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China Tower

China Tower Corporation Limited, China Tower in short form, is a state-owned telecommunication company in providing telecommunication tower construction, tower maintenance, ancillary facilities management, and other services through Mainland Chin ...

                                               

Danish Union of Joiners and Carpenters

The Danish Union of Joiners and Carpenters was a trade union representing workers in construction and wood manufacturing in Denmark. The union was founded in 1970, when the Danish Union of Joiners merged with the Danish Carpenters Union. Like its ...

                                               

Danish Woodworkers Union

The Danish Woodworkers Union was a trade union representing workers in wood manufacturing and construction in Denmark. The union was founded in 1895, as the Sawmill and Machine Workers Federation of Denmark. It later affiliated to the Danish Conf ...

                                               

TIB

TIB may refer to: In computing: Tebibyte TiB, a unit of information used to quantify computer memory or storage capacity TIB file format, a file format used by Acronis True Image software Tebibit Tib, a unit of information used to quantify comput ...

                                               

Irmash

Irmash the leader in the production of road-building machines in the Soviet Union and the largest in Russia, with headquarters in Bryansk. The company produces an Paver, Road roller, Grader, excavators, Utility equipment.

                                               

Project 10510 icebreaker

Project 10510, also known through the Russian type size series designations LK-110Ya and LK-120Ya or the project name Leader, is a planned series of Russian nuclear-powered icebreakers. When built, it would supersede Project 22220 icebreakers as ...

                                               

DAK (disambiguation)

nickname of Dak Prescott born 1993, American football player Kuzgbour Dak fl. 2012-present, South Sudanese footballer Dakota North speedway rider born 1991, nickname

                                               

Robin A Thirumala

He started his official career as a journalist.A Versatile Personality From the malayalam film fraternity. He got into the world of cinema by assisting noted director duo Siddique-Lal. Later he made many hit films in malayalam film industry by wo ...

                                               

Bluebell

Italian bluebell H. italica Common bluebell H. non-scripta genus Hyacinthoides Spanish bluebell H. hispanica genus Muscari perhaps more commonly known as grape hyacinth Virginia bluebell Mertensia virginica genus Mertensia Desert or California bl ...

                                               

BCF

British Chess Federation, former name of the English Chess Federation Belgian Cricket Federation Border City Firm, a hooligan firm associated with Carlisle United Football Club Bendheim Center for Finance, an interdisciplinary research center of ...

                                               

Reiff

Germany Reiff Rhineland-Palatinate, a municipality Italy Riva del Garda German name Reiff am Gardasee, Italian comune in Trentino-Alto Adige/Sudtirol United Kingdom Reiff, Ross-shire, Scotland, a crofting and fishing village United States Reiff F ...

                                               

Nymph (disambiguation)

In Greek mythology, a nymph is a female nature-spirit. Nymph may also mean: The Nymphs, a 1990s US-American alternative rock band Nymph Central Figure for "The Three Graces", a bronze sculpture in Washington, D.C. HMS Nymph, a Royal Navy sloop la ...

                                               

Wigwam (disambiguation)

Wigwam River, tributary of the Elk River that flows through Montana, USA and British Columbia, Canada The Wigwam, nickname for Jacobs Field, Cleveland, Ohio Wigwam DuBois, Pennsylvania, the family home of Major Israel McCreight in Du Bois, Clearf ...

                                               

Japanese stores ship Tōkō Maru No. 2 Go

Tōkō Maru No. 2 Go was a Japanese fishing trawler that was requisitioned by the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II and served as an auxiliary stores ship.

                                               

Marsa

Marsa Battery, a former artillery battery in Marsa, Malta. Marsa, Malta, a city in central Malta. Marșa, a commune in Giurgiu County, Romania La Marsa, a suburb of the city of Tunis, Tunisia Marsalforn, a town in northern Gozo, Malta. Marsamxett, ...

                                               

Fish River

Africa Fish River Namibia Australia Fish River Oberon, a tributary of the Macquarie River, located near Oberon, New South Wales Fish River Gunning, a river near Gunning, New South Wales Fish River Northern Territory, a tributary of the Daly River ...

                                               

MV Coelleira

MV Coelleira was a Spanish-owned fishing vessel which was built in 1970 in the Netherlands. It was wrecked on 4 August 2019 on the Ve Skerries, Shetland.

                                               

Maritime Institute Willem Barentsz

Maritime Institute Willem Barentsz is an educational institution located on Terschelling, one of the West Frisian Islands in the northern part of the Netherlands. The maritime academy was founded in 1875 and today it is part of NHL Stenden Univer ...

                                               

East African coral coast

The East African coral coast is a marine ecoregion along the eastern coast of Africa. It extends along the coasts of Kenya, Tanzania, and northern Mozambique, from Lamu in Kenya to Angoche in Mozambique. It adjoins the Northern Monsoon Current Co ...

                                               

Donaldson Dam

Donaldson Dam is a dam next to the township Bekkersdal along the Wonderfonteinspruit. It comprises 2 reservoirs - the Top lake and the Bottom lake. Its water has been heavily polluted by acid mine runoff on the upper Wonderfonteinspruit and sewag ...

                                               

Northern Monsoon Current Coast

The Northern Monsoon Current coast is a marine ecoregion along the eastern coast of Africa. It extends along a portion of the coasts of Somalia and Kenya, from south of Lamu in Kenya to north of Mogadishu in Somalia. It adjoins the Central Somali ...

                                               

Georgii Tushkan

Tushkans father was Pavel Fedorovich Tushkan, an agronomist and a teacher. In 1926, Tushkan graduated from Uman Polytechnic, then in 1929 from Kharkov Institute of Grain Crops. Starting in 1933, he worked Pamir Mountains, conducting economic surv ...

                                               

Preah Roka Wildlife Sanctuary

Preah Roka Wildlife Sanctuary is a 90.361 km 2 protected area in Preah Vihear Province of Cambodia. The stated purpose of its creation in 2016 was to: Ensure protection of wildlife habitat and ecology system and satisfy condition for particular s ...

                                               

Joseph Appiah Boateng

Joseph was born on 4 August 1975 in Obo-Kwahu in the Eastern region. He had Diploma in Nursing at the Australia Nursing College in 2008–2011 in Paramatta.

                                               

Bole

Bole District, Ghana Bole Medhanealem, district of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Bole, Nottinghamshire, England Addis Ababa Bole International Airport, Ethiopia Bole Ghana parliament constituency Bole, Ghana, town Bole Alashankou Airport Bole, Xinjiang, ...

                                               

Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry

Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry may mean the following ministries in several countries: Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry Finland Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry New Zealand – now defunct and part of the Ministry for Primary Industri ...

                                               

Bosque (disambiguation)

A bosque is a forested area that forms on the flood plains of a river or stream; typically in the southwestern United States, from a Spanish word for woodlands. Bosque may also refer to: Bosque County, Texas Bosque River, a river in Texas, U.S. B ...

                                               

Ponil Complex Fire

Ponil Complex Fire was a lightning-caused fire in New Mexico, United States, that started on Monday, June 3, and was fully contained by Monday, June 17, 2002. The fire burned a total area of 92.470 acres, mainly on Philmont. It was the largest wi ...

                                               

Timber trade

As for any other trade, there are multiple market layers for wood products. Each country in the has its own domestic market that may be connected to a regional or global markets. Timber supply to domestic markets in many tropical forest countries ...

                                               

Northwest University

Northwest University is either: Northwest University, Kano, Nigeria Northwest University China in Xian, Shaanxi, China North-West University in Potchefstroom and Mahikeng, North West Province, South Africa Northwest University United States in Ki ...

                                               

Nenad Kitanovic

Nenad Kitanovic is a farmer and politician in Serbia. He served in the National Assembly of Serbia from 2012 to 2014 with the parliamentary group of the United Regions of Serbia.

                                               

World Federation for the Metallurgic Industry

The World Federation for the Metallurgic Industry was a global union federation representing workers in the metalworking industry. The federation was established at a meeting in Essen, in August 1920, as the International Federation of Christian ...

                                               

Metalworkers Federation

The Metalworkers Federation is a trade union representing workers in the metallurgical industry in France. The union was founded in May 1909, and brought together the Federal Union of Metallurgical Workers, the National Federation of Molders, the ...

                                               

International Federation for the Graphical Industries

The International Federation for the Graphical Industries was a global union federation bring together trade unions representing printing workers. The federation was founded in 1925, at a meeting in Antwerp, as the International Federation of Chr ...

                                               

FMM

FMM may refer to: Confederation of Malagasy Workers Malagasy: Fivondronambenny Mpiasa Malagasy Father Michael McGivney Catholic Academy, in Markham, Ontario, Canada Fort Morgan Municipal Airport, in Colorado, United States Field Marshal Montgomer ...

                                               

MMP

Massively multi-player, a type of online game Measure Map Pro format, a GIS format Massively multiprocessing, large symmetric multiprocessing SMP computer systems

                                               

Goldfield

Goldfield or Goldfields may refer to: Flowers of the genus Lasthenia Goldfields-Esperance, a region of Western Australia Goldfield, Iowa, a city in Wright Country, United States An area where gold mining occurs or has historically occurred Goldfi ...

                                               

Petropavlovsk

The Soviet cruiser Kaganovich, renamed Petropavlovsk in 1957 Russian battleship Petropavlovsk 1894, Imperial Russia 1897–1904 Russian battleship Petropavlovsk 1911, a Gangut -class battleship in the Baltic Fleet 1914–1953 The former German cruise ...

                                               

Banik

Banik is a Slovak word meaning "miner". Since the 1950s it was given as a name to various sport clubs in Czechoslovakia associated mostly with coal mining regions. In Poland, the same practice was conducted with the name "gornik". Banik still ser ...

                                               

Galena (disambiguation)

Galena Island, an uninhabited island in Nunavut Galena Bay, British Columbia, a ferry terminal, community and bay Galena Pass, a low mountain pass on BC 31 near Galena Bay

                                               

Nuhu G. Obaje

Professor Nuhu George Obaje is a professor and Director in Centre for Applied Sciences and Technology Research at Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University Lapai, Niger State.

                                               

Moa (disambiguation)

Moa Kikuchi, a Japanese idol, singer, and model. Moa name Mohammed Abdellaoue born 1985, Norwegian football player nicknamed "Moa" Moa Lignell born 1994, Swedish singer

                                               

CMQ

The letters CMQ may represent any of the following: Television station CMQ-TV channel 6: currently Cubavision International Radio stations CMQ AM and CMQ-FM: currently Radio Rebelde CMQ have been used as call letters for the following broadcastin ...

                                               

Gold Digger

The Gold Diggers 1923 film, a Warner Bros. silent film Gold Diggers of 1935 National Lampoons Gold Diggers, a 2003 film Gold Diggers of 1937 Gold Diggers of 1933, a Warner Bros. musical Golddigger film, a 1914 Hungarian film Gold Diggers: The Sec ...

                                               

Winder

Winder or hoist mining, used in underground mining Winder or motor drive, a device for automatically re- winding film in a manual camera Winding machine, a machine for wrapping string, twine, cord, thread, yarn, rope, wire, ribbon, tape, etc. ont ...

                                               

PleS (disambiguation)

Pless or PleS may refer to: PleS, the German name for the town of Pszczyna in Upper Silesia PleS mountain 645 m, a mountain in Thuringia, Germany PleS district, a former district in Upper Silesia PleS, a village in the Lower Allgau, Germany PleS, ...

                                               

Guinea–Mali border

The Guinea–Mali border is 1.062 km in length and runs from the tripoint with Senegal in the north to the tripoint with Ivory Coast in the south.

                                               

Bulga

Bulga may refer to: Black Bulga State Conservation Area, a park in New South Wales, Australia Tarra-Bulga National Park, a national park in eastern Victoria, Australia Bulga, New South Wales, a locality in the Singleton Council region, New South ...

                                               

Potrerillos

Potrerillos may refer to: Potrerillos, Mendoza, a touristic area in Mendoza Province, Argentina Boca de Potrerillos, a pre-Columbian archaeological site in the northern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon, known for its petroglyphs Potrerillos, El Parais ...

                                               

Sulaco

Sulaco, Costaguana -- The mining town of the Joseph Conrad novel Nostromo