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1970 Rewa–Suva by-election

A by-election for the Rewa–Suva seat in the House of Representatives of Fiji was held in December 1970 following the death of incumbent MP Alipate Sikivou in September 1970. The result was a victory for Uraia Koroi of the Alliance Party.

                                               

Marc Del Grande

Marc Del Grande is a French senior civil servant and current Prefect of French Guiana. Marc Del Grande graduated at the Special Military School of Saint-Cyr. Between 1991 and 1992, Del Grande was a military observer of the United Nations in Cambo ...

                                               

Barry L. Wells

Barry L. Wells is a career member of the Senior Executive Service who served as the American Ambassador to Gambia. He was also an Associate Professor and Assistant Dean at Howard University Graduate School of Social Work from 1972–1978. Wells gra ...

                                               

Georgia Institute of Technology College of Sciences

Until 1990, there was no independent college for the sciences. Before then, there had been three colleges: the College of Engineering, the College of Management, and College of Science and Liberal Studies COSALS. As part of his restructuring plan ...

                                               

RSO

RSO or R.S.O. may refer to: Roles and titles Riddare av Svardsorden, Knight of the Order of the Sword Reconnaissance systems officer, operator of surveillance systems and equipment on a Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird aircraft Regional Security Officer, ...

                                               

OSS

Open-source software, software with its source code made freely available Operations support systems, computers used by telecommunications service providers to administer and maintain network systems Open Search Server, search engine software Ope ...

                                               

Samuel Marful-Sau

Samuel Kofi Marful-Sau is a Ghanaian judge. He is an active justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana. Marful-Sau was born in Assin Adubiase in the Central Region. After qualifying as a Barister-at-law 1984 he worked at the office of the Provisional ...

                                               

Gabriel Pwamang

Gabriel Scott Pwamang is a Ghanaian lawyer, politician and judge. He is an active justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana. He was nominated in 2015 by the then president of Ghana John Mahama. Prior to his appointment to the bench, he was a private ...

                                               

Avril Lovelace-Johnson

Avril Lovelace-Johnson is a Ghanaian jurist. She was nominated Supreme Court Judge in November 2019 and vetted on 9 December 2019. She was sworn in on 17 December 2019.

                                               

Anis Haffar

Anis Haffar is a Ghanaian educationist, teacher, columnist and author. He is the founder of the GATE institute in Ghana, and is a council member of the Ghana Education Service. Also a notable journalist, Haffar writes a weekly column for The Dail ...

                                               

Greater Accra Regional Minister

The Greater Accra Regional Minister is the Ghana government official who is responsible for overseeing the administration of the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. The region was initially an administrative district within the Eastern Region of Ghana ...

                                               

J. N. K. Taylor

John Nicholas Kobina Taylor was a Ghanaian judge. He served on the Ghanaian judicial bench for about twenty-one years. He was a Supreme Court judge from 1980 to 1990.

                                               

OmniBSIC Bank Ghana Limited

OmniBSIC Bank Ghana Limited is a commercial bank in Ghana that is licensed by the Bank of Ghana, the central bank and national banking regulator. It was created by the merger of the erstwhile Omni Bank Ghana Limited and BSIC Ghana Bank Limited.

                                               

Accra College of Medicine

Accra College of Medicine is a private and independent Medical School located in Accra. ACM offers a research oriented medical education that is focused towards solving Ghana and Africa’s health problems. The school was founded in 2013 as a priva ...

                                               

Yaw Appau

Yaw Appau is a Ghanaian judge. He has been an active justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana since 2015. Justice Appau hails from the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana. He was called to the Bar in 1982. Prior to his appointment at the Supreme Court of Gh ...

                                               

A. K. B. Ampiah

Alexander Kobina Baah Ampiah is a retired Ghanaian Supreme Court Judge. He served on the Supreme Court bench from 1993 to 2003. Prior to serving on the Supreme Court bench, he was a lawyer who rose through the ranks as a judge of the High Court t ...

                                               

Theodore Kwami Adzoe

His primary education was at the Evangelical Presbyterian Church Primary School at Taviefe in the Volta Region of the then Gold Coast, now Ghana between 1952 and 1957. He continued with Middle school at the E. P. Middle School, also at Taviefe. H ...

                                               

Charles Hayfron-Benjamin

Charles Hayfron-Benjamin was a Ghanaian Supreme Court Judge. Hayfron-Benjamin had his secondary education at the Adisadel College at Cape Coast in the Central Region of Ghana. He went on to study law. He was in private legal practice in Ghana pri ...

                                               

College of Science, Arts and Education

The College of Science, Arts and Education is a private university in Ghana. It is located at Penkwase - Sunyani in the Bono Region of Ghana. The college was established in 2016 and it was accredited by the National Accreditation Board in January ...

                                               

Radio 1

Radio 1 or Radio One most commonly refers to: BBC Radio 1, a music radio station from the British public broadcaster CBC Radio One, a talk radio station operated by the Canadian public broadcaster Radio 1 or Radio One may also refer to:

                                               

Tedder certificate

A Tedder certificate was awarded to citizens of foreign countries who assisted British service personnel to escape from German captivity in Western Europe during the Second World War. It was issued in the name of Deputy Supreme Allied Commander A ...

                                               

Governor Eliot

Governor Eliot, Elliot, or Elliott may refer to: Charles Elliot 1801–1875, Governor of Bermuda from 1846 to 1854, Governor of Trinidad from 1854 to 1856, and Governor of Saint Helena from 1863 to 1869 Hugh Elliot 1752–1830, Governor of the Leewar ...

                                               

Governor Williams

Governor Williams may refer to: Jack Williams American politician 1909–1998, 13th Governor of Arizona Arnold Williams American politician 1898–1970, 21st Governor of Idaho John Bell Williams 1918–1983, 55th Governor of Mississippi Jared W. Willia ...

                                               

Governor Ferguson

Governor Ferguson or Fergusson may refer to: George Fergusson diplomat born 1955, Governor of the Pitcairn Islands, from 2006 to 2010 and Governor of Bermuda from 2012 to 2016 Sir Charles Fergusson, 7th Baronet 1865–1951, 3rd Governor-General of ...

                                               

James Cochrane

James or Jimmy Cochrane may refer to: Jimmy Cochrane footballer, born 1935, English football forward for Birmingham and Walsall Jimmy Cochrane footballer, born 1954, Scottish football fullback for Middlesbrough, Darlington and Torquay James Cochr ...

                                               

Main Street (disambiguation)

Main Street is the generic street name of the primary retail street of a village, town, or small city in many parts of the world. Main Street may refer to:

                                               

Welsh fiscal deficit

Welsh fiscal deficit is the gap between government spending in Wales and local tax revenue. For the 2018–19 fiscal year, it is estimated at around £13.7 billion, which is 19.4 percent of GDP and about £4.300 per capita.

                                               

NEA

National Endowment for the Arts, an independent agency Nuclear Energy Agency Northeast Action, American political organization National Environment Agency, a Singapore government agency New Enterprise Associates, an American venture capital firm ...

                                               

Nisa

Nısa, a village in Azerbaijan Nisa Boeotia, a city of ancient Boeotia, Greece Nisa Megaris, a city of ancient Megaris, Greece Nisa Lycia, an ancient city now in Turkey Nisa, Iran, a village in Hormozgan Province, Iran Nisa, Portugal, a municipali ...

                                               

AER

Albumin Excretion Rate Agranular endoplasmic reticulum, a cell organelle Apical ectodermal ridge, critical component of vertebrate limb development Aerides, an orchid genus, abbreviated Aer

                                               

Provincial council

Provincial council may refer to: Ecclesiastical Provincial councils in Catholicism, a local ecclesiastical synod Governmental Provincial councils of Sri Lanka, government bodies for the nine provinces of Sri Lanka Provincial council South Africa, ...

                                               

Godthaab (1898)

S/S Godthaab was built in 1897–98 at C. Christensen ship yard, Sandefjord, Norway, for the Royal Greenland Trading Department and was the companys first steam ship. The main task for the ship was sailing on the east Greenland settlement Angmassal ...

                                               

Goose (disambiguation)

Sheldgoose, birds in the subfamily Tadorninae One of several wild bird species in the family Anatidae Magpie goose, bird in the closely related family Anseranatidae Pygmy goose, birds in the genus Nettapus in the subfamily Anatinae Spur-winged go ...

                                               

Danish withdrawal from the European Union

Danish withdrawal from the European Union refers to the hypothesis that Denmark might leave the EU. Withdrawal is advocated by Danish Eurosceptics and opposed by Danish Pro-Europeanists: each of these groups spans the political spectrum. The imme ...

                                               

Carlos Morales

Carlos Luis Morales born 1965, Ecuadorian association football goalkeeper Carlos Morales footballer, born 1979, Mexican association football player Carlos Morales soccer, born 1982 born 1982, Puerto Rican association football player Carlos Morale ...

                                               

Brazil–Guinea-Bissau relations

Brazil – Guinea-Bissau relations refer to the bilateral relations between the Federative Republic of Brazil and the Republic of Guinea-Bissau. Both nations are members of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries.

                                               

National Lyceum Kwame NKrumah

The National Lyceum Kwame NKrumah is a Bissau-Guinean educational institution, based in Bissau, the countrys capital. It is the oldest public secondary education institution and one of the most respected in Guinea-Bissau.

                                               

Mohamed Lamine

Mohamed Lamine may refer to: Mohamed Lamine Traore also known as Mamadou Lamine Traore 1947–2007, Malian politician and President of the Movement for the Independence, Renaissance, and Integration of Africa MIRIA political party Mohamed Lamine Sa ...

                                               

Antonio Monteiro

Antonio Monteiro is the name of: Antonio Monteiro, Texas video gamer owning the currently biggest video game collection in the world. Antonio Isaac Monteiro, former foreign minister of Guinea-Bissau Antonio Monteiro canoeist born 1972, Portuguese ...

                                               

PRS

PRS, an abbreviation of Polygenic risk score, a method of estimating a trait from the effects of multiple genetic loci Peripheral Reflex System, an implementation of autonomous peripheral operations in microcontrollers Procedural reasoning system ...

                                               

Governor Thomson

Governor Thomson may refer to: Graeme Thomson, Governor of British Guiana from 1923 to 1925, Governor of Nigeria from 1925 to 1931, and 26th Governor of British Ceylon from 1931 to 1933 Charles Antoine François Thomson, Governor of Cochinchina fr ...

                                               

Governor Jackson

Governor Jackson may refer to: Stanley Jackson 1870–1947, Governor of Bengal from 1927 to 1932 William Jackson British Army officer 1917–1999, Governor of Gibraltar from 1978 to 1982 James Jackson Georgia politician 1757–1806, 23rd Governor of Ge ...

                                               

Governor Grey

Governor Grey or Gray may refer to: Isaac P. Gray 1828–1895, 18th and 20th Governor of the U.S. state of Indiana George Grey 1812–1898, Governor of South Australia from 1841 to 1845, Governor of New Zealand 1845 to 1854 and from 1861 to 1868, and ...

                                               

Guyana Botanical Gardens

Guyana Botanical Gardens is a tropical botanical garden in Georgetown, Guyana. It is next to the Guyana Zoo and Castellani House. It includes the Seven Ponds the Place of Heroes, which is the burial sites of Governor General David Rose in a separ ...

                                               

Deolatchmee Ramotar

Deolatchmee Ramotar is a retired Guyanese accountant who was the First Lady of Guyana from 2011 to 2015. She was born Deolatchmee Ramdular on 29 July 1949. Her spouse, Donald Ramotar, was the 7th President of Guyana. They were married in 1974.

                                               

John Percy Leon Lewis

John Percy Leon Lewis was a Guyanan military officer who died during the COVID-19 pandemic. Lewis had also been president of the Guyana Rugby Football Union. He is believed to have been Guyanas sixth coronavirus victim, dying a few days after his ...

                                               

Burnham

In Canada: Burnham, Saskatchewan In England: Burnham, Buckinghamshire Burnham railway station Burnham Grammar School Burnham F.C. football team E-ACT Burnham Park Academy Burnham-on-Crouch in Essex Burnham Ramblers F.C. football team Burnham Beec ...

                                               

Casa de la Moneda

Casa de la Moneda or Casa de Moneda is Spanish for mint and is the name of many buildings and institutions: Casa de la Moneda in Mariquita, Tolima, Colombia, 150 km north-west of Bogota Casa de Moneda de Jubia, Spain The Casa de la Moneda in Ciud ...

                                               

Cortes

Cortês, a municipality in Pernambuco, Brazil Cortes Island, an island in British Columbia, Canada Cortes Department, a department in Honduras Cortes de Aragon, Teruel, a municipality in the province of Teruel, Aragon, Spain Cortes, Aberdeenshire, ...

                                               

San Sebastian (disambiguation)

San Sebastian, Aragua, a city in Venezuela San Sebastian Bay, Argentina San Sebastian, Tierra del Fuego, a settlement in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina San Sebastian Airport Chile San Sebastian, Comayagua, a municipality in Honduras San Sebastian, L ...