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Traffic intensity

09-Aug-2022 20:29:09

In telecommunication networks, traffic intensity is a measure of the average occupancy of a server or resource during a specified period of time, normally a busy hour. It is measured in traffic units and defined as the ratio of the time during which a facility is cumulatively occupied to the time ...


WORW

09-Aug-2022 20:29:09

WORW is a high school radio station located in Port Huron Northern High School broadcasting a CHR/Top 40 format. Licensed to Port Huron, Michigan, it first began broadcasting on September 30, 1981. In fall of 2005, Faculty Advisor Carrie Maggs updated the high school radio station's studio with an ...


Whiggamore Raid

09-Aug-2022 20:29:10

The Whiggamore Raid was a march on Edinburgh by supporters of the Kirk faction of the Covenanters to take power from the Engagers whose army had recently been defeated by the English New Model Army at the Battle of Preston. Whiggamores —a term most likely originating from the Scots for "mar ...


Joe Mathes

09-Aug-2022 20:29:11

Joseph John Mathes was an American Major League Baseball infielder. He played for the Philadelphia Athletics during the season, the St. Louis Terriers during the season, and the Boston Braves during the season. He managed in the minor leagues off and on from 1919 through 1934. ...


Apple TV (software)

09-Aug-2022 20:29:11

TV is a line of media player software programs by Apple Inc. for viewing television shows and films on consumer electronic devices. It can stream content from the iTunes Store, the Apple TV Channels a la carte video on demand service, and the Apple TV+ original content subscription service. On iPh ...


California State Route 91

09-Aug-2022 20:29:12

State Route 91 is a major east–west state highway in the U.S. state of California that serves several regions of the Greater Los Angeles urban area. A freeway throughout its entire length, it officially runs from Vermont Avenue in Gardena, just west of the junction with the Harbor Freeway, east ...


Kovač (surname)

09-Aug-2022 20:29:15

Kovač , meaning "blacksmith" in Slavic languages, is a common surname in Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Slovenia and Serbia. In Slovakia the surname is Kováč . Kovač is a common surname in Croatia, with 9,614 carriers, most of them living in northern and eastern parts of the country a ...


Phyllis Pearsall

09-Aug-2022 20:29:15

Phyllis Isobella Pearsall MBE was a British painter and writer who founded the Geographers' A-Z Map Company, for which she is regarded as one of the most successful business people of the twentieth century. She has erroneously been credited with creating London's first popular indexed street map. ...


Provost (religion)

09-Aug-2022 20:29:15

A provost is a senior official in a number of Christian churches. Historical development. The word praepositus was originally applied to any ecclesiastical ruler or dignitary. It was soon more specifically applied to the immediate subordinate to the abbot of a monastery, or to the superior of a ...


Charles Fotherby

09-Aug-2022 20:29:15

Charles Fotherby was a Church of England clergyman who became Dean of Canterbury. Life. Fotherby's date of birth is not recorded but he is stated to have been 70 when he died. His father was Martin Fotherby of Great Grimsby in Lincolnshire. His younger brother, Dr Martin Fotherby, was also a pre ...


Charles Duguid

09-Aug-2022 20:29:16

Charles Duguid was a Scottish-born medical practitioner, social reformer, Presbyterian lay leader and Aboriginal rights campaigner who lived in Adelaide, South Australia for most of his adult life, and recorded his experience working among the Aboriginal Australians in a number of books. He founde ...


The Lincoln Academy of Illinois

09-Aug-2022 20:29:18

The Lincoln Academy of Illinois is a not-for-profit and non-partisan organization dedicated to recognizing contributions made by living Illinoisans. Named for Abraham Lincoln, the Academy administers the Order of Lincoln , the highest award given by the U.S. state of Illinois. Each year several p ...


Centroid

09-Aug-2022 20:29:19

In mathematics and physics, the centroid or geometric center of a plane figure is the arithmetic mean position of all the points in the figure. Informally, it is the point at which a cutout of the shape could be perfectly balanced on the tip of a pin. The definition extends to any object in n - ...


Mount Prospect, Illinois

09-Aug-2022 20:29:19

Mount Prospect is a village in Elk Grove and Wheeling Townships in Cook County, Illinois, about northwest of downtown Chicago, and approximately 4 miles north of O'Hare International Airport. As of the 2010 census, the village had a total population of 54,167. Geography. Mount Prospect is located ...


Vladimir Kuroyedov

09-Aug-2022 20:29:20

Vladimir Ivanovich Kuroyedov is a former longest-serving Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy. Earlier he was Chief of Staff/1st Deputy Commander of the Baltic Fleet, Chief of Staff/1st Deputy Commander of the Pacific Fleet since 1993 and Chief of the Main Staff/1st Deputy Commander-in-Chief of ...


Barisal

09-Aug-2022 20:29:20

Barisal , officially known as Barishal , is a major city that lies on the bank of Kirtankhola river in south-central Bangladesh. It is the largest city and the administrative headquarter of both Barisal district and Barisal Division. It is one of the oldest municipalities and river ports of the co ...


Ralph Vaughan Williams

09-Aug-2022 20:29:20

Ralph Vaughan Williams was an English composer. His works include operas, ballets, chamber music, secular and religious vocal pieces and orchestral compositions including nine symphonies, written over sixty years. Strongly influenced by Tudor music and English folk-song, his output marked a decisi ...


1st (United Kingdom) Division

09-Aug-2022 20:29:21

The 1st Division , formerly known as the 1st Armoured Division , is a division of the British Army. It has recently returned home from being stationed in Germany. Originally formed in November 1937 as the Mobile Division , it saw extensive service during the Second World War and was disbanded aft ...


List of most expensive buildings

09-Aug-2022 20:29:21

Below lists the most expensive buildings in the world , which cost the most money to construct. As of 2019 the most expensive building is the Masjid Al Haram in Saudi Arabia, which costs around 100 billion $US. Note: A building is briefly defined as a structure with a roof and walls, standing more ...


Lokoya language

09-Aug-2022 20:29:21

Lokoya is an Eastern Nilotic language spoken by an estimated 12,400 people in South Sudan. It is also referred to by various other names, including Ellyria, Koyo, Loirya, Ohoromok, Lokoiya, Lokoja, Loquia, Lowoi, Oirya, Owoi, and Oxoriok. Classification. Lokoya has been classified as a member of ...


Allen Tucker

09-Aug-2022 20:29:22

Allen Tucker was an American artist. Biography. He was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1866 and graduated from the School of Mines of Columbia University in 1887 with a degree in architecture and worked as a draftsman at McIlvaine and Tucker. In 1908, he exhibited with Robert Henri, George Luks, Ge ...


John Hersey High School

09-Aug-2022 20:29:22

John Hersey High School is a four-year public high school located in Arlington Heights, Illinois, a northwest suburb of Chicago in the United States. It has its students from Arlington Heights and also enrolls students from Prospect Heights, Mount Prospect and a small fraction of Des Plaines. Name ...


Jekyll Island

09-Aug-2022 20:29:23

Jekyll Island is located off the coast of the U.S. state of Georgia, in Glynn County. It is one of the Sea Islands and one of the Golden Isles of Georgia barrier islands. The island is owned by the State of Georgia and run by a self-sustaining, self-governing body. Long used seasonally by indigeno ...


Human rights in the United Arab Emirates

09-Aug-2022 20:29:23

According to human rights organizations, the government of the UAE violates a number of fundamental human rights. The UAE does not have democratically elected institutions and citizens do not have the right to change their government or to form political parties. There are reports of forced disappea ...


Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy

09-Aug-2022 20:29:24

The Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy , or IMSA , is a three-year residential public secondary education institution in Aurora, Illinois, United States, with an enrollment of approximately 650 students. Enrollment is generally offered to incoming sophomores, although younger students who ha ...