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Riff (disambiguation)

Resource Interchange File Format Rajasthan International Folk Festival Rome Independent Film Festival Riverside International Film Festival Reykjavik International Film Festival

Gazza (disambiguation)

Argus Filch, from the Harry Potter series, known in Italian as Argus Gazza magpie

BHA

British Homeopathic Association British Humanist Association Bush Heritage Australia Buddha Air, a Nepalese airline, ICAO code BHA Brighter Horizons Academy, an Islamic college in Garland, Texas, U.S. British Horseracing Authority Boston Housing ...

Surma

Surma may refer to: Surma, Tripura, an assembly constituency within the Tripura East Lok Sabha constituency, India Kohl cosmetics, an eyelash dye and eye cosmetic Surma, Nepal Surma Finnish mythology, a beast which guards the gates of the Underwo ...

Space race (disambiguation)

The Space Race was a competition between the United States and the Soviet Union to explore outer space. Space race, Space Racer, and their derivations may also refer to:

Filthy Rich

Filthy Rich may refer to: Filthy Rich comics, a 2009 original graphic novel written by Brian Azzarello Filthy Rich 1982 TV series, a 1982 television series starring Dixie Carter and Delta Burke Filthy Rich 2020 TV series, an upcoming American ser ...

Longmore

Longmore may refer to: People Roy Longmore 1894-2001, an Australian centenarian and World War I veteran, and one of the last two living veterans of the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps Paul K. Longmore 1946-2010, an American college professor ...

Ria Tikini

Ria Tikini or Ria Te Kini, also known as Mrs Chicken, was a businesswoman, cultural informant, and midwife from Kāi Tahu and Kāti Mamoe descent. She was an informant for ethnographer William Anderson Taylors work on Kāi Tahu history, and is credi ...

Bessie Blomfield

Elizabeth Blomfield was a New Zealand artist. Her work is held in the permanent collection of the Hocken Collections, Dunedin.

William Warren (journalist)

William Warren was the fifth mayor of Queenstown, New Zealand. He was born in Royston, England. His father John was also a journalist. William followed the gold rush to Victoria and then Otago. In 1864 he acquired, initially in partnership with R ...

Hugh Lambie (mayor)

Hugh Drummond Lambie was a New Zealand politician and farmer. He is known as the father of Manukau City and having a record of generosity, courtesy, integrity and vision.

Martin Thompson (New Zealand artist)

Martin Thompson is a New Zealand artist. A self-taught artist, Thompson has gained fame in the world of outsider art for his grid-like drawings, created from plane fractals. A mathematical savant, Thompson calculates the formula needed for each a ...

Witarina Harris

Witarina Te Miriarangi Parewahaika Harris was a New Zealand Māori film actress, Māori language advocate, entertainer and public servant. She featured in the 1929 Universal Pictures silent film Under the Southern Cross as the heroine Princess Miro ...

1959 Birthday Honours (New Zealand)

The 1959 Queens Birthday Honours in New Zealand, celebrating the official birthday of Elizabeth II, were appointments made by the Queen on the advice of the New Zealand government to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works b ...

George Leslie

George Leslie may refer to: George Leslie footballer 1907–1986, English footballer George Dunlop Leslie 1835–1921, English genre painter, author and illustrator George Cunningham Leslie 1920–1988, Royal Naval officer George Farquhar Leslie 1820–1 ...

1962 Birthday Honours (New Zealand)

The 1962 Queens Birthday Honours in New Zealand, celebrating the official birthday of Elizabeth II, were appointments made by the Queen on the advice of the New Zealand government to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works b ...

Arthur Thomas

Arthur Thomas footballer 1938–2007, for Linfield F.C. from Ballymena United F.C. in November 1965 Arthur Thomas baseball 1864–?, African-American baseball catcher and first baseman Arthur Thomas Cambridge University cricketer 1816–1895, English c ...

Walter Brown

Walt Brown Walter Frederick Brown, born 1926, Oregon state senator, Socialist Party USA presidential candidate Walter Brown, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 1827–1829 Walter B. Brown 1920–1998, American politician and businessman from South Carolina W ...

Thomas Mann (disambiguation)

Thomas Mann was a German author, essayist, and Nobel Prize laureate. Thomas Mann may also refer to: Thomas Mann actor born 1991, American actor, Project X Thomas Mann politician born 1946, German politician CDU and Member of the European Parliame ...

Penrose

Penrose, Philadelphia, a neighborhood in the United States Penrose, Colorado, a town in the United States Penrose, Arlington, Virginia, a neighborhood in the United States Penrose, New Zealand, a suburb of Auckland Penrose, New South Wales Wingec ...

Dominick DiOrio

Dominick DiOrio is an American composer and conductor. He is an associate professor of choral conducting at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music and serves as the conductor of NOTUS, the Contemporary Vocal Ensemble, the fourth person sin ...

Avenal McKinnon

Avenal Beryl Elizabeth McKinnon is an art historian and writer from New Zealand. She was the founding director of the New Zealand Portrait Gallery Te Pūkena Whakaata.

Edna Pahewa

Edna Pahewa is a New Zealand weaver. She is part of the tribes of Te Arawa, Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Tūhourangi, Ngāti Wahiao and Ngāti Umutahi. Her work is held in the permanent collection of Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.

Becky Lavelle

Becky Lavelle is a former professional triathlete, race director, competitive runner, and coach. As a professional triathlete, she had over 50 career wins in Olympic and Half-Ironman distance races.

Sons Of The Caliphate

Sons of the Caliphate is a Nigerian political thriller drama television series created and produced by Dimbo Atiya, directed by Kenneth Gyang and executive produced by Mo Abudu of the Ebonyi Life TV. It originally aired on Ebonyi Life TV for two ...

Abimbola Alale

Abimbola Alale is a Nigerian Satellite Technologist. In 2016, she was appointed as the Chief Executive Officer for Nigerian Communications Satellite Limited by Goodluck Jonathan, former president of Nigeria. She was re-appointed in 2019 for anoth ...

Humanist (disambiguation)

Humanist may refer to: Humanist Movement, international volunteer organisation linked to Silo Mario Rodriguez Cobos, sometimes referred to as New Humanism Humanist journal, a magazine published by the Norwegian Humanist Association Humanistic alb ...

HEF

Hef or HEF may refer to: High Envelope Filter Hope Educational Foundation, in South Africa A common abbreviation of Hearty-Eye-Face, an extended description of a widely used emoji depicting a face with two hearts in place of eyes. Norwegian Human ...

PHS

Peninsula Humane Society, for animal welfare in San Mateo County, California, US Pennsylvania Horticultural Society Partido Humanista da Solidariedade Humanist Party of Solidarity, a Brazilian political party

Stephanie C. Werner

Stephanie C. Werner is a German geologist and planetologist, known for her work on Mars and the Arctic. She is a professor in the Centre for Earth Evolution and Dynamics of the University of Oslo in Norway. Her research has included the discovery ...

Espen Rostrup Nakstad

Espen Rostrup Nakstad is a Norwegian doctor and author from Skjetten who is currently the assistant director of the Norwegian Directorate for Health and Social Affairs. He has received significant positive attention for his response to the COVID- ...

Silje Oyre Slind

Silje Oyre Slind is a Norwegian cross-country skier. She made her World Cup debut in the 2011–12 season opener at Sjusjoen, finishing 32nd. She collected several World Cup points in the 2014–15 season, recording sixth and eight places in Rybinsk ...

Astrid Oyre Slind

Astrid Oyre Slind is a Norwegian cross-country skier. She competed at the 2009, 2010 and 2011 Junior World Championships U23 class. In 2009 she won the silver medal in the 15 km pursuit, and in 2010 the gold medal in the same event. At the 2013 W ...

Royal Court

Royal Court, the name of the Royal Palace in the Oman city of Seeb Court royal, the household and entourage of a monarch or other ruler, the princely court

Debendra Nath Ghosh

Debendra Nath Ghosh was a Bangladeshi politician from Barisal. He was elected as a member of the East Bengal Legislative Assembly in 1954.

Fakir Muhammad Lashari

Fakir Muhammad Lashari was a renowned Pakistani journalist, poet and intellectual from Sindh, Pakistan.

Nadeem Askar

Nadeem Askar is a human rights activist and one of the leaders of the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement from Janikhel in Bannu, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. Formerly, Askar was a youth worker of Awami National Party and leader of the students union Mutta ...

Mulla Behram

Mulla Behram Akhund is an Islamic scholar, activist, and one of the leaders of the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement. He is also a supporter of the human rights organization Voice for Baloch Missing Persons, which campaigns against enforced disappearances ...

Hanif Pashteen

On 6 November 2018, police raided Pashteens house to arrest him for his role in organizing a PTM public gathering in Bannu on 28 October. Although Pashteen was not home, the police detained two of his younger cousins on his behalf, Farid Ullah an ...

Ayesha Chundrigar

Ayesha Chundrigar is a Pakistani animal rights activist, entrepreneur and journalist. She is founder of the Ayesha Chundrigar Foundation, a non profit animal rescue organization based in Karachi, Pakistan.

Goya (disambiguation)

Goya TV series, a 2015 Pakistani television series Goya Awards, a film award in Spain Goya or the Hard Way to Enlightenment, a 1971 East German film

Callao (Anna Carina song)

The song was released on January 11, 2019 along with a lyric video and was written by Anna Carina along with Oscarcito, Antonio Barullo, and Dale Play who have composed for big acts such as Thalia and Jennifer Lopez. Although the songs title is t ...

Shapell

David Shapell 1921-2015, Polish-born American Holocaust survivor, real estate developer and philanthropist from Los Angeles, California. Nathan Shapell 1922–2007, Polish-born American Holocaust survivor, real estate developer and philanthropist f ...

Red Dwarf: The Promised Land

Red Dwarf: The Promised Land is a 2020 British science-fiction comedy television film and the thirteenth installment of the British science-fiction sitcom, Red Dwarf. The movie sees the Red Dwarf crew of Dave Lister Charles, Arnold Rimmer Barrie, ...

Marie Curie Medal

The Marie Curie-Sklodowska Medal is a Polish annual science award conferred by the Polish Chemical Society to scientists working permanently abroad for contributions in the field of chemistry.

Marian Smoluchowski Medal

The Marian Smoluchowski Medal is a Polish annual science award conferred by the Polish Physical Society for contributions in the field of physics.

Mariza Dias Costa

Mariza Dias Costa was a Guatemalan-Brazilian political cartoonist and illustrator who influenced her genre with her novel approach.

FCG

FC Gundelfingen, an association football club in Germany FC Goa, an association football club in India FC Gratkorn, an association football club in Austria FC Gutersloh 2000, an association football club in Germany

FAU

Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism of the University of Chile Architecture and Urbanism College of University of São Paulo Portuguese: Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo da Universidade de São Paulo University of Erlangen-Nuremberg German: Fr ...

Peludo

Peludo or El Peludo may refer to: Peludos, a group of boys in the television series TV Colosso Hipolito Yrigoyen, the political leader that Cristiani satirized as El Peludo El Peludo, a character created by Argentine animation director and cartoo ...