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List of State Register of Heritage Places in the Shire of Peppermint Grove

This is a list of State Register of Heritage Places in the Shire of Peppermint Grove, Western Australia. The State Register of Heritage Places is maintained by the Heritage Council of Western Australia. As of 2020, 177 places are heritage-listed ...

List of State Register of Heritage Places in the City of Swan

This is a list of State Register of Heritage Places in the City of Swan, Western Australia. The State Register of Heritage Places is maintained by the Heritage Council of Western Australia. As of 2020, 645 places are heritage-listed in the City o ...

Main Post Office

Main Post Office may refer to: United States Old Chicago Main Post Office Old Athens, Alabama Main Post Office in Athens, Alabama Main Post Office and Federal Building Oakland, California, listed on the NRHP in Alameda County Oconto Main Post Off ...

Public ministry

Public ministry of Jesus Public ministers in Christian churches, such as pastors and priests. This term is used especially in State Churches or churches derived from State Churches, where the position is given a similar term as Civil servants and ...

Philip Jones

Phil Jones curler active 2008, Welsh sportsman Phil Jones footballer, born 1992, English footballer who plays for Manchester United Phil Jones American football born 1946, American football coach Phil Jones rugby born 1977, English rugby league a ...

Edgar Anstey (psychologist)

Dr. Edgar Anstey was a British Civil Service psychologist who worked for the Ministry of Defence and who is most noted for his incidental role during the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962.

Foreign secretary

Foreign secretary may refer to: Foreign Secretary Sri Lanka, the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Foreign Secretary Pakistan, the senior civil servant in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Foreign Secretary India, the senior ci ...

Federal Service for Supervision in the Sphere of Healthcare (Russia)

Federal Service for Supervision of Healthcare) is the federal service of the Russian Federation that exercises control and supervision functions in the field of health care. Until 2012, the Federal Service for Supervision of Health and Social Dev ...

Tafazzul Siddiqui

Tafazzul Hussain Siddiqui was a Pakistani naval officer, journalist, Vice-chairperson of Pakistan Press International, and seventh director-general of Inter-Services Public Relations served from April 1977 to July 1985.

Sajjad Saleem Hotiana

Sajjad Saleem Hotiana is a retired Pakistani civil servant who served in BPS-22 grade as Chief Secretary Sindh. Hotiana also served as Chief Secretary Gilgit Baltistan. He is currently a member of Punjab Public Service Commission since February 1 ...

Shoaib Mir Memon

Shoaib Mir Memon is a retired Pakistani civil servant who served in BPS-22 grade as the Education Secretary of Pakistan and Chief Secretary Balochistan. Memon belongs to the Pakistan Administrative Service and was promoted to the rank of Federal ...

CSD

Cleveland School District, public school district in Cleveland, Mississippi Consejo Superior de Deportes Higher Sports Council, Spanish national sports agency Cordova School District, school district in Cordova, Alaska Communication Service for t ...

Clement Nwankwo

Clement Okechukwu Nwankwo born is a Nigerian lawyer, human rights and prodemocracy activist advocating for good governance and democracy in Nigeria. He is the Executive Director of Policy and Legal Advocacy Centre. He is recognised as the first N ...

Policy and Legal Advocacy Centre

Policy and Legal Advocacy Centre is a Nigerian independent non-profit and non-partisan civil society organisation that works to strengthen democratic governance, citizens’ participation and engagement with public institutions in Nigeria. PLAC adv ...

Deputy Governor of Imo State

The Deputy Governor of Imo State is the political running-mate of the Governor. He serves as the second-in-command to the governor and hes also the second executive officer of the State.On 15 January 2020, Placid Njoku was sworn in as Deputy Gove ...

Lawrence Ewhrudjakpo

Lawrence Oborawharievwo Ewhrudjakpo is a Nigerian politician who serves as the Deputy Governor of Bayelsa State. He was the senator representing Bayelsa west senatorial district of Bayelsa State at the 9th National Assembly.

SCA

Spinocerebellar ataxia, a neurological condition Sudden cardiac arrest, a condition in which the heart suddenly stops beating, leading to Sudden Cardiac Death Superior cerebellar artery, a major blood supplier to the cerebellum Sickle cell diseas ...

Massachusetts House of Representatives 11th Norfolk district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 11th Norfolk district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Norfolk County. Democrat Paul McMurtry of Dedh ...

M. A. Adikari

Adikari Mudiyanselage Appuhamy, Adikari was a Ceylonese landowner, businessman and politician. Adikari was born on 26 December 1920 and was educated at Maliyadeva College, Kurunegala, Nalanda College, Colombo and Pembroke Academy, Colombo. He was ...

Nimal Karunatilake

Hettiarachchige Nimal Chandrasoma Karunatillake was a Ceylonese journalist, author and politician. Karunatillake served as a press officer for the Prime Minister Dudley Senanayake and he also worked as a journalist at Lankadeepa. He was elected t ...

Mah Hang Soon

Dato Dr. Mah Hang Soon is a Malaysian politician who is currently the deputy president of Malaysian Chinese Association, a major component party of Barisan Nasional coalition. He is picked by the eight Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin to serve as ...

1854 Cardiganshire by-election

The 1854 Cardiganshire by-election was a parliamentary by-election held on 22 February 1854 for the British House of Commons constituency of Cardiganshire.

Golden Gate (disambiguation)

Golden Gate Highlands National Park, in South Africa

Carin Visser

Carin Visser is a South African politician. Since 2019 she has been serving as a Delegate of the National Council of Provinces representing North West. She was previously a Member of the North West Provincial Legislature from 2018 to 2019 and a M ...

Quintuple Coalition

The Quintuple Coalition refers to the electoral alliance of five revolutionary groups contesting in the 1979 Iranian Constitutional Convention election. The groups in coalition had Islamic and radical orientations. After the elections, the coalit ...

Daniel Davis (disambiguation)

Dan Davis broadcaster born 1942, American radio personality Daniel Davis Jr. 1813–1887, photographer Danny Davis country musician 1925–2008, American country music band leader, trumpet player and vocalist Daniel Davis, pseudonym used by Ed Wood i ...

James Foster

James Foster may refer to: James Foster economist born 1955, American economist, known for Foster–Greer–Thorbecke indices James Foster Mormon 1786–1841, early leader in the Latter Day Saint movement James Foster, Libertarian candidate in the 2016 ...

1941 United States Senate elections

There were three special elections to the United States Senate in 1941 during the 77th United States Congress. In these elections, the winners were elected in 1941 after January 3; sorted by election date.

Uncontested election

An uncontested election is an election in which the number of candidates is the same or less than the number of places available for election, so that all candidates are guaranteed to be elected. An uncontested single-winner election is one where ...

2018 New Hampshire elections

New Hampshire state elections in 2018 were held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, with the primary elections being held on June 5, 2018. Voters elected 2 members to the United States House of Representatives, the Governor of New Hampshire, all five m ...

2016 New Hampshire Senate election

The 2016 New Hampshire Senate election was held on November 8, 2016, concurrently with the elections for the New Hampshire House of Representatives, to elect members to the 165th New Hampshire General Court. All 24 seats in the New Hampshire Sena ...

List of elections in 1803

1803 Connecticuts at-large congressional district special election 1803 Georgias at-large congressional district special election 1803 United States House of Representatives elections in Kentucky 1803 United States House of Representatives electi ...

Ewan Law

Ewan Law was a British politician, MP for Westbury and Newtown. He was baptised on 30 October 1747, the son of Edmund Law, later Bishop of Carlisle. Entering the East India Company in Bengal in 1763, Law rose through the ranks, joining the counci ...

John Denison (MP)

John Denison was Member of Parliament for the English constituencies of Wootton Bassett, Colchester, and Minehead. He was the second son of John Wilkinson, factor at Blackwell Hall in London for Potterton, West Riding of Yorkshire, and his wife A ...

List of elections in 1805

1805 elections in the United States by state 1805 United States House of Representatives elections 1805 United States Senate elections 1805 Pennsylvanias 11th congressional district special election 1805 Tennessee gubernatorial election 1805 Nort ...

1867 in Germany

February 12 - North German federal election, 1867 Date unknown - Germanischer Lloyd was founded. August 31 - North German federal election, August 1867 Date unknown - Volume I of Das Kapital by Karl Marx was published in Hamburg by Verlag Otto Me ...

1936 North Carolina gubernatorial election

The 1936 North Carolina gubernatorial election was held on November 3, 1936. Democratic nominee Clyde R. Hoey defeated Republican nominee Gilliam Grissom with 66.69% of the vote.

William Hoffman

William Hoffman may refer to: Bill Hoffman bowling born 1971, ten-pin bowler Billy Hoffman singer, American country music artist Bill Hoffman baseball 1918–2004, American baseball player Bill Hoffman, one of the original developers of CMake and V ...

1962 Rhode Island gubernatorial election

The 1962 Rhode Island gubernatorial election was held on November 6, 1962. Republican nominee John Chafee defeated Democratic incumbent John A. Notte Jr. with 50.06% of the vote.

1923 Kentucky gubernatorial election

The 1923 Kentucky gubernatorial election was held on November 6, 1923. Democratic nominee William J. Fields defeated Republican nominee Charles I. Dawson with 53.25% of the vote.

1972 New Hampshire gubernatorial election

The 1972 New Hampshire gubernatorial election was held on November 7, 1972. Incumbent Republican Governor Walter R. Peterson Jr. was defeated for renomination in the Republican primary. Republican nominee Meldrim Thomson Jr. defeated Democratic n ...

1927 Kentucky gubernatorial election

The 1927 Kentucky gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1927. Republican nominee Flem D. Sampson defeated Democratic nominee J. C. W. Beckham with 52.09% of the vote.

1935 Kentucky gubernatorial election

The 1935 Kentucky gubernatorial election was held on November 5, 1935. Democratic nominee Happy Chandler defeated Republican nominee King Swope with 60.79% of the vote.

1939 Kentucky gubernatorial election

The 1939 Kentucky gubernatorial election was held on November 7, 1939. Incumbent Democrat Keen Johnson defeated Republican nominee King Swope with 56.51% of the vote.

1970 New Hampshire gubernatorial election

The 1970 New Hampshire gubernatorial election was held on November 3, 1970. Incumbent Republican Governor Walter R. Peterson Jr. defeated Democratic nominee Roger J. Crowley with 45.99% of the vote.

David Melville

David Melville may refer to: David Melville footballer, Scottish footballer David Melville priest 1813–1904, British priest and academic David Leslie-Melville, 8th Earl of Leven 1785–1860, Scottish peer and admiral David Melville academic born 19 ...

Steve Heller

Steve, Steven or Stephen Heller may refer to: Steven Heller design writer born 1950, American art director, journalist, critic, author, and editor on graphic design Steve Heller fiction, American author of The Automotive History of Lucky Kellerma ...

David Fox

David Fox may refer to: David G. Fox, U.S. Army officer David Spencer Fox 1817–1901, American politician David Fox, a pseudonym of Isabel Ostrander David Fox swimmer born 1971, member of the USA 1996 Olympic team Sir David Scott Fox 1910–1985, Br ...

2020 Maine State Senate election

The 2020 Maine State Senate election will be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, with the primary election being held on July 14, 2020. Voters in all 35 districts of the Maine State Senate will elect their senators. The elections will coincide wit ...

John Haggerty (disambiguation)

John Haggerty, a political candidate who lost the 2014 California Attorney General primary election John K. Hagerty 1867-1945, Pennsylvania State Representative for Delaware County 1921-1922 John A. Haggerty 1841–1910, Wisconsin state legislator ...