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Headquarters House

Headquarters House may refer to: in Hong Kong Headquarters House Hong Kong, Commander of British Forces Hong Kong in Jamaica Headquarters House, Kingston, Jamaica, head office of the Jamaica National Heritage Trust in the United States by state G ...

                                               

Margaret Jobson

Jobson was born in Manchester Parish. She graduated from the University of the West Indies. From 1977 to 1978, she was a research assistant at the Institute of Jamaica. From 1978 to 1980, she headed the language training center in the Ministry of ...

                                               

Second Su cabinet

Su Tseng-chang was appointed to the premiership on 14 January 2019 by President Tsai Ing-wen. He succeeded William Lai, who had resigned in response to the Democratic Progressive Partys poor performance in the 2018 Taiwanese local elections. This ...

                                               

2020 in aviation

14 April The Government of South Africa refuses a request by South African Airways for R10 billion in emergency funding needed to continue operation of the airline, which was already insolvent and undergoing business rescue when all flights were ...

                                               

Conseil des travaux

The Conseil des travaux was formed in 1831 in the Ministry of the Navy to examine projects relating to warship construction and dockyard infrastructure. It was composed of at least 18 members throughout its existence and included senior represent ...

                                               

Bonaventure Luthen

Bonaventure Luthen, S.D.S., was a founding member of the Society of the Divine Savior, commonly called the Salvatorians, and a close collaborator of Venerable Francis Mary of the Cross Jordan. The cause for his beatification was introduced in 1943.

                                               

IAF

International Aikido Federation, a world governing body for the sport of Aikido Inter-American Foundation, an independent agency of the United States government International Astronautical Federation, an international space advocacy organisation ...

                                               

Bahrain Defence Forces Music Band

The band was created on 26 July 1969 with 52 members under the Military Training Center. It was originally referred to as the Music Wing. In 1971, the first class of music students graduated and the Music Wing became independent from the training ...

                                               

Altai Kolginov

Kolginov was born in 1978, in the village of Abai in the Turkistan Region of the Kazakh SSR into a large family. In 2000, he served in the army. In 2001, he worked as the chief specialist, acting in the personnel department of the Central Office ...

                                               

GEMA

Gema or GEMA may refer to: Organizations Georgia Emergency Management Agency GEMA Gikuyu, Embu, and Meru Association GEMA, a Kenyan organisation Gas and Electricity Markets Authority GEMA in the United Kingdom GEMA German organization, a performa ...

                                               

Ciiru Waithaka

Ciiru Waweru Waithaka is a Kenyan serial entrepreneur who co-founded and is the CEO of FunKidz. She has been recognised as a role model as her company recycles timber in Kenya for school furniture. Her company empowers women and manufactures sust ...

                                               

Moses Rugut

Prof. Moses Kipngeno Rugutt is a Kenyan Research Scientist and the immediate former Chief Executive Officer of the National Commission for Science, Technology and Innovation Prof. Rugutt was appointed to the position in 2014 having served in othe ...

                                               

Nzioka Waita

Nzioka Siwadie Waita is a Kenyan advocate who has served as the 2nd Chief of Staff of Kenyas State House and Head of Kenyas Presidential Delivery Unit since 5 January 2018. He succeeded Joseph Kinyua, who is Kenyas Head of Public Service, at the ...

                                               

Atheists In Kenya Society

The Atheists In Kenya Society is an atheist organization, registered under the Societies Act in Kenya. It is the first non-religious society to be registered in the country. The society believes that the most reasonable conclusions are the ones t ...

                                               

Davy Kiprotich Koech

Prof. Davy Kiprotich Koech is a Kenyan scientist. He is currently the Chief Executive Officer Centre for Clinical & Molecular Sciences; Professor of Immunology & Molecular Medicine; Distinguished Professor, The Australian-Asian Institute of Civil ...

                                               

Joseph Manje

Joseph Wathigo Manje is a Kenyan politician, a teacher, and an entrepreneur, and currently the Member of Parliament for Kajiado North Constituency. in Kajiado County. He is a member of the ruling Jubilee Party under President Uhuru Kenyatta. He p ...

                                               

Kuwait Handball Association

The Kuwait Handball Association is the administrative and controlling body for handball and beach handball in State of Kuwait. KHA is a founder member of the Asian Handball Federation and member of the International Handball Federation since 1970 ...

                                               

LR

Lloyds Register, a technical and business services organisation and a maritime classification society The Republicans France Les Republicains, a political party in France Avianca Costa Rica, an airline, IATA airline code LR Lenoir–Rhyne Universit ...

                                               

NIA

NIA or Nia may refer to: SS Nia, a French steamship in service 1952–54 Nia fitness, a type of aerobic exercise Nia, a principle of Kwanza Nia fungus, a genus of marine fungi Nia given name, including a list of people and fictional characters Nia ...

                                               

Speaker of the House of Representatives

Speaker of the House of Representatives of Egypt Speaker of the Australian House of Representatives Speaker of the House of Representatives of Fiji Speaker of the House of Representatives of Liberia Speaker of the House of Representatives of Japa ...

                                               

Mayen Adetiba

Adetiba was born in 1954 in Nigeria. She initially wanted to be an accountant, but she then got interested in journalism. She worked on The Bar Beach Show and she was Lakunle Ojos wife in the Village Headmaster. She was in Kongis Harvest which we ...

                                               

Netra News

Netra News is a Sweden-based investigative and public interest journalism website primarily focusing on Bangladesh. The website was launched on December 26, 2019, by Tasneem Khalil, an exiled Bangladeshi journalist currently living in Sweden. It ...

                                               

Jahid Jahim

Yang Berhormat Datuk Jahid Jahim is a Malaysian politician from Sabah State Legislative Assembly of Tamparuli, Sabah. He was formerly in the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate. However, its party, the Sabah Unified Party, decid ...

                                               

Mujuthaaz Mohamed

Mujuthaaz started his career at Club Valencia before joining Club Eagles in 2015. Before moving to Maziya in 2018, Mujuthaaz was loaned out to Club Valencia with Ahmed Nashid and Sujan Perera for the 2017 Maldives FA Cup since Club Eagles failed ...

                                               

General Butler

General Butler may refer to: Matthew Calbraith Butler 1836-1909 Confederate General during the American Civil War, US senator and US General during the Spanish–American War. George Lee Butler born 1939, commander in chief, United States Strategic ...

                                               

Michael Scanlan (diplomat)

Michael Scanlan is an American diplomat who is the Head of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Mission to Moldova. He was appointed to that position and as the OSCE mediator to the Transdniestrian settlement process in July 2 ...

                                               

Nit

Network Investigative Technique, a form of malware or hacking employed by the FBI Nat unit, a logarithmic unit of information or entropy, sometimes called nit Head louse, sometimes known as nits Nit unit, a unit of luminance equivalent to one can ...

                                               

Biancheri

Biancheri is a surname of French or Italian origin. Notable people with the surname include: Gabriel Biancheri 1943–2010, French politician Henri Biancheri 1932–2019, French footballer Admiral Luigi Biancheri 1891–1950, Italian naval commander du ...

                                               

Governor Thompson

Governor Thompson may refer to: David P. Thompson 1834–1901, 6th Governor of Idaho Territory James Thompson civil servant 1848–1929, Acting Governor of Madras in 1904 James R. Thompson born 1936, 37th Governor of Illinois Tommy Thompson born 1941 ...

                                               

Governor Taylor

Governor Taylor may refer to: John Taylor South Carolina governor 1770–1832, 51st Governor of South Carolina Duncan Taylor diplomat born 1958, Governor of the Cayman Islands from 2010 to 2013 William S. Taylor Kentucky politician 1853–1928, 33rd ...

                                               

Governor Turner

Governor Turner may refer to: Charles Turner British Army officer died 1826, Governor-in-Chief of Sierra Leone from 1825 to 1826 Dan W. Turner 1877–1969, 25th Governor of Iowa Tomkyns Hilgrove Turner 1764–1843, Governor of Bermuda from 1826 to 18 ...

                                               

Governor Davis

Governor Davis may refer to: John W. Davis governor 1826–1907, Governor of Rhode Island Harry L. Davis 1878–1950, Governor of Ohio Edmund J. Davis 1827–1883, Governor of Texas Westmoreland Davis 1859–1942, Governor of Virginia George Whitefield D ...

                                               

Proclamation of Independence of Morocco

The Proclamation of Independence of Morocco, also translated as the Manifesto of Independence of Morocco or Proclamation of January 11, 1944, is a document in which Moroccan nationalists called for the independence of Morocco in its national enti ...

                                               

Hassan Abyaba

Hassan Abya is a cabinet member in the Moroccan government under Saad Eddine El Othmani. As of October 2019, He is the Moroccan Minister of Culture and Communication, the Minister of Youth and Sports, and the government spokesperson.

                                               

Office of the President

Office of the President can refer to: Office of the President of Croatia Office of the President of Burma Office of the President Taiwan Office of the President Nepal Office of the President of Kenya Presidential Office Building, Taipei Office of ...

                                               

Shearwater (disambiguation)

A shearwater is a long-winged seabird in the petrel family; it may also refer to: Places Shearwater, Nova Scotia, Canada Shearwater, British Columbia, Canada Shearwater, Tasmania, Australia CFB Shearwater, military base Shearwater Bay, Namibia Sh ...

                                               

Rehoboth

Rehoboth, the conventional English name for Rehovot, Israel Rehoboth Christian College, Perth, Western Australia Rehoboth Specialist Hospital, Nigeria

                                               

Solitaire (disambiguation)

Solitaire is any tabletop game which one can play by oneself, or a single-player game of concentration and skill using a set layout of tiles, pegs or stones. Solitaire may also refer to:

                                               

Plan (disambiguation)

A plan is a set of instructions for attaining a given objective. Plan or PLAN may also refer to: Planning cognitive, neurological processes involved in achieving a desired goal Planning, the organizational process of creating and maintaining a plan

                                               

Christine ǁHoebes

ǁHoebes was born in Okombahe but grew up in Witvlei. She attended school in Witvlei, Gobabis and Windhoek, and then completed a Basic Education Teacher Diploma at the Windhoek College of Education in 2001. She currently pursues distance education ...

                                               

Harold Reeve

Harold Hastings Reeve was an Australian public servant. He was briefly Administrator of Nauru in 1949, before joining the civil service in the Territory of Papua and New Guinea in 1950, where he held several senior positions until his retirement ...

                                               

NCC

National City Corporation, a leading US bank NCC Bank, a Bangladeshi bank National Certification Corporation, a nursing specialty certification company NCC AB, a Swedish construction company

                                               

1787 in Belgium

Prince-Bishop – Cesar-Constantin-François de Hoensbroeck

                                               

Djumhana Wiriaatmadja

Djumhana Wiriaatmadja was a Sundanese aristocrat, regent, politician, and diplomat. Born in Cianjur, Hilman entered law after finished studying in the Rechthogeschool. He began to work as a seconded employee in the district court of Bandung, and ...

                                               

North Head

North Head may mean or refer to: North Head, a promontory in the state of Washington, USA, north of the mouth of the Columbia River, the site of North Head Light North Head, New Zealand, a volcanic cone headland in North Shore City, New Zealand, ...

                                               

Council of Deputies

The Council of Deputies is a constitutional body in Samoa. Its members serve as Deputy O le Ao o le Malo and act as head of state when the O le Ao o le Malo is unable to fulfill their duties due to absence or incapacitation. The Council was estab ...

                                               

National Constituent Assembly

National Constituent Assembly may refer to: the Cambodia Constituent Assembly the Constituent Assembly of Italy the Constituent Assembly of Jammu and Kashmir the National Constituent Assembly France in France the Constituent Assembly of Luxembour ...

                                               

David Umaru

David Umaru is Nigerian Politician, He was the Senator representing Niger East Senatorial District of Niger State at the Nigerian 7th National Assembly and 8th National Assembly.

                                               

Aliyu Sabi Abdullahi

Aliyu Sabi Abdullahi is Nigerian Politician, He is the Senator representing Niger North Senatorial District of Niger State at the Nigerian 8th National Assembly and 9th National Assembly. He is the deputy chief whip at the Nigerian 9th National A ...

                                               

Muhammad Bima Enagi

Muhammad Bima Enagi is Nigerian Politician, He is the Senator representing Niger South Senatorial District of Niger State at the 9th National Assembly.