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Stormont-Dundas and Glengarry (provincial electoral district)

Stormont-Dundas and Glengarry was an electoral riding in Ontario, Canada. It was created in 1975 by redistributing thr riding of Glengarry and parts of the ridings of Stormont and Grenville-Dundas. In 1995, the riding was expanded to include part ...

                                               

List of films shown at Crazy8s

8 Parts directed by Ryan Bonder The Rememberer directed by Coreen Mayrs and produced by Christopher Gora untitled directed by Harry Killas and produced by Paul Scherzer

                                               

Matte

Matte filmmaking, filmmaking and video production technology Matte painting, a process of creating sets used in film and video Open matte, a filming technique that involves matting out the top and bottom of the film frame in the movie projector M ...

                                               

Swallows nest

Swallows nest may refer to: Swallows Nest Blanding, Utah, a sandstone building in Blanding, Utah, USA Swallows Nest, an architectural monument in Crimea Swallows nest organ, a wall-mounted pipe organ The nest of the swiftlet Rondine al nido "Swal ...

                                               

Fist (disambiguation)

A fist is a hand with fingers curled into the palm and thumb retracted, displaying the knuckles. Fist or FIST may also refer to: Fist typography, the symbol ☞

                                               

Harbhajan Singh (military officer)

Major Harbhajan Singh, MVC was an officer in the Indian Army notable for his participation in the Nathu La and Cho La clashes 1967. He displayed exemplary courage and leadership during the clashes, for which he was awarded the Maha Vir Chakra, In ...

                                               

CanSino Biologics

CanSino Biologics was founded in 2009 in Tianjin, China by Yu Xuefeng, Zhu Tao, Qiu Dongxu and Helen Mao Huihua. In July 2018, it filed an application to list on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. It debuted on 28 March 2019 with an increase of 59%, t ...

                                               

Project 2049 Institute

The Project 2049 Institute is a think tank in Arlington, Virginia focusing on United States foreign policy in the Asia-Pacific region, particularly as it relates to China and Taiwan. The Institute was founded in 2008 by Randall Schriver and forme ...

                                               

Dongshan District

Dongshan District, Urumqi, former divisions of Urumqi, Xinjiang; now a part of Midong District Dongshan District, Hegang, Heilongjiang Dongshan District, Jieyang, former divisions of Jieyang, Guangdong Dongshan District, Guangzhou, former divisio ...

                                               

東區

Higashi-ku, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Prefecture Higashi-ku, Sakai, Osaka Prefecture Higashi-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture Higashi-ku, Osaka merged with Minami-ku into Chūō-ku, Osaka Higashi-ku, Okayama, Okayama Prefecture Higashi-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido Pre ...

                                               

Xikou (disambiguation)

Xikou, Xiushui County, in Xiushui County, Jiangxi Province Xikou, Cili County, in Cili County, Hunan Province Xikou, in Fenghua District, Ningbo, Zhejiang Province Xikou, Huaying, in Huaying City, Sichuan Province Xikou, Jianning County, in Jiann ...

                                               

Minghua

Minghua Subdistrict 明桦街道, in Huadian, Jilin Minghai Township, in the eponymous district in Sunan Yugur Autonomous County Minghua District, in Sunan Yugur Autonomous County Minghua Village, in Dalin, Chiayi Minghua, Nangong 明化镇, a town in N ...

                                               

Northern District

North District, Tainan, Tainan North District, Taichung, Taiwan Northern Districts gu in Korea, see Buk-gu disambiguation North District, Hong Kong North District, Hsinchu City, Taiwan Northern Districts ku in Japan, see Kita-ku disambiguation

                                               

Xiangshan

Xiangshan County, Guangdong, former county Xiangshan, Chongren County 相山镇, town in Jiangxi Zhongshan, city in Guangdong whose former name was Xiangshan Xiangshan Park 香山公园, in Beijing Xiangshan District, Guilin 象山区, in Guilin, Guangxi L ...

                                               

Hengshan

Hengshan Puakua Plateau 橫山, located in Hsinchu County, Taiwan Mount Heng Shanxi 恒山 Mount Heng Hebei 恒山, also known as 大茂山 Mount Heng Hunan 衡山

                                               

Shangshan

Shangshan Town 商山镇, Xiuning County, Huangshan City, Anhui Province, China; see List of township-level divisions of Anhui Shangshan Village, Dacheng Township, Changhua County, Taiwan; see Dacheng, Changhua Shangshan Village, Yuduan Township, Xi ...

                                               

Xinyi

Xinyi, Jiangsu 新沂市, a county-level city in Xuzhou, Jiangsu Xinyi railway station 新沂站 Xinyi, Shandong 新驿镇, town in and subdivision of Yanzhou District, Jining, Shandong Xinyi, Lishi District 信义镇, town in and subdivision of Lishi Distri ...

                                               

Komarno

Komarno may refer to: Komarom, a city in Hungary Komarno, Lviv Oblast, a city in Ukraine Komarno Hasidic dynasty Komarno Kromeeiz District, a village in the Czech Republic Komarno, Lublin Voivodeship, a village in east Poland Komarom county, Hung ...

                                               

John of Jerusalem

John of Brienne c. 1170–1237, King of Jerusalem John I John II of Jerusalem 1259 or c. 1267–1285, King of Cyprus John I and Jerusalem John II

                                               

Dog Soldiers (disambiguation)

Dog Soldiers is a Cheyenne Indian military society, whose members were also referred to as "Dog Men". Dog Soldier, Dog Soldiers, or Dog Men may also refer to:

                                               

Palk v Mortgage Services Funding plc

Palk v Mortgage Services Funding plc Ch 330 was a judicial decision of Court of Appeal of England and Wales relating to the enforcement of mortgages. The case concerned seeking an order for sale of the property through the courts, but it was slig ...

                                               

Varus

Varus may refer to: Cubitus varus, affecting the elbow Hallux varus, affecting the big toe Coxa vara, affecting the hip Club foot talipes equinovarus, affecting the heel Varus deformity, a medical term for the inward angulation of the distal segm ...

                                               

Gaius Minicius Italus

Gaius Minicius Italus was a Roman eques who flourished during the reign of the emperors Vespasian, Domitian, and Trajan. He was appointed to a series of imperial offices, both military and civil, culminating with praefectus or governor of Roman E ...

                                               

Mount Tabor (disambiguation)

Le Tabor, a mountain in the Isere department of France Mount Tabor British Columbia, a mountain near Prince George, British Columbia Mount Tabor Oregon, an extinct volcano and park in Portland, Oregon

                                               

TNW

TNW may refer to: Mayor Galo de la Torre Airport IATA airport code: TNW defunct airport in Tena, Napo Province, Ecuador Tarifverbund Nordwestschweiz, Swiss public transit tariff network Jumandy Airport IATA airport code: TNW in Tena, Napo Provinc ...

                                               

Tyrant (disambiguation)

A tyrant is a despotic ruler or person. Tyrant may also refer to: Tyrant TV series, a 2014 American television series Tyrant Ultra monster, a Kaiju fictional monster Tyrant Resident Evil, a monster from Resident Evil series Tyrant Spiderbaby Graf ...

                                               

2A

2A or II-A may refer to: Stalag II-A the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution that protects right to keep and bear arms the transcription factor II A the Deutsche Bahn IATA designator Alberta Highway 2A Alpha-2A adrenergic receptor ...

                                               

Nothing to Hide

Nothing to Hide: A Dancers Life, the autobiography of Robert La Fosse Nothing to Hide: The False Tradeoff Between Privacy and Security, a book by Daniel J. Solove

                                               

PVT

Production validation test Private limited company Pvt Ltd), in Commonwealth countries such as Australia and India Price and Volume Trend, technical analysis indicator

                                               

NextDNS

NextDNS Inc. is a DNS resolver based in California, USA that allows users to filter traffic using blacklists. It was founded by two French-Americans: Olivier Poitrey, the Director of Engineering at Netflix and Co-Founder of Dailymotion, and Romai ...

                                               

Syracuse

North Syracuse, New York Syracuse, New York East Syracuse, New York Syracuse, Indiana Syracuse, Missouri Syracuse, Ohio Syracuse, Kansas Syracuse, Nebraska Syracuse, Utah

                                               

Parachute Band (military band)

The Parachute Band is a Toulouse-based military band of the French Army. It is stationed in the Balma District of Toulouse. Composed of 55 musicians, in consists of all professional musicians under a chief music director. Its field of action repr ...

                                               

CMM

Capability Maturity Model, a tool for assessing processes in organizations during software development Coordinate-measuring machine, a device for dimensional measuring Conditional Markov model or maximum-entropy Markov model Color management modu ...

                                               

Lacroix

La Croix-en-Touraine, in the Indre-et-Loire department Lacroix-Falgarde, a municipality in the Haute-Garonne department Parc de Lacroix-Laval, a park in the Metropolis of Lyon La Croix-Hellean, in the Morbihan department Lacroix-sur-Meuse, a muni ...

                                               

Fernmeldetruppe (Bundeswehr)

The Fermmeldtruppe is the Military communications arm of service in the German Army and in the Joint Support Service of the Bundeswehr. The Telecommunications Troops is one of the Combat Support arms. The Army Telecommunications Force is responsi ...

                                               

Empire (miniatures game)

In 1975, Scott Bowden and Ken Ray wrote Empire, a 58-page softcover book of rules concerning miniatures wargames that was published by Arlington Reproduction. Unlike other wargames of its era, Empire did not focus on one battle or even a series o ...

                                               

Atta Boafo Daniel Kingsley

Atta Boafo Daniel Kingsley is a Ghanaian politician and member of the Seventh Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing Fomena constituency in the Ashanti Region of Ghana under the flag of New Patriotic Party.

                                               

Bermondsey Town Hall

The building was commissioned to extend a 19th-century vestry hall on the site which had been designed by George Elkington in the Italianate style. It had become the headquarters of the Metropolitan Borough of Bermondsey in 1900. The vestry hall ...

                                               

Oia

Oia, alternate name of Oea Thera, a town of ancient Thera Santorini Oia, alternate name of Oea Attica, a town of ancient Attica Oia, Spain, a municipality in Galicia, in the province of Pontevedra Oia, Greece, a small town on the island of Santorini

                                               

Kartik Purnima (TV series)

Kartik Purnima is an Indian Hindi-language social drama television series, which premiered on 3 February 2020 on Star Bharat. It stars Poulomi Das who plays the role of a girl who has a dusky complexion who has to fight the social norm of not bei ...

                                               

EHS

Edison High School disambiguation Eastern High School disambiguation Engadine High School, Sydney, Australia Escondido High School, Escondido, California, United States Esquimalt High School, Esquimalt, British Columbia, Canada East High School d ...

                                               

CIMS

CIMS is an acronym. It may refer to: Content Management Interoperability Services, a standards proposal for sharing information among disparate content repositories CIMS-FM, the French-language Canadian radio station Coordinated Incident Manageme ...

                                               

V. Balram

V. Balram was an Indian lawyer and politician from Kerala belonging to Indian National Congress who was the general secretary of the Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee. He was elected as a member of the Kerala Legislative Assembly from Wadakkanche ...

                                               

Tikshan Sud

Tikshan Sud is an Indian Politician and Social Worker elected three consecutive terms from Punjab, India, as a Bharatiya Janata Party candidate, to the Punjab Vidhan Sabha.

                                               

Awanish Kumar Awasthi

Awanish Kumar Awasthi, is an Indian civil servant and Indian Administrative Services officer of Uttar Pradesh cadre, from the 1987 batch. Currently he is serving as Additional Chief Secretary to Government of Uttar Pradesh.

                                               

Extremism of the Centre

Extremism of the centre is a term in sociology introduced by Seymour Martin Lipset. In his book Political Man he wrote that left-wing extremism has its basis in the lower classes and the working class, while right-wing extremism is anchored in th ...

                                               

Eva G. T. Green

Eva G. T. Green is a political scientist and political psychologist. She studies variation in political attitudes and values across countries. Green uses experimental social psychology to measure the attitudes that people across many countries an ...

                                               

Indian Journal

Indian Journal may refer to Indian Journal of Palliative Care Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine Indian Journal of Human Genetics Indian Journal of Law and Technology Indian Journal o ...

                                               

Rashmi Anand

Rashmi Anand is an Indian activist and writer concerned about domestic violence. The President of India awarded her the Nari Shakti Puraskar. This is the highest award for women in India. She founded the "Woman of the Elements Trust" which suppli ...

                                               

Rajiv Gandhi (disambiguation)

Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, Kottayam, an engineering college in Kerala Rajiv Gandhi Medical College, Thane, Maharashtra Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology, a research institute in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala Rajiv Gandhi Institute of ...