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Siaosi Sovaleni

Siaosi Ofakivahafolau Sovaleni is a Tongan politician, Cabinet Minister, and Member of the Legislative Assembly of Tonga. From 2014 to 2017 he was Deputy Prime Minister of Tonga. Sovaleni is from Ngeleia on Tongatapu. He was educated at the Unive ...

                                               

Abba Kyari (Police)

Abba Kyari is Nigerian Inspector General of Polices Intelligence Response Team and deputy commissioner of police. He is a member of International Association of Chiefs of Police. Prior to his appointment as IGP-IRT, he has served at Lagos State P ...

                                               

National Union of Journalists of the Philippines

The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines is a Filipino non-governmental trade association that represents the interests of Filipino journalists. Among its leadership are representatives from ABS-CBN, DZMM, the Philippine Daily Inquire ...

                                               

Abubakar Gimba

Abubakar Gimba, MA, OFR was an author, administrator and economist who was a former vice president of the Association of Nigerian Authors and was elected president of the association from 1997 to 2001, he is first person from North Nigeria to hol ...

                                               

Ricardo Mackenzie

Ricardo Denver Mackenzie is a South African politician and current Member of the Western Cape Provincial Parliament for the Democratic Alliance. He became an MPP in May 2014 and was re-elected to a second term in May 2019. Mackenzie was previousl ...

                                               

Yoo Jung-ju

Yoo Jung-ju is a South Korean animator currently serving as a Democratic member of National Assembly. Yoo runs the animator company Gotagi Korean: 꽃다지 and previously led the Korea Animation Industry Association. In the 2020 general election, s ...

                                               

Song Ok-joo

Song Ok-joo is a South Korean politician and two-term parliamentarian currently representing Hwaseong at the National Assembly. From 1996 to 2016 Song had worked for her party and its preceding parties in areas of policy coordination, public rela ...

                                               

Antonio Rodriguez de las Heras

Antonio Rodriguez de las Heras Perez was a Spanish historian, a professor at the Charles III University of Madrid, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, Communication and Documentation and Director of the Institute of Culture and Technology of the C ...

                                               

Sarah K. England

Sarah K. England is a physiologist and biophysicist and the Alan A. and Edith L. Wolff Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. England conducts research on cation channels in uterine smooth muscle ...

                                               

Oleksandr V. Danylyuk

Oleksandr V. Danylyuk is Ukrainian public figure, lawyer, human rights activist. Coordinator of the public movement "Spilna Sprava". Chief Advisor to the Minister of Defense of Ukraine Valery Geletey on a voluntary basis from July 15 to November ...

                                               

Donald Wilkinson

Donald John Wilkinson is a Scottish former first-class cricketer and educator. Wilkinson was born at Irvine in February 1955. He later studied at Keble College at the University of Oxford. While studying at Oxford, he played first-class cricket f ...

                                               

John Kilbee

John Richard Kilbee is an English former first-class cricketer. The son of Lieutenant Laurence Kilbee, he was born at Victoria in British Hong Kong during his fathers military service there. He was educated in England at The Kings School, Canterb ...

                                               

John Mocatta

John Edward Abraham Mocatta is an English former first-class cricketer. Mocatta was born at St Johns Wood in May 1936. He was educated at Clifton College, before going up to New College, Oxford. While studying at Oxford, he made four appearances ...

                                               

Ian Robertson (British Army officer)

Educated at Winchester College and Trinity College, Oxford, Robertson was commissioned into the Seaforth Highlanders on 13 July 1934. He served, on a temporary basis, as commanding officer of the 2nd Battalion, the Seaforth Highlanders during the ...

                                               

Ross Mason

Ross Mason is the founder of the High Impact Network of Responsible Innovation, an accelerator for non-profits based in Atlanta, Georgia. He was formerly the Chairman of the Georgia Department of Community Health Board.

                                               

PPH

PPH may refer to Postpartum hemorrhage Patent Prosecution Highway, a set of cooperation agreements between some patent offices Pound per hour symbol pph, mass flow unit used in aviation to measure fuel flow, for instance Palomar Pomerado Health, ...

                                               

University at Buffalo College of Arts and Sciences

The University at Buffalo College of Arts and Sciences at the University at Buffalo was founded in 1915 and is the largest and most comprehensive academic unit at the university with 29 degree-granting departments, 16 academic programs, and 21 ce ...

                                               

Patricia Grambsch

Patricia Louise Meller Grambsch is an American biostatistician known for her work on survival models including proportional hazards models. She is an associate professor emerita of biostatistics at the University of Minnesota.

                                               

U of T

U of T may refer to: Albania University of Tirana Canada University of Toronto Estonia University of Tartu Iran University of Tehran Japan University of Tokyo Netherlands University of Twente, alternatively known as Universiteit Twente Puerto Ric ...

                                               

Craig Winston Lecroy

LeCroy holds a B.S.W. awarded in 1978 from San Jose State University. Later in 1980 he has completed his M.S.W. from Western Michigan University. In 1983, he completed his Ph.D. from University of Wisconsin-Madison in Social Welfare with a minor ...

                                               

Tyson Runningwolf

Earlier in his life, Runningwolf worked as an outdoor guide. He earned a Bachelors degree in Forest Research Management from the University of Montana in 2001. Runningwolf is a member of the Blackfeet Nation.

                                               

1915 Fordham Maroon football team

The 1915 Fordham Maroon football team was an American football team that represented Fordham University as an independent during the 1915 college football season. Fordham claims a 19–6 record. College Football Data Warehouse lists the teams recor ...

                                               

Allen Snyder

Allen, Allan, or Alan Snyder may refer to: Allen Snyder coach, football, basketball, and baseball coach at Bowling Green State University Allan "Whitey" Snyder 1914–1994, American Hollywood make-up artist Allen Snyder lawyer born 1946, American l ...

                                               

Ryan T. Anderson

Ryan T. Anderson is an American political philosopher who is best known for his opposition to LGBT rights. He is currently the William E. Simon Senior Research Fellow at The Heritage Foundation. He is also the founder and editor-in-chief of Publi ...

                                               

Sound Reporting: The NPR Guide to Audio Journalism and Production

Sound Reporting: The NPR Guide to Audio Journalism and Production is a 2008 book by Jonathan Kern published by the University of Chicago. It concerns National Public Radio.

                                               

Gadabuursi script

The Gadabuursi script also known as the Borama alphabet, is a writing script for the Somali language. It was devised around 1933 by Sheikh Abdurahman Sh. Nur of the Gadabuursi clan.

                                               

Norfolk Mission College

The Norfolk Mission College was a privately funded public school for African American students in the Norfolk, Virginia area. The school was established by the United Presbyterians and the first class started in 1883. NMC taught thousands of stud ...

                                               

William Bromley

William Bromley may refer to: William Throckmorton Bromley c.1726–1769, MP for Warwickshire son of the above William Bromley speaker 1663–1732, Speaker of the British House of Commons William Bromley of Holt Castle 1656–1707, Whig MP for Worceste ...

                                               

Grant Kraemer

Grant Kraemer is an American professional Canadian football quarterback who is currently a member of the BC Lions of the Canadian Football League.

                                               

Heba Raouf Ezzat

Dr. Heba Raouf Ezzat is an Egyptian academic, thinker, writer and activist. She was a visiting lecturer at the American University in Cairo, and Assistant Professor of Political Science at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science of Cairo U ...

                                               

Yitshak Kreiss

Yitshak Kreiss is an Israeli physician and Director General of Sheba Medical Center in Tel Hashomer. Kreiss served in the Israel Defense Forces in various capacities for 25 years, achieving the rank of Brigadier General. In 2011, he was appointed ...

                                               

Frederick Rogers

Frederick Rogers may refer to: Fred Rogers 1928–2003, American educator, clergyman, songwriter, author, and television host Frederic Rogers, 1st Baron Blachford 1811–1889, British civil servant Fred Rogers American football fl. 1890s, American co ...

                                               

Fester Abdu

Ali Abdulselam Yılmaz, better known as Fester Abdu, is a Turkish YouTuber and the owner of Deli Mi Ne? YouTube channel. Yılmazs channel is the 9th most-subscribed Turkish YouTube channel as of June 2020.

                                               

Fatouma Bintou Djibo

Fatouma Bintou Djibo, also Fatoumata, is a Burkinabe Resident Coordinator of the United Nations in Niger. She is the Resident Representative of the UNDP. She is appointed by the Secretary-General of the United Nations.

                                               

Guram Odisharia

Guram Odisharia is a Georgian poet and writer, who previously served as the Minister of Culture and monument Protection in Georgia from 25 October 2012 to 21 July 2014.

                                               

Marshallese cuisine

Marshallese cuisine comprises the fare, foods, beverages and foodways of the Marshall Islands, including its food-related customs and traditions. Common indigenous and traditional foods include breadfruit, coconut, bananas, papaya, seafood, panda ...

                                               

Jo Budler

Jo Budler is a librarian from Kansas who served as the State Librarian of Kansas from 2010 to 2017, the sixteenth state librarian. Budler was an effective advocate for digital content in the state of Kansas, helping consolidate purchasing of digi ...

                                               

Vivian OBrien

Vivian Vob OBrien was an American applied mathematician and physicist whose research included fluid dynamics and visual perception. She worked for many years as a researcher at Johns Hopkins University, and is the namesake of the Craik–OBrien–Cor ...

                                               

1957–58 Kansas State Wildcats mens basketball team

The 1957–58 Kansas State Wildcats mens basketball team represented Kansas State University as a member of the Big 7 Conference during the 1957–58 NCAA University Division mens basketball season. The head coach was Tex Winter, innovator of the Tri ...

                                               

Manoviraj Khosla

Manoviraj Khosla is an Indian fashion designer based in Bengaluru who retails under his eponymous label. He also works as a costume designer, whose work has featured in Indian films like Lessons in Forgetting.

                                               

Susan Celniker

Susan E. Celniker is an American biologist, a staff scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and an adjunct professor Comparative Biochemistry department at UC Berkeley. She is the co-director of the Berkeley Drosophila Genome Project. ...

                                               

Gary Bric

The restaurant "Gary Bicks Ramp" has been described by the Los Angeles Eater as having been "Lifted Right From the 70s" and as having "a chummy community feel." Bric tended the bar there several nights a week. Some local business owners complaine ...

                                               

LCMC Health System

Louisiana Childrens Medical Center Health is a nonprofit network of healthcare providers in Southern Louisiana, based out of New Orleans. Members include academic centers, acute care facilities, and research hospitals. LCMCs goal is to provide th ...

                                               

Thurgood Marshall (disambiguation)

Thurgood Marshall was the first African American to serve on the Supreme Court of the United States. People and institutions etc. named after Thurgood Marshall are: Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building, a building housing offices of sever ...

                                               

Lindsay Peoples Wagner

Peoples Wagner is originally from Brown Deer, Wisconsin. After attending Buena Vista University in Iowa, she started an internship at Teen Vogue. She later held an assistant position within the company. She left Teen Vogue to work for The Cut, a ...

                                               

Mona Al-Zayani

Mona Rashid Al-Zayani is a Bahraini educator and politician. In 2000 she was appointed to the Consultative Council, becoming one of its first female members.

                                               

Chet Noe

Chester Noe is an American former basketball player. He was an all-city center while he played at Washington Preparatory High School in his hometown of Los Angeles, California. Noe played college basketball for the Oregon Ducks from 1950 to 1953 ...

                                               

John Dunning (volleyball)

John Dunning is an American volleyball coach who was the head womens coach at Stanford University and the University of the Pacific. In 32 seasons of collegiate coaching, he guided his teams to five NCAA championships – second most of any Divisio ...

                                               

Steve Hofbauer

Since 1980, Hofbauer started his paramedic career with Los Angeles Fire Department. Hofbauer is a former senior Fire Inspector, licensed EMT and paramedic. In 1990, Hofbauer became a Palmdale Planning Commissioner. In 2003, Hofbauer became a memb ...

                                               

Alex T. Johnson

Alex Thomas Johnson is an African American diplomat and the first Black Chief of Staff of the U.S. Helsinki Commission since its establishment in 1976. He leads the team of its current chair U.S. Representative Alcee Hastings.