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CMI

Chicago Musical Instruments est. 1920, musical instrument distributor and parent company of Gibson Guitars 1944-1969 and Epiphone Guitars Fairlight CMI, the Fairlight Computer Musical Instrument, a digital synthesizer, sampler and digital audio w ...

Bader Nasser Al-Kharafi

Bader Nasser Al-Kharafi is a Kuwaiti businessman. He is the Vice chairman and Group chief executive officer of Kuwait’s Zain Group. In 2018, he was ranked number one in the 100 most influential Arabs list by Arabian Business. After the death of h ...

Hannah Jones (business)

Jones was born in Brighton, United Kingdom and grew up in Brussels, Belgium. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Philosophy and French in 1990 from the University of Sussex.

OBN

OBN may refer to: Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control, a state law enforcement agency in Oklahoma, US Televizija OBN, a terrestrial television network in Bosnia-Herzegovina Oromia Broadcasting Network, a regional broadcaster ...

1881 Atlanta washerwomen strike

The Atlanta washerwomen strike of 1881 was a labor strike in Atlanta involving washerwomen. Beginning in July 1881, the strike was carried out primarily by African American women who argued for increased wages and greater autonomy in their work. ...

Uju Uzo Ojinnaka

Uju Uzo-Ojinnaka is a Nigerian entrepreneur. She is the founder and CEO of Traders of Africa, a B2B e-commerce platform focused on driving intra-African trade as well as trade between African countries and the rest of the world through technology ...

John T. Gibson

John Trusty Gibson was an African-American businessman, theatrical producer and manager and real estate investor, who was one of the pioneers of black entertainment in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was the wealthiest African-American in Philadel ...

United Business Institutes

United Business Institutes is a private establishment of higher education located in Brussels, Luxembourg and Shanghai delivering BA, MBA and DBA programmes in Business Studies and Administration. The programmes are validated by Middlesex Univers ...

OCC

Oakland Community College, Michigan Ozark Christian College, Missouri Orange Coast College, California Onondaga Community College, New York Ocean County College, New Jersey Oakton Community College, Illinois

Uncle Thomas: Accounting for the Days

Uncle Thomas: Accounting for the Days is a Canadian, Portuguese and French coproduced animated short film, directed by Regina Pessoa and released in 2019. The film is a tribute to Pessoas real-life uncle Tomas, who suffered from obsessive compuls ...

Glass Museum of Marinha Grande (Portugal)

The Marinha Grande Glass Museum is in the Marinha Grande") municipality in the Leiria District of Portugal. The museum is situated on the site of the first major glassworks in Portugal, established by the British Stephens family, and makes use of ...

Lama (disambiguation)

Lama honorific, in Nepal, a term of respect for all Tamang people Lama clan Tamang, a thar or ethnic clan of Tamang peoples Lama clan and surname of Sherpa people

FIFO

FIFO computing and electronics, a method of queuing or memory management Queue abstract data type, data abstraction of the queuing concept FIFO and LIFO accounting, methods used in managing inventory and financial matters FIFO in stock rotation, ...

MFA

MFA Oil, an energy cooperative Missouri Farmers Association Museum of Fine Arts St. Petersburg, Florida Math for America Mercy for Animals Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts

Supreme audit institution

A supreme audit institution is an independent branch or agency of the government which provides auditing services to the government. It may be called a court of audit, auditor-general or the board of audit. Such organizations are usually members ...

Alex Saab

Alex Nain Saab Moran is a Colombian businessman involved in the filtration of Panama Papers, who has been mentioned in journalistic investigations for conducting successful businesses with an estimated amount of US5 million with the Venezuelan go ...

Cristina Gallego

Gallego began her career in 2004 producing Wandering Shadows, a film by her then husband Ciro Guerra. In 2009 while producing another Guerra film The Wind Journeys the pair befriended members of the Wayuu community. They spent the following ten y ...

Macuto Bay raid

The Macuto Bay raid on 3 to 4 May 2020, code-named by its organizers Operation Gideon, was an attempt by Venezuelan dissidents and a Florida-based private military company, Silvercorp USA, to infiltrate Venezuela by sea. The end goal of the plot ...

Altamira

Cave of Altamira, a cave in Cantabria, Spain famous for its paintings and carving Altamira Caracas a neighborhood in Caracas, Venezuela Altamira, Puerto Plata, a town in the Dominican Republic 7742 Altamira, an asteroid Altamira, Para, a city in ...

SAR

Sar, Tibet, Tibet Autonomous Region of China Sar river, Galicia, Spain Syrian Arab Republic Sar Mountains, in southeastern Europe Sar, Iran disambiguation, several places in Iran Sar, Bahrain, a residential district

Mint

Lamiaceae, the mint family Mentha, a genus of strongly scented herbs, including the species Mentha arvensis Pudina Hyptis crenata, Brazilian mint Spearmint, Mentha spicata Peppermint Mentha × piperita Salvia dorrii, mint sage

La Salle

La Salle, LaSalle or Lasalle is part of the title of two colonial persons, Jean-Baptiste de La Salle and Rene-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle for whom many places and things are named. The name may refer to:

Spring Street

Spring Street may refer to: Spring St website, a US based lifestyle website Spring Street, Singapore Spring Street, Melbourne, Australia Spring Street Manhattan, New York City, USA

Henderson

Henderson, Indiana Henderson, Tennessee Henderson, Louisiana Henderson, West Virginia Henderson, Maryland Henderson, North Carolina Henderson, Nevada Henderson, Illinois Henderson, Nebraska Henderson, Michigan Henderson, Colorado Henderson, Iowa ...

Cathay (disambiguation)

Cathay is a multinational entity occupying a large portion of land in East Asia. It may also refer to: Places: Cathays, a district of Cardiff, the capital of Wales Cathay Theatre, a historical landmark movie theatre in Shanghai Cathay, California ...

2019–2020 Amaravati protests

The 2019–2020 Amaravati protests also known as Amaravati protests, are ongoing demonstrations in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh triggered by the idea of three capitals by Government of Andhra Pradesh, and the Expert panel, BCG committee repor ...

RI

Ri, a common Korean surname, a variant romanization of Lee Ri, a proposed gender-neutral pronoun for gender reform in Esperanto Ri rig, an ancient Gaelic word meaning "king" RI, an initialism of Rex Imperator king-emperor or Regina Imperatrix que ...

SDP

Sockets Direct Protocol, a low-level remote-computing protocol Scenario Design Power, a power level mode of certain generations of Intels mobile processors Service discovery protocol, a type of service discovery for network services Service deliv ...

Pinnacle (disambiguation)

The Pinnacle Atlanta, a business center in the Buckhead district of Atlanta, Georgia The Pinnacle Nairobi, a skyscraper in Nairobi, Kenya The Pinnacle Cleveland, a condominium in downtown Cleveland, Ohio The Pinnacle Chicago, a residential skyscr ...

2018 SingHealth data breach

The 2018 SingHealth data breach was a data breach incident initiated by unidentified state actors, which happened between 27 June and 4 July 2018. During that period, personal particulars of 1.5 million SingHealth patients and records of outpatie ...

Slum clearance in the United Kingdom

Slum clearance in the United Kingdom has been used as an urban renewal strategy to renew derelict or run-down districts, often replaced with alternate developments or new housing. Early mass clearances took place in the countrys northern cities, ...

CDB

CDB can refer to: In music: Chris de Burgh, a British-Irish singer-songwriter CDB band, an Australian band Charlie Daniels Band, the band of American musician Charlie Daniels In organizations: Cyprus Development Bank, a financial institution in C ...

Penrith

In the United Kingdom Penrith Building Society, a financial institution in Cumbria, England Penrith F.C., a football club in Penrith, Cumbria Penrith and Cockermouth UK Parliament constituency, from 1918 to 1950 Penrith, Cumbria, a market town in ...

City (disambiguation)

City, Powys, a hamlet in Powys, Wales, in the United Kingdom City, Australian Capital Territory, the central business district of Canberra, Australia City, Vale of Glamorgan, a village in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales City of London, the historic ...

Carolina Population Center

The Carolina Population Center is an interdisciplinary research center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. CPC was established in 1966. The primary goals of the Center are to conduct research on population, health, aging, and the ...

Hein Latt

Hein Latt is a Burmese national writer and journalism. He is one of the famous writer in Myanmar. At 2002, he received Myanmar National Literature Award from his book Third World to First World. He has published More than literature articles 3.00 ...

CME

Cystoid macular edema, a form of macular edema, an eye disorder Continuing medical education Chief medical examiner, common official title of a coroner Clathrin-mediated endocytosis, another name for receptor-mediated endocytosis RME

2020 New Year Honours (New Zealand)

The 2020 New Year Honours in New Zealand were appointments by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of New Zealand, on the advice of the New Zealand government, to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works by New Zealanders, and ...

Journalism in Oregon

Journalism in the U.S. state of Oregon had its origins from the American settlers of the Oregon Country in the 1840s. This was decades after explorers like Robert Gray and Lewis and Clark first arrived in the region, several months before the fir ...

Ralph H. Booth

Ralph Harman Booth was a non-career appointee who served as the American Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Denmark. He died in office at the age of 57. His professional background was in banking and journalism, having been the C ...

Editor & Publisher

Editor & Publisher is an American monthly trade news magazine covering the newspaper industry. Published since 1901, Editor & Publisher is the self-described "bible of the newspaper industry." Originally based in New York City, the magazines edit ...

Abdullah Bozkurt

Questions have arisen about the Gulen movements possible involvement in the Ergenekon investigation. In March 2011, seven Turkish journalists were arrested, including Ahmet Sık, who had been writing the book The Imams Army, which states that the ...

Muhammad al-Mukhtar al-Shinqiti

Muhammad al-Mukhtar al-Shinqiti is a Mauritanian political activist, author, scholar, and academic. He currently works at Hamad Bin Khalifa University as an associate professor of political ethics and history of religion. Besides, he regularly wr ...

Gonzales Franciscus Casteels

Gonzales Franciscus Casteels was a Flemish painter. He worked in Antwerp and is known for two works depicting battle scenes.

ABJ

Abj is an abbreviation for abject, abjunction, and abjuration. ABJ may also refer to: Abaete Linhas Aereas, Brazil airline ICAO code ABJ motorcycle, a 1950s bike built by AB Jackson Cycles of Birmingham, England Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, de ...

Yellow (disambiguation)

Yellow baboon, Papio cynocephalus, a species of baboon Grass yellow, a common name for a butterfly in genus Eurema Clouded yellow, a common name for a butterfly in genus Colias Yellow, a common name for a butterfly in subfamily Coliadinae

IAM

Indo-Aryan migration, the theory that speakers of Indo-Aryan languages migrated into the Indian subcontinent during the 2nd millennium BCE Identity and Access Management, a concept that combines business processes, policies and technologies

AF

Af, one of the Angels of Punishment, a mythical character outlined in Gustav Davidsons 1967 book A Dictionary of Angels, Including the Fallen Angels A-F Records, an independent record label in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US, founded by the band Ant ...

Crime in Cote dIvoire

Crime in Cote dIvoire is prevalent and versatile across the West African country. The most common forms of crime include child labour, arms trafficking, terrorism and human rights abuse. Other less common, but still evident sources of crime in Co ...

Unit

The Unit: Idol Rebooting Project, South Korean reality TV survival show The Unit, an American television series