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*  Providencia
... may refer to: Providencia, Chile, a commune in the Santiago Province Providencia District in Amazonas, Peru ... Providencia Island, part of the San Andrés y Providencia Department district of Colombia in the Caribbean sea Providencia, ... Nariño a town in municipality in southern Colombia Providencia (bacterium) a Gram-negative bacterial genus Providencia ...
*  Providencia (bacterium)
Providencia is a Gram-negative, motile bacterium of the family Enterobacteriaceae. Some strains (P. stuartii, for example) are ... and Providencia burhodogranariea sp. nov., isolated from wild Drosophila melanogaster". International Journal of Systematic and ... ISBN 0-8385-8529-9. CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list (link) Juneja, P.; Lazzaro, B. P. (2009). "Providencia sneebia sp. nov ...
*  Providencia sneebia
Juneja, P; Lazzaro, BP (May 2009). "Providencia sneebia sp. nov. and Providencia burhodogranariea sp. nov., isolated from wild ... Providencia sneebia is a Gram-negative species of bacteria first isolated from the hemolymph of fruit flies. ... Type strain of Providencia sneebia at BacDive - the Bacterial Diversity Metadatabase. ...
*  Providencia Paredes
Providencia F. Paredes (1924 - March 18, 2015) was the personal assistant to the First Lady of the United States Jacqueline ... "Providencia Paredes Oral History Interview - JFK #1, 1965. - John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum". civilrights. ... "Providencia Paredes - the woman behind Jackie Kennedy - dies at 90". The Washington Post. Retrieved 2017-09-07. Biography of ...
*  Providencia Avenue
Avenida Providencia is a major thoroughfare in Santiago, Chile. It runs along the commune of Providencia. Providencia begins at ... The fork to the south is also called Nueva Providencia, which merges with Providencia Avenue east of Los Leones Avenue. Here ... Westbound continues under the name Providencia, and the eastbound becomes Nueva Providencia Avenue (formerly known as 11 de ... This segment is home to the Iglesia de la Divina Providencia, which gives its name to the avenue. The avenue forks again and ...
*  Providencia rettgeri
P. rettgeri is in the genus Providencia, along with Providencia stuartii, Providencia alcalifaciens, and Providencia ... EduLifeDesks - Providencia Rettgeri Type strain of Providencia rettgeri at BacDive - the Bacterial Diversity Metadatabase. ... Providencia rettgeri can cause a number of opportunistic infections in humans and can be found in the human gut. It is a major ... Providencia rettgeri (commonly P. rettgeri), is a Gram negative bacterium that is commonly found in both water and land ...
*  Providencia Ranch
... , part of 'Providencia Land and Water Development Company' property, was a piece of land in California, USA ... The photographs of the Providencia Ranch land can be seen in the a "A Birds Eye View of Universal City". The alternate names of ... 1912-1914, Providencia Land and Water Development Company, the site today of Forest Lawn in the Hollywood Hills. 1914 ... After the official opening of the new Lankershim Universal City site in 1915, the Providencia ranch (Oak Crest) property would ...
*  Providencia District
Providencia is a district of the province of Luya, Peru. Providencia district official website Coordinates: 5°03′49″S 78°20′07″ ...
*  Mina Providencia
... is a rural municipality and village in Jujuy Province in Argentina. Ministerio del Interior (in Spanish) ...
*  Providencia stuartii
... with Providencia rettgeri, Providencia alcalifaciens, Providencia rustigianii, P heimbachae. Providencia stuartii can be ... Providencia stuartii is the most common Providencia species capable of causing human infections. Providencia stuartii is an ... "Providencia Infections". Medscape. "Providencia stuartii". theLabRat.com. Lin, CH; Huang HT; Chien CC; et al. (December 2008 ... Providencia stuartii (commonly P. stuartii), is a Gram negative bacterium that is commonly found in soil, water, and sewage. P ...
*  Nueva Providencia
... is a corregimiento in Colón District, Colón Province, Panama with a population of 5,813 as of 2010. Its ...
*  Providencia, Chile
The north of Providencia is its financial and commercial district (centred on Providencia and Nueva Providencia (Ex 11 de ... The Directorate General of Civil Aviation has its headquarters in Providencia. Providencia includes Barrio Suecia, an area ... Providencia travel guide from Wikivoyage (in Spanish) Municipality of Providencia. ... Providencia is home to a large upper middle to upper-class population and it holds the region's highest percentage of ...
*  Rancho Providencia
Battle of Providencia Providencia Ranch History of the San Fernando Valley to 1915 Ranchos of California List of Ranchos of ... Rancho La Providencia was a 4,064-acre (16.45 km2) Mexican land grant in present-day Los Angeles County, California given by ... As required by the Land Act of 1851, a claim for Rancho Providencia was filed with the Public Land Commission in 1852, and the ... The majority of Rancho Providencia land north of the modern channel of the Los Angeles River is now part of Burbank. The street ...
*  Providencia, Nariño
Providencia (Spanish pronunciation: [pɾoβiˈðensja]) is a town and municipality in the Nariño Department, Colombia. Coordinates ...
*  Providencia Stakes
The Providencia Stakes is an American Thoroughbred horse race for three-year-old fillies run annually during the first week of ...
*  Isla de Providencia
Providencia Island travel guide (in Spanish) Providencia y Santa Catalina islas Official Tourism Promotion Office in Colombia ( ... Providencia and Santa Catalina and the municipality of Providencia and Santa Catalina Islands, lying midway between Costa Rica ... Isla de Providencia or Old Providence is a mountainous Caribbean island part of the Colombian department of Archipelago of San ... Providencia is the centre point of the UNESCO Marine Protected Area the Seaflower Biosphere Reserve, which forms 10% of the ...
*  Battle of Providencia
... (also called the "Second Battle of Cahuenga Pass") took place in Cahuenga Pass in 1845 on Rancho ... By 1844, a revolt against him arose, culminating in the Battle of Providencia. In spite of an extensive artillery barrage ... Providencia in the San Fernando Valley, north of Los Angeles, California. Native Californians successfully challenged Mexican ...
*  2009 Challenger de Providencia
The 2009 Challenger de Providencia was a professional tennis tournament played on outdoor red clay courts. It was part of the ... It took place in Providencia, Chile between 9 and 15 March 2009. Rankings are as of March 2, 2009. The following players ...
*  Spanish capture of Providencia
At this point, Providencia's residents sent out two flags of truce, requesting terms. The next day (25 May), Díaz accepted the ... The Spanish conquest of Providencia took place on 17 May 1641 and was an amphibious expedition launched by Spain against the ... The attackers were again stymied by Providencia's reefs, spending several days searching for a safe landing place. On 19 May ... Díaz Pimienta appeared off Providencia Island with his 400- ton flagship San Juan; the 800-ton, foreign-built viceflag Sansón ...
*  2008 Challenger de Providencia
It took place at the tennis courts at the Club Providencia in Providencia, Santiago, Chile, from 25 February through 2 March ... The 2008 Challenger de Providencia, also named Copa Kia for sponsorship reasons, was a men's tennis tournament played on ... Official Results Archive (ATP) Official Results Archive (ITF) Singles Draw (ATP) Doubles Draw (ATP) Club Providencia website. ...
*  San Andrés-Providencia Creole
... is a creole language spoken in the San Andrés and Providencia Department of Colombia by the ... San Andrés-Providencia Creole is an official language in its territory of influence according to the Colombian Constitution of ... There has been an effort to offer multilingual education in San Andrés and Providencia which includes all three languages. ... The population of the Archipelago of San Andres, Providencia and Santa Catalina uses three languages (Creole, English and ...
*  Providencia and Santa Catalina Islands
... (Spanish: Providencia y Santa Catalina Islas) is a municipality of the department of ... It is located at 13°21′N 81°22′W / 13.350°N 81.367°W / 13.350; -81.367 (Providencia Island). Providencia Island and Santa ... The land area of Providencia Island measures 17 km². The mountainous center of Providencia Island rises to three peaks of about ... A 50-seat catamaran makes the two and a half hour return trip from San Andres to Providencia Island four times a week, leaving ...
*  Iglesia de la Divina Providencia
The Iglesia de la Divina Providencia (English: Church of the Divine Providence) is a church in Santiago, Chile. It is ... "Nuestra Señora de la Divina Providencia: Historia" (in Spanish). Retrieved 26 June 2012. Coordinates: 33°25′39.08″S 70°36′58.68 ... between 1881 and 1890 in Neo-Renaissance style.It gives its name to the district of Providencia and also to Avenida Providencia ...
*  Providencia-Cayman Sign Language family
The Providencia-Cayman Sign Language family is a possible language family of two related sign languages: Providencia Sign and ... 2017). "Providencia-Cayman Sign". Glottolog 3.0. Jena, Germany: Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History. ...
*  2008 Challenger de Providencia - Doubles
Brian Dabul and Marc López were the defending champions, but competed this year with different partners. Dabul teamed up with Jean-Julien Rojer and ended as runners-up, while López teamed up with David Marrero and lost in first round to Francesco Aldi and Simone Vagnozzi. Mariano Hood and Eduardo Schwank won the title by defeating Brian Dabul and Jean-Julien Rojer 6-3, 6-3 in the final. Brian Dabul / Jean-Julien Rojer (Final) Thomaz Bellucci / Rubén Ramírez Hidalgo (Quarterfinals) Sebastián Decoud / Horacio Zeballos (First round, withdrew) Franco Ferreiro / Martín Vilarrubí (First round) Q = Qualifier WC = Wild Card LL = Lucky Loser Alt = Alternate SE = Special Exempt PR = Protected Ranking w/o = Walkover r = Retired d = Defaulted Main Draw (ATP) ITF tournament ...