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Carlos Condit

Carlos Joseph Condit è un atleta di arti marziali miste statunitense. Combatte nella categoria dei pesi welter per lorganizzazione statunitense UFC, nella quale è stato campione di categoria ad interim nel 2012 perdendo poi lincontro per lunificazione delle cinture contro il campione indiscusso Georges St-Pierre. È stato anche lultimo campione dei pesi welter WEC prima della fusione di questultima con la UFC. Ha preso parte anche ad un incontro di shoot boxing nel 2003 venendo sconfitto per KO dal campione Andy Souwer.

Gary Condit

Gary Adrian Condit è un politico statunitense, membro della Camera dei Rappresentanti per lo stato della California dal 1989 al 2003.

Visual Meteorological Conditions

In aeronautica, le Visual Meteorological Conditions, traducibile come Condizioni meteo per il volo a vista sono quelle condizioni meteorologiche in cui il volo a vista è permesso, quindi quelle condizioni in cui il pilota ha visibilità sufficiente per pilotare laeromobile mantenendo una separazione a vista dal terreno ed altri aeromobili. Queste sono il contrario delle Instrumental Meteorological Conditions. IMC e VMC sono naturalmente mutuamente esclusive. Il limite fra VMC e IMC è conosciuto come "minime VMC". Tali condizioni sono definiti tramite un limite di visibilità e una distanza minima dalle nubi e variano in base allo spazio aereo nella quale laeromobile si trova. In Italia, tali minime sono pubblicate in AIP Italia, ENR 1-2 ed ENR 1-4. Tali minime sono suddivise per tipo di spazio aereo A-G, per regole di volo IFR - VFR, tipo di aeromobile elicotteri - ala fissa, giorno o notte.

Lost Planet: Extreme Condition

Lost Planet: Extreme Condition è un gioco prodotto e sviluppato da Capcom per PS3, Xbox 360 e PC. Il gioco è stato prodotto da Keiji Inafune. Lost Planet è stato distribuito il 12 gennaio 2007, in America del Nord e nelle regioni PAL. Un prequel, Lost Planet: Trag Zero, incentrato sul carattere di Gale, il padre di Wayne, è stato rilasciato per le piattaforme mobili. Lost Planet: Extreme Condition è uscito su PC a Giugno in Europa e in Nord America. La versione per Windows include il supporto DirectX 10, se è eseguito con Windows Vista La demo PC è stata pubblicata il 15 maggio 2007. Il 17 ottobre 2007, Capcom ha annunciato una versione per PlayStation 3 che è uscita agli inizi del 2008; tale versione, oltre a supportare il multiplayer on-line fino a 16 giocatori tramite PlayStation Network, comprende tutti i personaggi bonus presenti nella versione PC e include anche tutti i contenuti che invece su Xbox 360 era possibile scaricare dal servizio Xbox Live.

Mint Condition

Attuale Stokley Williams - voce, batteria, percussioni Larry Waddell - tastiera, piano Ricky Kinchen - basso Homer ODell - chitarra Jeffrey Allen - sassofono, tastiera Ex membri Kenny Young Roger Lynch Ray Coleman Keri Lewis - tastiera, sintetizzatore

Inhuman Condition

Inhuman Condition è il primo EP del gruppo musicale statunitense death metal Massacre, pubblicato nel 1992 dalla Relativity Records negli Stati Uniti dAmerica e dalla britannica Earache Records in Europa.

Cooler Conditions

Human Conditions

Bonus Track edizione giapponese La bonus track era stata originariamente pubblicata come b-side del singolo "Check the Meaning".

Exhibit B: The Human Condition

Testi e musiche di Gary Holt, eccetto dove indicato. Tracce bonus Corea, Stati Uniti Traccia bonus Giappone

Whiteout Conditions

Testi e musiche di A. C. Newman.

John Condit

John Condict a.k.a. Condit was a United States Representative and a United States Senator from New Jersey and father of United States Representative Silas Condit. John Condict was born in Orange, New Jersey and after attending public schools he then studied medicine. Condict went on to serve as a surgeon in the American Revolutionary War. He became one of the founders and a trustee of the Orange Academy in 1785.

Silas Condit

Silas Condit was a U.S. Representative from New Jersey. Condit was born in Orange, New Jersey. He was the son of John Condit. Condit graduated from Princeton College in 1795. He engaged in mercantile pursuits in Orange, and moved to Newark, New Jersey. He served as clerk of Essex County from 1804–1811, and as Sheriff of Essex County from 1813-1816. He served as member of the New Jersey General Assembly in 1812, 1813, and 1816, and served in the New Jersey Legislative Council from 1819 to 1822. He served as president of the Newark Banking Co. 1820-1842. Condit was elected as an Anti-Jacksonian to the Twenty-second Congress, serving in office from March 4, 1831 to March 3, 1833. He engaged in banking. He served as delegate to the State constitutional convention in 1844. He died in Newark, New Jersey, November 29, 1861, and was interred in that citys First Presbyterian Church Cemetery.

James DeMott Condit

Condit was born on April 22, 1821. On October 5, 1848, he married Sarah A. Veazie. They would have three children before her death on September 21, 1876. Condit later married Abby M. Barker on May 20, 1878. During the American Civil War, Condit was a captain with the 25th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment of the Union Army. Events he participated in include the Siege of Vicksburg. Condits brother, Ambrose, accompanied the regiment as a sutler. During this time, Ambroses health began to fail, forcing him to leave. Eventually, he died on September 27, 1863. He had been Postmaster and Register of Deeds of Sparta, Wisconsin, where James was a hotel proprietor.

Samantha Knox Condit

Samantha Knox Condit was an American teacher and Presbyterian missionary, working in the Chinese community of San Francisco, California and surroundings.

Elbert Nevius Condit

Born in Stillwater, New Jersey, Elbert Nevius Condit was the son of the Reverend Thaniel Beers T.B. Condit 1804–1888 and Rebecca Jane Shafer 1814–1889. Elbert was named for the Reverend Elbert Nevius 1808–1897, a Presbyterian minister who served as a missionary with the Missionaries of the American Board to China. Rev. Nevius married T.B. Condits sister, Maria 1808–1886.

Ira J. Condit

Ira J. Condit was born November 18, 1883, in Jersey, Ohio, and graduated from Granville High School in 1900. He went on to Ohio State University, where he received his B.S. in 1905. After more than a decade working in various horticulture-related jobs, he returned to school, earning an M.S. from the University of California 1928 and a Ph.D. from Stanford University 1932.

Carl W. Condit

Carl Wilbur Condit was an American historian of urban and architectural history, a writer, professor, and teacher. He was professor at Northwestern University 1945–82. He wrote numerous books and articles on the history of American building, especially Chicago, Cincinnati, and the Port of New York. He founded the History of Science Department at Northwestern University, where he taught for over 30 years. His research specialty was the architecture of Chicago, Illinois, and he lived in Chicago most of his life, having moved there in 1945 in order to study its urban and technological development.

Merl Condit

Merlyn Edwin Condit, nicknamed "Merlyn the Magician," was an American football H-back in the National Football League for the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Washington Redskins, and the Brooklyn Dodgers. He played college football at West Virginia University and Carnegie Mellon University.

De donis conditionalibus

De donis conditionalibus is the chapter of the English Statutes of Westminster. It originated the law of entail – forbidding a landholder to sell his land except to his heirs.

UFC on Fox: Maia vs. Condit

UFC on Fox: Maia vs. Condit was a mixed martial arts event produced by the Ultimate Fighting Championship held on August 27, 2016, at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

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