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Ван'т Хоф, Роберт

Роберт ван’т Хоф - американский профессиональный теннисист и теннисный тренер. Победитель 8 турниров Гран-при и АТР в одиночном и парном разрядах, член Зала славы Межвузовской теннисной ассоциации.

БРЭМ-80У

БРЭМ-80У - бронированная ремонтно-эвакуационная машина, способная вытаскивать технику с поля боя и под огнём противника.

Т-80У

Принят на вооружение вооружённых сил СССР в 1985 году. Боевая масса 46 тонн. Бронирование корпус аналогично Т-80БВ. Применена новая башня с усиленным бронированием и "ячеистым наполнителем". Установлены: комплекс управляемого вооружения 9К119 "Рефлекс" и комплекс управления оружием 1А45 "Иртыш", 125-мм орудие 2А46М-1, система запуска дымовых гранат 902Б "Туча", противопожарное оборудование 3ЭЦ13 "Иней", новая встроенная динамическая защита "Контакт-5". С 1990 года устанавливался двигатель ГТД-1250 лошадиные силы и комплекс управляемого вооружения 9К119М "Инвар".

Что чаще всего встречается в романах, повестях и т. п.?

"Что чаще всего встречается в романах, повестях и т. п.?" - рассказ-пародия русского писателя XIX-XX века Антона Павловича Чехова, написанный в 1880 году и впервые опубликованный под псевдонимом "Антоша" 9 марта 1880 года в десятом номере художественно-юмористического журнала "Стрекоза". Разрешение цензурного комитета было получено 6 марта. Рассказ является первой публикацией А. П. Чехова как писателя. Ещё с гимназии Антон Павлович был хорошо знаком с журналами для семейного чтения, такими как "Нива", "Огонёк", "Газета А. Гатцука" и другие. "…сразу видно, что я начитался немецких романов", - писал автор 8 февраля 1877 года М. М. Чехову. "Что чаще всего встречается в романах, повестях и т. п.?" было написано как пародия на содержимое подобных изданий. В дальнейшем Чехов продолжал собирать всевозможные литературные трюизмы и штампы. Из письма к издателю Алексею Сергеевичу Суворину от 11 марта 1889 года следует, что Чехов собирал подобные реестры, чтобы избегать их использования в своём творчестве: "Неверных жен, самоубийц, кулаков, добродетельных мужиков, преданных рабов, резонирующих старушек, добрых нянюшек, уездных остряков, красноносых капитанов и "новых" людей постараюсь избежать". 8 мая 1889 года в письме к Александру Павловичу Чехову писатель дополнил перечень собираемых штампов: "Отставные капитаны с красными носами, пьющие репортеры, голодающие писатели, чахоточные жены-труженицы, честные молодые люди без единого пятнышка, возвышенные девицы, добродушные няни - всё это было уж описано и должно быть объезжаемо, как яма".

БТР-80УМ

БТР-80УМ "Рогань" - украинская модернизация советского бронетранспортёра БТР-80, разработанная заводом имени Малышева по заказу Национальной гвардии Украины.

БТР-80УП

В начале 2005 года польская компания "Bumar S.A." заключила контракт на поставку 115 модернизированных бронетранспортёров БТР-80 для вооружённых сил Ирака. В дальнейшем, после согласования объемов финансирования и выделения денежных средств, было принято решение модернизировать 98 БТР-80 за 30 миллионов долларов США, и "Bumar S.A." заключила контракт с украинской компанией "Спецтехноэкспорт" на осуществление модернизации 98 бронетранспортёров БТР-80. Работы по модернизации бронетранспортёров начались в начале 2006 года, их осуществлял Николаевский ремонтно-механический завод министерства обороны Украины. Первые 32 бронетранспортёра были закуплены на Украине, остальные 66 были приобретены из наличия министерства внутренних дел Венгрии в ноябре 2006 года. В ноябре 2014 года в результате расследования военной прокуратурой Украины было установлено, что при выполнении контракта по изготовлению БТР-80УП незаконно использовались детали и запасные части, снятые с находившихся на хранении бронетранспортёров БТР-80 вооружённых сил Украины, что причинило министерству обороны Украины убытки в размере 130 тысяч гривен.

A Certain Scientific Railgun T

A Certain Scientific Railgun T is the third season of the A Certain Scientific Railgun television anime series produced by J.C.Staff and directed by Tatsuyuki Nagai, based on the manga of the same name, which in itself is a spin-off of Kazuma Kamachis A Certain Magical Index series. The season began airing in Japan from January 10, 2020 and is being simulcast by Crunchyroll. On April 18, 2020, it was announced that after the twelfth episode, the remaining episodes of the season were delayed due to the effect of ongoing the COVID-19 pandemic. The third season uses two pieces of theme music, one opening theme and one ending theme. From episode one onwards, the first opening theme is "final phase" by fripSide and the first ending theme is "nameless story" by Kishida Kyoudan & The Akeboshi Rockets.

Booker T

Booker T or Booker T. may refer to List of things named after Booker T. Washington, some nicknamed "Booker T." Booker T. Washington 1856–1915, African American political leader at the turn of the 20th century Booker T. Jones born 1944, American musician and frontman of Booker T. and the M.G.s Booker T wrestler born 1965, ring name of American professional wrestler Booker Huffman Also Booker T. Boffin, pseudonym of Thomas Dolby on Def Leppards album Pyromania Booker T. Whatley 1915–2005 agricultural professor at Tuskegee University Booker T. Washington White 1909–1977, American Delta blues guitarist and singer known as Bukka White Booker T. Laury 1914–1995, American boogie-woogie and blues pianist Booker T. Bradshaw 1940–2003, American record producer, film and TV actor, and executive Booker T. Spicely 1909–1944 victim of a racist murder in North Carolina, United States

P. T.

P. T. Chandapilla 1926-2010, Vicar General of St. Thomas Evangelical Church of India P. T. Ricci born 1987, American professional lacrosse player P. T. Chacko 1915-1964, Indian politician P. T. Bopanna born 1950, Indian author and journalist P. T. Thomas born 1950, Indian politician P. T. De Silva 1929-2015, Sri Lankan physician P. T. Thanu Pillai, Indian politician active in the 1950s P. T. Kunju Muhammed born 1949, Indian Malayalam film director and producer and politician Pakhal Tirumal Reddy 1915-1996, Indian painter P. T. Daly 1870-1943, Irish trade unionist and politician P. T. Deutermann born 1941, American writer of mystery, police procedural and thriller novels P. T. Selbit 1881–1938, English magician, inventor and writer credited with being the first person to perform the illusion of sawing a woman in half P. T. Barnum 1810-1891, American showman, politician and businessman P. T. Srinivasa Iyengar 1863–1931, Indian historian, linguist and educationist P. T. Narasimhan 1928–2013, Indian theoretical chemist P. T. Parameshwar Naik Indian politician who assumed office in 2013 P. T. Usha born 1964, Indian retired sprinter and hurdler P. T. Selvakumar, Indian Tamil film director and producer P. T. Rajan 1892-1974, Indian politician and barrister, Chief Minister of Madras Presidency

G.I.T.

G.I.T. It is a supergroup of rock and new wave from Buenos Aires, Argentina, emerged in the early 1980s, composed of Pablo Guyot, Willy Iturri and Alfredo Toth. The 3 musicians coincided for the first time in Raul Porchettos band, serving as the instrumental basis for the best hits of the artist in the early 1980s. Charly Garcia was dazzled with Porchettos base and incorporated them into his solo band, recording with them 2 albums. The musicians had been asking for a space of their own for some time, so Charly granted and allowed them to form a band, which was called GIT acronym that comes from the initials of the last names of its members: Guyot, Iturri and Toth. Charly gave them a hand and was the producer of his self-titled debut album. The album quickly became a success and GIT began its takeoff: it would become one of the emblematic bands of the golden age of Argentine rock, conquering Argentina, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Japan, United States and Mexico. Due to human wear and tear in the face of the overwhelming success the band was having, they separated in 1988. They subsequently held meetings in 1992, 2010 and 2017. In 2017, the members of the band, were declared by the Legislature of the city of Buenos Aires as "Outstanding Personality of the City of Buenos Aires", for the legacy of his artistic career. The songs "La calle es su lugar Ana" and "Siempre fuiste mi amor", of the first and second record plate respectively, granted the public recognition. Other of his successes, such as "Es por amor", belonging to his third album, GIT Volume 3 1986, led them to national and global success. Other hits in its last stage are completed by songs such as the "Buenas noches, Beirut" anti-war, the rocker "No te portes mal", the pop ballad "Para Pau" and others.

Tubby T

Tubby T was a British reggae, dancehall, garage and grime MC and singer from Brent, London. His 2002 single "Tales of the Hood", produced by Sticky, reached No. 47 on the UK Singles Chart and No. 7 on the UK Dance Chart. The following year, he featured on the single "Big N Bashy" by rapper Fallacy which reached No. 45 on the UK Singles Chart. As well as Sticky, Tubby T worked with other artists such as MJ Cole, Sweetie Irie, Ms. Dynamite and Buju Banton. Robinson died on 22 May 2008 after suffering his second stroke in four years.

P&T

P&T may refer to: Penn & Teller, American illusionists and entertainers Pharmacy and Therapeutics journal Pharmacy and Therapeutics Minister for Posts and Telegraphs, former senior government position in Ireland Post & Telegraph, former cabinet department of the Government of India Partitioning and transmutation, a succession of chemical separation operations advanced reprocessing and neutron irradiation repeated in long nuclear fuel cycles aimed at reducing the radiotoxicity of minor actinides and long-lived fission products P&TLuxembourg, Luxembourg communications corporation Promotion and Tenure, referring to academic tenure processes P & T Architects & Engineers Ltd., an architecture firm in Hong Kong

S&T

S&T can refer to: Switching and terminal railroad Sky & Telescope, a magazine Science and technology, the counterpart of R&D Signalling and Telecommunications or Signalling and Telegraphy in Railway signalling S&T Dynamics, machine-tools and auto parts manufacturer of South Korea Strategy & Tactics, a magazine Sales and Trading S&T Motors, the former name for KR Motors, a motorcycle manufacturer in South Korea S&T company, an IT company from Austria Missouri University of Science and Technology, often shortened to "Missouri S&T" or simply "S&T"

Skoda 35 T

Skoda 35 T is a five carbody section low-floor bi-directional tram, developed by Skoda Transportation for Chemnitz. The low-floor area of the fully airconditioned tram represents 100% of the entire vehicle floor. Chemnitzer Verkehrs-Aktiengesellschaft ordered 14 units in June 2016. The first tram was delivered in December 2018.

U of T

U of T may refer to: Albania University of Tirana Canada University of Toronto Estonia University of Tartu Iran University of Tehran Japan University of Tokyo Netherlands University of Twente, alternatively known as Universiteit Twente Puerto Rico University of Turabo, alternatively known as Universidad del Turabo United States University of Tennessee University of Texas University of Tampa University of Toledo University of Tulsa

Junia-T

Junia-T is the stage name of Jonathan Lindo, a Canadian rapper from Toronto, Ontario. He is most noted for his album Studio Monk, which was longlisted for the 2020 Polaris Music Prize. He was previously associated with the duo Smash Brovaz, who released the album Think It’s A Game? in 2012. Junia-T then released his solo debut Eye See You in 2014. Discouraged by the albums lack of success, he considered quitting the music business for a time, but found his creative perspective refreshed after joining Addy Papas Riot Club sessions. He signed with Pirates Blend, Studio Monk, his second album, was released on that label in January 2020. He also works as touring DJ with Jessie Reyez, who contributed vocals on both of Junia-Ts solo albums.