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Sankar Sen

Sankar Sen was an Indian academic, electrical engineer and politician from West Bengal belonging to Communist Party of India. He was the vice chancellor of Jadavpur University. He served as a legislator of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly. He ...

John Molyneux

John Molyneux MP for Liverpool, in 1584, MP for Liverpool John Molyneux died 1588, MP for Nottinghamshire John Molyneux academic British socialist writer and Marxist politician John Molyneux MP for Wigan, represented Wigan UK Parliament constituency

Nelson Morpurgo

Nelson Morpurgo was an Italian lawyer and poet. He was born in Cairo in 1899, during the reign of Khedive Abbas Helimi II, the son of Italian lawyer Carlo Morurgo. Nelson Morpurgo attended elementary school in Athens and Padova, then joined the l ...

Alex Phillips

Alex Phillips may refer to: Alexandra Phillips Green politician born 1985, a Member of the European Parliament for the Green Party of England and Wales elected in the South East England region in 2019 Alexandra Phillips Brexit Party politician bo ...

2019 Scottish Green Party co-leadership election

The first Scottish Green Party co-leadership election happened in the summer of 2019, following a newly adopted constitution by the party. One part of the constitution stated that the positions of co-conveners would be abolished in favour of the ...

James Larkin (disambiguation)

James Larkin was Irish trade union leader, politician and socialist activist. James Larkin may also refer to: Jim Larkin American football born 1939, American football coach at Saginaw Valley State University Jim Larkin publisher, publisher of th ...

Oleg Khorzhan

Oleg Olegovich Khorzhan is a Transnistrian lawyer and politician who has been chairman of the Pridnestrovie Communist Party since May 2003. He served as a member of the Supreme Council until his arrest and imprisonment in 2018. He is considered a ...

Frank Ulrich Montgomery

Frank Ulrich Montgomery is a German radiologist. From 1989 to 2007 he held the office of chairman of the German physicians union Marburger Bund, and was named honorary chairman in 2007. In the same year, he was appointed vice president of the Ger ...

VPS

Virtual private server, a method of partitioning a physical server computer into multiple servers Ventriculo-peritoneal shunt, a neurosurgical method used to treat hydrocephalus Kodak Vericolor III, Type S film Video programming system, a standar ...

Tal Rutledge

Talmadge Rutledge was an American civil rights activist who lived in Clearwater, Florida. He was the first president of the NAACPs Clearwater branch. His brother Charles was also a businessman and was a party to the lawsuit that precipitated the ...

Linda Ketner

Linda Ketner is a philanthropist and co-founder of the Charleston, South Carolina-based LGBTQ advocacy group Alliance for Full Acceptance. In 2008, she became the first openly gay candidate for the House of Representatives in South Carolina histo ...

Marcel Le Roy

Marcel Le Roy was a French resistance member. He served as Mayor of Niort-la-Fontaine, and then General Councillor of the Canton of Lassay-les-Chateaux from 1962 to 1994. He was first a member of the Union for the New Republic, then the Union of ...

Jennifer Johnston (Alaska politician)

Jennifer Johnston is an American politician from Alaska. Johnston is a Republican member of the Alaska House of Representatives, representing the 28th District since 2017.

Robert D. Lilley (businessman)

Robert Dodd Lilley was an American businessman who served as the president of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company from 1972 to 1976 and president of the New Jersey Bell Telephone Company from 1965 to 1970.

Chris Walker

Chris Walker may refer to: Chris Walker motorcyclist born 1972, English motorcycle racer Chris Walker, antagonist of the horror game Outlast Chris Walker cyclist born 1965, British former racing cyclist Chris Walker musician, R&B singer Chris ...

Prime Minister (disambiguation)

The prime minister is the most senior member of the cabinet in a parliamentary system of government. It may also refer to: Prime Minister TV series also known as Ekipa, a 2007 Polish political drama The Prime Minister film, a biography of former ...

Terry Jones (disambiguation)

Terry Jones was a Welsh comedian, writer, actor, director, and television host. Terry Jones may also refer to: Terry Jones journalist born 1948, Canadian sports journalist Terry Jones ice hockey born 1946, Canadian retired professional ice hockey ...

Denison

Denison University in Granville, Ohio Denison, Kansas Denison, Iowa Denison, Washington the English name for Kosinj, a valley and region in Croatia Denison, Texas, birthplace of Dwight D. Eisenhower

Klaus Buhler

After elementary school, Buhler attended the humanistic grammar school in Bruchsal. This was followed by teacher training in Heidelberg and Karlsruhe. In 1965 he became district chairman of the Junge Union in the district of Bruchsal, which he re ...

Hans-Dirk Bierling

From 18 March to 2 October 1990, he was a member of the Volkskammer, where he was chairman of the CDU/DA parliamentary groups working group on German, foreign, defence and development policy. He was a member of the Committee on German Unity and t ...

Primate (disambiguation)

A primate is any member of the biological order of Primates, including monkeys, apes, and humans. Primate may also refer to: Persons Primates journal, a scientific journal Prince primate, a title formerly given in German and Hungarian nations Pri ...

Yasu

Yasu may refer to the following: Yasu, Shiga, a city located in Shiga, Japan Yet Another Securom Utility Yasu, Kōchi, a former town in Kōchi Prefecture, Japan Yasu, Fukuoka, a town located in Asakura District, Fukuoka, Japan The name for Jesus in ...

Chambhar

Chambhars are one of the untouchable communities of Maharashtra. According to myth of their caste, they belong to the progeny of Hindu god, Shiva and have been Shaivites since ancient times. Chambhars are also Lingayat, since after reform movemen ...

Lady Margaret

Lady Margaret may refer to: Lady Margaret Boat Club, the rowing club for members of St Johns College, Cambridge Lady Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond and Derby 1443–1509, mother of King Henry VII, and foundress of Christs College and St Jo ...

Association for the Advancement of Science

Southern Africa Association for the Advancement of Science, originally the South African Association for the Advancement of Science British Association for the Advancement of Science, now the British Science Association Australian and New Zealand ...

Webb House

Webb House may refer to: in the United States by state McGavock-Gatewood-Webb House, Nashville, Tennessee, listed on the NRHP in Davidson County Webb-Coleman House, Chappells, South Carolina, listed on the NRHP in Saluda County Lewis-Webb House, ...

FGC

FGC may refer to: Friends of Garrity Creek, in California, United States Florida Gateway College, in Lake City, Florida, United States Female genital cutting Family Group Conference Ferozepur Group of Colleges, in Punjab, India Fighting game comm ...

John Gurney

John Gurney 1809–1856, banker in Norwich John Gurney mayor 1845–1887, banker in Norwich, mayor of Norwich 1885 Joseph John Gurney 1788–1847, banker in Norwich, significant in the history of the Quakers John Gurney 1655–1721, founder of the bankin ...

Sardar Kaure Khan Jatoi

Sardar Kaura Khan Jatoi or Sardar Kauray Khan Jatoi was a Legendary land lord of district Muzaffargarh Punjab Pakistan and a God fearing person Born in 1800 His father name was Sardar Saad Khan Jatoi. He donated biggest land in British india now ...

Port de la Lune

Originally Port de la Lune is the name given to the harbour of Bordeaux since the Middle Ages, because of the shape of the river crossing the city. On the blazon of Bordeaux, a crescent represents it. So does the current logotype of the municipal ...

Church of St. Therese of Lisieux

Roman Catholic churches dedicated to Saint Therese of Lisieux include: St. Therese of Infant Jesus Church, Kandanvilai in India Virgen del Carmen y Santa Teresita, Montevideo or Church of the Virgin of Mount Carmel and St. Therese of Lisieux in M ...

Haralayya

Haralayya, a 12th century lingayat saint and poet of Vachana sahitya. He also joined, Anubhava Mantapa, the hall of fame created by Basava, where every caste was welcomed.

Kibi

Kibi may refer to: Kibi, Ghana Karmapa International Buddhist Institute KIBI kibi binary prefix, an ISO/IEC standard binary prefix for units of digital information Kibi Province 吉備国, Japan, in the area of Prefecture and eastern Hiroshima Prefe ...

Hōkō-ji

Hōkō-ji is the name of a number of Buddhist temples in Japan, including: Hōkō-ji Shizuoka 方広寺, a Rinzai temple in Shizuoka Prefecture Hōkō-ji 法興寺, Another name for Asuka-dera; see also Gangō-ji Hōkō-ji 蜂岡寺, usually pronounced "Hachioka-d ...

193 (disambiguation)

193 A.D. is a year. 193 may also refer to: Alabama State Route 193 Texas State Highway 193 German submarine U-193 Japan National Route 193 Ohio State Route 193 California State Route 193 New York State Route 193 Arkansas Highway 193 Ikkyū USA-193 ...

Chaldean

an old name for the Aramaic language, particularly Biblical Aramaic Chaldean script, a variant of the Syriac alphabet Chaldean Neo-Aramaic, a modern Aramaic language

Thomas Arundel (disambiguation)

Thomas Arundel was archbishop of Canterbury and opponent of the Lollards. Thomas Arundel or Arundell may also refer to: Thomas Arundell of Wardour Castle c. 1502–1552, English courtier Thomas Arundell MP died 1443, MP for Cornwall Thomas Arundell ...

Father Taylor

Father Taylor may refer to: male parent named Taylor surname or Taylor given name male clergyman of various religious groups a particular male clergyman in priests orders either secular or "religious" having the surname Taylor; in Anglican church ...

Thomas Brooke (died 1418)

Sir Thomas II Brooke of Holditch in the parish of Thorncombe in Devon and of la Brooke in the parish of Ilchester in Somerset, was "by far the largest landowner in Somerset" and served 13 times as a Member of Parliament for Somerset. He was the f ...

Nature of Christ

The term Nature of Christ or Natures of Christ may refer to: Nestorianism, Christian doctrine that teaches of the existence of two separate natures of Christ one human and one Divine. Dyophysitism, christological doctrine that teaches the existen ...

Arsiats por

Arsiats-por was a canton In the province of Tayk in the kingdom of Armenia, Corresponding to the modern Kiskim Valley in the province of Yusufeli in Turkey. Settlements included the fort-town of Berdagrak, The city of Arsiq in the south, and the ...

Tyrannus (disambiguation)

Tyrannus is a genus of large insect-eating birds, commonly known as kingbirds. The suffix "-tyrannus" has often been used to describe other animals Tyrannus may also refer to: Tyrannus, an owner of a lecture hall at Ephesus, mentioned in the bibl ...

Alex Gallardo-Rooker

Alexandra "Alex" Gallardo-Rooker is a Mexican-American labor union activist and political executive who has served as Vice Chair of the California Democratic Party since 1997. After the resignation of Party Chair Eric C. Bauman amid sexual assaul ...

Seosamh O Maoileoin

Seosamh O Maoileoin is an Irish Republican from Meedin, Tyrrellspass, County Westmeath. He has been the president of Republican Sinn Fein since November 2018 following the resignation of Des Dalton.

Joseph Cannon

Joseph Cannon or Joe Cannon may refer to: Joseph Gurney Cannon 1836–1926, U.S. Representative from Illinois and Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives; nicknamed "Uncle Joe" Joe B. Cannon born 1935, American politician in the Texas House of ...

Winthrop Poll

The Winthrop Poll, also known as the "Winthrop University Poll," is a long-term survey initiative conducted by Winthrop Universitys Center for Public Opinion & Policy Research. It informs public policy makers and the general public about the atti ...

Bhim Singh

Bhim Singh may refer to: Bhim Singh politician born 1937, Indian politician, activist and author Bhim Singh Rana 1707–1756, ruler of the princely state of Gohad Bhim Singh wrestler, Indian freestyle wrestler Bhim Singh II 1909–1991, last ruling M ...

Attar

Attar, Iran, a village in Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran Attar Madhya Pradesh, the location of Attar railway station, Madhya Pradesh, India Khalid Al Attar Tower 2, Dubai, UAE

2019 Canadian Junior Open Squash Championships

The 2019 Canadian Junior Open Squash Championships is the mens edition of the 2019 Canadian Junior Open Squash Championships, which is a World Junior Squash Circuit Tier 3 event. The event took place at The Club at White Oaks from December 6 to 1 ...

Sitt al-Sham

Fatimah Khatun bint Najm ad-Dīn Abu al-Shukr Ayyub ibn Shādhi ibn Marwān, popularly known as Sitt al-Sham, was a second sister of Saladin, probably older than Rabia Khatun. She is known for founding Al-Shamiyah al-Kubra Madrasa.