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Kerala Nattilam Pengaludane

Kerala Nattilam Pengaludane is a 2014 Indian Tamil-language romantic comedy film directed by S. S. Kumaran and starring debutantes Abi Saravanan, Gayathri, Deekshitha, and Abhirami Suresh.

ACEO

ACEO may refer to: Associação Comercial e Empresarial de Osasco, a leading company located in Osasco, Sao Paolo, Brazil Association of Caribbean Electoral Organizations, a component of the International Foundation for Electoral Systems Art Cards, ...

National Peoples Congress Decision on Hong Kong national security legislation

The draft decision to establish and improve a legal framework and enforcement mechanism for safeguarding national security in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, commonly referred to as the Hong Kong national security law, is a bill that ...

Tom Mehrmann

Mehrmann was formerly Chief Executive Officer at Ocean Park, Hong Kong for 12 years. He joined Ocean Park, Hong Kong as its CEO in February 2004, when he was recommended by then new chairman Allan Zeman immediately after being interviewed. Under ...

Khomeinis 8-article command

Khomeinis 8-article command, is an issued 8-article command by Irans Supreme leader, Seyyed Ruhollah Khomeini; addressing to Judicial system of Iran and executive organizations of the country, on 15 December 1982 -- in order to make the laws base ...

AppValley

AppValley, is an independent American digital distribution service operated by AppValley LLC. It serves as an alternative app store for the Android and iOS mobile operating system, which allows users to download applications that are not availabl ...

Mutiny on Lurongyu 2682

The mutiny and mass murder on Lurongyu 2682, a Chinese squid-jigging trawler, occurred in the Chilean waters in the South Pacific from June to July 2011. Disaffected crewmen, led by Liu Guiduo, 28, seized control of the ship from their captain. A ...

Syed Zainal Abidin

Syed Zainal Abidin Bin Syed Mohamed Tahir is currently the Vice President of Downstream Marketing for PETRONAS. He also became the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of PETRONAS Dangangan Berhad from 2018 until he stepped down in December ...

Chinyere Ohiri-Aniche

Chinyere Ohiri-Aniche was a Nigerian linguist and academic. From 2016 until her death she was head of the National Institute for Nigerian Languages.

International Teqball Federation

The International Teqball Federation is the governing body for the sport of teqball and para teqball. FITEQ was established in March 2017 following the sports inception in 2014. FITEQ is responsible for the governance and management of teqball at ...

Director of Corporate Enforcement v Barry Seymour

Director of Corporate Enforcement v Barry Seymour 1 IR 82, was an Irish Supreme Court case in which the Court ruled that commercial misjudgement was not in itself sufficient to justify disqualification as a company director under the Companies Ac ...

Jamie Iannone

Iannone worked for Epinions and Booz Allen Hamilton, before joining eBay, where he worked for eight years, rising to a vice president role. He was then executive vice president of digital products at Barnes & Noble. In 2014, Iannone joined Sams C ...

ATI Physical Therapy

ATI Physical Therapy is an American provider of physical therapy services based in Bolingbrook, Illinois. Founded by exercise physiologist Greg Steil in 1996 as one clinic in Willowbrook, Illinois, ATI has more than 860 locations in the United St ...

Charles Edge (computer scientist)

Charles Edge is an American computer scientist and author. Edge is a contributing author for Inc.com and Huffington Post. Edge spent 15 years as the Chief Technology Officer of 318 Inc in Santa Monica and 5 years at Jamf Pro. He is now the Chief ...

CVO

Chief veterinary officer Circumventricular organs, positioned around the ventricular system of the brain Cascades Volcano Observatory, Vancouver, Washington, US Common velocity obstacle, a type of velocity obstacle

AMLCFT

Russian Federal Financial Monitoring Service "Rosfinmonitoring" US Anti-money laundering program AMLCFT regulation in the United States Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre or AUSTRAC, Australian government agency, Australias anti-m ...

Counterfeit (disambiguation)

A counterfeit is an imitation made with the intent to deceptively represent its content or origins, such as Counterfeit drug Counterfeit United States currency Counterfeit may also refer to: Balance puzzle, or the counterfeit coin problem "Counte ...

AGMA

Agma is a name for the velar nasal speech sound and the letter ⟨ ŋ ⟩ that stands for it. AGMA may refer to: American Gear Manufacturers Association, a trade group for companies involved in gears, couplings and related power transmission component ...

Linda Rodin

Rodin worked as a model in the 1960s and 70s. She then built a career as a boutique owner in Soho, a buyer at Henri Bendel, and a stylist for Victorias Secret, Harpers Bazaar and Vogue. In 2008, she founded her beauty company, Rodin, from her kit ...

Larry Sherman

Larry Sherman was an American record publisher who helped the rise of house music in the United States. A Chicago businessman, he owned Precision Record Pressing and founded multiple record labels, most notably Trax Records.

Roe Emery

Lereaux William Emery was an American businessman who owned many transportation companies and lodges, and expanded tourism into the National Parks. Roe Emery was known as "the Father of Colorado Tourism". Emery raised sheep in White Sulfur Spring ...

John P. Thornton

Following graduation from Carnegie Mellon University, John was recruited to Astrobotic Technology Inc. by founder Red Whittaker and was promoted to CEO soon after. Under Johns tenure Astrobotic Technology Inc secured several contracts from NASA i ...

Louis A. Jack

Louis Albion Jack was an American politician from Maine. Jack was born to Anglo-American parents in Topsham, Maine. His father, Albion S. Jack 1844-1917, was a successful businessman in the sale of lumber as well as in farming. At the age of 16 h ...

William F. Dressler

William F. Dressler was a rancher, businessman, and state senator in Nevada. Dresslerville, Nevada, is named for him. He gave a 40-acre tract of land to the Washoe tribe in that area via the federal government in 1917. Dressler was the son of Car ...

Penrose Hallowell

Penrose Hallowell is a retired American politician who served as leader of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture between 1979 and 1985.

Thomas Harding (disambiguation)

Thomas Harding was an English religious dissident Thomas Harding may also refer to: Thomas Harding sailor 1837–?, American Civil War Medal of Honor recipient, awarded in 1864 Thomas Oliver Harding 1850–1896, Senior Wrangler at Cambridge Universit ...

Steve Arnold

Steve, Steven or Stephen Arnold may refer to: Steve Arnold footballer, born 1951, English former footballer Stephen Arnold Music, a Dallas-based music production company Steven F. Arnold 1943–1994, American artist Steve Arnold racing driver born ...

Michael Lockwood (executive)

Michael Frederick Lockwood is Director General of the Independent Office for Police Conduct and former CEO of Harrow London Borough Council. As Director General, Lockwood also chairs the IOPC Board, the majority of which is made up of Non-Executi ...

Robert Chandler

Robert Chandler may refer to: Robert Chandler MP for Devizes fl. 1421, English politician Bob Chandler 1949–1995, American football player Bob Chandler footballer 1894–1964, English footballer Robert Chandler MP for Chippenham, fl.1382–1389, MP f ...

Alan Davies (disambiguation)

Alan Davies is a British comedian and actor. Alan Davies may also refer to: Alan Davies RAF officer 1924–1998, British Royal Air Force officer Alan T. Davies born 1933, professor of religion at the University of Toronto, Canada Alan Davies poet b ...

Stephen Cooper

Stephen Cooper or Steve Cooper is the name of: Stephen Cooper businessman, CEO of Warner Music Group Stephen Cooper American football born 1979, San Diego Chargers linebacker Stephen Cooper athlete, paralympic athlete from Great Britain Steve Coo ...

Phil Parry

Phil Parry is a Welsh author, and freelance journalist formerly of BBC Cymru Wales. His work has appeared in the BBC television programmes Panorama, and Newsnight, and he was a presenter on the Welsh current affairs programme Week In, Week Out. H ...

Faye Leung (businesswoman)

Faye Leung is a Canadian businesswoman, best known for her involvement in the scandal that brought down the British Columbia government of Bill Vander Zalm in 1991 surrounding the sale of Fantasy Gardens. Raised in Vancouver and Victoria Chinatow ...

Drew Pavlou

Drew Pavlou is an Australian philosophy student studying at the University of Queensland and a member of the University of Queensland Senate. He is presently facing expulsion proceedings from the university, over allegations of bullying and haras ...

Rajeshwari Datta (actress)

Rajeshwari Datta is an Indian film and television actress. She is known for playing Mitul Sengupta in seasons 2 and 3 of JAMAI RAJA for Zee TV, Aparna Deshmukh in Tujhse Hai Raabta, and Chanda in Meri Hanikarak Biwi for &TV. She made her film ...

Aaron Bow

Aaron Booe, known professionally as Aaron Bow, is an American record producer, instrumentalist, and composer. He has produced for artists including Travis Scott, Post Malone, Kendrick Lamar, Gucci Mane, and Bryson Tiller. Bows unique, genre-fluid ...

Creditninja

Creditninja was founded by Mark Friedgan in 2017. Friedgan is currently the CEO of the company. He was a part of the core team behind Enova International, a publicly traded consumer financial services company.

MWC

MWC may refer to: Mobile World Congress, annual conference and trade show for the mobile phone industry in Barcelona Mountain West Conference, another U.S. collegiate athletic conference more often abbreviated as MW Mark Williams Company, a softw ...

WOF

WOF is an acronym that may refer to: Worlds of Fun, a Cedar Fair amusement park in Kansas City, Missouri Wall of Flesh, the peach colored wall that is made of flesh in the TV show, Adventure Time. WOF album, by Quiero Club Wheel of Fortune, a lon ...

Silverdale

Australia Silverdale, New South Wales Silverdale, Queensland Canada Silverdale, British Columbia India Silverdale, Coonoor New Zealand Silverdale, Auckland Silverdale, Hamilton United Kingdom Silverdale, Nottingham Silverdale, Lancashire Silverda ...

Walkinshaw Cowan

Walkinshaw Cowan was private secretary to Western Australian Governors John Hutt, Andrew Clarke and Frederick Irwin, then in 1848 he became Protector of Natives and a Justice of the Peace, and then Resident Magistrate at York from 1863 to 1887.

Jayawijaya Dirgantara

Jayawijaya Dirgantara is an airline based in Jakarta, Indonesia. It operates domestic / regional cargo flights in the territory of the province of Papua. Its main base is at Halim Perdanakusuma Airport.

Aeronautica

Aeronautica may refer to: Aeronautica Imperialis, a tabletop miniature wargame Special Administrative Unit of Civil Aeronautics, Colombian government agency also known as Aeronautica Civil Aeronautica Angola, an Angolian airline Aeronautica Milit ...

Fiat A.60

The A.60 had a valve control mechanism and the distribution shaft seal, which had a special cover ensuring uniform cooling of the cylinders. In addition to the basic A.60, an A.60-R version was developed which featured a front reduction unit, sel ...

Eaglet

eaglet may refer to: HMS Eaglet shore establishment, home of Royal Naval Reserve Merseyside, Royal Marines Reserve Merseyside and Liverpool URNU since 1995 Isis Eaglet, also known as Isis Egret, a character in Magical Chronicle Lyrical Nanoha For ...

CMD – Costruzioni Motori Diesel S.p.A.

The CMD – Costruzioni Motori Diesel S.p.A. or more simply CMD is an Italian company that designs, develops, builds and markets marine engines, with its brand FNM Marine.

Angela Essien

Before starting her own business, Essien worked as a network engineer at Ettetronics Nigeria Limited, and also taught in several schools. She and Henry Nnalue founded Allpro as a startup in 2017. Allpro offers credit management to lenders and giv ...

Mahanadi Riverine Port

Mahanadi Riverine port is a deep-water, all-weather port proposed to be constructed at the mouth of Mahanadi River in Kendrapara district in the Indian state of Odisha.

MSSA

MSSA may refer to: Montreal Student Space Associations Mind Sports South Africa Multi-channel/-variate Singular spectrum analysis, an extension of the SSA technique Military Selective Service Act, a law establishing the current Selective Service ...

UFS

Universal Fighting System, a collectible card game UFS the stock ticker for Domtar UFS trade union, former trade union in the United Kingdom United Family Services United Feature Syndicate, commonly known as United Media United Feeder Service, a ...