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Chilla Well, Northern Territory

Chilla Well is a locality in the Northern Territory of Australia located about 995 kilometres south of the territory capital of Darwin and about 300 kilometres north-west of the municipal seat in Alice Springs. The locality consists of the follow ...

                                               

Ōmiya

Ōmiya, or Ōmiya of the Third Street 三条の大宮, Sanjō no Ōmiya is a female character in The Tale of Genji, an 11th-century novel Ōmiya surname, a Japanese surname

                                               

Bascharage (disambiguation)

Bascharage is a town and a former commune in south-western Luxembourg. It may also refer to: Bascharage-Sanem railway station, railway station serving the towns of Bascharage and Sanem, in the south-west of Luxembourg Bascharage commune, a former ...

                                               

Plainview, Mandaluyong

Plainview is a barangay in Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, Philippines. The site used to be a plain where rice and corn was cultivated. It was originally developed as a private subdivision by the Ortigas, Madrigal and Company. The residential developm ...

                                               

Baniyas (disambiguation)

In Syria Melkite Greek Catholic Archeparchy of Baniyas, a diocese in Lebanon Banias, the site of the ancient city of Caesarea Philippi, now in the Golan Heights Israeli-occupied the Diocese of Balanea, a former Ancient & crusader bishopric with s ...

                                               

EAD

EAD may refer to: Environment Agency Abu Dhabi, a government agency Encoded Archival Description, an archival data standard Elite athletes with a disability, a term to describe athletes taking part in disabled sports Nintendo Entertainment Analys ...

                                               

Lucia Braga

Ana Lucia Navarro Braga, better known as simply Lucia Braga, was a Brazilian politician, social worker and lawyer from the state of Paraiba.

                                               

Edward W. Staebler

Edward W. Staebler was born in Lodi Township, Michigan to parents Michael and Katherine Rosina Staebler on December 26, 1872. Staebler was of German ancestry.

                                               

Jitendra Tiwari

Jitendra Tiwari is an Indian politician of the Trinamool Congress. He is the current Mayor of Asansol and Member of the Legislative Assembly from West Bengal Legislative Assembly representing the Pandaveswar constituency.

                                               

Robert Hammond (disambiguation)

Robert Hammond writer, American author, film producer and occasional actor Robert Hammond author 1920–2009, American film critic and professor of French

                                               

Jan Jonkers (politician)

Jan Jonkers OON was a Dutch major and politician of the Dutch Labour Party PvdA. Jonkers was born in Havelte. He worked in the health insurance fund Ziekenfonds in Meppel. He was in Meppel also an alderman. He was appointed mayor of Zweeloo in Oc ...

                                               

Gerard Scholten

Gerard Marie Scholten was a Dutch politician of the KVP and later the CDA. He was mayor of Heusden and Schijndel.

                                               

Bambang

Bambang, Nueva Vizcaya Bambang barangay in Calaca, Batangas Bambang Barangay in Taguig City Bambang, a district in the Mamasa Regency, West Sulawesi, Indonesia Bambang Barangay in Pasig City

                                               

Mandisa Mashego

Mandisa Sibongile Mashego is a South African politician and feminist. A member of the Economic Freedom Fighters, she served as the partys provincial chairperson in Gauteng from 2018 to 2020. She was also a Member of the Gauteng Provincial Legisla ...

                                               

Andrew Arnolds

Andrew Arnolds is a South African politician who serves as a Delegate of the National Council of Provinces as part of the Western Cape delegation. Arnolds is a member of the Economic Freedom Fighters EFF, a party he joined before the 2016 local e ...

                                               

Shaun August

Shaun Nigel August is a South African politican and former prison warder who has been serving as a Member of the National Assembly of South Africa since May 2019. He is a member of Good and the partys inaugural national organiser since December 2 ...

                                               

Maire

Maire, Netherlands, a former municipality Chateau Saint-Maire, a castle in Lausanne, Switzerland Louge-sur-Maire, a commune in the Orne department in north-western France Maire de Castroponce, a municipality located in the province of Zamora, Cas ...

                                               

2021 Peterborough City Council election

Elections to Peterborough City Council will take place on 7 May 2021. 22 of the 60 seats will be contested. The election will be held alongside the elections for the Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner and Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Pet ...

                                               

Brian Jenkins

Brian Jenkins may refer to: Brian Jenkins American football born 1971, college football coach at Bethune-Cookman University Brian Michael Jenkins born 1942, U.S. terrorism expert Brian Jenkins swimmer born 1943, British Olympic swimmer Brian Jenk ...

                                               

Cheshire (disambiguation)

Cheshire, Massachusetts Cheshire, Ohio, a village in Gallia County Cheshire County, New Hampshire Cheshire, Connecticut Cheshire, Oregon Cheshire, Delaware County, Ohio, an unincorporated community Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio Cheshire ...

                                               

Funkhouser

Kyle Funkhouser 1994-, American baseball player Howard Gray Funkhouser, 1898-1984 American mathematician Erica Funkhouser, American poet Mark Funkhouser 1949-, mayor of Kansas City, Missouri Barbara Funkhouser 1930–2014, an American journalist, n ...

                                               

Daniel R. Barrone

Barrone has worked for over 26 years at Olguins Sawmill, a full-service mill located in El Prado, New Mexico. In 2006, he was elected to serve as a member of the Taos County Commission. In March 2018, Barrone was elected to serve as Mayor of Taos ...

                                               

List of mayors of Rensselaer, New York

A total of 34 individuals have served as mayor since the citys incorporation in 1897, some serving numerous terms. Michael Stammel is the current mayor; he was first elected in 2019 and began service on January, 1, 2020. On April 23, 1897, Govern ...

                                               

Jonathan Kimetet arap Ngeno

Prof. Jonathan K. Arap Ngeno was a Kenyan Politician and a Member of Parliament for Bureti Constituency in Kericho County. He served in different parliament sittings for three terms; two consecutive and one different term.

                                               

Kuromatsunai Shindō

The Kuromatsunai Shindō is a 5.1-kilometer-long spur route of the Dō-Ō Expressway in Kuromatsunai, Hokkaido. It is owned and operated by Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and is numbered E5A under their "2016 Proposal for Re ...

                                               

Mograpara

Mograpara was known as Rathkhola, which means chariot yard in native language, during the rule of last Hindu king of Sonargaon. Mograpara contains remnants of historic mosques and tombs which shows it was a thriving Muslim settlement. It contains ...

                                               

SSTC

SSTC may refer to: State Science and Technology Commission, a ministry of the Peoples Republic of China Sylhet Science And Technology College, Sylhet, Bangladesh Starship Troopers Chronicles Security Services Technical Committee; see Security Ass ...

                                               

Alberto Rey

Alberto Rey is an American painter, illustrator, filmmaker, educator, writer, and Orvis-endorsed fly-fishing guide. His work has been featured in over 200 exhibitions and screenings and has been included in the permanent collections of twenty mus ...

                                               

Reliance Hazira Manufacturing Division(HMD)

Hazira Manufacturing Division is the manufactory of Reliance Industries Limited located at Hazira, Gujarat, India near the surat city. It was commissioned in 1991–92. It is a multi-product, fully integrated complex, manufacturing a wide range of ...

                                               

A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Centre

Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Centre is a non-profit organization located primarily in India with branches spread across the country. It was formed in the memory of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam in 2015. The organization is founded by Srijan Pal Singh, an auth ...

                                               

ISA Lille

ISA Lille, formerly the Institut Superieur dAgriculture de Lille, is one of 205 French schools accredited on September 1, 2018 to deliver a Diplome dIngenieur engineering degree. It is a grande ecole ", in the French system of Higher Education. I ...

                                               

Chris Duffey

Chris Duffey is an American author, AI & mobile technologist and Adobes creative director, known for development of the creative enterprise space at Adobe, and for writing Superhuman Innovation: Transforming Business with Artificial Intelligence, ...

                                               

Uda

Ulster Defence Association, a loyalist paramilitary organisation in Northern Ireland United Democratic Alliance Zambia, a Zambian political party UD Almeria, a Spanish football club United Democratic Alliance, a Liberian political party Universit ...

                                               

John Douglas Fairley, Lord Fairley

He was educated at Hutchesons Grammar School and University of Glasgow School of Law and became an advocate in 1999. He was appointed Queens Counsel in 2012, nominated by then-First Minister Alex Salmond. In 2018, he made the news in representing ...

                                               

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation may refer to: Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation South Sudan Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Equatorial Guinea Ministry of Foreign Affairs ...

                                               

SETC

SETC may refer to: "set byte to 1 on carry" SETC, one of the SETcc instructions in the x86 instruction set Set C ; see Cartesian closed category Surface-Engineered Tape Casting, a method of fabricating carbon nanotubes State Express Transport Cor ...

                                               

Hans Duby

Hans Duby was a Swiss trade unionist and politician. Born in Schupfen, Duby was the son of Emil, who later became the leader of the Swiss Railwaymens Association. Duby studied music in Bern at the Conservatoire, but then in 1925 undertook an appr ...

                                               

Samira Marti

Samira Marti is a politician of the Social Democratic Party of Switzerland. She became a National Councillor in December 2018.

                                               

Barbara Wolfgang-Krenn

Barbara Wolfgang-Krenn, also known as Barbara Krenn, was an Austrian entrepreneur and politician of the Austrian Peoples Party. On 9 November 2017, she was sworn in as a member of the Austrian National Council.

                                               

Peter H. Feist

Feist was born in 1928 in Warnsdorf in northern Bohemia, where he grew up. His father Georg H. Feist was a surgeon and in 1926 he moved with his wife from Prague to Warnsdorf, where he took over the management of the municipal hospital. His mothe ...

                                               

Antonio Fosson

Antonio Fosson is an Italian politician. Antonio was elected president of Aosta Valley from 10 December 2018 to 16 December 2019. Antonio is a member of the Pour Notre Vallee Party.

                                               

Petersfield (disambiguation)

Petersfield may refer to: in England Petersfield, Hampshire, a market town in England The Petersfield School, a comprehensive school in Petersfield, Hampshire Petersfield railway station, a railway station in Petersfield, Hampshire Petersfield To ...

                                               

Parliamentarian

Parliamentarian is a member of a parliament, especially one who is respected for his or her experience and skill. It may refer to a member or supporter of a Parliament, as in: Roundhead, supporter of the parliamentary cause in the English Civil W ...

                                               

9th General Junta of the Principality of Asturias

The 9th General Junta was the meeting of the General Junta, the parliament of the Principality of Asturias, with the membership determined by the results of the regional snap election held on 25 March 2012. The congress met for the first time on ...

                                               

Parashurama (disambiguation)

Parashurama can mean: Parsuram Majhi, a member of the Indian Parliament. Parashuram film, a Kannada language film Parshuram Upazila, an administrative area in Bangladesh alternatively spelled Parashuram or Porshuram Parshuram, Dadeldhura, a munic ...

                                               

Jo Chun-ryong

Cho Chun-ryong is a North Korean politician. Since 2019 he is a candidate member of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Workers Party of Korea. He is former member of the National Defense Commission.

                                               

Occidental Mindoros at-large congressional district

Occidental Mindoros at-large congressional district is the sole congressional district of the Philippines in the province of Occidental Mindoro. Also known as Occidental Mindoros lone district, it has been represented in the House of Representati ...

                                               

Aklans 2nd congressional district

Aklans 2nd congressional district is one of the two congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of Aklan. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 2019. The district consists of the municipal ...

                                               

Cavites 8th congressional district

Cavites 8th congressional district is one of the eight congressional districts of the Philippines in Cavite. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 2019. Previously included in Cavites 7th congressional d ...

                                               

Quezon Citys 4th congressional district

Quezon Citys 4th congressional district is one of the six congressional districts of the Philippines in Quezon City. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 1987. The district consists of the south central ...