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  • 1 HS2 — HS2, HSV 2 HSV 2, HSV II HSV II . 1. Herpes simplex 2, a herpes virus that can cause genital herpes; also called {type II Herpes}. Syn: herpes simplex 2. [WordNet 1.5] …

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  • 2 HS2 — Monochrome image (Postering) (Computing » File Extensions) …

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  • 3 HS2 — noun a herpes virus that can cause genital herpes • Syn: ↑herpes simplex 2, ↑HSV 2, ↑HSV II • Hypernyms: ↑herpes simplex, ↑herpes simplex virus …

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  • 4 HSV-2 — HS2 HS2, HSV 2 HSV 2, HSV II HSV II . 1. Herpes simplex 2, a herpes virus that can cause genital herpes; also called {type II Herpes}. Syn: herpes simplex 2. [WordNet 1.5] …

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  • 5 HSV-II — HS2 HS2, HSV 2 HSV 2, HSV II HSV II . 1. Herpes simplex 2, a herpes virus that can cause genital herpes; also called {type II Herpes}. Syn: herpes simplex 2. [WordNet 1.5] …

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  • 6 type II Herpes — HS2 HS2, HSV 2 HSV 2, HSV II HSV II . 1. Herpes simplex 2, a herpes virus that can cause genital herpes; also called {type II Herpes}. Syn: herpes simplex 2. [WordNet 1.5] …

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  • 7 Highland Spring — Infobox Bottled Water brand = Highland Spring country = Scotland source = Blackford, Perth and Kinross type = Still ph = 7.8 (HS1), 7.7 (HS2) ca = 32 (HS1), 50.8 (HS2) cl = 5.0 (HS1), 5.9 (HS2) c2 = 133 (HS1), 199 (HS2) mg = 8.0 (HS1), 9.5 (HS2)… …

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  • 8 Old Oak Common railway station — Crossrail Interchange Proposed location …

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  • 9 Claydon railway station — Claydon Claydon railway station in 2009 Location Place Claydon, B …

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  • 10 Amersham — For the company, see Amersham plc. Coordinates: 51°40′37″N 0°36′12″W / 51.6769°N 0.6034°W / 51.6769; 0.6034 …

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  • 11 Dan Byles — MP Dan Byles in the Atlantic 1997 Member of Parliament for North Warwickshire Incumbent …

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  • 12 London to Aylesbury Line — The London to Aylesbury Line is the main railway line between London (Marylebone) and Aylesbury, going via the Chiltern Hills; it is operated by Chiltern Railways. The line is unique in the UK railway network for being the only route where… …

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  • 13 High-speed rail in the United Kingdom — The United Kingdom has four classic main railway lines operating at convert|125|mph|km/h|sigfig=2, plus convert|108|km|mi|sigfig=1 of High Speed 1 high speed line.The fastest current UK domestic services operate at convert|125|mph|km/h|sigfig=2… …

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  • 14 Croxley Rail Link — The disused line at Watford West railway station. Overview Type …

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  • 15 Chelsea–Hackney line — [v · d · …

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  • 16 Christopher Pincher — MP Member of Parliament for Tamworth Incumbent Assumed office 6 May 2010 Preceded by Brian Jenkins Majority …

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  • 17 High Speed 2 — London–Glasgow Streckenlänge: 188,6 (Phase 1) km Spurweite: 1435 mm (Normalspur) Stromsystem: 25 kV 50 Hz  Höchstgeschwindigkeit: bis 400 km/h Legende …

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  • 18 NIMBY — An airport is a typical example of a development that can cause a NIMBY reaction: developers may claim economic benefits for the city, while locals may benefit from improved transport links and new jobs but they may oppose it with objections to… …

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  • 19 Volvo B4B engine — Volvo s first overhead valve passenger car engine was the straight 4 B4B of 1944 and its descendants, the B14A and B16. These were cast iron engines, and used just three main bearings.B4BIntroduced in 1944, the B4B displaced 1.4 L (1414 cc/86… …

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  • 20 Verplanck Colvin — (1847 ndash;1920) was a lawyer and topographical engineer whose understanding and appreciation for the environment of the Adirondack Mountains lead to the creation of New York s Forest Preserve and the Adirondack Park.Born in Albany, New York to… …

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