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RAC

Riverside Arts Council, California, USA Royal Automobile Club disambiguation, several motoring organisations Rent-A-Center, US company Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, US Royal African Company, trading slaves and commodities Refugee Act ...

                                               

RPP

RPP may refer to: Rho Pi Phi, a professional pharmacy fraternity Peoples Rally for Progress French: Rassemblement Populaire pour le Progres, a political party in Djibouti Rate Pressure Product, also known as Cardiovascular Product or Double Produ ...

                                               

Beira Litoral Province

Beira Litoral is a former province of Portugal, formally instituted in an administrative reform of 1936. The territory corresponds mainly to the Douro Province from the 19th century. It was abolished with the 1976 Constitution of Portugal. The pr ...

                                               

Treaty of Lisbon (disambiguation)

The Treaty of Lisbon, if the date is unspecified, usually refers to a 2007 treaty between member states designed to reform the European Union. Treaty of Lisbon may also refer to: Treaty of Lisbon 1661, a peace treaty and renewed alliance, where P ...

                                               

LMS

LMS color space Laboratory information management system Licentiate in Medicine and Surgery, a medical degree in India Learning management system, software used in education Least mean squares filter, producing least mean square error Lenz microp ...

                                               

James Dickson

James Dickson New South Wales politician 1813–1863, member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly James Samuel Dickson 1870–1939, New Zealand politician James Dickson Scottish politician c. 1715–1771, MP for Lanark Burghs 1768–1771 James Dic ...

                                               

Ruti

Ruti, which comes from the Old High German word riod, meaning "clearing", is a popular name for towns in the German speaking part of Switzerland. It can refer to the following: the former municipality of Ruti im Prattigau St. Antonien Ruti, now p ...

                                               

CIRA

CIRA may refer to: Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act, Senate Proposed Legislation, S. 2611 CIRA-FM, a French language Canadian radio station in Montreal, Quebec Yale University Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS CIRA Central Illinoi ...

                                               

Savigny

Savigny, Switzerland, a commune in the canton of Vaud

                                               

Sisters of the Precious Blood

Sisters of the Precious Blood may refer to: Daughters of the Precious Blood, a congregation of nuns established in the Netherlands 1862 Bernadines of the Precious Blood, a congregation of nuns, no longer in existence, founded by Mother Ballou wit ...

                                               

Diego Baldenweg with Nora Baldenweg & Lionel Baldenweg

Diego Baldenweg with Nora Baldenweg & Lionel Baldenweg is a Swiss/Australian composer trio. They were the first Swiss composers to be nominated for the World Soundtrack Awards Public Choice in 2019. Their musical range often moves within classic ...

                                               

Republic of China (disambiguation)

The Republic of China is a state in East Asia, commonly known as Taiwan. Republic of China may also refer to: National Government of the Republic of China, the Kuomintang-ruled government of China, 1928–1948 Provisional Government of the Republic ...

                                               

Certificate of occupancy (land tenure)

In several countries, a certificate of occupancy is a legal document that gives the holder certain rights to land. These can be a part of land reform processes. In Tanzania, for example, they are equivalent to 33-year leases and grant the holder ...

                                               

Arusha (disambiguation)

Arusha may refer to: Arusha Accords Burundi, a 2000 set of accords intended to end the civil war in Burundi Arusha District, a district of Arusha Region, which includes the city of Arusha Arusha National Park Arusha Declaration, a 1967 declaratio ...

                                               

NCCR

NCCR may refer to: National Convention for Construction and Reform–Mageuzi, a political party in Tanzania National Council of Chain Restaurants, a division of the American National Retail Federation National Centre of Competence in Research, a re ...

                                               

NRA (disambiguation)

National Recovery Administration and sometimes National Industrial Recovery Act Nonresident Alien, see Alien law National Restaurant Association National Recreation Area National Reform Association United States, an organization seeking to amend ...

                                               

Michael Campbell (disambiguation)

Michael Campbell, member of British band The Courteeners Michael Campbell, known as Mikey Dread 1954–2008, Jamaican singer, producer, and broadcaster Mike Campbell musician, American guitarist for Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Michael Campbell ...

                                               

Richard Hudson

Richard Hudson may refer to: Richard Hudson linguist born 1939, British linguist Richard Hudson English politician, Member of Parliament MP for Lostwithiel 1547–1552 Richard Hudson stage designer born 1954, Zimbabwean stage designer Richard Hudso ...

                                               

Antoni Sobanski

Antoni Marian Henryk Sobanski was a Polish journalist, writer and socialite. He is mainly associated with Wiadomosci Literackie and the liberal artistic bohemia of the Polish interwar period, including Skamander. He worked for both The Times and ...

                                               

The Patriot

The Patriots film, a 1994 French film that starred Yvan Attal The Patriot 1986 film, an action film directed by Frank Harris The Patriot 1953 film, an Iranian drama film The Patriot 1928 film, a biographical film about Paul I of Russia The Patrio ...

                                               

Eugenie Baizerman

Baizerman nee Silverman was born on October 14, 1899 in Warsaw, Poland. Her family subsequently moved to Russia to Bessarabia and Odessa, where Baizerman studied at the Grekov Odessa Art school. In 1914, the family moved to New York City, where s ...

                                               

Genius (disambiguation)

Geniu$: The Tech Tycoon Game, a 2005 computer game Genius, a fictional character in TV sitcom Hermans Head Genius comics, a Scottish newspaper cartoon series 1978–1983

                                               

JLM

JLM may refer to: Jean-Luc Melenchon, member French: depute of the National Assembly of France, president of the France insoumise parliamentary group Jewish Labour Movement, a British Socialist society A Jailhouse Lawyers Manual John Lennon Museu ...

                                               

SJM

SJM is an abbreviation of: Svalbard and Jan Mayen Swadeshi Jagaran Manch Samyukta Janamorcha Nepal Serbian Justice Ministry - Ministarstvo Pravde Republike Srbije Seok Jun Mom Super Junior-M St. Jude Medical San Joaquin Memorial High School Servi ...

                                               

The Transylvanian Trilogy

The Transylvanian Trilogy, also called A Transylvanian Tale or The Writing on the Wall, is a novel in three parts by the Hungarian writer Miklos Banffy, published from 1934 to 1940. The trilogy tells about the moral decline of the Hungarian nobil ...

                                               

MUP

MUP may refer to: Motor unit potential Main Upgrading Programme, a housing programme in Singapore. Ministry of the Interior Croatia Ministarstvo Unutarnjih Poslova Multiple UNC Provider - a concept related to Microsoft Windows Universal Naming Co ...

                                               

Little London

Little London, Gloucestershire Little London Housing Estate, Maltby, South Yorkshire Little London, Shropshire Little London, Powys Little London, West Yorkshire, split between Rawdon, Leeds, West Yorkshire and Idle and Thackley, Bradford, West Y ...

                                               

Kubik

Kubik or Kubik may refer to: Kubik comics, a Marvel Comics character 11598 Kubik, a main-belt asteroid, named after Jakub Saroun, the brother of the discoverer

                                               

Maja Smrekar

Maja Smrekar is a Slovenian intermedia artist. In 2005 she graduated at the Department for Sculpture of Fine Art and Design Academy in Ljubljana. She also holds Masters degree in Video and New Media that she obtained at the same institution. She ...

                                               

SCC

SCC Specialist Computer Centres, British-based IT consulting company Secure Computing Corporation Southern Copper Corporation, a mining company operating in Central and South America

                                               

Nqabayomzi Kwankwa

Nqabayomzi Lawrence Saziso Kwankwa is a Xhosa South African politician from the Eastern Cape. He has been serving as a Member of the National Assembly of South Africa for the United Democratic Movement since August 2013. He is the deputy presiden ...

                                               

ANC (disambiguation)

ANC most commonly refers to the African National Congress, a revolutionary movement which became the ruling political party in South Africa in the 1994 election. ANC may also refer to:

                                               

Open Democratic Party

On 28 February 2020, Chung Bong-ju, a former Democratic MP, announced his intention to form a new party. He was initially launched his bid to run for Seoul Gangseo 1st constituency for 2020 election under the Democratic banner but was disqualifie ...

                                               

Li Pyong-nam

Li Pyong-nam was a pediatrician during the Japanese colonial rule of Korea and later a politician and medical scientist in the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea. He served as a delegate in the Supreme Peoples Assembly, North Koreas unicameral ...

                                               

SBS

SBS6, Dutch television channel SBS9, Dutch television channel Talpa TV, formerly called SBS Broadcasting B.V., a Dutch commercial broadcaster The former SBS Broadcasting Group, Europe Special Broadcasting Service, Australia SBS Australian TV chan ...

                                               

The Fathers

The Fathers is a conceptual and performative work of critical and biographical content by artist Abel Azcona. The Fathers was first performed in 2016 in Madrid with the final performance, also in Madrid, in 2017 in an exhibition format. The durat ...

                                               

Communist Party of Sweden

The name Communist Party of Sweden has been used by several political parties in Sweden: Communist Workers Party of Sweden SKA, an anti-Deng Xiaoping party formed in 1980 but dissolved in 1993 Socialist Party Sweden, 1929 Kilbohmarna, the majorit ...

                                               

Iron Curtain (disambiguation)

The Iron Curtain was the boundary dividing Europe in the Cold War. Iron Curtain may also refer to: The Iron Curtain film, a 1948 film Iron Curtain football, the defensive line of Rangers Football Club in the 1940s and 1950s Iron Curtain musical, ...

                                               

Te–l Khukhu

Tel–l Khukhu is a traditional festival celebrated in Viswema which falls on the 13th of July. It is a time of giving and sharing of food with each other. This is the only festival dedicated for young damsels in Viswema.

                                               

Sub-Tropical Exposition

The Sub-Tropical Exposition was held from January until May 1888 in Jacksonville, Florida and seasonally in two subsequent years. Grover Cleveland attended the opening. The exposition building was designed by Ellis & McClure. A brochure was publi ...

                                               

GPP

German Peoples Party Austria, a former political party in Austria Gambian Peoples Party, Gambia Goa Praja Party, Goa, India German Peoples Party Romania, a former political party in Romania Great Patriotic Pole, a Venezuelan political alliance Gu ...

                                               

Lapse

Lapse or lapsed may refer to: Lapsed Catholic, a term for baptized Catholics who no longer practice Doctrine of lapse, an annexationist policy in British India Relapse, a medical term used in addiction treatment Lapsed power, a constitutionally g ...

                                               

Alupo Faith

Alupo Faith is a female Ugandan Politician. She is the woman Member of Parliament, representing Pallisa District in the Parliament of Uganda. She was elected to that position in June, 2018. Alupo was declared and confirmed the new Member of Parli ...

                                               

Wierzchowiny massacre

Wierzchowiny massacre refers to the events in Wierzchowiny, the location of a massacre carried out on 6 June 1945 in which approximately 50–196 inhabitants of the village were killed in an aura of considerable controversy. Incriminating documents ...

                                               

Sir Malcolm Murray-Macgregor, 4th Baronet

Rear-Admiral Sir Malcolm Murray-Macgregor of Macgregor, 4th Baronet, JP was a Scottish baronet and senior Royal Navy officer. Born on 29 August 1834, Malcolm Murray-Macgregor was the eldest son of Sir John Atholl Bannatyne Murray-Macgregor, 3rd B ...

                                               

Coupon (disambiguation)

Coupon may refer to the following: Coupon, Pennsylvania place, a small, unincorporated community in Pennsylvania Love coupons and love coupon books are popular gifts on Valentines Day and other anniversary days Ukrainian karbovanets, the former U ...

                                               

Ukrainian political crisis

Ukrainian political crisis may refer to: 2014 pro-Russian conflict in Ukraine 2006 Ukrainian political crisis 2014 Crimean crisis 2014 Russian military intervention in Ukraine 2014 Hrushevskoho Street riots 2007 Ukrainian political crisis 2013–20 ...

                                               

NRU

NRU may refer to: Northeast Rugby Union Not recently used, a page replacement algorithm National Research Universal reactor National Republic of Ukraine Neighbourhood Renewal Unit, part of the Department for Communities and Local Government in th ...

                                               

ENC

ENC may refer to: Eastern Naval Command of the Indian Navy Equality North Carolina, an American LGBT advocacy group ENC Press, an American publishing company Electronic navigational chart Encapsulin Effective number of codons Nancy-Essey Airport, ...

                                               

OKO.press

OKO.press is a Polish investigative journalism website created on 15 June 2016. It received the Index on Censorship journalism award in 2020.