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Sandstone (disambiguation)

Australia Sandstone, Western Australia Sandstone Gold Mine, a gold mine in Western Australia. Canada Sandstone Valley, Calgary United States Sandstone, West Virginia Sandstone Bluff, Wisconsin Sandstone Township, Pine County, Minnesota Sandstone, ...

                                               

Man of Steel

Superman, a DC Comics superhero nicknamed "Man of Steel" The Man of Steel comics, a 1986 comic book limited series Superman: The Man of Steel, a monthly comic book series about Superman from 1991 to 2003

                                               

Adrian David Cheok

Adrian David Cheok is an Australian academic and professor of Pervasive Computing at City, University of London. Cheok is also the director of the Imagineering Institute in Malaysia and the Mixed Reality Lab.

                                               

Zachari Logan

Zachari Logan is a Canadian visual artist working in drawing, ceramics and related installation practices. Logan is known internationally for his monumentally-scaled pastel drawings and intimate blue and red pencil drawings on Mylar depicting flo ...

                                               

Der

dEntrecasteaux Ridge, an oceanic ridge in the south-west Pacific Ocean Dearborn Amtrak station code, in Michigan, US Der Sumer, an ancient city located in modern-day Iraq Darkənd, Azerbaijan

                                               

I with bowl

, is an additional letter of the Latin alphabet. It was introduced in 1928 into the reformed Yañalif, and later into other alphabets for Soviet minority languages. The letter was designed specifically to represent the non-front close vowel sounds ...

                                               

Taqsem A. Khan

Taqsem A. Khan is an engineer and the Managing Director and CEO of Dhaka WASA, a government owned company responsible for water and sewage in the capital of Bangladesh, Dhaka.

                                               

Center for Advanced Study

Center for the Advanced Study of India CASI, a research center on contemporary India at the University of Pennsylvania Center for Advanced Study of Language CASL, College Park, Maryland Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts CASVA of the Na ...

                                               

Admiral (Bangladesh)

Admiral is a four Star commissioned naval flag officer rank in the Bangladesh Navy. It is the highest achieved rank in the Bangladesh Navy. Admiral ranks above the Three Star rank of Vice Admiral and below the Five Star rank of Admiral of the fle ...

                                               

Cumilla United

Cumilla United is a Bangladeshi Womens association football club based on Cumilla. The club competes in the Bangladesh Womens Football League, the top division of womens football in Bangladesh.

                                               

Nasrin Sporting Club

Nasrin Sporting Club is a Bangladeshi Womens association football.It was established in 2019 ahead of 2020 Bangladesh Womens Football League.

                                               

2019–20 Dhaka Abahani season

The 2019-20 season is Dhaka Abahanis 48th competitive season. They have not been relegated since the competition started in 2007. This season also remarks their 11th consecutive seasons in top-flight since professional competition formed on 2007. ...

                                               

Alipurduar-Bamanhat branch line

The Alipurduar-Bamanhat branch line is an Indian railway line connecting Alipurduar Junction with Bamanhat. This 72-kilometre track is under the jurisdiction of Northeast Frontier Railway.

                                               

Mohammad Main Ullah Chowdhury

Major General Md. Main Ullah Chowdhury, OSP, awc, psc is a two star commissioned flag officer in the Regiment of Artillery. As Major General he is the present GOC of 10th Infantry Division of Bangladesh Army. He served as Commandant of the Bangla ...

                                               

Muhammed Sharif

Muhammed Sharif is the name of: Muhammad Sharif Pasha 1826–1887, Egyptian statesman and three time Prime Minister of Egypt Mohammad Sharif United Nations born 1933, former head of the centre for Social Development and Humanitarian Affairs at the ...

                                               

Moina (disambiguation)

Moina go, a studio album by Habib Wahid Matir Moina, a Bengali drama film Moina Beresford, a character in the Australian television soap opera Neighbours

                                               

Reshma (disambiguation)

Reshma Pasupuleti, Indian film and television actress Reshma Nilofer Naha, Indian maritime pilot Reshma Saujani, American lawyer and politician Reshma, Pakistani folk singer Reshma Bombaywala, Indian model, jewellery designer, and actress Reshma ...

                                               

Marina Savashynskaya Dunbar

Marina Savashynskaya Dunbar is an artist and entrepreneur. She is known for her modern, abstract paintings. Her artwork has been featured in galleries throughout the United States as well as national and international private and public collectio ...

                                               

Nyege Nyege

Nyege is a collective in Kampala, Uganda that promotes outsider music, primarily electronic, by African artists. It was founded in 2013 by expats Arlen Dilsizian and Derek Debru. In addition to organizing ongoing parties and an artist residency, ...

                                               

HHR

HHR may stand for: Hellingly Hospital Railway, a defunct English railway Hawthorne Municipal Airport California Hindu Human Rights The Heritage Hotel Rockhampton, in Queensland, Australia Home for Human Rights Jola-Felupe language, spoken in Sene ...

                                               

Gradascevic Tower, Bijela

Gradascevic Tower, or Gradascevica kula, also "odzak", is a residential and fortification building dating from the Ottoman period in Bijela, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It has been designated as a National Monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

                                               

Paulista (disambiguation)

Paulista may refer to: Gabriel Paulista born 1990 Brazilian footballer Marcelinho Paulista born 1973 Brazilian footballer Paulista Futebol Clube Campeonato Paulista, professional football league in the state of São Paulo Paulista, a city in Perna ...

                                               

Jan Yager

Jan Yager is an American artist who makes mixed media jewelry. She draws inspiration from both the natural world and the lived-in human environment of her neighborhood in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, emphasizing that art is a reflection of both ti ...

                                               

NHI

NHI may refer to: National Health Insurance Taiwan全民健康保險(chuan min chien kang pao hsien) National Health Insurance, or a specific national scheme National Health Insurance Scheme Ghana National Health Insurance British Virgin Islands Natio ...

                                               

Arcus

Arcus Co., a Bulgarian firearm manufacturer Arcus-Air, a German airline ARCUS, the Arctic Research Consortium of the United States, supporting Arctic policy in the U.S. Arcus AS, a Norwegian producer of liquor Arcus Foundation, supporting great a ...

                                               

Pana

Pana or PANA may refer to: Pa Na language, a language spoken in Hunan, China Protocol for carrying Authentication for Network Access, a network access authentication protocol Pana, the term for a snow knife in Inuktitut Pana language, a language ...

                                               

Sein

Given name Sein Hlaing 1918-2010, Burmese footballer and coach Sein Mya Maung, Burmese negotiator at the Panglong Conference in 1947 Sein Lwin 1923-2004, Burmese politician, 6th President of the Union of Burma Po Sein 1882-1954, Burmese actor, si ...

                                               

NRP

National Reform Party disambiguation National Renaissance Party United States New Reform Party of Ontario, a defunct party in Ontario, Canada New Rights Party, in Georgia Nordic Reich Party, in Sweden Norodom Ranariddh Party, a royalist oppositio ...

                                               

KABO

Kabo, Nigeria, a Local Government Area in Kano State Kabo Island, Indonesia, in the Lesser Sunda Islands of Indonesia Kabo Island, Philippines, in Surigao del Norte, Caraga Region of the Mindanao island group of the Philippines Kabo, a town in th ...

                                               

CBM

CBM AM, a radio station in Montreal now known as CBME-FM Chesapeake Bay Magazine, a monthly publication focusing on boating, leisure, and lifestyle in the mid-Atlantic region Mesoamerican Biological Corridor Corredor Biologico Mesoamericano, a mu ...

                                               

GPF

GPF may refer to: Canon de 155mm GPF, a French heavy artillery gun Global Philanthropy Forum Gozarto Protection Force, a Syrian militia Global Policy Forum, an American international government accountability organization General Protection Fault ...

                                               

Robert Hung-Ngai Ho

Ho was born in Hong Kong, China in 1932 to one of the richest families in the former colony. Hos grandfather, Robert Ho Tung, was a prominent businessman and philanthropist. Although born into a religiously Buddhist family, Ho did not become reli ...

                                               

PND

PND may refer to: Peoria Notre Dame High School, Peoria, Illinois Prenatal diagnosis, testing for diseases or conditions in a fetus or embryo New Democracy Party Portugal Partido da Nova Democracia, a political party in Portugal Postnatal day Pro ...

                                               

Hughes-Hallett

Hughes-Hallett may refer to several people with the surname: Charles Hughes-Hallett 1898-1985, British Royal Navy officer. Lucy Hughes-Hallett born 1951, British cultural historian and biographer. James Hughes-Hallett born 1949, British businessm ...

                                               

Northwest Passage expedition of 1746

In 1746 a group of United Kingdom investors, lead by Arthur Dobbs, commissioned a private Northwest Passage expedition of 1746. Dobbs had played a key role convincing the Royal Navy and the Royal Society to send out an expedition in 1741. The sel ...

                                               

Kim Kwang-hyop

Kim Kwang-hyop was a politician anti-Japanese activist and a military officer and politician of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea. He served as Chief of the General Staff of the Korean Peoples Army.

                                               

List of members of the Chinese Academy of Engineering

This is a list of the members of the Chinese Academy of Engineering. CAE academician is the highest academic title officially recognized by the Chinese government in engineering and technological sciences. As of January 2020, the academy has 920 ...

                                               

Regular

The Regular Guys, a radio morning show based out of Atlanta, Georgia Regular division of the plane, a series of drawings by the Dutch artist M. C. Escher which began in 1936 Regular character, a main character who appears more frequently and/or p ...

                                               

CLO

Conselh de la Lenga Occitana Occitan Language Council Cooperative Living Organization, a housing cooperative in Gainesville, FL, US Central Legal Office of NHS Scotland Federation of Civil Service Organizations Centrale van Landsdienaren Organisa ...

                                               

Majestic Building

Majestic Building may refer to: Majestic Building Bucaramanga, Colombia, one of the taller buildings in South America The Majestic, Singapore, a building in Singapore in the United States Majestic Building Detroit Majestic Manufacturing Company B ...

                                               

Libertador

Libertador may refer to: Copa Libertadores, a South American football competition a number of Venezuelan municipalities one of several people known as "Libertadores", particularly Jose de San Martin and Simon Bolivar Avenida del Libertador, a dow ...

                                               

Barco

Barco ETS, former name of Ucamco, a Belgian multinational printed circuit board software and hardware manufacturer Barco Strike!, a vector-based drawing program targeted at the repro and print shop markets Barco manufacturer, a Belgian multinatio ...

                                               

HSB

HSB may refer to: HSB Television, a Colombian television station Helsby railway station, in England Upper Sorbian language ISO 639-2 language code Hill Street Blues, a serial police drama HSB color space Erivan K. Haub School of Business, at Sain ...

                                               

Parapolitics (disambiguation)

Parapolitics is a term for a 2006 scandal involving Colombian politicians and the paramilitary group the United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia. It may also refer to a political or political science theory. The term parapolitics has been used ind ...

                                               

UIS

UIS may refer to: Union Internationale de Speleologie, an international umbrella organization for caving and speleology Unisys Corporation NYSE stock symbol Uisai language, ISO 639-3 code Uis, a village in Erongo Region, Namibia UIs, plural abbre ...

                                               

Protestant University in Congo

Protestant University in Congo, is a university in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, affiliated with the Protestant church in that county.

                                               

ERO

Easily Recoverable Object, a subclass of near-Earth object that is easily recoverable Edge recombination operator, an operator in genetic algorithms Elementary row operations, an operation performed on the rows of an elementary matrix in mathemat ...

                                               

Hus

Hus or HUS may refer to: Jan Hus, priest and reformer burned at the stake for heresy Humboldtschule, Bad Homburg, a German gymnasium in Bad Homburg vor der Hohe, Hesse Hus family, an 18th-century French dynasty of ballet dancers and actors Harlin ...

                                               

Adath Israel

Temple Adath Israel Owensboro, Kentucky, synagogue in Owensboro, Kentucky Congregation Adath Israel Brith Sholom, Reform synagogue Temple Adath Israel of the Main Line, Conservative synagogue in Merion, Pennsylvania Congregation Adath Israel Rutl ...

                                               

Marash (disambiguation)

Merash, or Marash, Iran, a village in Anguran Rural District, Anguran District, Mahneshan County, Zanjan Province, Iran Maras, Turkey, previous name until 1973 of Kahramanmaras, a city in the Mediterranean Region, Turkey and the administrative ce ...