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Hecla

Hecla, Kentucky, USA Hecla, Montana, USA Hecla, Missouri, USA Fury and Hecla Strait, Nunavut, Canada Hecla and Fury Islands, Nunavut, Canada Hecla Iron Works Building, Brooklyn, NY, USA Hecla and Griper Bay, Nunavut and Northwest Territories, Can ...

                                               

Vorwerk

Vorwerk may refer to: a Vorwerk fortification, an advanced fortification of a local castle that often a became serfdom-based agricultural outpost of a manor estate, namegiving for the above-mentioned toponyms Vorwerk, Lower Saxony, a municipality ...

                                               

National Institute of Design, Madhya Pradesh

National Institute of Design, Madhya Pradesh or NID MP is a design institute located in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. NID MP is an autonomous institution under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry. The institute has commenced academic activities from ...

                                               

Suzuki Motor Gujarat

Suzuki Motor Gujarat Private Limited is a automotive manufacturing plant owned by Suzuki Motor Corporation. Located in Hansalpur, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, it is the first and the only Suzuki automobile manufacturing plant wholly owned directly by Suzu ...

                                               

Birbal Trilogy Case 1: Finding Vajramuni

Birbal Trilogy Case 1: Finding Vajramuni or simply known as Birbal is a 2019 Kannada language crime thriller film written and directed by MG Srinivas. The film is the first instalment of the Birbal Trilogy.The movie also marked the third characte ...

                                               

Invitation to Tender

An invitation to tender is a formal, structured procedure for generating competing offers from different potential suppliers or contractors looking to obtain an award of business activity in works, supply, or service contracts, often from compani ...

                                               

Wiley House

Wiley House may refer to: by state then town Caleb Wiley House, a historic house in Stoneham, Massachusetts Benjamin Wiley House, a historic house in North Fryeburg, Maine Wiley-Ringland House, a historic house in Chevy Chase, Maryland Thomas W. ...

                                               

Grass Valley

Grass Valley, Oregon, a city in Sherman County Grass Valley Piute and Sevier counties, Utah, a valley in Piute and southern Sevier counties in central Utah California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado Roman Catholic Diocese of Grass Valley, a former dioces ...

                                               

Hutchinson

Hutchinson, Minnesota Hutchinson Island South, Florida Hutchinson, West Virginia, in Logan County Hutchinson River Parkway, running through Westchester County, New York, and the Bronx Hutchinson County, South Dakota Hutchinson, Marion County, Wes ...

                                               

Rice Lake

Rice Lake, Ontario Rice Lake, Wright County, Minnesota, an unincorporated community Rice Lake CDP, Minnesota, a census-designated place in Clearwater County Rice Lake, Wisconsin, a city in Barron County Rice Lake, Minnesota, a city in Saint Louis ...

                                               

Make*A*Circus

Make*A*Circus was a professional, recreational, and educational circus that created free day-long events in which children observed a professional circus performance, took workshops in the circus skills of their choice, and finally performed thei ...

                                               

Vigilance

Vigilance may refer to: Vigilance album, by Threat Signal Vigilance, a creature ability in the Magic: The Gathering collectible card game Alertness Vigilance behavioural ecology, the watchfulness of prey for nearby predators Vigilance committee t ...

                                               

Hershell West

Hershell West is an American former basketball player and coach. He played basketball at Eula D. Britton in his hometown of Rayville, Louisiana and won the Louisiana State AA Championship in 1959. Grambling State Tigers mens basketball head coach ...

                                               

Charlie Hardy (American football)

Charlie Hardy was an gridiron football end who played in the American Football League. He played college football at San Jose State.

                                               

Union Hall

Union Hall may refer to a Hiring hall, typically an office and meeting place of a trade union. Or it may refer to: in Australia Union Hall Adelaide, a hall and theatre in Adelaide, South Australia. in Ireland Union Hall, County Cork, a village in ...

                                               

Friends of Acadia

Friends of Acadia is a nonprofit membership organization that helps preserve and protect Acadia National Park and its surrounding communities. Based in Bar Harbor, Maine, the organization works with Acadia to identify areas where its advocacy can ...

                                               

Albert Fitzgerald

Albert J. Fitzgerald was an American trade unionist from Lynn, Massachusetts. Fitzgerald was a leading in the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America and Congress of Industrial Organizations. He was President of UE starting in 194 ...

                                               

ASMS

ASMS may stand for: Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts American Society for Mass Spectrometry, a professional society, as well as the societys annual meeting Annie Sullivan Middle School Franklin, Massachusetts Alabama School ...

                                               

William Appleton

William Appleton may refer to: William Sumner Appleton 1874–1947, founder of the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities William Thomas Appleton 1859–1930, Australian businessman, shipping agent and public servant William H. Apple ...

                                               

UDM

UDM may stand for: Universal Docking Module, a once-proposed portion of the International Space Station University of Detroit Mercy, a private Roman Catholic university in Detroit, Michigan United Democratic Movement Kenya, a Kenyan political par ...

                                               

David Lang (rugby union)

Lang was capped by Scotland twice, in the period 1876 to 1877.

                                               

Harold Bradley (disambiguation)

Harold Bradley is an American country and pop guitarist. Harold Bradley may also refer to: Harold Whitman Bradley, American historian Harold Bradley pianist 1906–1984, Canadian pianist Harold Bradley trade unionist, British trade union leader Har ...

                                               

Titular

Titular bishop, a bishop who is not in charge of a diocese Titular Catholicism, a cardinal who holds a titulus, one of the main churches of Rome Titular see, an episcopal see of a former diocese that no longer functions Titular church, a church i ...

                                               

Biri Church

Biri church is a Cross church from 1777 in Gjovik municipality, Innlandet county, Norway. It is in Gjovik Clerical District, Toten Deanery, Hamar Diocese. The structure is timber and it has 450 seats. The church has furniture with acanthus design ...

                                               

Shomrim

Shomrim is a Hebrew word meaning "watchers" or "guards" and may refer to: Hashomer Hatzair youth movement Shomrim fraternal police organization, an organization of Jewish members of the New York City Police Department or subsequently formed chapt ...

                                               

Eugene German

Eugene German is an American basketball player. He played college basketball for the Northern Illinois Huskies and left as the programs all-time leading scorer.

                                               

DBHS

DBHS may refer to: Don Bosco High School, Lagawe, Ifugao, Philippines Daniel Boone Area High School, Birdsboro, Pennsylvania, United States Daniel Boone High School Tennessee, Gray, Tennessee, United States Diamond Bar High School, Diamond Bar, C ...

                                               

Port Adelaide (disambiguation)

Port Adelaide is the port of the South Australian capital of Adelaide. It may also refer to: Hundred of Port Adelaide, a cadastral unit Division of Port Adelaide - an electorate for the Australian House of Representatives Electoral district of Po ...

                                               

Theodosius of Jerusalem (died 457)

Theodosius was one of the leading Christian monks of Palestine opposed to the Council of Chalcedon. He was installed as bishop of Jerusalem in opposition Juvenal in 451 or 452, but was forced into exile by the emperor Marcian in 453. Information ...

                                               

Syed Ghulam Moinuddin Gilani

Syed Ghulam Moinuddin Gilani commonly known as Baray Lala jee born on Saturday, the 22nd May 1920 at Golra Sharif, of district Rawalpindi was the Sajjada Nashin of Shrine Golra Sharif. He was the grandson of Pir Meher Ali Shah. He was the son of ...

                                               

Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China

The Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China is an international, cross-party alliance of parliamentarians from democratic countries focused on relations with the Peoples Republic of China, and specifically, the Chinese Communist Party. It was estab ...

                                               

General Federation of Transport and the Environment

The General Federation of Transport and the Environment is a trade union representing transportation workers, refuse workers, and those with jobs relating to the environment. The union was founded in 1977, as the General Federation of Transport a ...

                                               

Interco Federation

The Interco Federation is a trade union representing workers in local government and some civil servants in France. The federation was established in 1974, when the Federation of Local Government Workers merged with unions representing civil serv ...

                                               

Huda Al-Sarari (lawyer)

Huda El-Sarari or Hoda El-Sarari; Hoda Al Sarari is a human rights lawyer from Yemen who was awarded the Martin Ennals Award. She exposed that foreign governments were operating prisons in Yemen. 260 people were released from unlawful imprisonment.

                                               

Klaus Zwickel

Klaus Zwickel is a German former trade union leader. Born in Heilbronn, Zwickel completed an apprenticeship as a tool maker, and joined IG Metall in 1954. He worked in various local factories, serving as a shop steward from 1957, then chair of th ...

                                               

Monterey Branch Line

The Monterey Branch Line is a railway line located in Monterey County, California. It runs 16 miles between Castroville, where it connects to the Union Pacific Coast Line, and Monterey, formerly running as far as Pacific Grove. It is roughly para ...

                                               

Tin Latt (minister)

Tin Latt is the Burmese politician and incumbent Deputy Minister for Hotels and Tourism of Myanmar. On 21 October 2019, he was nominated to be Deputy Minister for Hotels and Tourism in President Win Myints Cabinet.

                                               

Newcastle High School

Newcastle High School can refer to: Newcastle High School Texas in Newcastle, Texas Newcastle High School Australia in Newcastle, New South Wales Newcastle High School Oklahoma in Newcastle, Oklahoma Newcastle-under-Lyme School, a school in Newca ...

                                               

Karolin Lampert

Lampert was a member of the National Team from 2008. With the team, she came second in the 2012 Espirito Santo Trophy, the world amateur team golf championship for women. Individually, she was German Girls Champion in 2011 and 2012 and won the 20 ...

                                               

Immaculate Conception Academy (disambiguation)

Immaculate Conception Academy is in Dasmariñas, Cavite, Philippines Immaculate Conception Academy may also refer to: Immaculate Conception Academy California, commonly known as ICA Cristo Rey Academy Immaculate Conception Academy of Manila, Phili ...

                                               

Izone (disambiguation)

Iz*One is a South Korean idol girl group. Izone or iZone may refer to: Also used by Sharon L. Contreras for school programs in Syracuse, New York, US Polaroid i-Zone, instant camera products Innovation zone iZone, an eyewear business in Massachus ...

                                               

Nefise Akçelik

Nefise Akçelik was a Turkish civil engineer who specialised in building tunnels. The Ordu Nefise Akçelik Tunnel is named in her honour.

                                               

Rhonda P. Hill

Rhonda Pnina Hill is an American fashion industry analyst, curator, founder of EDGE, editor-in-chief of EDGExpo.com, a fashion intelligence platform, known for her advocacy for womens rights and minority empowerment, and for promoting ecological ...

                                               

Stephen Daley

Stephen Robert Daley is an Australian scientific researcher and a former veterinarian and first-class cricketer. Daley was born at Atherton in the Atherton Tableands region of Queensland in April 1977 and was raised nearby at Millaa Millaa. He la ...

                                               

1920 Rhode Island State Rams football team

The 1920 Rhode Island Rams football team was an American football team that represented Rhode Island State College as an independent during the 1920 college football season. The team compiled a 0–4–4 record. Prior to the 1920 season, Rhode Island ...

                                               

Denis Wigan

Denis Grey Wigan was an English first-class cricketer and British Army officer. The son of Sir Frederick William Wigan, he was born at Walton-on-Thames in June 1893. He was educated at Eton College, where he took part in the Fowlers match of 1910 ...

                                               

Mighty Mac

Mighty Mac or Mighty Macs may refer to: Mighty Mac, nickname of the USS McClusky FFG-41, a frigate Mighty Mac, nickname of the USS McKean DD-784, a destroyer The Mighty Mac, winning horse in the 1981 Powers Gold Cup and 1984 Cathcart Challenge Cu ...

                                               

Rahne Jones

Jones is originally from Silver Spring, Maryland. She was named after her father, Ronnie. After graduating from Paint Branch High School in 2005, Jones attended college at Radford University on a full basketball scholarship for her freshman year. ...

                                               

Grigorije Jezdimirovic

Grigorije Jezdimirovic was a Serbian painter. From 1803 to 1804, painter Grigorije Jezdimirovic worked on the iconostasis of the Serbian Orthodox Church of St. George in the Sveti Durad monastery, then part of the Austrian Empire, now Romania. Wi ...

                                               

Miryam Shomrat

Miryam Shomrat was the Israeli ambassador to Norway from 2005 until 2008 and ambassador to Finland from 2000 until 2003. While ambassador to Norway, Shomrat publicly criticized King Harald, Queen Sonja and Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg for not ...