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Dr. Thomas Eclectric Oil

Dr. Thomas’ Eclectric Oil was a widely used pain relief remedy which was sold in Canada and the United States as a patent medicine from the 1850s into the early twentieth century. Like many patent medicines, it was advertised as a unique cure-all ...

                                               

Pay for performance

Pay for performance may refer to: Pay for performance healthcare, an emerging movement in health insurance in Britain and the United States, in which providers are rewarded for quality of healthcare system Pay-for-Performance Federal Government, ...

                                               

2020 Minnesota Senate election

The 2020 Minnesota Senate election will be held in the U.S. state of Minnesota on November 3, 2020, to elect members to the Senate of the 92nd Minnesota Legislature. If necessary, a primary election will be held in several districts on August 11, ...

                                               

Naib (disambiguation)

Naib نائب is an Arabic word for Deputy or Representative of Authority. Naib or NAIB may also refer to: Naib, a ruler of Massawa who acted as a viceroy to the Ottoman caliphate National Association of Intercollegiate Basketball or National Associa ...

                                               

List of Newport County A.F.C. managers

Newport County A.F.C. is a professional Association football club based in Newport, Wales. The club was founded in 1912 as The Newport & Monmouth County Association Football Club, nicknamed The Ironsides after the Lysaghts Orb Works in the town. ...

                                               

Arkansas Library Association

The Arkansas Library Association is a professional organization for Arkansass librarians and library workers. It is headquartered in Little Rock, Arkansas. It was founded on January 26, 1911, in Little Rock, Arkansas by Caroline Langworthy from t ...

                                               

Margaret Gurney (artist)

Margaret Jane Gurney is an Australian artist who lives and works in Melbourne and is an advocate for Australian arts. Born into an artistic family, Margaret represented Australia at the 2009 Florence Biennale. She has won numerous awards, and was ...

                                               

Large Employer Emergency Financing Facility

The Large Employer Emergency Financing Facility is a response of the Canadian government to the COVID-19 pandemic that was announced on 11 May 2020.

                                               

GPO

General Post Office, Dublin Government Press Office Israel Government Pharmaceutical Organization, a Thai state enterprise General Post Office, in Britain Social Security Government Pension Offset, a provision reducing benefits Group Purchasing O ...

                                               

Bruno Lechevin

Bruno Lechevin was a French trade unionist. He was President of the French Environment and Energy Management Agency from 2013 to 2018.

                                               

Henri Turrel

Henri Albert Turrel was a French trade unionist and communist activist. Born in Susville, Turrels father died in a mine accident when Henri was just six years old. He left school at the age of twelve, to work on a farm, then at sixteen began work ...

                                               

1958 Wisconsin gubernatorial election

The 1958 Wisconsin gubernatorial election was held on November 4, 1958. Republican incumbent Vernon Wallace Thomson was defeated by Democratic nominee Gaylord Nelson with 53.59% of the vote.

                                               

Irina Volynets

Irina Volynets - Russian journalist and human rights activist, leader of the Public Movement "National Parents Committee", candidate in the 2018 Russian presidential election. He is a supporter of gender equality and the abolition of the Unified ...

                                               

Lord Brown

Lord Brown or Lord Browne may refer to: Wilfred Brown, Baron Brown 1908–1985, author Simon Brown, Baron Brown of Eaton-under-Heywood born 1937, British lawyer and former Justice of the Supreme Court John Browne, Baron Browne of Madingley born 194 ...

                                               

Minie 4.D

Etablissements Victor Minie, based in Colombes, only built low power flat-four aircraft engines, always using light alloy castings. Their first three known types, the 1.500 cc 92 cu in 4 B0 Horus, 1.980 cc 121 cu in 4 E0 Horus and 2.176 cc 132.8 ...

                                               

Broadcast News

Broadcast News may refer to: Broadcast News film, a 1987 movie Broadcast News magazine, a broadcasting trade publication once published by RCA Broadcast journalism, the field of news and journals which are published by electrical methods Broadcas ...

                                               

Passwordless authentication

Passwordless authentication is an authentication method in which a user can log in to a computer system without the entering a password or any other knowledge-based secret. Passwordless authentication relies on a cryptographic key pair – a privat ...

                                               

Mark Beno

Mark Beno was a Senior Chemist at the Argonne National Laboratory best known for his work in chemical crystallography. He was the first to determine the crystal structure of the high temperature superconductor, YBa2Cu3O7, and his research continu ...

                                               

Charles Garland (philanthropist)

Garland was born on June 26, 1899, in Hamilton, Massachusetts, the son of James Albert Garland Jr. and his wife Marie Louise nee Tudor. He enjoyed a privileged upbringing, being educated at Eton College, St. Pauls School Concord, and Harvard Univ ...

                                               

Margery Sampson

There were no female bell-ringers in Scotland until 1907 when Sampson became a member of the bell-ringers at St Mary’s Cathedral, Edinburgh, where her father was the ringing master’. Two years later, she was the first woman to ring a church bell ...

                                               

The Buccaneer

The Buccaneer can refer to: Plays and film The Buccaneer 1925 play, an unsuccessful play by Maxwell Anderson about the famous pirate Henry Morgan The Buccaneer, an audio adaption on the 1938 film by Lux Radio Theatre starring Clark Gable. The Buc ...

                                               

Allan Mustafa

Allan Mustafa is a BAFTA-nominated actor and writer who is best known for playing Anthony "MC Grindah" Zografos in the BBC mockumentary series People Just Do Nothing, which he co-created with Asim Chaudhry amongst others.

                                               

Warrant of attorney

In prior English law, a warrant of attorney was a security authorizing a solicitor to collect a debt on behalf of a creditor. It is now subsumed in the general power of attorney. A warrant of attorney was a security for money in the form of an au ...

                                               

Basaksehir Çam and Sakura City Hospital

Basaksehir Çam and Sakura City Hospital, shortly Basaksehir City Hospital, is a large-scale hospital in Basaksehir district of Istanbul, Turkey. It was developed jointly by Turkish and Japanese cooperation, and opened in May 2020.

                                               

19th Battalion

19th Battalion may refer to: 19th Battalion New Zealand, a World War II infantry battalion 2/19th Battalion Australia, a World War II Australian infantry battalion 1st/19th Battalion, Royal New South Wales Regiment, a unit of the Australian Army ...

                                               

Long Point

Long Point may refer to: Australia Long Point, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney Canada Long Point, Ontario, a sand spit projecting into Lake Erie in Ontario Long Point Biosphere Reserve, a United Nations designated area of 40.600 ha terrestria ...

                                               

The Balance of Nature

The film is about the beauty business, seen mostly through the eyes of a Cockney girl from a tower block. Dawn Winch Leslie Ash lives with her mother Marianne Stone and works in a West End beauty parlour. She has aspirations to win the Miss Unite ...

                                               

Charles Ernest Acker

Charles Ernest Acker was an American electrical engineer and inventor of the "Acker Process" for manufacturing sodium hydroxide by electrolysis of molten salt, for which he was awarded the Franklin Institutes Elliott Cresson Medal in 1902.

                                               

Wuling Hongguang V

The Wuling Hongguang V was launched previously in January 2015, and later was renamed to Wuling Rongguang V to be sold under the Wuling Rongguang series with prices ranging from 39.800 yuan to 49.800 yuan. Different from the regular Wuling Honggu ...

                                               

Fuping

Fuping may refer to: Chinese counties Fuping County, Shaanxi 富平县 Fuping County, Hebei 阜平县 Chinese towns or subdistricts Fuping Town 阜平镇, a town which is the county seat of Fuping County, Hebei Province Fuping, Changde 府坪街道, a subdist ...

                                               

Chengbei (disambiguation)

Chengbei is a district of Xining, Qinghai, Peoples Republic of China. Chengbei Chinese: 城北 ; lit.: city north may also refer to the following locations in the PRC:

                                               

Nanping (disambiguation)

Nanping Station 南坪站, a Chongqing Rail Transit station in Nanping, Nanan District, Chongqing, China

                                               

Institutionalized discrimination in the United States

Institutionalized discrimination refers to the unjust and discriminatory mistreatment of an individual or group of individuals by society and its institutions as a whole, through unequal selection or bias, intentional or unintentional; as opposed ...

                                               

5O

5O or 5-O may refer to: ASL Airlines France IATA airline code: 5O Cyanidin 3-O-rutinoside 5-O-glucosyltransferase 5-O-Methylations Anthocyanin 5-O-glucoside 6-O-malonyltransferase 5.0, 2010 album by Nelly a slang term for a Ford Mustang GT automo ...

                                               

CPZ

CPZ may refer to: Continuous permafrost zone, an area where permafrost cannot thaw Circuit Park Zandvoort, a motorsport track near Zandvoort, the Netherlands Chlorpromazine, an antipsychotic drug Controlled parking zone, a type of UK parking rest ...

                                               

Amstel (disambiguation)

Amstel is a river in North Holland, the Netherlands. Amstel may also refer to: Van Amstel, a medieval dynasty which held the lordship of the area around the Amstel river Amstel Tijgers, an ice hockey team from Amsterdam Amstel House, New Castle, ...

                                               

Allowance

Allowance may refer to: Jobseekers Allowance, a term for unemployment benefit in the United Kingdom EU Allowances Personal allowance in the United Kingdoms taxing system Allowances in accounting, see Accounts receivable Decorative Allowance in re ...

                                               

Chair (disambiguation)

A chair is a piece of furniture. Chair or chairs may also refer to: Chair academic, a professor Chair Polish academic department, a division of a university or school faculty Chair, a type of professorship in the United Kingdom Chair, a prize at ...

                                               

CoV

COV, Cov, CoV or Co-V may refer to: COV, the ICAO airline designator for Helicentre Coventry, United Kingdom Abbreviation of Coventry, a city in the United Kingdom Calculus of variations, a field of mathematical analysis Covariance, a measure in ...

                                               

U.S. National Bank Building

U.S. National Bank Building, short for United States National Bank Building, may refer to: in the United States by state, then city: The Executive Complex, San Diego, California – formerly known as the U.S. National Bank Building U.S. National Ba ...

                                               

UK Coronavirus Cancer Monitoring Project

The UK Coronavirus Cancer Monitoring Project or UKCCMP is a clinician-led reporting project supported to enable tracking of cancer patients who have tested positive for COVID-19 across the United Kingdom. The project launched on 26 March 2020 and ...

                                               

George Gigauri

George Gigauri or Giorgi Gigauri is a UN official and senior humanitarian, serving as the Chief of Mission of the International Organization for Migration, the UN Migration Agency, in Bangladesh since May 2018. He is one of the three Co-Chairs, w ...

                                               

Cebu City Police Office

The Cebu City Police Office is a division of the Philippine National Police which has jurisdiction over Cebu City and is under Police Regional Office VII. It is headquartered in Camp Sotero Cabahug. As of April 9, 2020, the current CCPO Director ...

                                               

Honour in Pawn

Honour in Pawn is a 1916 British silent film which starred Helen Haye in her first film role. The four-reel crime drama was based on the 1911 novel of the same name by W. B. Maxwell to a script by Harold Weston, who was also the Director. The pro ...

                                               

Exec

Exec or EXEC may refer to: Executive officer, a person responsible for running an organization A family of kit helicopters produced by RotorWay International Executive producer, provides finance and guidance for the making of a commercial enterta ...

                                               

Mary Phillips Riis

Mary A. Phillips was born in Memphis, Tennessee, the daughter of Richard Fabian Phillips and Elise Caroline Lina Rensch Phillips. Her father was born in England, a cotton broker, and eventually president of the Cotton Exchange in St. Louis. She a ...

                                               

KTB

KTB can mean: ktb, ISO 639-3 code for the Kambaata language KTB, stock symbol for Kontoor Brands KTB mechatronics now qfix robotics, German industrial robotics company Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary also known as Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary Konti ...

                                               

Whakamarama

Whakamarama is a rural area in the Western Bay of Plenty District and Bay of Plenty Region of New Zealands North Island. It includes a section of State Highway 2 between Omokoroa and Te Puna that underwent major maintenance work in early 2020. Ta ...

                                               

Græ

Græ is the second studio album by American singer-songwriter Moses Sumney. The double album was released in two parts by Jagjaguwar. The first part was released digitally on February 21, 2020, followed by the full album, including its second part ...

                                               

Stakes Winner 2

Stakes Winner 2 is a horse racing arcade video game developed by Saurus, with additional support from AM Factory, and originally published by SNK on September 24, 1996. It is the sequel to the original Stakes Winner, which was released earlier in ...