Angelina

(minor planet 64) The second largest known E-class asteroid, after Nysa (see Nysa-Polana family), and one with an unusually high albedo. Angleina was discovered by E. Wilhelm Tempel in 1861. Whereas most E-class asteroids dominate the Hungaria group region of the main asteroid b...
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Angelina

[fungus] Angelina is a genus of fungi in the Dermateaceae family. == See also == ...
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Angelina

[given name] Angelina is a diminutive form of the name Angela, a name derived from the Greek angelos (Greek αγγελος) meaning `messenger`. ==List of people with the given name Angelina== ===Fictional characters=== ...
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Angelina

[trilobite] Angelina is a genus of trilobite that lived during the Lower Ordovician (upper Tremadocian). It is known from Wales and South America. It differs from most other Triarthrinae in being larger, with a relatively narrow central raised area of the headshield (or glabella), with the occipital ring at the back of the glabella not well...
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Angelina

Angelina is an Italian name for girls. The meaning is `Angel, Messenger of God` The name Angelina is most commonly given to American girls. What do they use in other countries? Ange Anjel Angy Angelin Angell Angela (German, Italian, English) Angeles (English) Anjolaoluwa Angie (English) Angelica (German) The name sounds like: Angellina, Angelita, A...
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