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Typ 4 20-cm-Raketenwerfer

Der Typ 4 20-cm-Raketenwerfer war ein Raketenwerfer, der vom Kaiserlich Japanischen Heer während des Pazifikkrieges von 1944 bis 1945 eingesetzt wurde. Die Bezeichnung Typ 4 deutet dabei auf das Jahr der Truppeneinführung, das Jahr Kōki 2604 bzw. 1944 nach gregorianischem Kalender, hin.

ISO 3166-2: CM

Die Liste der ISO-3166-2-Codes für Kamerun enthält die Codes für die zehn Provinzen. Die Codes bestehen aus zwei Teilen, die durch einen Bindestrich voneinander getrennt sind. Der erste Teil gibt den Landescode gemäß ISO 3166-1 für Kamerun CM, der zweite den Code für die Provinz wieder. Die aktuellen Codes stehen auf der Seite der ISO unter #iso:code:3166:CM zur Verfügung. In der Liste sind die französischen und die englischen Namen angegeben.

Vorwahl 09 (Deutschland)

Der Vorwahlbereich 09 umfasst als einer von acht geografischen Vorwahlbereichen in Deutschland die Ortsnetzkennzahlen für Ortsnetze im süddeutschen Raum und die Sonderrufnummer 0900 für Premium-Dienste. Die Zentralvermittlungsstelle für den Bereich befand sich in Nürnberg. Ortsnamen in Fettschrift bezeichnen die Standorte der ehemaligen Knotenvermittlungsstellen KVSt.

CM Punk

Phillip Jack Brooks, besser bekannt unter seinem Ringnamen CM Punk, ist ein ehemaliger US-amerikanischer Wrestler und MMA-Kämpfer, der aktuell als Kommentator bei Cage Fury Fighting Championships und als Analyst bei WWE Backstage auftritt. Er erhielt insgesamt fünfmal den höchsten Titel der WWE. Sein Straight-Edge-Gimmick repräsentiert auch seinen eigenen Lebensstil. Er war seit seiner Kindheit von diesem Lebensstil so beeindruckt, dass er mit 19 Jahren seine eigene Band, "Dark Moonside", gründete. Diese vertritt ebenso den Straight-Edge-Lifestyle.

The Corporation O’ Squaremen

In 1903 the organization was reformed in Edinburgh by Brethren Philip and William Murray. It spread across Scotland and England, but became less popular after World War II. At its prime there were 12 daughter Sheds in existence and these Sheds met fairly regularly and in masonic halls, usually varying their venue each time. The joining fee was originally 60 Scottish merks £3/5/0 or about £15.75, today the fee is in the region of £30 - £50 depending on the Shed.

Squaregraph

In graph theory, a branch of mathematics, a squaregraph is a type of undirected graph that can be drawn in the plane in such a way that every bounded face is a quadrilateral and every vertex with three or fewer neighbors is incident to an unbounded face.

Namazi Square

Namazi Square is one of the main squares in Shiraz, Iran. Namazi Hospital, Kharazmi Library, Motahari Clinic, Emam Reza Clinic and Shiraz university Engeeniring Building are located near this square.

Squarehead

Squarehead is a garage pop band based in Dublin, Ireland. It currently consists of lead singer / guitarist Roy Duffy, bassist Ian McFarlane and Ruan Van Vliet on drums.

Meterstick

A metrestick or yardstick is either a straightedge or foldable ruler used to measure length, and is especially common in the construction industry. They are often made of wood or plastic, and often have metal or plastic joints so that they can be folded together. Normal length of a metrestick made for the international market is either one or two metres, while a yardstick made for the U.S. market is typically one yard long. Metresticks are usually divided with lines for each millimetre 1000 per metre and numerical markings per centimetre 100 per metre, with numbers either in centi- or millimetre. Yardsticks are most often marked with a scale in inches, but sometimes also feature marks for foot increments. Hybrid sticks with more than one measurement system also exist, most notably those which have metric measurements on one side and U.S. customary units on the other side or both on the same side. The "tumstock" literally "thumbstick", meaning "inch-stick" invented in 1883 by the Swedish engineer Karl-Hilmer Johansson Kollen was the first such hybrid stick, and was developed with the goal to help Sweden convert to the metric system.

Beverley Squares

Beverley Square East and Beverley Square West, also spelled Beverly Square, are a pair of neighborhoods in the Flatbush section of the New York City borough of Brooklyn. Located southwest of Prospect Park within what is now called Victorian Flatbush, one of the largest concentrations of Victorian houses in the United States, they were developed in the 1900s primarily by Thomas Benton Ackerson, whose former home is in Beverley Square West.

Japan Sport Olympic Square

Japan Sport Olympic Square is a building in Tokyo, Japan, which will serve as an administrative center for the upcoming 2020 Summer Olympics. The first two floors house the Japan Olympic Museum, which opened in September 2019. The area around Japan Sport Olympic Square was developed as Tokyo Olympic Park. Installed outside the building are bronze statues of Pierre de Coubertin and Kanō Jigorō, as well as a replica of the Olympic cauldron from the 1964 Summer Olympics Tokyo, 1972 Winter Olympics Sapporo, and 1998 Winter Olympics Nagano. The Olympic symbol is also set up in Tokyo Olympic Park, making it a popular commemorative photo spot.

Smith Square

Smith Square is a square in Westminster, London, 250 metres SSW of the Palace of Westminster. Most majority of its garden interior is filled by St Johns, Smith Square, a Baroque surplus church, inside converted to a concert hall. Most adjoining buildings are offices, with the focus on organisations lobbying or serving the government. In the mid 20th century the square hosted the headquarters of the two largest parties of British politics, and it is now hosts much of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and the Local Government Association. It has a pedestrian or mixed approach to the four sides, and a further approach to the north.

Cathedral Square

Cathedral Square may refer to: Cathedral Square Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States Praça da Se, São Paulo, Brazil Cathedral Square, a light rail station on Sacramento, California, United States Cathedral Square, Moscow, Russia Cathedral Square, Perth, Australia Cathedral Square, Mobile, Alabama, United States Cathedral Square, Gibraltar Cathedral Square, Brisbane, Australia Cathedral Square, Christchurch, New Zealand Cathedral Square, Glasgow, Scotland Cathedral Square, Vilnius, Lithuania

Washington Square

Washington Square MBTA station, Brookline Washington Square, Pasadena, California, a neighborhood of Pasadena, CA Washington Square Brookline, Massachusetts Washington Square Bangkok, Thailand Washington Square West, Philadelphia, neighborhood Washington Square Charleston, South Carolina Washington Square Newport, Rhode Island Washington Square, New Orleans, Louisiana, in the Faubourg Marigny Washington Square Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, park Washington Square, Syracuse, New York Washington Square, Savannah, Georgia Washington Square Park, Greenwich Village, New York City Washington Square Salt Lake City, Utah Washington Square San Francisco, California Washington Square Park Chicago, Illinois