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Oberamt (Wurttemberg)

Oberamt was the designation of an administrative division of Wurttembergs administrative unit introduced in 1758 instead of Amt, which was in use until 1934. After the seizure of power the upper offices were renamed with the Kreisordnung of Wurtt ...

                                               

Chile–Venezuela relations

Chile–Venezuela relations refers to the diplomatic relations between the Republic of Chile and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. Both nations are members of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States, Latin American Integration Asso ...

                                               

Archimedes (disambiguation)

Given name Arquimedez Pozo born 1973, Dominican baseball player Archimedes of Tralles, ancient Greek writer Archimedes Patti 1913–1998, American intelligence officer Archimedes Trajano 1956–1977, Filipino torture victim Archimedes Russell 1840–19 ...

                                               

Minister of Consumer Affairs (New Zealand)

The Minister of Consumer Affairs was a minister in the government of New Zealand with the responsibilities including corporate law and governance, financial markets, competition policy, consumer policy, protecting intellectual property, and trade ...

                                               

Camilla Frydan

Camilla Frydan, birthname Herzl, married name Friedmann, pseudonym Herzer, was an Austrian pianist, soubrette singer, composer and song writer. She performed in operettas and revues in Vienna and Berlin before she was forced to emigrate to the Un ...

                                               

Charles Young (Australian politician)

Charles Young was a politician in colonial Victoria, Australia. He was a member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly from 1874 to 1892, representing the electorates of Kyneton Boroughs and Electoral district of Kyneton. Young was born at Belfast ...

                                               

Military Affairs (magazine)

"Military Affairs" was a popular Russian-language military magazine on military affairs, the press organ of the Peoples Commissariat for Military and Naval Affairs on the part of the General Staff. It was published once a week. Until 1920, it was ...

                                               

Joyeeta Foundation

Joyeeta Foundation is a Bangladesh government foundation under the Ministry of Women and Children Affairs that provides financing and support to women entrepreneurs.

                                               

Mansong

The map alongside shows the Kalimpong Sadar subdivision of Kalimpong district. Physiographically, this area forms the Kalimpong Range, with the average elevation varying from 300 to 3.000 metres 980 to 9.840 ft. This region is characterized by ab ...

                                               

Rukuhia

Rukuhia is a rural community in the Waipa District and Waikato region of New Zealands North Island. It is located just south of the Hamilton suburb of Glenview, west of the Waikato District town of Tamahere and north of the Waipa towns of Ohaupo ...

                                               

Kiwitahi

Kiwitahi is a rural community in the Matamata-Piako District and Waikato region of New Zealands North Island, located directly south of Morrinsville. The community has a school and a local hall that accommodates up to 120 people.

                                               

Brazil–Hungary relations

Brazil–Hungary relations refers to the diplomatic relations between the Federative Republic of Brazil and Hungary. Both nations enjoy friendly relations, the importance of which centres on the history of Hungarian immigration to Brazil. Approxima ...

                                               

Cabinet de Broglie II (France)

The Second Cabinet of Albert de Broglie is the 57th cabinet of France and the fifth of the Third Republic, seating from 26 November 1873 to 22 May 1874, headed by Albert de Broglie as Vice-President of the Council of Ministers and Minister of Int ...

                                               

Ngāhinapōuri

Ngāhinapōuri is a rural community in the Waipa District and Waikato region of New Zealands North Island. It is located on State Highway 39, between Whatawhata and Pirongia. The rural area of Koromatua is located to the north, near the Hamilton su ...

                                               

Hautapu

Hautapu is a township in the Waipa District and Waikato region of New Zealands North Island, located just north of Cambridge across State Highway 1. The area was identified as the Hautapu Parish on a militia farm map published in 1864 during the ...

                                               

Romania–Iran relations

Romania–Iran relations are foreign, economic and cultural relations between Romania and Iran. Romania has an embassy in Tehran. Iran has an embassy in Bucharest.

                                               

Oskar Kaul

Kaul was born in 1885 as the son of the chemist Alexander Kaul 1845-1913 and Clara Hoffmanns b. 1855 in Upper Bavaria, Bruckmuhl community. After elementary school he attended a Humanistisches Gymnasium in Cologne, then in 1905 he went to study m ...

                                               

Yamaha (disambiguation)

Yamaha may refer to: Yamaha Pro Audio, a Japanese company specializing in products for the professional audio market Yamaha Music Foundation, an organization established by the authority of Japanese Ministry of Education for the purpose of promot ...

                                               

Savo Fatic

Savo Fatic was a Montenegrin and Yugoslav jurist. He served as a Vice President of the Podgorica Assembly in 1918 and the first President of the Supreme Court of Montenegro from 1945 to 1946.

                                               

Ministry of Transport and Public Works (Uruguay)

The Ministry of Transport and Public Works of Uruguay is a ministry of the Government of Uruguay that is responsible for the development and planning of public infrastructure works in order to promote national development. The Ministry is headqua ...

                                               

Manawaru

Manawaru or Manawarū is a rural community in the Matamata-Piako District and Waikato region of New Zealands North Island. It is located south-east of Te Aroha and north-east of Ngarua, and includes part of the Waihou River and some of the foothil ...

                                               

MCM

Thousand circular mils or kcmil, the wire gauge is equivalent cross sectional area 500 MCM = 500.000 circular mils Million cubic metre, the unit of volume

                                               

Ministry of Finance (Maldives)

Ahmed Munawar, 22 June 2016 to 15 November 2018 Al Ameer Mohamed Nooruddin, 7 July 1976 to 11 November 1978 Summuvul Ameer Mohamed Amin Doshimeynaa Kileygefaanu, 18 January 1942 to 31 December 1952 Maumoon Abdul Gayyoom, 11 November 1978 to 5 Jan ...

                                               

Bernard J. Quinn

Monsignor Bernard J. Quinn was an American Catholic priest. He is known for his humanitarian work with African-Americans in New York. He is currently a candidate for sainthood, which would make him the first person from Brooklyn to be made a cano ...

                                               

Matiere

Matiere is a rural community in the Ruapehu District and Manawatū-Whanganui Region of New Zealands North Island. European settlers arrived in the early 1900s, establishing the Matiere School in 1906. The settlement is now a ghost town, consisting ...

                                               

Lloyds Building, Colombo

Lloyds Building is a prominent five-storey 19th century building located on Sir Baron Jayatilaka Mawatha, Colombo Fort. The building was constructed in 1908 and originally named the Freudenberg Building. It was designed by Edward Skinner and cons ...

                                               

Alexey Manikovsky

Alexey Alekseevich Manikovsky was artillery general. He served in the Russian Imperial Army and later defected to the Bolsheviks, joining the Red Army. He interim director of the War Ministry of the Provisional Government. Head of the Artillery A ...

                                               

Aigantighe Art Gallery

Aigantighe Art Gallery is an art gallery located in Timaru, New Zealand. It was established in 1956 and holds the South Islands third-largest public art museum collection. It also features a sculpture garden with work from New Zealand and interna ...

                                               

Matahi

The valley is the rohe tribal area of the Tuhoe people. It has several marae: Whakarae Marae and Toi te Huatahi house, affiliated with Whakatāne Hapū and Ngāi Tama, established in 1930 Matahi Marae and Te Huinga ō te Kura house, affiliated with N ...

                                               

Zivorad Nastasijevic

He was born into a family where his brothers included artists, Momcilo Nastasijevic, Slavomir Nastasijevic, and Svetomir Nastasijevic. Their father, Nikola Lazarevic, moved with his mother from Ohrid to Brusnica as a six-year-old. In gratitude to ...

                                               

Janina Strzembosz

Janina Strzembosz was a Polish dancer, choreographer, teacher, publicist, pianist, conductor and director, and one of the most acclaimed personas in Polish dance of the 20th century. A pupil of Isadora Duncan, Strzembosz herself taught several ge ...

                                               

Vasantrao Oak

Vasantrao Oak was one of the earliest pracharaks and leaders of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Hindu Nationalist organisation in India. In October 1946, Oak along with Dadarao Parmarth and Krishna Paranjape established first shakhas, daily meetups ...

                                               

Group of Inspectors General

The Group of Inspectors General of the Ministry of Defense of the Soviet Union, colloquially known as the paradise group, was a body of the Soviet Ministry of Defense established in 1958. A sinecure position for semi-retired senior officers, the ...

                                               

List of County Governors of Vestland

This is a list of the County Governors of Vestland county in Norway. The office of County Governor is a government agency of the Kingdom of Norway. The title was Amtmann and then Fylkesmann. The County Governor of Vestland is a position that was ...

                                               

Sybille Pantazzi

Sybille Oltea Yvonne Pantazzi was a Canadian librarian, bibliophile and writer. She was librarian of The Edward P. Taylor Library & Archives of the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto for 32 years, where she curated its collection of books. Besides ...

                                               

Band of the Dzerzhinsky Division

The Band of the Separate Operational Purpose Division or the Band of the Dzerzhinsky Division is a military band of the National Guard Forces Command of the Rosgvardia. It is part of the Military Band Service of the National Guard of Russia. It i ...

                                               

Railway houses

The Railways Department, since the 1880s, had provided housing for its workforce. However, after World War I there was growing demand for housing and by the 1900s, the Railways faced serious housing shortages for its workers. The scheme was led b ...

                                               

Directorate of State Archives

In Turkey, the Directorate of State Archives was established in 1984 as an institution according to the Prime Ministry Organization Law No. 3056 to control the Republic Archives, Ottoman Archives and Departmental Documentations.

                                               

Springdale, New Zealand

Springdale is a rural community in the Matamata-Piako District and Waikato region of New Zealands North Island. It is located north-west of Tatuanui, north of Morrinsville and east of Tahuna near State Highway 27. The area was very swampy in the ...

                                               

National Culture Fund of Poland

The National Culture Fund was a Polish state foundation with headquarters in Warsaw, operating in the Second Polish Republic, between 1928–1939 and later during the war with the support of the Polish government in exile. The Fund was subordinated ...

                                               

Abdel Mohsen Shalash

Hajj Abdel Mohsen Aboud Saeed Hajim Shalash is an Iraqi politician who was born in Najaf and held various positions during the monarchy in Iraq. During the monarchy, he established a tramway between Kufa and Najaf in collaboration with Jawad Kalidar.

                                               

Yuri Kuplyakov

Yuri Viktorovich Kuplyakov was a Soviet diplomat. He served in various embassies over a career spanning 35 years, culminating in the position of Ambassador of the Soviet Union to Nigeria between 1985 and 1990.

                                               

French Federation of Baseball and Softball

The French Federation of Baseball and Softball is an authority managing baseball and softball in France. It also manages cricket in a committee founded by an independent affiliated association, France Cricket. The FFBS was founded in October 1924 ...

                                               

Ministry of Public Health (Uruguay)

The Ministry of Public Health is the ministry of the Government of Uruguay responsible for establishing public health policies and strategies, in order to contribute to the improvement of the health of the inhabitants of the Nation. The ministrys ...

                                               

Madras Sappers Military Band

The Madras Sappers Military Band is one of the close to 50 Indian Army regimental bands, serving as part of the Madras Engineer Group in Bangalore. It was raised in 1951 with 30 bandsmen in its ranks. Lance Havildar Peter was the first bandmaster ...

                                               

Cezmi Guner Omay

Associate professor Brigadier General Cezmi Guner Omay, son of Pakize Erturk Omay and teacher Ahmet Hazmi Omay, was born in Kemaliye, Elazığ in 1935.His parents are from Ağın. He started primary school in Erzincan Inonu Primary School where his f ...

                                               

Che Hongcai

Che Hongcai is a Chinese linguist, professor of the Communication University of China, specialising in Pashto language. He is known as the editor in chief of the first Pashto-Chinese dictionary.

                                               

Ministry of Transport (Argentina)

The Ministry of Transport of Argentina is a ministry of the national executive power that manages issues pertaining to land, air and sea transportation within the countrys limits. First founded in 1949, the Ministry was most recently split off fr ...

                                               

Walentyna Janta-Polczynska

Walentyna Janta-Polczynska was the last surviving member of the Polish government-in-exile during the Second World War, and a founder of the Polish wartime resistance radio station Swit. An awardee of the Officers Cross of the Order of Merit of t ...

                                               

Kathleen Redding Adams

Kathleen Redding Adams was a teacher both in Atlanta Public Schools and at the Carrie Steele Pitts Home, which was a home for orphans, as well as a prominent member of the First Congregational Church in Atlanta.