Commons:Potd/2011-12 (nl)

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Map of Scandinavia, the Baltic states, northernmost part of current Germany, and parts of Poland and Russia, by Johann Baptist Homann, about 1730.

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Tobacco Hornworm (Manduca sexta), found in Urbana, Illinois, USA

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The Spinning Dancer is a kinetic, bistable optical illusion resembling a pirouetting female dancer. Some observers initially see the figure as spinning clockwise and some counterclockwise. Additionally, some may see the figure suddenly spin in the opposite direction. The illusion derives from an inherent ambiguity from the lack of visual cues for depth.

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American crocodile in La Manzanilla swamp, in the state of Jalisco, Mexico.

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Still life with an angel on a flea market in Stuttgart, Germany

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Wehranlage Großhesselohe, Munich, Germany

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Notre-Dame de Senlis cathedral (Oise, France). Detail of the stained glass in the chapel of Saint-Louis, made in 1863 by Claude Lavergne.

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Striped Bass (Morone saxatilis)

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Flora fountain at the Park of Versailles (France), with the goddess sitting on a bed of flowers (anemones, roses, cornflowers and heliotropes), and four erotes crowned with wild roses and linked by garlands of flowers. Sculptures in gilded lead by Jean-Baptiste Tuby (1672–1679), part of the basin series after the Four Seasons. Seen from the alley of Flora and Ceres.

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Oberaargletscher as seen from Oberaar, Bern, Switzerland

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Male Four-spotted Chaser (Libellula quadrimaculata)

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The Poeke Castle (Aalter, East Flanders, Belgium)

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A model of a typical paint valve system with a "female" valve, the stem being part of the top actuator. This type has no valve cup. The left part shows the spray in closed state, while the right side shows the pressed/open state, to illustrate the functionality. # Orifice insert # Actuator # Gasket # Stem # Valve # Spring cup # Spring # Valve Housing # Dip tube

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  • አማርኛ : Template:Potd/2011-12-14 (am)
  • čeština : Template:Potd/2011-12-14 (cs)
  • dansk : En model af et typisk ventilsystem til en spraydåse med en "hun"-ventil, hvor spidsen er en del af udløseren i toppen. Denne type har ikke nogen ventilhus. Venstre del viser sprøjten i lukket tilstand, mens højre side viser den i nedtrykket/åben tilstand for at illustrere funktionen.
    1. Åbningshul
    2. Udløser
    3. Pakning
    4. Spids
    5. Ventil
    6. Fjederhus
    7. Fjeder
    8. Ventilholder
    9. Dyprør
  • Deutsch : Template:Potd/2011-12-14 (de)
  • English : A model of a typical paint valve system with a "female" valve, the stem being part of the top actuator. This type has no valve cup. The left part shows the spray in closed state, while the right side shows the pressed/open state, to illustrate the functionality.
    1. Orifice insert
    2. Actuator
    3. Gasket
    4. Stem
    5. Valve
    6. Spring cup
    7. Spring
    8. Valve Housing
    9. Dip tube
  • español : Modelo de un típico sistema de válvula de pintura con una válvula «hembra», siendo la boquilla parte del accionador superior. Este tipo no tiene taza de válvula. La parte izquierda muestra el spray cerrado, muestra la parte derecha lo muestra presionado/abierto, para ilustrar el funcionamiento.
    1. Orificio de inserción
    2. Accionador
    3. Junta
    4. Boquilla
    5. Válvula
    6. Hueco del muelle
    7. Muelle
    8. Alojamiento de la válvula
    9. Tubo de inmersión
  • français : Schéma 3D d'une bombe aérosol classique avec une valve « femelle ». La tige et l’actionneur forment une seule pièce, et il n'y a pas d'assise pour la valve. La partie gauche montre l'ensemble de la bombe en position fermée, la partie droite le mécanisme en position ouverte.
  • italiano : Una valvola tipica di un sistema di pittura, con una valvola "femmina" il cui stelo è parte del sistema di attuazione superiore. Per illustrarne il funzionamento a sinistra viene mostrata chiusa, a destra premuta/aperta.
    1. Inserto dell'orifizio
    2. Attuatore
    3. Guarnizione
    4. Stelo
    5. Valvola
    6. Tazza della molla
    7. Molla
    8. Corpo della valvola
    9. Tubo di immersione
  • magyar : Egy tipikus festékszóró szelep-rendszer modellje egy "anya" szeleppel. A szár a felső működtető szerkezet részét képezi. Ennek a típusnak nincs szeleptányérja. A bal oldalon a spray zárt állapota, míg a jobb oldalon a lenyomott / nyitott állapota látható, bemutatva a működését. (1. Fúvóka betét, 2. Működtető, 3. Tömítés, 4. Szelepszár, 5. Flakon, 6. Rugó tányér, 7. Rugó, 8. Szelepház, 9. Merülőcső)
  • Nederlands : Doorsnede van het mechanisme van een spuitbus.
  • polski : Template:Potd/2011-12-14 (pl)
  • português : Template:Potd/2011-12-14 (pt)
  • suomi : Template:Potd/2011-12-14 (fi)
  • svenska : Template:Potd/2011-12-14 (sv)
  • беларуская (тарашкевіца)‎ : Template:Potd/2011-12-14 (be-tarask)
  • македонски : Template:Potd/2011-12-14 (mk)
  • русский : Модель пульверизатора
  • українська : Модель типової системи клапана типу "мама" ("жіночий") аерозольного балончика для фарбування, шток є частиною головки приводу. Ліва частина зображення показує клапан в закритому стані, права сторона показує натиснутий/відкритий стан, щоб пояснити дію клапана.
    1 отвір сопла
    2 головка приводу
    3 прокладка
    4 шток
    5 клапан
    6 підпружинена чашка
    7 пружина
    8 корпус клапана
    9 подовжувальна трубка.
  • বাংলা : Template:Potd/2011-12-14 (bn)
  • 한국어 : Template:Potd/2011-12-14 (ko)
  • 日本語 : Template:Potd/2011-12-14 (ja)
  • 中文(简体)‎ : 一个典型的油漆阀系统模型。这种类型没有阀杯。左边部分显示喷嘴处于关闭状态,而右边显示按下/开启状态。
  • 中文(繁體)‎ : Template:Potd/2011-12-14 (zh-hant)

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Tiger beetle (Lophyra sp.) pictured in Kibaha, Tanzania.

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The Three Country Bridge at night in Huningue (France) and Weil am Rhein (Germany) next to the Tripoint near Basel (Switzerland).

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Petit Piton, iconic mountain on the Caribbean island of St. Lucia, part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Asperitas inquinata penidae, Dyakiidae; Diameter 3,3 cm; Originating from Nusa Lembogan Island near Bali, Indonesia; Shell of own collection, therefore not geocoded.

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Mummified male head. The face is partially covered with gold or electrum.

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Robin Hunicke, producer at videogame developer thatgamecompany.

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Panoramic view (140°) of the Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord, in Duisbourg, Germany.

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The metrostation of Hakaniemi, Helsinki, Finland.

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White-throated Sparrow (Zonotrichia albicollis), Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area, Quebec, Canada.

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Stained glass at St John the Baptist's Anglican Church, Ashfield, New South Wales, Australia. Illustrates Jesus' description of himself “I am the Good Shepherd” (from the Gospel of John, chapter 10, verse 11).

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Plioplatecarpus sp. (most probably Plioplatecarpus ictericus), Mosasauridae; Length ca. 5,5 m; Niobrara formation, Upper Cretaceous, Kansas, USA; Composite of at least two skeletons; Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Karlsruhe, Germany.

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Römer (city hall) in Frankfurt am Main, Germany

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Therevidae are a family of Diptera Asiloidea commonly known as stiletto flies. The family contains about 1,600 described species worldwide, most diverse in arid and semi-arid regions with sandy soils.

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MS Maersk Elba container ship (at Gdańsk Deepwater Container Terminal). At the time this picture was taken, Maersk Elba was the biggest vessel ever to have entered the Baltic Sea. It has since been superseded by MS Eleonora Maersk.

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Navajo Trail, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, USA. Trees are Pseudotsuga menziesii and Pinus ponderosa.

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