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Official residence of the Grand Duke of Luxembourg Grand Ducal Palace redirects here. For the one in Lithuania, see Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania. For similar uses, see Ducal Palace (disambiguation). The façade of the Grand Ducal Palace 49°36′39.2″N 06°07′58.2″E / 49.610889°N 6.132833°E / 49.610889; 6.132833 The Grand Ducal Palace (Luxembourgish: Groussherzogleche Palais, French: Palais grand-ducal, German: Großherzogliches Palais) is a palace in Lu…

Cliftonville CurveThe Cliftonville Curve looking northeastwardsOverviewOwnerNetwork RailLocaleHove, Preston Village, Brighton, East SussexTerminiHovePreston ParkConnecting lines West Coastway Brighton Main Stations2: Hove, Preston ParkServiceOperator(s)SouthernHistoryOpenedJuly 1879 (1879-07)TechnicalNumber of tracks2Track gauge1,435 mm (4 ft 8+1⁄2 in) standard gauge Cliftonville Curve is a short railway that links the West Coastway Line to the Brighton Main L…

1960 Type 12M or Rothesay-class frigate of the Royal Navy For other ships with the same name, see HMS Yarmouth. History United Kingdom NameHMS Yarmouth OperatorRoyal Navy BuilderJohn Brown & Company Laid down29 November 1957 Launched23 March 1959 Commissioned26 March 1960 Decommissioned30 April 1986 HomeportRosyth, Scotland IdentificationPennant number: F101 Motto Rex et Jura Nostra (Latin: Our King and Laws) Nickname(s)The Fighting 101, The Crazy 'Y', The Rubber Duck FateSunk as target prac…

City in New South Wales, AustraliaGraftonNew South Wales(From left to right)Grafton Bridge from North BankGrafton Court House, Grafton GaolClarence River, Grafton Post OfficeMarket Square, Christ Church CathedralGraftonCoordinates29°41′0″S 152°56′0″E / 29.68333°S 152.93333°E / -29.68333; 152.93333Population19,255 (2021)[1]Established1851Postcode(s)2460Elevation5 m (16 ft)Location 620 km (385 mi) N of Sydney 345 km (214…

Sweden-related events during 2023 ← 2022 2021 2020 2023 in Sweden → 2024 2025 2026 Decades: 2000s 2010s 2020s See also: Other events of 2023 Timeline of Swedish history Events in the year 2023 in Sweden. Incumbents Monarch – Carl XVI Gustaf[1] Prime minister – Ulf Kristersson Anniversaries Golden Jubilee of Carl XVI Gustaf Gothenburg quadricentennial jubilee[2][3] Ongoing Accession of Sweden to NATO Events January 12 – Swedish mining company LKAB announc…

Федеральное ведомство по охране конституции Германиинем. Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz (BfV) Страна  Германия Создана 7 ноября 1950 Юрисдикция Министерство внутренних дел Германии Штаб-квартира Кёльн, Германия Бюджет 440 миллионов евро (2022) Средняя численность 4286 человек (2022) Руковод…

2010 American film The Last SongTheatrical release posterDirected byJulie Anne RobinsonScreenplay byNicholas SparksJeff Van WieBased onThe Last Songby Nicholas SparksProduced byAdam ShankmanJennifer GibgotStarring Miley Cyrus Liam Hemsworth Bobby Coleman Kelly Preston Greg Kinnear CinematographyJohn LindleyEdited byNancy RichardsonMusic byAaron ZigmanProductioncompanies Touchstone Pictures Offspring Entertainment Distributed byWalt Disney StudiosMotion PicturesRelease date March 31, 20…

Frigate of the Royal Navy For other ships with the same name, see HMS Valorous. HMS Valorous, a sketch by W L Wyllie History United Kingdom NameValorous Ordered25 April 1847 BuilderPembroke Dockyard Laid downMarch 1849 Launched30 April 1851 Completed7 July 1853 FateSold for scrap, 27 February 1891 General characteristics (as built) Class and typeMagicienne-class second-class paddle frigate Tons burthen1,25669⁄94 bm Length210 ft (64 m) Beam36 ft (11 m) Draught8 ft 8…

Destroyer of the Royal Navy This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. (Learn how and when to remove these template messages) This article relies largely or entirely on a single source. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources.Find sources: HMS Valhalla 1917 – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (Se…

Form of gridiron football This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.Find sources: Eight-man football – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (August 2012) (Learn how and when to remove this message) Eight-man football Gun Formation Eight-man football is a form of gridiron football, generally played by high school…

Turkish criminal law Criminal law Elements Actus reus Mens rea Causation Concurrence Scope of criminal liability Accessory Accomplice Complicity Corporate Principal Vicarious Severity of offense Felony (or Indictable offense) Infraction (also called violation) Misdemeanor (or Summary offense) Inchoate offenses Attempt Conspiracy Incitement Solicitation Offense against the person Assassination Assault Battery Child abuse Criminal negligence Defamation Domestic violence False imprisonment Frameup …

This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.Find sources: Japanese punctuation – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (August 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this message) This article contains special characters. Without proper rendering support, you may see question marks, boxes, or other symbols. Japanese w…

Image-based volume rendering technique Volume ray casting, sometimes called volumetric ray casting, volumetric ray tracing, or volume ray marching, is an image-based volume rendering technique. It computes 2D images from 3D volumetric data sets (3D scalar fields). Volume ray casting, which processes volume data, must not be mistaken with ray casting in the sense used in ray tracing, which processes surface data. In the volumetric variant, the computation doesn't stop at the surface but pushes th…

Politics of Eswatini Constitution Human rights LGBT rights Monarchy Ngwenyama (list) Mswati III Ndlovukati (list) Ntfombi Government Prime Minister Russell Dlamini Cabinet Parliament Senate President House of Assembly Speaker Administrative divisions Regions TinkhundlaUmphakatsi Elections Recent elections General: 201320182023 Political parties Foreign relations Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Minister: Thuli Dladla Diplomatic missions of / in Eswatini Passport Visa req…

Submarine No. 45 on 9 June 1923. She was renamed Ro-26 on 1 November 1924. History Japan NameSubmarine No. 45 BuilderSasebo Naval Arsenal, Sasebo, Japan Laid down10 March 1921 Launched18 October 1921 Completed25 January 1923 Commissioned25 January 1923 RenamedRo-26 on 1 November 1924 Decommissioned15 December 1938 Recommissioned1 May 1939 Decommissioned1 April 1940 Stricken1 April 1940 RenamedHeisan No. 6 on 1 April 1940 Fate Hulked 1 April&…

Latin Catholic archdiocese in Slovakia Archdiocese of BratislavaDioecesis BratislaviensisArcibiskupstvo BratislavaSt. Martin's CathedralCoat of armsLocationCountry SlovakiaTerritoryBratislava Region, parts of the Trnava RegionMetropolitanBratislavaStatisticsArea3,759 km2 (1,451 sq mi)Population- Total- Catholics(as of 2020[1])774,618443,097 (57.2%)Parishes124Churches206InformationDenominationCatholicSui iuris churchLatin ChurchRiteRoman RiteEstablished2…

No.1-class landing ship No. 1 on sea trials, 2 May 1944 Empire of Japan NameNo. 1 BuilderKure Naval Arsenal Laid down5 November 1943 Launched8 February 1944 Completed10 May 1944 FateSunk by American bombers, 27 July 1944 General characteristics Class and typeNo.1-class landing ship Displacement1,500 tons (standard) Length315 m (1,033 ft) overall Beam33.1 m (109 ft) Draught11.75 m (38.5 ft) Installed power 2 water-tube boilers 9,500 shp (7,100 kW) Propulsio…

For other ships with the same name, see HMS Malabar. History United Kingdom NameHMS Malabar Ordered1865 BuilderThames Shipbuilding Co., Leamouth, London[3] Yard number120 Launched8 December 1866[Note 1][1][2] Fate Became the base ship at Bermuda in 1897 Renamed HMS Terror on 1 May 1905 Sold in January 1918 General characteristics Class and typeEuphrates-class troopship TypeTroopship Displacement6,186 tons Tons burthen4,189 tons BM[3] Length360 ft (109…

Destroyer of the Royal Navy For other ships with the same name, see HMS Hardy. HMS Hardy in 1912 History United Kingdom NameHMS Hardy BuilderJohn I. Thornycroft & Company Laid down13 November 1911 Launched10 October 1912 FateSold for breaking to Thos. W. Ward of Briton Ferry General characteristics Class and typeAcasta-class destroyer Displacement892–1072 tons Length267 ft 6 in (81.5 m) Beam27 ft 0 in (8.2 m) Draught10 ft 6 in (3.2 m) Installed …

Ship of the line of the Royal Navy For other ships with the same name, see HMS Dreadnought. Dreadnought History Great Britain NameHMS Dreadnought Ordered5 December 1740 BuilderWells, Deptford Launched23 June 1742 FateSold 1784 History Great Britain NameDreadnought NamesakePrevious name retained FateFoundered 1803 General characteristics [1] Class and type1733 proposals 60-gun fourth rate ship of the line Tons burthen1093 (bm) Length144 ft (43.9 m) (gundeck) Beam41 ft 5…

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