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Franz Mandl (physicist)

Maudl was born in Vienna in 1923 into a Jewish family. They moved to Berlin in the 1920s, and after the rise of Nazi Germany, the family emigrated to England as refugees in 1936. Maudl received a scholarship to study at Lincoln College, Oxford wh ...

                                               

Schmitten Discgolf Parcours

Schmitten Discgolf Parcours is a seasonal 18-hole disc golf course located in Zell am See, Austria. The course is set on a ski slope and progresses downhill. The first hole is 1.830 metres above sea level and the last hole is 430 metres lower. Es ...

                                               

Paid prison labour

Paid prison labour refers to the participation of convicted prisoners in either voluntary or mandatory paid work programs. While in prison, inmates are expected to work in areas such as industry, institutional maintenance, service tasks and agric ...

                                               

Bangladesh Forms and Publication Office

Bangladesh Forms and Publication Office is a Bangladesh government Department under the Ministry of Public Administration. The department is responsible for supplying official documents including land registration, marriage certificates, money re ...

                                               

Department of Military Lands and Cantonments

Department of Military Lands and Cantonments is a Bangladesh government department responsible for managing the military cantonment land. Farid Ahmed is the Director General of the Department of Military Lands and Cantonments.

                                               

Judicial Administration Training Institute

Judicial Administration Training Institute is a statutory organization of the Bangladesh government. It is a national training institute for judges and judicial magistrates in Bangladesh.

                                               

Swadhinata KS

Swadhinata Krira Sangha is a football team from Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is currently a team of Bangladesh Championship League.

                                               

Kumudini Hospital

Kumudini Hospital is private hospital in Tangail that is managed by Kumudini Welfare Trust. The hospital is funded by the trust and provides free healthcare.

                                               

Energy Security Fund

Energy Security Fund is a Bangladesh government fund that was formed to fund gas exploration and extraction projects in Bangladesh. It is funded through a few on domestic gas bills.

                                               

Sheikh Hasina National Institute of Youth Development

Sheikh Hasina National Institute of Youth Development is a Bangladesh government institute that provides training to athletes and carries out research.

                                               

The Not Too Late Show with Elmo

The Not Too Late Show with Elmo is an American late-night talk show hosted by Elmo. It is a spin-off of Sesame Street developed exclusively for the HBO Max streaming service. The series, consisting of 13 episodes, debuted on the platform on May 2 ...

                                               

J. D. Scholten

Scholten was born in Ames, Iowa, in 1980. His family moved to Sioux City, Iowa, when he was three years old. He attended East High School in Sioux City, and played for their baseball and basketball teams. Scholten attended Morningside College, wh ...

                                               

Same-sex marriage in Veracruz

Same-sex marriage is currently not recognized in the Mexican state of Veracruz. On 28 May 2020, the Congress of Veracruz passed a gender-neutral cohabitation law granting cohabitating couples, regardless of sex and sexual orientation, all the rig ...

                                               

Chapter Two

"Chapter 2: The Child", a 2019 episode of The Mandalorian Chapter Two film, a 1979 film adaptation of the play by Neil Simon "Chapter 2" American Horror Story, a 2016 episode of American Horror Story "Chapter 2 House of Cards", a 2013 episode of ...

                                               

2018 Minas Gerais gubernatorial election

The 2018 state elections in Minas Gerais were held on 7 October, as part of the general elections in the Federal District and in 26 states, to elect one Governor and Vice Governor, two Senators and four substitutes for Senator, 53 Federal Deputie ...

                                               

Sara Winter

Sara Fernanda Giromini, known as Sara Winter, is a Brazilian YouTuber, lecturer, writer, pro-life activist, former feminist activist and a politician affiliated with Democrats. She was the founder of the Brazilian variant of the Femen group, but ...

                                               

Paulo Eduardo Martins

Martins was born on 20 April 1981 in Presidente Venceslau. Prior to his political career, Martins was a journalist. He worked for the network Rede Massa, an affiliate of the Sistema Brasileiro de Televisão. In 2014, his program was taken off the ...

                                               

Jaqueline Goes de Jesus

Jaqueline Goes de Jesus is a Brazilian scientist at the University of São Paulo. She was part of the Brazilian research team who first sequenced the genome of the Zika virus. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Goes de Jesus led the genomic and epidemi ...

                                               

Giora Becher

Giora Becher was Israel’s Ambassador to Brazil from 2008 until 2011, Colombia from 2014 until 2015 and beginning in September 2000, Consul General to Philadelphia. He also served as Consul of Israel in Bombay and Israel’s first Charge D’affairs i ...

                                               

Mario Chermont

Mario Moraes Chermont, better known as simply Mario Chermont, was a Brazilian politician and lawyer from the state of Rio de Janeiro that represented the state of Para at national level.

                                               

Yuliyana Plevnelieva

Yuliyana Plevnelieva, Bulgarian: Юлияна Юриева Плевнелиева, is a Bulgarian journalist and First Lady of Bulgaria from 2012 until 2017. She is the ex-wife of former Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev, whom she divorced in 2017.

                                               

Ile aux Lievres (Richelieu River)

L ile aux Lievres is a river island of the Richelieu River, in the territory of the municipality of Carignan, in the La Vallee-du-Richelieu Regional County Municipality, in the region administrative Monteregie, in the south of province of Quebec, ...

                                               

The Crees of the Waskaganish First Nation

The Crees of the Waskaganish First Nation or Cree Nation of Waskaganish is a Cree First Nation of Canada. Waskaganish means Little House. It is headquartered in the Cree village of Waskaganish, Eeyou Istchee territory equivalent in Nord-du-Quebec ...

                                               

Coronation (provincial electoral district)

Coronation was a provincial electoral district in Alberta mandated to return a single member to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta from 1913 to 1940.

                                               

Nanton-Claresholm

Nanton-Claresholm was a provincial electoral district in Alberta mandated to return a single member to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta from 1930 to 1935. The electoral district was named for the Town of Nanton, Alberta and Town of Claresholm, ...

                                               

Harmony, Alberta

Harmony is an unincorporated community within Rocky View County in the Canadian province of Alberta. It is adjacent to the Springbank Airport, approximately 23 km west of downtown Calgary and 10 km southeast of the Town of Cochrane. At a planned ...

                                               

Vegreville-Bruce

Vegreville-Bruce was a provincial electoral district in Alberta mandated to return a single member to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta using the first past the post method of voting from 1963 to 1971. Vegreville-Bruce is named for the Town of ...

                                               

Lacombe-Stettler

Lacombe-Stettler was a provincial electoral district in Alberta mandated to return a single member to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta from 1993 to 2004. The electoral district took its name from the City of Lacombe, Alberta and the Town of St ...

                                               

Edmonton-Beverly-Belmont

Edmonton-Beverly-Belmont was a provincial electoral district in Alberta mandated to return a single member to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta from 1993 to 1997.

                                               

Wetaskiwin-Leduc

Wetaskiwin-Leduc was a provincial electoral district in Alberta mandated to return a single member to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta using the first past the post method of voting from 1971 to 1993. Wetaskiwin-Leduc was formed from the aboli ...

                                               

Mild High Club

Brettin grew up in the Midwest, playing flute in his school band. He majored in jazz studies at Columbia College in Chicago, and started Mild High Club in 2013. Brettin worked on Mild High Clubs first album, Timeline, for almost three years until ...

                                               

John Carlton Atherton

Atherton was a successful artist; a painter, magazine illustrator, writer and designer. His works are within numerous collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum of American Art and the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

                                               

Dave Ritcey

David Mark Ritcey is a Canadian politician, who was elected to the Nova Scotia House of Assembly in a by-election on March 10, 2020. A member of the Progressive Conservative Association of Nova Scotia, he represents the electoral district of Trur ...

                                               

Chidliak Kimberlite Province

The Chidliak Kimberlite Province is located in the Hall Peninsula of southern Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada. The first kimberlite there was discovered in July 2008 during exploration conducted by BHP Billiton and Peregrine Diamonds Ltd. By 2012, ...

                                               

Clover Bar-Fort Saskatchewan

Clover Bar-Fort Saskatchewan was a provincial electoral district in Alberta mandated to return a single member to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta from 1993 to 2001. The electoral district was named for the City of Fort Saskatchewan and the Cl ...

                                               

Jacob Lewis Englehart

Jacob Lewis Englehart was an Canadian business magnate, entrepreneur and philanthropist. Englehart is best known for his role in the formation of Imperial Oil in 1880 to combat the growing influence of John D. Rockefellers Standard Oil. Englehart ...

                                               

Pike River

Pike River, Wisconsin, United States, an unincorporated community Pike River, Quebec, Canada, a municipality formerly known as Saint-Pierre-de-Veronne-à-Pike-River Pike River Conservation Park, a protected area in South Australia Pike River, Sout ...

                                               

Ancestral background of presidents of the United States

The ancestral background of presidents of the United States has usually been consistent throughout American history. Oftentimes opposition arose to incoming waves of immigrants of differing ethnic backgrounds and their respective cultures, such t ...

                                               

List of people from Chamar caste

Following is a list of notable people from the Chamar caste organised by profession, field, or focus - .

                                               

26th Nova Scotia general election

The 26th Nova Scotia general election may refer to the 1878 Nova Scotia general election, the 26th overall general election for Nova Scotia, for the 27th General Assembly of Nova Scotia, but considered the 4th general election for the Canadian pr ...

                                               

31st Nova Scotia general election

The 31st Nova Scotia general election may refer to the 1984 Nova Scotia general election, the 53rd overall general election for Nova Scotia, for the 54th Legislative Assembly of Nova Scotia, but considered the 31st general election for the Canadi ...

                                               

24th Nova Scotia general election

The 24th Nova Scotia general election may refer to the 1871 Nova Scotia general election, the 24th overall general election for Nova Scotia, for the 25th General Assembly of Nova Scotia, but considered the 2nd general election for the Canadian pr ...

                                               

34th Nova Scotia general election

The 34th Nova Scotia general election may refer to the 1998 Nova Scotia general election, the 56th overall general election for Nova Scotia, for the 57th Legislative Assembly of Nova Scotia, but considered the 34th general election for the Canadi ...

                                               

33rd Nova Scotia general election

The 33rd Nova Scotia general election may refer to the 1901 Nova Scotia general election, the 32nd overall general election for Nova Scotia, for the due to a counting error in 1859 33rd General Assembly of Nova Scotia, the 1993 Nova Scotia genera ...

                                               

28th Nova Scotia general election

The 28th Nova Scotia general election may refer to the 1974 Nova Scotia general election, the 50th overall general election for Nova Scotia, for the 51st Legislative Assembly of Nova Scotia, but considered the 28th general election for the Canadi ...

                                               

35th Nova Scotia general election

The 35th Nova Scotia general election may refer to the 1911 Nova Scotia general election, the 34th overall general election for Nova Scotia, for the due to a counting error in 1859 35th General Assembly of Nova Scotia, the 1916 Nova Scotia genera ...

                                               

29th Nova Scotia general election

The 29th Nova Scotia general election may refer to the 1890 Nova Scotia general election, the 29th overall general election for Nova Scotia, for the 30th General Assembly of Nova Scotia, but considered the 7th general election for the Canadian pr ...

                                               

32nd Nova Scotia general election

The 32nd Nova Scotia general election may refer to the 1901 Nova Scotia general election, the 32nd overall general election for Nova Scotia, for the 33rd General Assembly of Nova Scotia, but considered the 10th general election for the Canadian p ...

                                               

27th Nova Scotia general election

The 27th Nova Scotia general election may refer to the 1970 Nova Scotia general election, the 49th overall general election for Nova Scotia, for the 50th Legislative Assembly of Nova Scotia, but considered the 27th general election for the Canadi ...

                                               

22nd New Brunswick general election

The 22nd New Brunswick general election may refer to the 1952 New Brunswick general election, the 42nd overall general election for New Brunswick, for the 42nd New Brunswick Legislative Assembly, but considered the 22nd general election for the C ...