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Carol Weinstock

Weinstock was born in 1914 in New York City. She attended the Art Students League of New York. She was married to fellow artist Louis Nisonoff 1907-1979. She was part of the Federal Art Project of the Works Progress Administration. Weinstocks wor ...

                                               

Christopher Hart

Christopher Hart or Harte may refer to: Christopher W. Hart, American Golfer Chris Hart Family Affairs, Family Affairs character Chris Hart musician born 1984, American-born J-Pop musician Christopher K. Hart, President and Vice Chairman of First ...

                                               

Jan Frederik Konig

Jan Frederik Konig was a colonial administrator on the Gold Coast, who served as acting commander of the Dutch Gold Coast between 4 August 1808 and 23 February 1810.

                                               

Vezneciler Hamamı

Vezneciler Hamamı is a historic bath house located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the historic area of Istanbul. The hamam was built by Sultan Bayezid II in either 1481 or the early 1500s. The bath was unique for being constructed on the se ...

                                               

CFD

Common fill device, an electronic module used to load cryptographic keys into electronic encryption machines Cfengine Daemon, the process that runs Cfengine Complement factor D, an enzyme Counterfactual definiteness, the ability, in quantum mecha ...

                                               

SIIT

Standardization and Innovation in Information Technology an academic conference by IEEE Stateless IP/ICMP Translation, a means for interworking different versions of the Internet Protocol

                                               

Leonard R. Olijar

Leonard R. Olijar is an American government official who has served as the Director of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing since 2015. As director, Olijar is responsible for managing the Bureau of Engraving and Printing an agency within the Unit ...

                                               

Manteca Transit Center

The Manteca Transit Center is the primary public transit hub of Manteca, California. The bus station features five bus bays with Manteca Transit as the primary operator; the agency also maintain their offices at the facility. San Joaquin Regional ...

                                               

Civic Center Station

Civic Center Station or Civic Center Transit Center may refer to: United States Civic Center station MARTA, in Atlanta, Georgia Civic Center St. Louis MetroLink, in St. Louis, Missouri Civic Center/Grand Park station, in Los Angeles, California C ...

                                               

The Lookout (album)

The Lookout is a studio album by American folk musician Laura Veirs, released on Raven Marching Band Records on April 13, 2018 to positive critical reception. Veirs recorded the work around her collaboration case/lang/veirs and continued a streak ...

                                               

RJC

RJC may refer to: Republican Jewish Coalition, a political lobbying group in the United States advocating Jewish support for the Republican Party Riverside Junior College, a former name of the Riverside City College in Riverside, California, Unit ...

                                               

Scaling of innovations

Scaling of innovations is a process that leads to widespread use of an innovation. It is regarded the last step after the discovery, proof of concept and piloting of an innovation. In business it is often used as maximizing operational scale of t ...

                                               

Ripretinib

Ripretinib, sold under the brand name Qinlock, is a medication for the treatment of adults with advanced gastrointestinal stromal tumor, a type of tumor that originates in the gastrointestinal tract. It is taken by mouth. Ripretinib is a kinase i ...

                                               

Green Deal

Green Deal may refer to: The Green Deal, UK government policy initiative that gave homeowners, landlords and tenants the opportunity to pay for energy efficient home improvements through the savings on their energy bills Green New Deal, proposed ...

                                               

Climate Watch

Climate Watch is a web tool for municipalities and other organisations for monitoring their own climate actions. Climate Watch is open source and was originally developed by the city of Helsinki. The first Climate Watch version was partly funded ...

                                               

India Climate Collaborative

India Climate Collaborative is an initiative undertaken by philanthropists from India to understand the challenges posed by climate change and find solutions for climate crisis. Planning began in 2018, and the initiative was launched in January 2020.

                                               

Todd Rogers (behavioral scientist)

Todd Rogers is an American behavioral scientist and Professor of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. He is the co-founder of the Analyst Institute and EveryDay Labs. At Harvard University, he is faculty director of the Behavioral Insight ...

                                               

Australian Government Linked Data Working Group

The Australian Government Linked Data Working Group is an informal, advisory working group within Australia government, self-tasked "to meet the Linked Data challenges facing the Australian government". The Group was established in August 2012 an ...

                                               

USLHT Elm

USLHT Elm was a motorized derrick barge which was used to build and maintain aids to navigation. She was classed as a lighthouse tender and operated by the United States Lighthouse Service. Elm was launched in 1918 and sold in 1934.

                                               

Compassion (Nigel Westlake, Lior and Sydney Symphony Orchestra album)

Compassion is a live album recorded at the Sydney Opera House in September 2013 by Nigel Westlake, Lior and Sydney Symphony Orchestra. Compassion is an orchestral song cycle for voice and orchestra consisting of original melodies and orchestratio ...

                                               

VSO

VSO may refer to: Veteran Service Organization Valdosta Southern Railroad Vienna State Opera, an opera house – and opera company – with a history dating back to the mid-19th century Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, a Canadian orchestra performing in ...

                                               

Student life

Student life may refer to: Student Life newspaper, student newspaper of Washington University in St. Louis Student Life university ministry, university ministry in Australia and New Zealand Student Life Organization, a student-led society used in ...

                                               

International Advanced Manufacturing Park

The International Advanced Manufacturing Park is a British business park located in Washington, City of Sunderland, Tyne and Wear. The site is located next to Nissan Motor Manufacturing UK, the UKs second largest car manufacturing site. It is a d ...

                                               

Gham

Gham may refer to: Apni Khushian Apne Gham, Hindi serial airs on TV Asia Thodi Khushi Thode Gham some happiness some sadness, an Indian Soap opera on Sony Entertainment Television India Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham., Bollywood film directed by Karan ...

                                               

Cho Joo-bin

Born in 1995, Cho studied Information and Communications at Inha Technical College. He had completed his compulsory military service in South Korea from 2016 to 2017. He also joined several voluntary services e.g. at an orphanage. Cho was reporte ...

                                               

People, Ive Been Sad

People, Ive Been Sad is a song by French singer and songwriter Christine and the Queens. The song was released to digital retailers on 5 February 2020 and to American adult alternative radio on 17 February 2020. The song features lyrics in both E ...

                                               

Due

Due or DUE may refer to: Rai Due, an Italian television channel Due, Georgia, a ghost town in Fannin County, Georgia, United States DUE or DNA unwinding element, the originating site for splitting the DNA helix "Due", a song on the 2008 album If ...

                                               

Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra

Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra is a trust set up to construct a Ram temple in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh by the Government of India. The trust has 15 trustees. It was created as per the verdict of the Supreme Court of India. Prime Minister Naren ...

                                               

Fergal Bowers

Fergal Bowers is an Irish journalist. He currently works as Health Correspondent for RTE News. He worked as an editor for Irish Medical News and irishhealth.com before his RTE career.

                                               

Tiny Tim

Tiny Tim, nickname for Australian football soccer player Tim Cahill Tiny Tim, pseudonym for YouTube star Tim Bradbury of Tiny Tims Adventures, from Wythenshawe in Greater Manchester, UK. Known for putting on a childs voice and prank calling peopl ...

                                               

Bergis Jules

Bergis Jules is an American archivist and scholar. He is known for digital humanities projects that aim to diversity and democratize the historical record, and for his scholarly research on community-based archives. Between 2014 and 2018, he serv ...

                                               

EGB Forces

EGB Forces (German Spezialisierte Krafte des Heeres mit Erweiterter Grundbefahigung fur Spezielle Operationen is a special operations force of the German Bundeswehr, organized under the Rapid Forces Division.

                                               

Megamendung

Megamendung is a district in the Bogor Regency, West Java, Indonesia. Adjoining with neighbouring Cisarua, the district is part of a cluster of tourist and leisure developments best known as the Puncak area. It lies 70 kilometres away from Jakart ...

                                               

Karanganyar

Karanganyar may refer to: Karang Anyar, Sawah Besar, the village of South Jakarta, Indonesia Karanganyar, Purbalingga, town and district in Purbalingga Regency, Indonesia Karanganyar Regency, a regency of Central Java, Indonesia Karanganyar, Peka ...

                                               

Getuk Goreng

Getuk Goreng is a common dish from the Banyumas Regency, Indonesia. Getuk Goreng is made from cassava or usually the Banyumasan people call it Boled with added brown sugar making this fried getuk sweet and savory.

                                               

Sudjiatmi

Hj. Sudjiatmi Notomihardjo is the mother of Joko Widodo, Indonesias current president. Along with her husband, Widjiatno Notomihardjo, she was wood trader from Solo.

                                               

Panji

Panji District 潘集区, Huainan, Anhui, China Panji Town 潘集镇, a town in Panji District Panji subdistrict, Situbondo Regency, East Java, Indonesia Way Panji, South Lampung Regency, Lampung, Indonesia

                                               

Romilda of Friuli

Romilda or Ramhilde, was a Duchess consort of Friuli by marriage to Duke Gisulf II of Friuli. She served as regent of Friuli in 611, during the invasion of the Pannonian Avars. Romilda was reportedly the daughter of Garibald I of Bavaria. She mar ...

                                               

Altea (disambiguation)

Fernando Muñoz Altea 1925-2018, the King of Arms of the Royal House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies Rosemary Altea, medium and healer Giuseppe Altea born 1997, Italian football player

                                               

DHP

DHP is a three letter acronym that can mean: Sika Club Beirut, also known as D.H.P., a former association football club in Lebanon Damascus–Hama and Extensions Damas-Hamah et Prolongements, a former Lebanese railway line Dihydropyridine, a chemic ...

                                               

Rhinoceros (disambiguation)

Rhinoceros Porno Graffitti album, Japanese album Rinoçerose, a French rock/dance band "Rhinoceros" song, by the Smashing Pumpkins Rhinoceros album, 1968 Rhinoceros band, a 1960s American rock band

                                               

Fen (play)

Fen is a 1983 play by Caryl Churchill. While not as well known as Churchill works like Cloud 9 and Top Girls, it has been praised by many critics.

                                               

Smag

smag or variant, may refer to: Schiff- und Maschinenbau-Actien-Gesellschaft Germania, former name of German shipbuilder Friedrich Krupp Germaniawerft salaire minimum agricole garanti French: guaranteed agricultural minimum wage Sefer Mitzvot Gado ...

                                               

John Quamino

John Quamino was a formerly enslaved man who trained as a missionary and may have been the first African to attend college in America.

                                               

National Population Census of the Peoples Republic of China

The National Population Census of the Peoples Republic of China is a census of the population of the Peoples Republic of China. It has been carried out six times in the history of the Peoples Republic of China. 1964: Second National Population Ce ...

                                               

Milcice (Mysliv)

Milcice is a village, part of and located about 2.5 km southeast from Mysliv in the Klatovy District. There are 66 addresses registered. In 2011, 98 people lived here permanently. It is also a cadastral territory with an area of 4.28 km 2.

                                               

Vlacherna, Arcadia

Vlacherna is a settlement in Arcadia, Greece. Administratively it is the seat of the local community. It is a municipal unit of Levidi in the municipality of Tripoli. It is built at a height of 954 meters above sea level, on the slopes of Mainalo ...

                                               

Alakode, Kannur district

Alakode is a village in Taliparamba Block in Kannur district in the Indian state of Kerala. It is located 43 km towards North from District headquarters Kannur. Alakode is located on Taliparamba-Manakadavu-Coorg Road. Alakode was one of the major ...

                                               

Eagle Mountain

Canada Eagle Mountain Alberta in Banff Park Eagle Mountain, British Columbia near Coquitlam Republic of Ireland Mount Eagle Ireland, a 516 m peak in County Kerry, Ireland. United Kingdom Eagle Mountain, Down, a 638 m peak in the Mourne Mountains, ...

                                               

Lalpur

Lalpur may refer to: Lalpur,Tarn Taran District, India Lalpur, Kanpur Dehat district Lalpur Upazila, Bangladesh Lalpur, Sagarmatha, Nepal Lalpur Rewari is a village in Rewari district near Bariawas Lalpur, Lumbini, Nepal Lalpur, Mathurapur, a cen ...