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Shahzada Zulfiqar

Shahzada Zulfiqar is a journalist based in Quetta, Balochistan in Pakistan. He is the first president of the Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists elected from Balochistan. He has formerly reported from Balochistan for the Nation, Newsline, Heral ...

NRO

NRO may stand for: National Reconciliation Ordinance, a Pakistani law National Reconnaissance Office, maintains United States reconnaissance Number Resource Organization, allocates IP numbers Nobeyama radio observatory, a division of the National ...

Raja Muhammad Abbas

Raja Muhammad Abbas is a retired Pakistani civil servant who served in BPS-22 grade as the Housing Secretary of Pakistan and Chief Secretary Sindh. Abbas belongs to the Pakistan Administrative Service and was a part of Pakistan Navy before joinin ...

Victor M. Marroquin

Victor Miguel Marroquin Merino is a Peruvian lawyer. He is President of the Harvard Law School Association of Peru and former President of the Harvard Club of Peru from 2013 to 2017. His familys company, Marroquin & Merino, was founded in 1945 by ...

WAMS

WAMS may refer to: WKHI FM, a radio station 94.9 FM licensed to serve Newark, Maryland, United States, which held the call sign WAMS from 2016 to 2018 WAMS-LP, a low-power television station channel 38 licensed to serve Lima, Ohio, United States ...

Edgardo Seoane

Edgardo Seoane Corrales was an engineer, agronomist and politician of Peru. He was vice president of the Republic of Peru, during the first government of Fernando Belaunde Terry and president of the Council of Ministers and Minister of Foreign Af ...

Emerald (company)

Emerald Expositions was formed in 2013 when Onex Corporation acquired it from Nielsen Expositions for $950 million. The company operates approximately 10 trade shows in the gift, home and general merchandise sector, 17 trade shows within the spor ...

List of sandpiper species

These 97 species of sandpipers and allies in the family Scolopacidae are recognized by the International Ornithological Congress. In addition to the species directly called "sandpiper", the family includes curlews, godwits, stints, snipes, and a ...

Binta Pilote

Binta Pilote was a Guinean pilot. She was the first black female helicopter pilot in Africa and the personal pilot of Ahmed Sekou Toure and Henriette Conte.

Province (disambiguation)

Prowincja, a division of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth Roman province, or provincia, administrative unit in the Roman empire Regular province, jurisdiction within a religious order or congregation Ecclesiastical province, large jurisdiction ...

Debold Sinas

Sinas was born in Butuan. He spent most of his teenage years in Mindanao due to the assignments of his father, who is a military officer. At the encouragement of his father, he entered the Philippine Military Academy, and graduated from the insti ...

Hubert Znajomski

Hubert Znajomski is a Polish LGBT activist and politician. He is type 1 diabetic since 2005. He wrote alongside his mother the book Hubercikowe Humorki, which treated about life with disease. He read it with Anna Komorowska - the first lady of Po ...

Piotr Grudzinski

Piotr Grudzinski, was a Polish musician, mostly recognized as guitarist of Riverside. He has also contributed to bands such as Unnamed and Groan. Grudzinski joined Riverside in 2001. He recorded six studio albums with the band: Out of Myself 2003 ...

Manuel Bento de Sousa

Manuel Bento de Sousa was a Portuguese physician, anatomist, and noted polemicist writer. A most prestigious clinician and surgeon in his day, his most important scientific works were conducted in the field of anatomophysiology: notably, in 1870, ...

Posthumous Forgiveness

Posthumous Forgiveness is a song by Australian psychedelic music project Tame Impala. It is the fourth track on the 2020 album The Slow Rush, and was released as a promotional single on 3 December 2019. The song was written by Kevin Parker, who p ...

Fade Ogunro

Fade Ogunro is an on-air-personality, radio and TV presenter, film producer and fashion designer. She is the founder and CEO of Bookings Africa, an online talent service provider in Africa. She is a native of Ekiti State in South West Nigeria. Sh ...

Comarcas of Region of Murcia

There is not consensus and agreement in the demarkation of the comarcas of the region and some of them varies largely depending on the comarcas proposal. According to La Verdad newspapers’ Region of Murcia Atlas, there are three main divisions co ...

Antonio Maria Saez Aguado

Antonio Maria Saez Aguado is a Spanish politician and doctor. He is a member of the Peoples Party. He was the minister of health of the Junta of Castile and Leon from 2015 to 2019. He was appointed health minister of the Junta of Castile and Leon ...

Coast FM

Coast FM may refer to: WNCV 93.3 FM, "Coast 93.3", radio station licensed to serve Evergreen, Alabama Coast FM Adelaide, a community radio station in Glandore, South Australia KOZT 95.3 FM "The Coast", radio station broadcasting Album Oriented Ro ...

Triunfo

Brazil Novo Triunfo – municipality in Bahia Triunfo, Rio Grande do Sul – municipality in Rio Grande do Sul São João do Triunfo – municipality in Parana Barão do Triunfo – municipality in Rio Grande do Sul Triunfo, Paraiba – municipality in Paraib ...

Whole Health Action Management

Whole Health Action Management is a peer-led intervention to facilitate self-management to reach whole health goals through peer coaching and support groups. It is a method of utilizing the power of peer support to support healthcare delivery, an ...

Northern Line (disambiguation)

Linha do Norte English: Northern Line, a railway line in Portugal, connecting Lisbon at Santa Apolonia to Porto at Campanhã Northern Line Sydney, Australia Northern Commuter line, Dublin Northern Line Cape Town Northern Line SRT, Thailand Nordlan ...

Chakradhar Deka

Chakradhar Deka was an Assamese film director, producer, screenwriter, author, entrepreneur and a social activist. He was the founder of Rajkumar Film Production and Rajashree Theatre. He is the elder brother of politician Narayan Deka.

Thorishaus Dorf railway station

Thorishaus Dorf railway station is a railway station in the municipality of Koniz, in the Swiss canton of Bern. It is an intermediate stop on the standard gauge Mittellandlinie of Swiss Federal Railways.

Dudingen railway station

Dudingen railway station is a railway station in the municipality of Dudingen, in the Swiss canton of Fribourg. It is an intermediate stop on the standard gauge Mittellandlinie of Swiss Federal Railways.

Deitingen railway station

Deitingen railway station is a railway station in the municipality of Deitingen, in the Swiss canton of Solothurn. It is an intermediate stop on the standard gauge Jura Foot line and is served by local trains only.

Solothurn West railway station

Solothurn West railway station is a railway station in the municipality of Solothurn, in the Swiss canton of Solothurn. It is an intermediate stop on the standard gauge Jura Foot and Solothurn–Moutier lines and is served by local trains only.

Luterbach-Attisholz railway station

Luterbach-Attisholz railway station is a railway station in the municipality of Luterbach, in the Swiss canton of Solothurn. It is an intermediate stop on the standard gauge Jura Foot line and is served by local trains only.

SAR 109T

The Sar 109T Turkish is a small light-weight blowback 9×19 mm submachine gun manufactured by Sarsılmaz Duzce based small arms manufacturer, it was released in 2014.

KVLF-TV

KVLF-TV, VHF analog channel 12, was an ABC-affiliated television station licensed to Alpine, Texas, United States that operated from December 1961 to around December 1963. It was the first available television service in Alpine, operating as a se ...

Head of the Donetsk Peoples Republic

Head of the Donetsk Peoples Republic is the highest elected official of Donetsk Peoples Republic, a unrecognized country located on the territory of Donetsk Oblast in eastern Ukraine. According to the Constitution, Head of the Republic is the hea ...

Jim Chapman

Jim Chapman may refer to: Jim Chapman Lake, a lake in Texas named after the politician Jim Chapman congressman born 1945, American businessman and politician Jim Chapman Internet celebrity, YouTuber and blogger Jim Chapman media personality born ...

James Dickinson

James Dickinson may refer to: Jimmy Dickinson 1925–1982, English footballer Jimmy Dickinson footballer, born 1899 1899–1971, English footballer James Dickinson cricketer born 1998, Scottish cricketer James Dickinson footballer, English footballer ...

Ouch

Ouch! 1967 film, a British silent comedy film starring Peter Butterworth Ouch! 2004 film, an Irish comedy short starring Slaine Kelly Ouch 2000 film Aïe, a French film directed by Sophie Fillieres

Birds of Prey (disambiguation)

Birds of Prey 1930 film, a British mystery film directed by Basil Dean Birds of Prey 2020 film, a film in the DC Extended Universe based on the Batman spin-off comics property Birds of Prey Birds of Prey 1973 film, a TV film starring David Jansse ...

TCEC Season 18

The 18th season of the Top Chess Engine Championship began on 4 May 2020, and is currently ongoing. The defending champion is Leela Chess Zero, which defeated Stockfish in the previous seasons superfinal.

England XI in South Africa in 1981–82

In March 1982, a representative team of English cricket players undertook what came to be known as the first "Rebel tour" to South Africa, to play a series of matches against the South African team. At the time, the International Cricket Council ...

Sigil (disambiguation)

Sigil comics, a comic book from CrossGen Sigil, a 2003 album by Cauda Pavonis Sigil, the name of an art/architecture collective based in Beirut and New York City founded by Salim al-Kadi, Khaled Malas, Alfred Tarazi and Jana Traboulsi Sigil Dunge ...

Kiliaen van Rensselaer

Kiliaen or Killian van Rensselaer is the name of: Killian K. Van Rensselaer 1763–1845, member of the United States House of Representatives from New York Kiliaen van Rensselaer fourth patroon born 1663, member of the New York General Assembly and ...

Kate Elizabeth Russell

Russell was raised in the town of Clifton, Maine, attending John Bapst Memorial High School in Bangor, from which she graduated in 2002. She subsequently studied as an undergraduate at the University of Maine at Farmington, earning a B.F.A. in Cr ...

Spike Cohen

Jeremy "Spike" Cohen is an American activist, entrepreneur, and podcaster who is currently the Libertarian Partys nominee for Vice President of the United States in the 2020 election.

Cola (disambiguation)

Collision On Launch Assessment, an assessment made on the launch of a payload to space that the launch vehicle or spacecraft might collide with other artificial satellites or space debris during the launch and initial deployment COLA software arc ...

International Bridge

International Bridge may refer to: International Railway Bridge, a railroad bridge connecting Fort Erie, Ontario and Buffalo, New York Laredo International Bridge 1, connecting Laredo, Texas and Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas Sault Ste. Marie Internati ...

1959–60 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers basketball team

The 1959–60 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers mens basketball team represented Western Kentucky State College during the 1959-60 NCAA University Division Basketball season. The Hilltoppers were led by future Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame c ...

1939–40 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers basketball team

The 1939–40 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers mens basketball team represented Western Kentucky State Normal School and Teachers College during the 1939-40 NCAA basketball season. The team was led by future Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame co ...

2019–20 Texas Tech Lady Raiders basketball team

The 2019–20 Texas Tech Lady Raiders basketball team represented Texas Tech University in the 2019–20 NCAA Division I womens basketball season. The Lady Raiders were led by second year head coach Marlene Stollings. They played their homes games at ...

Redhawks

Redhawks or RedHawks may refer to: Washington Redhawks, a media parody/satire intended to call attention to the Washington Redskins name controversy Southeast Missouri State University Milton High School Milton, Wisconsin Redhawks, the high schoo ...

Box Elder

Box Elder, Montana, a census-designated place CDP in Chouteau and Hill counties Box Elder, Colorado Box Elder, South Dakota, a city in Meade and Pennington counties Box Elder, Nebraska, a community located north of McCook, Nebraska Box Elder Coun ...

1968 Akron Zips football team

The 1968 Akron Zips football team represented Akron University in the 1968 NCAA College Division football season as an independent. Led by eighth-year head coach Gordon K. Larson, the Zips played their home games at the Rubber Bowl in Akron, Ohio ...

1955 Nevada Wolf Pack football team

The 1955 Nevada Wolf Pack football team represented the University of Nevada during the 1955 college football season. Nevada competed as a member of the Far Western Conference. The Wolf Pack were led by first-year head coach Gordon McEachron and ...