The base consonants and vowels of the Baybayin script, the original writing system of tagalog
Ilokano-speaking density per province. Enlarge picture to see percent distribution.
Title card

Its sister publications are Bannawag, Bisaya Magasin, and Hiligaynon.

- Liwayway

Don Ramos Roces, the owner-publisher of Graphic magazine and other vernacular magazines which included Liwayway, Bisaya and Hiligaynon, scoffed at the idea when Abaya presented the proposal to put a magazine for Ilocanos.

- Bannawag

Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang is a series of short stories written by "Lola Basyang", pen name of Severino Reyes, founder and editor of the Tagalog magazine Liwayway.

- Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang (TV program)
The base consonants and vowels of the Baybayin script, the original writing system of tagalog
MO diagram of dihydrogen
Energy levels for an electron in an atom: ground state and excited states. After absorbing energy, an electron may "jump" from the ground state to a higher energy excited state.
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Bond breaking in MO diagram
Wavefunctions of a hydrogen atom, showing the probability of finding the electron in the space around the nucleus. Each stationary state defines a specific energy level of the atom.
MO diagram of dihelium
MO diagram of dilithium
MO diagram of diboron
Molecular orbital diagram of dinitrogen
Molecular orbital diagram of dioxygen
MO diagram of dioxygen triplet ground state
MO diagram of difluorine
MO diagram of dimolybdenum
Molecular orbital diagram of NO
Molecular orbital diagram of HF
Molecular orbital diagram of water
Atomic orbitals of carbon dioxide
Molecular orbitals of carbon dioxide
MO diagram of carbon dioxide

Molecular orbital diagrams are diagrams of molecular orbital (MO) energy levels, shown as short horizontal lines in the center, flanked by constituent atomic orbital (AO) energy levels for comparison, with the energy levels increasing from the bottom to the top.

- Molecular orbital diagram

Molecular orbital diagrams best illustrate isoelectronicity in diatomic molecules, showing how atomic orbital mixing in isoelectronic species results in identical orbital combination, and thus also bonding.

- Isoelectronicity

Molecular orbital diagrams, Jablonski diagrams, and Franck–Condon diagrams.

- Energy level
MO diagram of dihydrogen
Anja Maike Hegenauer during FC Bayern (women) SC Freiburg (women), May 2019
Reiten with Chelsea in August 2019

Norwegian professional footballer who plays as a winger for English club Chelsea and the Norway national team.

- Guro Reiten

As a junior international she won the 2011 U-19 European Championship.

- Anja Hegenauer

🇩🇪 Anja Hegenauer

- 2011 UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship
Station entrance
Plasser & Theurer MFS-100 material conveyor and hopper unit for continuous loading and unloading, operated by Spitzke Logistik GmbH.
Abellio Rail NRW Stadler Flirt ET 23005 at Siegen in June 2011
The entrance into the station
Abellio Rail Mitteldeutschland Bombardier Talent 2 at Leipzig in August 2015
An S3 service at Oberhausen Hbf
WestfalenBahn Stadler Kiss at Löhne in December 2015
An ICE on a service to Amsterdam at Oberhausen Hbf
Werner Reisen Setra S 315 NF in Bensheim in September 2005
A Preserved Train which stays at Oberhausen Hbf
A Bus at the bus station of Oberhausen Hbf
A Bus leaving the bus station of Oberhausen Hbf

The station was opened in 1847 and is located on the Duisburg–Dortmund railway, Arnhem-Oberhausen railway, Oberhausen–Duisburg-Ruhrort railway and Oberhausen-Mülheim-Styrum railway and is served by ICE, IC, RE and RB services operated by Deutsche Bahn, Abellio Deutschland, NordWestBahn and Eurobahn.

- Oberhausen Hauptbahnhof

In December 2016, Abellio NRW commenced operating a 12-year concession to operate Niederrhein-Netz services using the Oberhausen–Arnhem railway covering the Rhein-IJssel-Express (RE19), Arnhem – Zevenaar – Emmerich – Wesel – Oberhausen – Duisburg – Düsseldorf Airport – Düsseldorf and the Emscher-Niederrhein-Bahn (RB35), Mönchengladbach – Krefeld – Wesel.

- Abellio Deutschland

Harz-Berlin-Express on the route Berlin - Magdeburg - Halberstadt(Zugteilung) - Quedlinburg - Thale / Wernigerode - Vienenburg (Lower Saxony)

- List of German railway companies
Cast circa 1984 Rosa Andrade, Mason Capwell, Ruben Andrade, Santana Andrade, Cruz Castillo, Brick Wallace, Joe Perkins, Kelly Capwell, Peter Flint, C.C. Capwell, Lionel Lockridge, Augusta Lockridge, Veronica Gayley, Marisa Perkins, Minx Lockridge, Brandon DeMott, Gina DeMott, John Perkins, Eden Capwell, Ted Capwell, Laken Lockridge, Jade Perkins, Danny Andrade, Warren Lockridge, Summer Blake, Amy Perkins
LaRue in 2009
The supercouple, Eden Capwell (Marcy Walker) and Cruz Castillo (A Martinez).
Cast on Christmas 1989
Cruz Castillo, Mack Blake, Eden Capwell, Julia Wainwright, Mason Capwell, Sasha Schmidt, Augusta Lockridge, C.C. Capwell, Kelly Capwell
The show's popularity in France spun off a storyline in which Eden Capwell (Marcy Walker), Cruz Castillo (A Martinez), Kelly Capwell (Carrington Garland) and Ric Castillo (Peter Love) went to Paris to search after Eden's and Cruz's child.

Santa Barbara is an American television soap opera that aired on NBC from July 30, 1984, to January 15, 1993.

- List of Santa Barbara characters

American actress and model.

- Eva LaRue

When a major earthquake hit Santa Barbara, core character Danny Andrade slept through the whole thing.

- Santa Barbara (TV series)
Cast circa 1984 Rosa Andrade, Mason Capwell, Ruben Andrade, Santana Andrade, Cruz Castillo, Brick Wallace, Joe Perkins, Kelly Capwell, Peter Flint, C.C. Capwell, Lionel Lockridge, Augusta Lockridge, Veronica Gayley, Marisa Perkins, Minx Lockridge, Brandon DeMott, Gina DeMott, John Perkins, Eden Capwell, Ted Capwell, Laken Lockridge, Jade Perkins, Danny Andrade, Warren Lockridge, Summer Blake, Amy Perkins
Series logo
North American cover art
Series logo

Front Mission 4 (フロントミッション フォース) is a tactical role-playing game developed and published by Square Enix Co., Ltd. as the fourth main entry and sixth entry overall in the Front Mission series.

- Front Mission 4

Front Mission is a series of tactical role-playing games produced by Square Enix (originally Square).

- Music of the Front Mission series

Front Mission 4 became the second entry to undergo an English localization and was released in North America on June 15, 2004.

- Front Mission
Series logo
An 1891 lithograph of the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain by Kurz & Allison
Cotton workers in Mableton, around 1900
F-47 Thunderbolt – 128th Fighter Squadron – Marietta Army Airfield, 1946
Kennesaw State University
Glover Park Bell, on the square in Marietta
Union Trenches at Kennesaw Mountain, 1864
Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area
Metro Atlanta
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center
Cobb County Government Building
Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
Sope Creek Ruins
Silver Comet Trail and bike path
Cobb County landmark and reference point "The Big Chicken"
Historic Downtown Marietta

Elsewhere, however, partisan loyalties remained extremely strong, so that Harding’s gain was less than most other Southern states and Georgia surpassed Louisiana – where a major anti-Wilson revolt was occurring at the polls in Acadiana – as the third-most Democratic state behind Mississippi and South Carolina.

- 1920 United States presidential election in Georgia

The revolt in Acadiana, however, was sufficient to drop Louisiana to Cox’ fourth-best state behind Georgia as well as South Carolina and Mississippi (as was typical in the “Solid South” era).

- 1920 United States presidential election in Louisiana

Before 1960, it was a typical "Solid South" Democratic county, except when Warren G. Harding came close to carrying it in 1920, and when Herbert Hoover won it by nine points due to anti-Catholic voting against Al Smith in 1928.

- Cobb County, Georgia
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MO diagram of dihydrogen
Fluorine 3D molecule
Bond breaking in MO diagram
Crystal structure of β-fluorine. Spheres indicate molecules that may assume any angle. Other molecules are constrained to planes.
MO diagram of dihelium
Animation showing the crystal structure of beta-fluorine. Molecules on the faces of the unit cell have rotations constrained to a plane.
MO diagram of dilithium
Steelmaking illustration from De re metallica
MO diagram of diboron
1887 drawing of Moissan's apparatus
Molecular orbital diagram of dinitrogen
An ampoule of uranium hexafluoride
Molecular orbital diagram of dioxygen
Boiling points of hydrogen halides and chalcogenides, showing the unusually high values for hydrogen fluoride and water
MO diagram of dioxygen triplet ground state
Chlorine trifluoride, whose corrosive potential ignites asbestos, concrete, sand and other fire retardants
MO diagram of difluorine
These xenon tetrafluoride crystals were photographed in 1962. The compound's synthesis, as with xenon hexafluoroplatinate, surprised many chemists.
MO diagram of dimolybdenum
Immiscible layers of colored water (top) and much denser perfluoroheptane (bottom) in a beaker; a goldfish and crab cannot penetrate the boundary; quarters rest at the bottom.
Molecular orbital diagram of NO
Chemical structure of Nafion, a fluoropolymer used in fuel cells and many other applications
Molecular orbital diagram of HF
Industrial fluorine cells at Preston
Molecular orbital diagram of water
current transformers at a Russian railway.
Atomic orbitals of carbon dioxide
Aluminium extraction depends critically on cryolite
Molecular orbitals of carbon dioxide
Fluorosurfactant-treated fabrics are often hydrophobic
MO diagram of carbon dioxide
Topical fluoride treatment in Panama
Fluoxetine capsules
A full-body PET scan with glucose tagged with radioactive fluorine-18. The normal brain and kidneys take up enough glucose to be imaged. A malignant tumor is seen in the upper abdomen. Radioactive fluorine is seen in urine in the bladder.
The gifblaar is one of the few organofluorine-synthesizing organisms
Hydrofluoric acid burns may not be evident for a day, after which calcium treatments are less effective.
NASA projection of stratospheric ozone over North America without the Montreal Protocol
Perfluorooctanesulfonic acid, a key Scotchgard component until 2000
Fluorite: Pink globular mass with crystal facets
Fluorapatite: Long prism-like crystal, without luster, at an angle coming out of aggregate-like rock
Cryolite: A parallelogram-shaped outline with diatomic molecules arranged in two layers

Molecular orbital diagrams best illustrate isoelectronicity in diatomic molecules, showing how atomic orbital mixing in isoelectronic species results in identical orbital combination, and thus also bonding.

- Isoelectronicity

It also has a high electron affinity, second only to chlorine, and tends to capture an electron to become isoelectronic with the noble gas neon; it has the highest electronegativity of any element.

- Fluorine

In difluorine two additional electrons occupy the 2pπ* with a bond order of 1.

- Molecular orbital diagram
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House in Lebanon, Il historic district
Mermaid House Hotel, Lebanon, Illinois
Brookings Hall, the administrative building for Washington University in St. Louis
St. Clair County as it was re-established in 1809. This diagonal border line had been drawn by the Indiana Territorial government in 1803.
St. Clair County between 1812 and 1813
St. Clair County between 1813 and 1816
St. Clair County between 1816 and 1818
St. Clair County between 1818 and 1825
St. Clair County between 1825 and 1827
St. Clair County from 1827 to present

City in St. Louis County, Missouri, United States.

- Velda City, Missouri

The St. Louis, MO-IL metropolitan statistical area (MSA)—and the focus of this page—includes the City of St. Louis; the Illinois counties of Bond, Calhoun, Clinton, Jersey, Macoupin, Madison, Monroe, and St. Clair (known collectively as the Metro East); and the Missouri counties of Crawford (only the City of Sullivan), Franklin, Jefferson, Lincoln, St. Charles, St. Louis (separate from and not inclusive of the city of St. Louis), and Warren.

- Greater St. Louis

St. Clair County is part of the American Bottom or Metro-East area of the St. Louis, MO-IL Metropolitan Statistical Area.

- St. Clair County, Illinois
Uniform hexagonal antiprism
A skeletal polyhedron (specifically, a rhombicuboctahedron) drawn by Leonardo da Vinci to illustrate a book by Luca Pacioli
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Self-intersecting polyhedral Klein bottle with quadrilateral faces
The octahedron is dual to the cube
Convex polyhedron blocks on display at the Universum museum in Mexico City
Full icosahedral symmetry divides the sphere into 120 triangular domains.
Some orthogonal polyhedra made of Soma cube pieces, themselves polycubes

In geometry, an n-gonal antiprism or n-antiprism is a polyhedron composed of two parallel direct copies (not mirror images) of an n-sided polygon, connected by an alternating band of

- Antiprism

Phenomenon observed when two or more molecules have the same structure and the same electronic configurations, but differ by what specific elements are at certain locations in the structure.

- Isoelectronicity

Semi-regular: vertex-transitive but not edge-transitive, and every face is a regular polygon. (This is one of several definitions of the term, depending on author. Some definitions overlap with the quasi-regular class.) These polyhedra include the semiregular prisms and antiprisms. A semi-regular dual is face-transitive but not vertex-transitive, and every vertex is regular.

- Polyhedron
Uniform hexagonal antiprism