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Zambaless at-large congressional district

Zambaless at-large congressional district refers to the lone congressional district of the Philippines in the province of Zambales for various national legislatures before 1987. The province elected its representatives province-wide at-large from ...

Masbates at-large congressional district

Masbates at-large congressional district refers to the lone congressional district of the Philippines in the province of Masbate for various national legislatures before 1987. The province had its representatives elected or appointed province-wid ...

Cavites at-large congressional district

Cavites at-large congressional district refers to the lone congressional district of the Philippines in the province of Cavite for various national legislatures before 1987. The province elected its representatives province-wide at-large from its ...

Palawans at-large congressional district

Palawans at-large congressional district refers to the lone congressional district of the Philippines in the province of Palawan, formerly Paragua, for various national legislatures before 1987. The province elected its representatives province-w ...

Bataans at-large congressional district

Bataans at-large congressional district refers to the lone congressional district of the Philippines in the province of Bataan for various national legislatures before 1987. The province elected its representatives province-wide at-large from its ...

Igor Tuleya

Igor Zygmunt Tuleya is a Polish lawyer, judge at the district court of Warsaw and former spokesperson for this court. Hes known for his criticism on government prosecutorial practices and his protests against judicial reforms, which he sees as a ...

Dragon Age: The Masked Empire

Dragon Age: The Masked Empire is a fantasy novel released on April 8, 2014 and written by Patrick Weekes. The novel is set in the Empire of Orlais in the content of Thedas, the setting for the role-playing video game franchise Dragon Age. The Mas ...

GG

GameGuard, a hacking protection program used in some MMORPGs Gg, an alien race from the Star Control series of video games GG gaming, a slang term frequently used in multiplayer gaming at the end of a match to mean Good Game. Game Gear, a handhel ...

Mass Effect: Andromeda (book series)

The Mass Effect: Andromeda book series consists of a trilogy of science fiction novels based on the Mass Effect series of video games. The books in the series are Nexus Uprising, Initiation, and Annihilation. All three books are released in paper ...

American Memorial to Six Million Jews of Europe

The American Memorial to Six Million Jews of Europe, also referred to as the Warsaw Ghetto Memorial is a public Holocaust memorial situated at Warsaw Ghetto Memorial Plaza in Riverside Park, within the Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York City. ...

Pakbirra

Purulia district forms the lowest step of the Chota Nagpur Plateau. The general scenario is undulating land with scattered hills. Manbazar subdivision, shown in the map alongside, is located in the eastern part of the district. It is an overwhelm ...

Bardo (disambiguation)

Bardo film, a 2016 short film Bardo band, a group that represented the United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1982 Bardo album, 1981 album by Peter Michael Hamel

Fasing

FASING Plc. is a Polish multinational metal industry corporation. It is one of the largest chain manufacturers in the world, and is the largest producer of industrial chains in Central and Eastern Europe. The firms products are used, among others ...

Directorate-General of Health

The Directorate-General of Health is a division of the Portuguese public administration concerned with public health. Even though it is statutorily a service of the Ministry of Health, it is a public agency with administrative autonomy. It was cr ...

Graça Freitas

Maria da Graça Gregorio de Freitas is a Portuguese physician and public health specialist who is the current Director-General of Health, the leading spokesperson on matters of public health in Portugal, since 2018. She has work published in the f ...

DGS

Downers Grove South, an American high school. Delta Global Services, a Delta Air Lines subsidiary. District Grocery Stores, a grocery store cooperative in the Washington DC area. Department of General Services disambiguation, various American loc ...

1899 Porto plague outbreak

The 1899 Porto plague outbreak was an epidemic of bubonic plague centered in the city of Porto, in the north of Portugal. The arrival of plague in the Portuguese city of Porto signalled the first outbreak of the third plague pandemic in Europe, a ...

Pide

Pide may refer to: PIDE "Policia Internacional de Defesa do Estado or PIDE" – International and State Defense Police; later renamed "Direcção-Geral de Segurança" – General Security Directorate, the political secret police during the authoritarian ...

Presidency of the Council of Ministers (Portugal)

The Presidency of the Council of Ministers is the cabinet department of the Government of Portugal. Its mission is to provide support to the Council of Ministers, the Prime Minister and the other members of the cabinet organically integrated in t ...

The Head Hunter (2018 film)

The Head Hunter is a 2018 American fantasy horror film directed by Jordan Downy, who also co-wrote, produced, and edited the film. It stars Norwegian actor Christopher Rygh as the title character, Cora Kaufman, and Aisha Ricketts. The film center ...

PRM

Presidential Review Memorandum, a kind of national security directive from the Jimmy Carter presidency Parti de Regroupement Mauritanien or Mauritanian Regroupment Party, a former party Partidul Romania Mare or Greater Romania Party, ultra-nation ...

Rod

Switch corporal punishment, a piece of wood as used as a staff for corporal punishment, or a bundle of such switches Control rod, used to control the rate of fission in a nuclear reactor Truss rod, a steel part inside a guitar neck used for its t ...

UTC (disambiguation)

University Technical College, a type of publicly financed but independently run school in England for 14- to 19-year-old students Utah Technical College UTC, the former name of Salt Lake Community College Union of Communist Youth in Romania Unive ...

GDC

GDC may refer to: Society of Graphic Designers of Canada Georgia Department of Corrections, of the U.S. state of Georgia Game Developers Conference, an annual video game conference General Development Corporation, a defunct American real estate c ...

Minister of Defence (Russia)

The Minister of Defence of the Russian Federation is the minister responsible for the Russian Armed Forces. Marshal of Aviation Yevgeny Shaposhnikov was the last Minister of Defence of the Soviet Union. General Colonel Konstantin Kobets supported ...

Vladimir Zakharov

Vladimir Zakharov may refer to: Vladimir Grigoryevich Zakharov 1901–1956, Soviet composer Vladimir Mikhailovich Zakharov 1946–2013, Russian choreographer Vladimir Mikhailovich Zakharov biologist born 1953, Russian biologist, a member of the Civic ...

Boniface Benzinge

Boniface Benzinge is a Rwandan leader of his countrys government in pretense, which styles itself as a monarchy-in-exile. He is the chief of the Abiru, hereditary privy councillors to the Mwami of Rwanda.

One Hundred Days

One Hundred Days or 100 days may refer to: "100 Days", the first term 1834–1835 of British prime minister Robert Peel Beyond 100 Days, previously known as 100 Days, a BBC News current affairs programme "One Hundred Days", a song by Mark Lanegean ...

2020 Seychellois presidential election

The President of Seychelles is elected using the two-round system; if no candidate receives a majority of the vote in the first round, a second round is held between the top two candidates.

Governor Stevenson

Governor Stevenson may refer to: John W. Stevenson, 25th Governor of Kentucky Adlai Stevenson II, 31st Governor of Illinois James Stevenson East India Company officer, temporary district governor of Mysore in 1800 William E. Stevenson, 3rd Govern ...

Governor OBrien

Governor OBrien may refer to: Charles OBrien colonial administrator 1859–1935, Acting Governor of the Gambia from 1910 to 1912, Governor of the Seychelles from 1912 to 1918, and Governor of Barbados from 1918 to 1925 George Thomas Michael OBrien ...

Charles OBrien

Charles OBrien may refer to: Charlie OBrien racing driver born 1955, Australian racing driver Charles M. OBrien 1875–1952, Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, Canada 1909–1913 Charlie OBrien born 1960, retired American baseball player ...

Mikhail Khabarov

Mikhail Valentinovich Khabarov is a Russian businessman and manager. He is the current board president, and CEO of National Bank TRUST, an institution part of the Central Bank of Russias activities to improve the national banking system.

James Carmichael Smith (postmaster)

James Carmichael Smith was a postmaster in the Bahamas and Sierra Leone, a member of the Nassau Legislative Council and in 1887 founded the newspaper Freeman.

Governor Hill

Governor Hill may refer to: Stephen John Hill 1809–1891, Governor of the Gold Coast from 1851 to 1854, Governor of Sierra Leone from 1854 to 1863, Governor of Antigua from 1863 to 1869, and Governor of Newfoundland from 1869 to 1876 Isaac Hill 17 ...

Governor Grant

Governor Grant may refer to: John Peter Grant 1807–1893, Governor of Jamaica from 1866 to 1874 Henry Grant British Army officer 1848–1919, Governor of Malta from 1907 to 1909 Patrick Grant 1804–1895, Governor of Malta from 1867 to 1872 Alexander ...

Henry Tucker

Henry Tucker may refer to: Henry Tucker Sherbro, merchant in Sherbro, Sierra Leone Henry St George Tucker 1771–1851, Bermudian financier and official of the East India Company Henry St. George Tucker bishop 1874–1959, Bishop of the Episcopal Chur ...

Kobina Gyan

Kobina Gyan was king or ohin of Elmina between 1868 and 1873 and between 1894 and his death in 1896. Between 1873 and 1894, Kobina Gyan was exiled by the British colonial authorities for his pro-Dutch and anti-British position.

William Harding

William Harding may refer to: William L. Harding 1877–1934, Republican Governor of Iowa from 1917 to 1921, best remembered for the "Babel Proclamation" William Giles Harding 1808–1886, American heir, Southern planter, horse breeder and Confederat ...

Karl Haidinger

Karl Haidinger, was an Austrian mineralogist and geologist. From 1780 onwards, Haidinger was employed at the "Kaiserlich-Konigliches Naturalien Cabinet". One of the collections of the Cabinet was of rocks and minerals; in 1782 Karl Haidinger publ ...

2019–20 Ohio State Buckeyes womens basketball team

The 2019–20 Ohio State Buckeyes womens basketball team represented the Ohio State University during the 2019–20 NCAA Division I womens basketball season. The Buckeyes, led by 7th year head coach Kevin McGuff, played their home games at Value City ...

Slovenian Disability Rights Association

Slovenian Disability Rights Association is a disability rights organization in Slovenia. Its goals are to enhance the implementation of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and to assist persons with disabilities through awar ...

Municipality of Izola

The Municipality of Izola ; Slovene: Obcina Izola, Italian: Comune di Isola) is a municipality in the traditional region of the Littoral in southwestern Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Izola. Izola became a municipality in 1 ...

Municipality of Piran

The Municipality of Piran ; Slovene: Obcina Piran, Italian: Comune di Pirano) is a municipality in the traditional region of the Littoral in southwestern Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Piran. Piran became a municipality in ...

Municipality of Odranci

The Municipality of Odranci is a municipality in the traditional region of Prekmurje in northeastern Slovenia. Its seat and only settlement is Odranci. It was formed in 1994, when it was split from the Municipality of Lendava.

12th BRICS summit

The 2020 BRICS summit is the twelfth annual BRICS summit, an international relations conference to be attended by the heads of state or heads of government of the five member states Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. The meeting will ...

APF

Anti-Privatisation Forum, former South African body Assemblee parlementaire de la Francophonie, an international association of French-speaking parliaments American Healthcare Professionals and Friends for Medicine in Israel Anglican Pacifist Fel ...

Murder of Fatima Cecilia

On 11 February 2020, Fatima Cecilia, a seven-year-old girl, disappeared, and four days later, on 15 February, was found dead in a garbage bag in a vacant lot in Tlahuac, Mexico City, Mexico with signs of physical violence and sexual abuse. The mu ...

Punica case

Punica case is the name given to the police operation carried out by the Central Operational Unit of the Guardia Civil, at the request of the judge of the Spanish National Court, Eloy Velasco. On 27 October 2014, 51 politicians, councillors, civi ...

Director of the National Intelligence Centre (Spain)

The Director of the National Intelligence Centre, officially Secretary of State-Director of the National Intelligence Centre is the head of the National Intelligence Centre, the main intelligence agency of Spain. The SED is appointed by the Monar ...