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Taki Rua

Taki Rua is a theatre organisation based in Wellington, Aotearoa / New Zealand that has produced many contemporary Māori theatre productions. Taki Rua has been going since 1983 and has had several name changes over that time including The New Dep ...

RSM

RSM Global, worldwide accountancy & professional services network RSM UK RSM Robson Rhodes, defunct professional services network in the UK RSM Singapore RSM Tenon, defunct professional services network in the UK RSM US, a tax, accounting and con ...

SCT

Southampton Container Terminals, a port operator in Southampton, England Sheffield Corporation Tramways, former tramway system in Sheffield, England Southern Cross Ten, an Australian regional television network Safety Controls Technology, a workp ...

Catalytic Communities

Catalytic Communities is a Rio de Janeiro-based non-profit, think tank, and advocacy non-government organization that conducts work in sustainable community development, human rights, communications, and urban planning. It is "one of the first on ...

KM

Kmart former stock symbol "KM" Konica Minolta, a manufacturer of electronics Kennis Music, a record label Air Malta IATA code KM Kia Motors, an automobile manufacturer KM Group, a multimedia group based in Kent

GVK EMRI

GVK EMRI is an Indian not-for-profit organisation and the largest ambulatory care provider in the world, providing emergency medical services coverage to 800 million people across India and Sri Lanka.

Karam Foundation

The Karam Foundation began as a food drive in the south side of Chicago, but after the Syrian Civil War started, they began focusing on helping Syrians. They currently work across Syria, Turkey, Lebanon, and Jordan with refugee families from the ...

European Friends of Armenia

The European Friends of Armenia is an international non-governmental organization established in 2009, which aims to promote cooperation between the European Union and Armenia.

BBT

Big Bang Theory Harem Scarem album, a 1998 album by the Canadian hard rock band Harem Scarem Big Train, an English progressive rock band that was founded in 1990 Big Bang Theory Styx album, an album by Styx

BSL

Black Star Line, a former shipping line owned by Marcus Garvey Boyne Smelters Limited, an Australian-based aluminium smelter company Brookdale Senior Living, a U.S. company that operates senior residences BlueScope Steel Limited, an Australian-ba ...

PI

Politically Incorrect blog, a German political blog Seattle Post-Intelligencer or P-I, a newspaper in the United States Primitive Instinct, an English rock band formed in 1987

MSP

Mathematical Sciences Publishers, a scientific publisher based in Berkeley, California Moscow Finnish School Moskovan suomalainen peruskoulu Matchstick Productions, a company producing videos of extreme sports, especially skiing Multi-Sided Platf ...

Green rush

The green rush is an ongoing global economic event that began on December 6, 2012 when cannabis was legalized in Washington state and Colorado. While still illegal federally in the United States, the actions of these two state governments signale ...

Redkite (organisation)

Redkite is a non-government charity organisation based in Sydney, Australia. It supports young cancer patients up to the ages of 24 and their families with financial assistance, hospital services and rehabilitation activities, social services and ...

ABS

Albino Blacksheep, a website Abs Denham, a fictional character in Casualty A.B.s, a Japanese 1980s instrumental band Abby Sciuto, a fictional character in NCIS nicknamed "Abs" American Bach Soloists, chamber music ensemble

Master plan

Strategy Strategic planning in business Providentialism in religion Comprehensive planning in urban planning The California Master Plan for Higher Education

BR

Bayerischer Rundfunk Bavarian Broadcasting, a regional broadcasting service in Germany Battle Royale, a popular genre of videogames Blade Runner 2049, its 2017 sequel, directed by Denis Villeneuve Blade Runner, a 1982 film by Ridley Scott Blade R ...

Hansa

HFB 320 Hansa Jet, a German business jet Hansa car, a German car brand of the Borgward group Hansa airship, or Zeppelin LZ13, a German airship

DSP

Yamaha DSP-1, a proprietary digital signal processor Digital signal processor, a microprocessor designed for digital signal processing Digital signal processing, the mathematical manipulation of an information signal Demand-side platform, a syste ...

Partner

The Partner Grisham novel, by John Grisham, 1997 The Partners book, a 1983 book by James B. Stewart Partner manga, a Japanese Shōjo manga by Miho Obana The Partner Jenaro Prieto novel, 1928

IBP

Indian buffet process, a statistical process Iso-butyl-propanoic-phenolic acid, marketed as Ibuprofen International Biological Program, a large-scale research effort in ecosystem ecology in the 1960s and 1970s Integration by parts, a technique us ...

Michael Zammit Tabona

Michael Zammit Tabona is a former Maltese non-resident ambassador to Finland from 2014 to 2020, a hotelier, former president of the Naxxar Lions F.C. and deputy mayor of Naxxar.

Enemalta

Enemalta Corporation is the only Maltese energy company and employs approximately 2.000 people. It is responsible for the import of oil and gas as well as for the generation and feed-in of electricity into the Maltese power grid. Enemalta operate ...

Blue Lagoon

Oludeniz or Blue Lagoon, Turkey Blue Lagoon, a flooded slate quarry near Abereiddy, Wales Blue Lagoon Bay, near Comino, Malta Blue Lagoon Local Nature Reserve, Bletchley, Milton Keynes, England Blue Lagoon National Park, Zambia Blue Lagoon Busine ...

Um

For universities, see § Universities. Uttaradi Math, a Hindu matha monastery belonging to Dvaita order of Vedanta United Methodist, a religious organization Air Zimbabwe IATA code UM United Motors Company UM company, an advertising agency formerl ...

BML

BML Munjal University, a university in Sidhrawali, Haryana, India Bank of Maldives Limited Big Mouth Loud, a member of the Global Professional Wrestling Alliance Bill Me Later, now PayPal Credit

Drag

Drag Austin, Texas, the portion of Guadalupe Street adjacent to the University of Texas at Austin Drag, Norway, a village in Tysfjord municipality, Nordland, Norway Drag, the Hungarian name for Dragu Commune in Salaj County, Romania

Line

The Line TV series, a Canadian television series "The Line" Heroes, a 2007 episode of the American television series Heroes The Line game show, a 2014 American game show

SP

SP, producer stage name of Mumzy Stranger born 1984, British rapper /sp, the sports board on the Internet forum 4chan Short Play, term used for shorter formats of records than Extended Play SP, stage name of Krisztian Eder born 1988, Hungarian ra ...

2020 Special Honours

As part of the British honours system, Special Honours are issued at the Monarchs pleasure at any given time. The Special Honours refer to the awards made within royal prerogative, operational honours and other honours awarded outside the New Yea ...

Maria Auma

Maria Auma Horne is an Ugandan climate activist and entrepreneur. She is the founder of Better Living Initiatives Global a not for profit that works to improve environmental conservation and access to health and education through capacity buildin ...

Hyperion

Hyperion tree, a coast redwood in Northern California and the worlds tallest known living tree Hyperion beetle, a genus of beetles in the family Carabidae Hyperion moon, a moon of the planet Saturn Hyperion proto-supercluster, a supercluster of g ...

Acacia Bandubola Mbongo

Acacia Bandubola Mbongo, is a Congolese businesswoman and politician, who serves as the Minister of the National Economy in the Cabinet of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, since 26 August 2019.

Benedicte Mundele

Benedicte Mundele, also called Benedicte Mundele Kuvuna, is a fresh-food entrepreneur from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. She is founder and manager of Surprise Tropical, established 2012, a food canteen serving healthy, takeaway food in t ...

Mahlet Afework

Afework began her career at age 16 as a model and musician. While in grade 9, she took interest in rap music and released a single titled Shalom Africa. Aside getting a deal from Yosef Gebre Jossy, a famous recording artiste in Addis Ababa, to re ...

Addison E. Southard

Addison E. Southard was an American diplomat who served as Minister Resident and Consul General to multiple countries. After serving in administration roles in the Philippines and diplomatic roles in the Middle East and Southeast Asia Southard re ...

Monty C. M. Metzger

Monty C. M. Metzger is a German entrepreneur, futurologist and investor. He is the founder of LCX AG, a blockchain company based in Liechtenstein.

Michael Ussery

Michael Ussery was the American Ambassador to Morocco from 1989 to 1992. He was a non-career appointee. Since leaving Morocco, Ussery is Chairman of Mongolia Holdings, Vice Chairman of Kima Communications and its subsidiary, Coast to Coast Commun ...

Berta Borodkina

Berta Naumovna Borodkina was a Soviet businessperson. She was the head of trust and restaurants and canteens in Gelendzhik, Honored Worker of trade and public catering of the RSFSR. Borodkina had the nickname Iron Bella. She was the second of the ...

Gennady Perepada

Gennady Perepada is CEO of One and Only Realty, Inc., a New York City based real estate brokerage firm. He is best known for selling real estate to high-net worth foreign clients, including sales at 432 Park Avenue, 520 Park Avenue, 15 Central Pa ...

Trade deal negotiation between the UK and EU

The Trade deal negotiation between the UK and EU is a post-Brexit negotiation between the parties that aims to achieve a trade agreement, to make trade easier than it would be without a trade deal. Such a deal might cover both tariff and non-tari ...

Success Point College

Success Point College is a private college established in 2014 under the patronage of India Trade and Exhibition Centre and Sharjah Chamber of Commerce. The college is based in Ground Floor, ITEC Campus, Near Expo Centre - Sharjah, United Arab Em ...

DWC

DWC may refer to: Al Maktoum International Airport IATA: DWC, an airport in Jebel Ali, Dubai, United Arab Emirates Diamond wire cutting, the process of using wire impregnated with diamond dust to cut through materials Dubai Womens College, one of ...

DBI

DBI may refer to: DBI, a company founded by David Belt which now operates as DBI Projects and DBI Construction Consultants Phenformin, by the trade name DBI Davie-Brown Index, an independent index for brand marketers DBI gene, the gene encoding d ...

Media in Argentina

The media in Argentina is the one of the leading media markets in South America, with a relatively free and fair press and media industry. While there are 15 major media companies in Argentina, most media outlets are owned by a very small number ...

NCA

National Capital Authority, a government authority involved in development planning for the Australian Capital Territory Ngorongoro Conservation Area, a protected area and World Heritage Site Arusha, Tanzania Nigerian College of Accountancy, trai ...

Deaths in April 2020

The following is a list of notable deaths in April 2020. Entries for each day are listed alphabetically by surname. A typical entry lists information in the following sequence: Name, age, country of citizenship at birth, subsequent country of cit ...

2020 in Southern Africa

The following lists events that happened during 2020 in Southern Africa. The countries are those described in the United Nations geoscheme for Africa|Southern Africa. The population of Southern Africa is 67.324.356 as of April 18, 2020, based on ...

One (disambiguation)

One or 1 is the first natural number. 1, one, or ONE may also refer to: AD 1, first year of the AD era Hydrogen, with an atomic number of 1 1 BC, the year before AD 1 One pronoun, a pronoun in the English language The month of January

Chanel Rion

Rion was born in Houston, Texas. Her mother is South Korean. According to Rion, she lived in Florida, France, and South Korea as a child. Rion was home schooled and later studied international relations at Harvard.