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Carlford Division, Suffolk

Carlford Division, Suffolk is an electoral division of Suffolk which returns one county councillor to Suffolk County Council. Robin Vickery, the Conservative County Councillor resigned on 8 June 2020 following over 600 complaints were made concer ...

Robert Gorlinger

Robert Gorlinger was a German politician of the Social Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

CJK Unified Ideographs Extension G

CJK Unified Ideographs Extension G is a Unicode block containing rare and historic CJK ideographs for Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese. It is the first block to be allocated to the Tertiary Ideographic Plane. The well-known characters Bi ...

Madurese cuisine

Madurese cuisine is a cuisine tradition of Madurese people from Madura Island in Indonesia. This cuisine also known in East Java as well as on the south coast of Kalimantan. Madura cuisine has salty, savoury and spicy tastes with Javanese-influen ...

Igd al-Jalad (music group)

Igd al-Jalād, is a popular Sudanese music group. It was founded in the 1980s, comprising several singers and instrumentalists and has been active with new members since then. The group became famous both because of their musical compositions, as ...

Will & Woody

Will & Woody is a syndicated Australian radio show hosted by Will McMahon and Woody Whitelaw. The show in its current form first aired on the KIIS Network on 18 January 2018.

Sarah Rudd

Sarah Rudd is one of the early pioneers of sports analytics applied to soccer. In 2011, Rudd developed a method, based on Markov Chains, for evaluating the performance of players. This method was later adopted by several other companies, academic ...

Stromatium barbatum

Stromatium barbatum is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. This species is native to the Oriental region. It has been recorded in mainland India, the Andaman Islands, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Reunion and Seychelles. This species ...

Aboriginal land title in Canada

In Canada, aboriginal title is considered a sui genereis interest in land in the sense that its characteristics cannot be completely explained by reference either to only the common law rules of real property, or to only the rules of property fou ...

Analytica

Analytica may refer to: Analytica software, computer software for quantitative decision models Analytica Chimica Acta, a scientific journal Oxford Analytica, an international consulting firm Analytica Priora, Aristotle s work on deductive reasoni ...

Daytona Coupe

Daytona Coupe may refer to: Superformance Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe SPF Coupe, designed by Peter Brock, also known as the "Brock Coupe" no relation to the Australian race driver of the same name. The Brock Coupe is the only Shelby-licensed conti ...

Ivan March

Ivan March was a musician, editor of The Stereo Record Guide and a series of Penguin Guides to recorded classical music.

Dixit Diet

The Dixit diet is a diet plan originally conceived by Shrikant Jichkar and now carried forward by Jagannath Dixit. The diet plan is aimed towards managing obesity and controlling diabetes, and is based on the role of insulin in diabetes and obesi ...

Hettie Simmons Love

Hettie Simmons Love was the first African-American to earn a Master of Business Administration degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Born in Jacksonville, Florida, Hettie Simmons Love attended Fisk University and gradu ...

Linda Zhao

Linda Zhao is a Chinese-American statistician. She is a Professor of Statistics and at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics. Zhao specializes in modern machine learning ...

ARM Guadaloupe

The Mexican Navy steam paddle frigate Guadalupe was the flagship of the Mexican Navy from 1842 to 1847. She participated in the Naval Battle of Campeche in 1843. She was one of the first iron hulled warships ever built and the one of the first to ...

L10

L 10 Friedensengel, a variant of the Blohm & Voss BV 950 USS L-10 SS-50, an L-class submarine of the United States Navy L 10, a prototype of the Saab 17 L10 Ranger Anti-Personnel mine, a British blast mine HMS L10, a 1918 British L class submarine

Brown Brothers

Brown Brothers may refer to: Six Brown Brothers, a jazz sextet Brown Brothers Milawa Vineyard, an Australian wine company Brown Brothers of Great Eastern Street, London, UK, manufacturer of the Brown quadricycle first sold in 1899 Brown Brothers ...

Hyundai Group (disambiguation)

Hyundai Group was a South Korean chaebol, controlled by Chung Ju-yung until his death in 2001, which has been broken up into numerous independent companies. The term may also refer to many of these successor companies, including: Hyundai Heavy In ...

Gia An 115 Hospital

Gia An 115 Hospital is a 367 bed private general hospital, owned by Hoa Lam Group, in Ho Chi Minh City. Gia An 115 Hospital is the second hospital in the Hoa Lam-Shangri-La Healthcare Techpark, next to City International Hospital. The location is ...

Chong Kee Hiong

Chong Kee Hiong is a Singapore politician. A member of the Singapore-based Peoples Action Party, he currently serves as a member of parliament for Bishan–Toa Payoh Group Representation Constituency.

Robert Rochon Taylor

Robert Rochon Taylor was an American housing activist and banker. A founder of the Illinois Federal Savings and Loan, a mortgager for black residents of Chicagos South Side, Taylor was the first black member of the Chicago Housing Authority and l ...

Koho (fintech)

Koho is a Canadian neobank based in Vancouver, British Columbia. The company provides financial services through its mobile app and prepaid debit card. While not the first online only bank, Koho does have the distinction of being the first neoban ...

CCTC

CCTC may refer to: Chemung Canal Trust Company, a New York State chartered trust company based in Elmira, New York, USA Current Cost To Company. Canadian Council for Tobacco Control, a registered Canadian charity California Commission on Teacher ...

Pingan

Pingan, Baicheng, in Taobei District, Baicheng, Jilin Pingan Avenue 平安街, major through route in Beijing, China Pingan, Pingan County, in Qinghai Pingan, Shulan, in Jilin Pingan Township 平安镇, name of several towns in China Pingan, Lanzhou, i ...

The Wave (2019 film)

Frank Justin Long, a crooked insurance lawyer goes out with his co-worker, Jeff Donald Faison. Jeff and Frank meet Natalie Katia Winter and Theresa Sheila Vand who take them to a party. It is there that Aeolus Tommy Flanagan gives Frank and There ...

Bachelier model

The Model of Bachelier is the name given by a model of an asset price under brownian motion presented by Louis Bachelier on his PhD thesis The Theory of Speculation. On the day of 2020-04-08, CME Group posted the note CME Clearing Plan to Address ...

Helen Sherman Griffith

Helen Sherman Griffith was an American author. An Iowan, she was the "prolific" author of the Letty Grey series of childrens books, published by Penn Publishing Company of Philadelphia. She wrote three plays in 1899: The Ministers Wife, The Burgl ...

Schlegel (disambiguation)

Schlegel, Thuringia, a municipality in the district of Saale-Orla-Kreis in Thuringia Schlegel, Saxony, a village in the district of Lobau-Zittau in Saxony belonging to the town of Zittau

Tokyu 8000 series

The Tokyu 8000 series is a commuter electric multiple unit train type operated by the private railway operator Tokyu Corporation in Japan from 1969 until 2008. A number of 8000 series trains are still operated by Izukyū Corporation in Japan and o ...

Leicester power station

Leicester power stations are a series of electricity generating stations that have provided electric power to the City of Leicester and the wider area from 1894. The first station, located within Aylestone gas works, supplied electricity for stre ...

Kerala Ayurveda

Kerala Ayurveda Limited is an Indian Kerala company manufacturing and trading Ayurveda products and is into treatment and wellness centers and into education related to the system of Ayurveda. Kerala Ayurveda is an Indian publicly traded company ...

Crystal C. Watkins Johansson

Crystal C. Watkins Johansson is an American neuroscientist and psychiatrist and Associate Professor of neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine as well as the Director of the Sheppard Pratt Memory Clinic in Neuropsychiatry in B ...

Celia (Virtual assistant)

Celia is an artificially intelligent virtual assistant developed by Huawei for its latest Android-based EMUI smartphones that lack Google Services and a Google Assistant. The assistant can perform day-to-day tasks such as, making a phone call, se ...

L9

HMS L9, a British L class submarine Royal Ordnance L9, a British tank gun L9A1 51 mm light mortar, used by the British Army L9 Bar Mine, a large rectangular British anti-tank landmine USS L-9 SS-49, an L-class submarine of the United States Navy

Valby Gasworks

Valby Gasworks was a former gasworks between Vigerslev Alle og Retortvej in the Copenhagen suburb of Valby. It was one of Denmarks largest gasworks, with a total area of 270.000 m 2. It produced coal gas between 1907 and 1963, and from then on wa ...

Bays (disambiguation)

Bays are areas of water bordered by land on three sides. Bays may also refer to: Bays surname Baltimore Bays, a soccer team that played in the North American Soccer League Baltimore Bays USISL, a soccer team that played in the United Soccer Leagu ...

Bidwell

Bidwells Bar, California, gold-mining camp Bidwell Park, municipal park in Chico, California Fort Bidwell, California Bidwell-Sacramento River State Park, Butte County, California Bidwell, Missouri Bidwell Bar Bridge, two suspension bridges in Or ...

High Royds

High Royds, High Royd, Highroyd or Highroyds may refer to several different places. Two separate areas in Yorkshire, England: a part of Menston, West Yorkshire Highroyds Village – a residential development on the site of the former High Royds Hos ...

Log cabin (disambiguation)

Log Cabin, Texas, a city in Henderson County, U.S. Log Cabin University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S. Log Cabin Oak Park Heights, Minnesota, U.S. Log Cabin Bellevue, Nebraska, U.S. The Log Cabin, later Pods and Jerrys, a cabaret and jazz club ...

S32

S32 may refer to: S32 postcode for Hope Valley USS S-32 SS-137, a 1918 S-class submarine of the United States Navy an early-stage non-built airframe of the Sukhoi Su-47, a 1997 experimental supersonic jet fighter 32-bit type used by the real-time ...

Snork

Snork may refer to: Snorks, a comic book, and later a cartoon series that began in the mid 80s and ended by the late 80s. Snork Maiden, a member of the species known as Snorks and a character in the writings and illustrations of Tove Jansson Snor ...

Mostafa Keshvari

Keshvari was born in Tehran, Iran. He started his film directing career on 2015. His first featured film Unmasked won numerous awards at international film festivals and his first short film I Ran was selected in Cannes Short Corner Film Festival ...

Portrait of Martin Luther (Lucas Cranach the Younger, 1564)

Portrait of Martin Luther is a 1564 oil on canvas painting by Lucas Cranach the Younger and studio, in St. Elizabeths Church, Wroclaw before World War Two and now in the National Museum, Warsaw. It is based on Lucas Cranach the Elders three-quart ...

Kroger 200

Kroger 200 can mean: The Cheerios Betty Crocker 200, a NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race held at Richmond International Raceway from 1995 through 2005, and which was titled the Kroger 200 in 2000, 2001 and 2004. The Texas Roadhouse 200, a NASCAR ...

Fruitvale

Fruitvale BART station Fruitvale, Fresno County, California Fruitvale, Oakland, California Fruitvale, Kern County, California Fruitvale, California disambiguation, several places Fruitvale Oil Field, underneath Bakersfield, California Fruitvale B ...

Chinas Economy

Chinas Economy: What Everyone Needs To Know is a 2016 book by American author Arthur R. Kroeber, and part of the Oxford University Press series What Everyone Needs To Know. The book provides a broad overview of the rise of Chinas economy.

Robert Layton (musicologist)

Robert Layton is an English musicologist and music critic. Between 1949 and 1953 he studied at Worcester College, Oxford under Edmund Rubbra and Egon Wellesz. He then went to Sweden, where he learned the language and studied with Carl-Allan Mober ...

Rassam cylinder

The Rassam cylinder is a cuneiform cylinder, forming a prism with ten faces, written by Neo-Assyrian king Ashurbanipal in the 7th century BCE, in 643 BCE. The cylinder was discovered in the North Palace of Nineveh by Hormuzd Rassam in 1854, hence ...

Ramon Guillermo

Ramon "Bomen" Guillermo was born in 1969 in Manila, Philippines to poet Gelacio Guillermo and art historian Alice Guillermo. A graduate of Philippine Science High School, he received his B.A. and M.A. in Philippine Studies from the University of ...