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Drava

The Drava or Drave is a river in southern Central Europe. With a length of 710 kilometres, 724 kilometres including the Sextner Bach source, it is the fifth or sixth longest tributary of the Danube, after the Tisza, Prut, Mureș and Siret, its source is near the market town of Innichen, in the Puster Valley of South Tyrol, Italy. The river flows eastwards through East Tirol and Carinthia in Austria into the Styria region of Slovenia, it turns southeast, passing through Croatia and, after merging with its main tributary Mur, forms most of the border between Croatia and Hungary, before it joins the Danube near Osijek. In ancient times the river was known as Dravus or Draus in Latin, Δράβος in Greek. Medieval attestations of the name include Dravis, Drauus and Trah; the name is pre-Roman and pre-Celtic, but of Indo-European origin, from the root *dreu̯-'flow'. The river gives its name to the dravite species of tourmaline; the Drava and the Spöl are the only two rivers originating in Italy that belong to the Danube drainage basin.

Its main left tributaries are the Isel, the Möll, the Lieser, the Gurk and the Lavant in Austria, the Mur near Legrad at the Croatian–Hungarian border. Its main right tributaries are the Gail in Austria, the Meža and Dravinja in Slovenia, the Bednja in Croatia. Mean discharge is for the last station in the country mentioned in the source; the Drava sources are located at the drainage divide between the market town of Innichen and neighbouring Toblach in the west, where the Rienz River rises, a tributary of the Adige. At Innichen itself the 16+ km Sextner Bach, originating near the Sextener Rotwand, joins the ~2 km long source creek; the river than flows eastwards and after 8 kilometres crosses into East Tyrol in Austria. At Lienz it flows into the Isel, sourced from the glaciers of the Glockner Groups; the Isel is three times larger than the Drava where they meet and, starting from the source of its tributary Schwarzach under the Rötspitze, the Isel is longer than the combined Drava and Sextner Bach to that point.

The river flows east into Carinthia at Oberdrauburg. The river separates the Kreuzeck range of the High Tauern in the north and the Gailtal Alps in the south, passes the Sachsenburg narrows and the site of the ancient city of Teurnia, before it reaches the town of Spittal an der Drau. Downstream of Villach, it runs along the northern slopes of the Karawanks to Lavamünd; the Drava passes into Slovenia at Gorče near Dravograd, from where it runs for 142 kilometres via Vuzenica, Muta, Ruše, Maribor to Ptuj and the border with Croatia at Ormož. The river passes Varaždin, Belišće and Osijek in Croatia, Barcs in Hungary, it is navigable for about 90 kilometres from Čađavica in Croatia to its mouth. The hydrological parameters of Drava are monitored in Croatia at Botovo, Terezino Polje, Donji Miholjac and Osijek. There are 22 hydroelectric power plants on the Drava; the power plants are listed beginning at the headwaters: The Drava River is one of the most exploited rivers in the world in terms of hydropower, with 100% of its water potential energy being exploited.

As the region of the river is a place of exceptional biodiversity, this raises several ecological concerns, together with other forms of exploitation such as use of river deposits

Honor 5X

The Huawei Honor 5X is a mid-range Android smartphone manufactured by Huawei as part of the Huawei Honor X series. It uses an aluminum body design, it was first released in China in October 2015, was released in the United States and India in January 2016. The Honor 5X has a metal-clad design using "aviation-grade aluminum" for its body, it uses a 5.5-inch 1080p laminated display with a pixel density of 401 ppi, octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 616 processor with an Adreno 405 GPU, 2 or 3 GB of DDR3 RAM memory, 16 GB of internal storage. It has "Fingerprint 2.0 technology",which allows user to directly unlock the smartphone with just user input using an FPC1020 fingerprint scanner. The Honor 5X comes with 13 Megapixel rear camera with dual-LED flash, f/2.0 aperture and Phase Detection AutoFocus. It has a f/2.4 5 Megapixel front facing camera. It comes in 16GB in-built storage which can be expanded up to 128GB using MicroSD card and has a 3000 mAh battery; the Honor 5X was marketed with Emotion User Interface v3.1, a customisation of Android Lollipop.

The device is supported by LineageOS v14.1 up to v16.0, a free and open-source operating system based on Android Oreo. The LineageOS release was preceded by unofficial builds of CyanogenMod v13.0, based on Android Marshmallow. The Honor 5X was first announced at an event held by Huawei in Chengdu on 27 October 2015; the smartphone was offered in two versions. It launched in India at ₹12,999. On January 28, it was listed on Amazon for sale. On 6 January 2016, during CES 2016, Huawei announced that the version of the Honor 5X with 2 GB of RAM memory would be sold in the United States for US$199. NotesUnlocking Honor 5x Bootloader How To Unlock Bootloader Of Huawei Phones Official Method Honor 5x Stock Firmware: Complete List Of Official Honor 5x Stock Rom All Models Sources

NIC

NIC may refer to: National Insurance Corporation, Uganda NIC Bank, a commercial bank in Kenya National Ice Center, an agency that provides worldwide navigational ice analyses for the United States military and government National Incubation Center, Ignite - National Technology Fund, Ministry of IT & Telecom, Government of Pakistan Natal Indian Congress, a political party in South Africa formed by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi National Implementation Committee on FATA Reforms, a committee chaired by the Prime Minister of Pakistan regarding the Federally Administered Tribal Areas National Informatics Centre, Government of India National Infrastructure Commission, a UK government body advising on large-scale infrastructure projects National Institute of Corrections, a division of the United States Department of Justice National Insurance Contributions, UK contributions towards state benefits National Integration Council of India, to combat the problems of Communalism and Regionalism National Intelligence Council, center for midterm and long-term strategic thinking within the United States intelligence community National Irrigation Commission, Jamaica agricultural irrigation government commission Newly industrialized country, a socio-economic classification status used by political scientists Nicaragua, the ISO 3166-1 three-letter country code NIC Argentina, Network Information Center, an office of Argentina's Ministry of Foreign Affairs Niger–Congo languages, the ISO 639-2 three-letter language code NIC Inc. an information service provider for federal and state government in the United States Negative impedance converter, configuration of an operational amplifier which acts as a negative load Network information center InterNIC, part of the Internet's Domain Name System Network interface controller, electronic hardware that enables a computer to communicate over a computer network New Internet Computer, former inexpensive Linux-based network computer A brand name for the drug lorazepam Nomarski interference contrast, a technique in microscopy National identity card, an identity document in Sri Lanka Nagoya International Center, a non-profit organization based in Nakamura-ku, Japan National Ice Centre, an ice and music arena in Nottingham, England New In Chess, a chess magazine issued eight times a year NIC Zuidlaren, an international horse riding competition in Zuidlaren, Netherlands The IATA airport code for Nicosia International Airport, an abandoned airport near Nicosia in Cyprus North Idaho College, a community college located in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho North Island College, a community college complex on the northern half of Vancouver Island, Canada North-American Interfraternity Conference, an association of collegiate men's fraternities formally organized in 1910 Nursing Interventions Classification, a classification system for nursing Nic, a given name Nick Nix