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Batán

The World Tree is a motif present in several religions, particularly Indo-European religions. The world tree is represented as a colossal tree which supports the heavens, thereby connecting the heavens, the earth, and, through its roots, the underground. Specific World Trees include Yggdrasil (or Irminsul) in Norse mythology, the Oak in Slavic and...
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Batan

[stone] The batan is a kitchen utensil used to process different kinds of foods in South Asian,South American and Andean cuisine. It has a flat stone (the batan proper) and a grinding stone called a uña. The uña is held in both hands and rocked over the food in the batan. Depending on the process wished, the uña`s weight is slightly held...
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BATAN

acronym: Reactor and Nuclear Research Facilities, National Atomic Energy Agency
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Batan

The USS Batan is an American Wasp Class Amphibious Assault Ship. The USS Batan carries a mix of assault helicopters, plus six to eight Harriers for close air support. The USS Batan is armed with two semi-active radar-guided NATO Sea Sparrow Missile Systems (NSSMS) for anti-air warfare protection, two Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) Systems and two P...
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