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Winnie Ngwenya

Winnie Ngwenya is a South African politician, African National Congress member and Delegate of the National Council of Provinces since 2019. She is part of the Gauteng provincial delegation in the legislature. Ngwenya was previously a Member of t ...

Shadrack Tlhaole

Shadrack Lapologang Tlhaole is a South African politician and a party member of the Economic Freedom Fighters. He is the provincial secretary of the EFF and currently a Member of the Northern Cape Provincial Legislature for the party, after havin ...

The Athenian (magazine)

The Athenian was an English Language magazine printed in Greece, featuring journalism, commentary, satire, cartoons and essays. Although its reviews and events listings focused on the cultural life of Athens, The Athenian had a wide audience of E ...

Potomac

Washington, D.C. area: The Potomac River, which flows through West Virginia, Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. The Potomac Highlands of West Virginia, a region of the Potomac Rivers watershed in West Virginia Potomac, Virginia, an extinct ...

3rd Arkansas Infantry Regiment

3rd Arkansas Infantry Regiment may refer to: 3rd Arkansas Infantry Regiment Confederate States, a unit of the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War 3rd Regiment, Arkansas State Troops, another unit in Confederate service during th ...

Fort Wayne Ink Spot

The Fort Wayne Ink Spot is a biweekly newspaper published in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and is the only African American-owned newspaper in northeast Indiana. It is sold on a subscription basis and at newsstands around the city. As of 2019, the newspap ...

Dorothy Vernell Simmons

Simmons was born in Powhatan, Louisiana in 1910. Her family moved to Chicago when Simmons was seven year old. After she graduated from high school she went to work for the Martin and Morris Music Company. In 1940 Simmons became a member of the Sa ...

Marsha Rhea Williams

Marsha Rhea Williams is an educator and researcher known for being the first African American woman to earn a Ph.D. in computer science. She held many academic positions and was most recently a tenured professor at Tennessee State University. Add ...

Matt Carter

Matt or Matthew Carter may refer to: Matthew Carter cricketer born 1996, English cricketer Matt Carter Coronation Street, a character on Coronation Street Matt Carter racing driver born 1981, automobile racer Matt Carter politician born 1972, for ...

Slabtown

United States Slabtown, Wisconsin Slabtown, California Slabtown, Portland, Oregon North Industry, Ohio Slabtown, Indiana Slabtown, Atlanta, Georgia Slabtown, West Virginia Slabtown, Pennsylvania Homer, Indiana

371st

371st may refer to: 371st Fighter Group or 142nd Fighter Wing, a unit of the Oregon Air National Guard, stationed at Portland Air National Guard Base, Oregon 371st Fighter Squadron or 127th Wing, composite unit of the Michigan Air National Guard, ...

Havasu

Havasu may refer to the following: Havasupai, a Native American tribe located in the northwestern part of Arizona, USA Lake Havasu, a large reservoir behind Parker Dam on the Colorado River in Arizona and California, USA Havasu Falls, a waterfall ...

Mohican (disambiguation)

Mahican sometimes spelled "Mohican", a Native American tribe who lived in and around the Hudson Valley Mohegan, a Native American tribe based in Southeastern Connecticut

Tuckahoe

Orontium aquaticum, also called tuckahoe, the seeds and rhizome were used as food by Native Americans Peltandra virginica, also called tuckahoe, the rhizome was cooked and used as food by Native Americans Wolfiporia extensa, also called tuckahoe, ...

Wabash

Wabash River, in Ohio, Indiana and Illinois Wabash, Arkansas, an unincorporated community Wabash Valley, in Illinois and Indiana Wabash, Indiana, a city Wabash County, Illinois Wabash Precinct, Wabash County, Illinois Wabash, West Virginia Wabash ...

Winnebago

Winnebago can refer to: The exonym of the Ho-Chunk tribe of Native North Americans with reservations in Nebraska, Iowa, and Wisconsin Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, a federally recognized tribe group in the state The Winnebago language of the Ho-Ch ...

Shamokin

Shamokin may refer to the following in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania: Shamokin Area School District, a public school district in Northumberland County Shamokin, Pennsylvania, a city in Northumberland County Shamokin Township, Northumberland Coun ...

Mitchell Hamline Law Review

The Mitchell Hamline Law Review is a student-run law review published by students at the Mitchell Hamline School of Law in Saint Paul, Minnesota. The journal publishes five full issues each academic year. Additionally, the law review maintains an ...

Matthew Salesses

Salesses was born in South Korea and adopted by American parents at age 2. He grew up in Storrs, Conn. and attended the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, where he studied English and creative writing. After college he taught English abro ...

Tolerated Illness

A Tolerated Illness is a "noted discordance between subjective and objective health measures" in a patient. Native American communities have been shown to have incidences of illness tolerance, in part because of the treatment they receive in the ...

Danforth

Danforth, Maine, a town Danforth, Illinois, a village Danforth, Missouri, an unincorporated community

Passports in Europe

Passports in Europe are issued by each state individually, e.g. the Netherlands or UK. In general, passports issued in Europe either grant the holder the right of freedom of movement within the European Economic Area, to those that dont. The majo ...

Baligh

In Islamic legal terminology, bāligh or mukallaf of muhallaq or murahiq or muhtalim refers to someone who has reached maturity or puberty, and has full responsibility under Islamic law.

Islamic rituals

Islamic rituals may refer to: Islamic Burial Rituals Zakat, a form of alms-giving Common Rituals at Eid al-Fitr Sawm, the fasting in Islam Ritual purity in Islam, an essential aspect of Islam Salat, the service that takes place five times a day B ...

Zakat (disambiguation)

Zakat or Zakāt also Zakat al-mal, is a form of alms-giving and religious tax in Islam. It may also refer to Zakat al-Fitr, a smaller Islamic charitable donation given on Eid al-Fitr The Zakat Foundation, a Chicago-based, Muslim non-profit organiz ...

Hubayrah ibn Sabal

Hubayrah ibn Sabal ibn al-Ajlān al-Thaqafī was a companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. It is narrated that he was the first person Muhammad ordered to lead prayers in Mecca after its conquest in 8 AH. It is also narrated that when Muhammad d ...

Yusuf Karaan

Yusuf Karaan was a South African Sunni Muslim scholar from Strand who served as head mufti of Muslim Judicial Council.

Muhammad Torres

Muhammad ibn al-Arabi at-Torres was a diplomat, representative of the sultan in Tangier, and foreign minister of Morocco at the turn of the 20th century. He was present at the 1906 Algeciras Conference, which established French preeminence among ...

Mary Noyes Farr

Mary Ella Noyes Farr was an American osteopathic physician, educator, clubwoman, and suffragist, based in Pierre, South Dakota.

Lucien-Samir Oulahbib

Lucien-Samir Oulahbib is a French sociologist, political scientist, writer and journalist who teaches at the University Lyon 3, France. His writings tackle contemporary French nihilism, radical Islamism, anti-Americanism, and antisemitism. Lucien ...

Belozersky

Belozersky, Belozerskaya, or Belozerskoye is a Russian-language adjectival noun derived from the names Beloye Ozero or "Beloozero", literally "White Lake", but commonly rendered as Lake Beloye. The term may refer to: Belozersky Canal, of the Volg ...

Joan Grehan

Joan Grehan was a New Zealand artist. Grehan was born Joan Greenwood Brodie in 1920 in Whanganui. Her parents were Archibald Douglas Brodie and Marjorie Gascoyne Greenwood, who married in 1916. Grehan attended Whanganui Girls College and studied ...

Ones to Watch

Ones to Watch is an American music blog primarily aimed at showcasing new talent. The website was created independently by House of Blues Entertainment in October 2013, before becoming a collaborative venture with Skype Inc. in February 2014. In ...

Shekinah Rising

Shekinah Rising is a Canadian documentary produced in 2013 which explores the women of the Montreal Hasidic community, centred in Outremont, Quebec and at a Chabad run seminary for young women. The documentary covers the perspectives of the femal ...

Sainte-Therese Island (Richelieu River)

L ile Sainte-Therese is a river island of the Richelieu River. It belongs to the territory of the municipality of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, in the Saint-Luc sector, in the Le Haut-Richelieu Regional County Municipality, in the region administrati ...

Ile aux Lievres (Saint Lawrence River)

L Ile aux Lievres is an island of the St. Lawrence River, located between Saint-Simeon and Riviere-du-Loup, near the islands of the Pot à lEau-de-Vie. This island is part of the municipality of Saint-Andre, in the Kamouraska Regional County Munic ...

Noggin

Noggin may refer to: General Noggin or dwang, a carpentry term Noggin or gill volume, a unit of volume Noggin, slang for head Noggin protein, a signalling molecule involved in embryonic development Noggin cup, a small cup Entertainment Noggin the ...

Eleanor Dillon

Eleanor Mary Dillon was born around 1601 in Killenfaghny, County Westmeath. Her parents were Theobald Dillon, 1st Viscount Dillon and Eleanor nee Tuite. She had four sisters and seven brothers including Lucas, James, and Cecily Dillon. She entere ...

Glenkindie Castle

Glenkindie Castle was a 16th-century castle, about 3 miles south west of Kildrummy, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, at Glenkindie, north of the River Don, 0.5 miles east of the confluence with the Kindie Burn.

Dumbarton (disambiguation)

Dumbarton F.C., a Scottish Second Division football soccer team The Kingdom of Dumbarton, a post-Roman kingdom based on Dumbarton Rock and the valley of the Clyde in Britain, and absorbed into the Kingdom of Scotland in the 11th Century. Dumbarto ...

Week in Review

Week in Review may refer to: Sunday Week in Review, section of New York Times newspaper Week in Review, Friday feature of PBS television program A Place of Our Own Washington Week, television program formerly known as Washington Week in Review We ...

Live at Smalls (Ethan Iverson album)

Live at Smalls is a live album by American jazz pianist Ethan Iversons quartet. The band consisted of Iverson on piano, Reid Anderson on double bass, Jeff Williams on drums, and Bill McHenry on tenor saxophone. The album was recorded on 8 Februar ...

Battleaxe (disambiguation)

74 Battery The Battle Axe Company Royal Artillery Operation Battleaxe, a British World War II operation in North Africa, 1941 The 78th Infantry Division United Kingdom, also known as the Battleaxe Division Carrier Air Wing Three, an aircraft carr ...

Abbasabad

Abbasabad Complex This complex is located 34 kilometers north of Taybad. Abbasabad Garden a historical complex of Behshahr in Mazandaran province, Iran.

Zurvan (disambiguation)

Zurvan is the primordial creator deity in Zurvanism, a now-extinct branch of the Zoroastrianism religion. Zurvan may also refer to: Time in Avestan Middle Persian Zurvan زروان, a village in Larestan County, Fars, Iran. In popular culture: Zurvan, ...

Josephines

The Josephines were Christian heretics condemned by Pope Lucius IIIs decree Ad abolendam in 1184 with the support of the Emperor Frederick I. They were "subject to a perpetual anathema" along with the Cathars and Patarenes, Humiliati, Poor Men of ...

Taube (disambiguation)

Taube, a surname Teyber, Austrian family of musicians sometimes spelled this way Taub, a surname Taube family, a Baltic German noble family Taubes, a surname

Burroughs B20

The B20 is an obsolete line of microcomputers from Burroughs Corporation. The systems, introduced in 1982, consist of two models, the B21 and the B22. The B20 computers were rebadged Convergent Technologies AWS workstations incorporating an Intel ...

That Was Then This Is Now

That Was Then This Is Now may refer to: That Was Then, This Is Now radio series, a BBC Radio 2 comedy sketch series That Was Then, This Is Now, a 1971 novel by S. E. Hinton That Was Then. This Is Now, a 1985 film based on Hintons novel

Moonshaft

Moonshaft or Mooncave is the name given to a large mysterious object that should be located somewhere in an unspecified mountain range in Slovakia. Moonshaft was allegedly discovered in 1944 during the Slovak National uprising by military command ...