanent Parliament House on Camp Hill, as the provisional building would have to be demolished.[2] In fact, in the 1958 and 1964 Holford plans for the Parliamentary Triangle, the site for the New Parliament House was moved to the lake shore, partly for this reason. Holford also reportedly said that a lakeside site would discourage politicians from seeing themselves as superior to ordinary people. However, in 1978 Parliament voted to move the Parliament to its permanent location on Capital Hill, which it saw as befitting the eminence of the institution. Construction of the new parliament buildings commenced in 1981 and the new building was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 1988, when the Parliament relocated from the old building. Capital Hill was previously named Kurrajong Hill and is around 2.5 km², surrounded by a circular road (Capital Circle). Until the construction of the current Parliament House, the hill was covered with scrubby native bushland. Parliament House Canberra: the hill recreated over the building The construction of the current parliament building required removing much of the top half of the hill, and after construction, much of the earth was replaced on top of the building. The surrounding hill is l. thanks wikipedia.

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Acrossocheilus yunnanensis

Acrossocheilus yunnanensis Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Actinopterygii Order: Cypriniformes Family: Cyprinidae Genus: Acrossocheilus Species: A. yunnanensis Binomial name Acrossocheilus yunnanensis (Regan, 1904)[1]Acrossocheilus yunnanensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Acrossocheilus. References[edit] ^ Froese, Rainer and Pauly, Daniel, eds. (2006). “Acrossocheilus yunnanensis” in FishBase. April 2006 version. This Cyprinidae-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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