A page of a birth register for Jews from 1859
Layout view of a simple CMOS Operational Amplifier (inputs are to the left and the compensation capacitor is to the right). The metal layer is coloured blue, green and brown are N- and P-doped Si, the polysilicon is red and vias are crosses.
A page of a birth register for Jews from 1859
Engineer using an early IC-designing workstation to analyze a section of a circuit design cut on rubylith, circa 1979
Major steps in the IC design flow
Physical design steps within the digital design flow

Document containing all the requirements to a certain product.

- Product requirements document

It is much shorter and more general than a product requirements document or a marketing requirements document, which outline the specific product plan and marketing plan respectively.

- Vision document

This phase should result in a product requirements document.

- Integrated circuit design
A page of a birth register for Jews from 1859
David Garrick in Richard III onstage
A commedia dell'arte street play during the Carnival of Venice
Commedia dell'arte Troupe on a Wagon in a Town Square by Jan Miel (1640)
Claude Gillot (1673–1722), Four Commedia dell'arte Figures: Three Gentlemen and Pierrot, c. 1715
Pulcinella, drawn by Maurice Sand
Harlequin in a 19th-century Italian print
Commedia dell'arte troupe I Gelosi in a late 16th-century Flemish painting
Jean-Antoine Watteau (1684–1721), Commedia dell'arte player of Pierrot, ca. 1718–19, identified as "Gilles". Louvre, Paris.
Harlequin and Pantalone in a 2011 play in Tallinn, Estonia.
Eduardo De Filippo as Pulcinella
Harlequin and Colombina. Paint by Giovanni Domenico Ferretti.
Jean-Antoine Watteau, Italian Comedians, 1720
Johann Joachim Kändler's commedia dell'arte figures in Meissen porcelain, c. 1735–44
Peeter van Bredael, Commedia dell'arte Scene in an Italian Landscape
Pierrot as "Pjerrot" in Denmark

Fabius Dorsennus (also spelled Dossennus or Dossenus) was a thespian and author of Atellan Farce in Ancient Rome, known for his careless performances.

- Dorsennus

The characters may have connections to similar roles in Commedia dell'arte and Punch and Judy.

- Atellan Farce

Some date the origins to the period of the Roman Republic (Plautine types) or the Empire (Atellan Farces).

- Commedia dell'arte
Pulcinella in a 19th century Italian print
Territories of the Roman civilization:
Capodimonte porcelain jar with three figures of Pulcinella, Naples, Italy, 1745-50.
Polichinelle, ca. 1680 by French artist Nicolas Bonnart. The first of a set of five etchings entitled Five Characters from the Commedia dell’Arte. Etching with hand coloring on laid paper.
Book illustration of Pulcinella in 1700 (1860) by Maurice Sand, found in Masques et bouffons: comédie italienne.
Pulcinella costume
rigid sugar-loaf hat

Pulcinella has his origins in two stock characters of the ancient Roman Atellan farce, Maccus and Bucco.

- Pulcinella

Called Bononiensis (“native of Bononia” (i.e. Bologna), Pomponius was a writer of Atellanae Fabulae (Atellan Fables), and a near contemporary of Quintus Novius.

- Lucius Pomponius

Maccus+Buccus → Pulcinella

- Atellan Farce
The LTGEN insignia of Crown of St Edward above a crossed sword and baton, with the word 'Australia' at the bottom.
Vice Admiral Stuart Mayer in December 2021

Military decoration awarded to personnel of the Australian Defence Force, it is awarded for the distinguished performance of duties in warlike operations.

- Commendation for Distinguished Service

Grey was posted to the 3rd Cavalry Regiment and, as a captain, was deployed to Vietnam for which he was belatedly awarded the Commendation for Distinguished Service.

- John Grey (Australian general)

Mayer was awarded a Commendation for Distinguished Service for his "distinguished performance" in this role.

- Stuart Mayer
The LTGEN insignia of Crown of St Edward above a crossed sword and baton, with the word 'Australia' at the bottom.
Waterfall and Al Jolson monument at Hillside Memorial Park
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Bloomfield c. 1968
An advertisement concert featuring the Mike Bloomfield Band for a 1973 show in Indianapolis.

Mike Bloomfield (1943–1981), musician

- Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery

She was buried at the Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery, a Jewish cemetery in Culver City, California, and the reception took place at the Hillcrest Country Club.

- Edith Flagg

His remains are interred in a crypt at Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery, in Culver City, near Los Angeles.

- Mike Bloomfield
Waterfall and Al Jolson monument at Hillside Memorial Park
Vince Carter (blue) tries to make a layup shot, while Pau Gasol (yellow) defends the basket
Stephen Jackson played for the Bobcats in 1997 and 1998.
Mark Hendrickson had three separate stints with La Crosse (1997, 1999 and 2000).

The La Crosse Bobcats were a Continental Basketball Association basketball team located in La Crosse, Wisconsin, from 1996 to the league's bankruptcy in February 2001.

- La Crosse Bobcats

American former professional basketball player.

- Omm'A Givens

Some examples include Nick Van Exel (1993, Los Angeles Lakers of the NBA and Rapid City Thrillers of the CBA), Dontonio Wingfield (1994, Seattle SuperSonics and Rapid City Thrillers), Stephen Jackson (1997, Phoenix Suns and La Crosse Bobcats), and Jason Hart (2000, Milwaukee Bucks and Idaho Stampede).

- Continental Basketball Association

English former footballer who played as a striker.

- Brian Wake

He was released by Morton at the end of the 2009–10 season.

- Steven Masterton

Brian Wake was released, with his next destination being Gateshead.

- 2009–10 Greenock Morton F.C. season
Official poster
Steven Spielberg (standing) with Chandran Rutnam in Sri Lanka, during the production of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (released 1984)

It features Sharmiela Mandre and Chiranjeevi Sarja in the lead.

- Aake (film)

Among other notable films of Sarja include the mystery thriller Aatagara (2015), which was based on Agatha Christie's book And Then There Were None, and the horror film Aake (2017), both of which were directed by K. M. Chaitanya.

- Chiranjeevi Sarja

Aake (2017)

- Sunanda Murali Manohar
Official poster
From 1927's History of the Seventh Division, United States Army, 1917-1919
Michael Lenihan commander of the 153rd Brigade in Raucourt, sonetime in 1918.
One-star insignia of the rank of Brigadier General. Style and method of wear may vary between different uniforms and different service branches.
Brigadier General Michael J. Lenihan and Major Henderson, commanding the 2nd Battalion, 166th Regiment, before making a tour of inspection, France, March 7, 1918.
Michael Lenihan (3rd from the right) between generals Lewis and Mitchell at the award ceremony for the Commander, Legion of Honor in January 1919.

Among his fellow classmates included several general officers of the future, such as Charles Gerhardt, Ulysses G. McAlexander, Ernest Hinds, Nathaniel Fish McClure, William Weigel, Charles S. Farnsworth, James Theodore Dean, Mark L. Hersey, Herman Hall, Frank Herman Albright, Marcus Daniel Cronin, George Owen Squier, Thomas Grafton Hanson, George Washington Gatchell, Alexander Lucian Dade and Edmund Wittenmyer.

- Michael Joseph Lenihan

Among his fellow classmates included several general officers of the future, such as Charles Gerhardt, Ulysses G. McAlexander, Ernest Hinds, Nathaniel Fish McClure, William Weigel, Charles S. Farnsworth, James Theodore Dean, Mark L. Hersey, Herman Hall, Frank Herman Albright, Marcus Daniel Cronin, George Owen Squier, Thomas Grafton Hanson, Michael Joseph Lenihan, Alexander Lucian Dade and Edmund Wittenmyer.

- George Washington Gatchell

Among his fellow classmates included several general officers of the future, such as Charles Gerhardt, Charles S. Farnsworth, Nathaniel Fish McClure, Michael Joseph Lenihan, Herman Hall, William Weigel, Ernest Hinds, Mark L. Hersey, James Theodore Dean, Frank Herman Albright, Marcus Daniel Cronin, George Owen Squier, Thomas Grafton Hanson, George Washington Gatchell, Alexander Lucian Dade and Ulysses G. McAlexander.

- Edmund Wittenmyer
From 1927's History of the Seventh Division, United States Army, 1917-1919
Map of radio affiliates as of 2015, including WTMJ, thus WRNW's transmitter site on the north side of Milwaukee is not shown.
Logo used as 97.3 Now.

Most parks in Milwaukee are owned and maintained by Milwaukee County as part of a county-wide system.

- Parks of Milwaukee

WRNW's studios are located with iHeartMedia's other Milwaukee operations in rural-suburban Greenfield, with their transmitter located with the WISN-TV tower in Milwaukee's Lincoln Park.

- WRNW

The network's flagship is iHeartMedia's WRNW in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and its coverage is also heard nationwide through NFL Game Pass, Sirius XM, and TuneIn.

- Packers Radio Network