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OntoLex is the short name of a vocabulary for lexical resources in the web of data and the short name of the W3C community group that created it.

February 2013 Kirkuk attack

At 9:15 am on 3 February 2013, a suicide truck bombing occurred in Kirkuk, northern Iraq. The bomber triggered the blast near a side entrance to the citys police headquarters, demolishing part of a nearby government office and leaving a large cra ...

Admiralty Materials Laboratory

The Admiralty Materials Laboratory, located at Holton Heath, is one of the United Kingdoms principal defence R & D establishements. In 1978 The Admiralty Materials Laboratory was combined with the Naval Construction Research Establishment to form ...

Gunter Krings

Gunter Krings is a German lawyer and politician of the Christian Democratic Union who has been serving as a member of the Bundestag from the state of North Rhine-Westphalia since 2002. In 2013, he was appointed Parliamentary State Secretary at th ...

Picabar

Picabar, stylised PICABAR, is a small bar located in Northbridge, Western Australia, within the Perth Cultural Centre. It is situated within the old Perth Boys School building, part of the Perth Central School complex in the early 1900s, adjacent ...

Spencon

The company was established by Jitendra Chhotabhai Patel. In September 1979 incorporation occurred. In addition to its business in Kenya, began operating in Tanzania and Uganda, India, and Zambia in circa 1984-1985, 1988, and 1994, respectively. ...

Isiolo–Mandera Road

Isiolo–Mandera Road, is a road in Kenya. It is a major transport route linking north-central Kenya to Kenyas northeast. The counties that the road traverses are generally arid, and have hitherto been undeserved. This road project is the largest a ...

DBH

DBH may refer to: `DBH fl. 230-240, 3rd-century king of Axum on the territory of modern-day Ethiopia Diameter at breast height, standard method, in forestry terminology, of expressing the diameter of the trunk of a tree Dopamine β-hydroxylase, en ...

Nairobi (disambiguation)

Mayor of Nairobi, non-executive head of Nairobi City Council Africa/Nairobi, a time zone identifier Nairobi City Council, former local authority governing the city of Nairobi Nairobi local elections, 2013, held in Nairobi County Nairobi County, o ...

ECB

Environmental Campus Birkenfeld, a branch of the Trier University of Applied Sciences in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany Government Engineering College Bikaner, a technical education institute in Bikaner, Rajasthan, India Wisconsin Educational Comm ...

Postbank

Postbank or Post bank may refer to any of the postal savings systems in these countries: Postbank South Africa, a savings financial institution in South Africa; a division of the South African Post Office Philippine Postal Savings Bank - A saving ...

Fo Guang Shan Monastery

Fo Guang Shan Monastery is a Chinese Mahāyāna Buddhist monastery in Dashu District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. It is the headquarters of the Fo Guang Shan international organization and the largest Buddhist monastery in Taiwan.

Kretinga Bernadine Monastery

The Bernadine Monastery and Church of the Annunciation to the Blessed Virgin Mary in Kretinga, Lithuania, is one of the oldest churches and the first monastery in Samogitia. The masonry buildings of the monastery and the church were built in 1605 ...

URM

Under-represented minority URM Stores, a retail cooperative in the north-western United States Ministry of Foreign Affairs Lithuania, Lithuanian: Uzsienio Reikalų Ministerija URM Union Rescue Mission, a homeless Christian shelter in Los Angeles

Nema

Nema urban-type settlement, an urban-type settlement in Kirov Oblast, Russia Nema island, Federated States of Micronesia Nema, a town in Mauritania

Pavel Chirau

Colonel Pavel Chirau was a Moldovan military officer who served as the first Chief of the General Staff of the Army of the Republic of Moldova.

2020 in Montenegro

January 2 - several thousand fans of the Red Star Belgrade marched to the Montenegrin embassy in Belgrade to support the protests in Montenegro against the law, setting off fireworks that partially burned the flag of Montenegro outside the embass ...

Spill (book)

Spill is a 1991 fictional thriller by Les Standiford about a lethal biological weapon that has leaked from a crashed tanker truck in Yellowstone National Park. Agents of PetroDyne Corporation, the Denver-based chemical company responsible for man ...

Academy of Traditional Arts

The Academy of Traditional Arts is an art school in Casablanca, Morocco. It focuses on preserving the traditional arts and crafts in Morocco. It was founded in 2012 and its located at the Hassan II Mosque complex.

Chinese Friendship Farms in Africa

Chinese Friendship Farms are part of the agricultural cooperation of the Peoples Republic of China with many African states. Some of the numerous projects started as development aid, other engagements lost this aspect. "China’s Friendship Farms i ...

Accord

Noumea Accord 1998 in New Caledonian politics Meech Lake Accord 1987 in Canadian constitutional development Charlottetown Accord 1992 in Canadian constitutional development Prices and Incomes Accord 1980s in Australian industrial relations 1951 A ...

Anton Saurma von der Jeltsch

Anton was born on 27 March 1836 in Adelsdorf, Germany today part of south-western Poland. He was a son of Freiherr Johann Alexander Saurma von der Jeltsch-Lorzendorf 1804–1841 and the former Freifrau Marie Luise Antonie Anna Franziska von Franken ...

Paek Nam-un

Paek Nam-un is an economist, educator and politician during the Japanese colonial period and following the establishment of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea. He was a professor of economics at Yeonhee College and an economic theorist of t ...

Norway–Poland relations

Norway–Poland relations refers to the diplomatic relations between the Kingdom of Norway and the Republic of Poland. Both nations enjoy friendly relations, the importance of which centers on mutual historical relations and the fact that more than ...

List of the oldest buildings in Wisconsin

This article attempts to list the oldest extant, freestanding buildings in the state of Wisconsin. Some dates are approximate and based on architectural studies and historical records; other dates are based on dendrochronology. All entries should ...

NSB

Nippon Shortwave Broadcasting now Radio Nikkei, a domestic commercial shortwave radio station in Japan Nature Structural & Molecular Biology, an academic journal

Moya

Moya District, Peru Moya, Nigeria, a Local Government Area in Niger State Moya, Las Palmas, a municipality in the province of Las Palmas, in the autonomous community of the Canary Islands, Spain Moya, Cuenca, a municipality in the province of Cue ...

Gonzalez.selinav/Citizenship of the Democratic Republic of Congo

Citizenship of the Democratic Republic of Congo is regulated by the Congolese Civil Code and the Special Law on Congolese Nationality. Congolese citizenship can be acquired in three ways; by deriving citizenship from at lest one Congolese parent, ...

Terrance Yeakey

Terrance Yeakey was an Oklahoma City Police Department officer who played major role in the rescue and recovery operations at the aftermath of the Oklahoma City bombing on April 19, 1995. A year after the bombing Terrance Yeakey died in debated c ...

Coop

Coop, COOP or Co-op usually refers to: Food cooperative or "food co-op" Building cooperative Housing cooperative, e.g., a co-op apartment in a co-op apartment building Cooperative "coop" or co-operative "co-op", an association of persons who coop ...

Praetorian

Praetorian prefect, the title of a high office in the Roman Empire Legatus Praetorian legate, the title of a high military rank in the Roman Empire Praetorian Guard, a special force of skilled and celebrated troops serving as the personal guard o ...

Ashanti Traditional Buildings

The Asante Traditional Buildings are the only surviving examples of traditional Ashanti architecture. To the north-east of Kumasi, these are the last material remains of the great Asante civilization, which reached its high point in the 18th cent ...

Syria Trust for Development

Syria Trust for Development is a Syrian non-governmental non-profit organization works to empower communities and individuals and involving them in development work so they can perform their role in building community and making future. In additi ...

Te Awahou Nieuwe Stroom

Te Awahou Nieuwe Stroom is a multi-cultural, multi-purpose visitor and community hub in Foxton, in the southern part of New Zealands North Island. The award-winning facility hosts some 150.000 users annually - to visit the Maori and Dutch museums ...

Synagogue Keren Yechoua

The synagogue was founded in 1923 and was named Keren Yechoua after local philanthropist Yechoua Sauveur Kisraoui who provided the land for the synagogue building. The keystone was placed in 1925 and the synagogue itself was opened and consecrate ...

RAAF Base Amberley heritage structures

RAAF Base Amberley heritage structures is a heritage-listed military installation at RAAF Base Amberley on Southern Amberley Road, Amberley, Queensland, Australia. It was added to the Australian Commonwealth Heritage List on 22 June 2004.

Procurator

Procurator may refer to: HM Procurator General and Treasury Solicitor, one of the positions held by the Treasury Solicitor in the United Kingdom Procurator, one engaged in procuration, the action of taking care of, hence management, stewardship, ...

Embassy of Georgia to the Kingdom of the Netherlands

The Embassy of Georgia in The Hague is the diplomatic mission of Georgia to the Kingdom of the Netherlands. It is located at Lange Vijverberg 12, 2513 AC, in The Hague. The Embassy was established in 2007 after the establishment of diplomatic rel ...

West Bank (disambiguation)

The West Bank is a landlocked territory east of Israel and west of Jordan, forming the bulk of the State of Palestine. West Bank or Westbank may also refer to:

Oman–Yemen border

The border consists essentially of a single straight line orientated NW-SE, from the Saudi tripoint down to the Arabian Sea coast at Ras Darbat Ali. The exception is a small triangular kink roughly halfway along the boundary line, which juts into ...

2020 al-Jawf offensive

The Al Jawf offensive began in February 2020 with clashes in the al-Jawf region and reached a decisive phase with the capture of the town of Al Hazm by the Houthi movement on 1 March 2020 from the Hadi government, during the Second Yemeni Civil War.

DPR

Democratic Party of Russia, a Russian political party California Department of Pesticide Regulation, one of six branches of the California Environmental Protection Agency Peoples Representative Council Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat, Indonesias lower ho ...

Supreme Council

Supreme Council of Ethnic Hellenes, a non-profit organisation in Greece established in 1997 Supreme Council of Antiquities, part of the Egyptian Ministry of Culture

Syed Yaqub

Syed Yaˈqūb was a 14th-century Sufi Muslim figure in the Sylhet region. In 1303, he took part in the final battle of the Conquest of Sylhet led by Shah Jalal.

Planning Commission

Planning commissions are governmental bodies that make decisions about planning and development. Examples of planning commissions include: Planning and Zoning Commission, a local government planning body in the United States New York City Plannin ...

National Democratic Party (Bangladesh)

Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury led the National Democratic Party in the early 1990s and worked against the Bangladesh Awami League against the Bangladesh Nationalist Party government. The National Democratic Party joined the National Democratic Fron ...

Union councils of Jessore District

Union councils of Jessore District are the smallest rural administrative and local government units in Jessore District of Bangladesh. There are 8 upazilas in Jessore district with 00 Union councils. The list are below:

Five-year plan

Five-year plans for the national economy of the Soviet Union, a series of nationwide centralized economic plans in the Soviet Union Five-Year Plans of Romania, economic development projects in Communist Romania, largely inspired by the Soviet mod ...

RTC

Regional Technical College, former name of Institutes of Technology in Ireland Reformed Theological College, Australia Royal Thimphu College, the first private university in Bhutan Renton Technical College, also known as Renton Tech, an American ...

British Bhutanese

British Bhutanese are people of Bhutanese ancestry who are citizens of the United Kingdom or resident in the country. This includes people born in the UK who are of Bhutanese descent, and Bhutan-born people who have migrated to the UK.