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M35
M35, M.35 or M-35 may refer to:Contents1 Astronomy 2 Transportation2.1 Land 2.2 Air3 In the military 4 Other usesAstronomy[edit]Messier 35, an open star cluster in the constellation GeminiTransportation[edit] Land[edit]Infiniti M35, a Japanese luxury car Citroën M35, a French prototype car M-35 (Michigan highway), a state highway in Michigan M35 motorway (Hungary), a motorway in Hungary M35 (New York City bus), a New York City Bus route in Manhattan M35, one of the Metropolitan Routes in Pretoria, South Africa M35, a
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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Masters Athletics
Masters athletics
Masters athletics
is a class of the sport of athletics for veteran athletes in the events of track and field, road running and cross country running. The competitions feature five-year age groups beginning at age 35. Men as old as 105[1] and women in their 100s[2] have competed in running, jumping and throwing events. Masters are sometimes known as veterans.Contents1 History 2 Organization 3 Age categories 4 Age-graded tables 5 See also 6 References 7 External linksHistory[edit]Former U.S. Olympic coach Payton Jordan
Payton Jordan
of California sets a world record (30.89 seconds) in the M80 age group in the 200-meter dash at the USATF National Masters Championships in 1997 in San Jose, California.Since at least the early 1930s, middle-aged athletes in Europe, Australia and New Zealand have competed with younger athletes, especially in cross country and road races. Some were active into their 50s
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ICD-10 Chapter XIII
Chapter
Chapter
may refer to: Chapter
Chapter
(books), a main division of a piece of writing or document Chap
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Orienteering
Orienteering
Orienteering
is a group of sports that requires navigational skills using a map and compass to navigate from point to point in diverse and usually unfamiliar terrain whilst moving at speed. Participants are given a topographical map, usually a specially prepared orienteering map, which they use to find control points.[1] Originally a training exercise in land navigation for military officers, orienteering has developed many variations. Among these, the oldest and the most popular is foot orienteering
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Megabus (Europe)
Megabus is a long distance coach (Intercity bus service) operator operated by the Stagecoach Group. It commenced operating in August 2003, initially in the United Kingdom, and later expanding into Europe. Some services link with Megatrain
Megatrain
services, also operated by Stagecoach
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JA Hiroshimabyoin-mae Station
JA Hiroshimabyoin-mae is a Hiroden
Hiroden
station on Hiroden
Hiroden
Miyajima Line, located in front of JA Hiroshima Kōseiren Hiroshima General Hospital, in Jigozen, Hatsukaichi, Hiroshima.Contents1 Routes 2 Connections 3 Ar
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Failsworth
Failsworth
Failsworth
is a town within the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham, in Greater Manchester, England.[1] It is 3.7 miles (6.0 km) east-northeast of Manchester city centre
Manchester city centre
and 2.9 miles (4.7 km) south-southwest of Oldham. Failsworth
Failsworth
lies within the orbital M60 motorway, which skirts Failsworth's eastern boundary. The total population of the 2 Wards in Failsworth
Failsworth
(East & West) at the 2011 census was 20,680.[2][3] Historically a part of Lancashire, until the 19th century Failsworth was a small agricultural township linked ecclesiastically with the parish of Manchester.[4] Farming was the main industry of this rural area, with locals supplementing their incomes by hand-loom weaving in the domestic system
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Miles M.35 Libellula
The Miles M.35 or Miles Libellula
Libellula
was a tandem wing research aircraft built by Miles Aircraft
Miles Aircraft
as a precursor to a proposed naval carrier fighter.[1] It was named after the Libellula, a genus of dragonflies.Contents1 Design and development 2 Operational history 3 Specifications (Miles M.35 Libellula) 4 See also 5 References 6 Further reading 7 External linksDesign and development[edit] Carrier borne combat aircraft are at a disadvantage when compared to land-based equivalents as they require wing-folding systems, which increase the aircraft's weight at the expense of payload
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List Of Land Mines
This is hopefully a complete list of land mines.Contents1 Mines by type1.1 Anti-vehicle mines1.1.1 Blast mines 1.1.2 Shaped charge/Misznay Schardin effect 1.1.3 Full width mines 1.1.4 Side attack mines 1.1.5 Wide area mines1.2 Anti-personnel mines1.2.1 Fragmentation and stake mines 1.2.2 Shaped charge mines 1.2.3 Directional mines 1.2.4 Blast mines 1.2.5 Bounding mines 1.2.6 Flame mines 1.2.7 Chemical mines1.3 Anti-helicopter mines 1.4 Nuclear land mines2 Mines by country of origin2.1 Argentina 2.2 Austria 2.3 Bulgaria 2.4 Canada 2.5 People's Republic of China 2.6 Cuba 2.7 Former Czechoslovakia 2.8 Sweden 2.9 France 2.10 Germany 2.11 Italy 2.12 Japan 2.13 Myanmar 2.14 South Africa 2.15 Serbia 2.16 former Soviet Union/Russia 2.17 Sri Lanka 2.18 United Kingdom 2.19 United States 2.20 Former Yugoslavia 2.21 Vietnam3 See also 4 Notes 5 ReferencesMines by type[edit] Anti-vehicle mines[edit] Blast mines[edit]A Chinese metal-cased Type 59 anti-tank blast mine
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ADGZ
The Steyr ADGZ
ADGZ
was originally developed as a heavy armored car for the Austrian army (its designation was "M35 Mittlerer Panzerwagen") from 1934 and delivered from 1935-37. History[edit]An ADGZ
ADGZ
covers SS troops during an attack on the Polish Post Office in Danzig, 1 September 1939.The Austrian army was using the ADGZ
ADGZ
armored car at the time of Anschluss. 12 were used by the army and 15 were used by the police. The Germans used them for police work and some were taken on by the SS and used on the Eastern front and in the Balkans. The SS ordered an additional 25 ADGZ
ADGZ
which were delivered in 1942
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BFW M.35
The BFW M.35, sometimes known as the Messerschmitt M 35, was a German sports plane of the early 1930s. It was the last of a line designed by Willy Messerschmitt.Contents1 Development 2 Operational history 3 Operators 4 Specifications (M.35a) 5 See also 6 References6.1 Citations 6.2 Cited sourcesDevelopment[edit] During the period of 1927-33, comma, Messerschmitt designed a series of six sport planes, the single-seat M.17 and M.19, and the two-seat M.23, M.27 M.31, and finally the M.35.[1] With the exception of the M.23, none sold in large numbers. They were all single-engine low-wing cantilever monoplanes with open cockpits and fixed undercarriage. The M.35 kept the extended fuselage of the M.27 and combined it with an undercarriage of single leg, spatted form.[2] Two different engines were used
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Beechcraft Bonanza
The Beechcraft
Beechcraft
Bonanza is an American general aviation aircraft introduced in 1947 by Beech Aircraft Corporation of Wichita, Kansas. The six-seater, single-engined aircraft is still being produced by Beechcraft
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High-speed Steel
High-speed steel
High-speed steel
(HSS or HS) is a subset of tool steels, commonly used as cutting tool material. It is often used in power-saw blades and drill bits. It is superior to the older high-carbon steel tools used extensively through the 1940s in that it can withstand higher temperatures without losing its temper (hardness). This property allows HSS to cut faster than high carbon steel, hence the name high-speed steel
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List Of Hieroglyphs/M
The following is a list of Egyptian hieroglyphs. The total number of distinct hieroglyphs increased over time from several hundred in the Middle Kingdom to several thousand in Ptolemaic Egypt. The most widely-used list of hieroglyphs is Gardiner's sign list (1928/9) which includes 763 signs in 26 categories. Georg Möller compiled more extensive lists, organised by historical epoch (published posthumously in 1927 and 1936). The Unicode
Unicode
Egyptian Hieroglyphs block ( Unicode
Unicode
version 5.2, 2009) includes 1,071 signs, with organisation based on Gardiner's list
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Metropolitan Routes In Pretoria
Pretoria, like most South African cities uses Metropolitan or "M" routes for important intra-city routes, a layer below National (N) roads and Regional (R) roads. Each city's M roads are independently numbered. Table of M roads[edit]No. Direction Description of Route Suburbs Street NamesM1 North/South R101 (Central), M2, R104, N4, R101, R514/M8, R80, R101 (Mayville) Central, Pretoria
Pretoria
West, Hermanstad, Mountain View, Parktown, Mayville Visagie St., E'skia Mphahlele (D.F
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