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Janet Douglas (diplomat)

Douglas joined the Foreign and Commonwealth Office FCO in 1985 and was first made Desk Officer for Greece. In 1986, she was moved to the Directorate General of the European Commission. From 1987 to 1988, Douglas underwent Turkish training before ...

2018 FIBA U20 Womens European Championship Division B

The 2018 FIBA U20 Womens European Championship Division B was the 14th edition of the Division B of the Womens European basketball championship for national under-20 teams. It was held in Oradea, Romania, from 7 to 15 July 2018. The Czech Republi ...

Saint Margaret

Saint Marguerite Bays 1815–1879 Saint Margaret of Cortona 1247–1297 Saint Margaret the Virgin of Antioch died 304 Saint Teresa Margaret of the Sacred Heart 1747–1770 Saint Margaret of England died 1192 Saint Rita of Cascia 1381–1457 Saint Margare ...

Moho

Moho genus, an extinct genus of birds in the family Mohoidae A local name for the oriole warbler, Hypergerus atriceps The Hawaiian name of the Hawaiian rail, an extinct species The Māori name of the North Island takahe, an extinct species

BCV

Hector Silva Airstrip IATA code, Belmopan, Belize Birchwood Airport FAA LID code, an airport near Birchwood, Alaska

Greetings Tour

The Greetings Tour is a traveling postcard mural project by mural artist Victor" Ving” Fung and photographer Lisa Beggs The artist duo has been traveling the United States by RV since 2015 creating interactive postcard inspired murals as destinat ...

Pornography in Bhutan

Pornography in Bhutan is illegal. It is defined in Section 476 of the Bhutan Penal Code of 2004, which states," A defendant shall be guilty of the offence of computer pornography if the defendant publishes and distributes an obscene photography o ...

2018 FIBA U16 Womens European Championship Division B

The 2018 FIBA U16 Womens European Championship Division B was the 15th edition of the Division B of the European basketball championship for womens national under-16 teams. It was played in Podgorica, Montenegro, from 16 to 25 August 2018. Sweden ...

Refilwe Ledwaba

Ledwaba grew up in a single-parent household in Lenyenye, Limpopo and is one of seven children. Her mother worked as a teacher while bringing her children up by herself. Her sisters all went to university. She studied for a BSc at the University ...

Barracudas

Burlington Barracudas, a womens ice hockey team in Ontario, Canada Long Beach Barracudas, a baseball team in California Emerald Coast Barracudas, a womens American football team in Panama City Beach, Florida Boston Barracudas, an English speedway ...

1989 Womens Junior World Handball Championship

The 1989 Womens Junior World Handball Championship was the seventh edition of the tournament which took place in Nigeria from 22 September to 1 October 1989. Fifteen teams competed in the competition from three continents with Algeria, Switzerlan ...

Jacqueline Marie Zaba Nikiema

Jacqueline Marie Zaba Nikiema, a career diplomat, is the Ambassador from Burkina Faso to the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States. She was also the Special Representative of the President of the ECOWAS Commission in Guinea. As Am ...

Eastern Region

Eastern Region or East Region may refer to: East Region, Singapore Eastern Region Abu Dhabi: Al Ain Est Region, Burkina Faso Eastern Region Iceland Eastern Region, Nepal AAA Eastern Region, a high school sports region of large high schools in the ...

More

MORE protocol, a routing protocol Missouri Research and Education Network more command, a shell command MORE application, outline software for Mac OS

Isabelle Rosabrunetto

Isabelle Rosabrunetto is a Monegasque diplomat. As of 2019 she serves as a Director General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of the Principality of Monaco. She is the Officer of the Order of Saint Charles and the Knight of the O ...

Rain (2016 film)

Rain is a Ugandan 2016 drama film directed by Daniel Mugerwa, written by Mary Nyanzi and produced by Eleanor and Mathew Nabwiso. The film was released on 20th August 2016 in Kampala and stars Eleanor Nabwiso, Mathew Nabwiso, Joel Okuyo Atiku, Phi ...

Angelfish

Angelfish may refer to: Marine angelfish of the family Pomacanthidae Atlantic pomfret Brama brama, sold by fishmongers as "angelfish" in South Africa where it is a bycatch of the hake fishery Angelshark of the family Squatinidae Several groups of ...

Sisters of St. Francis

Sisters of St. Francis may refer to: Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis, a Roman Catholic Franciscan religious congregation for women established in 1901 in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, U.S. Sisters of St. Francis Health Service ...

Love in Winterland

Love in Winterland is a 2020 American made-for-television romance film directed by Pat Williams, starring Italia Ricci and Chad Michael Murray. The film is a Hallmark Channel original movie, the film is the second in Hallmarks 2020 Winterfest fil ...

Cueva de los Pincheira

Cueva del los Pincheira is a shallow cave located about 65 km southeast of Chillan, in Ñuble Region, Central Chile. The cave is famous for being a hideout of the Pincheira brothers, a royalist outlaw gang. During high season there are reeanactmen ...

Bondo

Bondo may refer to: Bondo putty, two-part putty used in automotive, household, and marine applications, created by Bondo Corporation Bondo language, the Austroasiatic language spoken by them Sande society also: Bondo, Bundo or Bundu, a womens ass ...

Bira

Boura Achaea alternatively spelled Bira or Bura, an ancient city of Achaea, Greece Bira, West Bengal, India Bira, Russia, an urban-type settlement in the Jewish Autonomous Oblast, Russia Bira railway station Al-Bira, Baysan, Palestinian village, ...

Caridad Asensio

Asensio was born in Cuba alongside two sisters. She was raised and married in Cuba until Fidel Castro took power, which is when she emigrated to New York and then Boca Raton, Florida with her family.

Egyptian Communist Party (ar-Rayat ash-Shaab)

The Egyptian Communist Party, often referred to as the Raya group after its publication ar-Rayat ash-Shaab, was a communist party in Egypt founded in late 1949. The party was led by Fuad Mursi and Ismail Sabri Abdullah, who both had studied in Pa ...

Julia Emma Villatoro Tario

Julia Emma Villatoro Tario is an El Salvadoreon diplomat who was Ambassador of El Salvador to the Kingdom of Belgium, Head of Mission to the European Union and to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg beginning in 2017. She was appointed as Chargee d’Aff ...

SD

Sinistra Democratica Democratic Left, an Italian political party Sisters of the Destitute, a Syro-Malabar Catholic womens order Sudan Airways IATA airline designator: SD Swiss Democrats or Schweizer Demokraten, a right-wing political party in Swi ...

1999–2000 Australian Athletics Championships

The 1999–2000 Australian Athletics Championships was the 78th edition of the national championship in outdoor track and field for Australia. It was held from 24–27 February 2000 at the Stadium Australia in Sydney. It served as a selection meeting ...

2019–20 CAF Champions League knockout stage

The 2019–20 CAF Champions League knockout stage began on 28 February with the quarter-finals and will end on 29 May 2020 with the final to decide the champions of the 2019–20 CAF Champions League. A total of eight teams compete in the knockout st ...

Queen Louise

Queen Louise may refer to: Queen Louise Island, Greenland Queen Louise League, a German pro-monarchic womens organization Queen Louise Land, Greenland Queen Louise 1927 film, a German silent historical film Louise of Sweden 1851–1926, Queen conso ...

Sunniva Sorby

Sunniva Sorby is an expeditioner, historian, guide, citizen scientist, and Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society. She is best known for her membership of the first women’s team to reach the south pole in 1993.

QPR (disambiguation)

QPR usually refers to Queens Park Rangers F.C., an English football club. QPR may also refer to: Queens Park Rangers SC, a football club playing in Grenadas Premier Division QPR Software, a Finnish software firm Quality-Price Ratio, in wine termi ...

Marilyn McAfee

McAfee was a history major at the University of Pennsylvania. After graduation, she attended The Johns Hopkins University where she earned a Masters Degree.

PUA

Pua Aloalo, the state flower of Hawaii Pua spider, a genus of spider in the family Anapidae Pua keni keni, or perfume flower tree Fagraea berteriana, a small spreading tree which grows in the sub-tropics Potentially unwanted application, a type o ...

Catarina Gustmeyer

Catarina Gustmeyer was a Danish businessperson. After the death of her spouse Carl Hieronimus Gustmeyer in 1756, she inherited his company, which had the privilege of delivering wood fuel to the royal court. She belonged to the elite of the Danis ...

Mexico at the 2020 Summer Paralympics

Monica Olivia Rodriguez Saavedra is scheduled to compete in the womens 1500m T11 event. Rosa Maria Guerrero Cazares is scheduled to compete in the womens discus throw F55 event. Floralia Estrada Bernal is scheduled to compete in the womens discus ...

Sophie (disambiguation)

Sophie album, 2003 album by heavy metal band BulletBoys Sophie musician, Scottish record producer, singer, songwriter, and DJ Sophie TV series, a Canadian television series

Rawa

Rawa, India Rawa Iraq, a town in Iraq Rava-Ruska, Ukraine Rawa Aopa Watumohai National Park, on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi Rawa Island, in Malaysia

Pamela Coke-Hamilton

Pamela Coke-Hamilton is a Lawyer and Caribbean trade expert. Since 2019 she has been the director of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Developments division concerned with International Trade and Commodities.

Jordan Hart

Jordan Hart is a Welsh badminton player. She is the national team member since 2005 and made her international debut in 2009 Welsh International tournament. She has won seven National Championships title, 5 times in the womens singles event from ...

ASK

ASK may refer to: FK ASK, a Latvian former football club ASK Riga, a Latvian basketball club ASK Italian, a UK restaurant chain IATA code for Yamoussoukro Airport Schleicher ASK 13, a two-seater glider that was built by Alexander Schleicher Aaru ...

PEO

Peo may refer to: Reckong Peo, the capital of Kinnaur district in India PEO may stand for: peo, ISO 639-2 and ISO 639-3 language code for Old Persian Polyethylene oxide, alternate name for Polyethylene glycol, a polymer Parking enforcement office ...

Catherine Todd Bailey

Catherine Todd Bailey was a political appointee who served as the American Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Latvia. Bailey was awarded the Honor of the Order of the Three Stars by the president of Latvia, the highest honor given to ...

Ansar

Ansar Kazakhstan a rural locality in Akmola Region Ansar, a village in Siwan district of Bihar, India Ansar, North Khorasan, a village in North Khorasan Province, Iran Ansar Sudan, a Sufi" religious movement in the Sudan Ansar, Lebanon, a village ...

Corviglia Ski Club

Harry Hays Morgan Jr., American diplomat Alfonso, Duke of Anjou and Cadiz Umberto Agnelli, Italian industrialist and politician Prince Constantin of Liechtenstein Herbert von Karajan, Austrian conductor. Riccardo di Sangro e di Martina Emilio Puc ...

2016 Uber Cup qualification

The 2016 Uber Cup qualification process is a series of tournaments organised by the five BWF confederations to decide 15 of the 16 teams which will play in the 2016 Uber Cup, with China qualifying automatically both as hosts, and trophy holder.

Adelaide Conroy

Adelaide Conroy nee Anceschi was a Malta based photographer active between 1871 and 1879. Adelaide was born on 23 April 1839 to Pompilio Anceschi and Rosa Bolondi in Reggio dEmilia, Italy. Together with James Conroy his first wife Sara, their new ...

Bikini (disambiguation)

Bikini Atoll, part of the Marshall Islands in the Pacific Ocean, for which the bathing suit was named Bikini Bottom, a fictional city in the TV series SpongeBob SquarePants

Bhama Ramkhelawon

Bhama Ramkhelawon, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery at NYU Grossman School of Medicine, as well as Assistant Professor in the Department of Cell Biology and Director of Vascular Surgery Scientific Research. Her lab focu ...

Știința

Stiinta means "science" in Romanian language. When transliterated from Moldovan Cyrillic alphabet, it may be spelled Shtiintsa. The word may refer to: FC Stiinta Bacau, a Romanian football club Stiinta Bacau disambiguation Editura Stiinta, a publ ...

Antonina Egina

Antonina Egina was a cinematographer who worked in the Soviet Union at Mosfilm during the 1950s and 1960s. She was one of the few women working in this role.