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House of Buzzaccarini

The House of Buzzaccarini is a Patavian family that had a notable role in the history of the Republic of Venice. The family has early medieval origins framed in the 8th century AD. In 1053 they were already documented in the city of Padua. In the ...

Ma Sik-yu

Ma Sik-yu was a Hong Kong businessman and, along with his brother Ma Sik-chun, co-founder of the Oriental Daily News.

Banu Yashkur

The Banu Yashkur is an Arab tribe belonging to the larger Banu Bakr ibn Wail tribe. The tribe is originally from Al-Yamama and had control over this region in the pre-Islamic period.

Hsueh Shou Sheng

Hsueh Shou Sheng was a Chinese educator who served as Vice-Chancellor of Nanyang University in Singapore and the founding Rector of University of East Asia, Macau.

Ashanti (Crown Colony)

Ashanti was a British Crown Colony in West Africa from 1901 until its independence as part of the dominion named Ghana in 1957. After several prior wars with British troops, Ashanti was once again occupied by British troops in January 1896. In 19 ...

Northern Territories of the Gold Coast (British protectorate)

The Northern Territories of the Gold Coast, commonly known as the Northern Territories, was a British protectorate in Africa from 1901 until 1957. The protectorate was administered by the Governor of the Gold Coast under a Chief Commissioner resi ...

Martyrology of 411

The Martyrology of 411 is the oldest Eastern Christian martyrology, preserved in one of the oldest Syriac manuscripts, British Library, Add MS 12150, dated to November 411. Despite its early date, the Martyrology of 411 does not stand at the head ...

AJC

AJC may refer to: Allen Jack+Cottier AJ+C, an architectural practice American Jewish Congress, an association of Americans organized around Jewish interests Anti-jitter circuit, an electronic device designed to reduce jitter in a regular pulse si ...

NCCS

NCCS may refer to: North County Christian School, K-12 Christian school in Florissant, Missouri New Canaan Country School, a K-9 school in New Canaan, Connecticut National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship, American cancer survivor advocacy organ ...

LFI

Lycee Français dIrlande, French international school in Dublin, Ireland La France Insoumise, a French political party League for the Fourth International, a Trotskyist international organisation Labour Friends of Israel, a lobby group within the ...

5th Congress of the Ak Zhol Democratic Party

The 5th Congress of the Ak Zhol Democratic Party was held on 13 March 2005. Co-chairman Alikhan Baimenov was unanimously elected by the 149 delegates to be its first single chairman.

NSDP

Irish Nazi Party NSDP-AO, see Adolf Mahr Nevada State Democratic Party, an affiliate of the Nevada Democratic Party National Summary Data Page, in various countries National Solidarity and Development Party, a political organization in Burma New ...

Damien Patton

Damien Patton he is known for being a founder of the American software company Banjo and as a NASCAR mechanic. He is a former member of the Ku Klux Klan. After Pattons links to the KKK were discovered, in 2020, Banjo had several contracts suspend ...

2011 Balearic Island Council elections

The 2011 Balearic Island Council elections were held on Sunday, 22 May 2011, to elect the 9th Island Councils of Mallorca and Menorca and the 2nd Island Councils of Formentera and Ibiza. All 72 seats in the four Island Councils were up for electi ...

2015 Balearic Island Council elections

The 2015 Balearic Island Council elections were held on Sunday, 24 May 2015, to elect the 10th Island Councils of Mallorca and Menorca and the 3rd Island Councils of Formentera and Ibiza. All 76 seats in the four Island Councils were up for elect ...

1980 Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality elections

Elections were held on November 10, 1980 in the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton. This page lists the election results for local mayors, reeves and councils of the RMOC in 1980.

Jamaal Bowman

Jamaal Bowman is an American school administrator and political candidate. A political progressive and self-described Democratic Socialist, Bowman is running in the Democratic primary for New Yorks 16th congressional district in the 2020 election ...

AEF

AEF is a three-letter acronym which may refer to: Aboriginal Evangelical Fellowship, Australia Air Experience Flight Asia Education Foundation Aviation Environment Federation Asian Pacific American Bar Association Educational Fund Agricultural In ...

Foreign Affairs Committee

Foreign Affairs Committee may refer to: National Peoples Congress Foreign Affairs Committee, China Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee in Israel Foreign Affairs Select Committee of the UK House of Commons Canadian Senate Standing Committee on F ...

Transnational

Transnational may refer to: Transnational marriage Transnational VNV Nation album Transnational political party Transnational psychology Transnational crime Transnational progressivism Transnationality Transnational company Transnational organiza ...

407th Rifle Division

The 407th Rifle Division was an infantry division of the Red Army that was briefly active shortly after the end of World War II, from August 1945 to early 1946. The division, the first Red Army rifle division created after the end of the war in E ...

Anthony House

Anthony House or Anthony Farm may refer to: in the United States by state then town Abraham Anthony Farm, Blackburn, North Carolina, listed on the NRHP in Catawba County Anthony House Little Rock, Arkansas, a former hotel Harold H. Anthony House, ...

FFS

Flash file system Amiga Fast File System Find first set, a type of bit operation FreeFileSync, a software package Berkeley Fast File System Formatted File System Feige–Fiat–Shamir identification scheme, in cryptography

Full stop (disambiguation)

A full stop is a form of punctuation also known as a period. Full stop can also refer to: Full Stop album, an album by Annabelle Chvostek "Ful Stop", a song by Radiohead from their album A Moon Shaped Pool "Full Stop", a song by Frank Klepacki Th ...

North Queensland First

North Queensland First is a political party founded and based in the state of Queensland by Queensland MP for Whitsunday Jason Costigan. The party was created in late-2019 after Costigan was expelled from the Liberal National Party.

National Awami Party (Bhashani)

National Awami Party Bhashani was established on 30 November 1967 when National Awami Party split into two different fractions. The pro-Moscow fraction was National Awami Party Wali, led by Khan Abdul Wali Khan, and the pro-China was called Natio ...

Peoples Union

Peoples Union may refer to one of the following political parties: Peoples Union Iraq Peoples Union Slovakia Peoples Union Belgium Peoples Union Russia Peoples Union Nigeria Peoples Union of Estonia Peoples Union for Wallis and Futuna Leonese Peo ...

JPP (disambiguation)

JPP is a group of Finnish folk musicians, formerly called Jarvelan Pikkupelimannit. This may also refer to: James Price Point, a headland in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia The JPP Development Committee, involved in the JUMP geographic ...

UWP

University of Wisconsin–Platteville, located in Platteville, Wisconsin, US University of Wisconsin–Parkside, located in Somers, Wisconsin, US Up with People, an education organization with headquarters in the US

Jacobus Aarden

Jacobus Maria" Jacques” Aarden was a Dutch politician. His father was Petrus Jacobus Maria Aarden. In 1940 Aarden finished his education in economics. After the Second World War he joined the new Catholic Peoples Party, even though he also consid ...

RVP

RVP may refer to: Law Firm Raghuvanshi Vaidya & Partners www.rvpadvocates.com, Indian Law Firm based out of Indore, MP. People Ryan Van Poederooyen, a Canadian drummer Robin van Persie, a Dutch footballer Political parties Rehoboth Volksparty, Na ...

Libero

Libero is an Italian word meaning "free". It can refer to: People: Libero, codename of World War II partisan leader Riccardo Fedel 1906-1944 Libero given name Vehicles: Subaru Sumo, a microvan known as the Libero in some markets Yamaha Libero G5, ...

Directory

Directory may refer to: Directory political, a system under which a country is ruled by a college of several people who jointly exercise the powers of a head of state or head of government Directory service, a software application for organizing ...

Robert Nachinab Doameng

Robert Nachinab Doameng is a Ghanaian politician and member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing the Talensi Constituency in the Upper East Region on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party.

Jeff Kavianu

Jeff Kavianu is a Ghanaian politician and member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing the Upper manya Krobo Central Constituency in the Eastern Region on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress.

Alhassan Dahamani

Alhassan Dahamani is a Ghanaian politician and member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing the Tamale North Constituency in the Northern Region as an independent.

VDG

VDG may refer to: Video Display Generator, an integrated circuit found in computer video systems The "Vulcan death grip" Van de Graaff generator, high voltage electrostatic generator developed by Robert J. Van de Graaff Veneral disease gonorrhea ...

Celticism

Celticism may refer to: List of English words of Welsh origin a word or linguistic property adapted from a Celtic language c.f. Anglicism, Germanism List of English words of Irish origin List of English words of Scottish Gaelic origin List of Eng ...

Ravitz

Ravitz is a surname originating from the Polish town of Rawicz. People with this surname include: Rivka Ravitz born 1976, Israeli political administrator Natalie Ravitz, American communications director Avraham Ravitz 1934–2009, Israeli politicia ...

Kenichi Itō (disambiguation)

Kenichi Itō is the name of several people, including: Itō Kenichi guitarist, Japanese musician. Played amongst others as a guitarist for the J-pop band Iceman and for scarecrow Itō Kenichi athlete, a Japanese athlete known for running 100 meters ...

Sturdy

Julian Sturdy born 1971, British Conservative Party politician Guy Sturdy 1899–1965, professional baseball player Fred Sturdy 1908–1972, American pole vaulter Robert Sturdy born 1944, British politician John Henry Sturdy 1893–1966, Canadian educa ...

Ma Sik-chun

Ma Sik-chun was a Hong Kong businessman, media mogul and, along with his brother Ma Sik-yu, co-founder of the Oriental Daily News.

Rahbani

Rahbani a common Arabic family name. Notable people with the surname include: Mansour Rahbani, Lebanese composer, musician, poet and producer Assi Rahbani, a Lebanese composer, musician and producer Rahbani brothers, the musical duo Assi Rahbani ...

Charcas

Charcas may refer to: Charcas, a historical name of Sucre, capital of Bolivia Real Audiencia of Charcas, one of six political units of the Viceroyalty of Peru Charcas Province, a province in Potosi Department, Bolivia University of Saint Francis ...

PNO

PNO may refer to: Payment Network Operator, an operator of a network to perform for example credit card transactions Pecunia non olet, Latin for "money does not smell" Pa-O National Organization, a political organization of the Pa-O people in Bur ...

Kim Myong-sik (politician)

Although his past life is unknown, it was confirmed in July 2009 that he became the commander of the East Sea Fleet. He was promoted to Lieutenant General of the Peoples Army in February 2012, but was demoted to Lieutenant General in March 2013, ...

PAB

PAB may refer to: Ping An Bank Parker Center, formerly the Police Administration Building for the Los Angeles Police Department PolyA-binding protein Pseudobulbar affect, a disorder of the expression of emotion Pennsylvania Association of Broadca ...

Stephen Holmes

Stephen, Steven or Steve Holmes may refer to: Stephen Holmes CIA, American intelligence officer Steve Holmes footballer born 1971, retired English footballer Stephen Holmes, candidate in 2007 Ontario provincial election Stephen Holmes academic, A ...

Oromo

Oromo people Borana Oromo people Yejju Oromo people Welega Oromo people Kereyu Oromo people Arsi Oromo people Guji Oromo people Ittu Oromo people Salale Oromo people Macha Oromo people Hararge Oromo people Tulama Oromo people Wollo Oromo people R ...

Neloufer de Mel

Neloufer de Mel is a professor of English at the University of Colombo in Sri Lanka and a feminist scholar. As a child, she attended Bishops College, a private girls school in Colombo. She holds a PhD from the University of Kent, where her 1990 d ...