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Greater New Jersey Conference

The Greater New Jersey Conference is an annual conference of the United Methodist Church. This conference serves approximately 560 congregations in New Jersey, and parts of New York, and Pennsylvania. The conferences administrative offices and th ...

Northern Illinois Conference (United Methodist)

The Northern Illinois Conference is an Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. This conference serves the northern portion of the state of Illinois with its administrative offices and the office of the bishop being in Chicago, Illinois. ...

Jurisdictional conferences (United Methodist Church)

The Jurisdictional Conferences are a collection of Annual Conferences of The United Methodist Church located inside the United States. The Constitution of the United Methodist Church established five jurisdictions in the United States, and this d ...

North Alabama annual conference

The North Alabama Conference is an Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. This conference serves the northern half of the state of Alabama, with its administrative offices and the office of the bishop located in Birmingham, AL. It is p ...

Western North Carolina Annual Conference

The Western North Carolina Conference is an Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. This conference serves the western half of the state of North Carolina, with its administrative offices and the office of the bishop being located in Hu ...

North Carolina Annual Conference

The North Carolina Conference is an Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. This conference serves the eastern half of the state of North Carolina, with its administrative offices and the office of the bishop located in Raleigh, North C ...

North Georgia Annual Conference

The North Georgia Conference is an Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. This conference serves the northern half of the state of Georgia, with its administrative offices and the office of the bishop located in Norcross, GA. It is par ...

North Texas Conference

The North Texas Conference is an Annual Conference. This conference encompasses a triangle-shaped northern portion of the state of Texas that spans from Dallas to Wichita Falls to Paris. The conference includes a small geographic area relative to ...

South Carolina Annual Conference

The South Carolina Conference is an Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. This conference serves the state of South Carolina with its administrative offices and the office of the bishop being in Columbia, South Carolina. It is part of ...

West Michigan Annual Conference

The Michigan Area Conference is one of 54 Annual Conferences of The United Methodist Church in the United States. They are one of 10 members of the North Central Jurisdiction. The Michigan Area Annual Conference represents more than 830 local Uni ...

Urshan College

Urshan College, formerly known as Gateway College of Evangelism, is a Christian College in Wentzville, Missouri, near St. Louis. It is owned and operated by the United Pentecostal Church International. In 2012, the college was acquired by Urshan ...

Avenue St. Andrews United Reformed Church

The church was founded in 1662 under the ministry of Rev Nathaniel Robinson. The hymn writer Isaac Watts was a deacon of the church. Avenue Congregational Church was opened on Wednesday, 7 December 1898. After the decision to merge St. Andrews an ...

Church of Christ the Cornerstone

Church of Christ the Cornerstone is an Ecumenical church in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire. It was completed in 1991 and has the Church of England, the Baptist Union, the Methodist Church, the Roman Catholic Church and the United Reformed Church ...

Godalming United Church

Godalming United Church is a non-conformist church formed in 1977 of a union of the local Methodist and URC churches. Built in 1903, it is located between the fire station and the River Wey in Godalming.

Hope United Reformed Church

Hope United Reformed Church is an active United Reformed Church in Weymouth, Dorset, England. It was built in 1861–62 and has been a Grade II listed building since 1974.

Roydon United Reformed Church

Roydon United Reformed church originated in 1798, when James Brown of Harlow opened a Baptist meeting house in Harlow Road, Roydon. It was reconstituted in 1811 as an Independent church. In 1851 the original building was replaced with a new chape ...

Stockton Road United Reformed Church

Stockton Road United Reformed Church) is a United Reformed church in the Ashbrooke area of Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England. Initially Presbyterian Church, it was built by John Bennie Wilson of Glasgow in 1888-90, to replace a former chapel on ...

Hamilton United Reformed Church

The United Reformed Church, Hamilton, Scotland, is made up of two congregations which merged in 1966. The older congregation originally met in a building at Back o’ Barns, and was founded under the guidance of the Reverend Greville Ewing, who was ...

First Universalist Church (Auburn, Maine)

The First Universalist Church is a historic church building on the corner of Pleasant, Elm, and Spring Streets in Auburn, Maine. It was built in 1876 to a design by John Stevens of Boston, Massachusetts, and has been a significant landmark in the ...

Liberty Universalist Church and Feasterville Academy Historic District

Liberty Universalist Church and Feasterville Academy Historic District is a national historic district located near Winnsboro, Fairfield County, South Carolina. The property encompasses four buildings constructed between 1831 and 1845. They are t ...

Universalist Church of West Hartford

The church organized in 1821, but it had its origins in Hartford in the late 18th century, during the period when the Congregational church was dominant in the area. At that time, a sizable group of people, influenced by Elhanan Winchester, began ...

TNA Gut Check

In professional wrestling, the TNA Gut Check was a tryout program by the American professional wrestling promotion Total Nonstop Action Wrestling as a means of recruiting new talent. The TNA Gut Check featured as a segment on occasional episodes ...

National Bank of Poland building in Bydgoszcz

The local seat of the National Bank of Poland is delimitated by the corner of Jagiellonska street on the north and Franciszek Ksawery Drucki-Lubecki street on the west.

CDH Investments

CDH Investments is a major Chinese alternative asset management firm based in Beijing, China. It specializes in private equity, venture capital and credit products. CDH invests across a range of sectors and regions. As of March 2015, CDH manages ...

TrueBridge Capital Partners

TrueBridge Capital Partners is a boutique alternative asset investment firm uniquely focused on venture funds and direct investments in emerging technology companies. The firm was founded in 2007 by Mel Williams and Edwin Poston, formerly of the ...

Centigon (company)

Centigon is a division of the Centigon Security Group. The company traces its roots back to coach builder Sayers & Scovill, later Hess & Eisenhardt and then OGara-Hess & Eisenhardt. In 2001 the company became part of armor holdings Inc is a provi ...

Advanced Gun System

The Advanced Gun System is a naval artillery system developed and produced by BAE Systems Armaments Systems for the Zumwalt -class destroyer of the United States Navy. Designated the 155 mm/62 Mark 51 Advanced Gun System, it was designed to provi ...

M777 howitzer

The M777 howitzer is a towed 155 mm artillery piece. It succeeded the M198 howitzer in the United States Marine Corps and United States Army in 2005. The M777 is also used by the ground forces of Australia, Canada, India and Saudi Arabia. It made ...

Action News

Action News is a local television newscast format originating in the United States. First conceived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, it is characterized by a tight format with strict time limits on set packages, a focus on surrounding suburbs, and ...

CNR (software)

CNR, or One-Click & Run, was a free one-click software delivery service that was created to make finding and installing Linux software easier. It assists the user in finding and installing software on their computer, it sits dormant in the system ...

Digital Cornerstone

Digital Cornerstone and Linspire, Inc) is a Linux and open source software company with its headquarters in San Diego, California. It has primarily targeted desktop computers with its flagship Linux distribution, Linspire. It was bought in 2008 b ...

3-inch Ordnance rifle

The 3-inch Ordnance rifle, Model 1861 was a wrought iron muzzle-loading rifled cannon that was adopted by the United States Army in 1861 and widely used in field artillery units during the American Civil War. It fired a 9.5 lb projectile to a dis ...

10-pounder Parrott rifle

The 10-pounder Parrott rifle, Model 1861 was a cast iron muzzle-loading rifled cannon that was adopted by the United States Army in 1861 and often used in field artillery units during the American Civil War. Like other Parrott rifles, the gun bre ...

20-pounder Parrott rifle

The 20-pounder Parrott rifle, Model 1861 was a cast iron muzzle-loading rifled cannon that was adopted by the United States Army in 1861 and employed in field artillery units during the American Civil War. As with other Parrott rifles, the gun br ...

70-pounder Whitworth naval gun

The 70-pounder Whitworth naval gun was designed by Joseph Whitworth during the 1860s. It was a rifled muzzle loader and used his hexagonal, rifled-bore design.

Coehorn

Van Coehoorn came to prominence during the 1689–97 Nine Years War, whose tactics have been summarised by historian John Childs as follows: "The majority of infantrymen never fired their muskets in anger.armies were consciously geared towards the ...

Confederate Revolving Cannon

The Confederate revolving cannon was a weapon developed and used during the U.S. Civil War. The weapon had a design similar to that of a revolver pistol, scaled up to the size of a cannon.

Dahlgren gun

Dahlgren guns were muzzle-loading naval artillery designed by Rear Admiral John A. Dahlgren USN, mostly used in the period of the American Civil War. Dahlgrens design philosophy evolved from an accidental explosion in 1849 of a 32-pounder being t ...

M1841 6-pounder field gun

The M1841 6-pounder field gun was a bronze smoothbore muzzle-loading cannon that was adopted by the United States Army in 1841 and used from the Mexican–American War to the American Civil War. It fired a 6.1 lb round shot up to a distance of 1.52 ...

M1841 12-pounder howitzer

The M1841 12-pounder howitzer was a bronze smoothbore muzzle-loading artillery piece that was adopted by the United States Army in 1841 and employed from the Mexican–American War to the American Civil War. It fired a 8.9 lb shell up to a distance ...

Paixhans gun

The Paixhans gun was the first naval gun designed to fire explosive shells. It was developed by the French general Henri-Joseph Paixhans in 1822–1823. The design furthered the evolution of naval artillery into the modern age. Its use presaged the ...

Siege artillery in the American Civil War

Siege artillery is heavy artillery primarily used in military attacks on fortified positions. At the time of the American Civil War, the U.S. Army classified its artillery into three hundred varied types, depending on the guns weight and intended ...

Artillery of World War I

The artillery of World War I was the trench warfare that set in shortly after the conflict commenced, and was an important factor in the war, influencing its tactics, and operations, and being incorporated into strategies that were used by the be ...

Skoda 7.5 cm d/29 Model 1911

The Skoda 7.5 cm d/29 Model 1911 also known as the 7.5 cm polni kanon d/29 vzor 1911 was a light howitzer produced by Skoda before the First World War. It was used during World War I by the Austro-Hungarian Army and some pieces were still in rese ...

Armata 75 mm wz.02/26

The Armata 75 mm wz.02/06 was a light field gun used by Poland before and during World War II. It began life as the 76 mm divisional gun M1902 a Russian light field gun used in the Russo-Japanese War, World War I, Russian Civil War and Polish–Sov ...

2 cm KwK 30

The 2 cm KwK 30 L/55 was a German 2 cm cannon used primarily as the main armament of the German Sd.Kfz.121 Panzerkampfwagen II light tank. It was used during the Spanish Civil War and the Second World War. It was produced by Mauser and Rheinmetal ...