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XHPBSA-TDT

XHPBSA-TDT is a public television station in Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico. It is owned by the state government of Coahuila and forms half of the Coahuila Radio y Television state broadcaster, alongside the 16-transmitter Coahuila Radio network. The ...

Christopher Polvoorde

Christopher Polvoorde is an off-road racer from Southern California. He has raced in many different forms such as Short Course, Desert Racing, Rally Racing, Midget Racing and more. Christopher currently competes in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing S ...

Majorel

Majorel is an international service company, specializing in customer experience and business process outsourcing and more than 50.000 employees. It was formed in 2019 through the merger of the customer relationship management businesses of Berte ...

257th Infantry Division (Wehrmacht)

The 257th Infantry Division was an infantry division of the German Heer during World War II. The division was destroyed in combat in August 1944 and formally dissolved on 9 October 1944. The division was redeployed as the 257th Volksgrenadier Div ...

Butwal Technical Institute

The Butwal Technical Institute was established in 1963. BTI was started by the United Missions to Nepal mainly in the leadership of Odd Hoftun, a Norwegian Engineer. Currently, it offers training in Mechanical, Electrical, Carpentry and Welding.

Tulsi Mehar Shrestha

Tulsi Mehar Shrestha was a Nepali activist and social worker. He has been called the Mahatma Gandhi of Nepal, and was awarded the Jawaharlal Nehru Award by the Government of India in 1977. He travelled to India, and stayed with Mahatma Gandhi at ...

Air Kasthamandap

Air Kasthamandap Pvt. Ltd. was an airline based in Nepal which started operations in 2009. It had its headquarters in Kathmandu and operated scheduled and charter flights and cargo flights in Western Nepal.

255th Infantry Division (Wehrmacht)

The 255th Infantry Division was formed on 26 August 1939, the day of German mobilization, as part of the fourth Aufstellungswelle in Dobeln in Wehrkreis VI Dresden. The initial commander of the 255th Infantry Division was Wilhelm Wetzel, who assu ...

Quinty Trustfull

Trustfull began modeling in 1993 and simultaneously began working as a television and radio presenter at Veronica Broadcasting Organization. In 1995 she received her first role as a presenter for the Dutch national Lottery show Nationale Telelote ...

Pikin Slee

Pikin Slee is a village on the Suriname River in the resort Boven Suriname of the Sipaliwini District. It is home to about 3.000 people, and the second largest village of the Saramaka Maroons, after Aurora. Pikin Slee has a school, clinic, and th ...

Jeffrey Adams

Jeffrey or Geoffrey Adams may refer to: Jeff Adams American football born 1989, American football player Jeff Adams born 1970, Canadian Paralympian Geoff Adams journalist, New Zealand newspaper editor for Otago Daily Times Jeffrey Adams mathemati ...

Court of Impeachment of the Realm (Denmark)

The Court of Impeachment of the Realm is a special court of the Kingdom of Denmark, that the Danish Parliament can assemble, to hear and deliver judgments against ministers accused of unlawful misconduct and maladministration of office. According ...

Mount Albert

Mount Albert, New Zealand, a suburb of Auckland, New Zealand Mount Albert New Zealand electorate, based on Mount Albert Mount Albert by-election, 2009, a by-election held in Mount Albert in 2009 Mount Albert by-election, 1947, a by-election held ...

Lapati Paka

Originally from Mutalau, Paka was the daughter of Togakilo, a member of the Legislative Assembly, and became as a nurse. After taking a home economics course in Suva, she was joined the civil serice sa Womens Interest Officer in 1965. She also be ...

Gamera 4: Truth

Gamera 4: Truth is s Japanese kaiju fan film directed,Written and Produced by Shinpei Hayashiya who would go onto make Deep Sea Monster Reigo and The Deep-Sea Monster Raiga Music by Kow Otani, Tadashi Yamanouchi the film was made because Shinpei ...

Neighbourly

Neighbourly is a neighbourhood website operating in New Zealand. The website was founded by Casey Eden. It was trialled in two Auckland suburbs, St Heliers and Kohimarama, in December 2013, then launched nationally in June 2015. In December 2014, ...

Ian Wright (disambiguation)

Ian Wright is an English football striker, who played for Crystal Palace, Arsenal and England, and is now a television presenter. Ian Wright may also refer to: Ian Wright traveller born 1965, English traveller and television presenter, and host o ...

Molly Leishman

Molly Leishman is an New Zealand actress, known for her regular appearances from 2013 – 2014 as Isabella Kingston in New Zealand comedy-drama television series Agent Anna and for playing Caligula’s sister Livilla in Roman Empire in 2019.

Nigeria Union of Journalists

Nigeria Union of Journalists is a network of media professionals established to advance the safety and welfare of Nigerian journalists. It is an independent trade organisation with no political leaning or ideological disposition. NUJ is founded i ...

Lagos Traffic Radio

Lagos Traffic Radio is a radio station broadcasting on 96.1 FM in Lagos, Nigeria. The station broadcasts traffic information for the Lagos metropolitan area.

Chinyere Stella Okunna

Chinyere Stella Okunna is the first female professor in Mass communication in Nigeria. She has served in various capacities as an administrator and educationist in the academia and in the public/political arena.

Trade unions in The Gambia

Trade unions in The Gambia are regulated under the Labour Act 2007. The first trade union was the Bathurst Trade Union, founded in 1929, which led a general strike in the same year. General strikes were also led by the Gambia Workers Union in 196 ...

Adodo Eddy Osaman

Adodo Eddy Osaman is a Nigerian-born Training Specialist, Laboratory Technologist, Educator and Mentor, currently advocating for education and youth development, both in Nigeria and across the world.

Joan Jefferson Farjeon

Joan Jefferson Farjeon was an English scenographer and costume designer. Born into a literary family, she began illustrating in 1939 and began working as a sceneographer and costume designer in 1941, working in theatre productions from the 1940s ...

Johi Taluka

Johi Taluka is administrative subdivision of Dadu District in Sindh province of Pakistan. Johi Town is its headquarter of capital.Its area is 3.616 km². There are 14 union councils of Taluka including Tando Rahim Khan and Sawaro.

Bikhray Moti

Bikhray Moti is a 2020 Pakistani television series premiered on 26 May 2020 on ARY Digital. It is co-produced by Humayun Saeed and Samina Humayun Saeed under their banners Six Sigma Plus and Next Level Entertainment. It stars Neelam Muneer, Yasir ...

Samars 3rd congressional district

Samars 3rd congressional district was one of the three congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of Samar in existence between 1907 and 1965. It was created under the Philippine Organic Act from former territories of the province ...

Aklans at-large congressional district

Aklans at-large congressional district refers to the lone congressional district of the Philippines in the province of Aklan. It was represented by a single member in the House of Representatives of the Philippines who was elected provincewide at ...

Sudha Patel

Sudha Patel is India’s youngest elected blind female sarpanch. She was elected in June 1995 as the sarpanch of Changa village in Anand district, Gujarat. Patel is the recipient of the prestigious Ten Outstanding Young Persons of World award, Outs ...

Eastern Samars at-large congressional district

Eastern Samars at-large congressional district is the sole congressional district of the Philippines in the province of Eastern Samar. Also known as Eastern Samars lone district, it has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Phil ...

Justo Lukban

Justo Lukban was a Filipino physician and politician. Lukban was elected to the Philippine Assembly and was mayor of the capital Manila from 1917 until 1920.

Romblons at-large congressional district

Romblons at-large congressional district refers to the lone congressional district of the Philippines in the province of Romblon. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 1919 and earlier in the Malolos Con ...

Asenso Manileño

Asenso Manileño Movement is a local political party in Manila. It is headed by Isko Moreno, the Mayor of Manila. The party was established in 2005 by Morenos mentor, Danny Lacuna, the Vice Mayor of Manila at that time. The party managed Morenos s ...

Laguitas

Laguitas is a rural barangay in the South Highway District of Malaybalay, Bukidnon, in the Philippines. It is bounded to the north and east by San Jose, to the south by Linabo and Aglayan, and to the west by Magsaysay. According to the 2015 censu ...

Jodi Sta. Maria

Sta. Maria is the younger of two children. She and her brother were raised by their single mother. She attended the Philippine Pasay Chung Hua Academy and was an honor student. In school, Sta. Maria was active in her schools extra-curricular acti ...

Myx Awards 2020

Myx Music Awards 2020 was the 15th installment of the Myx Music Awards, acknowledging the biggest hit makers of 2019 in the Philippine music industry. For the ninth consecutive year, fans could vote online through the Myx website. Due to coronavi ...

Social Committee of the Council of Ministers

The Social Committee of the Council of Ministers is an advisory body to the council of ministers of the Republic of Poland and the president of the Council of Ministers themselves, mostly reviewing social affairs within the framework of the 1st a ...

Judiciary of Tanzania

The Judiciary of Tanzania is the system of courts that interprets and applies the law in Tanzania. The current judiciary bases its foundation to the constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania of 1977. Under the Constitution of Tanzania, Just ...

Celso Brant

Celso Teixeira Brant was a Brazilian jurist, university professor of the Federal University of Minas Gerais, writer and politician. He was the National Mobilization Party candidate for President of Brazil in the 1989 General Election.

The Settlers (video game)

The Settlers is a video game series. There are four games in the series with the same name: The Settlers 2020 video game The Settlers HD 2009 video game The Settlers 1993 video game The Settlers DS 2007 video game

The Tony Ferrino Phenomenon

The Tony Ferrino Phenomenon is a British comedy written by and starring Steve Coogan and produced by Pozzitive Television. It centres around a concert given by the Portuguese popstar Tony Ferrino, a music and dance spectacular which featured pop ...

News From a Personal War

News From a Personal War is a 1999 Brazilian documentary film by João Moreira Salles and Katia Lund, about the urban violence-ridden slums in Rio de Janeiro.

MundoFox (disambiguation)

MundoFox or Mundo Fox may refer to: Nat Geo Kids Latin American TV channel, a Latin American Spanish language television channel previously known as MundoFox from 2013 until 2017 mundofox.com, the former URL used by Fox Channel in Latin America M ...

Regina Maria Hospital

The Regina Maria Hospital in Cluj-Napoca was opened in 2019. It is owned and operated by the private Regina Maria Health Network and cost €18 million. The building is on seven levels. There are eight medical departments and six surgical specialti ...

James Bluemel

James Bluemel is a television documentary filmmaker. The first programme he directed was the three part documentary The Romanians are Coming, screened on Channel 4 between 17 February and 3 March 2015. Bluemel visited Baia Mare, a town in north R ...

KUVNAS

The Courses of Improvement for Higher Officers of the Red Army, also translated as the Course for Perfecting Red Army Command Cadre and commonly known by their Russian acronym KUVNAS, were a training course for senior officers of the Red Army dur ...

Amur Bay Bridge

The Amur Bay Bridge is the low-water bridge in Vladivostok, Russia, that connects the De Frieze Peninsula with the vicinity of the Sedanka microdistrict of the Muravyov-Amursky Peninsula, and is part of the highway" Novy Village - Peninsula De Fr ...

Muza Krepkogorskaya

Musa Viktorovna Krepkogorskaya - Soviet and Russian theater and film actress, Honored Artist of the RSFSR. Wife of actor Georgi Yumatov. They met at VGIK during the 1940s and lived together up till Yumatovs death. Krepkogorskaya was never as popu ...

Vladimir Lopukhin

Vladimir Mikhailovich Lopukhin was a Russian economist and politician. He served as 1st Minister of Fuel and Energy of the Russian Federation from 1991 to 1992.

Kutuzov (disambiguation)

Kutuzov may refer to: Soviet cruiser Mikhail Kutuzov, a Soviet and later Russian cruiser of the Black Sea Fleet from 1954 to 2000 2492 Kutuzov, also known as 2492 1977 NT Kutuzov and 1977 NT), a main belt asteroid Kutuzovsky Avenue in Moscow, Rus ...