Girish Akolkar

GIRISH AKOLKAR

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Scientific Way of Finding the Solutions by Decoding the Nature Intelligence

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Lactate threshold
All-star
Arteriovenous oxygen difference
Asian handicap
Athlete
Athletics (physical culture)
Attacker
Away colours
Beginner's luck
Bench (metonymy)
Bench-clearing brawl
Benefit (sports)
Big-ways
Blackout (broadcasting)
Blondes vs. Brunettes (charity event)
Blue chip (sports)
Bronze medal
Bye (sports)
Cann table
Cantera
Cap (sport)
Carbohydrate loading
Card stunt
Chronic training load
Cinderella (sports)
Club seating
Comeback (sports)
Contact sport
Continental championship
Cooper test
Crest (sports)
Dead rubber
Debenture (sport)
Depth chart
Dispersal draft
Division (sport)
Draft (sports)
Draft blunder
Draft steal
Drought (sport)
Elite Eight
Exhibition game
Expansion team
Falcon (sport)
Fight song
Final four
Forfeit (sport)
Foul (sports)
Franchise player
Free substitution
Games behind
Give-and-go
Goalkeeper
Gold medal
Grand final
Grandfather rule
Grind (sport)
Handball goalkeeper
Handicapping
Hearties
Hitting the wall
Hospital pass
Huddle
Hungarian system
Injured reserve list
Iron man (sports streak)
Line call
Lucky loser
Man of the match
Match penalty
Mental toughness
Mercy rule
Minor premiership
Moral victory
Multi-sport event
Nap hand
National championship
National Letter of Intent
National sport
No goal
Offense (sports)
Offer sheet
On the Bubble
One-game playoff
Open (sport)
Page playoff system
Parity (sports)
Peak power output
Perfect season
Personal record
Personal seat license
Pick-up game
Pitch (sports field)
Play-in game
Playoff format
Pocket schedule
Podiuming
Points percentage
Powderpuff (sports)
Press box
Pro–am
Promotion and relegation
Prospect (sports)
Raw Run
Raza point score system
Realignment (sports)
Rebound (sports)
Redshirt (college sports)
Replay (sports)
Representative side
Restricted free agent
Ring announcer
Riseball
Running economy
Safeword (sports)
Scratch team
Selector (sport)
Semi-professional
Serpentine system
Free agent
Shaughnessy playoff system
Shirts versus skins
Silver medal
Sinclair Coefficients
Singapi
Sociedad Anónima Deportiva
Sociedade Anónima Desportiva
Sporting colours
Sports card
Sports club
Sports commentator
Sports fan
Sports festival
Sports league
Sports rating system
Sports ticket derivative
Stadium anthem
Standings
Stat padding
Submaximal performance testing
Substitution (sport)
Sweet spot (sports)
Team sport
Technical time-out (volleyball)
Telegraphing (sports)
Third jersey
Third place playoff
Three points for a win
Three-peat
Throwback uniform
Tiebreaker
Trade (sports)
Training effect
Trampolining terms
Traveling team
Underdog (term)
Varsity letter
Varsity team
Vert (sport)
VO2 max
Walkover
Whitewash (sport)
Wild card (sports)
Wilks Coefficient
Winger (sports)
Winning percentage
Winning streak (sports)
Wire-to-wire
World championship
World cup competition
Youth ice hockey coach
Above the fold
Beat reporting
Boxout
Enterprise journalism
Feature story
Fixer (journalism)
Full Ginsburg
Gotcha journalism
Hack writer
Headline
Hot take
Hyperlocal
Journaille
Lead paragraph
Leaktivism
Listicle
Lupara Bianca
Man bites dog (journalism)
Morgue file
Newshole
No comment
Nut graph
Outro (literary)
Page 3
Political handicapping
Press gaggle
Puffery
Reverse ferret
Media scrum
Sidebar (publishing)
Silly season
Spike (journalism)
Stealth edit
Stop press
Stringer (journalism)
Under the crease
Amateur journalism
Article structure
Atavist
Blog
Community correspondent
Computer-assisted reporting
Maestro concept
Constructive journalism
Contextual objectivity
Contrarian
Correspondent
Courtroom sketch
Dispersal of ownership
Drone journalism
Editorial independence
Elite media
Outline of environmental journalism
European Charter on Freedom of the Press
Feiler Faster Thesis
Fifth Estate
Five Ws
Fourth Estate
Freedom of the press
Journalism and freedom
Gatekeeping (communication)
Global surveillance and journalism
Government by Journalism
Hallin's spheres
Information subsidy
Interview (journalism)
Interview (research)
Journalism culture
Journalism genres
Journalist
Journalistic interventionism
Lead paragraph
Living Newspaper
Long-form journalism
Media lock-up
Media Sustainability Index
Missed connection
Mobile news
Narrative crime script
News embargo
News style
Newseum
Newspaper
Newspaper extra
Newsroom
Nota roja
Notability
Illustrator
Page 3 culture
Parachute journalism
Popularity contest
Portable Database Image
Press gallery
Press laws
Press pass
Press pool
Press service
Public editor
Qualified privilege
Red meat (journalism)
Reporter's privilege
Robohack
Scoop (news)
Seeker (media company)
Slow Journalism
Social Reporting Standard
Solutions journalism
State media
Superconducting steel
Traffic reporting
Vatican watcher
World Press Freedom Day
Active layer
Arctic Basin
Arctic haze
Aufeis
Aurora
Boreas Plain
Canadian Arctic tundra
Cryosphere
Cryosuction
Gelisol
Greenland Plain
Hummock
Midnight sun
Molloy Deep
Novaya Zemlya effect
Patterned ground
Permafrost
Pingo
Polar drift
Polar night
Polar route
Polynya
Sastrugi
Septentrional
Subarctic
Talik
True north
Tundra
Polar vortex
Yedoma
Zero-curtain effect
24x7
BPO - Business process outsourcing
CAO - Chief Accounting Officer
CEO - Chief Executive Officer
CFO - Chief Financial Officer
CIO - Chief Information Officer/ Chief Investment Officer and Chief Innovation Officer
CISO - Chief Information Security Officer
CMO - Chief Marketing Officer
COB - Close of business
COO - Chief Operating Officer
CPO - Chief People Officer also Chief Procurement Officer
CSA - Customer Service Advisor
CTO - Chief Technical Officer
CLO - Chief Legal Officer
CSW - Completed Staff Work
CxO - Any of the above chief officers- x being a placeholder
EBITDA - Earnings before interest- taxes- depreciation- and amortization
EOB - End of business (day)
EOD - End of day
FTE - full-time equivalent
FY - fiscal year
HIBBIS - Heads in Beds- Butts in Seats (Used in the hotel industry)
HR - human resources
KPI - Key performance indicators
NDA - Non-disclosure agreement
PCP - Previous corresponding period
RFI - Request for Information
RFP - Request for Proposal
RFQ - Request for Quote
RFX - Request for information- proposal- or quotation- x being a placeholder
POS - point of sale
R&D - Research and Development
RIF - Reduction in Force
ROI - return on investment
SBU - Strategic Business Unit
SME - Subject Matter Expert / also Small to Medium Enterprise
TCO - total cost of ownership
USP - Unique Selling Proposition/Point
VP - Vice president
WC - Week Commencing
WE - Week Ending
YoY - Year over Year (current vs prior)
YTD - Year to date
50-000 foot view- Highest management overview
30-000 foot view- Program management view
Benchmarking/Benchmark- Measuring against
Best practice- Tried and tested methology/process
Bottleneck- Where a process is held up
Blue sky thinking- Idealistic or visionary ideas
Cascade- Array of possible actions to take in response to a problem- protocol
Check in the box - complete the task
Cutting edge practices - "up to date"- new methods
Dashboard
Deliverable/s - end product
Downsize - reduce the number of employees through a layoff
End-user perspective
Flavor of the month - the current popular activity/person
Golden handshake
Golden parachute
Hub- an idea which other ideas are linked to
Joined-up thinking- Discussing the viewpoints of each organization
Low-hanging fruit- Tasks that have the greatest positive effect for the least effort
Nesting
One belly button to push- Reduced number of suppliers
Operational excellence
Raft of measures- A collection of proposals or schemes
Talent – employees
Tent pole- the task or item most likely to delay a project or consume the most resources
Six Sigma -
Silo (Vertical and Horizontal) -
Silver bullet- One solution for everything
Stakeholders- every group or individual affected by the outcome of a decision
Under-pinning- The foundations of an idea- which helps another related scheme or proposal
Unique selling proposition (USP)
Womb to tomb- An idea or program that is killed before it has a chance to grow or flourish
Win-win solution- Providing a product or service which makes everyone happy
Baked In- Same as "included-"
Boil the Ocean
Build Capacity
Circle the wagons
Cover all directions of the compass
Create the storyboard
Deep dive- Get into the detail
Eating one's own dog food
Drink the Kool Aid - (from the Jonestown Massacre)
Have the vendor in our pocket- Keep a vendor / contractors paid
Land and expand- To sell a small solution and then grow it within the client's environment
Moving forward- Making progress on an idea or scheme
Pick the low-hanging fruit- Go for the easiest option
Power to the elbow- Get additional backup information to make your case stronger
Pushing the envelope- Going outside normal boundaries to achieve a target or goal
Sing from the same hymn sheet
Touch base- To meet up with a colleague to discuss progress (from baseball)
Cross-Functional - resume jargon- music to management's ears
Customer-centric
In the loop - knowing what's going on and being kept informed
Off the shelf - buying in a product or service already completed
In the weeds - view by staff who actually do the work
Employee exit management
Fedspeak
Opportunity engineering
Actions per minute
Alternate character
Build order
Combo (video gaming)
Deathmatch
Griefer
Healer (gaming)
Hitscan
Hotseat (multiplayer mode)
Instance dungeon
Kill stealing
Last man standing (gaming)
Micromanagement (gameplay)
Multi-boxing
Nerfing (video gaming)
Nuke (gaming)
Persistent world
Player versus player
Rank up
Score (game)
Signature move
Spawning (video gaming)
Tier list
Time attack
Turtling (gameplay)
Twinking
Video game exploits
Big iron
Bit bucket
Blacklist (computing)
Blinkenlights
Blinking twelve problem
Boat anchor (metaphor)
Bogon filtering
Boilerplate (text)
Brain dump
Brick (electronics)
Buzzword compliant
Chainik
Christmas tree packet
Crash (computing)
Crash to desktop
Data degradation
Disk space
DLL Hell
Drinking the Kool-Aid
Eating your own dog food
Eyeball search
Fear/ uncertainty and doubt
Flag day (computing)
Garbage in garbage out
Green Lightning (computing)
Hardware reset
Hashtag
Jargon File
Killer application
Killer feature
Killer poke
Leech (computing)
Liveware
Misbug
Miswart
MoSCoW method
Mung (computer term)
Munged password
Native (computing)
On the fly
On-the-fly encryption
Online and offline
P convention
PLOKTA
Plugpoint
Power good signal
Real Programmer
Reboot (computing)
Scratch monkey
Server sprawl
SEX (computing)
Silver bullet
Small matter of programming
Software archaeology
Software brittleness
Spindling
Standby of death
Supranet
Syntactic sugar
Tag (metadata)
Tags assigned to files
User error
Vdiff
Vgrep
Visual comparison
Visual inspection
Waving a dead chicken (over it)
Wheel (Unix term)
White box (computer hardware)
Write-only documentation
Yet another
Abnormal end
Abort (computing)
Address space
Application posture
Binary code compatibility
Blocking (computing)
Bucket (computing)
Bus factor
Canonical signed digit
Canonicalization
Clobbering
Clone (computing)
Cobrowsing
Command (computing)
Communication engine
Concurrent user
Contextualization (computer science)
Control logic
Control variable (programming)
Custom software
Customer engineer
Cyber spying
Cyber-collection
Cyberwarfare
Cyberworthiness
Dashboard (business)
Data stream
Default (computer science)
Definitive software library
Dependability
Deployment management
Device control register
Device driver
Digital audio workstation
Direct mode
Spelling of disc
Downstream (software development)
Elapsed real time
Embedded software
End system
End user
Event structure
Execution (computing)
Factory reset
Fileset
Fixed float
Fnord
Footprinting
Future proof
Goal seeking
Granule (Oracle DBMS)
Hacker
Hang (computing)
Hardware-dependent software
Host signal processing
Hybrid computer
Implementation
Indirection
Input queue
Interoperability
Interoperation
Interpreter directive
Job (computing)
Job control (computing)
Komputeko
Machine-readable medium
Man-in-the-browser
Map matching
Memory geometry
Multiprocessing
Nibble
Operating context
Operating environment
Operating system service management
Orchestration (computing)
Pairing (computing)
Path length
Performance supervision system
Persistence (computer science)
Personoid
Pose to pose animation
Power user
Principal (computer security)
Print screen
Process supervision
Processing mode
Program (machine)
Quiesce
Reading (computer)
Rename (computing)
Reset (computing)
Resident module
Run time (program lifecycle phase)
Scratch space
SD-WAN
Security kernel
Semantic interoperability
Shoulder surfing (computer security)
Silicon compiler
Social login
SubOS
Syllable (computing)
System identifier
System resource
Systems development life cycle
Task (computing)
Technical limitation
Technology dividend
Temporal isolation
Temporal isolation among virtual machines
Throttling process (computing)
Thunk
Toaster (software)
Trampoline (computing)
Trap (computing)
Unclick
Upgrade
Upstream (software development)
Use error
User (computing)
Useware
Vanilla software
Viable prefix
Virtualization
Word mark (computer hardware)
Word processing
Word processor
-zilla
Active load
Antimetric electrical network
Bandwidth (computing)
Bogey value
Coupling (electronics)
Gain (electronics)
Magic smoke
Passivity (engineering)
Sensitivity (electronics)
Transconductance
Wetting current
Abstract space
Alfoz (territory)
Alluvial fan
Alluvial plain
Americas (terminology)
Anthropization
Backcountry
Barrier range
Barrier ridge
Binary distribution
Boundary (real estate)
Terminology of the British Isles
Butte
Claim club
Dell (landform)
Doldrums
Downstate
Dry point
Field (geography)
Financial district
Genius loci
Geocell (cartography)
Geographical segregation
Geosophy
Getting lost
Hierarchical administrative subdivision codes
Hinterland
Honeypot (tourism)
Imaginary line
Interfluve
Land
Land claim
Landmark
Lehen
Lowest bridging point
Macedonia (terminology)
Megafan
Mesa
Metres above sea level
Mountain
Natural barrier
Orient
Physiographic province
Placer (geography)
Polynya
Potamal
Region
Remote and isolated community
Sandplain
Sector model
Sense of place
Side valley
Sink (geography)
Spatial scale
Succession
Table (landform)
Territorial capital
Topocide
Trailhead
Tunnel valley
Upstate
Hotel amenity
Best rate guaranteed
Central Reservations Office
Check-in
Hotel detective
Door hanger
Honesty bar
Hospitality Entertainment Network
Hospitality service
Hotel rating
Hotel television systems
Mini-bar
Online hotel reservations
Palm court
Pillow menu
Presidential suite
Resort fee
Room and board
Room service
Suite (hotel)
Turndown service
Wake-up call (service)
1% rule (Internet culture)
2moz
2mrw
2TM
4eva
4TW
10x
53x
833r
Account suicide
Adarsh Liberal
AFAIC
AFAICR
AFAIH
AFAIR
AFAIU
Age/sex/location
AIUI
Alay
ALOL
AR2D
Ask the rabbi
ATFQ
B00t
B2T
B4N
Banhammer
Bastard Operator From Hell
BBFN
BBIAB
BBIAW
Beauty beggar
Beta reader
BIFF
BSEG
BTDT
BTDTGTTS
Chowned
Cluebie
CMIIW
CTTOI
Culk
CWOT
Dafuq
Dear husband
DIAF
DKDC
Don8
Egoboo
Emoji
Emoticon
ESAD
Eternal September
For The Win (Internet slang)
FTLOG
GBCW
GBTW
GD&R
GFETE
GLHF
Google bomb
GR8
Greeklish
Hackathon
HBBS
HMITL
Hot take
HTH HAND
HTH/ HAND
HWGA
IANAL
IBTB
IBTL
ICBM address
IDTS
IGhost
IKWYM
ILYM
IM Slang
IMHE
Internet troll
Internetica
Internets
Itym
ITYM
IYAI
IYDMMA
J Random Hacker
Jejemon
JFTR
JGIYN
JTDC
JTOL
KTHNX
L3 (text speech)
L8ter
LATN
Laugh-Out-Loud Cats
Leet
LIGAS
LMBO
Lmk
LOL
Lolcat
Lolspeak
LSFW
Ltns
LTNS
Luser
LYL
Lylab
LYLAB
Lylas
LYSM
Mapathon
MIASU
Miguxês
MRDA (slang)
N2M
Netflix and chill
Newbie
NFBSK
Not safe for work
O RLY?
Omglolwtfbbq
OMGWTF
Otfp
Owned
Plonk (Usenet)
PMJI
PMSL
The pot calling the kettle black
Pwn
QLOL
Real life
ROFLOL
ROTFLOLWBAG
RTFB
RTFM
Rufkm
Shock site
Smack talk
SPYFN
Stan (fan)
Sticker (Internet)
Sysop
T-FTFY
Tbqh
TBQH
Tcharmil
The
Teh pr0n
Titcr
TL;DR
Ttbomk
TTYS
Twitter bomb
Tyvm
TYVM
Unfriend
Urban Dictionary
User error
UTFSF
UTSL
Vukajlija
W00t
W0t0
Wafwot
WAFWOT
Warez
Whoamg
WTFITSTM
WWTD
YMMV
YouTube Poop
YOYOW
YYSSW
Zomfg
ZOMG
Zomgling
Zorz
Kata
Anaku
Ananku
Annan
Chinte
Chintō/Gankaku
Enpi
Fukyugata
Gojūshiho
Jion
Hangetsu
Kūsankū/Kanku-dai
Naihanchi/Tekki
Nijūshiho/Niseishi
Passai/Bassai
Pinan/Heian
Rōhai/Meikyo
Sanchin
Seisan/Hangetsu
Seiunchin
Shisochin
Sōchin
Taikyoku
Tensho
Unsū
Wankan
Wanshū
Chito-ryu
Dan – Dojo
Gi – Goju-ryu
Hajime – Heian
Karate – Kata – Kihon – Kohai – Kumite – Kyū
Osu
Rei
Senpai – Sensei – Shihan – Shotokan – Sōke
Waza
Zanshin
Styles:
Ashihara
Budokan
Chitō-ryū
Enshin
Gensei-ryū
Gōjū-ryū
Gosoku-ryu
Isshin-ryū
Kobayashi Shōrin-ryū
Kyokushin
Matsubayashi-ryū
Motobu-ryu
Ryūei-ryū
Seidokaikan
Shidōkan
Shitō-ryū
Shohei-ryu
Shōrin-ryū
Shōrin-ryū Shidōkan
Shōrei-ryū
Shōrinjiryū Kenkōkan
Shotokan
Shūdōkan
Shūkōkai
Shuri-ryū
Tōon-ryū
Uechi-ryū
Wadō-ryū
Yoseikan
Yoshukai
Techniques:
Blocks
Kicks
Punches
Stances
Strikes
Throw
Joint lock
Training methods:
Kihon
Kata
Bunkai
Kumite
Kobudō
Full contact
Culture
Dojo kun
Karate gi
Kyū
Obi
Competition:
Karate at the World Games
Karate World Championships
Asian Karate Championships
European Karate Championships
Karate at the Summer Olympics
Artistic gymnastics:
Amanar (vault) –named after Simona Amânar (Romania)
Belyavskiy (parallel bars (dismount)) –named after David Belyavskiy (Russia)
Blanik (vault) – handspring forward on –named after Polish artistic gymnast Leszek Blanik (Poland)
Borden (balance beam) –named after Amanda Borden (USA)
Bhardwaj (uneven bars) –named after Mohini Bhardwaj (USA)
Bhavsar (still rings) –named after Raj Bhavsar (USA)
Bhavsar (parallel bars) –named after Raj Bhavsar (USA)
Bi turn (uneven bars) – named after Bi Wenjing (China)
Biles (floor exercise) –named after Simone Biles (USA)
Brause (uneven bars) –named after Doris Fuchs-Brause (USA)
Bretschneider (horizontal bar) –named after Andreas Bretschneider (Germany)
Bretschneider II (horizontal bar) –named after Andreas Bretschneider (Germany)
Bryan (pommel horse) –named after Casey Bryan (USA)
Bulimar (floor exercise) –named after Diana Bulimar (Romania)
Cassina (horizontal bar) –Igor Cassina (Italy)
Cheng (vault) –named after Cheng Fei (China)
Chusovitina (floor exercise) –named after Oksana Chusovitina (USSR  Germany  Uzbekistan)
Chusovitina (vault) – handspring forward on –named after Oksana Chusovitina (USSR  Germany  Uzbekistan)
Chow-Khorkina or Khorkina-Chow (unven bars) –named after Amy Chow (USA  also first performed by Svetlana Khorkina (Russia))
Chow II (uneven bars) –named after Amy Chow (USA)
Comaneci salto (uneven bars) –named after Nadia Comăneci (Romania)
Daggett (pommel horse) –named after Tim Daggett (USA)
Dalton (parallel bars) –named after Jacob Dalton (USA)
Dawes (uneven bars) –named after Dominique Dawes (USA)
Diomidov (parallel bars) –named after Sergei Diomidov (USSR)
Dos Santos (floor exercise) –named after Daiane dos Santos (Brazil)
Dos Santos II (floor exercise) –named after Daiane dos Santos (Brazil)
Dowell (floor exercise) - front double piked salto Brenna Dowell (USA)
Drăgulescu (vault) –named after Marian Drăgulescu (Romania)
Drăgulescu piked (vault) –named after Marian Drăgulescu (România)
Erceg (balance beam (mount)) –  named after Tina Erceg (Croatia)
Ferrari (floor exercise) –named after Vanessa Ferrari (Italy)
Fontaine (uneven bars dismount) –named after Larissa Fontaine (USA)
Galante (balance beam) –named after Paola Galante (Italy)
Garrison (floor exercise) –named after Kelly Garrison (USA)
Garrison (balance beam) –named after Kelly Garrison (USA)
Garrison II (balance beam) –named after Kelly Garrison (USA)
Garrison III (balance beam) –named after Kelly Garrison (USA)
Gatson (parallel bars) –named after Jason Gatson (USA)
Gaylord I (horizontal bar) –named after Mitch Gaylord (USA)
Gaylord II (horizontal bar) –named after Mitch Gaylord (USA)
Gebeshian (uneven bars) –named after Houry Gebeshian (Armenia)
Gienger salto (horizontal bar  uneven bars) – named after Eberhard Gienger (Germany)
Gómez (floor exercise) –named after Elena Gómez (Spain)
Grigoraş (balance beam) – named after Cristina Elena Grigoraş (Romania)
Hayden (horizontal bar) –named after Daniel Hayden (USA)
Henrich (balance beam) –named after Christy Henrich (USA)
Hindorff (uneven bars) –named after Sylvia Hindorff (East Germany)
Huang (uneven bars) –named after Huang QiuShuang (China)
Humphrey (floor exercise) –named after Terin Humphrey (USA)
Humphrey (balance beam/floor exercise) –named after Terin Humphrey (USA)
Hypolito (floor exercise) –named after Diego Hypólito (Brazil)
Jäger salto (horizontal bar  uneven bars) –named after Bernd Jäger (East Germany)
Janz salto (uneven bars) – named after Karin Janz (East Germany)
Johnson (floor exercise) –named after Brandy Johnson (USA)
Kasamatsu (vault) – named after Shigero Kasamatsu (Japan)
Kim (floor exercise) –named after Nellie Kim (USSR)
Kim-Shirai or Shirai-Kim (vault) –Kim Hee Hoon
Khorkina (uneven bars) –named after Svetlana Khorkina (Russia)
Khorkina II (uneven bars) –named after Svetlana Khorkina (Russia)
Khorkina (balance beam) –named after Svetlana Khorkina (Russia)
Khorkina II (balance beam (dismount)) –named after Svetlana Khorkina (Russia)
Khorkina-Chow or Chow-Khorkina (uneven bars) –named after Svetlana Khorkina
Khorkina (floor exercise) –named after Svetlana Khorkina (Russia)
Khorkina (vault) –named after Svetlana Khorkina (Russia)
Khorkina II (vault) – named after Svetlana Khorkina (Russia)
Kolman (horizontal bar) –named after Alojz Kolman (Slovenia)
Komova (uneven bars) –named after Viktoria Komova (Russia)
Komova II (uneven bars) –named after Viktoria Komova (Russia)
Kononenko (uneven bars) –named after Natalia Kononenko (Ukraine)
Kotchetkova (balance beam) –named after Dina Kotchetkova (Russia)
Korbut flip (balance beam) –named after Olga Korbut (USSR)
Korbut flip (uneven bars) –named after Olga Korbut (USSR)
Kovacs (horizontal bar) –named after Péter Kovács (Hungary)
Liukin (floor exercise) –named after Valeri Liukin (USSR)
Liukin (horizontal bar) –named after Valeri Liukin (USSR)
Liukin (balance beam) –named after Nastia Liukin (USA)
Li Li German Giant (uneven bars) – named after Li Li (China)
Li Li (balance beam) –named after Li Li (China)
Li Ya salto (uneven bars) –named after Li Ya (China)
Li Ya (uneven bars (dismount)) –named after Li Ya (China)
Liu Xuan salto (uneven bars) –named after Liu Xuan (China)
Magyar traverse (pommel horse) – named after Zoltán Magyar (Hungary)
Magyar spindle (pommel horse) – named after Zoltán Magyar (Hungary)
Maloney (uneven bars) –named after Kristen Maloney (USA)
Maloney (uneven bars) –named after Kristen Maloney (USA)
Ma dismount (uneven bars) –named after Ma Yanhong (China)
McCool (balance beam) –named after Courtney McCool (USA)
McNamara (uneven bars (mount)) –named after Julianne McNamara (USA)
Melissanidis (vault) –named after Ioannis Melissanidis (Greece)
Memmel (floor exercise) –named after Chellsie Memmel (USA)
Memmel (balance beam) –named after Chellsie Memmel (USA)
Miller (uneven bars) –named after Shannon Miller (USA)
Mitchell (floor exercise  balance beam) –named after Lauren Mitchell (Australia)
Mo salto (uneven bars) –named after Mo Huilan (China)
Moors (uneven bars) –named after Victoria Moors (Canada)
Moors (floor exercise) –named after Victoria Moors (Canada)
Mostepanova (floor exercise) –named after Olga Mostepanova (USSR)
Mukhina salto (floor exercise) –named after Elena Mukhina (USSR)
Mustafina (uneven bars (dismount)) –named after Aliya Mustafina (Russia)
Mustafina II (uneven bars) –Aliya Mustafina (Russia)
Mustafina (floor) –named after Aliya Mustafina (Russia)
Mustafina (vault) –named after Aliya Mustafina (Russia)
Nabieva (uneven bars) –named after Tatiana Nabieva (Russia)
Nguyen (parallel bars) –named after Marcel Nguyen (Germany)
Okino (uneven bars (dismount)) –named after Elizabeth (Betty) Okino (USA)
Okino (balance beam) –named after Elizabeth (Betty) Okino (USA)
Omelianchik (balance beam) –named after Oksana Omelianchik (USSR)
Omelianchik (vault) –named after Oksana Omelianchik (USSR)
O'Neill (still rings) –named after Paul O'Neill (USA)
Onodi (balance beam) –named after Henrietta Ónodi (Hungary)
Pak salto (uneven bars) –named after Gyong Sil Pak (North Korea)
Patterson (balance beam (dismount)) –named after Carly Patterson (USA)
Pegan (horizontal bar) –named after Aljaž Pegan (Slovenia)
Phelps (vault) –named after Jaycie Phelps (USA)
Phillps (balance beam) –named after Kristie Phillps (USA)
Preziosa (balance beam) –named after Elisabetta Preziosa (Italy)
Podkopayeva (vault) –named after Lilia Podkopayeva (Ukraine)
Podkopayeva (floor) –named after Lilia Podkopayeva (Ukraine)
Popa (floor exercise) –named after Celestina Popa (Romania)
Produnova (vault) –named after Elena Produnova (Russia)
Ray I (uneven bars) –named after Elise Ray (USA)
Ray II (uneven bars) –named after Elise Ray (USA)
Ray III (uneven bars (dismount)) –named after Elise Ray (USA)
The Retton Flip (uneven bars) –named after Mary Lou Retton (USA)
Roth (pommel horse) –named after Bill Roth (USA)
Semenova (floor exercise) –named after Ksenia Semenova (Russia)
Semenova (balance beam) –named after Ksenia Semenova (Russia)
Seitz (uneven bars) –named after Elisabeth Seitz (Germany)
Shaham (horizontal bar) –named after Noam Shaham (Israel)
Shaposhnikova (uneven bars) –named after Natalia Shaposhnikova (USSR)
Shewfelt (vault) –named after Kyle Shewfelt (Canada)
Shirai or Shirai-Nguyen (floor exercise) –named after Kenzo Shirai
Shirai II (floor exercise) –named after Kenzo Shirai (Japan)
Shirai III (floor exercise) –named after Kenzo Shirai (Japan)
Shirai or Shirai-Kim (vault) –named after Kenzo Shirai
Shirai II (vault) –named after Kenzo Shirai
Shushunova (floor exercise) –named after Yelena Shushunova (Russia)
Shushunova (uneven bars) –named after Yelena Shushunova (Russia)
Silivaş (balance beam (mount)) – named after Daniela Silivaş (Romania)
Silivaş (floor) –named after Daniela Silivaş (Romania)
Stalder (horizontal bar) –named after Josef Stalder (Switzerland)
Stroescu (floor exercise) –named after Silvia Stroescu (Romania)
Strong (uneven bars) –named after Lori Strong (Canada)
Strong (Lori) hop (balance beam) – named after Lori Strong (Canada)
Strug (floor exercise) –named after Kerri Strug (USA)
Talavera (balance beam) –named after Tracee Talavera (USA)
Teza (balance beam) –named after Elvire Teza (France)
Thomas flair (pommel horse  floor exercise) – named after Kurt Thomas (USA)
Thomas salto (floor exercise) –named after Kurt Thomas (USA)
Thomas salto (floor exercise) –named after Kurt Thomas (USA)
Tkachev (uneven bars) –named after Aleksandr Tkachyov (USSR)
Tsukahara (vault) –named after Mitsuo Tsukahara (Japan)
Tweddle (uneven bars) –named after Beth Tweddle (Great Britain)
Urzică (parallel bars) –named after Marius Urzică (Romania)
van Leeuwen (uneven bars) –named after Laura van Leeuwen (Netherlands)
Wang Huiying (vault) –named after Wang Huiying (China)
Wells (parallel bars) –named after Trent Wells (USA)
Wevers turn (balance beam) –named after Sanne Wevers (Netherlands)
White (uneven bars) –named after Morgan White (USA)
Wong (balance beam) –named after Hiu Ying Angel Wong (China – Hong Kong)
Yang (vault) –named after Yang Hak-Seon (South Korea)
Yang Bo (balance beam) –named after Yang Bo (China)
Yurchenko (vault) –named after Natalia Yurchenko (USSR)
Yurchenko loop (balance beam) –named after Natalia Yurchenko (USSR)
Zamolodchikova (vault) –named after Elena Zamolodchikova (Russia)
Zamolodchikova (balance beam) –named after Elena Zamolodchikova (Russia)
Yarotska (uneven bars) –fter Irina Yarotska (Ukraine)
Zonderland (parallel bars) –named after Epke Zonderland (Netherlands)
Association football:
Panenka penalty kick – named after Antonín Panenka (Czech Republic)
Zidane Spin/The Roulette (alternative name for 360-spin) – named after Zinedine Zidane (France)
Cuauteminha – named after Cuauhtémoc Blanco (Mexico)
Bosman ruling – named after Jean-Marc Bosman (Belgium)
Cruijff Turn – named after Johan Cruijff (Netherlands)
Makélélé role (alternative name for a defensive midfielder) – named after Claude Makélélé (France)
Athletics:
Fosbury Flop – a high jump style  named named after Dick Fosbury (USA)
Volzing – a now illegal pole vault technique  named named after Dave Volz (USA)
Baseball:
Mendoza Line – named named after Mario Mendoza (USA)
Pesky's pole – named named after Johnny Pesky (USA)
Tal's Hill – named named after Tal Smith (USA)
Tommy John surgery – named named after Tommy John (USA)
Ruthian – a term for a longer homer run  named named after Babe Ruth (USA)
Steve Blass Disease – a term applied to talented players who seem to inexplicably lose their ability to accurately throw a baseball
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu:
Kimura Lock
De la Riva Guard
D'Arce choke
Boxing:
Ali shuffle – named named after Muhammad Ali (USA)
Queensberry rules – named after John Sholto Douglas
Cricket:
Bosie (alternative name for a googly) – named after Bernard Bosanquet (England)
Kolpak –named after Maroš Kolpak (Slovakia)
Mankading – named after Vinoo Mankad (India)
Marillier shot – named after Dougie Marillier (Zimbabwe)
Dilscoop – named after Tillekaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka)
Duckworth-Lewis –named after Frank Duckworth (England) and Tony Lewis (Wales)
Ice hockey:
The Datsyuk – named after a particular move by Pavel Datsyuk (Russia)
Gordie Howe hat trick – named after Gordie Howe (Canada)
Lemieux cycle – named after Mario Lemieux (Canada)
Rob Ray Rule – named after Rob Ray (Canada)
Savard spin-o-rama (or Savardian spin-o-rama) – originally named named after Serge Savard (Canada)  but made famous by Denis Savard (Canada)
The Brodeur Rule – due to his ability to play the puck outside of his crease  named named after Martin Brodeur (Canada)
Motorsport:
Gurney flap and Gurney Bubble – named named after Dan Gurney (United States)
Rhythmic gymnastics:
The Shugurova -named after Galina Shugurova (USSR)
The Timochenko – named after Alexandra Timoshenko (USSR)
Backscale Pivots – named after Alina Kabaeva (Russia)
The Cid Tostado –named after Almudena Cid Tostado (Spain)
The Kabaeva – on floor Back split pivot with hand help  named after Alina Kabaeva (Russia)
The Tchachina – Switch leap with changing legs  named after Irina Tchachina (Russia)
Reverse illusion turns – named after Irina Tchachina (Russia)
The Utyasheva – backsplit to backscale to backsplit pivot with help  named after Laysan Utiasheva (Russia)
Ring Pivots  – named after Evgenia Kanaeva (Russia)
Switch Turn – named after Evgenia Kanaeva (Russia)
Pivot Turn –named after Daria Kondakova (Russia)
Pivot connecting turns (attitude turns + ring pivot turn with help) – named after Daria Dmitrieva (Russia)
The Staniouta – cossack turn starting on floor + connecting penchee turn  named after Melitina Staniouta (Belarus)
The Kudry – back bend to roll over apparatus catch  named after Yana Kudryavtseva (Russia)
Rugby league:
Sonny-Billed –named after Sonny Bill Williams (New Zealand)
Hopoate – named named after John Hopoate (Tonga)
Falcon –named after Mario 'The Maltese Falcon' Fenech (Malta)
Skiing:
Gundersen method –named after Norwegian Nordic combined skier Gunder Gundersen (Norway)
Tennis:
Henman Hill AKA Aorangi Terrace – named after Tim Henman (Great Britain)
Ultimate (Frisbee):
Callahan – named after Henry Callahan (USA)
Weightlifting:
The van Dam Lift – named after Rob Van Dam (USA)
Wrestling:
Karelin lift – named after Alexander Karelin (USSR  Russia)
John Smith single – named after John T. Smith (USA)
Lou Thesz press – named after Lou Thesz (USA)
Fujiwara armbar – named after Yoshiaki Fujiwara (Japan)
Asai moonsault – named after Yoshiro Asai (Último Dragón) (Japan)
Muta lock – named after The Great Muta (Japan)
Gory special – named after Gory Guerrero (USA)
Romero special – named after Rito Romero (Mexico)
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Western fiction
Wit
Word accent
Wrenched accent
Watermark
Za
Zappai
Iamb
Trochee or Choreus- choree
Spondee
Pyrrhic or dibrach
Dactyl
Anapaest or antivdactylus
Amphibrach
Amphimacer or cretic
Molossus
Tribrach
Tetrasyllables:
primus paeon
secundus paeon
tertius paeon
quartus paeon
first epitrite
second epitrite
third epitrite
fourth epitrite
minor ionic- or double iamb
major ionic
diamb
ditrochee
antispast
choriamb
tetrabrach or proceleusmatic
dispondee
Verse forms:
Ballade
Chant royal
Cinquain
Clerihew
Couplet
Enclosed rhyme (or enclosing rhyme)
Ghazal
Limerick
Monorhyme
Ottava rima
Rhyme royal
Rondelet
Rubaiyat
Sapphics
Petrarchan sonnet
Shadorma
Shakespearean sonnet
Simple 4-line
Spenserian sonnet
Onegin stanzas
Spenserian stanza
Tanaga
Terza rima
Triplet
Verbless poetry
Aero bike
Alleycat race
Autobus (cycling)
Breakaway specialist
Broom wagon
Cadence (cycling)
Chain gang (cycling)
Cima Coppi
Climbing specialist
Climbing train
Commissaire (cycling)
Criterium
Did Not Finish
Directeur sportif
Domestique
Drafting (aerodynamics)
Flèche (cycling)
General classification
Grand Tour (cycling)
Green jersey
Hors catégorie
Individual time trial
Kermesse (cycling)
King of the Mountains
Peloton
Points classification
Polka dot jersey
Puncheur
Race stage
Racing bicycle
Rainbow jersey
Red jersey
Repechage
Rouleur
Ruban Jaune
Sprint train
Sprinter (cycling)
Cycling team
Team classification
Team time trial
Time trial bicycle
Time trial cycling equipment
Time trialist
Triple Crown of Cycling
UEC European Champion jersey
White jersey
Yellow jersey
Young rider classification
Chonmage
Dohyō
Gunbai
Makuuchi
Mawashi

Birth, Time of Birth, Date of Birth, Month of Birth, Season of Birth, Year of Birth.

Death, Time of Death, Date of Death, Month of Death, Season of Death, Year of Death.

Shraaddha, Time of Shraaddha, Date of Shraaddha, Month of Shraaddha, Season of Shraaddha, Year of Shraaddha.

Education, Job, Marriage, Retirement, Death.

Job, Time of Joining of Job, Date of Joining of Job, Month of Joining of Job, Season of Joining of Job, Year of Joining of Job

Marriage, Time of Marriage, Date of Marriage, Month of Marriage, Season of Marriage, Year of Job

Divorce, Time of Divorce, Date of Divorce, Month of Divorce, Season of Divorce, Year of Divorce

Business, Time of Commenecemnt of Business, Date of Commenecemnt of Business, Month of Commenecemnt of Business, Season of Commenecemnt of Business, Year of Commenecemnt of Business

NPA - Non Performing Assets, Time of NPA - Non Performing Assets, Date of NPA - Non Performing Assets, Month of NPA - Non Performing Assets, Season of NPA - Non Performing Assets, Year of NPA - Non Performing Assets

Vaastu, East, West, North, South, North East, North West, South East, South West

Success, Achievement, Secured Life, Health, Wealth, Joy, Pleasure, Contented, Satisfaction, Happiness, Growth, fulfilment of Wishes, Career, Sports, Games, Hobbies, Internet, Wifi, Mobile, Social Media, Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Youtube, Instagram, Google Plus, DoWhistle, Insurance, Mediclaim, Salary, Bonus, Gratuity, ESIC, PF, Pension, Investment, Stock Holding, Income Tax, GST, Import Export Code, Balance Sheet, Energy, Peace of Mind, Meditation, Yoga, Brahmamurta, Enabler, Alchemist, Prayer, Excercise, Diet, Vegetarian, Lifestyle, Addiction, Video Games, Newspaper, TV Channels, Internet Browisng, Research & Development, Innovation, Forensic Engineering Audit, Startup, Technology, Merger & Acquisitions, Advertising, Branding, Consultant, Advisor, Solution Providers, Digital Transformation, Human Resources, Placement Assistance, Self Enterpreneur, Trading, Broking, Marketing, Reselling, Stockist, Dealer, Distributors, value Addition, Business Exchange, Personal Relation(PR), Restructuring, Redesign, Subham karoti, Ram Raksha, Mantra, Tantra, Gayatri Mantra, Aarti, Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra, Atharvashirsha, Satya Narayn Pooja, Ganpati, Navratri, Govinda, Janmashtami, Diwali, Dasara, Holi, Akshatruteya, Rang Panchami, Gym, Aasan, Sanskrut, Routine Life.