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David Mack

David Mack may refer to: David S. Mack born 1941, American businessman David Mack rower, American lightweight rower David Mack politician born 1953, South Carolina politician David W. Mack born 1972, American comic book artist and writer David Al ...

Yucatan (disambiguation)

Yucatan is a Mexican state. Yucatan also commonly refers to Yucatan Peninsula, an area divided between Mexico, Belize and Guatemala Yucatan or Yucatan may also refer to:

Dina (disambiguation)

Dina, Pakistan, a town in the Punjab Dina Tehsil, the district surrounding the town Dina, Alberta, a locality in Canada Dina, a village in India where Guru Gobind Singh wrote the letter Zafarnamah

William Sanders

William Sanders may refer to: Billy Sanders 1955–1985, Australian international speedway rider William Edward Sanders 1883–1917, New Zealand Victoria Cross recipient William Sanders statistician 1942–2017, senior research fellow with the Universi ...

Goold v Collins and Ors

Goold v Collins and Ors 7 JIC 1201 is an Irish Supreme Court case in which the Court ruled that a statutory provisions constitutionality may be reviewed only at the behest of a litigant who is contesting some current application of that provision.

John Gilmore

John Gilmore may refer to: John Gilmore writer 1935–2016, American true crime writer, author of Hollywood memoirs, and novelist John Gilmore activist born 1955, co-founder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Cygnus Solutions John C. Gilmore ...

6ix Rising

6IX RISING is a Canadian documentary film about the hip hop culture in Canada. The film was released on November 16, 2017, distributed by Vice Medias online channel Noisey and made in collaboration with Nicolas Girard and Rafael Ruiz for Worship ...

Bederev v Ireland

Bederev v Ireland, 2 ILRM 340 is an Irish Supreme Court case which overturned the Court of Appeals decision that declared s 2 of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1977 unconstitutional on the grounds that it infringed on the exclusive authority of the Oire ...

Johnson v. United States

Johnson v. United States may refer to the following opinions of the Supreme Court of the United States: Johnson v. United States 1895, 157 U.S. 320 1895, an 1895 opinion Johnson v. United States 2010, 559 U.S. 133 2010, a decision involving the A ...

Digital kidnapping

Digital kidnapping is the theft of a minors photos, posing as them, or posing as their parents. DK is commonly done to reveal private or sensitive information that negatively impacts the childs life, making it difficult to gain acceptance to coll ...

Shirley Scheier

Shirley Scheier is an American printmaker. Her work is included in the collections of the Seattle Art Museum, the Portland Art Museum the Tacoma Art Museum and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. In 2005 Scheier was arrested by the Snohomish, Washin ...

China Tribunal

China Tribunal is a Peoples Tribunal founded by the International Coalition to End Transplant Abuse in China, and international non-profit organization, and its headquarter is located at London. The chair of China Tribunal is Sir Geoffrey Nice QC ...

John Good

John or Jack Good may refer to: John Jay Good 1827–1882, mayor of Dallas I. J. Good 1916–2009, known as Jack, British statistician and cryptanalyst John Good actor 1919–1996, American actor in The Private Affairs of Bel Ami John Mason Good 1764–1 ...

Inquisitor (disambiguation)

Inquisitor Doctor Who, a fictional character in the TV series. The Inquisitor, the player character in Dragon Age: Inquisition. The Inquisitor, a fictional character from Star Wars Rebels and member of Emperor Palpatines inquisitorius in the Star ...

Auto-da-fe (disambiguation)

An auto-da-fe is a Roman Catholic church ritual which became associated with its use during the Spanish Inquisition. Auto-da-fe may also refer to: Auto Da Fe, rock climbing route at Mount Arapiles in Victoria, Australia

Kenneth MacDonald

Kenneth MacDonald American actor 1901–1972, American film and TV actor Kenneth MacDonald English actor 1950–2001, "Mike" in "Only Fools And Horses" and "It Aint Half Hot Mum" Kenneth MacDonald dancer 1948–1995, dancer, Associate Artistic Director ...

Laura Gerber

Laura Jane Gerber is a Queensland politician. She represents the seat of Currumbin in the Queensland Legislative Assembly for the Liberal National Party.

Peter Lewis

Peter Lewis may refer to: Peter Lewis died 1985, member of the Manchester band The Scorpions Peter Lewis British Army officer 1918–2008, British soldier, journalist and author Peter Lewis cyclist born 1990, Australian cyclist Peter Edwin Lewis 19 ...

Private citizen

A private citizen is someone who does not have an official or professional role in a given situation. The same person may be a private citizen in one role, and an official in another. For example, a legislator is an official when voting in the le ...

John Carr

John Carr South Australian politician 1871–1929, unionist and member of the South Australian Legislative Council, 1915–1929 John Carr Indiana politician 1793–1845, American politician from Indiana John W. Carr 1874–1932, American politician from ...

John Cahill

John Cahill may refer to: John Joseph Cahill, Premier of New South Wales from 1952 to 1959 John Cahill footballer, retired Australian rules football player and coach John Cahill wrestler, American professional wrestler John T. Cahill businessman, ...

PROMIS

PROMIS or Promis may refer to: Problem-Oriented Medical Information System, developed at the University of Vermont Promis musician born 1973 is a musician and entertainer Police Realtime Online Management Information System PROMIS a system used b ...

Eppo

Eppo or EPPO may refer to: European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization Poznan–Lawica Airport, by ICAO code European Public Prosecutors Office Eppo comics, a Dutch comic magazine

Never Too Late

Never Too Late: A Prosecutor’s Story of Justice in the Medgar Evers trial, a 2001 book by Bobby DeLaughter Never Too Late: My Musical Life Story, a 1979 autobiographical novel by John Caldwell Holt

John Robbins

John Robbins may refer to: John Robbins congressman 1808–1880, American congressman from Pennsylvania John Robbins author born 1947, American author, known for his books on food and health John Everett Robbins 1903–1995, Canadian educator, encycl ...

SS Prins Hendrik (1871)

SS Prins Hendrik was the third ship of the Willem III class. She was the second ship of the Stoomvaart Maatschappij Nederland and was lost after barely two years of service.

French Office for Biodiversity

The French Office for Biodiversity was founded in 2020, when the French Agency for Biodiversity and the National Hunting and Wildlife Office of France was merged into one national agency. The Agency for Biodiversity had been founded in 2016 throu ...

Three from Variety

Three from Variety is a 1954 West German drama film directed by Kurt Neumann and starring Ingrid Andree, Peter Pasetti and Paul Dahlke. It is based on the 1912 novel The Oath of Stephan Huller by Felix Hollaender which has inspired a number of fi ...

And Lead Us Not Into Temptation

And Lead Us Not Into Temptation is a 1957 West German drama film directed by Rolf Hansen and starring Johanna Matz, Heidemarie Hatheyer and Gerhard Riedmann. It was shot at the Spandau Studios in Berlin and on location around Bolzano in Trentino. ...

The Collini Case

The Collini Case is a 2019 German drama film directed by Marco Kreuzpaintner. It is based on the eponymous novel by Ferdinand von Schirach. The Collini Case has been rewarded by Cinema for Peace for the Award of Justice 2020.

Robert T. Price

Robert T. Price was an Associate Justice of the Kansas Supreme Court from November 30, 1948 to May 1, 1966, and Chief Justice from May 1, 1966 to September 1, 1971. He filled the position of Justice of the Supreme Court No. 7 as the republican no ...

Prosecutor General of South Korea

The Prosecutor General of South Korea is the head of the Supreme Prosecutors Office of the Republic of Korea. The incumbent Prosecutor General is Yoon Suk-yeol, who started his term on 25 July 2019.

Baek Hye-ryun

Baek Hye-ryun is a South Korean prosecutor-turned parliamentarian. From 2000 she worked as a state prosecutor. In 2011 she resigned the post to publicly criticise political favouritism of Prosecution Service towards the Lee Myung-bak government. ...

Kim Jong-hoon (politician, born 1964)

Kim Jong-hoon is a South Korean politician. He is the current Floor Leader of the Minjung Party. He is the only Minjung Party member in the National Assembly.

Choi Kang-wook

Choi Kang-wook is a South Korean lawyer and politician who has been the President of the Open Democratic Party since 2020. He served as the Secretary to the President for Public Office Discipline from September 2018 to March 2020. In 2020 electio ...

Mazur Commission

The Mazur Commission was a commission appointed in the Polish Peoples Republic in 1956 to investigate cases of unlawful conduct in Polish military courts, the counter-espionage Military Information Directorate, Chief Military Prosecutor Office, a ...

W glebi lasu

The Woods is a Polish television mystery thriller series based on the Harlan Coben novel of the same title. The series will premier on Netflix in 2020.

A Grain of Truth

A Grain of Truth is a 2015 Polish film directed by Borys Lankosz, film adaptation of the novel of the same title by Zygmunt Miloszewski. The filming period lasted from April 30 to May 27, 2014. Pictures were shot in Sandomierz, Smilow, Wysiadlow ...

Turnu Magurele Courthouse

The Turnu Magurele Courthouse is a judicial building located at 1 Decembrie 1918 Street, nr. 6, in Turnu Magurele, Romania. Work on the courthouse began in 1903, at a time when Turnu Magurele was the seat of Teleorman County. The builders were It ...

Alexander Starovoitov

Aleksandr Sergeyevich Starovoitov, is a Russian social and political figure, who is a Member of Parliament, a deputy of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation of the sixth and seventh convocations from the LDPR party.

Tuğba Hezer Ozturk

Tuğba Hezer Ozturk is a former Member of Parliament of Van and a politician of the Peoples Democratic Party. She was elected to the Turkish Parliament as a deputy for the province of Van in June 2015 and re-elected in November 2015. She was the y ...

Democracy Time Party

The party was first established under the name Zaza Peoples Party. Later, after receiving the warning that" Region cannot be established on the basis of race,” the Supreme Court of Appeals Prosecutors Office changed its party name as Innovative a ...

Solicitor General of Barbados

The Solicitor-General of Barbados is a law officer of the government of Barbados, subordinate to the Attorney-General of Barbados. The office is one of the members of the government.

Louis Randall Tull

Having specialized in criminal law, Tull worked successfully at the Bar in Barbados during 1968. His first political appointment was as Minister of Education and Culture in 1976. In 1971 he became a Senator in the Barbados Senate and in 1976 an e ...

Lewis Evans

Lewis Evans may refer to: Lewis Pugh Evans 1881–1962, British Brigadier General and World War I Victoria Cross recipient Lewis Evans collector 1853–1930, British businessman and scientific instrument collector Lewis Evans bishop 1904–1996, Anglic ...

Fred Archibald

Frederick George Archibald was a Fijian planter and politician. He served as a member of the Legislative Council in two spells between 1947 and 1966.

Jim Jones (disambiguation)

Jim Jones was the cult leader of the Peoples Temple responsible for the collective suicide at Jonestown, Guyana. Jim or James Jones may also refer to: Jim Jones American football, born 1920 1920–1989, American football player Jim Jones cricketer ...

John Calvert

John Calvert may refer to: John Calvert died 1844 c. 1758–1844, British politician, MP for Tamworth, Huntingdon, St Albans and Malmesbury John Calvert radio, radio commercials producer and voiceover artist John Calvert 1726–1804, British politici ...

Harry Johnson

Harry Samuel Johnson, known as Steamboat Johnson 1880–1951, professional baseball umpire Harry Johnson wrestler 1903-?, British wrestler Harry Johnson footballer, born 1913 1913–1976, English left back with Newcastle United, Port Vale and Hartlep ...

Wako

Wako, Wakō, Wakou, WAKO or W.A.K.O. can refer to: Haruo Wakō, a member of the Japanese Red Army Wakō, Saitama, a city in Japan Gabriel Zubeir Wako, archbishop of Khartoum, Sudan Amos Wako, the attorney general of Kenya WAKO AM, 910 AM, a radio st ...