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William S. Hedges

William S. Hedges was an American surveyor and architect who designed buildings in Salt Lake City listed on the National Register of Historic Places. He also worked for the surveyor general of Utah.

Winston Churchill in the Second World War

Winston Churchill was appointed First Lord of the Admiralty on 3 September 1939, the day that the United Kingdom declared war on Nazi Germany. He succeeded Neville Chamberlain as prime minister on 10 May 1940 and held the post until 26 July 1945. ...

Gjenvick-Gjonvik Archives

The Gjenvick–Gjonvik Archives is a large, privately-held archive of genealogy, military, and other ephemera dating from the mid-1800s through 2000. The particularly helpful site has over 6.000 static web pages and 20.000 images. The archives are ...

Randy B. Crites

Randy B. Crites is an American naval officer, navigator, operations officer and vice admiral in the United States Navy, serving as vice chief of naval operations for integration of capabilities and resources in office since May 2020. Prior to ret ...

Deputy Chief of Staff of the United States Army

The office of Deputy Chief of Staff of the United States Army was organized under the office of the Chief of Staff of the United States Army which existed between 1921 and 1948 before being disbanded in favor of the Vice Chief of Staff of the Uni ...

Pamela J. Powers

Powers graduated from the United States Air Force Academy and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Psychology. She earned a Master of Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College and a Master of Organizational Mana ...

Bhatti

Bhatti may refer to: Bhatti, a 7th-century Sanskrit poet Bhatti dynasty, a mediaeval dynasty which ruled Jaisalmer in India Bhatti clan, a social group of India and Pakistan Bhatti Buddhism, a type of devotion

Thomas Peter Legh

Thomas Peter Legh, was a British Member of Parliament. Born about 1754 he was the first son of Reverend Ashburnham Legh of Golborne and Charlotte Elizabeth Legh nee Egerton. He was educated at Brasenose College, Oxford. In 1794 he spent over £20. ...

Vice Chairman of China

Vice Chairman of China can refer to: Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission Vice Chairman of the National Government of the Republic of China Vice Chairperson of the Chinese Peoples Political Consultative Conference Vice Chairman of the ...

Lothar Barthel

Barthel had been a member of the CDU in the GDR since 1977 and was a member of the CDU district executive Gera and the CDU party executive before 1989. In March 1990, Barthel was elected to the Volkskammer in the Gera constituency on behalf of th ...

Harald Bauer

Bauer had been a member of the GDR CDU since 1968 and was a member of the Langendorf Municipal Council from 1969 to 1973. From 1974 to 1979, he was a member of the CDU district executive in Wernigerode and the city council in Ilsenburg. From 1979 ...

William Sandys (MP for Winchester)

Sir William Sandys was an English politician, MP for Winchester. Sandys was the only son of Sir Walter Sandys and his wife Mabel, daughter of Thomas Wriothesley, 1st Earl of Southampton. On 22 November 1596 he married Elizabeth, daughter of Sir W ...

Howell House

Howell House may refer to: in the United States by state then city Mrs. George Arthur Howell, Jr., House, Atlanta, Georgia, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Fulton County Howell-Kohlhagen House, Roseburg, Oregon, listed on th ...

Mohamad Alamin

Mohamad was born at Kg. Kelautan, Batu Enam, Kimanis, Sabah in 1972. Mohd Alamins father is a Kadazan Dusun from Kg. Kelautan, Kimanis. Her mother, of course, is a Brunei Malay from Kg. Brunei, Membakut.

Willem Faber

Willem Frederik Faber is a South African businessman and politician who has been serving as a Member of the National Assembly of South Africa since May 2019. He was previously a Delegate of the National Council of Provinces, the upper house of Pa ...

Maro Markarian

Maro Yeghishe Markarian) was an Armenian poet, translator, member of the USSR Writers Union since 1937.

Ivan Nemtsev

Ivan Spiridonovich Nemtsev - was a lieutenant colonel of the Soviet Army, participant in the Great Patriotic War, and a Hero of the Soviet Union.

Rama Jacqueline Aol

Rama Jacqueline Aol, also Aol Rama, is a female Ugandan politician and a social worker. She is the district woman representative of Nebbi District in the 10th Ugandan Parliament. Aol belongs to the ruling National Resistance Movement political party.

Janet Grace Akech Okori-Moe

Janet Grace Akech Okori-Moe is a Ugandan teacher and legislator. As of May 2020, she serves as the elected woman representative for Abim District in Ugandas tenth parliament. Politically, she is affiliated to the National Resistance Movement unde ...

Fred Sargeant

Frederic Andre "Fred" Sargeant is a French-American gay rights activist. He is a veteran of the 1969 Stonewall riots and was a co-founder and organizer of the first Gay Pride march and celebration.

Thomas Waitz

Thomas Waitz is an Austrian ecological farmer, forester and politician for the Greens Party. He has served as a board member for the European Green Party since March 2017 and has been a member of the European Parliament since November 2017, follo ...

Roland Le Fanu

Le Fanu was commissioned into the Royal Leicestershire Regiment and saw service during the First World War. He became a staff officer at the War Office in March 1931 and was then deployed to the Rawalpindi District in India in December 1935. He w ...

Pathalgadi movement

The Pathalgadi movement was started by tribals in Jharkhand as a resistance movement to assert their rights, including the right to sovereign territory. Pathalgadi literally translates to carving a stone. On these stones orders would be carved by ...

Subhash Dhote

Subhash Ramchandrarao Dhote is an Indian politician from Maharashtra and a member of the Indian National Congress in 2009 and 2019. He was elected as a member of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly from Rajura.

Elections in Nagaland

1974 Nagaland Legislative Assembly election 1982 Nagaland Legislative Assembly election 2003 Nagaland Legislative Assembly election 1987 Nagaland Legislative Assembly election 1993 Nagaland Legislative Assembly election 1989 Nagaland Legislative ...

Seyyed Mostafa Mousavi Faraz

Seyyed Mostafa Mousavi Faraz, is an Iranian Twelver Shia ayatollah who was born in 1323 in Isfahan among a religious family. This Shia cleric is a member of Assembly of Experts since February 2016. Mousavi Farazs father was "Seyyed-Akbar Havaei" ...

Abdurrahman Isa Pantami

Abdurrahman Isa Pantami also known as Abdul Pantami is a Nigerian entrepreneur, Philanthropist, and youth advocate. He is the first child to the famous islamic scholar and serving Minister of Communication and Digital Economy Isa Ali Pantami.

Office of the Vice President of the Philippines

The Office of the Vice President is an administrative, advisory, consultative government agency which aids the Vice President of the Philippines in performing their duty as head of state and chief of the executive branch of government.

Rajiv Gandhi Stadium

Rajiv Gandhi Stadium may refer to: Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium, an indoor stadium in Ernakulam, Kerala, India Rajiv Gandhi International Indoor Stadium, Kottayam, an indoor stadium in Kottayam, Kerala, India Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Sta ...

Rajiv Gandhi University (disambiguation)

Rajiv Gandhi University is a university in Arunachal Pradesh, India. Rajiv Gandhi University may also refer to the following other universities in India: Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, in Karnataka Assam Rajiv Gandhi University of Co ...

Jane Inglis Clark

Jane Inglis Clark was a Scottish mountaineer and rock climber. She co-founded the Ladies Scottish Climbing Club with Lucy Smith and Mabel Clark in 1908.

Nasiru Ado Bayero

Nasiru Ado Bayero is the 2nd emir of Bichi. He ascended the throne from his brother Aminu Ado Bayero who the was named as the 15th Emir of Kano, following the deposition of his nephew Muhammad Sanusi II by Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje. Prior t ...

Rashida Hamid

Rashida Khanom is the Bangladeshi public figure, current First Lady of Bangladesh. She is the wife of current President Abdul Hamid. She served as a countrys First Lady since 14 March 2013.

2 Kings 15

2 Kings 15 is the fifteenth chapter of the second part of the Books of Kings in the Hebrew Bible or the Second Book of Kings in the Old Testament of the Christian Bible. The book is a compilation of various annals recording the acts of the kings ...

Elizabeth Bourchier, 4th Baroness Bourchier

Elizabeth Bourchier, 4th Baroness Bourchier was an English noblewoman. She was the daughter of Bartholomew Bourchier, 3rd Baron Bourchier. She married twice, and both husbands acquired the title of Baron Bourchier in iure uxoris. Elizabeth Bourch ...

Sidi Yusuf ibn Ali Sanhaji

Sidi Yusuf ibn Ali as-Sanhaji is a wali who was born in Marrakesh, Morocco and died there in 1196 CE. He is considered one of the Seven Saints of Marrakesh, and one of the prefecture divisions of Marrakesh is named after him.

CDH

CDH may refer to: Cretin-Derham Hall, school in St. Paul, Minnesota, U.S.A. Central DuPage Hospital, Illinois, U.S.A. Clouderas Distribution including Apache Hadoop Chun Doo-hwan The Computational Diffie-Hellman assumption, that a certain mathema ...

Hong Jong-hak

Hong Jong-hak is an emeritus professor of economics at Gachon University previously served as President Moon Jae-ins first Minister of SMEs and Startups. In 2012 he left Gachon University where he started his teaching career in 1992 as a lecturer ...

Cho Myung-kyun

Cho Myoung-gyon is a South Korean politician previously served as President Moon Jae-ins first Minister of Unification. After passing the state exam in 1979, Cho spent most of his career at the Ministry of Unification. He actively participated in ...

Sue Newman (politician)

Newman was born in Rochester, New York. In 1981, Newman moved to Nashua, New Hampshire after at different times living in Germany, Florida, Georgia and Virginia.

Rachel A. Black

Rachel A. Black is an American politician serving as a member of the New Mexico House of Representatives from the 51st district, which includes Alamogordo, New Mexico.

Karen C. Bash

Karen C. Bash is an American politician, pastor, educator, and businesswoman serving as a member of the New Mexico House of Representatives from the 68th district.

Arlene Brosas

Arlene Brosas is a Filipino educator, child rights activist, and politician. She is a member of the Philippine House of Representatives for the 18th Congress under the Gabriela Women’s Party-list group. In Congress she filed the anti-endo bill th ...

Eufemia Cullamat

Eufemia "Ka Femia" C. Cullamat is a Filipino activist and politician. She is a member of the Philippine House of Representatives for the 18th Congress under the Bayan Muna party-list group. She is the second Manobo to serve in Congress after form ...

Philippine House Committee on Foreign Affairs

The Philippine House Committee on Foreign Affairs, or House Foreign Affairs Committee is a standing committee of the Philippine House of Representatives.

Philippine House Committee on Government Enterprises and Privatization

The Philippine House Committee on Government Enterprises and Privatization, or House Government Enterprises and Privatization Committee is a standing committee of the Philippine House of Representatives.

Simeon Farr

Simeon Farr was an American politician who was elected as a state representative in 1868 in South Carolina during the Reconstruction era. He represented Union County, South Carolina. His photograph was used in a composite of Radical Republican of ...

Refiloe Ntsekhe

Refiloe Ntsekhe is a South African politician who serves as a Deputy Federal Chairperson of the Democratic Alliance and the partys spokesperson. She was elected to the position at the 2015 Federal Congress. Ntsekhe was elected a Member of the Gau ...

Jashabir Tripura

Jashabir Tripura is an Indian politician and member of Tripura Legislative Assembly from the Jolaibari constituency since 2003. He is a member of the Communist Party of India and Central Committee member of Ganamukti Parishad.

Writ of summons

A writ of summons is a formal document issued by the monarch that enables someone to sit in Parliament. At the beginning of each new Parliament, each person who has established his or her right to attend Parliament is issued a writ of summons. Wi ...