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Batten

A batten is most commonly a strip of solid material, historically wood but can also of plastic, metal, or fiberglass.

Batten disease

Batten disease is an extremely rare and fatal autosomal recessive neurodegenerative disorder that begins in childhood.

Battenburg markings

Battenburg markings or Battenberg markings are a pattern of high-visibility markings used primarily on the sides of emergency service vehicles in several European countries, New Zealand, Hong Kong, and Trinidad and Tobago.

Battenberg (Eder)

Battenberg (Eder) is a small town in the Waldeck-Frankenberg state of Hesse, Germany. The town is noted for giving its name to the Battenberg family, a morganatic branch of the ruling House of Hesse-Darmstadt, and through it, the name Mountbatten used by members of the British royal family, a literal translation of Battenberg.

Battenberg cake

Battenberg or Battenburg is a light sponge cake with the pieces covered in jam. The cake is covered in marzipan and, when cut in cross section, displays a distinctive two-by-two check pattern alternately coloured pink and yellow (which also gave its name to Battenburg markings).

Batten Kill

The Batten Kill, Battenkill, or Battenkill River is a 59.4-mile-long (95.6 km) river rising in Vermont that flows into New York and is a tributary of the Hudson River.

Battenberg family

The Battenberg family was formally a morganatic branch of the House of Hesse-Darmstadt, rulers of the Grand Duchy of Hesse in Germany.

Batten Showjo Tai

Batten Showjo Tai (ばってん少女隊, Batten Shōjo-tai, stylized in English as BATTEN SHOWJO TAI) is a Japanese girl idol group, formed by Stardust Promotion in June 2015.

Battenberg Cup

The Battenberg Cup is an award given annually as a symbol of operational excellence to the best ship or submarine in the United States Navy Atlantic Fleet.

Batten (theater)

In theaters, a batten (also known as a bar or pipe) is a long metal pipe suspended above the stage or audience from which lighting fixtures, theatrical scenery, and theater drapes and stage curtains may be hung.