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El Hijo del Pantera

El Hijo del Pantera is a Mexican luchador. His real name is not a matter of public record, as is often the case with masked wrestlers in Mexico, where their private lives are kept a secret from the wrestling fans. El Hijo del Pantera is the cousi ...

                                               

Mascara Divina

Mascara Divina, is the ring name of a Mexican Luchador enmascarado, or masked professional wrestler. He is best known for appearing in the Asistencia Asesoria y Administracion promotion. Mascara Divina has worked under various ring names such as ...

                                               

Heroina

Heroina can mean: the Spanish and Portuguese word for heroine and heroin Heroina magazine, a Yugoslav and Croatian music magazine Heroina album, by Colombian singer-songwriter Nina Rodriguez, released in 2017 Heroina ship, a privately owned friga ...

                                               

St. Hildas

Argentina St Hildas College Buenos Aires, is a private day school located in Hurlingham, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Australia St Hildas School, an Anglican day and boarding school for girls from Reception to Year 12, located in the suburb of Southp ...

                                               

Soho (disambiguation)

Argentina Palermo Soho, a neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Argentina Australia South Hobart, Tasmania, "SoHo Village" Hong Kong Soho, Hong Kong," South of Hollywood Road” in Central district Republic of Ireland Soho, County Westmeath, a townland Uni ...

                                               

Campanario

Campanario, Badajoz, a town in Extremadura, Spain Proyecto Campanario, a private biological station and wildlife reserve in the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica El Campanario y Oradel, Tamaulipas, a city in the municipality of Nuevo Laredo, Mexico Campa ...

                                               

Kasusu

Kasusu lies within the city of Fort Portal, approximately 4 kilometres 2 mi, by road, south of the central business district, along the Fort Portal–Kasese–Mpondwe Road. The geographical coordinates of Kasusu are:0°3726.0"N, 30°1525.0"E Latitude:0 ...

                                               

Woolworth

Woolworths South Africa, one of the largest South African retail and supermarket chain stores; named after the American F.W. Woolworth company, but unrelated

                                               

Lu Wei (diver)

Lu Wei was a Chinese diver who competed in womens 10-metre platform. She was the gold medalist at the 1982 Asian Games, 1983 Summer Universiade, 1985 Summer Universiade, 1986 Asian Games, and 1987 Summer Universiade. She missed the 1984 Summer Ol ...

                                               

Pamela Malhotra

Pamela Gale Malhotra is an American animal sanctuary owner who lives in India. She was awarded Indias highest award for women, the Nari Shakti Puraskar for her work at the SAI Sanctuary.

                                               

Jacques Calvet

Calvet earned a degree from Sciences Po after attending the school from 1955 to 1957. He studied alongside Eduoard Balladur. He joined the Court of Audit in 1957. From 1959 to 1974, he served in various ministerial offices in the cabinet of Valer ...

                                               

Jean-Marc Ollagnier

Born in Lyon, Jean-Marc Ollagnier is the son of a pneumologist and a general practitioner. An engineer by training, he graduated from Telecom Paris in 1985, with a specialization in computer science.

                                               

WU

Webster University, Missouri, US University of Warsaw, Poland The World University, Arizona, US Willamette University, Oregon, US Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, US Washburn University, Kansas, US Waynesburg University, Pennsylvania ...

                                               

East India Company (disambiguation)

The East India Company, also known as the English East India Company, the British East India Company, and the Honourable East India Company, was an English and later British trading company that grew to rule large portions of Colonial India befor ...

                                               

Commercial Union

Commercial Union was established following a conflagration near London Bridge in 1861, known as the Great Tooley Street Fire, which destroyed a number of warehouses and wharves along the River Thames as a result of which the fire insurance compan ...

                                               

Ding (company)

Ding is an international mobile recharge service, allowing users to send mobile top-up to friends and family in over 140 countries and across more than 500 global operators.

                                               

Family Express

Family Express is a privately-held United States convenience store chain headquartered in Valparaiso, Indiana, with more than 70 locations across northern and central Indiana. Family Express is known for its pursuit of vertical integration, follo ...

                                               

West Side

West Belfast, Northern Ireland West Side, Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland Westside, Birmingham England

                                               

Economy of Idaho

Gross state product for the state of Idaho in 2015 was.9 billion, and the per capita income based on 2015 GDP and 2015 population estimates was.100. Idaho is an important agricultural state, producing nearly one-third of the potatoes grown in the ...

                                               

La Posada de Santa Fe

In 1882, merchant Abraham Staab built a three-story French Second Empire-style mansion in the heart of Santa Fe. It was the first brick mansion in Santa Fe. The property was home for Staab, his wife and their six children. Some accounts claim tha ...

                                               

OEC

OEC may refer to: Oxygen evolving complex, a water oxidizing enzyme .OEC, the file format for OE-Cake!, a fluid physics software application Olfactory ensheathing cells, a type of glial cell found in the nervous system Outdoor Emergency Care, a c ...

                                               

Horace Smith

Horace Smith may refer to: Horace B. Smith 1826–1888, U.S. Representative from New York Dennis Smith New Zealand cricketer Horace Dennis Smith, 1913–1986, New Zealand cricketer Horace Smith poet 1779–1849, English poet and novelist Horace Percy S ...

                                               

David Shaw

David or Davie Shaw may refer to: David Shaw writer 1943–2005, American journalist for the Los Angeles Times David Shaw cricketer born 1967, former English cricketer David Shaw diver 1954–2005, Australian scuba diver David Shaw ice hockey born 19 ...

                                               

PFS

Prefrontal synthesis, in neurology, the conscious purposeful process of synthesizing novel mental images Patellofemoral syndrome, a type of knee disorder Progression-free survival, time without tumor progression in oncology Prefilled syringe, a s ...

                                               

Brutally Young

Brutally Young is a crime and detective television drama produced by TVB. It stars Shaun Tam, Mandy Wong, Joel Chan and Vivien Yeo. Simon Wong Wai-yan serves as the producer.

                                               

CIMA

Canadian Independent Music Association, formerly the Canadian Independent Record Production Association Center for International Media Assistance, a media development organization in Washington, DC. Channel Industries Mutual Aid, Channel Industri ...

                                               

Oversight

Regulation – rulemaking Checks and controls over a particular body or institution Separation of powers in state governance checks and balances - the concept of separate branches of government or agencies exercising authority over one another Over ...

                                               

Anan

Anan, Nagano, a town located in Shimoina District, Nagano, Japan Anan, Haute-Garonne, a commune in the Haute-Garonne departement, in France Anan, Tokushima 阿南, a city in Tokushima, Japan

                                               

CFF

CFF may refer to: Cafunfo Airport, an Angolan airport with this IATA code. Chicago Fringe Festival, an annual Chicago performing arts festival showcasing traditional and non-traditional performances. Chemins de fer federaux suisses, the Swiss Fed ...

                                               

Norbert Moutier

Norbert George Moutier was a French publisher, writer, director, and actor. A professional filmmaker, Moutier had a passion for Z movies, similar to those of Jean Rollin and William Lustig.

                                               

National Audit Office

National Audit Office may refer to audit authorities of various national governments: Court of Audit France French: Cour des comptes, the Court of Audit in France, established in 1807 National Audit Office United Kingdom, parliamentary body, esta ...

                                               

OConnell & anor v The Turf Club

OConnell & anor v The Turf Club, 2 IR 43 is an Irish Supreme Court case which explored the scope of judicial Review in Ireland. It addressed whether the decisions of a sports organizing body should be amenable to judicial review. In deciding that ...

                                               

Designated Professional Body

According to the UK Financial Conduct Authority, a dedicated professional body is one designated by the Treasury under section 326 of the Act for the purposes of the Act. The following professional bodies have been designated in the Financial Ser ...

                                               

IPCC (disambiguation)

IPCC, or Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, is a scientific body under the auspices of the United Nations. IPCC may also refer to: Irish Peatland Conservation Council Independent Police Complaints Commission, of England and Wales Integrat ...

                                               

AIB

Accident Investigation Bureau, several organisations Anti-inflation Board, Canada Accountant in Bankruptcy, Scotland Accidents Investigation Branch, predecessor of the UKs Air Accidents Investigation Branch American Institute of Bisexuality Assoc ...

                                               

CICA

CICA may refer to: Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse or Ryan Commission, Ireland, 1999-2009 ASC X12#Context Inspired Component Architecture, a data architecture Standard Conference on Interaction and Confidence-Building Measures in Asia call ...

                                               

Anthony Clarke

Anthony or Tony Clarke may refer to: Anthony Clarke, Baron Clarke of Stone-cum-Ebony born 1943, English judge Anthony Clarke, Baron Clarke of Hampstead or Tony Clarke born 1932, British trade unionist and Labour peer Anto Clarke born 1944, Irish ...

                                               

Joseph Campbell (disambiguation)

Joseph Campbell was an American mythologist. Joseph or Joe Campbell may also refer to: Joe Campbell footballer, born 1925 1925–1980, Scottish footballer Joseph B. Campbell 1833 or 1836–1891, American politician from Alaska in the 1870s Joe Campbe ...

                                               

Benjamin McMahon

Benjamin McMahon was an Irish man of the 19th century. Emigrating to the Americas, he worked as an overseer on a Jamaica slave plantation, and wrote an account of his experiences.

                                               

Selina Cartmell

Cartmell was born in the Lake District, UK. Her mother Annie worked as a midwife and her father Gordon is a retired accountant, and she has three older brothers. She holds MA Distinction from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in Advanc ...

                                               

ISCA

ISCA or Isca may refer to: ISCA, a four letter abbreviation which may be one of: Israeli Students Combating Antisemitism International Symposium on Computer Architecture International Society of Copier Artists Islamic Supreme Council of America I ...

                                               

Mouli

Mouli Ganguly born 1975, Indian actress in Hindi and Bengali cinema Surya Prashant Mouli born 1996, Indian accountant. T. S. B. K. Moulee, Indian film director and actor Samuel "Mouli" Cohen born 1958, Israeli entrepreneur Rama Chandra Mouli born ...

                                               

Henry Shaw

Henry Shaw may refer to: Henry Shaw cricketer 1854–1932, English cricketer Henry Shaw antiquary 1800–1873, English architectural draughtsman, engraver, and illuminator Henry Marchmore Shaw 1819–1864, congressman from North Carolina Josh Billings ...

                                               

Charles James

Charles James may refer to: Charles James rugby league 1891–1917, New Zealand rugby league footballer Charles Tillinghast James 1805–1862, U.S. Senator from Rhode Island Charles James footballer 1882–1960, footballer for Stoke Charles James MP 18 ...

                                               

CGA

Canadian Gemmological Association Controller General of Accounts of Pakistan United States Coast Guard Academy, the military academy of the US Coast Guard Cyngor y Gweithlu Addysg, the Education Workforce Council of Wales Connecticut General Asse ...

                                               

Littlejohn

Bel Littlejohn, a character created by British satirist Craig Brown Littlejohn, a novel by Howard Owen. William Harper Littlejohn, a fictional character in the Doc Savage universe

                                               

Tofa Siaosi

Tuatagaloa Tofa Siaosi was a Western Samoan politician. He served as a member of the Legislative Assembly from 1967 until 1973 and was Minister of Finance between 1970 and 1973.

                                               

Hugh Williams (disambiguation)

Hugh Williams was an English actor and dramatist. Hugh Williams may also refer to: Hugh Williams judge born 1939, New Zealand judge Hugh Williams of Chester c. 1694–1742, Member of Parliament for Anglesey Hugh Bonneville born 1963, English actor, ...

                                               

Ahmed Abdullahi Sumaila

Ahmed Abdullahi Sumaila is a Nigerian lawyer and counsel to the Central Bank of Nigeria in some of its most infamous garnishee order cases. In 2018, he, urged customers to report any bank that sells above N360 to Ahmed Abdullahi Sumaila is a Nige ...

                                               

ICAP

Inter exchange Client Address Protocol for Ethereum platform Internet Content Adaptation Protocol, a lightweight HTTP-like protocol ICAP/4, analog circuit emulation software