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Stolper

Stolper may refer to Edward Stolper - an American geologist Aleksandr Stolper 1907-1979 - a Russian/Soviet film director Daniel J. Stolper - an American musician oboist Wolfgang Friedrich Stolper - an American economist, son of Gustav Stolper Ton ...

                                               

Berkeley Group

Berkeley Group may refer to: Berkeley Group in Brazil, a group of economists carrying out research at IPEA in the 1960s under the leadership of Professors Howard S. Ellis and Albert Fishlow of the University of California. Their work is summarize ...

                                               

Franklin Roosevelt (disambiguation)

Franklin Roosevelt was the 32nd President of the United States. Franklin Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt or Franklin Delano Roosevelt may also refer to:

                                               

George Mathews

George Mathews may refer to: George A. Mathews 1852–1941, Delegate from Dakota Territory to the United States House of Representatives George Mathews actor 1911–1984, American actor George Mathews judge 1774–1836, Chief Justice of the Louisiana S ...

                                               

Bobb

Euric Bobb born 1943, economist and former 400 m runner from Trinidad and Tobago Randy Bobb 1948–1982, American Major League Baseball player Nelson Bobb 1924–2003, American basketball player Louisa Bobb born 1969, stage name Gabrielle singer, Bri ...

                                               

Anita Potocskane Korosi

Anita Potocskane Korosi, is a Hungarian politician, economist, tax advisor,and chartered accountant, who has since 2018 been a member of Hungarian National Assembly and vice-president of Jobbik.

                                               

Shackle (disambiguation)

A shackle is a device used as a connecting link in rigging systems. Shackle or Shackles may also refer to: A nautical unit used for measuring the lengths of the cables and chains especially anchor chains, equal to 15 fathoms, 90 feet or 27.432 me ...

                                               

Tolu A Akinyemi

Tolu’ A. Akinyemi is a Nigerian Author, writer and Poet, Who hails from Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria, and lives in the United Kingdom. He became notable for his book Dead Lions Dont Roar in 2017

                                               

Abeille

Abeille Flandre, a high sea tug of the French navy ST Abeille No 22, a tug, originally the Empire Alfred Abeille Liberte, a salvage tug ST Abeille No 23, a tug, originally the Empire Sprite Abeille Provence, a salvage tug, later the Ryan Leet Abe ...

                                               

Law of Equality 2007 (Spain)

On March 24, 2007 the Spanish parliament passed the Law of Equality Act, or Gender Equality Act. The government of Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero proposed the bill in an effort to improve gender balance in elected political office an ...

                                               

Office of Planning and Budget

The Office of Planning and Budget is a dependency of the Presidency of Uruguay that is responsible for advising the Executive Power in the formulation of national and departmental plans, programs and policies as well as in the definition of the G ...

                                               

Fran Brown (paratriathlete)

Fran Brown is a British athlete. She is a two-time former paraclimbing world champion. She is the 2019 PTS2 world and European champion in paratriathlon.

                                               

Patrick Johnson

Patrick Johnson may refer to: Togger Johnson Patrick Johnson, a character in the childrens TV series Grange Hill Patrick Johnson sprinter born 1972, Australian sprinter Patrick Johnson actor born 1993, American actor Patrick Read Johnson born 195 ...

                                               

Book of Days

Gorillas Among Us: A Primate Ethnographers Book of Days by Dawn Prince-Hughes Chambers Book of Days, by Robert Chambers Book of Days by China Bayles Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus Book of Days by John Gray The diary of Stanislaus Joyce t ...

                                               

David Gardner

David Gardner may refer to: David M. Gardner born 1981, Nevada State Assemblyman Brother Dave Gardner 1926–1983, American comedian and singer Dave Gardner footballer fl. 1897, Scottish footballer Dave Gardner ice hockey born 1952, retired Canadia ...

                                               

Gareth Edwards (disambiguation)

Gareth Edwards is a former Welsh rugby union footballer who played scrum-half. Gareth Edwards may also refer to: Gareth Edwards Berkshire cricketer born 1973, English cricketer who played for Berkshire Gareth Edwards director born 1975, English f ...

                                               

Mary Booth

Mary Booth may refer to: Mary Ann Booth 1843–1922, American microscopist Mary Louise Booth 1831–1889, American writer and translator, founding editor of Harpers Bazaar, 1867–1889 Mary Moss 1791–1875, second wife of Samuel Booth, mother of William ...

                                               

Henry Anderson

Henry Anderson may refer to: Henry Anderson American football born 1991, American football player Henry Anderson footballer 1892–1926, Australian rules footballer Henry F. Anderson III, animation supervisor, nominated for visual effects for the f ...

                                               

Brazilian Federation of Associations of Librarians, Information Scientists and Institutions

The Brazilian Federation of Associations of Librarians, Information Scientists and Institutions is a non-profit organization in Brazil. It mission is to "defend and encourage the development of the profession." FEBAB is the oldest library associa ...

                                               

Charles Leigh

Charles Leigh may refer to: Charles Leigh merchant died 1605, English merchant and voyager Charles Leigh British Army officer 1748–1815, British general Charles Leigh 1686–1749, British Member of the UK Parliament for Bedfordshire, Warwick, and H ...

                                               

Simona Maaskant Library

The Simona Maaskant Library is the library at the Kings University in Edmonton, first opened in 1981 as The Kings College Library, and renamed in 1998 after its chief librarian Simona Maaskant.

                                               

ETD

ETD may refer to: Everhart-Thornley detector ICAO designator for Etihad Airways, an Emirati airline Estimated time of departure Electron-transfer dissociation Electronic Theses and Dissertations, a term used by librarians for a class of instituti ...

                                               

Libadarios

Libadarios - feminine Libadaria, plural Libadarioi - was the surname of a Byzantine family of the 13th century. The Libadarioi were a new family that first came to prominence in the Empire of Nicaea 1204–1261. They were considered one of the lead ...

                                               

Marguerite Boucicaut

Marguerite Boucicaut, nee Guerin was a French businesswoman and benefactor. She participated in the creation and prosperity of the first department store, Au Bon Marche, in Paris alongside her husband Aristide Boucicaut. She became a philanthropi ...

                                               

Benedict Spence

Benedict Spence is an English cinematographer and director of photography. He has worked on a number of television series including Witless, In My Skin, GameFace and The End of the F***ing World.

                                               

Zackray

Sota Okada, also known as Zackray, is a Japanese professional Super Smash Bros. player. As of the end of 2019, he was ranked the seventh best Super Smash Bros. Ultimate player in the world and the highest ranked player from Japan. In October 2019 ...

                                               

London Royal Ravens

The London Royal Ravens is an English professional Call of Duty League esports team based in London, England. London Royal Ravens is owned by ReKTGlobal, an esports parent company who also owns Rogue.

                                               

Los Angeles Guerrillas

The Los Angeles Guerrillas is an American professional Call of Duty League esports team based in Los Angeles. Los Angeles Guerrillas is owned by Kroenke Sports & Entertainment.

                                               

Dallas Empire

The Dallas Empire is an American professional Call of Duty League esports team based in Dallas, Texas. Dallas Empire is owned by Envy Gaming. Dallas was announced as one of the first five cities to host a CDL team.

                                               

Oliver Brown

Oliver or Ollie Brown may refer to: Oliver C. Brown born 1946, American percussionist Oliver Brown baseball 1849–1932, baseball player Oli Brown born 1990, British blues musician Ollie E. Brown born 1953, American drummer and record producer, hal ...

                                               

NSV

NSV or nSv may refer to: Net sales value, a term in accounting Newton–Stormer–Verlet, or semi-implicit Euler method in mathematics National Socialist Vanguard, a neo-Nazi group based in Oregon NSV machine gun, a 12.7 mm caliber heavy machine gun ...

                                               

GIM

GIM or Gim may refer to: Goa Institute of Management, an Indian Business School Kim Korean name or Gim, a Korean surname GIM mechanism, a mechanism in quantum field theory. Gim food, a Korean-style laver Moluccan Evangelical Church, Geredja Indji ...

                                               

The Cloud of Unknowing (disambiguation)

Rashh-i-Ama "Sprinkling of the Cloud of Unknowing", first known text of Baha’u’llah, founder of the Bahai Faith The title of one of the sections in Underworld DeLillo novel 1997

                                               

ChrisFix

ChrisFix is an American Youtuber who specializes in DIY car repairs. Shortly after graduating from Rutgers University in 2012, he began making car repair videos. His focus is on fixing cars correctly, safely, and cheaply. All of his videos are fi ...

                                               

Pankaj Jaiswal (producer)

Pankaj Jaiswal is an Indian film producer, and owner of Next Entertainment. He has produced films including Ammaa Ki Boli, Saare Jahan Se Acha and Naa Hausla Harenge Hum.

                                               

VED

VED or Ved may refer to: Vedas, a Hindu religious text Vehicle Excise Duty, paid to acquire a vehicle licence in UK Ved mythology, hairy humanoid in south Slavic mythology Visual Enunciation Display, a Telecommunications device for the deaf Ved, ...

                                               

Raghvendra Singh

Raghvendra Singh is an Indian lyricist, writer and chief assistant director. He has penned lyrics in popular serials including Dadi Amma Dadi Amma Maan Jaao, Piya Albela, Ek Shringaar Swabhimaan, Mere Rang Mein Rangne Waali, Jhilmil Sitaaron Ka A ...

                                               

Euan Francis Barclay Tait

Euan Francis Barclay Tait is a Welsh-Scottish Librettist, poet, retreat leader, and teacher. He works internationally with choral composers. Tait has worked with Paul Spicer, Kim Andre Arnesen, Timothy Tharaldson, Dominic McGonigal, Carson Cooman ...

                                               

Arthur Taylor

Arthur Taylor is the name of: Arthur William Taylor b. 1956, New Zealand prison inmate who has initiated Corrections Department and legislature reforms from prison Art Taylor 1929–1995, US jazz drummer Tag Taylor 1925–2014, Sir Arthur Godfrey Tay ...

                                               

Unai

Unai may refer to Unai Lagua Japanese Defense Pillbox, a Japanese fortification Unai Achugao Archaeological Site Unai Dangkulo Petroglyph Site Unai Pass a mountain pass in Afghanistan Sites on the island of Saipan in the U.S. Northern Mariana Isl ...

                                               

2020 Toronto machete attack

Emergency crews were called to the establishment after reports of a man and a woman who were seen outside with laceration type wounds. The two wounded outside were taken to hospital with serious injuries. Inside the establishment a woman was foun ...

                                               

Stephanie Taylor (Australian artist)

Stephanie Taylor was an Australian artist, printmaker, gallerist, lecturer and art writer and broadcaster. She attained a wide audience in the later 1930s when the Australian Broadcasting Commission featured her art programs on radio stations in ...

                                               

Claudia Pulchra

Claudia Pulchra was the name of several women of Roman gens of Claudii during the 1st century BC and 1st century AD. The Latin pulchra is the root of the English word pulchritude. Claudia Pulchra or Clodia Pulchra may refer to: Claudia Pulchra wi ...

                                               

Ann Axtell Morris

Ann Axtell Morris was an American archaeologist, artist, and author who largely worked in the U.S. southwest and Mexico. Ann Axtell was born in Omaha, Nebraska, on February 9, 1900. She attended Smith College, after which she met archaeologist Ea ...

                                               

Omotade Alalade

Omotade Alalade is a Nigerian social entrepreneur and infertility expert. She is the founder and executive director of Beibei Haven Foundation, a nongovernmental organization that provides fertility support women and couples. In 2016, she was lis ...

                                               

Isabel Stilwell

Maria Isabel Stilwell is a Portuguese journalist and writer. Already known in Portugal for her journalism, broadcasting, historical novels, childrens books and short stories, she expanded outside of Portugal as the author of Philippa of Lancaster ...

                                               

Plaue, Brandenburg

Plaue was originally a city in the district of West Havelland in the Prussian government district of Potsdam, which was incorporated on July 25, 1952 together with Kirchmoser in the city of Brandenburg an der Havel. On December 31, 2015, the dist ...

                                               

Zivert

Yulia Zivert, better known by her stage name Zivert, is a Russian singer and model. Her career started in 2017 after releasing her first singles "Чак" and "Анестезия". She gained international fame in 2018 with her single "Life".

                                               

Hera Hyesang Park

During the 2017–2018 season, she made opera debuts at the Bavarian State Opera and Metropolitan Opera. In May 2020, she signed with Deutsche Grammophon.

                                               

Im in Love

Im in Love Sanna Nielsen album, 2011 Im in Love Evelyn King album, 1981 Im in Love, a 1967 album by Wilson Pickett Im in Love Melba Moore album, 1988