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Institute of Paper Science and Technology

The Renewable Bioproducts Institute, is a research institute at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Founded in 1929 as the Institute of Paper Chemistry in Appleton, Wisconsin, it moved to Georgia Techs campus in 1989, and integrated its operatio ...

Great Northern

Great Northern Railway Great Britain, a defunct British railway company formed in 1846, namesake of Great Northern Route, a group of railway services in the South-East and East of England, UK One of a number of railways; see Great Northern Railwa ...

Irving

Irving, Marin County, California Irving, California disambiguation Irving, California, former name of Irvington, California Irving, Illinois Irving, Iowa Irving, New York Irving community, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community Irving, Texas Irvi ...

UPM

UPM may refer to: Union pour la mediterrannee, Mediterranean Community User profile management Union for a Popular Movement, opposition party of France Unlawful possession of marijuana Units per em Unit production manager, someone responsible for ...

Abitibi

Abitibi may refer to: Abitibi Canyon Generating Station, Canadian hydroelectric power plant Abitibi gold belt, a gold mining region spanning the border of Ontario and Quebec Abitibi-Consolidated, the company that merged with Bowater to create Abi ...

IP

Imperial Police, a former Indian police agency Inicjatywa Pracownicza Workers Initiative, a Polish trade union Atyrau Airways IATA code: IP Iraqi Police IP College Indraprastha College for Women, a constituent college of the University of Delhi, ...

MNI

The abbreviation MNI or M.N.I. may stand for: Market News International, international capital markets news website Member of the Nautical Institute of the United Kingdom Ministry of National Integration, a department of the government of Brazil ...

English language institute

An English language institute or English language centre is a department within a college or university in English-speaking countries that aims to develop students English language skills for a variety of purposes. In countries like New Zealand, ...

CPA

CPA may refer to: Certified Public Assassins, a team featured on Extreme Dodgeball Cyproterone acetate, an antiandrogen and progestogen Cathay Pacifics ICAO airline designator Chartered Patent Attorney or Chartered Patent Agent, registered tradem ...

Jaya Baloo

Jaya Baloo is a cybersecurity expert who is currently the Chief Information Security Officer at Avast Software. Baloo was named as one of the top 100 CISOs in 2017, and one of Forbes 100 Women Founders in Europe To Follow in 2018.

Jeanne Maloney

Jeanne Marie Maloney is an American diplomat and State Department official who has been announced as a nominee to be United States Ambassador to Eswatini.

Jonathan Pratt

Pratt earned a Bachelor of Arts from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut and an Master of Arts from the University of California, San Diego.

William Mahoney

William Mahoney may refer to: William Austin Mahoney 1871–1952, Canadian architect Bill Mahoney born 1936, Canadian ice hockey player William Mahoney mayor 1869–1952, Irish-American mayor of St. Paul, Minnesota William F. Mahoney 1856–1904, U.S. ...

Melanie Harris Higgins

Melanie Harris Higgins is an American official at the United States Department of State who is an announced nominee to be the United States Ambassador to Burundi.

Stargate Industries

Stargate Industries, Inc. was an Internet service provider that started in 1994, providing dial-up access in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area. Stargate expanded its service territory and began offering other services as the company grew, such as ...

Systime Computers Ltd

Systime Computers Ltd was a British computer manufacturer and systems integrator of the 1970s and 1980s. During the late 1970s and early 1980s, Systime become the second largest British manufacturer of computers, specializing in the minicomputer ...

Trusted Shops

Trusted Shops is a company founded in Cologne in 1999, which offers online shops and their customers trust-building services by means of a trustmark, a money-back guarantee process and a system of customer reviews. Online retailers are also provi ...

Mugga Lane Zoo

The Mugga Lane Zoo was a privately owned zoo located on Mugga Lane in the Australian capital city of Canberra. First opened in 1979 as the Canberra Wildlife Gardens, It was the first permanent zoo in the city, predating the National Zoo & Aquariu ...

Chango

Chango may refer to: People Jose de Jesus Mendez Vargas born 1974, nickname El Chango, alleged Mexican drug cartel leader Hector Icazuriaga born 1955, nickname El Chango, Secretary of Intelligence of Argentina Juan Carlos Cardenas born 1945, nick ...

GEMoaB Monoclonals

GEMoaB Monoclonals is a biopharmaceutical company based in Dresden/Germany. The company has a broad pipeline of next generation immunotherapy product candidates for the treatment of advanced blood cancers and solid tumours in pre-clinical and cli ...

EWS/FLI

EWS/FLI1 is an oncogenic protein that is pathognomonic for Ewing sarcoma. It is found in approximately 90% of all Ewing sarcoma tumors with the remaining 10% of fusions substituting one fusion partner with a closely related family member.

Welove.audio

The welove.audio Engine) is an adaptive music technology developed by welove.audio. Welove.audio is a start-up founded 2018 in Austria.

TTD

TTD may refer to: Places and organizations Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams, an independent trust which manages the Sri Venkateswara Temple in Andhra Pradesh, India Portland-Troutdale Airport, IATA airport code The Trade Desk, NASDAQ symbol Enterta ...

RCT

Radiochemotherapy, the combination of chemotherapy and radiotherapy to treat cancer Reverse cholesterol transport, pathway by which peripheral cell cholesterol can be returned to the liver for recycling to extrahepatic tissues, hepatic storage, o ...

MT

Musical theatre Megatokyo, a webcomic Megatron Transformers, a fictional robot/character in the Transformers franchise Magical Trevor, a cartoon by Jonti Picking

Airline (disambiguation)

Airlines video game, MS-DOS based construction and management simulation game Airline Tycoon, business simulation game

Railroad (disambiguation)

Railroad Canyon, a canyon around some of the San Jacinto River, California Railroad Valley, in east-central Nevada Rail Road Flat, California, a census-designated place in Calaveras County Railroad, Pennsylvania, a borough Railroad Township, Star ...

IFT

IFT may refer to: Initial Flight Training Indias Future Tycoons Initiative for Free Trade Interferential therapy Institute of Food Technologists Intraflagellar transport Federal Telecommunications Institute Spanish: Instituto Federal de Telecomun ...

Rake

Rake software, a variant of the make program coded in the Ruby programming language Rake angle, mathematical definition Rake cellular automaton, a cellular automaton pattern that moves while regularly emitting spaceships Rake poker, the commissio ...

Property developers in Hong Kong

Since the British colonialisation in 1841 after the First Opium War, Hong Kong has grown from a stony outcrop on the southern coast of China to a city whose property prices are among the highest in the world. The territory has a land mass of 1.11 ...

Cob

Cob, an archaic English word for a spider, sometimes still used to refer to an orb-weaver spider Cob horse, a small sturdy horse or large pony Cob, a gull Cob, an adult male swan

Brand protection

Brand protection is the process and set of actions that a right holder undertakes to prevent third parties from using its intellectual property without permission, as this may cause loss of revenue and, usually more importantly, destroy brand equ ...

Bill of Rights

A bill of rights, or the Bill of Rights, is a declaration of the rights that a citizenry have. It may also refer to: Bill of Rights 1689, the bill of rights passed by the Parliament of England, as amended several times New Zealand Bill of Rights ...

Elisabeth Burger

Elisabeth Owen Burger was an American economist who served as a consultant for a variety of state, national, and international organizations, and was involved in a variety of women’s political events and organizations. She was the daughter of lab ...

Museum of Capitalism

The Museum of Capitalism is a project by the art & design collective Fictilis that takes the form of a museum in order to analyze and historicize capitalism, through a variety of public programming including exhibitions and designed exhibits, wor ...

Socialization (disambiguation)

Socialization refers to the lifelong process of inheriting and disseminating norms, customs and ideologies of a society. Socialization may also refer to: Political socialization, the study of the developmental processes by which children and adol ...

Socialism (disambiguation)

Socialism is a political philosophy and economic system based on the social ownership and control of the means of production; as well as the political and economic theories, ideologies and movements that aim to establish a socialist system. Socia ...

New Left (disambiguation)

The New Left is a term used for activists in the United Kingdom and United States who sought a broad range of reforms in the 1960s-70s. New Left may also refer to: The New Left band, an American band co-founded by Kyle Cook of Matchbox Twenty New ...

William Kay

William Kay politician 1829–1889 businessman and politician in South Australia William A. Kay 1864-1931, American politician William Frederic Kay 1876–1942, Canadian politician

Boag

Boag may refer to: James Boag II 1854–1919, proprietor of the brewery, son of James Boag I Keith Boag, Canadian television journalist Boags Brewery, an Australian brewery British Overseas Aid Group, the five biggest NGOs in the UK: ActionAid, Oxf ...

IMC

IMC rating, a UK-issued rating for flying in instrument meteorological conditions Instrument meteorological conditions, weather conditions that require pilots to fly primarily by instruments

Jaime Fresnedi

Jaime dela Rosa Fresnedi, also known as Jimmy Fresnedi, is a Filipino politician currently serving as the Mayor of Muntinlupa, Metro Manila.

List of populists

Rafael Caldera 1994-1999 Hugo Chavez 1999-2013 Nicolas Maduro 2013-present

Indias Coal Story

Indias Coal Story: From Damodar to Zambezi is a non-fiction book written by journalist Subhomoy Bhattacharjee and published by SAGE Publishing in 2017. The book is about Indias coal history, energy sector, and economy. It has received an overall ...

Nancy Illoh

Nancy Illoh is a Nigerian journalist. She is the presenter of the MoneyShow on African Independent Television and also the media consultant and Channel Manager of Africa Business Channel in Daarsat.

Joanne Wilson

Wilson began her career at Macy’s, working there for 4 years in retail apparel department. Her first job at Macy’s was overseeing a cosmetics department. After Macy’s she oversaw a company in the garment center, then worked at sales for the start ...

Regina Mukiibi

Regina Mukiibi is a Ugandan businesswoman and entrepreneur notable for being the countrys first ever funeral home director.

Sara Barton

Sara Barton owns Brewster’s Brewery in Grantham, Lincolnshire. In 2012, Barton was the first woman awarded the British Guild of Beer Writers’ Brewer of the Year Award and was the 2019 Institute of Brewing and Distilling Brewer of the Year. Her be ...

Shiblee Group of Colleges

Shuiblee Group of Colleges was established in 1988 for the commerce education by Professor Muhammad Hanif he was professor at Government Municipal Degree College, Faisalabad and writer of accounting book Principals of accounting.

Vivian Stephens

Vivian Lorraine Stephens is an American editor of romance novels, literary agent, and founder of Romance Writers of America. While at Dell Publishing, she created and was the editor of Candlelight Ecstasy, a romance line that revolutionized the g ...