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Mispillion

Mispillion may refer to: Geography Mispillion Hundred, an unincorporated subdivision of Kent County, Delaware The Mispillion River in Delaware Buildings Mispillion Light, a lighthouse in Delaware Ships USS Mispillion AO-105, a fleet replenishment ...

                                               

Washoe County

Washoe County may refer to: Places Washoe County, Nevada Ships USS Washoe County LST-1165, a United States Navy landing ship tank in commission from 1953 to 1971. USNS Washoe County T-LST-1165, a United States Navy landing ship tank in non-commis ...

                                               

RRF

RRF may refer to: Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, an infantry regiment of the British Army Risk reduction factor Relentless Reckless Forever, seventh studio album of Finnish metal band Children of Bodom Reed Reactor Facility, a nuclear reactor Ribos ...

                                               

Mount Baker (disambiguation)

Mount Baker may refer to: Mt. Baker Ski Area located outside of Bellingham, Washington Mount Baker, Seattle, a neighborhood in Seattle Mount Baker, a volcano located in Washington, United States USS Mount Baker, either of two ships named after th ...

                                               

AAF

Albanian Armed Forces Afghan Air Force Army Air Field, an operating base for the United States Army Aviation Branch Auxiliary Air Force, the original name of the Royal Auxiliary Air Force of the United Kingdom Afghan Armed Forces United States Ar ...

                                               

Hund (card game)

Hund is a card game, which is especially common in Silesia but not well known in Germany. It is played between four players using a standard French pack of 52 cards. The aim of the game is to get rid of all ones cards as quickly as possible to on ...

                                               

TBT

tbt*, a free daily tabloid newspaper published by the Tampa Bay Times Throwback Thursday, a trend among users of social media sites to post or repost older photographs

                                               

ATIC

ATIC may refer to: Advanced Technology Investment Company, an investment company from Abu Dhabi, owned by Mubadala Development Company Air Technical Intelligence Center, a former incarnation 1951-1961 of the current American National Air and Spac ...

                                               

Leon Schreiber

Leon Amos Schreiber is a South African academic, author and Democratic Alliance politician currently serving as the Shadow Minister of Public Service and Administration since June 2019, and has served as a Member of the National Assembly of South ...

                                               

APAC

A-PAC, Australian Public Affairs Channel, a pay television news service Asia, Pacific and Africa Collections, British Library, a documents collection of the British Library in London, England

                                               

Sarah Ryglewski

Sarah Ryglewski is a German politician of the Social Democratic Party who has been serving as a member of the Bundestag from the state of Bremen since 2015. In 2019, she was appointed Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Finan ...

                                               

JSA

JSA may refer to: JavaScript for Automaton, a scripting language for macOS Japan Sumo Association Justice Society of America, a DC Comics superhero team Joint sales agreement Junior State of America, a student run political debate organization Je ...

                                               

PDK

Phi Delta Kappa, an organization for educators Democratic Party of Kosovo Albanian: Partia Demokratike e Kosoves, a political party in Kosovo The Christian Party Norwegian: PDK, Partiet De Kristne, a political party in Norway Party of Democratic ...

                                               

Prime Ministers Office (Australia)

The Prime Ministers Office, also known as the Office of the Prime Minister, is the private office of the Prime Minister of Australia which provides political advice and executive support to the Prime Minister. The PMO is led by the Prime Minister ...

                                               

Goshgar Tahmazli

Goshgar Ilahi oglu Tahmazli is the Chairman of the Food Safety Agency of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

                                               

Ali Huseynli

Ali Muhammed oglu Huseynli is a political figure, candidate of juridical sciences, member of the New Azerbaijan Party, assistant to the Chairman of the Milli Majlis of the Azerbaijan, Deputy of the Milli Majlis, member of the working groups on In ...

                                               

Joseph Pennington

Joseph S. Pennington is an American diplomat who is a Career Member of the Senior Foreign Service with the rank of Minister-Counselor and is the Senior Advisor to the Ambassador on U.S. Assistance to Ukraine. When Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch was ...

                                               

Mass (disambiguation)

Mass film, a 2004 Tollywood film starring Akkineni Nagarjuna The Masses, a socialist magazine published in the USA from 1911–1917 Mass novel, a 1973 novel by Filipino author F. Sionil Jose Mass media, communication channels which can reach huge n ...

                                               

Morteza Yazdi

Yazdi was born into a senior clerical family in 1907 in Yazd. His father was a senior cleric who contributed to the Persian Constitutional Revolution. Following death of his father, Ebrahim Hakimi served as his foster father. He studied medicine ...

                                               

Future Party

Future Party is the name of a number of unrelated political parties including: Future Party Israel, a political party in Israel Japan Future Party, a political party in Japan Future Party Turkey, a political party in Turkey Egypts Future Party, a ...

                                               

LVA

LVA is the abbreviation of: USS Liberty Veterans Association, association of former crewmen of USS Liberty Lake View Academy, a Seventh-Day Adventist boarding school in Bukidnon, Philippines lva, ISO 639-3 code for the Makuva language Library of ...

                                               

Gabriel Ramos (politician)

Gabriel Ramos is an American politician, currently serving as a member of the New Mexico Senate. Ramos represents the 28th district, which includes Socorro, Glenwood, and Silver City.

                                               

Debra M. Sariñana

Debra M. Sariñana is an American educator and politician, currently serving as a member of the New Mexico House of Representatives from the 21st district, which includes a portion of Bernalillo County.

                                               

Yaffa Ben-Ari

Yaffa Ben-Ari is the Israeli Ambassador to Japan, effective November 2017. Before that, she was Deputy Director-General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as Head of the Economic Affairs Division. Ben-Ari was also Ambassador to Serbia and Montene ...

                                               

EDP

EDP Sciences, a French publisher Eastern Daily Press, a UK regional newspaper

                                               

Leu

Lineside Electronics Unit, a component of the European Train Control System Leu, abbreviation for Leucine, an amino acid Low-enriched uranium, uranium that is enriched but to less than 20% U-235

                                               

FPN

FPN may mean: Fixed penalty notice Faculty of Political Science in Sarajevo Bosnian: Fakultet politickih nauka u Sarajevu Ferroportin Federated portal network Feldpost number Fixed-pattern noise Family nurse practitioner Filtered-popping network ...

                                               

DS

DS may refer to: Dunajska Streda, a town in Slovakia using the car registration DS DS, linguistic glossing abbreviation for "different subject" in switch-reference Enchiridion symbolorum, definitionum et declarationum de rebus fidei et morum, boo ...

                                               

Na straz

Na straz is a Czech and Slovak phrase associated with far-right politics in Slovakia. During the era of the Slovak State, the phrase was used informally as a greeting by Hlinka Guard members. Marian Kotleba habitually employed the phrase during h ...

                                               

SLS

Sydney Law School, the law faculty of the University of Sydney St. Lukes School disambiguation Symbiosis Law School, a law college in India Stanford Law School, a graduate school of Stanford University, California, U.S. Same language subtitling, ...

                                               

Direction

Direction may refer to: Relative direction, for instance left, right, forward, backwards, up, and down Anatomical terms of location for those used in anatomy Cardinal direction

                                               

HID

Human interface device, a computer device that interacts with humans Hardware interface design, a cross-disciplinary design field that shapes the physical connection between people and technology Helium ionization detector Human-implantable devic ...

                                               

Deetlefs du Toit

Nicolaas Deetlefs du Toit is a retired South African politician now residing in New Jersey, United States. Du Toit was born in Worcester in the former Cape Province, now the Western Cape. He attended and matriculated from Paarl Gimnasium in the n ...

                                               

Wamkele Keabetswe Mene

Wamkele Mene is the Secretary General of the African Continental Free Trade Area AfCFTA Secretariat. In February 2020, he was elected as the first Secretary General of the African Continental Free Trade Area Secretariat.

                                               

WPSA

WPSA may refer to: WPSA-LP, a low-power radio station in Wisconsin WPSA New York, a former student-run radio station at Paul Smiths College Womens Professional Soccer Association, American top-flight womens soccer league Western Political Science ...

                                               

UNF

UNF may refer to: Ungdomens Nykterhetsforbund, the youth organisation of the Swedish International Organisation of Good Templars, an international temperance organization Union Nacional Fascista or National Fascist Union, a fascist political part ...

                                               

Ernst Leuenberger

Ernst Leuenberger was a Swiss trade unionist and politician. He was a member of the National Council from 1983 to 1999, serving as president of the council in 1998, and a member of the Council of States from 1999 to 2009. He was a member of the S ...

                                               

FACT

Falsely Accused Carers and Teachers, a British support group First Atheist Church of True Science, founded by Michael Newdow Foundation for Art and Creative Technology, a multimedia complex in Liverpool, England Foundation for Advancement in Canc ...

                                               

Martin Bundi

Martin Bundi was a Swiss historian and politician. He was a member of the Swiss National Council from 1975 to 1995 and was the chamber’s President in 1985 and 1986. He was a native of the Canton of Grisons and a longtime member of the Social Demo ...

                                               

CNU

Chia Nan University of Pharmacy and Science, Tainan, Taiwan Chungnam National University, Daejeon, Korea Cebu Normal University, Cebu, Philippines Christopher Newport University, Newport News, Virginia, United States Cognitive Neurology Unit, Bet ...

                                               

NPP

New Patriotic Party, Ghana New Progressive Party South Korea National Peoples Party South Africa, a mostly-regional political party in South Africa National Progressive Party Finland Northern Peoples Party, Ghana National Progress Party of Armeni ...

                                               

Sompong Amornwiwat

Sompong Amornwiwat was born on 3 July 1941. He is the younger brother of Police General Sawat Amornwiwat, a former Chief of Police. He graduated from primary and secondary education at Amnuay Silpa School and holds a Bachelor of Business Administ ...

                                               

SGA

SGA may refer to: Segesterone acetate, a progestin medication Schwarz-Gelbe Allianz Black-Yellow Alliance, an Austrian political party Old Irish language ISO 639-3 code Songwriters Guild of America, an organization to help "advance, promote, and ...

                                               

DGP

DGP may refer to: Digest Group Publications, an American game company "Data generating process", in statistics, either DGP gravity, in physics, a brane world model of the universe published by Dvali, Gabadadze and Poratti Deutsche Grenzpolizei, E ...

                                               

IPSA

Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority, a public body in the United Kingdom I. P. Sharp Associates, a Canadian company, creator of the IPSANET computer network International Political Science Association, a UNESCO scholarly association Int ...

                                               

Tamara Cohen

Cohen attended the University of Oxford where she studied for a Bachelor of Arts degree in history. Whilst at University, she spent some time working for United Nations Radio as a production assistant. In her final year, she was editor of The Oxf ...

                                               

United States and the League of Nations

Despite the United States never becoming an official member of the League of Nations, American individuals and organizations interacted with the League throughout its existence.

                                               

MIRCI

The Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement is a Canadian scholarly research and advocacy group for mothering-motherhood. MIRCI identifies its mandate as: A forum for the discussion and dissemination of research on motherhood ...

                                               

Kechara Soup Kitchen

Kechara Soup Kitchen is a non-profit organization operating in Malaysia. It provides food, healthcare, education and other facilities to the homeless. It was founded in 2006 by Tsem Tulku Rinpoche. Apart from the Soup Kitchen, KSK also has other ...

                                               

Pittsburg

Pittsburg Island, Ontario Pittsburg, British Columbia