Cannabis Science Inc.

Cannabis Science Inc. Type Public Traded as OTC Pink: CBIS Industry Pharmaceutical Founded 2000 (as National Healthcare Technology), reestablished in 2009 Headquarters Colorado Springs, Colorado, U.S. Products Pharmaceutical products Website cannabisscience.com Cannabis Science Inc. (OTC: CBIS) is a biotech company based in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The company was incorporated in 2009 and trades publicly under the ticker CBIS on the Over-The-Counter Bulletin Board. Their goal is to obtain Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for cannabis-based medicines, with a focus on treating skin cancer (basal and squamous cell carcinomas),[1] Posttraumatic stress disorder[2] and HIV.[1] They are also studying the use of cannabinoids to treat sleep disorders.[3] The U.S. legal cannabis industry was valued at over $10 billion in 2015.[4] Management[edit] The current CEO of Cannabis Science is co-founder Raymond C. Dabney. The previous CEO and Chairman, co-founder Robert Melamede Ph.D., is currently a professor of the Biology Department at University of Colorado Colorado Springs. Melamede is a renowned cannabinoid researcher,[5][6] and […]

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United States military casualties in the War in Afghanistan

As of October 18th, 2016, there have been 2,386 U.S. military deaths in the War in Afghanistan. 1,834 of these deaths have been the result of hostile action. 20,049 American servicemembers have also been wounded in action during the war.[1] In addition, there were 1,173 U.S. civilian contractor fatalities.[2] On February 19, 2010 American casualties reached 1,000 when U.S. Marine Reconnaissance Raider Cpl. Gregory Stultz of Brazil, Indiana was killed by small arms’ fire in battle with Taliban fighters during the invasion of Marjah, Operation Moshtarak. [3] By September 2012, the total number surpassed 2,000.[4] More than two-thirds of those deaths have occurred since the American military presence in Afghanistan was doubled under President Barack Obama in 2009. The highest number of American fatalities recorded in a single incident occurred on August 6, 2011, in which a transport helicopter was shot down killing 30 Americans, including 22 Navy SEALs.[5][6] In another incident in August 2014, major general Harold J. Greene […]

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Potemnemus pristis

Potemnemus pristis Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Coleoptera Suborder: Polyphaga Family: Cerambycidae Genus: Potemnemus Species: P. pristis Binomial name Potemnemus pristis Pascoe, 1866 Potemnemus pristis is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Pascoe in 1866.[1] References[edit] ^ BioLib.cz – Potemnemus. Retrieved on 8 September 2014. This Lamiinae article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e 강남오피

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Sawni

Sawni Union Council Country  Pakistan Province Khyber Pakhtunkhwa District Upper Dir Time zone PST (UTC+5) Sawni is an administrative unit, known as Union Council, of Upper Dir District in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. Upper Dir is administratively subdivided into six tehsils which contain a total of 28 Union Councils. Upper Dir is represented in the National Assembly and Provincial Assembly by one elected MNA and three elected MPAs respectively. See also[edit] Khyber Pakhtunkhwa portal Pakistan portal Upper Dir District External links[edit] Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Government website section on Lower Dir Dir Maps United Nations Hajjinfo.org Uploads PBS paiman.jsi.com v t e Administrative divisions of Upper Dir District Capital Dir Tehsils Barawal Chapar Dir Kalkot Khal, Upper Dir Wari Tehsil Union councils Akhagram Banda Nihag Barikot, Upper Dir Barawal (union council) Bandi (Nihag) Bibiawar Chakianan Darorra Darikund Dislawar Dir (union council) Doog Dara Ganori Gwaldai Jabar Kalkot Khalshaflam Kotkai, Upper Dir Nehag Pashta, Upper Dir Patrak Palam, Upper Dir Sawni Sharingal […]

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Read More About It

This article relies largely or entirely upon a single source. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources. (March 2013) Read More About It Release Original network CBS Original release 1980 – 1999 Chronology Followed by CBS Cares Read More About It was a public service announcement[1] campaign created as a joint venture between CBS and the Library of Congress that ran from 1980 to 1999 on CBS. The campaign, which usually aired one at the end of a special primetime program, was famous for its opening title sequence, which originally showed a live action TV set which zoomed in using stop motion that used pages on the side flipping into either the celebrity of the program aired or just on-screen graphics, which was remade in 1990 using computer animation that used CGI for the pages on the side of the TV flipping to revolve to the celebrity/graphics. The […]

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Masala dosa

Not to be confused with the French band Masaladosa. Masala dosa Masala dosa with chutneys Place of origin Udupi, Karnataka Region or state India Main ingredients Parboiled rice, potato Variations Mysore masala dosa, rava masala dosa, onion masla dosa, paper masala dosa Cookbook: Masala dosa  Media: Masala dosa This article is part of the series Indian cuisine Regional cuisines North India Awadhi Bhojpuri Punjabi Kumauni Kashmiri Rajasthani Uttar Pradeshi Bihari South India Main article Telugu Karnataka Kerala Tamil Hyderabadi Udupi Mangalorean Saraswat Mangalorean Catholic East, North East India Arunachalese Assamese Bengali Jharkhand Meghalayan Manipuri Naga Odia Sikkimese Tripuri West India Goan Gujarati Marathi Malvani & Konkani Sindhi Parsi Other Indian Chinese Nepali Jain (Satvika) Anglo-Indian Chettinad Fast food Malaysian Indian cuisine Indian Singaporean cuisine Ingredients, types of food Main dishes Desserts Bread Drinks Snack foods Spices Condiments Preparation, cooking Handi Karahi Tava Tandoor Uruli Other See also History Etiquette Indian chefs Cookbook: Cuisine of India Related cuisines Nepalese cuisine Sri […]

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Anthony McHenry

Anthony Duane McHenry (born April 16, 1983) is an American professional basketball player who plays for Japan’s B.League side Ryukyu Golden Kings. The 6 ft 8 in (201 cm) forward who was born in Birmingham, Alabama and graduated from Georgia Tech in August 2008, previously played for Leicester Riders in the British Basketball League (2005–2006) and the Fort Worth Flyers in the NBA Development League before signing for the Ryukyu in 2008. He took a Graduate assistant job at his alma mater, Georgia Tech in the 2007-08 season. External links[edit] Georgia Tech Profile Ryukyu Golden Kings-Anthony McHenry- (Japanese) This biographical article relating to a United States basketball figure born in the 1980s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e

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Piotr Napierała

Piotr Napierała (2011) Piotr Napierała at the Polish-Spanish conference about espionage as an instrument of state policy, organised by Catholic University of Lublin and the Instituto de Inteligencia of the Charles III University of Madrid – Lublin 27-29.10.2008 Piotr Marek Napierała (born May 18, 1982) is a Polish historian, born in Poznań. Napierała deals with early modern history, especially with political culture of the British, French and German Enlightenment, and its opponents. He studied history at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, and has written his doctoral thesis about the British and French concepts of political freedom in 17th and 18th Century. Piotr Napierała is son of a psychologist Barbara Harwas-Napierała. Books[edit] Sir Robert Walpole (1676-1745) – twórca brytyjskiej potęgi, Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM, Poznań 2008. ISBN 978-83-232-1898-2 Hesja-Darmstadt w XVIII stuleciu. Wielcy władcy małego państwa, Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM, Poznań 2009. ISBN 978-83-232-2007-7 Światowa metropolia. Życie codzienne w osiemnastowiecznym Londynie, Novae Res, Gdynia 2010. ISBN 978-83-61194-43-9 “Kraj wolności” i “kraj niewoli” – […]

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Nilpotent matrix

In linear algebra, a nilpotent matrix is a square matrix N such that N k = 0 {\displaystyle N^{k}=0\,} for some positive integer k. The smallest such k is sometimes called the degree or index of N.[1] More generally, a nilpotent transformation is a linear transformation L of a vector space such that Lk = 0 for some positive integer k (and thus, Lj = 0 for all j ≥ k).[2][3][4] Both of these concepts are special cases of a more general concept of nilpotence that applies to elements of rings. Contents 1 Examples 2 Characterization 3 Classification 4 Flag of subspaces 5 Additional properties 6 Generalizations 7 Notes 8 References 9 External links Examples[edit] The matrix M = [ 0 1 0 0 ] {\displaystyle M={\begin{bmatrix}0&1\\0&0\end{bmatrix}}} is nilpotent, since M2 = 0. More generally, any triangular matrix with 0s along the main diagonal is nilpotent, with degree ≤ n {\displaystyle \leq n} . For example, the matrix N = [ 0 2 1 6 0 […]

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Eyre Crabbe

Photograph circa 1900 Brigadier General Eyre Macdonnell Stewart Crabbe, CB (1852 – 8 March 1905) was a Grenadier Guards officer who fought in the Sudan campaign to rescue General Gordon and in the Second Boer War.[1] Contents 1 Background and early life 2 Military career 3 Family 4 References 5 External links Background and early life[edit] His father was Colonel Eyre John Crabbe of the 74th Regiment, himself the son of Colonel Joseph Crabbe of the East India Company’s army. His mother, Elmina Stewart, came from a Jamaica planter family. After education at Harrow School he joined the Grenadier Guards as a lieutenant on 18 October 1871 and was one of the first ensigns not to have to pay for a commission, following the Cardwell reforms. During service in Ireland as a young lieutenant he married in 1876 Emily Constance Jameson, a descendant of John Jameson, the founder of the Dublin distilling family. Military career[edit] Crabbe worked for several years […]

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