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Halimahton Abdul Majid

Che Halimahton binti Abdul Majid was a Malaysian politician. She was the first woman elected to the Federal Legislative Council, serving from 1955 to 1959.

                                               

Kate Azuka Omenugha

Kate Azuka Omenugha nee Nwagwu is from Ubaha Nnobi, a town in Idemmili South Local government area, Anambra State Nigeria. Her father Chief E. B. Nwagwu was a teacher and she grew up moving from one school to another as the father was transferred ...

                                               

Class 7

Class 7 may refer to: Class VII U.S. Army, Major items: A final combination of end products which is ready for its intended use: principal item for example, launchers, tanks, mobile machine shops, vehicles NSB Class 7, a standard-gauge steam loco ...

                                               

Carlos Basombrio Iglesias

Carlos Miguel Ramon Basombrio Iglesias is a Peruvian sociologist, journalist and political scientist. He served as Minister of the Interior in the Pedro Pablo Kuczynski administration from July 2016 to December 2017.

                                               

I Hope for You

The film tells about a woman who abandoned her child and attempted suicide, as a result of which she ended up in a psychiatric hospital, and after treatment got a job in an orphanage.

                                               

McKenzie College

McKenzie College, derived from the surname Mackenzie, is the name of several educational institutions: McKenzie College New Brunswick, an art and design school in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, a private univ ...

                                               

ICSB

ICSB may refer to: International Christian School of Budapest, an international K-12 coeducational school in Diosd, Hungary, founded 1994 International Committee on Systematic Bacteriology, former name of International Committee on Systematics of ...

                                               

AHSS

AHSS may refer to: Almaguin Highlands Secondary School, a high school in Ontario, Canada Amalorpavam Higher Secondary School, a high school in Pondicherry Applewood Heights Secondary School, a high school in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada Academic ...

                                               

Jose Salvador Cavero Ovalle

Jose Salvador Cavero Ovalle was a Peruvian lawyer, judge, university lecturer and Peruvian politician. Under the orders of Andres A. Caceres, he fought in the defense of Lima and in the resistance campaign in Sierra, during the Pacific war. He wa ...

                                               

Hanson Canada

Hanson Canada is a private education Group providing various learning options to International Students in Ontario and British Columbia. The company has three institutions: Hanson College: Formed in 2005 through a partnership with Cambrian Colleg ...

                                               

University of Illinois at Chicago (disambiguation)

University of Illinois at Chicago may refer to: University of Illinois at Navy Pier, a public university at Navy Pier with a two-year undergraduate program for educating returning World War II veterans before transitioning to the permanent campus ...

                                               

Oxford College

Oxford College may refer to: Colleges of the University of Oxford University of Oxford, collegiate research university located in Oxford, England There are various institutions in Oxford that use the phrase "Oxford College" in their name, but hav ...

                                               

Public school

Public school may refer to: Charter school, a no-tuition United States or Canadian school that is funded but not operated by the government Public school India, a group of historically elite fee-charging privately owned and managed schools in Ind ...

                                               

Archway

Archway tube station, London Underground station Archway Tower Archway, London, an area of London, United Kingdom Archway Road, a major road in London Thames Archway Company, a former company formed to build a tunnel under the River Thames Archwa ...

                                               

Bia Lamplighter College of Education

Bia Lamplighter College of Education is a co-educational college of education in Sefwi Debsio. The college is located in the Central / Western zone. It is one of 46 public colleges of education in Ghana and is affiliated to the University of Educ ...

                                               

Baek Woon-kyu

Baek Woon-kyu is a South Korean professor of energy engineering previously served as President Moon Jae-ins first Minister of Trade, Industry and Energy. Before entering public service in 2017, he was technology advisor to two major semiconductor ...

                                               

Steinbach

Worthmann & Steinbach, a defunct American architectural firm in Chicago Steinbach store, a defunct American department store chain in Asbury Park, New Jersey Steinbach Credit Union, a Canadian credit union in Manitoba

                                               

St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School

St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School may refer to: In Canada: St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School Oakville, Ontario St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School Tottenham, Ontario St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School Lindsay, Onta ...

                                               

Miguel Echenique

Miguel Echenique was a Peruvian politician and agricultural businessman. He was Second Vice President of the Republic during the government of Guillermo Billinghurst.

                                               

Croatan (disambiguation)

The Croatan were an Algonkian tribe living in what is now the Carolinas. Croatan may also mean: Croatan National Forest, a national forest in North Carolina Croatan Beach, Virginia Beach, Virginia, neighborhood of Virginia Beach Croatan, a 2005 s ...

                                               

Archbishop Njenga Girls High School

The School was started by Chekalini Parents Harambee Group, on 8th February 1971 as Chekalini Secondary School, a mixed school with initial enrolment of 17 students 9 boys and 8 girls. In June, 1972 it changed its name to Bishop Njenga girls’ hig ...

                                               

Kebulonik

Kebulonik is located in Mosop constituency, Nandi Hills, Nandi County, Kenya. Kebulonik forms part of Sangalo/Kebulonik administrative ward. It has two notable schools i.e. Kebulonik primary and Kebulonik secondary schools. Kebulonik is a locatio ...

                                               

Naparima

Naparima may refer to: Naparima College, an all-male secondary school in San Fernando Naparima College, Siparia, the original name of Iere High School Naparima Hill, the proper name for San Fernando Hill Naparima ward, one of the wards in County ...

                                               

Carver High School

George Washington Carver High School Decatur, Alabama closed 1966 George Washington Carver High School Dothan, Alabama closed 1969 George Washington Carver High School Birmingham, Alabama George Washington Carver High School Montgomery, Alabama

                                               

St Benedicts School

St Benedicts School may refer to: St Benedicts Catholic High School, Alcester, a secondary school in Alcester, Warwickshire, England St Benedicts Catholic High School, Hensingham, a secondary school in Hensingham, Cumbria, England St. Benedict Hi ...

                                               

Columbus High School

Columbus High School can refer to a number of high schools in the United States: Columbus High School Columbus, Georgia, a liberal arts magnet school in Georgia Columbus High School Waterloo, Iowa, a Catholic secondary school in Iowa Columbus Hig ...

                                               

Belmont School

Belmont School may refer to: in Australia Belmont High School Victoria, Australia Belmont City College, a state secondary school in Perth, Western Australia. in Canada Belmont Elementary School Langley, British Columbia, a bilingual public elemen ...

                                               

P12

Derrinallum P12 College, school in Derrinallum, Victoria, Australia P–12 education, a designation for the sum of primary and secondary education in Australia Bright P-12 College, a public school located in Victoria, Australia

                                               

North East Learning Trust

North East Learning Trust is a multi-academy trust that operates nine schools with academy status across northern England: three are primary schools and five are secondary. One is a ITT training school. It is an exempt charity, regulated by the D ...

                                               

South African pygmy seahorse

Hippocampus nalu, the Sodwana pygmy seahorse, African pygmy seahorse or Honeypot seahorse, is a South African species of pygmy seahorse in the family Syngnathidae.

                                               

CFHS

CFHS as an acronym can refer to the following: High Schools: Chagrin Falls High School - a high school in Chagrin Falls, Ohio Cedar Falls High School - a high school in Cedar Falls, Iowa Carolina Forest High School - a high school in Horry County ...

                                               

Ripon College

Ripon College may refer to: Ripon College of Education, a former teacher training college in North Yorkshire, England, now part of York St John University Ripon College Cuddesdon, a theological college in Oxfordshire, England Ripon College, Calcu ...

                                               

Uyghur American Association

The Uyghur American Association is a prominent Uyghur American non-profit advocacy organization based in Washington, D. C. in the United States. It was established in 1998 by a group of Uyghur overseas activists to raise the public awareness of t ...

                                               

Jamidar Hat B. N. High School

Jamidar Hat B. N. High School is a secondary school located in Jamidar Hat Word of Begumganj Upazila in Noakhali District of Chittagong, Bangladesh. The school offers the education for students from Sixth grade to Tenth grade.

                                               

Khotta Bhasha

Khotta Bhasha is the language of a small group of people who inhabit in the state of West Bengal in India. Khotta speakers are of entirely Muslim origin & reside in West Bengal. They mainly inhabit in Kaliachak I & II, Harishandrapur, Ratua and M ...

                                               

Guillermo Capobianco Ribera

Guillermo Capobianco Ribera was a Bolivian lawyer, writer and politician. He was Bolivias Minister of the Interior from August 6, 1989 to March 15, 1991 during the government of President Jaime Paz Zamora and was also Bolivias Minister of Housing ...

                                               

Library Park

Library park Colombia, libraries with park and public spaces constructed in Medellin, Colombia as part of cultural development efforts and to promote education in underprivileged areas

                                               

Ricardo Bentin Sanchez

Ricardo Bentin Sanchez was a Peruvian politician, soldier and businessman. He participated in the Peruvian resistance during the Pacific War. He became President of the Congress of the Republic and first Vice President of the Republic.

                                               

Isaac Alzamora

He was born on 3 June 1850 in Lima, Peru to Jose Maria Alzamoro and Josefa Mayo. He studied at Colegio Nacional Nuestra señora of Guadalupe and graduated in 1866. Later he entered the University of San Marcos and obtained a doctorate in Jurisprud ...

                                               

LaKeisha Sutton

LaKeisha Sutton is an American professional basketball player who plays for the Harlem Globetrotters. She played four seasons of college basketball for the University of South Carolina under coach Dawn Staley before playing professional basketbal ...

                                               

Eau

Eau or EAU may refer to: The European Association of Ukrainians, a voluntary association of Ukrainians in the European Union EAU, the IATA code for the Chippewa Valley Regional Airport in Wisconsin, United States Initiative: Eau, an American nonp ...

                                               

Azumah Namoro Sanda

Azumah Namoro Sanda is the member of Parliament for Chereponi in the Northern region of Ghana. He is a member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing the Chereponi Constituency in the Northern Region on the ticket of ...

                                               

Badsara, Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh

Badsara is a small village based in the Tehsil" Bharari” of" Bilaspur” district in the state of Himachal Pradesh in India. Basically, it is a small rural village that is famous for its sightseeing sites. Badsara village has a Sarpanch which is al ...

                                               

Ajnol Village, Naina Devi

Ajnol Village Located in the hills of Naina Devi, Ajnol is a small village that falls under the district of Bilaspur in Himachal Pradesh. It is quite popular because of the temple of Mata Naina Devi. This temple is one of the divine power hubs or ...

                                               

Victoria Blair Rhemrev

Victoria Blair Rhemrev is an Indonesian-American model, national softball and volleyball player, and beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss Illinois Teen USA 2020. Rhemrev had previously been crowned 2nd runner-up on Miss Illinois Teen U ...

                                               

Desk (disambiguation)

A desk is a piece of furniture used for writing at etc. Desk or DESK may also refer to: Places in Iran Persian دسك ‎ Dask, Hormozgan Desk-e Bala, Kerman Province Desk, Bam, Kerman Province Desk, Anbarabad, Kerman Province Other In journalism, a d ...

                                               

Faleeha Hassan

Hassan grew up in Najaf was a precocious reader as a child, but her schooling was interrupted in 1980 when her middle school was closed for the Iran–Iraq War. She would eventually earn a masters in Arabic Literature from the University of Kufa in ...

                                               

Claire Lim

Claire Elisabeth de Guzman Lim is a Filipino womens international footballer who plays as a defender. She is a member of the Philippines womens national football team and was part of the team that competed in the 2018 AFC Womens Asian Cup.

                                               

Immaculate Conception School

Immaculate Conception School for Boys, Malolos City, Bulacan Immaculate Conception School of Malolos, Malolos City, Bulacan Immaculate Conception Catholic School Umingan, Pangasinan - a grade school and high school founded in 1948 in the Roman Ca ...

                                               

Priory School

Harris Academy Orpington, formerly The Priory School, a primary school in Slough, Berkshire Priory School, Lewes, a comprehensive secondary school in Lewes, Sussex The Priory School, Shrewsbury, a secondary school in Shrewsbury, Shropshire Priory ...