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The Federation

The Federation may refer to: The Federation band, a Bay Area hip hop group Federation information technology, a group of computing or network providers agreeing upon standards of operation in a collective fashion Terran Federation Blakes 7, a qua ...

FTV

Filipino TV, a Canadian Tagalog language television channel Fantastic Television, a TV company in Hong Kong A television film Fairchild TV, a Canadian Cantonese television network Free view point television, a type of 3-D TV that allows the user ...

Valentina

Valentina album, a 2012 album by English band The Wedding Present "Valentina", a song about Valentina Tereshkova by Public Service Broadcasting from the 2015 album The Race for Space

Domenica

Domenica Hodak, American soccer player Domenica Michelle Azuero Gonzalez, Ecuadorian BMX rider Domenica Saporitti, Ecuadorian fashion model Elena Domenica Rubeo Maria Domenica Brun Barbantini Domenica Ananias Cancino, Chilean field hockey player ...

Carlota (name)

Carlota is a Catalan, German, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish feminine given name that is an alternate form of Charlotte and a feminine form of Charlot and Carl. Notable people known by this name include the following:

Santo Domingo (disambiguation)

Laguna Brava Formation, formerly known as Santo Domingo Formation, Eocene sedimentary formation in the Argentine Northwest Santo Domingo Formation, Miocene sedimentary formation in Southern Chile

Scalpers

Scalpers is a chain of mens fashion stores founded in Seville, España in 2007 and which in 2018 reported 42 millons de euros in sales, with 132 stores and other points of sale and 314 employees. In the same year it reported that 8.5% of its sales ...

Fit

Faculty of Information Technology, in Prague, Czech Republic Florida Institute of Technology, in Melbourne, Florida, United States Fortune Institute of Technology, in Kaohsiung, Taiwan Fashion Institute of Technology, in New York City

Jeneil Williams

Williams was discovered in a model search competition in Jamaica called Caribbean Model Search, in 2005; she subsequently signed with New York Models. In 2009, she appeared in a United Colors of Benetton campaign which led to Vogue editor-in-chie ...

Intern (disambiguation)

An intern is one who works in a temporary position with an emphasis on on-the-job training rather than merely employment. Intern or internship may also refer to: Intern computer science, an immutable copy of a string Internship medicine, training ...

Miss Indonesia 2020

Miss Indonesia 2020, was the 16th edition of the Miss Indonesia pageant, held on February 20, 2020 at MNC Studio, Kebon Jeruk, Jakarta. Princess Megonondo of Jambi crowned her successor, Pricilia Carla Yules of South Sulawesi at the end of the ev ...

MNC

MNC may refer to: MNC Trijaya FM radio Lifestyle&Fashion, TV, previously MNC Lifestyle, MNC Fashion, MNC Health & Beauty, Health & Beauty Travel&Homes, TV, previously MNC Food&Tarvel,MNC Home&Living, Food&Travel and Home Livin ...

Daur

Daur or Dahur may refer to: Daur language, a Mongolic language primarily spoken by the Daur people Dahur, Iran, a village in South Khorasan Province, Iran Dawar Pashtun tribe, a Pashtun tribe in North Waziristan, Pakistan Khentei-Daur Highlands, ...

Anrakai Battle

The Anrakai Battle was a legendary battle in the series of Kazakh-Dzungaria wars. The legendary battle took place from December 1729 until January 1730. There are not many records about Kazakh – Dzungaria wars because Kazakh people did not have a ...

Kurdish Heritage Institute

The institute is headed by Mazhar Khaleqi, an Iranian Kurdish singer who had gone into exile in the United Kingdom following the Iranian Revolution in 1979. Khaleqi "started traveling to Iraqi Kurdistan in 2003, where he established the Kurdish H ...

Waris

Abdul Majeed Waris born 1991, Ghanaian footballer Waris Ali Shah 1819–1905, Indian saint Ruqaiyyah Waris Maqsood born 1942, British author Waris Dirie born 1965, Somali model, author, actress and human rights activist Waris Baig, Pakistani singer ...

Lady Beatrix Stanley

Lady Beatrix Stanley, was an aristocrat, horticulturalist, and botanical artist who drew plants native to Chennai, and consequently has multiple flower strains named after her, most notably an iris and snowdrop, such as Galanthus Lady Beatrix Sta ...

Charles Nicholas Ainslie

Charles Nicholas Ainslie was an American entomologist who worked in the Bureau of Entomology. Ainslie was born in Hagamans Mills, New York to George 1824-1885 and Mary Jane Hagaman 1833-1861. His father was born in Roxburyshire, Scotland and work ...

Azerbaijan in antiquity

Azerbaijan in antiquity covers the history of the te r ritory of todays Azerbaijan in the period in which Greek and Roman society flourished and wielded great influence throughout much of Europe, North Africa, and Western Asia, as well as the Cau ...

Garapan Heritage Trail

The Garapan Heritage Trail is located in Garapan, Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands. The cultural heritage trail project is supported through grants awarded to the Northern Marianas Humanities Council by the National Endowment for the Humanities a ...

United States threat for destruction of Iranian cultural sites

On Saturday, 4 January 2020 American President Donald Trump said if Iran retaliate for assassination of General Qasem Soleimani, "the United States will hit 52 Iranian sites, some at a very high level and important to Iran and the Iranian culture ...

Percussion Creativ

Percussion Creativ is a non-profit organization founded as a network for German-speaking drummers and percussionists, based in Freiburg im Breisgau. Their goal is to promote the music for percussion instruments and their interpreters through exch ...

Prambanan Temple Compounds

Prambanan Temple Compounds is the World Heritage designation of a group of Hindu and Buddhist temple compounds that lie on the border between Yogyakarta and Central Java, Indonesia. It comprises Prambanan, Lumbung, Bubrah and Sewu temple compound ...

List of UNESCO Global Geoparks in Asia

Asia is a leader in the geopark movement, together with Europe, in terms of historical development, organization and the number of geoparks as well. The following list only contains the UNESCO Global Geoparks of the continent, As of 2020, there a ...

Chung Hwa Hui

Chung Hwa Hui, also known as CHH, was a conservative, largely pro-Dutch political organisation and party in the Dutch East Indies, often criticised as a mouthpiece of the colonial Chinese establishment. The party campaigned for legal equality bet ...

KPH

The Campaign Against Homophobia Polish: Kampania Przeciw Homofobii – a non-governmental LGBT rights and support organisation in Poland Croatian Communist Party Komunisticka partija Hrvatske

Batek

Batek may refer to: Bitruncated 8-orthoplex, a geometric object, also known by the abbreviation "batek" Batek language, an Austroasiatic language spoken by the Batek people Batek, a form of tattoo among the Kalinga people, part of the Intangible ...

Bubrah

Bubrah is a 9th-century Buddhist temple located within the complex of the Prambanan Temple Archaelogical Park, in Central Java, Indonesia. Experts believe that the temple was designed as a part of the greater Sewu temple compound. The original na ...

Germantown

Germantown Township, Turner County, South Dakota Germantown, Virginia, an historic unincorporated rural community in Fauquier County Germantown, Philadelphia, a neighborhood of Philadelphia, former town Germantown, North Carolina Germantown, Oran ...

MSR

Model-specific register, a feature in Intel x86 and x86-64 processor architectures Microsoft Reserved Partition, a space-management partition on a computer storage device Mining software repositories, a field that analyzes the rich data available ...

Urban architecture of Fiji

The architecture of Fiji has its own unique style and pattern. While, Fiji is a famous travelling destination among tourists for its beaches and beauty, its architecture is unique and particularly attractive. Fiji is a pacific island belonging to ...

Nicole Starosielski

Nicole Starosielski is an American author, researcher, and professor. Her research is centered around media infrastructure, particularly underwater infrastructure. Her first book The Undersea Network and online project Surfacing both describe the ...

2019 boycott of Japanese products in South Korea

In 2019, a new wave of boycotts were started in South Korea as a response to the 2019 Japan–South Korea trade dispute. People participating in the movement started not buying Japanese products and services, travelling to Japan, and not watching J ...

National Revolutionary Dividends Party

The party was formed by Huh Kyung-young, a former presidential candidate in 1997 and 2007. Huh was formerly banned from politics for 10 years in 2008 for slander that he would marry Park Geun-hye, a former pre-presidential candidate that lost to ...

Yellow House

Yellow House may refer to the: The Yellow House 2007 film, a film by Amor Hakkar and winner of the Prize of the Ecumenical Jury at Locarno Yellow House album, an album by Grizzly Bear Yellow House Canyon, a canyon in west Texas Yellow House, Penn ...

Foreign direct investment in China

Foreign direct investment has been an important part of Chinese economy since the 1980s. During the Mao period, most foreign companies halted their operations in China, though China remained connected to world economy through a limited scale of i ...

National Emergency Management Agency (Mongolia)

The National Emergency Management Agency, is a paramilitary government agency overseeing the emergency services of Mongolia. It was established with the duty to conduct nationwide post-disaster activities. It is similar to the Russian Ministry of ...

Ongin inscription

Ongin inscription was discovered in 1891 in Mongolia near the Ongi River, 160km south to the Orkhon inscriptions and 402km south-west to Bain Tsokto inscriptions. It was erected in honor of El Etmish Yabgu. Line 12 makes it clear that the author ...

Aromanian question

The Aromanian question, also sometimes known as the Vlach question, refers to the current division of the ethnic identity of the Aromanians, with ones being pro-Greek, others being pro-Romanian and others identifying themselves as purely Aromanian.

List of murals by Luc Tuymans

List of Murals by Luc Tuymans is a list of mural paintings and other murals by the Belgian artist Luc Tuymans. Tuymans is best known for his paintings which explore our relationship with history and confront our seeming ability to ignore it. Worl ...

Kiva Reardon

Reardon grew up in Toronto, and credits watching Elwy Yosts long-running Saturday Night at the Movies as her first introduction to film studies. Reardon is fluent in both English and French.

Katong Park

Katong Park is neighborhood park located in Katong, Singapore at the junction of Meyer Road and Fort Road. Built in the 1930s above the buried remains of Fort Tanjong Katong, it was one of Singapore’s oldest parks with the first public bathing pa ...

Choo Yilin

Choo Yilin is a Singapore-based fine jewelry company founded in 2009. It first became known for its modern take on traditional jade jewelry, and has subsequently also created jewelry using other gemstones such as spinels and pearls. In October 20 ...

Cultural Union of Ukrainian Workers in the CSSR

The Cultural Union of Ukrainian Workers in the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic was an organization set up in 1951 to represent the Ukrainian minority in Czechoslovakia. KSUT replaced the Ukrainian Peoples Council of the Presov Region, which had b ...

Synagogue (Vrbove)

A Jewish community in Vrbove is known since at least 1522. At the 1880 census the 1303 Jews comprised 28% of the towns population. The present building of the former synagogue was erected in 1883 at Beovskeho Street, the main street of the town. ...

Visegrad

Vysehrad Prague metro, the subway station that serves it Visegrad, a town in Bosnia and Herzegovina Vysehrad, a castle in Prague, Czech Republic Vishegrad, the highest peak of Sakar Mountain in Bulgaria Wyszogrod, a town in Poland Vishegrad, Kard ...

Lucenec Synagogue

Lucenec Synagogue is a Neolog synagogue, constructed in Secession style, in Lucenec. It was built between 1924 and 1925 and is registered as a National Cultural Monument. It was reconstructed and reopened as a cultural center on 13th May 2016.

Kody

Kody Seti Kimbulu, known professionally as Kody or Kody Kim, is a Belgian television host, comedian, and radio personality. Kody was born in Schaerbeek, Belgium to a Congolese family. He attended the Catholic University of Louvain, studying both ...

Insomnia (Skepta, Chip and Young Adz album)

Insomnia is a collaborative studio album by British rappers Skepta, Chip and Young Adz, released on 27 March 2020 by SKC M29. The album features a guest appearance by Dirtbike LB of D-Block Europe. It was promoted by the lead single, "Waze".

SOH

SOH or soh may refer to: State of health of batteries Start of Header or Start of Heading: ^A, an ISO C0 control code Hispaniolan Ornithological Society or Sociedad Ornitologica de la Hispaniola Sense of humour Sine = Opposite ÷ Hypotenuse, a mne ...