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1873 National Civil Rights Convention

The National Civil Rights Convention of 1873 was held in Washington, D.C. W. Ogilvie photographed the convention which began December 9. It was covered by the New York Times.

                                               

Abid Sadykov

Abid Sadykov was born in Tashkent, Russian Turkestan, Russian Empire on November 15, 1913. He graduated from the Central Asian University of Tashkent in 1937 with a Doktor nauk Doctor of Sciences.

                                               

Marxist Workers School

Marxist Workers School was an educational institute founded in the winter of 1925 in Berlin, by the Berlin city office of the Communist Party of Germany. Its function was to enable workers to learn the basics of proletarian life and struggle, to ...

                                               

Federation of Russian Workers of South America

The Federation of Russian Workers of South America was an organization of Russian immigrants in Argentina. The organization was founded in February 1918. FORSA was led by Mikhail Komin-Alexandrovsky, a member of the Russian Social Democratic Labo ...

                                               

Kielsen V Cabinet

The Fifth Cabinet of Kim Kielsen was the Government of Greenland, in office between 5 October 2018 and 9 April 2019. It was a coalition minority government consisting of Siumut, Solidarity and Descendants of Our Country.

                                               

Kielsen VII Cabinet

The Seventh Cabinet of Kim Kielsen is the incumbent Government of Greenland, in office since 29 May 2020. It is a coalition minority government consisting of Siumut, The Democrats and Descendants of Our Country.

                                               

Tim Peters (political scientist)

Tim Peters is a German political scientist, lawyer and politician of the Christian Democratic Union of Germany. A resident of Belgium, he is an official of the Secretariat of the European Parliament. As a political scientist, he is known as a stu ...

                                               

NVP (disambiguation)

NVP may refer to: Network Voice Protocol Nationale Volkspartei National Peoples Party, a far-right political party in Austria Nominal Velocity of Propagation, the speed with which electrical signals travels through various types of conductors Nev ...

                                               

Jamiat

Jamiat is a term in an Islamic context referring to a political party or other organisation. The word comes from the Arabic for gathering, from which it has also been adopted into Persian, Urdu and other languages. Entities whose name contain Jam ...

                                               

Ikatan

Ikatan Cendekiawan Muslim Indonesia, organization Ikatan Pandu Indonesia, organization Ikatan Motor Indonesia, automotive Ikatan Naturopatis Indonesia, organization Ikatan Akuntan Indonesia, organization

                                               

Leopoldo Navarro

Bermudez was born in 22 October 1917 to J.Gonzalez Duarte and Dolores Bermudez Duarte in Managua, Nicaragua. He pursued primary and secondary education in Costa Rica. He was a doctor and surgeon by profession. He served as head of pathology depar ...

                                               

Rikken

Rikken may refer to: Rikken Teiseitō, short-lived conservative political party in Meiji period Japan Rikken Minshutō, a 21st-century Japanese liberal political party Rikken Dōshikai, Japanese political party active in the early years of the 20th ...

                                               

Serbia 21

Serbia 21 is a social democratic and reformist political party in Serbia that was founded in early 2020 by former members of the Social Democratic Party and Democratic Party.

                                               

Second Harutyunyan government

The Second Harutyunyan government is the current governing body of Artsakh since its formation on 21 May 2020. Arayik Harutyunyan is the current President, who was elected in 2020 general election and is the head of state and head of government. ...

                                               

Maria Ansorge

Maria Ansorge was a German politician of the Social Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Convergence Party

The following is a list of political parties whose names could be referred to as Convergence Party. National Convergence, a political party in Venezuela Democratic Convergence Party Cape Verde Convergence for Social Democracy, a political party i ...

                                               

General Union of Public Sector and Transport Workers

The General Union of Public Sector and Transport Workers was a trade union representing workers in various industries in Germany.

                                               

Peter Michel

Born in Freyburg Unstrut, Michel comes from a craftsman family. After attending the Immanuel-Kant-Gymnasium Berlin, after the Abitur, he studied German studies and art education at the Padagogische Hochschule Erfurt/Muhlhausen from 1956 to 1959. ...

                                               

YSA

YSA may refer to: Young Scientists of Australia, an organization dedicated to the promotion of science in Australia Young Socialist Alliance, the youth organization of the U.S. Socialist Workers Party Young Single Adult, a designation in The Chur ...

                                               

Caviar (disambiguation)

Caviar, sometimes Kaviar is, primarily, the name given to the luxury delicacy consisting of processed, salted, non-fertilized sturgeon roe. Caviar may also refer to:

                                               

Mikhail Frolenko

Mikhail Fedorovich Frolenko was a Russian revolutionary, populist, member of the Executive Committee of the Peoples Will.

                                               

Arthur Dean

Arthur Dean may refer to: Arthur Dean lawyer 1898–1987, American corporate lawyer and advisor to numerous U.S. presidents Arthur Dean cricketer born 1931, Australian cricketer Arthur Dean judge 1893–1970, Australian judge Arthur Dean Australian p ...

                                               

TRG

TRG may refer to: Tiny Rascal Gang, Cambodian street gang in US Trg Nikole Pasica The Regular Guys, a syndicated morning radio show Western Australia Police Tactical Response Group Tactical Response Group, police tactical group in NSW, Australia ...

                                               

Habib Ullah Sarkar

Sarkar was elected to parliament from Mymensingh-9 as a Bangladesh Nationalist Party candidate in 1979. He joined the Jatiya Party in 1988. He was elected to parliament from Mymensingh-6 as an Independent candidate in 1988 Bangladeshi general ele ...

                                               

Rezwanul Haque

Rezwanul Haque Idu Chowdhury is a politician from the Thakurgaon District of Bangladesh and a former Member of Parliament of Dinajpur-3 and Thakurgaon-1.

                                               

Non-reformist reform

Non-reformist reform, revolutionary reform, anti-capitalist reform, structural reform, transformative reform or abolitionist reform are all terms that convey the same concept: a reform that "is conceived, not in terms of what is possible within t ...

                                               

Frederick Bennett

Frederic or Fred Bennett may refer to: Fred Bennett baseball 1902–1957, MLB outfielder Fred Bennett footballer 1906–1990, English footballer Frederick Bennett bishop 1872–1950, New Zealand Anglican bishop Frederick Debell Bennett 1806–1859, Engli ...

                                               

Lugi Gizenga

Lugi Gizenga was a Congolese politician and leader in the Unified Lumumbist Party. He was an advisor in charge of investments and partnerships with Martin Kabwelulu, the Democratic Republic of the Congos Minister of Mines.

                                               

List of members of the European Parliament for Finland, 2019–24

On the National Coalition Party list: EPP Group Sirpa Pietikainen Petri Sarvamaa Henna Virkkunen On the Green League list: Greens-EFA Heidi Hautala Alviina Alametsa – since Brexit 1 February 2020 Ville Niinisto On the Social Democratic Party list ...

                                               

Strong dual space

In functional analysis, the strong dual of a topological vector space X is the continuous dual space of X equipped with the strong topology or the topology of uniform convergence on bounded subsets of X, where this topology is denoted by b {\disp ...

                                               

Semi-reflexive space

In the area of mathematics known as functional analysis, a semi-reflexive space is a locally convex topological vector space X such that the canonical evaluation map from X into its bidual is bijective. If this map is also an isomorphism of TVSs ...

                                               

Locally convex vector lattice

In mathematics, specifically in order theory and functional analysis, a locally convex vector lattice is a topological vector lattice that is also a locally convex space. LCVLs are important in the theory of topological vector lattices.

                                               

Abstract L-space

In mathematics, specifically in order theory and functional analysis, an abstract L -space, an AL-space, or an abstract Lebesgue space is a Banach lattice {\displaystyle } whose norm is additive on the positive cone of X.

                                               

Abstract m-space

In mathematics, specifically in order theory and functional analysis, an abstract m -space or an AM-space is a Banach lattice {\displaystyle } whose norm satisfies ‖ sup { x, y } ‖ = sup { ‖ x ‖, ‖ y ‖ } {\displaystyle \left\|\sup\{x,y\}\right\|= ...

                                               

MRL

MRL may refer to: Merck Research Laboratories, an American pharmaceutical company Montana Rail Link, a US railroad Official Monster Raving Loony Party, a UK political party Magnetic Reference Laboratory, an American company that makes and sells C ...

                                               

HNC

HNC may refer to: Classical-map Hyper-Netted-Chain equation, a method in many-body theoretical physics for interacting uniform electron liquids in two and three dimensions Hydrogen isocyanide, a molecule with the formula HNC that is important to ...

                                               

Anandpur

Anandpur may refer to the following topics in India: Second Battle of Anandpur in 1704, between Sikhs and the allied Rajas of the Sivalik Hills Anandpur Bhadla Gujarati: આણંદપુર ભાડલા, a village in Chotila Taluka of Surendranagar district, Gujara ...

                                               

Alash

Alash may be a transliteration from various Turkic languages into English of the following terms: Alash party, Kazakh democratic political party 1917-1920 Alash, National Patriotic Party, party in Kazakhstan Alash Orda, Kazakh government of the A ...

                                               

Roy H. Chapman

Roy Harrison Chapman was a Justice of the Florida Supreme Court from 1937 to 1952. Chapman was born on July 15, 1883 in Blairsville, Georgia. His family had fled to Florida during to get out of the path of Shermans March to the Sea. He was raised ...

                                               

LUP

Lup or LUP may refer to: Lift Upgrading Programme, a Singapore Housing and Development Board HDB project Lifeless undead phenomenon, a term originating in the Richard Matheson story "Dance of the Dead" Lupus constellation Lead units of pressure, ...

                                               

Frank J. Mrvan

Frank John Mrvan is an American politician from the state of Indiana. He is a township trustee for North Township, Indiana and the Democratic Party nominee for Indianas 1st congressional district in the United States House of Representatives in t ...

                                               

Tom Corbin

Thomas D. Corbin is an American politician. He is a member of the South Carolina Senate from the 5th District, serving since 2012. He is a member of the Republican party. Corbin has been involved in controversy regarding comments he has made abou ...

                                               

Ross Turner

Clarence Ross Turner III is an American politician. He is a member of the South Carolina Senate from the 8th District, serving since 2012. Turner is a member of the Republican party.

                                               

Boys State (film)

Boys State is a 2020 American documentary film, directed and produced by Jesse Moss and Amanda McBaine. It follows a thousand teenage boys attending Boys/Girls State in Texas, coming to build a representative government from the ground up. It had ...

                                               

Riley Moore

Riley Moore is an American politician from the state of West Virginia. A Republican, he is a former member of the West Virginia House of Delegates for the 67th district.

                                               

New England Independence Campaign

The New England Independence Campaign, formed in 2015, is a political organization that promotes the eventual independence of the New England region from the United States. It would be composed of the states of Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode I ...

                                               

Nazism in the Americas

Nazism of Americas arose during the inter-war period, first arising in the United States in 1933 and South America in the mid 1930s. The members of these parties established in the Americas were a reflection of some German-Americans and German La ...

                                               

Jeremie Dufault

Jeremie Dufault is an American politician, attorney, and businessman serving as a member of the Washington House of Representatives from the 15th district. Elected in 2018, Dufaults district includes the eastern half of Yakima County.

                                               

Daniel S. Bacon

Daniel S. Bacon was born on December 12, 1798 in Onondaga County, New York to parents Leonard and Elizabeth Stanton Bacon. Daniel later moved to Michigan, and settled in Monroe, Michigan.

                                               

Israeli Ground Forces

The Israeli Ground Forces are the ground forces of the Israel Defense Forces. As part of the military wing of the Israeli security forces, the ground forces have no civilian jurisdiction within Israel. The commander is the General Officer Command ...