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  2. List of airline codes - Wikipedia

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    AES ACES Colombia: ACES Colombia defunct KH AAH Aloha Air Cargo: ALOHA United States AAK Alaska Island Air: ALASKA ISLAND United States AA AAL American Airlines: AMERICAN United States AX — AmericanConnection — United States AN AAA Ansett Australia: ANSETT Australia defunct AAC Army Air Corps: ARMYAIR United Kingdom 5W AEU Astraeus: FLYSTAR ...

  3. Wikipedia:Shortcut table/uppercase - Wikipedia

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    Here are all the uppercase one-, two-, and three-letter shortcuts on Wikipedia. Enable Popups to find out what they are by hovering over them.

  4. List of Russula species - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of Russula species. The genus has a widespread distribution, and contains about 750 species.

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  6. 7-Zip - Wikipedia

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    Website. www .7-zip .org. 7-Zip is a free and open-source file archiver, a utility used to place groups of files within compressed containers known as "archives". It is developed by Igor Pavlov and was first released in 1999. [2] 7-Zip has its own archive format called 7z, but can read and write several others.

  7. List of Navicula species - Wikipedia

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    List of plankton species in the genus Navicula.. Species. As of August 2015, Algaebase lists 1280 accepted species and more than 1900 proposed species in the plankton genus Navicula.

  8. List of mineral symbols - Wikipedia

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    Mineral symbols (text abbreviations) are used to abbreviate mineral groups, subgroups, and species, just as lettered symbols are used for the chemical elements.. The first set of commonly used mineral symbols was published in 1983 and covered the common rock-forming minerals using 192 two- or three-lettered symbols.

  9. Z-Wave - Wikipedia

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    Z-Wave is a wireless communications protocol used primarily for residential and commercial building automation. It is a mesh network using low-energy radio waves to communicate from device to device, allowing for wireless control of smart home devices, such as smart lights, security systems, thermostats, sensors, smart door locks, and garage door openers.