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AKP

Aamir Khan Productions, an Indian motion picture production and distribution company, based in Mumbai Arbaaz Khan Productions, an Indian motion picture production and distribution company, based in Mumbai

Ilham Nagiyev

Ilham Nagiyev, born January 1, 1988, is an Azerbaijani entrepreneur, co-founder and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of GESCO OJSC and Bine Agro CJSC and the President of the" Baku United FC” football club and the founder of" Odlar Yurdu” Organi ...

Ramin Gurbanov

Ramin Afad oglu Gurbanov - Azerbaijan lawyer, scientist, President of the European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice of the Council of Europe. Judge of the Baku City Yasamal District Court, member of Board of the Union of Associations of J ...

ASQ

ASQ can refer to several things: Australian String Quartet American Society for Quality ExpressJet International Air Transport Association airport code for Austin Airport, Nevada, United States Atlantic Southeast Airlines ICAO airline code Austra ...

Nigar Valiyeva

Nigar Valiyeva is an Azerbaijani linguist and professor of English Lexicology and Stylistics at the Azerbaijan University of Languages. She is a member of the Union of Azerbaijani Writers and a member of the International Fund for Cooperation and ...

Shamkhal Hasanli

Shamkhal Hasanli is an Azerbaijani television and media executive and former President of Xezer TV from January 2016 to March 2020.

Upa

Associations United Press Association, a news agency that became United Press International United States Professional Poolplayers Association Utenti Pubblicità Associati, Italian Advertisers Association United Patternmakers Association, former B ...

Nancy Clarke (entrepreneur)

Nancy Clarke was a Barbadian hotelier and free woman of colour who was known for the continued success of the Royal Naval Hotel. According to Professor Pedro Welch of the University of the West Indies, Clarkes history is indicative of the ingenui ...

Elizabeth Swain Bannister

Elizabeth Swain Bannister was a free woman of colour from Barbados. She gained her freedom when her aunt Susannah Ostrehan manumitted her in 1806. She later moved to Berbice where she lived with her partner William Fraser, conducting business in ...

Effects of Hurricane Dorian in the Caribbean

Hurricane Dorian caused relatively minor damage across the eastern Caribbean in late-August 2019. Originating from a westward moving tropical wave, Dorian organized into a tropical cyclone on August 24 and reached the Lesser Antilles on August 26 ...

BCA

Bank Central Asia, a private bank in Indonesia Book Club Associates Boeing Commercial Airplanes Broadcasting Company of America, former American Telephone & Telegraph Company subsidiary Civilian Board of Contract Appeals, a United States governme ...

Theodorious Paleologus

Theodorious or Theodore Paleologus, sometimes referred to as Theodore III to distinguish him from his grandfather and his uncle, both by the same name, was the only known son of Ferdinand Paleologus, and through him possibly a descendant of the a ...

James A. Daley

James A. Daley was sworn in as the American Ambassador to Barbados, Antigua and Barbuda, the Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, St. Lucia, St. Kitts and Nevis, and St. Vincent and the Grenadines on August 21, 2000. He served until 2001. At the ti ...

Pickwick

Pickwick band, an American rock band Pickwick Records, a record label, distributor and chain.

Paleologus (Pesaro and Cornwall)

Paleologus, also referred to as Palaiologos or Palaeologey, was a noble family from Pesaro in Italy who later established themselves in England, particularly Cornwall, in the 17th century. The Paleologus claimed to be descendants of Thomas Palaio ...

George Arthur Padmore

Padmore was born on July 16, 1915, the grandson of General George Stanley Padmore, and the son of James Stanley Padmore and Mary Louise Barclay-Padmore, who had emigrated to Liberia from Barbados. His older sister was Antoinette Tubman. After Pad ...

SAB

The School of American Ballet in New York City Development Bank of Saxony, from its German acronym. Shipping Association of Barbados Societe Aerienne Bordelaise a French aircraft manufacturer Sabena, a former airline company South African Breweries

Patricia Moller

Patricia Newton Moller is a retired investment banker and American diplomat who became a business consultant. Her company, Moller Global Advisory LLC, helps companies that want to do business in developing countries. Moller worked as an investmen ...

FPB

FPB may refer to Femoral Popliteal Bypass surgery, a type of surgery FPB band, a Czech punk rock band Film and Publication Board, in South Africa First Premier Bank Federal Planning Bureau of Belgium Popular Forces of Burundi, a Congolese rebel g ...

Buckeye

Aesculus glabra, also known as the Ohio buckeye, Ohios state tree Brutus Buckeye, the mascot of the Ohio State University Buckeye nickname, a nickname for residents of the U.S. state of Ohio, the "buckeye state" Ohio State Buckeyes, the intercoll ...

Ruzizi IV Hydroelectric Power Station

Ruzizi IV Hydroelectric Power Station, is a proposed hydro-power plant, with planned capacity installation of 287 megawatts when completed.

EBS

Educational Broadcasting System, South Korea EBS TV Ethiopia Educational Broadband Service, US TV service EBS 1, a South Korean television channel Emergency Broadcast System, former US system Europe by Satellite, the EU TV information service

Olympic Entertainment Group

Olympic Entertainment Group is Estonian concern which focuses on entertainment business. The Group is the leading provider of gaming services in Baltic States and also operates casinos in Italy, Malta and Slovakia. As of December 2018, the Group ...

EV

Expressjet Airlines IATA designator Atlantic Southeast Airlines IATA designator Electro-Voice, a United States manufacturer of amplifiers, microphones, other audio equipment and speakers

Napi

Napi may refer to: Napioa, an important figure in Blackfoot mythology Napi Headquarters, New Mexico, a census-designated place CDP in San Juan County, New Mexico, United States New API, an interface to use interrupt mitigation techniques for netw ...

Tehnopol

Tehnopol is science and business park in Tallinn, Estonia. Tehnopol is the biggest science park in Baltic states. One of the main goal for Tehnopol is to help startup and small and medium-sized enterprises to grow faster. Tehnopols history began ...

EBC

Eternity Bible College, in Simi Valley, California, United States EBC Hochschule, a business school in Hamburg, Germany Escuela Bancaria y Comercial, a business school in Mexico City The Salvation Army Evangeline Booth College, in Atlanta, Georgi ...

Nitrofert

Nitrofert AS is a manufacturer of fertilizers based in Kohtla-Jarve, Estonia. It is a subsidiary of Ostchem Holding, owned by Ukrainian oligarch Dmytro Firtash.

Tolaram Group

Tolaram Group is a holding company headquartered in Singapore, it operates a diversified business interest that include the largest noodles brand in Nigeria. The firm has presence in Egypt, Estonia, Ghana, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Singapore. In We ...

The Swedish Lion in Narva

The Swedish Lion or The lion monument are two statues erected as monuments of the battle of Narva in 1700 in the city of Narva in Estonia. The first version, a copy of one of the lions at the Stockholm Palace, was erected by an entrance to the ci ...

Little Greek Restaurants

Little Greek Fresh Grill, formerly Little Greek, is a chain of fast-casual Greek-style restaurants that was founded in Florida by Estonian immigrant Sigrid Bratic in 2004. As of April 2020, there were 44 locations across six states.

Kirkor Bezdikyan

Kirkor Bezdikyan, also known as Krikor Agha Bzdikian or Kirkor Bezdikian, was the second mayor of Adana, Cilicia who was in office from 1877 to 1879, during the Ottoman Empire. He was credit for starting the first modern municipal governance at t ...

Fishing industry in Thailand

The Fishing industry in Thailand, in accordance with usage by The World Bank, the UNs Food and Agriculture Organization and other multinational bodies, refers to and encompasses recreational fishing, aquaculture, and wild fisheries both onshore a ...

Nakhon Ratchasima shootings

A mass shooting occurred near and in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand, colloquially known as Korat, between 8 and 9 February 2020. A soldier of the Royal Thai Army killed 29 people and wounded 58 others before he was eventually shot and killed. The at ...

Sanook.com

Sanook.com is a Thai-language web portal and news website based in Thailand. It is among the countrys most visited websites, and one of the longest in operation, having been launched in 1998. The website is operated by Tencent Co., Ltd., previous ...

MasterChef Thailand All-stars

MasterChef All-stars Thailand is a cooking game show. Will air on February 2, 2020 on Channel 7 HD, with contestants from previous seasons competing. Hosted by Piyathida Mitr Theerote and the committee is ML Pasan Sawat Dewat, ML Kwanthip Devakul ...

Wages in Thailand

Wages in Thailand, as used here, includes all compensation paid by an employer to an employee for work done, whether based on hours worked, piece work, or fixed salary. Since wage labour is the predominant form of work, the term "wage" here refer ...

Raj Modi

Rajeshkumar Indukant Modi is an Indian-born Zimbabwean businessman and politician. He has served as deputy minister of industry and commerce and as a member of the National Assembly of Zimbabwe for Bulawayo South since September 2018. He is a mem ...

Prisca Mupfumira

Prisca Mupfumira, or Priscah Mupfumira, was a Zimbabwean politician and government minister under President Robert Mugabe. When the President was replaced by Emmerson Mnangagwa, she was the first serving ZANU–PF minister to be arrested for corrup ...

Blue Cross

Blue Cross of India, an animal charity in India Blue Cross Zimbabwe, an organization associated with the Zimbabwe Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Irish Blue Cross, an animal charity in Ireland Blue Cross animal charity, an animal ...

Willowvale Motor Industries

The Willowvale Motor Industries Ltd. Ltd) is an automobile and commercial vehicle manufacturer in Zimbabwe.

J. Steven Rhodes

J. Steven Rhodes was Ronald Reagans special assistant for intergovernmental affairs, Vice President George H.W. Bushs chief domestic affairs adviser and ambassador to the Republic of Zimbabwe when Bush became president. Rhodes is an Adjunct Profe ...

Concession

Concession may refer to: Concession contract sometimes called a concession agreement, a contractual right to carry on a certain kind of business or activity in an area, such as to explore or develop its natural resources or to operate a "concessi ...

CIO

Central Intelligence Office, the national intelligence agency of the former Republic of Vietnam Congress of Industrial Organizations, a former American trade union federation also known as the Committee of Industrial Organization Charitable incor ...

Pacific Employers Ins. Co. v. Industrial Accident Commn

Pacific Employers Insurance Co. v. Industrial Accident Commission, 306 U.S. 493, was a conflict of laws case decided by the United States Supreme Court, in which the court held that principles of federalism overcome the Full Faith and Credit Clau ...

Gift-exchange game

The gift-exchange game is a game that has been introduced by Akerlof and Yellen as standard for modeling labor relations. Two players are at least involved in such game – an employee and an employer. The employer has to decide first, whether to a ...

Greek cafe culture in Australia

Greek cafe culture in Australia is part of the shared history of Greece and Australia. For unskilled penniless Greek migrants, it was a pathway to success in which they created community hubs where Australians socialised. Greek cafes are also a s ...

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on television in the United States

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a substantial impact on the television industry, particularly in the United States, mirroring its impacts across all arts sectors, shutting down or delaying production of television programs in many countries with co ...

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the fashion industry

The COVID-19 pandemic affects the global fashion industry as governments close down manufacturing plants, and through store closures, and event cancellations to slow the spread of the virus. The coronavirus pandemic has had a major impact on fash ...

Nordic Council of Ministers

In 1971, the Nordic Council of Ministers, an intergovernmental forum, was established as a result of the Helsinki Treaty. The purpose of the Nordic Council of Ministers is to complement the Nordic Council and promote Nordic Cooperation.