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Hu Wenming

Hu Wenming is a retired Chinese business executive who served as chairman of China State Shipbuilding Corporation between 2012 and 2019. In May 2020, he has been placed under investigation as Chinese Communist Party general secretary Xi Jinpings ...

N.V.H v Minister for Justice & Equality

N.V.H v Minister for Justice & Equality, IESC 35, was a Irish Supreme Court case in which the Court upheld a challenge to the absolute prohibition on employment of asylum seekers contained in Section 9 of the Refugee Act 1996 and held it to be co ...

Refugee (disambiguation)

A refugee is a person who has left their home country under threat of their life, and cannot or will not return there. Refugee or Refugees may also refer to:

Arno Stern

Stern was born on June 23, 1924 in Kassel, Germany. He attended a school there for three years before emigrating to France with his parents after Hitler came to power. After the outbreak of World War II, the family continued to flee to Switzerlan ...

Rahmanan

Rahmānān was a South Arabian epithet used by Christians, Jews, and Pagans in South Arabia. Rahmānān is usually followed with "Dhu-Samawi". During the Himyarite king, Sumūyafaʿ ʾAshwaʿ reign Jesus was referred to as Rahmānāns son while during Abra ...

William Duff

William Duff may refer to: Willie Duff 1935–2004, Scottish footballer William Duff cricketer 1890–1953, South African soldier and cricketer William Duff Canadian politician 1872–1953, merchant and politician in Nova Scotia, Canada William E. Duff ...

Wehr

Wehr may refer to: WEHR, a radio station in Penn States East Residence Halls Wehr, Rhineland-Palatinate Wehr, a village in Selfkant, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany Wehr, Baden-Wurttemberg

John Wallis (disambiguation)

John Wallis was an English mathematician. John Wallis may also refer to: John Wallis publisher died 1818, publisher of board games John Wallis Arabic scholar c. 1674–1738, Laudian Professor of Arabic at the University of Oxford John Braithwaite W ...

IOM

IOM may refer to: Infraorbital margin, the lower margin of the eye socket IOM soybeans, an industrial designation for soybeans from the U.S. states of Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan Isle of Man Airport, its IATA airport code Institute of Oriental Ma ...

FSP

Florida State Prison, in the United States Florence State Prison, in Arizona, United States Freeway service patrol, in the United States Folsom State Prison, in California, United States Food Stamp Program, a program of the United States Departme ...

Water polo at the 2020 Summer Olympics – Womens tournament

The mens tournament of water polo at the 2020 Summer Olympics at Tokyo, Japan, were scheduled to begin on 26 July and end on 9 August 2020. Games will be held at the Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Center. It will be the 6th appearance of th ...

WPS

Web Processing Service, a web service interface specification from the Open Geo spatial Consortium Wi-Fi Protected Setup, a standard that attempts to automate secure wireless network set up and connection .wps, a file extension including a list o ...

School of Army Aviation (Turkey)

The Turkish School of Army Aviation based at Isparta, is one of the schools of the Turkish Army and is responsible for the training and development of the Turkish Army Aviation Command personnel and equipment. It was founded in 1948 under the nam ...

MKE

MKE could refer to: Milwaukee Intermodal Station; Amtrak station code MKE. MSDW Structured Asset Corporation, New York Stock Exchange symbol MKE. MKE tabloid, a weekly publication in Milwaukee which ended in 2008. MKE Ankaragucu, a Turkish footba ...

EPM

Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, now Polytechnique Montreal, an engineering school in Canada Macau Portuguese School Portuguese: Escola Portuguesa de Macau Escola Portuguesa de Moçambique, a Portuguese school in Maputo, Mozambique

RSU

Ryerson Students Union, student organization at Ryerson University in Canada Roehampton Students Union, student organization at the University of Roehampton in the UK Radical Students Union, a frontal organization of the Communist Party of India ...

Argonne

Argonne may refer to: Argonne National Laboratory, a U.S. D.O.E. National Laboratory near Chicago, Illinois Meuse-Argonne Offensive, also called the Battle of Argonne Forest, a World War I battle USS Argonne AS-10, originally designated AP-4 and ...

Parker House

Parker House may refer to: in Canada Parker Octagon House or the James Parker Octagon House in Niagara Falls, Ontario is the Bradley Octagon House in the United States Southgate–Parker–Maddux House, Newport, Kentucky, listed on the NRHP in Campbe ...

Martin House

Martin House Hootentown, Kentucky, listed on the NRHP in Clark County Martin Homestead, North Stratford, New Hampshire Wiliam Martin House, Dundas, Minnesota, listed on the NRHP in Rice County, Minnesota Richard E. Martin House, Forest Hills, Ten ...

Union Hotel

Union Hotel Meridian, Mississippi, listed on the NRHP in Mississippi Union Hotel Cundys Harbor, Maine, listed on the NRHP in Maine Union Hotel Flemington, New Jersey, listed on the NRHP in New Jersey Union Hotel Shepherdstown, Pennsylvania, liste ...

Carrasco

Bolivia Carrasco Province, Cochabamba, a province of Cochabamba Department, Bolivia Carrasco National Park, a national park in Cochabamba Department, Bolivia Brazil Carrasco Bonito, a Brazilian municipality in the state of Tocantins Dominican Rep ...

Belmont House

Belmont House may refer to: Belmont House, Herefordshire, country house in Herefordshire, England Belmont House, Toronto, care home in Canada Belmont House Montevideo, hotel in Uruguay Belmont Hall, Cheshire, Cheshire, England Perry Belmont House ...

List of botanical gardens in South Korea

Botanical gardens in South Korea have collections consisting entirely of South Korea native and endemic species; most have a collection that include plants from around the world. There are botanical gardens and arboreta in all states and territor ...

Ministry of Communications and Information (Kazakhstan)

The Ministry of Communications and Information was a ministerial body of the Government of Kazakhstan as part of the Cabinet of Ministers. The Ministry was responsible for communications and in the areas of informational, media, archiving and doc ...

IntelliTrack, Inc.

IntelliTrack Inc. is an American software company based in Baltimore, Maryland, that specializes in inventory management and asset tracking. It serves the North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific regions. The company was spun off from PSC Inc. in ...

Pickyourtrail

Pickyourtrail.com, formerly Travel Troops Global Private Ltd, is an Indian travel and technology website and an online vacation packages booking platform and engine. The website uses global distribution systems such as Amadeus IT Group and Viator ...

Food, Hospitality and Services Union

The Food, Hospitality and Services Union is a trade union representing workers in the food and service sector in Belgium. The union was founded in 1905 when the National Bakers Federation merged with the National Confectioners Federation, to form ...

Jean-Marc Leger

Jean-Marc Leger is an economist and founding President of Leger. He founded this firm with his father Marcel Leger in 1986 under the name Leger & Leger. Under his leadership, Leger made ten acquisitions in Canada and the United States. Today, Leg ...

Colony Hotel & Cabaña Club

The Colony Hotel & Cabaña Club, in Delray Beach, Florida, is a Spanish Colonial Revival-style hotel dating from 1926, plus a separate beach-side recreation area with pool and cabañas. The hotel features Florida Mediterranean architecture in a thr ...

Mayflower Park Hotel

The Mayflower Park Hotel in Seattle, Washington is a hotel built in 1927 which claims to be the oldest continuously operating hotel in downtown Seattle. Its facade includes extensive terra cotta detailing. It was opened in 1927 as the Bergonian, ...

Przerobka

Przerobka is one of the administrative districts of the city of Gdansk, Poland with the Westerplatte peninsula in the northwest.

1998 Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group II

The Asia/Oceania Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1998. In the Asia/Oceania Zone there were four different tiers, called groups, in which teams compete against each other to advance to the upper tier. Winne ...

Wyndham

Wyndham Street once known as Pedder Hill in Central, Hong Kong Wyndham, New Zealand, a town in Southland, South Island

Rosewood (disambiguation)

Rosewood TV series, an American television series Rosewood film, a 1997 film directed by John Singleton, about the 1923 Rosewood massacre Rosewood album, a 1978 album by jazz trumpeter Woody Shaw

COVID-19 pandemic in Lesotho

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic was confirmed to have reached Lesotho on 13 May 2020. Prior to this, Lesotho was the last country in Africa to have no reported COVID-19 cases during the global pandemic. The country did not have the ability to test ...

Trek

Trek may refer to: Hiking the Trek experiment, UC Berkeley, on board STS-74. Star Trek, a science fiction franchise Trekking horse, Australian thoroughbred racehorse Horse or pony trekking, a form of trail riding Walking Trek Bicycle Corporation, ...

Chompoonut Phungphon

Chompoonut Phungphon Nick name SomO is a Thai actress and beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss Grand PangNga, and won Miss Grand Rising Star contract an actress at CH7HD represent Thailand at International Beauty Pageant at Malaysia an ...

Tourist tax

A tourist tax is any revenue-generating measure aimed to target primarily tourists. It is a means of combating overtourism and a form of tax exporting. Tourist industry typically campaigns against the taxes. It is separate from value-added tax an ...

Sugar Dock (Saipan)

The Sugar Dock is a structure at the edge of Chalan Kanoa, Saipan, extending out from the western shore of the island into the Philippine Sea in the western North Pacific Ocean. Aquatic plants, including sea grass, grow around the dock. The dock ...

Sweeny&Co Architects Inc.

Sweeny&Co Architects Inc., Sweeny Sterling Finlayson &Co Architects Inc) is a Canadian architecture firm founded in 1988 by the architect Dermot Sweeny. The firm is based in Toronto, Canada, in which many of its work is found. The firm ha ...

Monty Bennett

Monty J. Bennett is an American businessman who founded and is the chairman and CEO of Ashford Inc., a publicly-traded hospitality real estate company, listed on the NYSE as AINC.

Montgomery House

Montgomery House may refer to: in the United Kingdom Montgomery House Seaforth, Liverpool Montgomery House Aldershot in Northern Ireland Montgomery House Belfast, Northern Ireland in the United States John Rogerson Montgomery House, Glencoe, Illi ...

Cyprus West University

Cyprus West University is a non-profit university located in Famagusta, Northern Cyprus was established in 2015. Cyprus West University has 4 faculties, 3 schools, and 18 different undergraduate and associate programs are offered in English and T ...

1993 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group II

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1993. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were three different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. W ...

Bentley Hotel (New York City)

The 21-story hotel, converted from an office building in 1998, has 197 rooms, as of 2010. Many rooms offer views of the East River and Queensboro Bridge. New York magazines Nick Divito described the hotel as "a former high-rise office building th ...

Sauipe

Sauipe is a district in the municipality of Mata de São João, on the northern coast of the state of Bahia, in Brazil. There are few permanent residents there, due to the very high cost of residences and the fact that almost the entire area is fil ...

Balmoral

Lakewood Balmoral Historic District, Chicago, Illinois Balmoral Park, Illinois, horse racing track in Crete, Illinois Balmoral, Tennessee Balmoral, Louisiana Balmoral, Wisconsin Balmoral, Maryland

1997 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group II

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1997. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were four different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. Wi ...

1995 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group II

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1995. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were three different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. W ...

Golden City, Yangon

Golden City is a mixed-use complex located in the Yankin section of Yangon. Its master plan includes nine 33-story residential towers, a hotel, a business center and a shopping mall. As of 2020, the first two phases of the master plan - seven res ...