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Lemp

Lemp may refer to: Lemp Dill, a river in Hesse, Germany Lemp Mansion Lemp family, brewers in St. Louis, Missouri, and places named after them Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center Fritz-Julius Lemp 1913–1941, U-boat commander during World War II LEMP: Li ...

                                               

PWM

Pulse-width modulation, a technique for controlling the average power delivered by an electrical signal PWM window manager, a Unix-based X window manager Position weight matrix, a representation in motifs in biological sequences

                                               

Amadu Seidu (Ghanaian Member of Parliament)

Amadu Seidu is a Ghanaian member of parliament for Yapei-Kusawgu constituency in the Northern Region under the ticket of the National Democratic Congress.

                                               

Ignatius Baffour Awuah

He was born on 24 August 1966 in Nsoatre in Brong Ahafo region. He had his BSc in Administration- Accounting optional in the University of Ghana in 1992. He also had PGD in Admin IPMA in London, UK in 2006.

                                               

David Adakudugu

David Adakudugu is a Ghanaian politician and member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing the Tempane Constituency in the Upper East Region on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress.

                                               

Sanja Nanja

Sanja Nanja is a Ghanaian politician and member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing the Attebubu Amantin Constituency in the Brong Ahafo Region on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress.

                                               

Edward Oppong Marfo

Edward Oppong Marfo is a Ghanaian journalist with Citi FM and Citi TV. He is the Bureau chief for the Middle belt- Ashanti, Bono, Bono East and Ahafo Region at Citi FM and Citi TV.

                                               

Gabriel Kodwo Essilfie

Gabriel Kodwo Essilfie is a Ghanaian politician and member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing the Shama Constituency in the Western Region on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress.

                                               

General Legal Council

The General Legal Council is the body that regulates the Legal Profession in Ghana. It was set up in 1960 by an act of parliament. Its role was to oversee legal education and the legal profession in the country.

                                               

Nana Obokese Ampah

Nana Obokese Ampah is the Apagyehen of Asebu Traditional area of Central Region, Ghana. He is the Chief Executive Officer for a Year of Return Legacy Project, The Asebu Pan African Village Project. He is also the board chairman of the African Uni ...

                                               

Johannes Petrus Hoogenboom

Johannes Petrus Hoogenboom was a colonial administrator on the Gold Coast, who served as acting governor-general of the Dutch Gold Coast between 21 July 1807 and his death on 4 August 1808.

                                               

Friedrich Karl Henkel

Fritz Henkel was born as the fifth child of his parents, the teacher Johann Jost Henkel 1809-1874 from Wallau an der Lahn and his wife Johanette Philippine 1807-1881, born Jungst. At the age of seventeen, he moved to Elberfeld, where he began an ...

                                               

Edna Deane

Edna Morton Deane was an English professional ballroom dancer, author and choreographer who won the British and world ballroom dancing championships. She co-founded the Deane School of Dance and Drama and earned fame for being asked by the future ...

                                               

Banker (disambiguation)

A banker provides financial banking services and typically works in a bank. The word may also refer to: Banker surname, a surname The Banker TV series, a 2019 South Korean television series Banker ancient, a person providing financial services in ...

                                               

God of War

The Gods of War, a 1985 novel by historical author John Toland The God of War, a 2008 novel by Marisa Silver The Gods of War, a 2005 novel by Conn Iggulden and the fourth in the Emperor series God of War DC Comics, a 2010–2011 limited six-issue c ...

                                               

Black Lotus

Black Lotus may refer to: Black Lotus, a member of the Femizons in the Marvel Universe Black Lotus Sister Sin album Black Lotus, a fictional character from the series Accel World Black Lotus Magic: The Gathering card Black Lotus company, in the i ...

                                               

Matchbox (disambiguation)

Matchbox Twenty, American rock band "Matchbox", song by English Indie band The Kooks from their first album, Inside In / Inside Out Matchbox song, a 1957 rock and roll song written and recorded by Carl Perkins Matchbox band, English pop/rockabill ...

                                               

Georgios Vlachos

Georgios Vlachos was a Greek journalist, founder of "Kathimerini" newspaper and a prominent antivenizelist. He was born in Athens and studied law. In 1915, as a young journalist in "Chronos" newspaper, during the Noemvriana events, he supported t ...

                                               

Frederick Thompson

Frederick Thompson athlete 1880–1956, British track and field athlete Fred Thompson rugby union 1890–1915, Australian rugby union player Fred Thompson footballer 1873–1958, English footballer Fredy Thompson born 1982, Guatemalan footballer Rangi ...

                                               

Fearon

Fearon may refer to: People James Fearon, American political scientist Megan Fearon born 1991, British politician Prof Kenneth Fearon 1960-2016, Scottish cancer specialist Joel Fearon born 1988, British sprinter and bobsledder John Turner Fearon ...

                                               

Swapnil Agarwal (entrepreneur)

Swapnil Agarwal is a Houston-based entrepreneur and investor in the field of real estate. Originally from India, he migrated to Texas in his early years. Launching Nitya Capital and Karya Property Management, Agarwal has been the EY U.S. Entrepre ...

                                               

Calvin Khiu

Dato’ Calvin Khiu Fu Siang is a Malaysian entrepreneur, businessman, and investor. He is the chairman of Mk Curtain Berhad, the biggest curtain showroom in Malaysia. He is also the chairman of Outstanding Entrepreneurs School for Entrepreneurs. K ...

                                               

Amani

Amani High School, Kabul, Afghanistan Amani Nature Reserve, Tanzania Amani Constituency, parliamentary constituency on Zanzibar, Tanzania Amani, Iran disambiguation, places in Iran Amani, Greece, municipality on the island of Chios

                                               

Janos Petrenko

Janos Petrenko was a Hungarian industrialist, inventor and politician, member of the National Assembly from 1990 to 1994. He was noted as owner of the first private large company, the rolling mill for heavy products within the Ozd Metallurgical W ...

                                               

Janos Konrad (footballer)

Janos Konrad is a retired Hungarian-Swiss footballer who played for FC Basel during the 1960s. He played for Vevey Sports and Biel-Bienne in the early 1970s. He played principally in the position as a Striker, but also as midfielder.

                                               

Spoon Radio

Spoon Radio is an social digital audio live streaming service. It is developed by Mykoon, a South Korea-based company. It allows users to listen to "DJs" and even start their own live broadcasts using their smartphones.

                                               

Anthoni Salim

Anthoni Salim, also known as Liem Hong Sien is a Chinese-Indonesian businessman. He is the head of the Salim Group which conducts business all over Indonesia. As of 2019, he is the sixth wealthiest person in Indonesia with a net worth of 5.5 bill ...

                                               

Eric Chewning

As highlighted in Fred Kaplan’s book, The Insurgents: David Petraeus and the Plot to Change the American Way of War, Chewning left a career as a Wall Street investment banker to enlist in the U.S. Army in the wake of the terrorist attacks of 11 S ...

                                               

Samuel H. Fullerton

Samuel Holmes Fullerton was a lumber baron and president as well as vice-president of several companies. He was the founder and president of the Gulf Lumber Company,

                                               

Vivion group

VIVION Investments S.à r.l. is a real estate company based in Luxembourg. The companys portfolio includes hotels and office buildings in Germany and hotels in the United Kingdom. The market value of the portfolio is 2.9 billion euros.

                                               

Amos Shapira

Shapira is a sixth-generation Israeli. His grandfather was an Orthodox rabbi in the agricultural settlement of Yesud HaMaala in the Hula Valley in Northern Israel. Shapira earned his B.A. in economics from the University of Haifa in 1980, and his ...

                                               

Israel Markovich Brodsky

Israel Markovich Brodsky was a Russian businessman, founder of the "Sugar Empire" and a philanthropist. In 1846 he founded a sugar refinery together with Peter Lopukhin. They operated it together until 1854 when he took over the full ownership. I ...

                                               

Perimeter 81

Perimeter 81 is an Israeli cloud and network security company that develops secure remote networks, based on the zero trust architecture, for organizations. Its technology replaces legacy security appliances like VPNs and firewalls.

                                               

Ceirano

Giovanni Ceirano 1865-1948, Italian automobile industrialist, second of four Ceirano brothers Giovanni Battista Ceirano 1860-1912, Italian automobile industrialist, eldest of four Ceirano brothers Giovanni "Ernesto" Ceirano 1889-1956, son of Giov ...

                                               

Lamborghini family

Antonio Lamborghini==+==Evelina Lamborghini | Ferruccio Lamborghini==+==Clelia Monti ==+==Maria Theresa Cane | | Tonino Lamborghini==+==Luisa Peterlongo Patrizia Lamborghini | +-------------------+--------------------+-------------------+-------- ...

                                               

Neufville

Neufville is a surname. Notable people with this surname include: Vashon Neufville born 1999, English football player Marilyn Neufville born 1952, Jamaican sprinter Jean de Neufville 1729–1796, Dutch banker Georg von Neufville 1883–1941, German W ...

                                               

Henry Morgan (disambiguation)

Sir Henry Morgan was a Welsh privateer and Admiral of Caribbean Fleet; Lieutenant Governor of Jamaica 1675–83. Henry Morgan may also refer to: Henry James Morgan 1842–1913, Canadian civil servant and author Henry Sturgis Morgan 1900–1982, America ...

                                               

The David Dance

The David Dance is a 2014 American drama film written and produced by Don Scime and directed by Aprill Winney. It premiered at the Cinequest Film & Creativity Festival on March 8, 2014. The film stars Don Scime as David, the host of a gay radio s ...

                                               

Martin Philip (baker)

Philip was born in the Ozark Mountains area of Arkansas. He grew up in Fayetteville, Arkansas. In 1992, Philip received a Bachelor of Music in performance voice from the Oberlin Colleges conservatory for classical music.

                                               

Hayes Barnard

Hayes Barnard is an American entrepreneur and philanthropist, known for his role as Chief Revenue Officer at SolarCity and his involvement in developing the residential solar industry. Barnard is currently the Founder, Chairman and CEO of Loanpal ...

                                               

Thomas Sutherland

Thomas Sutherland may refer to: Thomas Sutherland cricketer 1880–?, English first-class cricketer Thomas Sutherland academic 1931–2016, former Dean of Agriculture in Lebanon, kidnapped by Islamic Jihad Thomas Sutherland artist 1785–1838, painter ...

                                               

Postal Services Act

Postal Services Successor Company Act 1991 Act 466, an Act of Parliament in Malaysia Postal Services Act 2012 Act 741, provides for the licensing of postal services and the regulation of the postal services industry Postal Services Act 1991 Act 4 ...

                                               

Butterworth

Butterworth, Penang, the principal town of Seberang Perai in the state of Penang, Malaysia RMAF Butterworth, air base near Butterworth, Penang, Malaysia Butterworth, Eastern Cape, now also known as Gcuwa, a town located in South Africa Butterwort ...

                                               

Seyed Ali Sadr Hasheminejad

Seyed Ali Sadr Hasheminejad, known as Ali Sadr is a businessmen. He was owner and chairman of the 2019 defunct Pilatus Bank in Malta and is under arrest in the US. Seyed Ali Sadr Hasheminejad was born in Iran. He was owner and chairman of the def ...

                                               

Max von Hatzfeld

Maximilian was born in Berlin on 7 June 1813. He was the second son and youngest child of the Prussian general Franz Ludwig von Hatzfeldt zu Trachenberg 1756−1827 and Countess Friederike Karoline von der Schulenburg 1779–1832, a daughter of the P ...

                                               

Sierra Nevada (disambiguation)

Sierra Nevada National Park Spain Sierra Nevada Ski Station, a ski resort in Spain Sierra Nevada National Park Venezuela Sierra Nevada stratovolcano, a volcano in Chile

                                               

Jacob Cohen

Jacob Cohen or Yaakov Cohen may refer to: Jack Cohen businessman 1898–1979, supermarket founder born Jacob Kohen Yaakov Cohen writer 1881–1960, Israeli poet, playwright, and writer Jacob Cohen scientist, scientist at NASA Ames Research Centre Rod ...

                                               

Phillip Turner (diplomat)

Phillip Turner MA Auck is a New Zealand public servant and diplomat. He spent his childhood in Auckland and was educated at St Peters College and Auckland University. Turner worked for the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs from 1986 to 1999 ...

                                               

Papatawa

Papatawa is a rural community in the Tararua District and Manawatū-Whanganui Region of New Zealands North Island. It is located six kilometres north-east of Woodville, on both sides of State Highway 2. The area has no shops, and locals use Palmer ...

                                               

Zealand Pharma

Zealand Pharma A/is a Danish biotechnology research company, which designs and develops peptide-based medicines, mainly focusing on metabolic diseases like diabetes and obesity. The companys head office is situated in Soborg near Copenhagen, and ...