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Elizabeth K. Cahoon

Elizabeth "Lisa" Khaykin Cahoon is a Georgian-born American epidemiologist researching cancer and precancer risks conferred by environmental sources of radiation exposure. She is a Stadtman investigator at the National Cancer Institute.

George Washington Nesmith

George Washington Nesmith was a Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court from 1859 to 1870, and was later involved in the administration of the New Hampshire Agricultural College. He was described as being "an intimate friend of Daniel Webster" ...

Louis DeJoy

Louis DeJoy is an American businessman and Republican Party fundraiser who was appointed in May 2020 by unanimous selection of the Board of Governors of the United States Postal Service to serve as the 75th United States Postmaster General and Ch ...

Association of Independent Information Professionals

The Association of Independent Information Professionals is an international professional association for information professionals specializing in primary and secondary research, marketing and communications, information management and technolog ...

Stephen Kiama

Stephen Gitahi Kiama is a Kenyan veterinary surgeon and academic who, effective 3 January 2020, serves as the 8th vice chancellor of the University of Nairobi, the oldest public university of Kenya.

Malcolm Brown (cricketer)

Malcolm Edward Osborne Brown is a South African former first-class cricketer. Born at Durban in August 1961, Brown studied at Worcester College at the University of Oxford. While studying at Oxford, Brown made three appearances in first-class cri ...

Sarah Thomas

Sarah Thomas may refer to: Sarah Thomas born 1969, married name of British swimmer Sarah Hardcastle Sarah Thomas librarian, American librarian, Bodleys Librarian, University of Oxford Sarah Thomas writer born 1934, Indian writer Sarah Thomas fiel ...

Frank-Joachim Grossmann

Grossmann studied graphic design at Stadtische Fachhochschule Mannheim under Wolf Magin and Hubert Gems together with Armin Liebscher from 1978 to 1983. In 1980 he completed an internship offered by Bernd Benedix and Paul In den Eicken. From 1995 ...

Mark H. Thiemens

Mark Howard Thiemens is the Chancellors Associates Chair in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of California San Diego. He is best known for the discovery of a new physical chemical phenomena termed the mass independen ...

Journal of the Peripheral Nervous System

The Journal of the Peripheral Nervous System is a quarterly peer-reviewed scientific journal covering the study of the peripheral nervous system from the perspectives of both neuroscience and clinical neurology. It was established in 1996 and is ...

Television ratings

Television ratings may refer to: Nielsen ratings, an effort to determine the audience size and composition of television programming in the United States Broadcasters Audience Research Board, organisation that compiles audience measurement and te ...

Air filtration in operating rooms

Air filtration guidelines for operating rooms are determined by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers using a standard known as Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value. MERV is determined based on the size of pa ...

Brittany Holljes

Holljes was born in Nashville and grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area with her two brothers, Ian Holljes and Eric Holljes. Their parents instilled in them a love of music, reading, and education. At age 15, Brittany dropped out of high school a ...

Andrew Jones

Andrew Jones British politician born 1963, British politician Andrew Jones Australian politician 1944–2015, Australian politician Andrew Jones fl.1386, MP for Cricklade

Kannan Gopinathan

Kannan Gopinathan is a former Indian Administrative Service Officer and an activist from Kerala. He resigned from service as a mark of protest against the restrictions imposed in Jammu and Kashmir following the abrogation of article 370

Laxminarayan Mishra

Laxminarayan Mishra was a freedom fighter, good literaturist of Odisha, India. He was one of the most active nationalist of Western Odisha.

Irish protests

Vita Cortex sit-in, 2011-2012 action taken by workers in Cork 2010 student protest in Dublin, the largest student protest for a generation Dirty protest March for a Better Way, held following admission of EU/ECB/IMF troika 2008 protests after gov ...

TIMS

TIMS is a four-letter combination that may refer to: Theoretical Intermarket Margin System a risk-based margin methodology used by the Options Clearing Corporation Thermal infrared multispectral scanner - see Thermal infrared spectroscopy and 198 ...

RIMS

Regional Institute of Medical Sciences, a medical college and hospital in Manipur, India Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences, in Ranchi, Jharkhand, India Rourkela Institute of Management Studies, a business school in Rourkela, Orissa, India Re ...

KTL

KTL could refer to: KTL album, self-titled album by KTL KTL band, a US duo musical project based in France, originally for the theatrical production" Kindertotenlieder”

NEAT

Near-Earth Asteroid Tracking, a program run by NASA and the JPL to discover near-Earth objects National Electronic Autocoding Technique, a language for NCR 315 computers Non-exercise associated thermogenesis, a way of heat production in organisms ...

Oxford Test of English

The Oxford Test of English is an on demand computer-adaptive test of English proficiency for non-native speakers of English, reporting at A2, B1, and B2 levels of the Common European Framework of Reference. The test was developed by Oxford Univer ...

IDD

Interface Design Description, in the military software standard MIL-STD-498 Insulin-dependent diabetes, called diabetes mellitus type 1 International direct dialing, in telephony Interictal dysphoric disorder Intellectual Development Disorder Bac ...

Phrenology and the Latter Day Saint Movement

Phrenology has been a cultural factor in and on the Latter Day Saint Movement since around the time of its founding by Joseph Smith in 1830. Phrenology is a pseudoscience which involves the measurement of bumps on the skull to predict mental trai ...

Elisabeth Tichy-Fisslberger

Elisabeth Tichy-Fisslberger, or Elisabeth Fisslberger, is an Austrian lawyer, translator and diplomat who has been chair of the United Nations Human Rights Council since January 2020.

Candi CdeBaca

Candi CdeBaca is the Councilor for the 9th district of the Denver City Council. She is a member of the Democratic Party and the Democratic Socialists of America.

Trianon de Porcelaine

The Trianon de Porcelaine was a short-lived structure constructed near the Palace of Versailles, and is considered to be the first Chinoiserie building in Europe. It was built in 1670 on the former site of the village of Trianon which Louis XIV o ...

Florida Dispatch

The Florida Dispatch was established and published by William Harris Ashmead. D. H. Elliot was editor of The Florida Dispatch. The newspaper was published in Live Oak, Florida from 1876 to February 11, 1880. The newspaper was published in Jackson ...

Enigheden

Mælkeriet Enigheden, usually referred to simply as Enigheden, was a cooperative dairy products company based in Copenhagen, Denmark. The existed from 1897 to 1996 and was from 1906 based at Lygten 39–41 in Nordvest. The Baroque Revival style main ...

Bidyanondo Foundation

Bidyanondo Foundation is a non-profit organization registered under the Bangladesh Department of Social Services. It helps the poor community of Bangladesh and performs various social activities. This organization was founded by Kishor Kumar Das ...

Maplewood-Richmond Heights School District

Maplewood-Richmond Heights School District or MRHSD, is a school district in Maplewood, Missouri. MRHSD serves primarily students that live in Maplewood, Richmond Heights and certain sections of Webster Groves.

Government Yoga and Naturopathy Medical College and Hospital (GYNMCH)

The Government Yoga and Naturopathy Medical College and Hospital is an educational institution attached to a hospital located in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.

Government Engineering College, Siwan

Government Engineering College, Siwan is a technical institute in Siwan, India. It is popularly known as Siwan Engineering College. It is approved by AICTE and is affiliated with Aryabhatta Knowledge University. The college is managed by Departme ...

Sanskar Educational Group

Sanskar Educational Group, established under the aegis of Shree Ganpati Education Society in 2005. It provides the education in the field of Engineering, Pharmacy, Architecture, Computer and Management. In 2005 the group started Sanskar College o ...

University District (Spokane, Washington)

The University District, also referred as the U-District or Spokane University District, is a 770-acre area, tax increment financing, and innovation district in Spokane, Washington. It is located just east of its Downtown Spokane and is home to a ...

Far Eastern University Institute of Education

At first, the Institutes concentration was in Home Economics, to emphasize the education of women as a driving force in the home. Hence, an integrated program and special courses in Clothing and Textiles, Cookery and Interior Decoration were amon ...

Anatolia (disambiguation)

Anatolia, also known as Asia Minor, is the peninsular region between the Black Sea in the north and Mediterranean Sea in the south. Anatolia may also refer to: Anatolia Eyalet, a former Ottoman province Saint Anatolia, a Christian woman denounced ...

Saint Marys University

St Marys University, Twickenham, London, oldest Catholic university in the United Kingdom St Marys University College, Belfast, a college of Queens University Belfast, in Northern Ireland

Saint-Michel

Saint-Michel is the name or part of the name of many places. Michel is French for Michael, and in most cases, these placenames refer to Michael.

Harold Arthur Faulkner Wilkinson

Lieutenant Colonel Harold Arthur Faulkner Wilkinson CBE, MC, VD, was an Australian Army officer and public servant who served as Private Secretary and Aide-de-Camp to successive Governors and Lieutenant Governors of Western Australia and Victoria.

GBL

Golden Baseball League, a defunct North American league Greater Boston League, a defunct high school athletic conference in Massachusetts, United States Greek Basket League, in Greece Greater Brisbane League, a baseball league in Queensland, Aust ...

GFS

Germantown Friends School, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US Griffith Film School, in Brisbane, Australia Garrison Forest School, in Owing Mills, Maryland, US

List of bus routes in Athens

These lines serve Agios Dimitrios, Alimos, Anavyssos, Argyroupoli, Elliniko, Glyfada, Nea Smyrni, Palea Fokea, Paleo Faliro, Saronida, Vari, Voula and Vouliagmeni

Garrard College

Garrard College was located in Lancaster, Kentucky. It accepted female boarders and also taught males. It had a music program. It was eventually purchased by the commissioners for a grade school in 1895. Female students attended Garrard Female Co ...

GTU

Gujarat Technological University, in Gujarat,India Graduate Theological Union, a consortium of independent California theological education institutions Georgian Technical University, in Georgia Gebze Technical University, in Turkey

Shri Ramkrishna Institute of Medical Sciences and Sanaka Hospital

Shri Ramkrishna Institute of Medical Sciences and Sanaka Hospital is a private medical college located in Durgapur, West Bengal. It was established in 2015.

St. Cecilia School

St Cecilias Catholic Primary School, a school established in 1916 in Wyong, New South Wales, Australia in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Broken Bay St. Cecilia Catholic School, an elementary school in the High Park North neighborhood of Toronto, O ...

Tokay

Muscadelle, called Tokay in Australia Tokay dAlsace, obsolete name for Pinot gris grapes in Alsace Tocai Friulano, a defunct synonym for Sauvignon vert in the Friuli-Venezia Giulia wine region in Italy Tokay grape, an alternative name for the Hun ...

MMI

Multi Media Interface, an in-car interface system developed by Audi Methimazole, a drug used to treat hyperthyroidism Monolithic Memories, Inc. 1969–1987, an American semiconductor manufacturer Motorola Mobility NYSE: MMI, a publicly traded elect ...

FC

Frontier Corps, a paramilitary force in Pakistan FranklinCovey company, NYSE stock symbol FC Finncomm Airlines IATA code Fergusson College, a science and arts college in Pune, India