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Musala camp

The Musala camp was a prison camp operated by the Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina that was used to detain Bosnian Serbs and Bosnian Croats. The Serb prisoners were initially captured during joint military operations conducted by jo ...

Grm

Grm, Trebnje, a village in eastern Slovenia Grm, Velike Lasce, a village in central Slovenia Grm pri Podzemlju, a village in the municipality of Metlika, southeastern Slovenia Grm Zenica, a village in Bosnia and Herzegovina Grm, Ivancna Gorica, a ...

BNF

British National Formulary, a drug reference manual British National Formulary for Children Biological nitrogen fixation, a process that converts nitrogen in the atmosphere to ammonia Brain natriuretic peptide or brain natriuretic factor

BCL

BCL may stand for: Bass clarinet Birmingham Central Library BCL Limited, formerly Bamangwato Concessions Limited, a mining company in Botswana Bachelor of Civil Law, the name of various degrees in law in English-speaking countries Broadcast liste ...

Theodore C. Maino

Theodore C. Maino was a political appointee who served as the American Ambassador to Botswana. A close friend of William P. Clark Jr. and an avid big game hunter, the construction company executive" asked the White House to appoint him Ambassador ...

GWI

GWI may refer to: GlobalWebIndex, a British social media company Gui food, Korean grilled dishes Gwi people Gulf War illness Global Wellness Institute,a nonprofit organization with a mission to empower wellness worldwide by educating public and p ...

Vale do Anhangabau

Vale do Anhangabau is a region in the city center of São Paulo, located between the viaducts do Cha and Santa Ifigênia. It is a public space commonly characterized as park, where events have traditionally been organized, such as public demonstrat ...

Sessão do Conselho de Estado

Sessão do Conselho de Estado is an artwork of the genre historical painting made by Georgina de Albuquerque in 1922. It portrays the session of 2 September 1822 of the State Council of Brazil, preceding Brazilian independence. The artwork is part ...

Marcos Chaves

Marcos Chaves art practice has been evolving since the 1980s throughout a range of works and projects spanning across media and mediums, including text, sound and video installations, assemblages, photography and site-specific projects. Mostly kn ...

2020 in British music

12 February – The Two Moors Festival announces the appointment of Tamsin Waley-Cohen as its new artistic director for its 2020 festival. 1 February – The Orchestre National de Lille performs the final concert of its UK tour at Leeds Town Hall, th ...

United Nations Special Fund

The United Nations Special Fund is a United Nations agency. The mission for the United Nations Special Fund is to assist low income, developing countries to recover their economic development. The structure of the United Nations Special Fund secr ...

Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung

Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung is a contemporary art curator and writer. He lives in Berlin. Ndikung moved to Germany in 1997 to study at the Technical University Berlin. He holds a doctorate in medical biotechnology from the Heinrich-Heine-Unive ...

Ronald William John Keay

Ronald William John Keay was a British botanist, who did much of his work in tropical Africa. Keay was educated at the University of Oxford. He was an expert in West African forest flora working at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and at the Fores ...

John Spurling (author)

John Spurling is a Kenyan-English playwright and author who has written thirty plays and four books. Of his written works, Spurling won the 2015 Walter Scott Prize for The Ten Thousand Things. Outside of his publications, Spurling held various po ...

Multilingual education in Africa

Multilingual education in Africa is an outlook on how to approach teaching students in the different states of the African continent considering the different possible languages to use for instruction. As one of the most diverse continents in the ...

Auxence Contout

In 1947, Contout left South America for Paris, where he studied science and mathematics at the University of Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3. After this, he began teaching mathematics. During his time in Paris, he founded the Union of Guyanese Students ...

Joan Maria Pujals i Vallve

Joan Maria Pujals i Vallve is a Catalan politician, counselor of the Generalitat of Catalonia and a Member of the Parliament of Catalonia in the fourth, fifth and sixth legislatures.

Romà Cuyàs i Sol

Romà Cuyàs i Sol was a Spanish lawyer and sports and cultural executive, President of the Spanish Olympic Committee between 1983 and 1984 and commissioner of the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona.

Coque

Coque Malla, a Spanish musician and actor. Gonzales Coques, a Flemish baroque painter. Oliver De Coque, a musician Inofre Coque the first British governor of Mumbai during the British Raj.

Parc del Forum

Parc del Forum is a public park located between the district of Sant Marti in Barcelona and Sant Adrià de Besos. It was built in 2004 following Elias Torres and Jose Antonio Martinez Lapeñass original design in order to hold the international cul ...

Armand Mijares

Armand Salvador B. Mijares is a Filipino archaeologist from Manila, Philippines. He works as a professor of archaeology at the Archaeological Studies Program of the University of the Philippines-Diliman. He specializes in lithic analysis, ceramic ...

Cochrane

Australia Cochrane railway station, Sydney, a railway station on the closed Ropes Creek railway line in Sydney, Australia Canada Unorganized North Cochrane District, an unorganized area within the above district Cochrane District, Ontario Cochran ...

Illanes

Illanes is a Spanish-origin surname, appearing in the names of: Hector Eugenio Noguera Illanes b. 1937, Chilean actor Marcos Vales Illanes b. 1975, Spanish footballer Pablo Illanes, Chilean scriptwriter of ¿Donde Esta Elisa?, ¿Donde esta Elisa?, ...

Kali (name)

Kali is an Indian feminine given name of Sanskrit origins from the name Kāla. It is also a Finnish masculine given name that is a form of Kalle. Notable people with this name include the following:

Carvajal

Bernardino Lopez de Carvajal 1455–1523, Spanish cardinal Andarin Carvajal 1875–1949, Cuban athlete Beatriz Carvajal born 1949, Spanish actress Juan Carvajal cardinal 1400–1469, Spanish cardinal Jose de Carvajal y Lancaster 1698–1754, Spanish stat ...

Schwenke

Schwenke is a surname of German origin, where the following persons are known for: Winfried Schwenke born 1935, German general in the Bundeswehr Robert Schwenke 1873–1944, German constructing engineer and automotive pioneer Uwe Schwenke de Wall b ...

Cruz (disambiguation)

Brazil: Osvaldo Cruz, a municipality and county in the state of São Paulo Cruz, Ceara, a municipality in the state of Ceara, Chile: La Cruz, Chile, a city in the Quillota province, Valparaiso region Costa Rica: La Cruz Canton, a canton in the pro ...

Sokol (disambiguation)

Sokol is a Pan-Slavic physical education movement, with origins in the Czech lands. Sokol or Sokol may also refer to: Sokol, Polish offshoot of the Czech movement

Hong Kong Art Today

Hong Kong Art Today was an exhibition held at the Hong Kong City Hall Museum and Art Gallery from 25 May to 4 July 1962. Featuring a total of 120 exhibits by 65 artists, it was the first time "Hong Kong art" was the theme of an exhibition, as wel ...

Colombia–Turkey relations

Colombia–Turkey relations refer to foreign relations between Colombia and Turkey. Diplomatic relations between the two countries were established in 1959. Both countries had the first interaction at the presidential level in 2011. The Colombian P ...

2018 Colombian Census

The 2018 Colombian Census is the XVIII population census and VII of housing developed by the Departamento Administrativo Nacional de Estadistica in the Republic of Colombia, whose guidelines and rules were established in decree 1899 of November 2 ...

Karina

Karina may refer to: Karina American singer, full name "Karina Pasian" Karina Spanish singer Kalina people, an indigenous people of South America Elda Neyis Mosquera, Colombian guerrilla commander MV Karina, a passenger ship Karina station, light ...

MAD Lions

MAD Lions is a Spanish esports organisation owned by OverActive Media. Its main League of Legends team, which was rebranded from Splyce, competes in Europes top level league for the game, the LEC. Its secondary League of Legends team competes in ...

LSC

Lanthanum strontium cobaltate, see lanthanum strontium cobalt ferrite Landing Ship, Carrier Derrick-Hoisting a US WW2 landing craft with a crane. LIGO Scientific Collaboration Luminescent solar concentrator LDAP Synchronization Connector, an open ...

Classic (disambiguation)

A classic is something that is a perfect example of a particular style, something of lasting worth or with a timeless quality. Classic or The Classic may also refer to:

Tucano

Tucano may refer to: A member or supporter of the Brazilian Social Democracy Party The Portuguese name for the toucan Flying Legend Tucano Replica, an Italian light-sport aircraft Tucano, Brazil, a municipality in the state of Bahia in the North- ...

Spirit (disambiguation)

Spirit is the non-corporeal essence of a being or entity. Spirit as a common noun may also refer to: Enthusiasm Mood psychology, primarily good mood or optimism "high spirits" the mind or soul or Volition German Geist Spirituality, pertaining to ...

Saad Maan

Major General Saad Maan Ibrahim Jassim al-Musawi Director of the Department of Media, Ministry of Interior 2011 - 2018, Director of the Department of Relations and Information.

Hallie E. Queen

Hallie Elvera Queen, later Hallie Queen Jackson, was an American writer, journalist, and educator. She taught English in Puerto Rico, and was on the faculty of Dunbar High School in Washington, D.C.

Antonio Maceo Brigade

The Antonio Maceo Brigade was a political organization in the mid 1970s composed of Cuban Americans that demanded the right of travel to Cuba for Cuban exiles and good relations with the Cuban government. The group was mainly composed of young Cu ...

Cuban Anti-Slavery Committee

In the 1870s, many activists in the United States were frustrated by the decision of President Ulysses S. Grant to take a neutral approach towards the ongoing revolution in Cuba that sought to overthrow slavery in the Spanish territory. Many prom ...

Xiomara

Xiomara Laugart, New York-based Cuban singer Xiomara Castro born 1959, also called Xiomara de Zelaya, Honduran politician, wife of deposed President Manuel Zelaya Xiomara Alfaro 1930–2018, Cuban soprano Xiomara Blandino born 1984, Miss Nicaragua ...

Mariel

Mariel may refer to: Mariel boatlift, a 1980 exodus of Cubans to the United States Mariel of Redwall, a book in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques Mariel given name Mariel, Cuba, a municipality and city El Mariel, second studio album by Cuban-Am ...

Suzanne

Suzanne television personality born 1986, Japanese variety tarento, actress, and singer S. U. Zanne, pen name of August Vandekerkhove 1838–1923, Belgian writer and inventor Suzanne Lynch born 1951, New Zealand singer who performed as "Suzanne" Su ...

Kumar (disambiguation)

Kumar is a title, a given name, middle name or a family name native to South Asia. Kumar may also refer to: Kumar magazine, Gujarati language magazine Kumar name, a given name and surname and list of people with the name Kumar title Kumar drag qu ...

Justo

Notable people with this given name include: Justo Jacquet born 1961, football player Jose Justo Corro 1794-1864, Mexican president Justo Tejada born 1933, Spanish football player Justo Jorge Padron born 1943, Spanish poet, essayist and translato ...

Freddy

Freddy Fazbear, the titular character of Five Nights at Freddys Freddy comic strip, a newspaper comic strip which ran from 1955 to 1980 Fearless Freddie, an engine in the Thomas and Friends universe Freddie TV series a sitcom created by Freddie P ...

Cha-Cha

Cha soundtrack, the soundtrack for the 1979 film "Cha Slide", a 2000 dance song by DJ Casper Cha-cha-cha music, a genre of Cuban music Cha-cha-cha dance, the name of a dance of Cuban origin Cha album, a 1978 album by Herman Brood & His Wild Roman ...

Janet

Pierre Janet 1859–1947, French psychologist, philosopher and psychotherapist Paul Janet 1823–1899, French philosopher and writer Charles Janet 1849–1932, French engineer, inventor and biologist, known for the Left Step periodic table Jules Janet ...

Diaz (disambiguation)

Prieto Diaz, Sorsogon, a municipality in the Philippines Armando Diaz, a school in Genoa, Italy, raided by police in 2001 Diaz, Tubajon, barangay in the Philippines Diaz, Arkansas, a city in Jackson County, Arkansas, United States