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Mladost

Mladost may refer to: Placenames Mladost, Varna, municipality of Varna, Bulgaria Mladost, Obrenovac, municipality of city Obrenovac, Serbia. Mladost, Sofia, municipality of Sofia, Bulgaria Association football clubs FK Mladost Carev Dvor, Macedon ...

Orpheus (disambiguation)

Golden Orpheus, 1965–1999, a Bulgarian song contest Orpheus Club of Philadelphia, a mens chorus in Philadelphia Orpheus ballet, George Balanchines 1948 ballet Orpheus band, a Worcester rock band from the 1960s Orphei Drangar, Swedish singing soci ...

GSS

The Gifted Students School Iraq, in Baghdad GSS Institute of Technology, in Bangalore, India Garibaldi Secondary School, in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada Gay Student Services, now GLBT Aggies, at Texas A&M University Greenridge Second ...

SCB

Shanghai Commercial Bank, a commercial bank headquartered in Hong Kong Standard Chartered Bank, a British bank headquartered in London Siam Commercial Bank, a commercial bank headquartered in Bangkok, Thailand

Vojvodina (disambiguation)

Socialist Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, one of the two socialist autonomous provinces of the Socialist Republic of Serbia from 1963 to 1990 Voivodeship, a unit of administration dating to medieval Romania, Hungary, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, ...

EDS

Evansville Day School, an independent college-prep school in Evansville, Indiana Educational specialist Ed.S., an academic degree in the United States University of Ottawa English Debating Society Episcopal Divinity School, an Episcopal Seminary ...

RCS

RCS Motor Club, and automotive club of the Royal College of Science Rosehill Christian School Rawmarsh Community School Riverdale Country School, Bronx, New York Radcliffe Choral Society Red Crescent Society Racing Club de Strasbourg Alsace Repre ...

HCO

Hearing carry over, a type of telecommunications relay service Harvard College Observatory Holocene climatic optimum Aldehyde HCO- Heliocentric orbit, an orbit around the Sun

Pro Patria

Pro Patria Switzerland, a Swiss patriotic and charitable organization founded in 1909 Royal Swedish Pro Patria Society, a Swedish patriotic and charitable organization founded in 1798 Pro Patria Estonian political party, an Estonian political party

Warren Smith

Warren Smith jazz trombonist 1908–1975, American trombonist Warren Smith singer 1932–1980, American rockabilly singer Warren Smith jazz percussionist born 1934, American jazz percussionist

RCC

Ringing choke converter, a switched-mode power supply radio-controlled clock Recompression chamber, a chamber used to treat divers from decompression sickness Radio Common Carrier, a service provider for public mobile service Remote Center Compli ...

ESR

European Society of Radiology Institute of Environmental Science and Research, a New Zealand scientific institute Earlham School of Religion, at Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana, US ESR Rīga, a Soviet Latvian football club, active from 1966 t ...

Firestone

Firestone, Colorado, a town in Weld County, Colorado, US Firestone Phoenix, Arizona, a listing on the National Register of Historic Places in Phoenix, Arizona, US Firestone District, Margibi County, Liberia

BMS

Bibliography of Music Literature also known as BMS or BMS online Broadmeadows railway station, Melbourne, Australia, station code Be-Music Source, a computer file format Benchmark Sims, a gaming community who authored the Falcon BMS modification ...

Buducnost

Buducnost means "the future" in many Slavic languages, and it may also refer to: KK Buducnost Podgorica, a professional basketball club SD Buducnost Podgorica, a sports society from Podgorica, Montenegro FK Buducnost may refer to: FK Buducnost Do ...

FBK

Frillesås BK, a Swedish bandy club FBK Kaunas, a Lithuanian football club Basketball Federation of Kosovo Serbian: Federata e Basketbollit e Kosoves Fanny Blankers-Koen Games, a Dutch athletics competition Farjestads BK, a Swedish ice hockey club

Koper (disambiguation)

Koper is a city in Slovenia. Koper may also refer to: Radio Koper, a radio station in Koper, Slovenia Koper, Malakand, a commune in Pakistan Koper Department, a commune in Burkina Faso Koper film RK Koper, a handball club in Koper, Slovenia FC Ko ...

KPS

Korea Plant Service & Engineering Korean Physical Society Evangelical Church of the Church Province of Saxony Evangelische Kirche der Kirchenprovinz Sachsen1950–2009 KPS Capital Partners, an American investment company KPS Video Express, a defunc ...

ACSI

ACSI may also refer to: Associate of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment ACSI Anglo-Chinese School Independent Acta Chimica Slovenica, a peer-reviewed chemical journal published by the Slovenian Chemical Society American Customer ...

Book club

Book club may refer to: Literature circle, a group of students who meet in a classroom to discuss a book or books that they have read Book discussion club, a group of people who meet to discuss a book or books that they have read Book sales club, ...

ASV

The following meanings of the abbreviation ASV are known to Wikipedia: Astronomical Society of Victoria, Australia Anodic stripping voltammetry, a voltammetric method for quantitative determination of specific ionic species ASV Records, a UK reco ...

Nigerian Shippers Council

Nigerian Shippers Council is an agency of the Federal Government of Nigeria. The council is responsible for protecting exporters and importers in Nigeria as well as its goods. The Agency is an affiliation of Nigerian Ports Authority and were unde ...

Angela Miri

Angela Freeman Miri is a Nigerian Professor who became the Vice Chancellor of Federal University, Lokoja in 2017. She is a professor of English and a published poet.

Emmanuel Yisa Orker-Jev

Emmanuel Yisa Orker-Jev is a Nigerian politician and a member of the Peoples Democratic Party. He defeated George Akume in the 2019 general elections for the Benue State Northwest Senatorial district by polling 157, 726 votes to the Akumes 115.42 ...

Musa Babayo

Musa Babayo is a Nigerian banker, businessman, politician, and elder states-man who was the National Secretary of the PDP National Working Committee from 2012 to 2015 prior to joining the All Progressives Congress on 15 October 2015. He was the D ...

J. G. W. Wilmot

John George Winchester Wilmot was a pioneering coffee planter in Sri Lanka and a surveyor in Victoria, Australia. In the latter role, he named several Victorian places, including Baddaginnie, Dimboola, Glenrowan, Shepparton and Winton.

2011 census

2011 censuses were conducted in the following countries: Nepal: Demographics of Nepal Ukraine: 2011 Ukrainian Census Romania: 2011 Romanian Census Italy: 2011 Italian Census Austria: Demographics of Austria Bulgaria: Demographics of Bulgaria Latv ...

Ottoman Macedonia

Ottoman Macedonia may refer to: Manastir Vilayet, covering western parts of the region of Macedonia Kosovo Vilayet, also covering some northern parts of the region of Macedonia Macedonia region under the Ottoman Empire, the geographical region of ...

Central African

Central African may refer to several places: Something of, from, or related to Central Africa, a region in the center of Africa Something of, from, or related to the Central African Republic, a country in Central Africa A person native or indigen ...

Amuse (music company)

Amuse is a digital music distribution service as well as independent record label founded 2015 in Stockholm, Sweden by entrepreneurs Diego Farias, Andreas Ahlenius, Christian Wilsson, Guy Parry and Jimmy Brodd. The company offers free digital mus ...

Dominican

Dominican may refer to: Demographics of the Dominican Republic People of the Dominican Republic Someone or something from or related to the Dominican Republic də- MIN -nih-kən, stress on the "mi", on the island of Hispaniola in the Greater Antill ...

Roslyn Union Free School District

The Roslyn Union Free School District is an American public school district located on Long Island in the State of New York. The district serves the entirety of the villages of Roslyn and Roslyn Estates, in addition to parts of the villages of Ea ...

Ethiopian (disambiguation)

Ethiopian may also refer to: pertaining to the state of Ethiopia Ethiopian Airlines, the national airline of Ethiopia a person from Ethiopia, or of Ethiopian descent see people of Ethiopia the demographics of Ethiopia for individuals, see List of ...

Agios Georgios, Lasithi

Agios Georgios is a village in the Lassithi Plateau in the island of Crete, and also a municipal unit. Agios Georgios lies at an altitude of 840 metres. In 1981 its population was 1.030, but has steadily fallen since to 717 in 1991; 541 in 2001, ...

Municipality of Lendava

The Municipality of Lendava ; Slovene: Obcina Lendava) is a municipality in the traditional region of Prekmurje in northeastern Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Lendava. Lendava became a municipality in 1994.

Geneva Conference

Geneva Conference may refer to: Geneva Conference 1932, a continuation of the 1927 Naval conference World Disarmament Conference, a.k.a. Geneva Disarmament Conference 1932–1934 Geneva Peace Conference 1991, on Iraq and Kuwait Geneva Naval Confere ...

Youga Dogorou

Youga Dogorou is one of the Dogon villages in Mali. It is one of the Youga group of villages, the others being Youga Piri and Youga Na. The village is about 12km northeast of Banani.

Way Maker

Way Maker is a contemporary worship song written by Nigerian gospel singer Sinach and released as a single on 30 December 2015. The song has been covered by a number of Christian music artists in 2019–2020 including Michael W. Smith, Leeland, Chr ...

PSR

Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, California, US Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research Physicians for Social Responsibility, US Political parties Revolutionary Socialist Party Portugal Partido Socialista Revolucionario Romanian So ...

Saint Kitts and Nevis–Trinidad and Tobago relations

Saint Kitts and Nevis-Trinidad and Tobago relations refers to the bilateral relations between Saint Kitts and Nevis and Trinidad and Tobago. Basseterre has a Trinidadian Consulate. Both countries are a part of Organization of American States, CAR ...

Bonconto (commune)

Bonconto Commune is a rural community of Bonconto Arrondissement in the Velingara Department, Kolda Region, Senegal. It is also spelled Bonkonto. The commune is known as a major center of Shia Islam in Senegal and is home to the Al Hassanayni Gra ...

Occupational Pension Funds in the EU

An occupational pension fund, also referred to as an employer funded or employer administered scheme, is a pension offered by an employer to an employee’s retirement scheme. Within the European Union, these pension funds can vary throughout certa ...

Harrawa Valley

The Harrawa Valley is a long running valley located in the Gadabuursi country, north of Harar, Ethiopia. The Harrawa Valley is home to many of the principal and most well known settlements of the Gadabuursi Dir clan, such as Derwernache, Arabi, D ...

Prez, Switzerland

Prez is a municipality in the district of Sarine in the canton of Fribourg in Switzerland. On 1 January 2020 the former municipalities of Corserey, Noreaz and Prez-vers-Noreaz merged to form the new municipality of Prez.

Villaz, Switzerland

Villaz is a municipality in the district of Glane in the canton of Fribourg in Switzerland. On 1 January 2020 the former municipalities of Villaz-Saint-Pierre and La Folliaz merged to form the new municipality of Villaz.

Chinese

Chinese can refer to: Overseas Chinese, people of Chinese ancestry outside territories of Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan Something of, from, or related to China Ethnic minorities in China, non-Han Chinese people in China Zhonghua min ...

Mbo

Mbo or MBO may refer to: Mbo people Congo, an ethnic group of the Democratic Republic of the Congo Mbo, Nigeria, a Local Government Area Mbo people Cameroon, an ethnic group of Cameroon

Sonia

Sonia name, a feminine given name Sonia singer, British pop star Sonia Evans Sonia actress, Indian film actress in Malayalam and Tamil films Queen Sonja of Norway Sonia Ben Ammar, French fashion model, actress and singer known mononymously as SON ...

Mandara

Mandara is an ethnic group and a language family in West Africa. It is also an alternative spelling of "mandarah", referring to a guest room in Middle Eastern buildings, especially in Egypt. Additionally, it may refer to:

Bai

BAI file format, file format for performing electronic cash management balance reporting BA-I, a Soviet armoured car Bachelor of Engineering aka Baccalaureus in Arte Ingeniaria, an academic degree Battlefield air interdiction, a military tactic