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  2. Instagram - Wikipedia

    t. e. Instagram [a] is a photo and video sharing social networking service owned by Meta Platforms. It allows users to upload media that can be edited with filters, be organized by hashtags, and be associated with a location via geographical tagging. Posts can be shared publicly or with preapproved followers.

  3. Texas Dow Employees Credit Union - Wikipedia

    896 (April 2022) [1] Website. www .tdecu .org. Texas Dow Employees Credit Union ( TDECU) is a credit union based in Lake Jackson, Texas, with 38 service locations, including 34 member centers. TDECU is the largest Houston-area credit union, and fourth largest in the state of Texas, [2] with over 372,000 members and assets of $4.7 billion as of ...

  4. Ruby Franke - Wikipedia

    Ruby Franke (née Griffiths; born January 18, 1982) is an American former family vlogger who ran the now defunct YouTube channel called 8 Passengers.On August 30, 2023, Ruby Franke and Jodi Hildebrandt were arrested in Washington County, Utah, and charged with six counts of aggravated child abuse of two of Franke's children under Utah law, four counts to which she pled guilty.

  5. DNA - Wikipedia

    DNA major and minor grooves. The latter is a binding site for the Hoechst stain dye 33258. Twin helical strands form the DNA backbone. Another double helix may be found tracing the spaces, or grooves, between the strands. These voids are adjacent to the base pairs and may provide a binding site. As the strands are not symmetrically located with ...

  6. Formula One - Wikipedia

    Formula One, commonly known as Formula 1 or F1, is the highest class of international racing for open-wheel single-seater formula racing cars sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). The FIA Formula One World Championship has been one of the world's premier forms of racing since its inaugural running in 1950.

  7. Microsoft Bing - Wikipedia

    Microsoft Bing, commonly referred to as Bing, is a search engine owned and operated by Microsoft. The service traces its roots back to Microsoft's earlier search engines, including MSN Search, Windows Live Search, and Live Search. Bing offers a broad spectrum of search services, encompassing web, video, image, and map search products, all ...

  8. American Payroll Association - Wikipedia

    The American Payroll Association (APA) is a professional association for individuals responsible for processing company payrolls. The Association conducts payroll training courses and seminars on a yearly basis and publishes a library of payroll resource texts and newsletters. APA has approximately 21,000 members, 121 APA-affiliated local ...

  9. Pokémon - Wikipediaémon

    Pokémon [a] is a Japanese media franchise consisting of video games, animated series and films, a trading card game, and other related media. The franchise takes place in a shared universe in which humans co-exist with creatures known as Pokémon, a large variety of species endowed with special powers. The franchise's target audience is ...