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Fausto B. Pichardo

Fausto B. Pichardo is a Dominican American police officer and administrator, and is the Chief of Patrol Bureau in the NYPD. In this capacity he oversees some 22.000 uniformed police officers in New York City and is the first Dominican American to ...

Jason Shay

Jason Shay is an American mens college basketball head coach for the East Tennessee State Buccaneers. Prior to coming to Johnson City, Shay held assistant coaching stints at University of North Dakota, Northwest Florida State College, University ...

Cerro Pajas

Cerro Pajas is an inactive volcano located in the south of Floreana Island in the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador. It is the highest peak on Floreana, with a maximum elevation of 640 meters above sea level.

Calle de Serrano

The calle de Serrano, or simply Serrano, is a street in Madrid, Spain. It is noted as location for luxury flagship stores. The urbanisation took off in 1863, with the construction of the first housing in the street. Initially known as Bulevar Nar ...

2020 Supercopa Ecuador

The 2020 Supercopa Ecuador was the first edition of the Supercopa Ecuador, Ecuadors football super cup. It was held on 1 February 2020 between 2019 Ecuadorian Serie A champions Delfin and 2019 Copa Ecuador champions LDU Quito, being the third fin ...

Supercopa Ecuador

The Supercopa Ecuador is an annual one-match football official competition in Ecuador organised by the Ecuadorian Football Federation to be played by the champions of the Ecuadorian Serie A and the Copa Ecuador of the previous season, starting fr ...

Massimiliano Caroletti

Massimiliano Caroletti is an Italian producer, manager, entrepreneur, talent scout, actor and television personality. He is also a marketing consultant and developer of social media.

Matias Coloca

Matias Nahuel Coloca Lavandeira is an Argentine footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Salvadoran club C.D. Luis Angel Firpo.

Listed buildings in Ryburn

Ryburn is a ward to the southwest of Halifax in the metropolitan borough of Calderdale, West Yorkshire, England. It contains 84 listed buildings that are recorded in the National Heritage List for England. Of these, two are listed at Grade I, the ...

Fusion Magazine

Fusion Magazine may refer to: Fusion, the quarterly staff magazine of Associated-Rediffusion and later Rediffusion, London from 1958 until 1967 Fusion Magazine, a magazine for Central and Eastern Europeans in the United Kingdom Fusion, an online ...

James Wall

James Wall may refer to: James Wall actor 1917–2010, American actor and stage manager James Walter Wall 1820–1872, United States Senator from New Jersey James Wall diplomat, former Canadian ambassador to Angola and Eritrea and current ambassador ...

Tuhala Witchs Well

Tuhala Witchs Well is a karst spring in Kose Parish, Harju County, Estonia that overflows after heavy rains. The effect of well is considered as one of the most unique natural phenomena in Europe. In Estonian folklore, it is said to be caused by ...

Rotalia (corporation)

Rotalia is an Estonian student corporation. The corporation is established on 10 November 1913 in Saint Petersburg. Since 1918 the corporation main activity took place in Tartu and Tallinn, Estonia. When Estonian SSR was established then the corp ...

May Genet (exclosure)

May Genet is an exclosure located in the Dogua Tembien woreda of the Tigray Region in Ethiopia. The area has been protected since 2010 by the local community.

Miam Atali (exclosure)

Miam Atali is an exclosure located in the Dogua Tembien woreda of the Tigray Region in Ethiopia. The area has been protected since 2010 by the local community.

May Hibo

Area: 50 ha 2017: support by the EthioTrees project Average slope gradient: 35% Aspect: the exclosure is oriented towards the southwest and the north both sides of a gorge Minimum altitude: 1896 metres Maximum altitude: 2146 metres Lithology: Ant ...

Afedena (exclosure)

Afedena is an exclosure located in the Dogua Tembien woreda of the Tigray Region in Ethiopia. The area has been protected since 2008 by the local community.

Kidmi Gestet

Lithology: Antalo Limestone Minimum altitude: 2015 metres Area: 46 ha Maximum altitude: 2131 metres Average slope gradient: 48% 2017: support by the EthioTrees project

Gemgema

Gemgema is an exclosure located in the Dogua Tembien woreda of the Tigray Region in Ethiopia. The area has been protected since 1992 by the local community.

Addi Lihtsi (exclosure)

Minimum altitude: 1491 metres 2017: support by the EthioTrees project Lithology: Antalo Limestone and Adigrat Sandstone Area: 412 ha Aspect: the exclosure is oriented towards the south Average slope gradient: 30% Maximum altitude: 1874 metres

Sesemat (exclosure)

Sesemat is an exclosure located in the Dogua Tembien woreda of the Tigray Region in Ethiopia. The area has been protected since 1993 by the local community.

Addilal (exclosure)

Addilal is an exclosure located in the Dogua Tembien woreda of the Tigray Region in Ethiopia. The area has been protected since 1992 by the local community.

Khunale exclosure

Khunale is an exclosure located in the Dogua Tembien woreda of the Tigray Region in Ethiopia. The area has been protected since 1990 by the local community.

Chelaqo (exclosure)

Maximum altitude: 2336 metres Average slope gradient: 46% Area: 50 ha Aspect: the exclosure is oriented towards the southwest 2018: support by the EthioTrees project Lithology: Antalo Limestone Minimum altitude: 2169 metres

Adawro exclosure

Adawro is an exclosure located in the Dogua Tembien woreda of the Tigray Region in Ethiopia. The area has been protected since 1994 by the local community.

Addi Meles

Maximum altitude: 2259 metres Area: 65 ha 2018: support by the EthioTrees project Aspect: the exclosure is oriented, on both sides of a ridge towards the east and the west Lithology: Antalo Limestone Minimum altitude: 2163 metres Average slope gr ...

Daily Post

Daily Post London newspaper, founded in 1719 Liverpool Daily Post 1855–2013 North Wales Daily Post, split off from the Liverpool Daily Post in 2003 Birmingham Daily Post, 1857- now the Birmingham Post

Education Alliance Finland

Education Alliance Finland is a business name of Kokoa Agency, a privately owned company that specializes in quality verification of educational solutions and services. Under the name Education Alliance Finland, the company has established a peda ...

Chemical Workers Union (Finland)

The Chemical Workers Union was a trade union representing workers in the chemical industry in Finland. The union was founded in 1970, with the merger of the Finnish General Workers Union and many workers from the General and Speciality Workers Un ...

Veronique Louwagie

Veronique Louwagie is a French politician of The Republicans who has been representing Ornes 2nd constituency in the National Assembly since the 2012 election.

Etablissement dhebergement pour personnes agees dependantes

An Etablissement dhebergement pour personnes agees dependantes is the most widespread type of French Residential care for senior citizens.

Tina Kahniashvili

Tina Kahniashvili is a Georgian physicist researching theoretical cosmology, cosmic rays, high-energy astronomy, and fluid dynamics. She is a professor of physics and astronomy at Ilia State University and an associate research professor at Carne ...

Nasiru Sulemana Gbadegbe

Gbadegbe hails from the Volta Region of Ghana. He was born on 8 December 1950. He obtained his bachelor of laws LLB degree in 1973 from the University of Ghana and subsequently received his qualifying Certificate in Law from the Ghana School of L ...

Ntelabi

Augustine Ntelabi Bukari known popularly as Ntelabi, is a Ghanaian born rapper, songwriter and performer. His music categorizes as Hip hop/Rap. He rebranded from Drilix to Ntelabi in 2017.

Marricke Kofi Gane

Marricke Kofi Gane also known as Kofi Ghana is a Ghanaian management consultant, Chartered Accountant, book author and an aspiring independent presidential candidate of Ghana.

Claire Cronin (singer-songwriter)

Claire Cronin is a singer-songwriter and poet. She has released three albums: Over and Through, Came Down a Storm and Big Dread Moon.

Arctoparmelia separata

Arctoparmelia separata, commonly known as the rippled ring lichen, is a species of foliose lichen in the family Parmeliaceae with a roughly circumpolar distribution.

Northwest Passage (disambiguation)

The Northwest Passage is a historical sea route between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, through the Arctic waters of Canada, Alaska, and Greenland. Northwest Passage may also refer to:

Maria Zeneida Angara Collinson

Maria Zeneida Angara Collinson is a Filipina diplomat who is currently the Philippines ambassador to Austria. She was elected the President of the 61st International Atomic Energy Agency General Conference and their Ambassador and Resident Repres ...

Pritzler (1794 ship)

Pritzler was built in the United States and came to Great Britain in 1794, or slightly earlier. Between 1796 and 1798 she made a voyage as a whaling ship for Daniel Bennett & Son. She was lost in January 1798 as she was returning from this voyage ...

Tyquan Terrell

Tyquan Terrell, is a professional football player from St. Kitts and Nevis who plays for the St. Kitts and Nevis national team. He debuted internationally in 18 February 2017, with the St. Kitts and Nevis U20 against Haiti U20 in a 1-5 loss durin ...

Barbara (1771 ship)

Barbara was launched in Philadelphia in 1771 and came to England circa 1787. She initially sailed as a West Indiaman, but then between 1788 and 1800 made five complete voyages as a whaler. The Spanish captured her late in 1800 in the Pacific duri ...

Guam Daily Post

The Guam Daily Post is a newspaper based in Tamuning, in the United States territory of Guam. It is owned by the Ho S. Eun Trust and is published seven days a week. The paper started in 2004 as the Guam edition of the Marianas Variety, which is b ...

Jorge Estuardo Vargas

Jorge Estuardo Vargas Garcia, is a Guatemalan professional football player who currently plays for Guatemalan club Guastatoya, and the Guatemalan national team. In 2013, he was called up to participate in the 2013 Copa Centroamericana in Costa Ri ...

Francesca Maria Steele

Francesca Maria Steele was an English novelist, historian, and biographer, who began writing to support her family. She began her writing career with juvenile fiction she later moved into adult fiction, using the pseudonym Darley Dale for her fic ...

Black honey

Black honey may refer to: Black Honey band, an indie rock band from Brighton, UK Black Honey album, 2018 Kuromitsu, a Japanese sugar syrup that literally translates to "black honey" Assal Eswed, a 2010 Egyptian comedy film that literally translat ...

John Wray

John Wray may refer to: John Wray missionary, first pastor of Mission Chapel, New Amsterdam in Guyana Sir John Wray, 2nd Baronet 1586–1655, English politician Sir John Wray, 3rd Baronet 1619–1664, English politician John Griffith Wray 1881–1929, ...

Brass Construction II

Brass Construction II is the second album by American funk-disco band Brass Construction, released in October 1976 by United Artists Records. Recorded with producer Jeff Lane, it followed the success of the groups self-titled 1975 album. Band lea ...

El Negro

El Negro is the nickname of: Fernando "El Negro" Chamorro 1933-1994, Nicaraguan rebel Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu born 1963, Mexican director Horacio Hernandez born 1963, Cuban drummer Martin Ramirez born 1960, a Colombian cyclist Roberto Fontana ...

Luis Mercado

Luis Mercado can refer to: Luis Borrero Mercado, Colombian politician in list of mayors of Bogota in 1929 Luis de Mercado, Spanish king Felipe IIs chamber doctor, see Portrait of a Doctor Luis Mercado, one of the first residents of Puerto Peñasco ...