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LTR

Learning to rank, an algorithm used in the construction of ranking models for information retrieval systems Logic Trunked Radio, a computer-controlled radio system Load task register, a computing instruction Litre or liter, a metric unit of volum ...

UGN

UGN may refer to: UGN, a 2000 model of Unimog multi-purpose auto four wheel drive trucks produced by Mercedes-Benz UGN meaning Upper Great News broadcast on WBKP and WBUP UGN, IATA identifier for Waukegan Regional Airport, in Waukegan Lake County ...

Shmoel Elyashiv

Elyashiv was raised in Kovno. He studied jurisprudence in Moscow and Kiev, graduated in Kharkov in 1921. In 1927, he received his doctorate in political science from the University of Toulouse and in 1928, was practicing as a jurist in Kovno. Ely ...

Omnia

Omnia may refer to: Samsung Omnia II Omnia Township, Cowley County, Kansas Omnia DJ, a Ukrainian trance/progressive house DJ and producer Omnia, a fictional realm in the Sudeki universe Samsung Omnia HD Omnia, a fictional nation in the Discworld ...

Rise Up New York!

Rise Up New York! was a virtual hour-long telethon organized by the Robin Hood Foundation and iHeartMedia in May 11, 2020, aimed to support the residents of New York who have been heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Hosted by actress Tina ...

Eric M. Javits

Eric M. Javits is an American diplomat who served as the Ambassador and Permanent U.S. Representative to the Conference on Disarmament in Geneva from 2001 to 2003 and the United States Permanent Representative to the Organisation for the Prohibit ...

Henry Vaughan (disambiguation)

Henry Vaughan was a Welsh physician and metaphysical poet. Henry Vaughan may also refer to: Henry Earle Vaughan 1912–1978, American telephony engineer Sir Henry Vaughan Welsh politician, born 1613 1613–1676, Member of Parliament for Carmarthenshi ...

William Watkins

William Keith Watkins born 1951, U.S. federal judge William J. Watkins, Sr. 1803-1858, Black abolitionist and educator William H. Watkins politician 1827–1888, an elected delegate to the Oregon Constitutional Convention William Wirt Watkins 1826– ...

David Greene

David Greene may refer to: David Greene American football born 1982, American football quarterback Dai Greene David Greene, born 1986, Welsh hurdler David Greene architect born 1937, English architect, lecturer and writer David Greene journalist ...

Taliesin (disambiguation)

Taliesin was a 6th-century Welsh poet and bard. Taliesin may also refer to: Book of Taliesin, a medieval Welsh manuscript containing poetry attributed to the bard Taliesin studio, the summer home and studio of American architect Frank Lloyd Wrigh ...

Cloudpunk

Cloudpunk is a adventure game developed by Ion Lands published by Maple Whispering Limited for Windows. The game is set in the future and features sciencd fiction and cyberpunk elements. It is set to be released on consoles later in 2020.

Baron Jones

Baron Jones or Lord Jones could refer to one of the following Michael Jones, Lord Jones 1948–2016, Senator of the College of Justice in Scotland Digby Jones, Baron Jones of Birmingham born 1955, British businessman and politician Baron Jones of N ...

Ashley Smith

Ashley Smith may refer to: Ashley Smith rugby union born 1987, Welsh rugby player Ashley Smith 1988–2007, Canadian teenage prisoner, whose death while incarcerated led to the Ashley Smith inquest Grace Ashley-Smith 1887-1963 officer of the Britis ...

Egin

Egin may refer to: Egin newspaper, bilingual Basque-Spanish newspaper defunct after its temporary closure by Judge Baltasar Garzon Egin Irratia, the newspapers affiliated radio station Egin or Egyn, according to H.C. Agrippa, the devil king of th ...

Albert Evans

Albert Evans may refer to: Albert Evans dancer 1968–2015, American ballet dancer Albert Evans footballer, born 1874 1874–1966, footballer for Aston Villa, manager of Coventry City Albert Evans politician 1903–1988, British Labour Party politician ...

St John the Evangelists Church

St John the Evangelists Church, Norley, an active Anglican church St John the Evangelists Church, Turncroft, a demolished Anglican church St John the Evangelists Church, Gressingham, an active Anglican church St John the Evangelists Church, Westo ...

Listed buildings in Warley, West Yorkshire

Warley is a ward to the west and northwest of Halifax in the metropolitan borough of Calderdale, West Yorkshire, England. It contains 32 listed buildings that are recorded in the National Heritage List for England. All the listed buildings are de ...

Jason Brown

Jason Brown may refer to: Jason B. Brown 1839–1898, United States Representative from Indiana Jason Brown footballer born 1982, Welsh international football goalkeeper Jason "J" Brown born 1976, English singer Jason Brown baseball born 1974, Amer ...

Craig Evans (boxer)

Evans made his professional debut on 15 May 2010, scoring a first-round technical knockout TKO over Dan Carr at Upton Park in London, England. After winning his first 14 fights, three by stoppage, he fought Scott Cardle for the vacant British lig ...

Alun Davies

Alun Davies may refer to: Alun Davies historian 1916–1980, Alun Wyn Davies, Welsh rugby union footballer Alun Davies politician born 1964, Welsh politician Alun Herbert Davies 1927–2005, Welsh head teacher and director of the Welsh Books Council ...

Charles Vaughan

Charles Vaughan of Porthamal died 1630, Welsh landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1614 and 1625 Charles Vaughan by 1529-74 or later, MP for Radnorshire Charles Vaughan MP for Shaftesbury, represented Shaftesbury UK Parliam ...

Christine Jones

Christine Jones may refer to: Christine Jones Home and Away, a fictional character on the Australian soap opera Home and Away Christine Jones artist born 1955, Welsh artist Christine Jones businesswoman born 1968, American businesswoman and Arizo ...

Neil Roberts

Neil Roberts may refer to: Neil C. Roberts, Petty Officer 1st Class, United States Navy SEAL Neil Roberts Welsh footballer born 1978 Neil Roberts actor born 1964, English actor Neil Roberts politician born 1955, Australian politician Neil Roberts ...

Frederick Hughes

Frederick Hughes sailor 1866–1956, British Olympic sailor Fred Hughes rugby league, Welsh rugby league footballer of the 1940s Frederick Hughes footballer 1860–?, Welsh footballer

Herbert Williams

Herbert Williams may refer to: Herbert Williams politician 1890–1943, member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly Herbert Williams bishop 1860–1937, Anglican bishop in New Zealand Herbert Williams sailor 1908–1990, American Olympic sailor Herbi ...

Arthur Edwards

Arthur Edwards may refer to: Arthur Edwards major died 1743, British major and antiquary Arthur Edwards clergyman 1834–1901, American clergyman and editor Arthur Charles Edwards 1867–1940, English organist and composer Arthur Noel Edwards 1883–19 ...

Hanford (surname)

Hanford is a Welsh surname. Notable people with this surname include: Cornelius H. Hanford 1849–1926, American judge Jamie Hanford b. 1975, American lacrosse player Frank Hanford 1853–1921, American politician and businessman Henry Hanford 1784–1 ...

Tef

Tef or TEF may refer to: TEF gene, Thyrotrophic embryonic factor, a human gene Test devaluation du français, a test of fluency in French The Elias Fund, a nonprofit organization empowering development in Zimbabwean youth Eragrostis tef, a cereal ...

Bevier

Caly Bevier aka Calysta, singer, was a semi-finalist on Season 11 of the show Americas Got Talent. Simon Cowell awarded her his Golden Buzzer. Lillian BeVier, a professor of law at The University of Virginia School of Law Joshua Bevier, an actor ...

Schwartz

Schwartz may refer to: "The Schwartz", a parody of the Force from Star Wars, in the 1987 comic sci-fi film, Spaceballs. Schwartz surname, a surname and list of people with the name Schwartz brand, a spice brand Schwartzs, a delicatessen in Montre ...

Kaltenbacher

Kaltenbacher is a surname referring to one of several places named Kaltenbach. Notable people with this name include: Philip D. Kaltenbacher born 1937, American politician Bastien Kaltenbacher better known as Bastian Baker, born 1991, Swiss singe ...

Afroza Parveen

Afroza Parveen is former joint secretary at Government of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh. She is also the editor at Roktobij রক্তবীজ. She have completed her graduation from University of Dhaka. Parveen has published more than 100 books. She i ...

Catherine Lutes

Catherine Lutes is a Canadian cinematographer. She is most noted for her work on the film Disappearance at Clifton Hill, for which she received a Canadian Screen Award nomination for Best Cinematography at the 8th Canadian Screen Awards in 2020. ...

Qianjiang Century City

Qianjiang Century City is a central business district under construction, located in Ningwei Street, Xiaoshan District, southeast of Qiantang River, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China. The total planned area is 22.27 square kilometers and the pla ...

Juraj Jezerinac

Bishop Juraj Jezerinac is a Croatian Roman Catholic prelate who served as a Titular Bishop of Strumnitza and Auxiliary Bishop of Archdiocese of Zagreb from 11 April 1991 until 25 April 1997 and the first Ordinary of the new created Military Ordin ...

Al-Mansur Muhammad

Al-Mansur Muhammad could refer to the following people: Al-Mansur Muhammad bin Abdallah, the Zaidi imam of Yemen in the mid-19th century Al-Mansur Muhammad, Sultan of Egypt 1347–1398, the Mamluk sultan of Egypt Al-Mansur Muhammad II, the Ayyubid ...

Yuk Wong Kung Din

The Yuk Wong Temple aka. Yuk Wong Kung Din or Yuk Wong Bo Din is a temple in A Kung Ngam Village Lane, A Kung Ngam, Shau Kei Wan, Hong Kong. The temple is dedicated to the Jade Emperor 玉皇, Yuk Wong in Cantonese. Two side altars are dedicated to ...

Jarawa

Jarawa may refer to: Jarawa language Andaman Islands Jarawas Andaman Islands, one of the indigenous peoples of the Andaman Islands Jarawa language Nigeria, a Bantoid language of Nigeria Jarawa Nigeria, an ethnic group in Plateau State, Nigeria Ja ...

HMG PK-16

The HMG PK-16 is a Pakistani belt-fed air-cooled Gas operated Heavy machine gun designed and produced by the POF. It was first unveiled on 23 November 2016 on the IDEAS defence exhibition inaugurated by both PM Nawaz Sharif and COAS Raheel Sharif ...

Hubba

Hubba, hubba is a North American informal exclamation used to express approval, excitement, or enthusiasm, especially with regard to a persons appearance. Hubba may also refer to:

Musaeus

For people surnamed Musaeus, see Musaus. Musaeus, Musaios or Musaus may refer to: Three Greek poets Musaeus of Athens, legendary polymath, considered by the Greeks to be one of their earliest poets Musaeus of Ephesus, lived after 241 BCE Musaeus ...

Kosala (disambiguation)

Kosala was one of the 16 Mahajanapadas in the 6th to 5th centuries BCE, approximately present Awadh in Uttar Pradesh. Kosala may also refer to: Kosala moth, a genus of moth Kosala novel, a 1963 Marathi novel by Bhalchandra Nemade Kosala Kingdom

Taras Tarasenko

Taras Tarasenko is a Ukrainian lawyer, trustee in bankruptcy, Member of Parliament from the Servant of the People.

William Gaines (disambiguation)

William Gaines was an American publisher, notably of Mad magazine. William Gaines may also refer to: Bill Gaines basketball born 1946, retired basketball guard William Gaines professor 1933–2016, American journalist and professor William E. Gaine ...

Supreme Soviet of the Azerbaijan SSR

The Supreme Soviet of the Azerbaijan SSR was the supreme soviet of the Azerbaijan SSR. In 1994, the Supreme Soviet was renamed to the National Assembly and was officially disbanded in 1995. It was succeeded by the National Assembly.

Land Forces

Land Force or Land Forces may refer to: Land Forces of the National Peoples Army, a former army branch in the German Democratic Republic Land Forces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo Polish Land Forces Albanian Land Force Georgian Land Forc ...

The Kernel Brewery

The Kernel Brewery was founded in 2009 by Evin ORiordain in Bermondsey, England. It was one of Londons first craft brewers, and within 10 years it had helped inspire the establishment of around a hundred new microbreweries in the capital. The ori ...

Fruit machine (disambiguation)

Fruit machine is a British term, referring to a slot machine. Fruit machine may also refer to: The Fruit Machine 1988 film, a 1988 British film thriller released as Wonderland in the US The Fruit Machine 2018 film, a Canadian documentary film dir ...

54th Division

54th Division or 54th Infantry Division may refer to: 54th Infantry Division Napoli, an Italian division of World War II 54th Infantry Division India, a modern Indian division 54th East Anglian Infantry Division, a British division of World Wars ...

Clayoquot

Clayoquot is an anglicization of the Nuu-chah-nulth language name "Tla-o-qui-aht", one of the indigenous tribes of the region so named. It may refer to: Clayoqua 6, an Indian Reserve at the mouth of that river Clayoquot Sound and the associated r ...