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Denis Machuel

Denis Machuel is a French business executive. He is currently the CEO of Sodexo, a multinational food service and facilities management company.

JLG

JLG may refer to: JLG Industries, American manufacturer of high-level access equipment JLG-43 Radar, height-finding radar Jive Label Group Jean-Luc Godard, French film-maker, or his autobiographical film JLG/JLG, autoportrait de decembre Jet Lag ...

Zenia

Zenia Tsima born 1986, Greek former volleyball player Zenia Mucha born 1957, American business executive with The Walt Disney Company Salem Zenia born 1962, Algerian writer Zenia Stampe born 1979, Danish politician

Chris Ripley

Chris Ripley has been the President and CEO of Sinclair Broadcast Group since January 2017 after serving as their Chief Financial Officer from April 2014 to January 2017. Ripley also serves as an Investor Director of hibu. Before joining Sinclair ...

2020–21 Motherwell F.C. season

The 2020–21 season is Motherwells thirty-sixth consecutive season in the top flight of Scottish football, having been promoted from the Scottish First Division at the end of the 1984–85 season.

Paul Marshall

Paul Marshall may refer to: Paul Marshall footballer born 1989, English footballer Paul Marshall swimmer 1961–2009, British swimmer Paul Marshall cricketer born 1949, English cricketer Paul Marshall ice hockey born 1960, Canadian ice hockey left ...

Episcopal

Episcopal may refer to: Episcopal Church disambiguation, any church with "Episcopal" in its name Of or relating to a bishop, an overseer in the Christian church Episcopate, the see of a bishop – a diocese Episcopal Church United States, an affili ...

Mittir Masi

Mittir Masi hails from Diamond Harbour, South 24 Parganas. She was born in Kolkata, in the Indian state of West Bengal. Her father was a top ranked employee of the Government of West Bengal. Since her childhood Mittir Masi was a rebellious studen ...

NSoft

NSoft d.o.o. Mostar is a B2B software development company settled in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina with clients from over 35 countries. NSoft is also a member of Bit Alliance, a non-government organization that gathers IT companies from Bosnia a ...

Cynical Girl

"Cynical Girl" is a 1982 song by American rock musician Marshall Crenshaw. The song was released on his 1982 debut album, Marshall Crenshaw. Written as a satire on the "mass culture" that Crenshaw disliked, the song was not based on a specific gi ...

Wil Wagner

In April 2008, Wagner released Us Boys Run, credited to Wil Wagner & Friends. In 2010, Wagner self-released the EP What Started Off With Trespassing. In March 2013, Wagner released Laika. In July 2015, Wagner released I Hope I Dont Come Across In ...

Fort Gardiner

Fort Gardiner was a stockaded fortification with two blockhouses that was built in 1837 by the United States Army. It was one of the military outposts created during the Second Seminole War to assist Colonel Zachary Taylors troops to capture Semi ...

Luke Dwyer

Luke Dwyer is the inaugural coach of the West Coast Eagles in the AFL Womens. He began his football career in 1997 with East Perth in the Westar Rules competition now known as the West Australian Football League WAFL). In his three years at the c ...

Earyn McGee

Earyn McGee is a herpetologist, science communicator, and graduate student in conservation biology at University of Arizona. McGee is an American Association for the Advancement of Science IF/THEN Ambassador, and a 2020 AAAS Mass Media Science & ...

Hays

Hays Reef, Tasmania, Australia Hays, Alberta, Canada

Myat Thu Thu

Myat Thu Thu, born Moe Myat Zin on 14 June 1990) is a Burmese actress, model and singer. She is best known for her roles in several MRTV-4 series and become popular among the audience with the series Dark Castle, Yadanar Htae Ka Yadanar, Pyar Yay ...

Killing cone

A Killing cone, also known as a Restraining cone or Poultry cone, is a funnel used in the slaughter of poultry. The cone is used to hold a to-be slaughtered bird upside down, thus allowing for the animal to be bled more easily.

Tamale Mirundi

Joseph Tamale Mirundi is an Ugandan journalist, author and political analyst at NBS television. He is the former presidential press secretary, and current presidential media advisor. Tamale was a part-time writer at Munno newspaper and vendor eve ...

RDD

RDD may refer to: Adygeya Airlines, by ICAO airline designator Random digit dialing, a method for selecting people for involvement in telephone surveys Radiological dispersion device, a weapon designed to spread radioactive material Renault Drive ...

Anastasiya Alistratava

Anastasiya Alistratava is a Belarusian artistic gymnast. She is the 2019 European Games uneven bars bronze medalist.

Manfred Bischoff

From 2000 until 2007, Bischoff was chairman of EADS. Bischoff has been a member of Daimlers supervisory board since 2006 and its chairman since 2007. He is expected to be replaced by Dieter Zetsche in 2021.

Klaus-Peter Creter

Creter joined the GDR CDU in 1972, where he was local chairman, later deputy district chairman and from 1989 on district chairman in the city of Gera. In 1990, he was elected to the last Volkskammer, after which he was a member of the Bundestag f ...

EasyJet hack

EasyJet first learned of the cyberattack at the end of January 2020. Approximately nine million people were affected with the credit card details of 2.208 also accessed. They notified the Information Commissioners Office while they are investigat ...

Lloyd Andrews (actor)

Lloyd Andrews was an American actor, singer and composer known as Arkansas Slim. Born December 8, 1906 in Gravette, Arkansas, Andrews grew up on Spavinaw Creek in rural Benton County. He married Lucille Kinsey of Pineville, Arkansas in 1929, yiel ...

Signe Heide Steen

Signe Heide Steen was born in Holmestrand, Norway, one of twelve children of the violin maker Johan Albert Heide 1848–1925 and Julie Hovelsen 1855–1906. Her older brother Harald Heide was a violinist and composer, and at the age of twelve Signe p ...

Sadanon Durongkaveroj

Sadanon Durongkaveroj, born 6 October 2000) is a Thai actor. He is known for his main role as Phop in the film Dew.

Sutatta Udomsilp

Sutatta was born on June 5, 1997 in Bangkok, Thailand. She went to Kasetsart University Laboratory School and Ruamrudee International School before completing her bachelors degree from the Faculty of Communication Arts at Chulalongkorn University ...

Hathaway

Hathaway Manufacturing Company, a predecessor of Berkshire Hathaway, an investment vehicle A brand of dress shirts, formerly made by the C. F. Hathaway Company in Waterville, Maine Berkshire Hathaway, a holding company

Jonathan Ford

Jonathan Ford or Jon Ford may refer to: Jon Ford Australian politician born 1958, Australian politician Jon Ford American politician born 1972, Indiana State Senator Johnathon Ford born 1989, Australian rugby league footballer Lew Ford Jon Lewis ...

Gannett (disambiguation)

Gannett Glacier, glacier in the Rocky Mountains within the United States Gannett Peak, mountain peak in Wyoming, United States Gannett, Idaho, community in Blaine County, Idaho

Account-based selling

Account-based selling, also known as account-based sales and hyper-segmented sales is a strategic sales model in which the sale of goods or services is carried out to narrow segments of the target audience or specific decision makers. In a typica ...

Howard "Dutch" Darrin

Howard "Dutch" Darrin was an American free-lance automotive stylist born in Cranford, New Jersey. Darrin had been a US pilot serving in France in the last years of World War I when he met fellow countryman Thomas Hibbard. They were employed after ...

Murder of Alejandro Ripley

At 8:30 PM on Thursday May 21st 2020, nonverbal autistic 9-year old Alejandero Ripley was found dead submerged in a canal next to the Miccosukee Golf and Country Club golf course in Miami. Prosecutors later charged Ripleys mother Patrica Ripley a ...

Arab Indonesian cuisine

Arab Indonesian cuisine is characterized by the mixture of Middle Eastern cuisine with local Indonesian-style. Arab Indonesians brought their legacy of Arab cuisine - originally from Hadhramaut, Hejaz and Egypt - and modified some of the dishes w ...

Lockerbie (disambiguation)

Lockerbie is a town in south-west Scotland. Lockerbie may also refer to: Lockerbie bombing, the terrorist bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 in December 1988 Lockerbie: The Story and the Lessons, a book focussing on the civil litigation against Pan Am ...

Monica McLemore

Monica Rose McLemore is an American nurse who is an Associate Professor of Family Health Nursing at the University of California, San Francisco. Her work considers reproductive justice and medical care for marginalised communities, with an overar ...

Emily McDowell

Emily McDowell is a writer, illustrator, speaker, teacher, entrepreneur and creative director of Emily McDowell & Friends. In 2015 she was named one of Slate’s 10 Designers Who are Changing the World. Emily has collaborated with Elizabeth Gilbert ...

Betty Flores

Elizabeth G. "Betty" Flores is an American banker and former mayor of Laredo, Texas. She was the first Latina woman to be mayor in Laredos 240 year history.

Franz-Josef Berners

He joined the CDU in 1971 and became a member of Leverkusen city council in 1975. Following the death of Helga Wex, he moved to the German Bundestag in 1986, where he remained until the end of the tenth term in 1987. During this period he was a m ...

Daily Lokaai

The Daily Lokaai is a daily newspaper of Punjab, Pakistan. Lokaai means people or masses in Punjabi. Lokaai was first published in 2006 with purpose to fill the gap created after the closure of daily Khabran punjabi version of Khabrain. Lokaai is ...

SAAS Gallery

SAAS Gallery is a contemporary art gallery based in Chelsea, London. It was founded by Sofya Abbott in 2018 to promote women artists and showcase cutting-edge creators from around the world. Over the past 20 years, Sofya Abbott has been advocatin ...

Erin D. Michos

Erin Kathleen Donnelly Michos is an American cardiologist. She is an associate professor of Medicine and Director of Womens Cardiovascular Health at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Michos is also an Associate Faculty of the Welch Center for Pre ...

James Earl Wright (American football)

James Earl Wright was a gridiron football defensive back and quarterback who played in the American Football League and the Canadian Football League. He played college football at Memphis.

Malika Burkhonova

Malika Burkhonova is an Uzbekistani footballer who plays as a midfielder for Womens Championship club Sevinch and the Uzbekistan womens national team.

Maftuna Jonimqulova

Maftuna Jonimqulova is an Uzbekistani footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Womens Championship club Sevinch and the Uzbekistan womens national team.

Nojel Eastern

Easterns first name, Nojel, is an ananym of his fathers name, Lejon. He was raised by his mother, Tamala Reed, who worked for the Chicago Transit Authority. Eastern had attention deficit hyperactivity disorder since his youth. Even though his mot ...

Denver: The City of Shadows

Denver: The City of Shadows is a boxed campaign set for Shadowrun, Second Edition. It was designed by Nigel D. Findley, Bill Lenox, Tom Wong, and Tom Dowd, with interior art by Joel Biske, Steve Bryant, Paul Daly, Earl Geier, Rick Harris, Jeff La ...

Clearlove

Ming Kai, better known by his in-game ID ClearLove, is a Chinese League of Legends profession player for the team Edward Gaming of the League of Legends Pro League, formerly World Elite. He is a notable player of the "Jungler" position. He has ha ...

ARL Premiership

The ARL Premiership was Australias first grade rugby league competition between 1995 and 1997. It replaced the previous competition, the NSW Premiership.

Barry Burgess

Burgess began his career as an assistant professional at Ashlar Golf Club in Colebee, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney. He early success as an amateur, winning the amateur junior golf title at Pymble. He shot 77-73 to defeat Alan Snape by four ...