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Pornography in Azerbaijan

Pornography in Azerbaijan is not easily accessible in most parts of the country, but pornographic material is inexpensive and easily obtainable in Baku. According to Article 3 of the Media Act of 1999, "pornographic materials" are defined as work ...

John Elliot Drinkwater Bethune

John Elliot Drinkwater Bethune was a educator, mathematician and polyglot who is known for his contributions in promoting womens education in India. He was the founder of Calcutta Female School in Calcutta, which is considered the oldest womens c ...

Roots School System

The Roots School System is a for profit organisation controlling a set of educational establishments in Pakistan ranging with age ranges from two upwards and more recently expanded to higher education levels. It is one of several educational "sch ...

Masroor Anwar

Masroor Anwar was a ghazal poet, film song lyricist and a screenwriter. He wrote the lyrics for Ko Korina, South Asias first pop song, and working alongside Sohail Rana, film director Pervez Malik and film producer and actor Waheed Murad in the 1 ...

Govt. Degree College Phool Nagar, Kasur (Boys)

Government Degree College Phool Nagar is located in Phool Nagar, Punjab, Pakistan. It was established in 1 September 1974 and offers courses in mathematics, sciences, computer science, languages and history. A library was established in college i ...

Mariyam Sultana Noohani

Mariyam Sultana Noohani was an educationist and academic leader of Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan. She headed All Pakistan Women Association and the Federation of Pakistan Women Organisation. She imparted education and training especially to the girl ...

Mir Ahmed Bakhsh Lehri

Mir Ahmed Bakhsh Lehri is a retired Pakistani civil servant of the Pakistan Administrative Service who served in BPS-22 grade as the Establishment Secretary of Pakistan and Chief Secretary Balochistan. Lehri is the most decorated federal secretar ...

Pablo Macera

Pablo Macera did his primary studies at La Salle School where he already felt a predilection for the History course. His secondary education was made at the Hipolito Unanue School. At 16 he entered the Faculty of Letters and Law of the National U ...

Liesel Holler

Dr. Liesel Holler Sotomayor is a Peruvian doctor, model and former beauty pageant titleholder who won the titles of Miss Peru 2004 and Miss Caraibes Hibiscus 2004.

Quartermaster-General of the Swedish Army

The Quartermaster-General of the Swedish Army was a general officer who was responsible for the Swedish Army Quartermaster Corps, the quartermaster branch of the Swedish Army.

University of Health Sciences (Turkey)

The University of Health Sciences is a state university in Turkey established in 2015. It is the countrys only higer educational institution for health sciences. As of 2019, the rector of the university is Prof. Dr. Cevdet Erdol.

Gyula Kiraly (historian)

Kiraly was born in Santaul Mic Kisszanto, a village in northwestern Romania, along the border with Hungary. He studied at the high school of the University of Debrecen, Hungary, then at the Gojdu High School in Oradea, Romania. He graduated from ...

Richard Barber (priest)

Richard Barber DCL was an English priest in 16th-century. A Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, he was appointed Vicar choral of Chichester Cathedral in 1541; Vicar of the College of Windsor in 1543, a Canon of Lincoln Cathedral in 1552; Rector ...

John David Mabbott

John David Mabbott was President of St Johns College, Oxford from 1963 from to 1969. Mabbott was educated at Berwickshire High School; the University of Edinburgh; and St Johns. He was a Lecturer in Classics at the University of Reading from 1922 ...

William Hayes (academic)

William Hayes was President of St Johns College, Oxford from 1987 to 2001. Hayes was educated at Synge Street CBS; University College, Dublin; and the University of Oxford. A physicist, he came to St Johns as an Overseas Scholar in 1955. He was F ...

Medical deserts in the United States

A health care desert, strictly defined, is a populated area more than 60 miles drive from an acute-care hospital offering emergency room services. An estimated 30 million Americans, many in rural regions of the country, live at least 60 minutes d ...

EMSA

EMSA may stand for: Egyptian Medical Students Association Emsa Household goods manufacturer from Germany European Medical Students Association, in Brussels, Belgium Emergency Medical Services Alliance, in Marion County, Florida, United States Eur ...

Comp

Comparable company analysis Same-store sales Comprehensive layout, in advertising and marketing, a proposed design presented to a client Comparables, in real estate Workers compensation, compensation for work-related injuries and diseases

Sekyra Foundation

The Sekyra Foundation is a private foundation created in 2018 by Czech entrepreneur Ludek Sekyra in support of moral universalism, liberal values, and civil society. The foundation receives funds for its activity from gifts by individuals and cor ...

Lauritsala

Lauritsala is a former Finnish market town. It was closed down on 1 January 1967 and was incorporated into Lappeenranta. The present district of Lauritsala comprises only the center of the former town.

Her

HERmione, an autobiographical novel written by imagist poet H.D. Kismet Marvel Comics, a fictional superhero Her film, a 2013 American science fiction film

Maor Farid

Dr. Maor Farid is an Israeli scientist, engineer and artificial intelligence researcher at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, social activist, and author. He is the founder and CEO of Learn to Succeed for empowering of youths from the Israeli ...

Neama Riadh

Neama Riadh Ahmed is an Iraqi television presenter for Dijlah TV channel, she has presented morning, social and artistic TV programs.

Shujaaz

Shujaaz is a multi-media platform that aims to help improve the lives and livelihoods of young people in East Africa. It was launched in Kenya in February 2010 and is written and presented in sheng. A second, stand-alone edition of Shujaaz was la ...

Shashikala Sunil

Shashikala Sunil is an Indian playback singer & performer, having more than 100 Kannada movie songs & 1000 non-filmy songs to her credit. Shashikala Sunil is a versatile singer & performer in languages of Kannada, Hindi, Tamil & Telugu, with more ...

Norsk pedagogisk tidsskrift

Norsk pedagogisk tidsskrift is a Norwegian research journal. The journal addresses the breadth of educational research. It publishes new research findings, thematizes public education discussions, and discusses current professional literature. No ...

Swiss Chamber Concerts

The Swiss Chamber Concerts is a Swiss chamber music cycle with concert series in Basel, Geneva, Lugano and Zurich, founded in 1999 by Jurg Dahler, Daniel Haefliger and Felix Renggli.

AR

Alternate reality disambiguation, various fictional concepts a.r. group of Polish artists and poets, including Katarzyna Kobro Ar, city on the fictional planet Gor

Fathom (disambiguation)

Fathom Events, a distribution company that narrowcasts programming to cinemas via satellite Fathom film, 1967 spy comedy film directed by Leslie H. Martinson, starring Anthony Franciosa and Raquel Welch Fathom, a working title of the 2005–2006 sc ...

Tandem (app)

Tandem is a language exchange app on iOS and Android that connects language learners with native speakers. Members can search for language exchange partners to talk to by either text or voice chat. As of April 2020, the app supports over 160 lang ...

Flux (machine-learning framework)

Flux is an open-source machine-learning library and ecosystem written in Julia. Its current stable release is v0.10.3. It has a layer-stacking-based interface for simpler models, and has a strong support on interoperability with other Julia packa ...

Source (programming language)

Source is a family of sublanguages of JavaScript, developed for the textbook Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, JavaScript Adaptation. The JavaScript sublanguages Source §1, Source §2, Source §3 and Source §4 are designed to be ju ...

AfterSchool (website)

AfterSchool is a Hong Kong-based online learning platform founded in 2017. It offers online courses for subjects inside the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education for high school students in Hong Kong. The platform also features gamification an ...

Husain Burhanuddin

Shahzada Husain Burhanuddin or Husain Mufaddal Saifuddin is the third son of Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin, the current incumbent of the office of the 53rd Dai al-Mutlaq, and the grandson of Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin. He is a renowned reciter of th ...

Ann Seidman

Ann Willcox Seidman was an American economist, active in African liberation struggles, and a writer and university professor.

Uyghur Revolutionary Union of Altishahri and Jungharian Workers

The Uyghur Revolutionary Union of Altishahri and Jungharian Workers, also known as the Uyghur Revsoyuz or Inqilawi Uyghur Itipaqi, was an organization of diaspora from China in Soviet Turkestan 1921-1922. In early 1921 the Turkestan Bureau of the ...

Eureka

Eureka often refers to: Eureka word, a famous exclamation attributed to Archimedes Eureka!, the state motto of California Eureka effect, the sudden, unexpected realization of the solution to a problem Eureka may also refer to:

Mawab

Mawab, officially the Municipality of Mawab, is a 3rd class municipality in the province of Davao de Oro, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 37.065 people.

BSC

California Building Standards Commission, a US state agency responsible for building codes Broadcasting Standards Commission, a British government agency incorporated into Ofcom Bird Studies Canada, a nature conservation organization British Soci ...

UCS

University of Caxias do Sul, a university in Brazil University College School, a British public school situated in Hampstead, north west London University Campus Suffolk, a university based in Ipswich, Suffolk, United Kingdom

Agricultural Academy

The Agricultural Academy is a scientific university based in Sofia, Bulgaria. It offers education in scientific research, agriculture, animal husbandry, and food industry.

NEC (disambiguation)

National Executive Committee of the African National Congress National Economic Commission, a deficit reduction commission in the United States National Empowerment Center, a US mental health advocacy and recovery organization Negro Ensemble Comp ...

DU

Deakin University, in Australia Damascus University, in Syria Donghua University, in Shanghai, China Delhi University, in Delhi, India Dongguk University, in South Korea Dhaka University, in Bangladesh Doshisha University, in Kyoto, Japan Dagon U ...

South Australian State Emergency Service

The South Australian State Emergency Service is the South Australian branch of the State Emergency Service, partner of the Australian Council of State Emergency Services. The service, founded in 1962, is volunteer based, and prepares and responds ...

Mision Tiburon

Mision Tiburon is a non profit organisation established in 2009, based on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. Founded by marine biologists and conservationists Ilena Zanella and Andres Lopez, the organisation focuses on marine research concerning sh ...

IET

Institution of Engineering and Technology, a UK-based professional engineering institution Institute of Engineers and Technicians, which became part of the Institution of Incorporated Engineers in 1998 which then became part of the Institution of ...

Lower East Side Ecology Center

Lower East Side Ecology Center, also known as the LES Ecology Center, is an environmental organization founded in 1987, focusing on urban sustainability, providing e-waste and composting services, environmental stewardship opportunities, and educ ...

Rosa Waugh Hobhouse

Rosa Waugh Hobhouse was a British social worker and pacifist, who vigorously campaigned for a negotiated end to World War 1. She was also a poet, a prolific author and teacher. Described by Sylvia Pankhurst as a Quaker with a mystic temperament’. ...

IDF

IDF or idf may refer to: Iceland Defense Force, a military command of the United States Armed Forces from 1951 to 2006 Israeli Diving Federation, a non-governmental SCUBA diving training organization based in Israel Interaction Design Foundation, ...

ISIL (disambiguation)

ISIL is the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, a militant Islamic group operating primarily in Iraq and Syria. ISIL or Isil may also refer to: