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Thomas Musgrave

Thomas Musgrave may refer to: Thomas Musgrave MP for Appleby Thomas Musgrave castaway 1832–1891, Australian ships captain and castaway Thomas Musgrave bishop 1788–1860, British Archbishop of York Thomas Cebern Musgrave Jr. 1913–2005, US Air Force ...

Charles Burnett

Charles Burnett may refer to: Charles Hiram Burnett Sr., treasurer of the city of Seattle and businessman Charles Burnett officer of arms born 1940, Scottish Officer of Arms Charles Burnett III died 2018, British land-speed record holder for stea ...

Tim Cahill (disambiguation)

Tim Cahill is an Australian former footballer. Tim Cahill may also refer to: Tim Cahill: The Unseen Journey, a documentary about the Australian footballer Tim Cahill politician born 1959, Treasurer and Receiver-General of the Commonwealth of Mass ...

Long Beach Holocaust Memorial Monument

The Long Beach Holocaust Memorial Monument is a public Holocaust memorial situated in Kennedy Plaza at the Long Beach City Hall W. Park Ave between Center St. and National Blvd. The Monument was dedicated June 7, 1987, by the Holocaust Memorial C ...

Governor Howard

Governor Howard may refer to: John Eager Howard 1752–1827, 5th Governor of Maryland Francis Howard, 5th Baron Howard of Effingham 1643–1690s, Crown Governor of Virginia from 1683 to 1692 Henry Howard Rhode Island politician 1826–1905, 32nd Govern ...

Thomas Grey

Thomas Grey may refer to: Thomas Grey, 2nd Marquess of Dorset 1477–1530, English magnate and courtier, son of the above Thomas Grey Staffordshire MP by 1508–1559, MP for Staffordshire in 1554 Sir Thomas Grey Northumberland MP, died 1570 before 15 ...

Kushk

Kushk River, a river along the boundary between Afghanistan and Turkmenistan Kushk District in the northern part of Herat Province, Afghanistan Kushk, Afghanistan, a town in Kushk District, Herat Province

1925 Llandeilo Rural District Council election

An election to the Llandeilo Rural District Council was held in April 1925. It was preceded by the 1922 election and followed by the 1928 election. The successful candidates were also elected to the Llandeilo Board of Guardians.

Bridge House

Bridge House may refer to: United Kingdom Bridge House Estates, the body responsible for the bridges over the Thames bordering the City of London Bridge House, a Grade I listed building built over Stock Ghyll in Ambleside, Westmorland Bridge Hous ...

Taiko (disambiguation)

Taiko may refer to: Taiko 太鼓 The Japanese word for drum often used to refer to any Japanese drum or drumming music Taiko ship a Norwegian roll-on/roll-off RoRo freighter Taikō 太閤 a title given to a retired Kampaku regent in Japan - see Sesshō ...

Bill Tallman

Bill G. Tallman is an American politician, currently serving as a member of the New Mexico Senate. Tallman previously served as Deputy City Manager of Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Andrea Romero

Andrea Romero is an American politician and entrepreneur, currently serving as a member of the New Mexico House of Representatives from the 46th district, which includes part of Santa Fe County.

Susan K. Herrera

Susan K. Herrera is an American politician, currently serving as a member of the New Mexico House of Representatives from the 41st district, which includes portions of Rio Arriba, Santa Fe County, and Taos counties.

Raymundo Lara

Raymundo Lara is an American politician and educator, currently serving as a member of the New Mexico House of Representatives from the 34th district, which includes Santa Teresa and Sunland Park, New Mexico in Doña Ana County.

Christine Chandler

Christine Chandler is an American politician, attorney, and former judge, currently serving as a member of the New Mexico House of Representatives from the 43rd district, which includes Los Alamos, New Mexico.

Monica Dongban-Mensem

Monica Dongban-Mensem is the daughter of M. B. Douglas-Mensem, a retired Appeal Court judge. She was educated at Ahmadu Bello University, where she gained a LL.B and LL.M. She then studied for a postgraduate diploma at the Institute of Advanced L ...

Promise Emmanuel

Promise Emmanuel, also known as Kogi Rebel, is currently the Chief Press Secretary to the Deputy Governor of Kogi State Edward David Onoja. He holds a Degree in Mass Communication from the Kogi State University, Anyigba. He is a Media Psychologis ...

Virginia Henry Mayfield

Mayfield was born in Birmingham, Alabama and attended that citys public schools. Her father, who came from an established family in the state, was the county treasurer. She had one brother and seven sisters. She taught school in Decatur, Alabama ...

Thomas Beadle

Thomas Beadle is an American politician from the state of North Dakota. He is a member of the North Dakota House of Representatives and candidate for North Dakota State Treasurer. Beadle graduated from Concordia College and has worked as a realto ...

Ning Jinsheng

Ning Jinsheng was a Chinese engineer who was a professor at Wuhan University, a president of Wuhan University of Surveying and Mapping Technology, and an academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering.

Appius

For the Latin praenomen, see Appius praenomen. Appius is a Roman praenomen that may refer to: Appius Claudius Pulcher praetor 88 BC Gaius Octavius Appius Suetrius Sabinus fl. 3rd century, a Roman senator and military officer Appius Claudius Caude ...

Zuhra Bayramkulova

Bayramkulova was born on 30 August 1940 in the city of Kislovodsk in the Stavropol Krai. From 1956 to 1963 she held various jobs including at a cotton factory, on a construction site and as a farm worker. She joined the Communist Party in 1960.

Richard Majola

Thembekile Richard Majola is a South African politician who serves as a Member of the National Assembly of South Africa for the Democratic Alliance. He became an MP in May 2014. He was previously the speaker of the Western Cape Provincial Parliam ...

Zach Whiting

Zach Whiting is the Iowa State Senator from the 1st District. A Republican, he has served in the Iowa Senate since 2019. He currently resides in Spirit Lake, Iowa with his wife Juliana and his two kids. As of February 2020, Whiting serves on the ...

Paz Esteban Lopez

Paz Esteban Lopez is a Spanish intelligence officer serving as Director of the National Intelligence Centre since 2020. She is the first woman to hold the post and was previously the Secretary-General of the agency from 2017 to 2019, under Felix ...

HPAC

HPAC may refer to: Holy Pentecostal Assembly Churches Haugh Performing Arts Center, in Los Angeles Hyde Park Art Center, in Chicago Health Policy Advisory Committee, oversees Major League Baseball drug policy H/P/A/C, an abbreviation for Hacking/ ...

MavroCoin

MAVRO is a decentralized open-source cryptocurrency from the creator MMM Sergey Mavrodi founded in 2016. Cryptocurrency MAVRO named after the virtual currency of Sergey Mavrodi.

VSE

Vancouver School of Economics, at the University of British Columbia University of Economics, Prague Czech: Vysoka skola ekonomicka v Praze, in Czechia

Proletarskaya metro station

Proletarskaya Moscow Metro, a station of the Moscow Metro, Moscow, Russia Proletarskaya Saint Petersburg Metro, a station of the Saint Petersburg Metro, Saint Petersburg, Russia Proletarskaya Nizhny Novgorod Metro, a station of the Nizhny Novgoro ...

Line C

Line C is a line designation used in several public transport systems Line C Rome Metro, a metro line in Rome, Italy RapidRide C Line, a bus route in Seattle, United States Line C Buenos Aires Underground, a metro line in Buenos Aires, Argentina ...

SESTRAN

The South-East Scotland Transport Partnership is a statutory regional transport partnership in Scotland. SESTran covers most of South East and Central Scotland, and includes the following Local Authorities: Scottish Borders Fife Clackmannanshire ...

Bremer

Australia Bremer Bay, Western Australia Bremer Island Bremer River disambiguation Bremer Marine Park USA Bremer County, Iowa Bremers Lake, a lake in McLeod County, Minnesota

Letterkenny bus station

Letterkenny bus station is a Bus Eireann station serving the County of Donegal in Ireland. It is located in the Cathedral Town of Letterkenny. It is a particularly important transport hub in the county, as there are no rail services in the area.

GVT

GVT may refer to: Global Village Telecom, a Brazilian telecommunications company German volume training, a form of weight training Gauge vector–tensor gravity GVT TV, a Brazilian television channel Graft-versus-tumor effect Graphics Virtualizatio ...

National Key Universities of Vietnam

National Key Universities of Vietnam are national universities, universities, and research-oriented institutes, which are given priority by the government to autonomy such as: be self-printed and doctoral degrees; have full authority to send offi ...

Decoding COVID-19

Decoding COVID-19 is a 2020 American PBS documentary television film that was released on May 13, 2020. The documentary film examines the 2019–2020 COVID-19 pandemic over its initial six months, from its beginning in the last months of 2019 in Wu ...

WLF

WLF is an abbreviation that may stand for: World Leagues Forum Swap loader vehicle "Wechselladerfahrzeug" in German containerized firefighting equipment Waist-level finder, a kind of viewfinder used in some cameras Filename extension for a WinBac ...

Recep Tayyip Erdogan Hospital, Muzaffargarh

Recep Tayyip Erdogan Hospital, Muzaffargarh also known as Turkey Hospital is a tertiary care hospital, serving Muzaffargarh, Pakistan and adjoining cities. This hospital was built with the financial assistance of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Er ...

Pen-down strike

A pen-down strike, is a form of nonviolent strike action or a peaceful protest in which an organized group of private, government workers or its associated professionals partially attends their offices in public or private sector without being in ...

Old Courthouse

Old Courthouse Square, Lake Providence, Louisiana, listed on the NRHP in Louisiana Old Warren County Courthouse, Vicksburg, Mississippi, listed on the NRHP in Mississippi Old Courthouse and Warehouse Historic District, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, ...

Court of appeals (disambiguation)

A court of appeals is an appellate court generally. Court of Appeals may refer to: Indiana Court of Appeals Hawaii Intermediate Court of Appeals United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit United States Court of Appeals for the Third Cir ...

Justice Williams

Justice Williams may refer to: Frank J. Williams, a Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Rhode Island Joseph Williams justice, a Chief Justice of the Iowa Supreme Court Marshall Jay Williams, an Associate Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court Ben T. ...

Justice Young

Justice Young may refer to: Clarence Clifton Young, a Justice of the Supreme Court of Nevada Howard Young Sr., a Justice of the Indiana Supreme Court Newton C. Young, a Justice of the North Dakota Supreme Court Ron Young judge, retired judge of t ...

Justice Smith (disambiguation)

Justice Smith is an American actor. Justice Smith may also refer to: Israel Smith, a Chief Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court June C. Smith, Chief of the Supreme Court of Illinois Janet Smith judge, a Lord Justice of Appeal of the Court of Appe ...

Antelope (disambiguation)

Canada Antelope, Newfoundland and Labrador United States Antelope, Oregon Antelope Canyon, canyon in Arizona Antelope, California, in Sacramento County Antelope, South Dakota Dunnigan, California, formerly named Antelope Antelope, Montana Antelop ...

Chief Justice of Hong Kong

Chief Justice of Hong Kong may refer to: Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Hong Kong, position existed before 1997 as the head of the Supreme Court and of the Judiciary, the former role was replaced by the Chief Judge of the High Court in 199 ...

Chapter IV of the Constitution of Australia

Chapter IV of the Constitution of Australia pertains to trade, the appropriation of funds for the Commonwealth, state debts, and funds for the states given to them by the Commonwealth. Much of it no longer applies.

Morag

Morag may refer to: Morag, a Scottish female given name, sometimes translated as Sarah. Morag, a fictional planet in the films Guardians of the Galaxy 2014 & Avengers: Endgame 2019 the Sherman Morag, the Israeli name for the Sherman Crab tank. Mo ...

Forest Lake

In Australia: Forest Lake, Queensland, a master planned community within the city of Brisbane in Queensland In New Zealand: Forest Lake, New Zealand, a suburb of Hamilton In the United States: Forest Lake Camp, a summer camp in upstate New York. ...

Iron Bridge

The Iron Bridge, Rothiemurchus, Scotland, also known as the Cairngorm Club Footbridge The Iron Bridge, in Shropshire, England Aldford Iron Bridge in Aldford, Cheshire, England Nandu River Iron Bridge in Hainan, China Traffic Bridge Saskatoon in S ...