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  2. Christopher Poole - Wikipedia

    Christopher Poole (born c. 1988), known online as moot, is an American Internet entrepreneur.He founded the anonymous English-language imageboard 4chan in October 2003, and served as the site's head administrator for more than 11 years before stepping down in January 2015.

  3. List of fabrics - Wikipedia

    Fabrics in this list include fabrics that are woven, braided or knitted from textile fibres

  4. Occupy London - Wikipedia

    Occupy London was a movement for social justice in London, England, and part of the international Occupy movement.While some media described it as an "anti-capitalist" movement, in the statement written and endorsed by consensus by the Occupy assembly in the first two days of the occupation, occupiers defined themselves as a movement working to create alternatives to an "unjust and ...

  5. Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala - Wikipedia

    The university tradition in Guatemala and Central America goes back to the 17th century, when the University of San Carlos was founded on 31 January 1676 by Royal Decree of Carlos II in the colonial capital of Santiago de los Caballeros de Guatemala.

  6. Types of concrete - Wikipedia

    During the 1980s, Okamura and his Ph.D. student Kazamasa Ozawa at the University of Tokyo developed self-compacting concrete (SCC) which was cohesive, but flowable and took the shape of the formwork without use of any mechanical compaction. SCC is known as self-consolidating concrete in the United States. SCC is characterized by the following:

  7. Rowan University - Wikipedia

    The Student Center also features a Game Room where students can play pool and arcade games such as skee-ball, ping pong, and air hockey. It is also home to the Student Government Association, Conference and Event Services, the Greek Affairs Office, Student Activities, the Mailroom, and the Information Desk.

  8. Saran (plastic) - Wikipedia

    Saran is a trade name used by S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc. for a polyethylene food wrap.The Saran trade name was first owned by Dow Chemical for polyvinylidene chloride (PVDC), along with other monomers.

  9. Jan van Goyen - Wikipedia

    Jan van Goyen was the son of a shoemaker and started as an apprentice in Leiden, the town of his birth.Like many Dutch painters of his time, Jan van Goyen studied art in the town of Haarlem with Esaias van de Velde.