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Jane Nabulindo Kwoba

Jane Nabulindo Kwoba is a Ugandan politician, teacher by profession and legislator. She represents the people of Busia district as district Woman representative in the parliament of Uganda. She is an independent member of parliament, she entered ...

Code (disambiguation)

Code metadata, data elements whose allowable values can be represented as enumerated lists Machine code, a sequence of instructions to a processor unit , an HTML element Encoding memory, store and recall information Source code, a sequence of sta ...

Vladimir Fetin

Vladimir Aleksandrovich Fetin was a Soviet film director. He was named Merited Artist of the RSFSR in 1975.

Sally Lucas Jean

Sally Lucas Jean was born June 18, 1878 as the youngest child of three to George and Emilie Watkins nee Selby Jean in Towson, Maryland. Her mother was a southerner while her father had fought for the north in the American Civil War. Her father wa ...

Risieri Frondizi

Risieri Frondizi Ercoli was born on 20 November 1910 in Posadas, Argentina. His parents were Julio Frondizi and Isabel Ercoli, who had arrived in the 1890s from Gubbio, Umbria, Italy. Frondizi had seven brothers and six sisters. They included Art ...

Matias Kulfas

Matias Sebastian Kulfas is an Argentine economist and professor, currently serving as the countrys Minister of Productive Development since 10 December 2019, in the cabinet of President Alberto Fernandez. He previously served as Undersecretary of ...

Marcela Losardo

Marcela Miriam Losardo is an Argentine lawyer and politician, currently serving as the countrys Minister of Justice and Human Rights since 10 December 2019, in the cabinet of President Alberto Fernandez.

Mario Meoni

Mario Andres Meoni is an Argentine politician, currently serving as the countrys Minister of Transport since 10 December 2019, in the cabinet of President Alberto Fernandez. From 2003 to 2015, Meoni was intendente of Junin, a partido in the Bueno ...

Gabriel Katopodis

Gabriel Katopodis is an Argentine lawyer and politician, currently serving as the countrys Minister of Public Works since 10 December 2019, in the cabinet of President Alberto Fernandez. From 2011 to 2019, Katopodis was intendente of General San ...

Sande

Sande, More og Romsdal, a municipality in More og Romsdal county Sande, Vestfold, a municipality in Vestfold county Sande Station, a railway station in Sande municipality in Vestfold county Sande Church Sunnmore, a church in Sande municipality in ...

AEP

Association of Environmental Professionals, a non-profit organization Australian Equality Party Associação dos Escoteiros de Portugal Scout Association of Portugal, interreligious and coed Scouting organization American Electric Power, an electri ...

Baley

Virko Baley born 1938, Ukrainian-American musician Baley DJ, Gabriel Ogrin, Slovenian DJ and music producer Henry Baley died 1701, governor of the Hudsons Bay Company Stefan Baley 1885–1952, Polish psychologist Michael Alston Baley, stage name of ...

Galen (disambiguation)

Galen, Montana, United States, an unincorporated community Galen crater, a lunar impact crater Galen Peak, Palmer Archipelago, Antarctica Galen, New York, United States, a town

Philip Wright

Philip or Phillip Wright may refer to: Philip Adrian Wright born 1956, English musician Phillip Wright pastoralist 1889–1970, Australian pastoralist and philanthropist Philip Wright bishop born 1967, Belizean divine; bishop of Belizes Anglican Di ...

Geopathology

Geopathology is a pseudoscentific theory that links the Earths inherent radiation with the health of humans, animals and plant life. The term is derived from Greek γεω- geō-, combining form of γῆ gê," earth” and πάθος pathos," suffering” - ie pat ...

Quebec Coalition for Homeopathy

The Quebec Coalition for Homeopathy is an astroturfing organization founded in 2019 by homeopathy giant Boiron to argue for the creation of a professional order for homeopaths in the Canadian province of Quebec.

Doping

Doping may refer to: Link doping, in search engine optimization Doping, adding a dopant to something Doping semiconductor, intentionally introducing impurities into an extremely pure semiconductor to change its electrical properties Aircraft dope ...

PRC (disambiguation)

Philippine Red Cross Professional Regulation Commission, Philippines Producers Releasing Corporation, Hollywood film studio 1939–1947 Presbyterian Reformed Church Australia Pew Research Center Postal Regulatory Commission, an independent regulato ...

Go Back to China

Go Back to China is a 2019 film written and directed by Emily Ting. It stars Anna Akana as Sasha Li, a trust fund wannabe designer whose father pressures her to go to Shenzen to learn the family business. The film is semi-autobiographical and is ...

St. Elizabeth Hospital

St. Elizabeth Hospital in Manhattan, opened in 1890 and now closed St. Elizabeths Hospital, Utica, New York, former name of St. Elizabeth Medical Center; the first hospital in Oneida County 1867 HSHS St. Elizabeths Hospital OFallon, IL St. Elizab ...

Sestricky (TV series)

Sestricky is a Slovak drama television series directed by Petr Nikolaev and Brano Misik for two seasons and premiered on Televiza Markiza on September 4, 2018 starring Kristina Svarinska, Aniko Vargova, Dana Kosicka, Kristina Madarova, Helena Kra ...

The Return of the Prodigal Son (1966 film)

The Return of the Prodigal Son is a 1966 Czechoslovak drama film directed by Evald Schorm. The film won Special Mention at Locarno International Film Festival in 1967.

Libuse Niklova

Libuse Niklova, nee Kyselakova was a famous Czech toy designer. She has designed over 230 original and legendary toys, for example, rubber figurines, accordion animals and very favorite inflatable toys. Her toys are represented in collections of ...

Leopold Moll

Leopold Moll was an Austro-Hungarian paediatrician, court counsellor, teacher and organiser of social paediatric care. He was the founder and long-time director of the Institute for Maternity and Infant Care in Vienna. Moll was author of many sci ...

Cirkus Arena

Circus Arena is a Danish circus that was founded in 1955. Today it is the largest circus in Scandinavia and within the nordic countries. Cirkus Arenas tent is 45 meters in diameter and can accommodate 1.750 spectators. They have several other ten ...

EDF

EDF Luminus, their Belgian subsidiary Electricite de France, a French energy company Education for Development Foundation, a Thai charity EDF Energy, their British subsidiary Eclaireurs de France, a French Scouting association Environmental Defen ...

Sahra Halgan

Halgan was born in 1972 in Hargeisa, Somaliland, at the time led by Mohamed Siad Barre. At 13 years old, she began to sing. Performing on the stage and singing in public is frowned upon by her community, but she has persisted. The Somali civil wa ...

Victor Liotard

Victor Theophile Liotard was a pharmacist and French colonial administrator. Liotard was born in Chandernagor, French India. He trained as a marine pharmacist at the Rochefort naval medical school, from which he graduated with the rank of assista ...

2020 Christian Democratic Union of Germany leadership election

The 2020 Christian Democratic Union leadership election was due to take place during the partys 33rd Congress in Berlin on 25 April 2020 following Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauers decision in February 2020 to resign as Leader of the Christian Democrat ...

AIDS (disambiguation)

Astro Investigation and Defence Service, a fictional organisation in the film Bad Taste AIDS journal, a journal about HIV and AIDS Aids film, a 1987 Malayalam film

Bonaventura Clotet

Bonaventura Clotet Sala is a Spanish physician. He has been the head of the HIV unit at the Germans Trias i Pujol University Hospital in Badalona from 1987 to 2015, and since then he has been the head of the Infectious Diseases service at the sam ...

DTG

DTG may refer to: Date-time group, a set of characters used to express date and time Digital TV Group, UK members association for digital television Dolutegravir, an antiretroviral drug used to treat HIV/AIDS Direct to garment printing, a process ...

Defence Health Services (Namibia)

The Defence Health Services Directorate is the branch of the Namibian Defence Force responsible for medical facilities and the training and deployment of all medical personnel within the force. It is a significant actor in the effort to control H ...

Viviana Simon

Viviana Simon is a Professor of Microbiology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She is a member of the ISMMS Global Health and Emerging Pathogens Institute. Her research considers viral-host interactions and the mode of action of ret ...

Blood brother (disambiguation)

Blood Brothers 2011 film, an Australian TV film featuring Cariba Heine Blood Brothers 1993 film, a made-for-television film featuring Richard Yearwood The Blood Brothers, the working title of the 2007 Chinese film The Warlords Blood Brothers 2007 ...

Cel-Sci Corporation

Cel-Sci Corporation, is a biotechnology company that is testing drugs for the treatment of cancer, autoimmune and infectious diseases through the research and development of immunotherapy products. Its product Multikine is currently in Phase III ...

List of hospitals in Guyana

This is a list of hospitals in Guyana. The following hospitals are located in Guyana: Prasads Hospital, Georgetown Georgetown Public Hospital, Georgetown main referral hospital. Woodland Hospital, Georgetown. Mahaica Hospital, Mahaica, Demerara-M ...

Mercy Hospital

Mercy Hospital for Women, Melbourne, Heidelberg, Victoria Werribee Mercy Hospital, Werribee, Victoria Mercy Hospital, Western Australia, Mount Lawley, Western Australia

Andree-Rosemon Hospital

Andree-Rosemon Hospital is a hospital in Cayenne, French Guiana. With 747 beds, it is the largest and only full-service hospital in the overseas department and region of French Guiana. The hospital is located in the Madeleine district of Cayenne. ...

Regional Hospital Wanica

Regional Hospital Wanica is a hospital in Lelydorp, Suriname. The hospital opened on 7 February 2020 in its initial stage, and serves the Wanica District. With 180 beds and 9 ICU beds, it will be a full-service hospital for the region without the ...

Rewa

Rewa, Madhya Pradesh, a city Rewa princely state, a princely state in India Rewa Vidhan Sabha constituency, Madhya Pradesh Rewa Lok Sabha constituency, Madhya Pradesh, India Rewa district, Madhya Pradesh Alternate name for the Narmada River Rewa ...

Silver Hill

Silver Hill, Montserrat - a mountain on the Caribbean island of Montserrat

Wendy Brewster

Wendy Rosamund Brewster is a Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Director of the Center for Womens Health Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

David Feldman

David Feldman may refer to: David Feldman philatelist born 1947, Irish philatelist and chairman of Swiss philatelic auction company David Feldman author born 1950, American writer David Feldman comedian, American comedy writer and performer David ...

IDC

Imperial Defence College, former name of the Royal College of Defence Studies, a British military academy and post nominal letters used by graduates Institut de cognitique, a school of engineering in France Institute of design and construction, a ...

Organ transplantation in Tamil Nadu

Organ transplantation in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu is regulated by Indias Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 1994 and is facilitated by Transplant Authority of Tamil Nadu of the Government of Tamil Nadu and several NGOs. Tamil Nadu ranks f ...

1973 Flores cyclone

The 1973 Flores cyclone was the deadliest known tropical cyclone in the southern hemisphere, having killed 1.653 people in Indonesia in April 1973. The cyclone formed in the Banda Sea on 26 April as a tropical low. It intensified as it moved in a ...

Krakatoa (disambiguation)

Krakatoa and similar may mean; 1883 eruption of Krakatoa Anak Krakatoa, a new island rising from the remains of the 1883 Krakatoa eruption Krakatoa, a volcano in Indonesia Krakatoa Archipelago adjacent islands and features

St. Marys Hospital (Phoenix Park)

During the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic patients contracted COVID-19. On 11 April 2020 it was announced by HSE that 11 patients had died in the hospital since 2 April 2020. Ten patients were confirmed as testing positive for COVID-19 and the eleventh w ...

Vivek A. Kumar

Vivek A. Kumar is an American scientist, innovator and entrepreneur. He is faculty at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and the Rutgers School of Dental Medicine; he is also the Dhiraj Shah Faculty Fellow at the NJIT Albert Dorman Honors Col ...