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Ferguson High School, Ratnapura

Ferguson High School is a National School in Sri Lanka, located in Ratnapura District. School has two sections - the Primary section, which serves students from Grade 1 to Grade 5, and the Secondary section, which serves students from Grade 6 to ...

National injunctions

In United States law, national injunctions are an equitable remedy employed by courts to bind the federal government in its relations with nonparties. In their prototypical form, national injunctions are used to restrict the federal government fr ...

Campbells Kids

The Campbell Kids are the advertising cartoon mascot of the Campbell Soup Company. Drawn by Grace Drayton in 1904, the characters became popular almost immediately, leading to the production of dolls, cookbooks, cards, plates, T-shirts, and many ...

Trees of New York City

The land comprising New York City holds approximately 5.2 million trees. As of 2020, there are 168 different tree species growing in New York City. The New York City government, along side an assortment of environmental organizations, actively wo ...

Bibo

Istvan Bibo 1911–1979, Hungarian lawyer, politician and political theorist Irving Bibo 1889–1962, American composer, songwriter, and publisher Erdal Bibo born 1977, Turkish basketball player Solomon Bibo 1853–1934, American trader and Pueblo leader

Post-chorus

In music, particularly Western popular music, a post-chorus is a section that appears after the chorus. The term can be used generically for any section that comes after a chorus, but more often refers to a section that has similar character to t ...

CDO

Connected Data Objects, a free implementation of a distributed shared model Collaboration Data Objects, a Microsoft application programming interface for data access Climate Data Operators, a command line suite for manipulating and analyzing clim ...

CNO

CNO may refer to: Chief networking officer, a business role Chino Airport, in California, IATA symbol: CNO Cis-Neptunian object, an astronomical body within the orbit of Neptune Computer network operations, the optimization and use of digital tel ...

Opn Sesame

Opn Sesame is an American company that provides a peer-to-peer political text messaging platform to conservative platforms. It was created by Gary Coby, and Gerrit Lansing. Coby was a director of advertising at the Republican National Committee a ...

Frederic Genta

Frederic Genta is a Monegasque government official. Since March 2018 he is the Country Chief Digital Officer of the Principality of Monaco.

Colors TV

Colors TV is a Hindi language Indian general entertainment channel owned by Viacom 18. The networks programming consists of family dramas, comedies, youth-oriented reality shows, shows on crime and television films.

CRO

Chief risk officer, a corporate executive Chief restructuring officer, a corporate executive Chief research officer, a corporate executive Combat Rescue Officer, in the US Air Force Chief revenue officer, a corporate executive Chief reputation of ...

Executive

Executive, a senior management role in an organization Executive producer, a person who oversees the production of an entertainment product Executive education, term used for programs at graduate-level business schools that aim to educate manager ...

CMO

Contract manufacturing organization, a pharmaceutical manufacturing outsourcing organization Collective management organization, an organisation that manages intellectual property rights, like copyrights, on behalf of rightsholders. Chief marketi ...

Femi Falodun

Femi Falodun is a Nigerian digital marketing and communications professional. In 2017, he was appointed Chief Operating Officer, COO of ID Africa and in 2019, he was named Chief Executive Officer, CEO of the company after it acquired NET News Lim ...

Leslie Berland

Leslie Berland was the first Chief Marketing Officer that Twitter ever appointed. She is also Head of People at the firm. Prior to that she spent over a decade in executive roles at AmEx establishing the financial service company’s initial social ...

Quality of life (disambiguation)

Quality of life is a degree of satisfaction and happiness that one can fulfill through his/her basic and other needs. Quality of Life may also refer to: The Quality of Life, a 2007 play by Jane Anderson Quality of Life film, a 2004 drama starring ...

EM

Encyclopedia Metallum, an online metal music database EM, the E major musical scale Eminem, rapper Electronic music, music that employs electronic musical instruments and electronic music technology in its production Em, the E minor musical scale

Proxy

Proxy may refer to: Proxy bullying or vicarious bullying, bullying committed on behalf of somebody else Proxy war, a war where two powers use third parties as a substitute for fighting each other directly Proxy statistics, a measured variable use ...

Microsoft 365

Microsoft 365 is a line of subscription services offered by Microsoft. The brand was launched on July 10, 2017 for a superset of Office 365 with Windows 10 Enterprise licenses and other cloud-based security and device management products. On Apri ...

XDS

XDS could refer to: External Development Summit, an event for the video game industry Xerox Data Systems, the name for Scientific Data Systems after it was purchased by Xerox Corporation X-ray Detector Software, a software for processing single-c ...

Framery

Framery Oy is a Finnish company established in 2010 in Tampere. Its line of business is manufacturing of office furniture. Framery’s products are soundproof phone booths, working spaces and pods that are used for example in offices and airports. ...

WWB

Women Without Borders, an international non-profit female empowerment organization founded by Edit Schlaffer in 2001. WWB Colombia, a microfinance institution in Colombia Womens World Banking, nonprofit organisation supporting microfinance instit ...

SKS (disambiguation)

A SKS is a Russian semi-automatic rifle. SKS may also refer to: Student Union in Sundsvall, Studentkåren i Sundsvall, one of the Students unions of the Mid Sweden University Someone Knows Something, a true crime documentary podcast by Canadian fi ...

MFI

Media Factory, Inc., anime company MFI Foundation Inc., non-profit science foundation in the Philippines Messiah Foundation International, a spiritual organization Missionary Flights International, a religious charity providing aviation support w ...

Sandbox game

A sandbox game may either be a video game genre or refer to a gameplay element of a video game which gives the player a great degree of creative freedom to complete tasks towards a goal within the game, if such a goal exists. The term derives fro ...

RSD

RSD most often refers to: Serbian dinar, ISO 4217 code for the currency of the Republic of Serbia Reflex sympathetic dystrophy, see complex regional pain syndrome RSD may also refer to:

RSI

Relative strength index, a technical indicator used in the analysis of financial markets Relational Semantics, Inc, a U.S. software company specializing in case management systems for state judiciaries RSI Corporation, RadioFrequency Safety Inter ...

Icebreaker (disambiguation)

"Ice Breaker" The Crocodile Hunter, 2004 television episode Icebreaker film, a 2000 film Ice Breaker, a 2005 documentary film about the Canadian icebreaker CCGS Henry Larsen "Icebreaker" Sledge Hammer!, 1987 television episode

HR

H. R. Wells, a character from The Flash television series

Millennium (disambiguation)

Millennialism, describing the 1000-year reign of Christ Tertio Millennio Adveniente, an Apostolic Letter in preparation for the Roman Catholic Churchs Great Jubilee Millenarianism, the belief by a group in a coming major transformation of society ...

TerminusDB

TerminusDB is an open-source model driven graph database designed for knowledge graph representation. It is described as a database for data people by the development team. TerminusDBs secondary database models are listed as document store and RD ...

C35

HMS C35, a 1909 British C class submarine HMS Belfast C35, a 1938 British Royal Navy cruiser

SBN

SBN can mean: Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology Naval Aircraft Factory SBN, a scout/torpedo bomber from the mid-1930s Servizio bibliotecario nazionale, the National Library Service of Italy South Bend International Airport, IATA code Sonl ...

C37

C37 or C-37 may refer to: In aircraft: C-37 Electra, a military variant of the Lockheed Model 10 Electra airliner of the 1930s C-37A or Gulfstream V, a business jet C-37B or Gulfstream G550, a business jet In ships: C37 or Catalina 37, a yacht cr ...

Saeta

Saeta TV Channel 10, an Uruguayan television channel "Saeta", a track on the Miles Davis album Sketches of Spain "Saeta", a track on the Nico album Drama of Exile Saetan Daemon SaDiablo, a fictional character in Anne Bishops The Black Jewels tril ...

PE

Population equivalent, a concept used in sanitary engineering Professional Engineer, a post-nominal suffix indicating such a certification Present Era, a year numbering system commonly used in archaeology that uses 1950s as the epoch marker Prima ...

Sensation

Sensation art exhibition, a controversial British art exhibition

Heron (disambiguation)

Heron Tower, a skyscraper in London Heron International, a United Kingdom based property development company Heron S.A., a Greek power company Heron Foods, a frozen food retail chain in the United Kingdom Heron Plastics, a kit car manufacturer in ...

Airtransit

Airtransit was a Canadian airline that provided short take-off and landing service between Ottawa and Montreal. A subsidiary of Air Canada, the airline operated from 1973-1976 before closing due to poor business.

Rollout

"Roll Out", a song by Labelle from Back to Now Roll Out, a 1970s American sitcom "Rollout My Business", a song by Ludacris Rollout photography, a photographic process

OMAC

OMAC can refer to: OMAC Buddy Blank, a DC Comics superhero OMAC comics: a fictional organization of powerful cyborgs in comic books published by DC Comics Michael Costner, the last remaining OMAC cyborg, chronicled in the 2006 OMAC miniseries The ...

OTT Airlines

One Two Three Airlines is an airline headquartered in Shanghai that was launched as a subsidiary of China Eastern Airlines in February 2020. It will be the first airline to operate the Comac C919 and will also operate the Comac ARJ21. The airline ...

S1

S1 Scout Car, an armoured car built in Australia during the Second World War S1 military, an administrative position within military units Pantsir-S1, a Russian anti-aircraft system S-1 Executive Committee, a United States government entity durin ...

Aeroflot fleet

The Aeroflot passenger fleet consists of narrow-body and wide-body aircraft from seven aircraft families: the Airbus A320, the Airbus A321, the Airbus A330, the Airbus A350 XWB, the Boeing 737, the Boeing 777, and the Sukhoi Superjet 100. As of M ...

Bravo

Bravo, Cuba, a community in the municipality of Santiago de Cuba Rio Grande, a river that flows through Mexico and the United States, also known as "Rio Bravo"

Vasily Bakalov

Vasily Ivanovich Bakalov was a Soviet and later Russian military engineer and designer who worked on the designs of armoured vehicle defence systems and anti-tank guided missiles. Born in 1929, Bakalov served during the Second World War in his yo ...

Vision

Hallucination, a perception of something that does not exist Vision spirituality, a supernatural experience that conveys a revelation

CIS

Center for Internet Security, cybersecurity benchmarks, controls, practices and tools Contact image sensor, a technology developed for optical flatbed scanners Computer information systems, technologies which process data to solve business proble ...

Foreign exchange

Currency pair, the quotation of the relative value of a currency unit against the unit of another currency in the foreign exchange market Bureau de change, a business whose customers exchange one currency for another Foreign exchange market, wher ...