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Fernbus Simulator

Fernbus Simulator is a bus simulator game developed by TML-Studios and published by Aerosoft for Microsoft Windows. The game is powered by Unreal Engine 4 and was available on 25 August 2016 worldwide.

Web Accessibility Directive

The Directive on the accessibility of websites and mobile applications also known as Directive 2016/2102 was adopted by the EU in 2016. This only applies to public sector bodies, but the member states of the EU needed to turn this legislation int ...

Robin Feldman

Robin Feldman is a law professor, researcher, and author best known for her contributions to intellectual property and health care law. Feldman is the Arthur J. Goldberg Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of California, Hastings Col ...

To the Moon and Back

To the Moon and Back can refer to: To the Moon and Back, a 2016 documentary about the Russian Adoption Ban called the Dima Yakovlev Law To the Moon and Back Karen Kingsbury book, a 2018 book written by American Christian author Karen Kingsbury "T ...

C. S. Dias

Conrad Stansilaus Dias is the judge of Kerala High Court. The High Court of Kerala is the highest court in the Indian state of Kerala and in the Union Territory of Lakshadweep. The High Court of Kerala is headquartered at Ernakulam, Kochi.

Persona Digital Telephony Ltd v. Minister for Public Enterprise, Ireland

Persona Digital Telephony Ltd v. Minister for Public Enterprise, Ireland, IESC 27; was an Irish Supreme Court case in which the Court ruled that third party funding to support a plaintiffs legal costs and disbursements is unlawful.

Hands (disambiguation)

"Hands" Kumi Koda song, a song by Kumi Koda Hands Little Boots album, an album by Little Boots Hands EP, an extended play by Emanuel and the Fear Hands Bumblefoot album, an album by Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal "Hands", a song by Four Tet from Rounds "H ...

Oncotripsy

Oncotripsy is a potential cancer therapy that selectively targets cancer cells by means of ultrasound harmonic excitation at their resonance frequency. It is a type of therapeutic ultrasound.

Bumper

"Bumper", a song by Voltio Bumpers album, a rock music sampler by Island Records Bumper music, music used as or in a bumper Bumper broadcasting, a short transitional segment Bumper to Bumper, studio album from American alternative rock band Strok ...

Attabotics

Attabotics is a Calgary-based robotics company which specializes in inventory management systems. Attabotics was named one of CNBCs 100 most promising startups in 2019, a special mention on TIME s Best Inventions of 2019, and Fast Company s 32nd ...

This Just In

This Just In is a phrase used by news anchors when an important piece of news has just arrived while on the air. It may also refer to: This Just In. Benefit for Indy Media, a 2005 benefit CD released by Geykido Comet Records This Just In!, a 2004 ...

National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited

The National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited has been incorporated in 2016 with an object to finance, construct, maintain and manage the High Speed Rail Corridor in India. High Speed Rail Corporation of India Limited has been formed under the ...

War of the Castle of Love

The War of the Castle of Love was a conflict in 1214–1216 between Padua and Treviso on one side and Venice on the other. It began with the an exchange of insults at a festival, escalated to raiding and finally to open warfare. The decisive engage ...

Roberto Tagliavini

Roberto Tagliavini studied singing with Romano Franceschetto, baritone. He appeared first of all in Italian opera houses including Teatro Regio, Parma and Teatro Comunale Bologna among others. He has subsequently appeared in many of the worlds le ...

BSC Spartak Moscow

BSC Spartak Moscow is a professional beach soccer team associated with the soccer club FC Spartak Moscow based in Moscow, Russia. Their best result to date internationally was reaching the final of the 2020 Mundialito de Clubes.

Joba Murmu

Joba Murmu Karandih is a Santhali woman living in Jamshedpur who received the Sahitya Akademis Childrens Literature Award on November 14, 2017 due to her language contribution.

The Hauntening (radio series)

The Hauntening is a radio sitcom written and created by Tom Neenan and directed and produced by David Tyler. It is centred around the dangerous potential of modern technology, and stars Tom Neenan and Jenny Bede. The programme was first broadcast ...

2017–18 Aris Thessaloniki F.C. season

The 2017–18 season Aris participated in Football League, finished in the second place and were promoted to Super League. The club also competed in the Greek Cup and were eliminated in Group Stage.

Supermoto European Championship

The European Supermoto Championship was born in 1997 in a unique free displacement category. The first to winner of a European Championship is the Frenchman Gilles Salvador. From its birth it was considered as a championship of maximum expression ...

A68

A68 or A-68 may refer to: A-68, a major road in Spain renamed Autopista AP-68 A68 motorway France, a road connecting Toulouse and Albi Iceberg A-68, name for the iceberg calved from Larsen C ice shelf in Antarctica between 10 and 12 July 2017 A68 ...

Bottom of the World

Antarctica, specifically the South Pole Australia, see Down Under The Mariana Trench, specifically the Challenger Deep Anywhere on the Southern Hemisphere

2017–18 FIS Cross-Country Continental Cup

The 2017–18 FIS Cross-Country Continental Cup was a season of the FIS Cross-Country Continental Cup, a series of second-level cross-country skiing competitions arranged by the International Ski Federation. The 2017–18 Continental Cup contained ni ...

Unforgettable (Robin Schulz and Marc Scibilia song)

Unforgettable is a song by German DJ and record producer Robin Schulz and American singer-songwriter Marc Scibilia. The song was released on 22 December 2017 as the fourth single from his third studio album, Uncovered. The song was written by Den ...

2017–18 Premier League (disambiguation)

2017–18 Armenian Premier League 2017–18 Syrian Premier League 2017–18 Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina 2017–18 Maltese Premier League 2017–18 Hong Kong Premier League 2017–18 Welsh Premier League 2017–18 Azerbaijan Premier League 2017–18 ...

Molchat Doma

Molchat Doma is a Belarusian rock band from Minsk, formed in 2017. Their sound combines the elements of post-punk, new wave, and synth-pop.

Ena Sendijarevic

Ena Sendijarevic is an Amsterdam-based Bosnian filmmaker and screenwriter. She is best known for her short film Import and her debut feature Take Me Somewhere Nice. The latter won the Heart of Sarajevo award for Best Feature Film at the 2019 Sara ...

Sideroxylon marginatum

Sideroxylon marginatum is a species of flowering plant in the family Sapotaceae. It is endemic to the Cape Verde Islands, where it is a mesophytic species whose habitat is now limited to steep escarpments and inaccessible places. It is threatened ...

Central Park (2017 film)

Central Park is a 2017 American horror film written and directed by Justin Reinsilber and starring Ruby Modine, Grace Van Patten, Marina Squerciati and Michael Lombardi.

Daniel Muñoz (footballer)

Daniel Muñoz Mejia is a professional footballer who plays for Atletico Nacional in the Colombian Categoria Primera A as a right back and acts as captain. From 2017 until 2019 Munoz played for Rionegro Aguilas.

International University of La Rioja

The International University of La Rioja is a is a private open university in Spain focused on online education, based in Logroño, La Rioja. Also has presence in Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. In December 2019, the institution had more than ...

Amir Ofek

Amir Ofek is the Israeli Ambassador to Costa Rica and El Salvador. He presented his credentials in Costa Rica on December 6, 2017, and on July 5th, 2018, Ambassador Ofek presented his credentials El Salvador President Salvador Sanchez Ceren., As ...

Vientiane–Vang Vieng Expressway

The Vientiane–Vang Vieng Expressway is an expressway under construction in Laos connecting the capital of Vientiane with Vang Vieng, located north of it. Once completed, it will be the first expressway in Laos. It will form a part of the Kunming– ...

Annieta Tarpeh

Annieta Tarpeh, is a Liberian female footballer who plays as a striker for Professional Sisters Football Club in the Liberia Football Association womens top division on loan from Cece United Football Academy.

Beatrich

Beatrice Pundziūte began singing in a small ensemble in kindergarten, and went on to play and sing in a country music band at school. Her first songs appeared on the album Radistai.

Administrative divisions of Estonia

Estonia is an unitary country with a single-tier local government system. Local affairs are managed autonomously by local governments. Since administrative reform in 2017, there are in total 79 local governments, including 15 towns and 64 rural m ...

Yanish Engutsamy

Yaniish Engutsamy, popularly known as RJ Yaniish, is a Mauritian radio jockey, presenter based in Mauritius. He is best known as the host of Radio Plus show Allo-Maurice.

David T. Fischer

David T. Fischer is an American automobile salesman and current United States Ambassador to Morocco, being sworn in on January 16, 2020. He was nominated by President Donald Trump in November of 2017, and began his confirmation hearing in the Sen ...

Crazy Lovely, Cool

Crazy, Lovely, Cool is a Nigerian Televison series shot in 2017 directed by Obi Emelonye and in production partnership with The Nollywood Factory and Trace TV.

Protests against Polish judiciary reforms

Since mid-2010s, a series of protests against judiciary reforms have occurred in Poland. Polish government of the Law and Justice party argues that the reforms are needed to improve the efficiency of the judiciary, but the opposition, supported b ...

Barbara Turnbull (nurse)

Barbara Fay Turnbull is a New Zealand nurse. In 2017 she received the Florence Nightingale Medal for her work with the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement in situations of conflict.

Prem Gali

Prem Gali is an upcoming 2020 Pakistani romantic comedy television series scheduled to premiere in June 2020 on ARY Digital. It is written by Faiza Iftikhar, directed by Qasim Ali Mureed and produced by Humayun Saeed under Six Sigma Plus. It feat ...

Salem Ali (Saudi footballer)

Salem Ali he represented the Saudi Arabia national football team, in a 2017 Gulf Cup of Nations and after allowing the Born in Saudi Arabia to participate in the Saudi League signed his first professional for season and half contract with Al-Nass ...

SSEM

SSEM can refer to: Serial-section electron microscopy ssEM, a form of transmission electron microscopy South Seas Evangelical Mission, missionary organization in the Solomon Islands Manchester Baby or Small-Scale Experimental Machine, historic co ...

Desire Delano Bouterse Highway

The Desire Delano Bouterse Highway is the first motorway in Suriname between Afobakaweg connecting Paramaribo and Brokopondo to the John F. Kennedyweg near Johan Adolf Pengel International Airport. The motorway opened on 15 May 2020 12:00. A jour ...

Miaoli County Refuse Incineration Plant

The Miaoli County Refuse Incineration Plant is an incinerator in Zhunan Township, Miaoli County, Taiwan. As of December 2019, monthly the incinerator received about 14.260 tons of waste and 14.316 tons of them was incinerated. The plant produced ...

2017 IFMAR 1:10 Electric Off-Road World Championships

The Xiamen ARC International Raceway is situated in Xiaman. The newly constructed track is 42m wide by 35m deep designed by Lung Chuan Lee from Taiwan who also designed the onroad track layout in Beijing last year. The event was held on a dirt ha ...

Into The Fight 2017

Into The Fight 2017 was a professional wrestling event promoted by DDT Pro-Wrestling. It took place on February 19, 2017, in Tokyo, Japan, at the Korakuen Hall. The event aired domestically on Fighting TV Samurai.

Upon the shadow

Upon the Shadow is a French-Tunisian documentary directed by Nada Mezni Hafaiedh in 2017. The film discusses the topic of discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in Tunisia.

Pia Pounds

Pia Pounds career started in 2011 when she released her first single Just the way you are featuring Ragga Dee while still in secondary school. She took a hiatus in music and returned to finish high school. She returned into music while she was a ...

Pop-Up Gaeltacht

A Pop-Up Gaeltacht is an informal gathering of Irish speakers of various abilities where they can meet and talk in a convivial atmosphere. In Dublin such gatherings can number up to 300 people, and similar events have been held abroad. The pionee ...