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Deir Al Arbaeen

Deir Al Arbaeen, also Mashaad Al Arbaeen, is a ruined building approximately 300 meters to the West of the Old City of Hebron. It is considered the most notable ancient structure on Tel Rumeida. It was described by the PEF Survey of Palestine in ...

Nicolas Porter

Porter was raised in the small town of Heber, Arizona as the fifth of eight children. In 2008, he graduated from dental school at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.

Pamana (TV series)

Pamana is a Filipino educational television series developed by the Sky Foundation and broadcast on Knowledge Channel beginning in 2001. Both this series and Kasaysayan TV were the first original programs to be created by the foundation. Pamana w ...

All About You

All About You TV series, a 1970s American educational series All About You, a Philippine television series hosted by Miriam Quiambao All About You film, a 2001 American romantic comedy

Crooked Circle Club

The Crooked Circle Club was a discussion club for young intelligentsia in Poland. It was founded in 1955, the first meeting taking place in an apartment on Crooked Circle Street in Warsaw. It had connections with the Po prostu magazine. The club ...

Piotr Borys

Piotr Borys is a Polish politician, who has served as a local government official, member of the board and deputy marshal of the Lower Silesian Voivodeship, as Member of the Seventh European Parliament, and as member of the 9th Sejm.

Wug

Wug or WUG may refer to: An imaginary creature depicted in the psycholinguistic investigative tool known as the Wug Test Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft, the original title of Max Webers magnum opus Economy and Society Wake Up, Girls!, a Japanese mix ...

Institute of Oriental Studies

Institute of Oriental Studies, sometimes also rendered as Institute of Orientalism may refer to a number of research and education institutions worldwide in the field of Oriental studies: Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sc ...

SPHS

SPHS may stand for one of the following high schools: In the United States: Sparrows Point High School, a public school in Baltimore county, Maryland Special Projects High School, now known as University High School Tucson, an accelerated public ...

St. Ignatius

Ignatius of Laconi 1701–1781, Capuchin friar, canonized in 1951, considered a saint by the Roman Catholic Church Ignatius Brianchaninov, considered a saint by the Eastern Orthodox church. Ignatius of Antioch c. 35 or 50 – between 98 and 117, thir ...

William N. Robertson

William N. Robertson C.B.E., CMG was a Scottish-Australian surgeon who served as Vice Chancellor of the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The suburb of Robertson in Brisbane is named after him.

William Stephenson (disambiguation)

William Stephenson was a Canadian-born British spy, potential inspiration for the character James Bond. William Stephenson may also refer to: William Stephenson junior 1797–1838, his son, Geordie songwriter and printer William Stephenson senior 1 ...

Maire MacDonagh

Maire MacDonagh was an Irish trade union official, who served as general secretary of the Association of Secondary Teachers, Ireland for 25 years.

Wright State University 2019 faculty strike

The Wright State University 2019 faculty strike was a strike organized by the Wright State chapter of the American Association of University Professors in response to employment conditions imposed by the university. The strike began on January 22 ...

National Defence University

National Defence University may refer to: University Supreme National Defence University, Tehran, Iran National Defense University of Malaysia Finnish National Defence University National Defence University, Islamabad, Pakistan formerly known as ...

Christ the King School

Christ the King School may refer to: Christ the King High School Antigua, St. Johns, Antigua and Barbuda Christ The King Elementary School, Brantford, Ontario, Canada Christ the King Sixth Form College, London, England Christ the King Catholic Hi ...

Dominykas Milka

Dominykas Milka is an Lithuanian-American professional basketball player for Keflavik of the Icelandic urvalsdeild karla. He played college basketball at College of Saint Rose.

Boden

Boden may refer to: Places: Boden, Germany, a municipality in the district Westerwaldkreis, in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany Boden, Illinois, an unincorporated community Boden, Sweden, a city and the seat of Boden Municipality Boden, Ohio, an uni ...

Emma Nilsson (golfer)

Emma Nilsson is a Swedish professional golfer. Nilsson represented her country as an amateur, winning the European Girls Team Championship in 2012. She also represented Sweden at the 2018 European Golf Team Championships, teaming up with Lina Boq ...

HHS

Hyperosmolar hyperglycemic state Hoyeraal-Hreidarsson syndrome Hamilton Health Sciences, in Ontario, Canada United States Department of Health and Human Services

Sultaniya (disambiguation)

Sultaniya also spelled Soltaniyeh and Sultaniye, is a Perso-Arabic word meaning "belonging to Sultan". It may refer to:

HES

Hes or HES may refer to: Homosexualites et Socialisme, a faction within the Parti Socialiste in France Hessle railway station, in England Home Energy Saver, an online home energy analysis tool Hydroxyethyl starch Harvard Extension School HES Scho ...

Saint Marys College

St Marys College University of Melbourne, a residential college St. Marys College, Ipswich, an all-girls Catholic school in Queensland St. Marys College, Toowoomba, an all-boys Christian Brothers school in Toowoomba, Queensland St Marys College, ...

Holy Cross College

Holy Cross College Indiana, Notre Dame, Indiana Our Lady of Holy Cross College, New Orleans, Louisiana College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts

OGS

Oklahoma Geological Survey Ontario Genealogical Society Ontario Geological Survey Optical Ground Station, European Space Agencys ground based observatory on Tenerife, Spain

Occupy Faith

Occupy Faith is an ally of the Occupy movement that supports the movement due to its members religious and spiritual values. Groups are established by activists and religious leaders. In the United States, in 2011, a national gathering was held i ...

William Cope

William Cope may refer to: William T. Cope 1836–1902, Republican politician in the state of Ohio and Ohio State Treasurer William Cope footballer 1884–1937, English footballer with Oldham and West Ham Sir William Cope, 2nd Baronet died 1637, MP f ...

Follett

Follett Stone Arch Bridge Historic District, in Vermont Follett, Texas Electoral district of Normanby, Dundas and Follett, one of the 16 original electoral districts of Victoria Follett High School, in Follett, Texas Folletts, Iowa Follett Indepe ...

Jesup Community School District

Jesup Community School District is a school district headquartered in Jesup, Iowa. It operates a single K-12 campus in the northern part of the city with separate divisions for elementary, middle, and high school. As of 2020 it has about 1.000 st ...

Midland Community School District

Midland Community School District is a school district in Iowa. It operates an elementary school in Oxford Junction and a middle-high school and a learning center in Wyoming. The district is located in sections of Jones, Jackson, and Cedar counti ...

Archbishop Tenisons Church of England schools

Archbishop Tenisons School is the name of two extant, historic British schools located in South London, England, named after their founder, Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Tenison: Archbishop Tenisons School in Lambeth, founded in 1685. Archbish ...

Alberic Boivin

Boivin began his studies at Universite Laval in 1940; in 1944, he became one of the universitys first four graduates in physics, and began teaching that year. He subsequently earned his masters degree there in 1949, and became a full professor in ...

The International Association for Assyriology

The International Association for Assyriology is a non-profit, non-political organization founded in July 2003, and seated in Leiden that "the fields of Cuneiform Studies, ancient Near Eastern History and Archaeology on an international basis and ...

John Mackenzie

John Mackenzie may refer to: John Mackenzie banker 1787–1854, Provost of Inverness John Mackenzie missionary 1835–1899, Scot who championed the rights of Africans in Southern Africa and proposed British intervention to curtail Boer influence John ...

Palo Verde

Palo Verde, Dominican Republic, a municipal district in Monte Cristi Province Palo Verde, Venezuela, an urbanization in Caracas Palo Verde station, a rapid transit station Canton Palo Verde, Sonsonate, El Salvador Palo Verde Biological Station in ...

VVM

VVM may refer to: Veritas Volume Manager, a proprietary logical volume manager from Veritas Vaccine vial monitor, a label placed on vial vaccines which gives a visual indication of whether the vaccine has been kept at a temperature which preserve ...

Fruit and Vegetable Preservation Research Station

The Fruit and Vegetable Preservation Research Station was a former British government research institute, now a private research company, that has made important industry-wide advances in food preservation, notably canning.

Macleay Vocational College

Macleay Vocational College, the concept developed in 1999. After a year long survey of student absenteeism from the three local high schools it was decided that 300 children a day not attending high school was worth investigating and actioning. I ...

Smith High School

E. E. Smith High School, Fayetteville, North Carolina, U.S. Alfred E. Smith Career and Technical Education High School, Bronx, New York, U.S. Wanda R. Smith High School, Keene, Texas, U.S. A. Maceo Smith New Tech High School, Dallas, Texas, U.S O ...

Fruitlands

Fruitlands may refer to several places: Fruitlands Museum, American museum on site of transcendental center; in 1997 Fruitlands Museums Historic District was added to National Register of Historic Places Fruitlands transcendental center, American ...

Imperial University

Imperial University may refer to: National Taiwan University, founded under Japanese rule as "Taihoku Taipei Imperial University" Imperial University Universite Imperiale or University of France, the French university re-organisation initiated by ...

1950–1960 Australian region cyclone seasons

March 24 – April 2, 1951 – A tropical cyclone impacted the Solomon Islands. January 10 – 24, 1951 – During January 10, a tropical cyclone moved into the Gulf of Carpentria near Karumba. The system subsequently moved around the Gulf of Carpertaria ...

Life After The Oasis

Life After The Oasis was broadcast by SBS in 2019. The education and outreach work around the film builds on the first film. Over the last ten years youth homelessness has not halved, was pledged with bi-partisan support in 2008, but has increase ...

Nwe Ni Oo

Nwe Ni Oo is a Burmese boxer. She won the gold medal in the boxing finals of the 27th Southeast Asian Games, held in Myanmar in December 2013. It was the first time in 50 years that Myanmar won a gold medal in boxing. She won Bronze Medal in a co ...

Red frog

Red tree frog Leptopelis rufus, a frog in the family Hyperoliidae found in many African countries Red stream frog Limnonectes doriae, a frog in the family Dicroglossidae found in Southeast Asia Red rain frog Scaphiophryne gottlebei, a Madagascan ...

OConnor

OConnor or OConor is an Irish clan, kings of Connacht. The name was originally O Conchobhair, meaning "grandson/descendant of Conchobhar". OConnor Sligo, a royal dynasty ruling the northern part of the Kingdom of Connacht OConnor surname, includi ...

COVID-19 pandemic in the Northwest Territories

On March 21, the Northwest Territories reported its first case of COVID-19; the individual had travelled to British Columbia and Alberta before returning home to Yellowknife. The territory had declared a state of emergency on March 18. As of May ...

Karl Olfers

Karl Olfers was a German politician and member of the Social Democratic Party of Germany. From 1946 to 1952 and from 1956 to 1966 he was Mayor of Cuxhaven and from 1946 to 1955 and from 1959 to 1963 President of the Lower Saxony State Parliament.

Rosa

223 Rosa, an asteroid Rosà a town in the province of Vicenza, Veneto, Italy Monte Rosa, the second highest mountain in the Alps and western Europe Rosa, Germany, in Thuringia, Germany Rosa, Alabama, United States Rosa, a village and former munici ...

Christoph Sramek

Born in Chemnitz, Sramek passed his Abitur in 1969 in Burgstadt. He also obtained a skilled worker degree as bricklayer. From 1969 to 1973 he studied music education and German studies at the Leipzig University. His teachers included Richard Petz ...