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Julian R. Dridan

Julian Dridan was educated at Adelaide Junior Technical School, the School of Mines and Adelaide University. He became South Australias Deputy Engineer-in-Chief focussing on Engineering and Water Supply. In November 1949, on his 48th birthday, he ...

                                               

Heremba Bailung

Heremba Bailung is a Director of Institute of Advanced Study in Science and Technology, Professor and Head of Physical sciences division. Prof Bailung did his BSc and MSc from Dibrugarh University. He did PhD from Gauhati University Bailung was a ...

                                               

Elaine Shi

Elaine Runting Shi is a Chinese and American computer science and cryptographer, whose research has included work on blockchain and smart contracts, secure distributed systems and the Sybil attack on these systems, and the oblivious RAM model for ...

                                               

EPCC (disambiguation)

EPCC may refer to: East Preston Cricket Club, a village cricket club in West Sussex Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir Exton PC Council, a personal computer user group in Chester County, Pennsylvania, USA the four phases of Engineering, Procurem ...

                                               

KSM

KSM may refer to: Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, suspected terrorist held at Guantanamo Bay Kommando Spezialkrafte Marine, special forces of the German Navy Kothagudem School of Mines, later University College of Engineering, Kakatiya University Komunis ...

                                               

Marian College

Marian Catholic College Kenthurst, New South Wales, Australia Marian College Sunshine West, Victoria, Australia Marian College Ararat, Victoria, Australia

                                               

Ilse Knott-ter Meer

Ilse Knott-ter Meer, born Ilse ter Meer, was one of the first female German mechanical engineers with a degree in engineering.

                                               

Flat Rock

Flat Rock, Surry County, North Carolina Flat Rock, Michigan Flat Rock, Georgia Flat Rock, Ohio Flat Rock, Kentucky Flat Rock, Alabama Flat Rock, Illinois Flat Rock, Stokes County, North Carolina Flat Rock, Arizona Flat Rock, Virginia Flat Rock, H ...

                                               

Bear Branch

Bear Branch, Missouri, an unincorporated community Bear Branch, Indiana, an unincorporated community in Ohio County Bear Branch, Kentucky, an unincorporated community in Leslie County

                                               

Springbrook

Springbrook may refer to some places: Communities In the United States: Springbrook, North Dakota Springbrook, Iowa Springbrook, Wisconsin, a town Springbrook community, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community In Australia Springbrook, Queensland ...

                                               

Jeff Eckel

Jeffrey Walter Eckel is an American investor and business executive. He is the Chairman and CEO of Hannon Armstrong, an American sustainable investment company providing capital primarily to energy efficiency and renewable energy projects and com ...

                                               

Hohe Schule

Hohe Schule may refer to: Hohe Schule film, a 1934 Austrian film also called The Secret of Cavelli Hohe Schule hill, a hill in Bavaria, Germany Hohe Schule, Herborn, a former higher education institute in Germany Hohe Schule, Loosdorf, a former L ...

                                               

Back to school

Back to school may refer to: Back to School”, a song by Jon and Vangelis from their album The Friends of Mr Cairo First day of school, the first day that school opens after a vacation Back to School 2019 film, a French film Back to school marketi ...

                                               

The Green

The Green may refer to: The Green Distillery, an Irish whiskey distillery in Cork City, Ireland The Green play, a play by Gary Owen The Green Frogmore, South Carolina, an NRHP listing in Beaufort County, South Carolina The Green railway station, ...

                                               

Palo Alto (disambiguation)

Palo Alto, California, a city in the San Francisco Bay Area, United States East Palo Alto, California, neighboring city to Palo Alto, California, United States Palo Alto, Virginia, an unincorporated community in Highland County, Virginia Palo Alt ...

                                               

VFS

The initialism VFS can mean: Visual FlagShip, a compiler by multisoft Versioning file system, a file system which provides for the concurrent existence of several versions of a file Vancouver Film Studios, a film production centre in Vancouver, B ...

                                               

Did We Love?

Did We Love? is an upcoming South Korean television series starring Song Ji-hyo, Son Ho-jun, Song Jong-ho, Kim Min-joon, Koo Ja-sung and Kim Da-som. It is set to premiere on JTBC in July 2020 and will be available for streaming worldwide on Netflix.

                                               

District 6

District Six is a place in Cape Town, South Africa District Six may also refer to: Government divisions District 6, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam District 6, an electoral district of Malta District 6 Zurich, in Switzerland District 6 New York City Co ...

                                               

Imperial Forestry Institute (disambiguation)

Imperial Forestry Institute may refer to: Imperial Forestry Institute UK, Oxford; incorporated into the Department of Plant Sciences, University of Oxford Imperial Forestry Institute Russia, Saint Petersburg, later the S. M. Kirov Forestry Academ ...

                                               

Dylan Roberts

Dylan Roberts is an American politician and a member of the Colorado House of Representatives from the 26th District, which encompasses Eagle and Routt Counties, Colorado. A member of the Democratic Party, he has represented the states 26th house ...

                                               

Francisco Javier Leon de la Riva

Francisco Javier Leon de la Riva is a Spanish politician and Doctor. Francisco was a member of the Peoples Alliance party from 1982 to 1989. Now he is a current member of the Peoples Party since 1989. He was the Mayor of Valladolid from 1995 to 2 ...

                                               

Deanwood–Minnesota Ave Line

The Deanwood–Minnesota Ave Line, designated Route U7, is a daily bus route operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority between Deanwood station and Minnesota Avenue station of the Orange Line of the Washington Metro. The line r ...

                                               

Jiu

Jiu, JIU or JiU may refer to: Ținutul Jiu, a former administrative division of Romania Chinese alcoholic beverages, known as jiu 酒 in Chinese Jones International University, a predominantly on-line school located in Centennial, Colorado Josai In ...

                                               

Commandants Quarters

Commandants Quarters or Commandants House may refer to: Commandants Residence, Royal Military College of Canada, Kingston, Ontario, Canada Commandants Quarters Dearborn, Michigan, listed on the NRHP in Michigan Commandants House Hillsborough, Nor ...

                                               

SCMA

SCMA may refer to: Scuola Militare di Alpinismo, Italian winter warfare school; today: Centro Addestramento Alpino Sport Clube Mineiro Aljustrelense Southern California Military Academy Scottish Childminding Association Southwest Celtic Music Ass ...

                                               

National defense (disambiguation)

National defense is a nations use of military, economic and political power to maintain survival. National defense or national defence may also refer to: National missile defense, a military strategy to shield a country from missiles National Def ...

                                               

Nikolay Kiryukhin

Nikolay Ivanovich Kiryukhin was a Soviet Army lieutenant general and a Hero of the Soviet Union. A prewar Bolshevik, Kiryukhin was drafted into the Imperial Russian Army during World War I. He served as a commissar in the 24th Rifle Division duri ...

                                               

MAMC

MAMC may refer to: Maharaja Agrasen Medical College, Agroha, medical college in Agroha, India Musee dart moderne et contemporain de Saint-Etienne, museum in Saint-Etienne, France Madigan Army Medical Center, by Tacoma, Washington, USA Manila Adve ...

                                               

Krewasky Salter

Salter earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Florida, an M.A. and Ph.D. from Florida State University, and a Master of Strategic Studies from the Air War College.

                                               

The Corps

The Corps song, a traditional hymn of the United States Military Academy Texas A&M University Corps of Cadets, a student military organization at Texas A&M University Corps of Cadets, the collective student body of the United States Milit ...

                                               

Cadet Corps (disambiguation)

The Corps of Cadets at Fork Union Military Academy The Corps of Cadets at California Maritime Academy The Corps of Cadets at the United States Military Academy The Corps of Cadets at Marine Military Academy Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets Texas A&a ...

                                               

Catherine Katuni Tedam

Catherine Katuni Tedam was a Ghanaian educationist and politician. She served as the member of parliament for the Chiana-Paga constituency from 1970 to 1972. She was one of only two women in the Second Republican parliament.

                                               

Deer Creek

Deer Creek, Taylor County, Wisconsin Deer Creek, Illinois Deer Creek, Outagamie County, Wisconsin Deer Creek, West Virginia, in Pocahontas County Deer Creek, Carroll County, Indiana Deer Creek, Lake County, Indiana Deer Creek, Arizona, in Gila Co ...

                                               

Spanish Baroque

The arts of the Spanish Baroque include: Spanish Baroque literature Culteranismo Conceptismo Spanish Baroque architecture Category:Spanish Baroque painters Bodegon Spanish Baroque art Tenebrism Quito School Indochristian art Cuzco School New Span ...

                                               

I Would Die for You

"I Would Die for You", a single by Jann Arden from Time for Mercy 1993 "I Would Die For You", a cover of Ardens song by Regine Velasquez from Listen Without Prejudice "I Would Die For You", a song by Fady Maalouf from Blessed "I Would Die For You ...

                                               

Hermann Fulda

Johann Julius Christian Hermann Fulda was a Lutheran theologian and pastor in Dammendorf in the years 1827–1880.

                                               

Moeen Marastial

Mohammad Moeen Marastial is an Afghan politician who served as a Member of Parliament in Wolesi Jirga, the lower house, representing the people of Afghanistan from 2003 to 2009. During his incumbency, he advocated for education for all, a recepti ...

                                               

LEEP

LEEP may refer to: Law Enforcement Exchange Program, program of the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs involving Israeli and American law enforcement professionals LEEP Online Education, Library Education Experimental Program, a dista ...

                                               

Our Lady of Peace (disambiguation)

Church of Our Lady of Peace, New York City, New York Our Lady of Peace Church Stratford, Connecticut Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Peace, Honolulu, Hawaii Our Lady of Peace Church Erie, Pennsylvania

                                               

St. Michael Academy

St. Michael Academy or St. Michaels Academy is the name of many schools and other educational institutions. Most have a religious heritage and are named after Saint Michael: St. Michael Academy New York City, United States St. Michael Catholic Ac ...

                                               

SMIC

SMIC may refer to: Special Material Identification Code, a logistics management code used in association with the NATO Stock Number Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation, in Shanghai Server Management Interface Chip, part of IPMI ...

                                               

SJB

SJB may refer to: Sajau Basap languages ISO code San Joaquin Airports IATA code Hochkirchliche St Johannes-Bruderschaft, a German High Church Lutheran religious society In schools: St John Bosco Arts College, Liverpool, England St. John The Bapti ...

                                               

Convent (disambiguation)

A convent is a community of priests, religious brothers, religious sisters or nuns, or the building used by such a community. Convent or convento may also refer to:

                                               

Iraqi Christian Relief Council

The Iraqi Christian Relief Council is an Assyrian-based Christian nonprofit organization founded in 2007 by Assyrian activist Juliana Taimoorazy. The ICRC describes its primary purpose as being to advance the humanitarian and political protection ...

                                               

Saint Mary’s College of Catbalogan

Saint Mary’s College of Catbalogan is a private sectarian school located at Del Rosario St., Catbalogan City, Samar. The school is run by RVM sisters. The college started as a parochial school in 1929. By 1950, the school received government reco ...

                                               

31st anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests

The 31st anniversary of Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 was principally events that occurred in China and elsewhere on and leading up to 4 June 2020 – to commemorate the Tiananmen Square massacre, in which thousands of people are widely believe ...

                                               

Tony Gara

Oriah Anthony Gara was a Zimbabwean businessman and politician. He was a member of the House of Assembly of Zimbabwe for Mbare East from 1990 to 2000 and served as deputy minister of local government, rural and urban development from 1995 until 2 ...

                                               

The Stitch

The Stitch is a proposed engineering project that would see portions of the Downtown Connector in Atlanta, Georgia capped and covered with public greenspaces. The proposal, drafted by Jacobs Engineering Group in coordination with Central Atlanta ...

                                               

Kithure A. Kindiki

Kithure Kindiki is a Kenyan politician and a lawyer. He was elected in 2013 General Election to represent Tharaka-Nithi County in the Kenyan Senate. Kindiki was re-elected in 2017 to represent the same county.

                                               

Christs College

Christs College is a name shared by several educational establishments. Among them are: Christs College, Christchurch, an independent private Anglican boys secondary school in Christchurch, New Zealand Christs College of Education, a mixed Cathol ...