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Ivan Vukovic (politician)

Ivan Vukovic is a Montenegrin politician. He began serving as the Mayor of Podgorica in May 2018. Before taking office, he worked as an Assistant Professor and Vice-Dean for International Cooperation at the Faculty of Political Science in Podgori ...

Dictionary of Serbo-Croatian Literary and Vernacular Language

The Dictionary of Serbo-Croatian Literary and Vernacular Language or the Dictionary of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts is the official dictionary of the Serbo-Croatian language published by the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. The p ...

Mate Kapovic

Mate Kapovic is a Croatian linguist specializing in Indo-European and Slavic languages. He studied Croatian language and linguistics at the Faculty of Arts of University of Zagreb. He graduated in 2003 and he has been teaching at the same univers ...

Franc Solina

After finishing the Bezigrad Grammar School in 1974 Solina enrolled at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana where he graduated in 1979 and received in 1982 also his Master of Science degree in electrical engineering. In ...

SASA

SASA may refer to: Martin Miguel de Guemes International Airport, Argentina ICAO code: SASA Scottish Agricultural Science Agency, formerly an executive agency of the Scottish Executive Environment and Rural Affairs Department Slovenian Academy of ...

Reinhart Ceulemans

Reinhart Jan Maria Ceulemans is an emeritus professor of Ecology and previous director of the Research Center of Excellence PLECO of the University of Antwerp. He has been vice-dean of the Faculty of Sciences at the University of Antwerp, and was ...

List of botanical gardens in Ukraine

Botanical gardens in Ukraine have collections consisting entirely of Ukraine native and endemic species; most have a collection that include plants from around the world. There are botanical gardens and arboreta in all states and territories of U ...

Band of the Hetman Petro Sahaidachnyi National Ground Forces Academy

The Band of the Hetman Petro Sahaidachnyi National Ground Forces Academy is the official school military band in the Ukrainian Ground Forces. Its purpose is intended to promote the patriotic, cultural and aesthetic education of the Ground Forces ...

Paratroopers Day

Airborne Forces Day also known as Paratroopers Day is a professional military holiday in Russia and other countries, celebrated on 2 August annually. It is the official holiday of the former Soviet Airborne forces.

Iris Festival

The Iris Festival is the annual and official celebration of the Brussels-Capital Region in Belgium. This takes place on May 8. It is a day off for Brussels officials. The date of May 8 was chosen for three reasons: It takes place during the flowe ...

Islam (disambiguation)

Islam: The Untold Story, 2012 documentary film Islam: Empire of Faith, 2000 TV documentary series Islam: What the West Needs to Know, 2006 documentary film

Festival (disambiguation)

Festival TV series, a British television series aired in the 1960s Festival Canadian TV series, a Canadian television series aired in the 1960s Festival cable TV, a defunct family-friendly HBO premium channel

Zom (food)

Zom is a traditional Yemenite Jewish soup that is most commonly served as part of the Yom Kippur break fast among those in the Yemenite Jewish community, mostly in Israel.

Memorial Day (disambiguation)

Memorial Day Turkmenistan Memorial Day South Korea Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day, also known as Armenian Memorial Day Memorial Day Newfoundland and Labrador The Remembrance Day/Veterans Day, two WWI memorial days that fall on exactly the same ...

Easter witch

Easter witches are an old Swedish legend about witches flying to Blockula on brooms on the Thursday before Easter or on the night between the Wednesday and Thursday before, and returning on Easter. In modern times children dress up as witches, ol ...

FPO

FPO may refer to: Field post office Freedom Party of Austria German: Freiheitliche Partei Osterreichs, FPO, a political party in Austria FPO mark, a fruit product certification mark in India Grand Bahama International Airport, in the Bahamas Flor ...

Blue veil

The Blue Veil Ingres, 1821 religious work, by French Neoclassical painter Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres Blue Veil Scobel, 2003–04 work by American painter Jenny Scobel The Blue Veil Tarbell, 1898 work by American Impressionist painter Edmund C. T ...

Black Friday

Black Friday 1945, an Allied military operation during the Norwegian campaigns in World War II Black Friday 1916, October 20, a day in which a "perfect storm" hit Lake Erie, sinking four ships Black Friday 2004, a crackdown by government forces i ...

Atonement (disambiguation)

Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, the biblical/Jewish observance Atonement in Judaism Substitutionary atonement Atonement ransom view Universal reconciliation, the doctrine that all will eventually come to salvation Atonement penal substitution v ...

Sabbatarianism (disambiguation)

Sabbatarianism may refer to: Sabbatarians First-day Sabbatarianism, one of the following Puritan Sabbatarianism, historically the first Sabbatarians, who followed the Reformed practice of the avoidance of work and recreation on the first day of t ...

Cult of the dead (disambiguation)

Cult of the dead, in ancient Akrai Cult of the dead, evidenced in the ancient Rosalia festival Cult of the dead, reflected in the Greek hero cult Cult of the dead, observances evidence in the ancient festival, Feralia Cult of the dead, evidenced ...

Ides

Ides calendar, a day in the Roman calendar that fell roughly in the middle of the month. In March, May, July, and October it was the 15th day of the month; in other months it was the 13th. Ides of March, a day in the Roman calendar that correspon ...

Wansboro v. DPP and anor

Wansboro v. DPP and anor, IESCDET 115 is an Irish Supreme Court case in which the Court ruled that granting leapfrog leave to appeal directly to the Supreme Court from the High Court under Art. 34.5.4 of the Constitution of Ireland may be appropr ...

Aperuit illis

Aperuit illis is an Apostolic Letter, by Pope Francis, issued "Motu proprio" on September 30, 2019, the Feast of Saint Jerome, instituting the annual observance of the 3rd Sunday of Ordinary Time as "Sunday of the Word of God", devoted to the cel ...

Trajanic art

Trajanic art is the artistic production of the Roman Empire during the reign of Emperor Trajan from 98 to 117. In this period, Roman art further developed the innovations of the Flavian era, coming to definitively detach itself from Hellenistic i ...

Punjab Culture Day

Punjab Culture Day, also known as Punjabi Culture Day or Sikh New Year, is a day is celebrated on 14th of March all over Punjab for the celebration and demonstration of Punjabi culture by Punjabis and Punjabi diaspora.

Migration policy of the European Union

Migration policy of the European Union - is a set of principles and measures used by member countries of the European Union aimed to regulate migration processes in the EU zone.

Founders Day

Founders Day, Founders Day, or Founders Day and variations may refer to: Founders Day South Africa, an observance and former public holiday in South Africa "Founders Day" The Vampire Diaries, a 2010 episode of the TV series The Vampire Diaries Fo ...

Tolstoy Farm

Tolstoy Farm was the first ashram initiated and organized by Mohandas Gandhi during his South African movement. Created in 1910, the ashram served as the headquarters of the campaign of satyagraha against discrimination against Indians in Transva ...

Nigerian Chrislam

Chrislam refers to the assemblage of Christian and Islamic religious practices in Nigeria. Chrislam also refers to the series of religious movements that merged Christian and Islamic religious practice during the 1970s in Lagos, Nigeria. The move ...

Mahbuba Maqsoodi

Born in Herat, Afghanistan, Mahbuba Elham Maqsoodi is the 4 th of 7 daughters born to Hafizullah. Her early childhood was, comparative to that of her contemporaries, extraordinary. This was namely due to the fact that her father, a liberal and op ...

K. A. Shaji (journalist)

K. A. Shaji is a South India-based journalist, who reports regularly on political developments, environmental issues, health, livelihood, dalit issues, tribal affairs, art, culture and developmental disparities. Traveling extensively in the most ...

The Politics of Autonomy in Latin America

The book offers a critical review and re conceptualization of the practice of autonomy, in light of the experiences of social movements that emerged in Latin America toward the end of the 20th century. People argue that conventional understanding ...

Mozdahir

It has branches in different African countries, such as Senegal, Mali, Ivory Coast, Guinea Bissau, Burkina Faso, and other countries. Mozdahir was founded in 2000 by Cherif Mohamed Aly Aidara, one of the main Shii religious leaders of Senegal. Th ...

Bro

Border Roads Organisation BRO, is the Indian military unit that maintains the army and civilian roads in border areas BRO, an abbreviation of "Big Red One", the nickname of the United States 1st Infantry Division BRO is the IATA code for Brownsvi ...

ACCU

ACCU may refer to: Accu battery, a battery that can be restored to full charge by the application of electrical energy Asia/Pacific Cultural Centre for UNESCO Autodefensas Campesinas de Cordoba y Uraba, a Colombian paramilitary group Aquarian Chr ...

Community Based Tourism in Myanmar

Community-based tourism, also known as CBT, is a kind of tourism operated and managed by the local community for the sake of the well-being of the particular community through providing a mechanism for sustainable livelihoods. It means preserving ...

Naomi Kramer

Naomi Kramer is a Canadian curator and president of the Holocaust Education and Genocide Prevention Foundation.

British military bands

Military bands in the United Kingdom are the musical units that serve for protocol and ceremonial duties as part of the British Armed Forces. They have been the basis and inspiration for many military bands in the former British Empire and the la ...

NCF

NCF may refer to: National Championship Foundation National Civic Federation, 1900–1920s US labor organization New Century Foundation, a US white supremacist organization founded in 1994 Nigeria Cricket Federation Nomenclature Committee for Fungi ...

Rwandan reproductive health

Since 2000, Rwandan reproductive health has taken numerous precautions to prevent maternal and newborn deaths among many other national health improvements. From 2006 on, major changes began in rural areas to provide community-based health insura ...

CFS

Canadian Forest Service South Australian Country Fire Service, a volunteer firefighting service Center for Financial Studies, a research institute affiliated with Goethe University Frankfurt Citizens for Sunshine, an Ohio nonprofit promoting acce ...

University Alliance in Talent Education Development

The University Alliance in Talent Education Development is the organizational body that includes 16 universities from Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong & Taiwan. It sets goals to provide the higher learning institutions with a platform to share comm ...

Eva

Eva novel, a 1988 book by Peter Dickinson Eva magazine, a Norwegian magazine Neon Genesis Evangelion franchise, an anime and manga series referred to as "Eva" Rebuild of Evangelion, theatrical continuation series beginning serialized as Eva 1.0, ...

APSA

APSA may refer to: Alto Palermo S.A., an Argentine real estate company APSA – Lineas Aereas Peruanas S.A., the national airline of Peru from 1956 to 1971, forerunner to the later Aeroperu flag carrier American Physician Scientists Association, a ...

Ukrainian Legion (Croatia)

Ukrainian Legion in Croatia - a voluntary military formation in the Independent State of Croatia, which existed during World War II and consisted of Ukrainian expatriates and nationalists who served in the Croatian Revolutionary Movement.

CSPC

CSPC may refer to: The International Stress Prevention Center, a NGO in North Israel. Community specialist palliative care Canadian Standard Product Code similar to Stock-keeping unit SKU). The Center for Sex Positive Culture in Seattle, Washingt ...

Mad Max (disambiguation)

Mad Max 2015 video game, a video game based on the franchise Mad Max 1990 video game, a video game for the NES based on Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior Mad Max soundtrack, the soundtrack for the film Mad Max series legacy and influence in popular cul ...

Neo

Neo nightclub, a Chicago nightclub opened in 1979 Neo magazine, an anime, manga and Asian film magazine published in the UK PlayStation 4 Pro codename Neo, a high end version of the PlayStation 4 console

Mangu

Mangu may refer to: Places: Mangu, Burma, a village Mangu, Iran, a village Mangu, Nigeria, a Local Government Area Mangu Station, a railway station in Seoul Mangu, Estonia, a village Mangu-dong, a dong neighborhood of Seoul, South Korea People: R ...