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Terrorist Offenders (Restriction of Early Release) Act 2020

The Terrorist Offenders Act 2020 is an act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that makes legal provision for ending the practice of releasing individuals convicted of terrorism offences from prison after they have served half of their custod ...

2001 Saint Paul mayoral election

The 2001 Saint Paul mayoral election in the U.S. state of Minnesota held a scheduled primary election on the 11th of September and a general election on the 6th of November. Incumbent mayor Norm Coleman had opted against seeking a third term. The ...

2001 (disambiguation)

2001: A Space Odyssey novel, the science-fiction novel written by Arthur C. Clarke 2001: A Space Odyssey, including 2001: A Space Odyssey soundtrack, soundtrack recording from the Kubrick film 2001: A Space Odyssey score, the unused score for the ...

The Space Between (disambiguation)

The Space Between is a 2001 song by the Dave Matthews Band. The Space Between may also refer to: The Space Between 2017 film, 2017 Canadian film The Space Between, a 2013 novella in the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon The Space Between 2011 fi ...

Space Wing

Several units of the United States Air Force involved in outer space duties are designated as Space Wings: 2d Space Wing 1985-1992 a unit of the USAF Space Command 1st Space Wing 1982-1992 a unit of the USAF Space Command 91st Space Wing 1997-200 ...

Abdul Matin

Abdul Matin may refer to: Prince Mateen Bolkiah b.1991, also known as Prince Abdul Mateen of Brunei Abdul Matin poet died 1938, poet, author, statesman, administrator Abdul Matin Taliban leader c. 1960–2008, Taliban leader who was killed in comba ...

War on Terror (disambiguation)

The War on Terror may refer to the following: War on Terrorism - Russian Empires crackdown on the Anarchist Wave of the Nihilist movement in late 19th and early 21st century War on terror - counter-terrorism policies and efforts by various countr ...

1995 European Mountain Running Trophy

The 1995 European Mountain Running Trophy was the inaugural edition of the annual international mountain running competition between European countries, organised by the World Mountain Running Association. It was held on 15 July in Valleraugue, F ...

Millennium City

Millennium City may refer to: A setting in the role playing games Champions and Champions Online Millennium City, Hong Kong, a group of buildings in Hong Kong Millennium City incident, occurred in Sri Lanka in 2002 A shopping and residential comp ...

Space monkey

Space monkey may refer to: Monkeys in space, monkeys launched into space In music: Space Monkeys, a 1990s band from Manchester, England Captain Simian & the Space Monkeys, an American animated television series Space Monkey band, a 1980s British ...

Space Rangers

Space Rangers could also mean the designation of the Ranger incarnation from Power Rangers in Space. Space Rangers TV series, a 1993 television series about a small police force in 2104 at Planet Avalons Fort Hope. Buzz Lightyear, a space ranger ...

Space command

Joint Functional Component Command for Space, a former component of U.S. Strategic Command Naval Space Command, a former military command of the U.S. Navy 1983–2002 United States Army Space and Missile Defense Command, a major command of the U.S. ...

Lost in Space (disambiguation)

Lost in Space film, a 1998 film based on the TV series Lost in Space 2018 TV series, a remake of the 1965 TV series ”Lost in Space” American Dad!, an episode of American Dad!

Auxiliary normed space

In functional analysis, two methods of constructing normed spaces from disks were systematically employed by Alexander Grothendieck to define nuclear operators and nuclear spaces. One method is used if the disk D is bounded: in this case, the aux ...

Empty space

Free space, a perfect vacuum as expressed in the classical physics model In mathematical physics, the homogeneous equation may correspond to a physical theory formulated in empty space Vacuum, a volume of space that is essentially empty of matter ...

Space Invaders (disambiguation)

Space Invaders: Invasion Day, a 2003 video game developed by Taito Space Invaders Get Even, a 2008 spin-off of the original arcade game for the Wii Space Invaders Extreme, a 2008 remake of the original arcade game for the Nintendo DS

Syed Ahmed

Syed Ahmed may refer to: Syed Khaled Ahmed born 1992, Bangladeshi cricketer Syed Jamil Ahmed, Bangladeshi scholar and theatre director Syed Imran Ahmed born 1962, Pakistani politician Syed Anwar Ahmed born 1991, Indian television actor and film p ...

Tada

Tada, Nellore district, a village in Andhra Pradesh, India Tada mandal, in Nellore, Andhra Pradesh, India Tada Station disambiguation Tada Shrine, in Kawanishi, Hyōgo, Japan

Terrorist (disambiguation)

Terrorists: The Kids They Sentenced, a 2003 Swedish documentary film The Terrorists film or Ransom, a 1974 UK film starring Sean Connery The Terrorist 1994 film, an Egyptian film The Terrorist 1963 film, an Italian war drama film The Terrorist 19 ...

IPT

Intermittent preventive therapy, a public health intervention Interpersonal psychotherapy Insulin potentiation therapy, an unproven alternative cancer treatment

Space Opera (disambiguation)

Space Opera Valente novel, a science fiction/humour novel by Catherynne M. Valente Space Opera, a 1961 short story written by Ray Russell Space Opera 1996 anthology, a 1996 science fiction collection of short stories and novelettes edited by Anne ...

2005 Womens Australian Hockey League

The 2005 Womens Australian Hockey League was the 13th edition womens field hockey tournament. The tournament was held between 25 February – 10 April 2005. QLD Scorchers won the tournament for the second time after defeating WA Diamonds 3–1 in the ...

Space Chase

Space Chase may refer to: Spacechase, an Atari 2600 video game Space Chase USA, a 2019 American PBS television film documentary about the Apollo space program and its effects on a small Florida town. Space Chase, the pre-production name for telev ...

The Space Between Us

The Space Between Us may refer to: The Space Between Us film, a 2017 American science fiction film about a teen who is born on Mars and travels to Earth The Space Between Us, a 2011 composition by David A. Jaffe The Space Between Us, a 2014 Engli ...

LB-space

In mathematics, an LB -space is a topological vector space V that is a locally convex inductive limit of a countable inductive system {\displaystyle } of Banach spaces. This means that V is a direct limit of the system {\displaystyle \left} in th ...

Tourism in Niger

There is relatively limited tourism in Niger. Most of the tourism industry is in the north, where the city of Agadez allows access to the desert. Other places that see tourism are the capital city, Niamey, areas around the Niger River, and reserv ...

2007 Balearic Island Council elections

The 2007 Balearic Island Council elections were held on Sunday, 27 May 2007, to elect the 8th Island Councils of Mallorca and Menorca and the 1st Island Councils of Formentera and Ibiza. All 72 seats in the four Island Councils were up for electi ...

Head over Heels

Head over Heels 2007 film, a film nominated for Best Short Animation at the 61st British Academy Film Awards Head over Heels American TV series, a 1997 sitcom Head over Heels 1979 film or Chilly Scenes of Winter, an American drama Head over Heels ...

Scheduled offence

Scheduled offence may refer to: Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002, India - dealing with the proceeds of crime of scheduled offences Terrorism Act 2000, United Kingdom - scheduled offences may have juryless trials Anti-Terrorism Amendment O ...

Dead space

Dead Space video game 2008 Dead Space comics, a 2008 comic book prequel Dead Space soundtrack, an album related to the above series Dead Space series, a series of third-person survival horror video games Dead Space mobile game, a 2011 third-perso ...

Space folding

Space folding is a fictional method of instant space travel whereby the space folds so that the start and end points of the trip coincide/touch, and the travel takes no time. In the Dune franchise created by Frank Herbert, space folding is depict ...

White space

Whitespace characters, characters in computing that represent horizontal or vertical space Whitespace programming language, an esoteric programming language White spaces database, a mechanism to enable utilization of the allocated but locally unu ...

Inner space

InnerSPACE 2009 - 2018, a Canadian television show Innerspace video game 2018, an adventure video game Operation: Inner Space 1994, a computer game Innerspace 1987, a sci-fi comedy film Taylors Inner Space 1974, a television series by Ron and Val ...

Deliver Us from Evil

Deliver Us from Evil 2006 film, a 2006 film about pedophile priest Oliver OGrady Deliver Us from Evil 2014 film, a 2014 horror film by Scott Derrickson Deliver Us from Evil 2009 film, a 2009 film by Danish director Ole Bornedal Deliver Us from Ev ...

Netherlands Maritime Special Operations Forces

The Netherlands Maritime Special Operations Forces is the special forces unit of the Marine Corps of the Royal Netherlands Navy. It is one of the three principal units tasked with special operations in the Netherlands of the Royal Netherlands Arm ...

Space and Time

Space and Time or Time and Space, or variation, may refer to: Philosophy of space and time Space and time or time and space or spacetime, any mathematical model that combines space and time into a single interwoven continuum

Hatam al-Sami

Hatam Mohammed Alir al-Sami was an Iranian terrorist, mostly known for being a planner of the September 11 attacks, along with Osama Bin Laden. On August 28, 2001, A video of bin Laden and al-Sami was taken at one of bin Ladens hideouts in Pakist ...

Crescent City

"The Crescent City", popular nickname for New Orleans, Louisiana Crescent City, Illinois Crescent City, Florida Crescent Mills, California, formerly named Crescent City Crescent City, California

Contest

The Contest, episode of Lassie 1954 Contest 2013 film, an American film "Contest" Bottom, an episode of the British sitcom Bottom The Contest, episode of Harrys Law 2012 The Con Test, an Australian game show which airs on Network Ten "The Contest ...

Claire Ouedraogo

Claire Ouedraogo is a nun and an anti female genital mutilation activist in Burkina Faso. She became the President of the Songmanegre Association for Women’s Development and one of her countrys Ambassador of Peace. She was chosen as an Internatio ...

Special Intervention Detachment

The Special Intervention Detachment is a special forces unit of the Gendarmerie Nationale. It specializes in the fight against terrorism, the release of hostages and the close protection of high-ranking personalities. In 2013, it participated in ...

Joey De Jesus

Joey De Jesus is a Puerto Rican writer, performer, community activist, and political candidate. Their work includes the poetry collection NOCT: The Threshold of Madness, which was a selection of the 2019 Atlas Review chapbook contest, and the poe ...

Assembly of Greeks

Assembly of Greeks is a far-right, ultranationalist Greek political party. It was founded by Artemis Sorras. Since its foundation, it remains attached to the Ancient Greek religion, which is considered as "pure Greek" religion from the party. Eve ...

Vinyl

Vinyl may refer to: Polyvinyl chloride PVC, a particular vinyl polymer Vinyl composition tile, floortiles Vinyl polymer, a group of polymers derived from vinyl monomers Vinyl group, a class of organic molecules in chemistry Vinyl siding, an outer ...

James Linton (hacker)

James Linton is a social engineer and email prankster known for duping high profile celebrities and politicians. For five months in 2016 through to 2017, the "lazy anarchist" known by the Twitter alias SINON_REBORN created over 150 look-alike ema ...

Laura Holgate

Laura S. H. Holgate was the United States of America Ambassador to the United Nations from 2016 to 2017. While she was NSC Senior Director for WMD Terrorism and Threat Reduction, she and Gary Samore first implemented Gift basket diplomacy.

Wolfs Lair (book)

Wolfs Lair is a 2017 Indian military geopolitical thriller written by Mayank Singh. The book was distributed among all the 3000 military libraries across the country after passing the Indian Army review process. The novel is set in the backdrop o ...

Recursive islands and lakes

Until 2020, Vulcan Point was an island that existed in Main Crater Lake on Volcano Island in Lake Taal on Luzon in the Philippines. Main Crater Lake evaporated during the 2020 Taal Volcano eruption.

Michael Sheehan

Mike or Michael Sheehan may refer to: Michael Sheehan politician, Irish independent politician Michael Sheehan Coadjutor Archbishop of Sydney 1870–1945, Gaelic author aka Micheal O Siothchain Michael Sheehan hurler, Irish hurler, see Cork Minor H ...

Mongolarachne chaoyangensis

Mongolarachne chaoyangensis is a dubious species of crayfish discovered in the Yixian Formation in China, known from a single, poorly preserved specimen. If it were to be properly described as a new species, the genus name would have to be change ...