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Autonomism (disambiguation)

Autonomism is a set of left-wing, socialist movements that first appeared in Italy in the 1970s. Autonomism may also refer to: Quebec autonomism, a form of nationalism in Quebec which advocates delegation of many higher political/federal-level po ...

Jin-Cha-Ji Border Area

After their success in the Battle of Pingxingguan in September 1937, in October 1937, the 115th Division of the Eighth Route Army was ordered to occupy the Mount Wutai area of Shanxi in order to set up an Anti-Japanese Base Area. This was called ...

Taking Tiger Mountain (disambiguation)

Taking Tiger Mountain by Strategy is a Communist Chinese Revolutionary opera. Taking Tiger Mountain or Taking Tiger Mountain by Strategy may also refer to:

PCCC

PCCC may refer to: The Clandestine Colombian Communist Party in Spanish: Partido Comunista Colombiano Clandestino Peoria Charter Coach Company, a bus company in Illinois Primary, Community and Continuing Care, a section of the Irish Health Servic ...

Cerna

Cernița, name of two villages in Romania Cerna, Croatia, a village in Vukovar-Syrmia County, Croatia Cerna, Valcea, a village in Vaideeni Commune, Valcea County, Romania Cerna, Tulcea, a commune in Tulcea County, Romania Černa, a village in the C ...

CSSR

CSSR may refer to: Congregatio Sanctissimi Redemptoris, Latin name of the Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer, abbreviated to C.Ss.R Canadian Society for the Study of Rhetoric Czechoslovak Socialist Republic Czech and Slovak: ČSSR, onetime nam ...

Dignity of Labour

Dignity of Labour is the third album by Dutch anarchist punk rock band The Ex, originally released in 1983. The album was originally issued as a box set of four 7-inch records in solidarity with factory workers where there the band were residing. ...

IJ

Ich, Zanjan or Īj, a village in Zanjan Province, Iran Ij, Iran, a city in Fars Province, Iran Ij River or Izh River, a river in Udmurtia and Tatarstan, Russian Federation IJ Amsterdam, a body of water near Amsterdam, Netherlands

SPAP

SPAP may refer to: Piraeus, Athens and Peloponnese Railways Siderodromi Pireos Athinon Peloponisou, a meter-gauge railway network in southern Greece Sodium-proton antiporter Samodzielny Pododdzial Antyterrorystyczny Policji, an independent anti-t ...

GAAP

GAAP or Gaap may refer to: Accounting Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Canada French generally accepted accounting principles Generally Accepted Accounting Practice UK Generally Accepted Accounting Principles United States Generally accep ...

Denier

Denier may refer to: French denier penny, a type of medieval coin C. Denier Warren, American TV and film actor the French form of denarius penny Lydie Denier, French actress Denier, also Denyer, a French and English surname probably a metonymic o ...

FHE

FHE may refer to: Flexible Hybrid Electronics; see Flexible electronics First Haydn Edition; see List of string quartets by Joseph Haydn Fully homomorphic encryption European Humanist Federation French: Federation Humaniste Europeenne Haitian Che ...

MLF

Mission laïque française, a non-profit organization Major League Futsal, a futsal league in the United States Mouvement de liberation des femmes, a French autonomous, non-mixed feminist movement Mutant Liberation Front, a fictional supervillain g ...

Dominique Dubarle

Dominique Dubarle was a French Dominican monk and religious philosopher, a professor at the Saulchoir. He was dean of the faculty of philosophy of the Catholic Institute of Paris from 1967 to 1973 and was an expert at the Second Vatican Council.

Neulehrer

Neulehrer, while in the Soviet occupation the programme was so extensive that a large part of the existing teacher corps was remplaced by approximately 40.000 new teachers. Although the old teachers questioned the quality of a professional retrai ...

Rebecca Stephany

Rebecca Stephany, born 28 December 1980 in Wittlich, is a German artist and professor for communication design at the Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design. She studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy and the Sandberg Institut in Amsterdam with ...

Archive of Liberalism

The Archive of Liberalism of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom in Gummersbach has been in existence since 1968 and is thus the oldest of the six archives of political foundations in Germany.

Black Messiah

Black Messiah may refer to: "Black Messiah" song, a 1978 song by The Kinks The Black Messiah, a 1972 album by Cannonball Adderley In the 1950s and 60s, the FBI feared a "Black Messiah," someone capable of inspiring and leading the Black nation, m ...

Euro (disambiguation)

Association of European Operational Research Societies European emission standards, acceptable limits for exhaust emissions of new vehicles sold in EU member states Euro- a prefix meaning "European" UEFA European Championship

ZF

Zionist Federation of Great Britain and Ireland, an organization established to campaign for a permanent homeland for the Jewish people ZF Friedrichshafen, a German supplier of automobile transmissions

ESPO

Stephen Powers artist "Exterior Surface Painting Outreach", a New York City artist known for graffiti Phil Esposito born 1942; nicknamed "Espo", ice hockey player Jesse Espo born 1995, ice hockey player

Unification Party

Unification Party may refer to: Workers Party of Marxist Unification, a Spanish communist political party formed during the Second Republic Party of Communist Unification in the Canaries, a communist political party working for the political auto ...

N Kannan

N. Kannan was the former Member of Legislative Assembly from Wandoor. In the 10th Kerala Legislative Assembly, he represented Communist party of Indian from 1996-2001. He is the only communist leader who marked a victory in Wandoor.

Shamrao Pandurang Patil

Shamrao Pandurang Patil is an Indian politician who belongs to the Nationalist Congress Party. He has held office since 1999 in Karad North. He contested as an independent in 2009 and won. He is currently a cabinet minister. His father, Pandurang ...

JCI

JCI may refer to: Journal of Clinical Investigation, a journal that publishes biomedical research and reviews Jakarta Composite Index of Indonesia Stock Exchange see JSX Composite Joint Commission International, a US-based organization for health ...

Sko

Sko or SKO may refer to: Skou language or Sko language, a language of West Papua, Indonesia S-Ko, a character in the Guilty Gears fighting game series Kanuri language, Standard Kanuri Orthography Skou languages or Sko languages, group of language ...

SRG

SRG can refer to: Spektr-RG, a Russian space observatory Stirling Radioisotope Generator, electricity generator for space applications Strongly regular graph in mathematics Swiss Broadcasting Corporation SRG SSR Former Surinamese gulden, ISO 4217 ...

Revolutionary Communist

Revolutionary Communist, in addition to its direct meaning of "Communist revolutionary" may refer to members of the following parties: Revolutionary Communist Organisation disambiguation Revolutionary Communist Youth disambiguation The members of ...

Free state

Free State of Galveston, a 20th-century whimsical name for Galveston, Texas, U.S. Kansas, a U.S state nicknamed the Free State in the context of slavery Maryland, a U.S. state nicknamed the Free State in the context of Prohibition Free State prov ...

Michael Armstrong

Mike Armstrong baseball born 1954, American baseball player Michael Armstrong boxer born 1968, British boxer, born Michael Morris Michael Gomez born 1977, Manchester-Irish boxer who was born Michael Armstrong Michael Armstrong hurler born 1990, N ...

SWL

SWL may refer to: State-Wide League, an alternate name for the Tasmanian Football League Safe working load, a rating for how much weight a crane or similar lifting device can support Shock wave lithotripsy, a medical procedure Swale railway stati ...

Giorgio Kutufà

Giorgio Kutufà was an Italian politician who served as the President of the Province of Livorno from June 13, 2004, to October 14, 2014. He also served in the Regional Council of Tuscany from 1985 to 1995.

Azzurri

Azzurri may refer to: Italy national basketball team Italy mens national ice hockey team Italy national football team Italy national alpine ski team aka Valanga azzurra men or Valanga rosa women Italy mens national volleyball team Nickname for se ...

Elizabeth Anne Wood

Elizabeth Anne Wood is an American sociologist. She is Professor of Sociology and Chairperson of the Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work department at Nassau Community College. Wood is also Senior Strategist for Woodhull Freedom Foundation. ...

LTSR

LTSR may refer to: Long-Term Service Release - infrequent updates to supplied software, with only essential low-risk changes, that gives minimum disruption to organisations that dont want the effort, cost and risk of frequent updates. The Lithuan ...

Ralph Cuaron

Ralph Cuaron was a Chicano communist organizer and leader of many local community associations and workers unions throughout his life. He recognized the need for Black-Brown unity and was subsequently referred to as a "monster" by anti-communist ...

Army of the West

Army of the West may refer to: Army of the West Union Army, an 1861 Union Army, during the American Civil War led by Brigadier General Nathaniel Lyon. Army of the West 1862, a Confederate States army during the American Civil War Army of the West ...

SSRM

SSRM may stand for: Soviet Socialist Republic of Moldova - a former name of the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic Scanning spreading resistance microscopy - A scanning probe microscopy technique that involves the use of an atomic force microsco ...

TPT

TPT may refer to: Transaction privilege tax, a gross receipts tax levied by the State of Arizona The Powder Toy, a physics simulation game Tedlar-Polyester-Tedlar, a backing material used in the assembly of Solar Panels Trans Pennine Trail, a lon ...

Edward Richardson (disambiguation)

Edward Richardson was an engineer and New Zealand politician. Edward Richardson may also refer to: J. Edward Richardson 1873–?, American architect Edward Richardson priest 1862–1921, Archdeacon of Blackburn Eddie Richardson cricketer born 1990, I ...

James Farrell

James, Jim or Jimmy Farrell may refer to: James Farrell police officer c. 1830–?, New Zealand policeman James T. Farrell 1904–1979, American socialist novelist J. P. Farrell James Patrick Farrell, 1865–1921, Irish nationalist politician and Membe ...

Corkery (surname)

Corkery is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: James Corkery 1889–?, Canadian long-distance runner Niall Corkery, Irish Gaelic footballer Matthew Corkery born 1965, Australian rugby league player Daniel Corkery Irish republican 18 ...

Howard Elliott

Howard Elliott may refer to: Howard R. Elliott, U.S. railroad executive and Administrator of the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration Howard Elliott Missouri politician, lawyer and Republican politician from Missouri Howard Elli ...

NOF

NOF may refer to: No Ordinary Family, a one-hour sci-fi comedy-drama TV series on ABC Femur neck also neck of femur, a flattened pyramidal process of bone NetObjects Fusion, a web design tool Non-ossifying Fibroma NOF radio station, a 1920s U.S. ...

Leonore Baulac

Baulacs mother is Norwegian. When she was ten, she did not went through the entrance exam to Paris Opera Ballet School. She only decided to pursue a career in ballet a year later, but could not enter the school at that time as she was too old. Th ...

PML

PML may refer to: Pakistan Muslim League, several Pakistani political parties Partido Movimiento Libertario, libertarian political party in Costa Rica Probable maximum loss, in insurance Plymouth Marine Laboratory, England

Amjad Hossain (disambiguation)

Amjad Hossain may refer to: Amjad Hussain B. Sial, a Pakistani diplomat Sardar Amjad Hossain 1940–1971, a Bangladesh Jatiya Party politician Amjad Hossain politician 1924–1971, a Bangladesh Awami League politician Amjad Hussain Farooqi 1972–2004, ...

LPF

LPF may refer to: Lietuvos plaukimo federacija Lithuanian Swimming Federation IATA code for Liupanshui Yuezhao Airport, China Liga Panameña de Futbol, a professional football league in Panama League for Programming Freedom Pim Fortuyn List Level ...

Horacio Martinez Prieto

Horacio Martinez Prieto was a Basque anarcho-syndicalist, of the libertarian possibilist tendency, and on two occasions the General Secretary of the CNT.

Jamia Salafia (India)

Jamia Salafia, Varanasi is an Islamic jamia or seminary university located in the city of Varanasi in India. It was set up in 1966 by the Jamiat-Ahle Hadith-e-Hind. The then ambassador of Saudi Arabia to India Yusuf Al-Fauzan inaugurated the Jami ...