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Pika (disambiguation)

Pika Danylo 1901–1941, Ukrainian bandura player Heliodor Pika 1897–1949, Czechoslovak army officer Hikaru Minegishi born 1991, nicknamed Pika, Filipino footballer

                                               

Thandi

Thandi is a name which can serve as a given name and as a surname. Notable people with the given name: Thandi Brewer, South African television actress Thandi Klaasen 1931–2017, South African jazz singer Thandi Orleyn born 1956, South African lawy ...

                                               

Bew (surname)

Bew and Bews are English-language surnames. People who share these names include: Bew John Bew disambiguation, several people, including John Bew historian, professor of history John Bew bookseller 1774–1793, bookseller and publisher in London Pa ...

                                               

Gold Medalist (company)

Gold Medalist is a privately held multinational entertainment group and talent agency based in Seoul. Founded in January 2020 by Kim Mi-hye and Lee Ro-bae. The company was founded in 1 January 2020 and manages artists such as actor Kim Soo-hyun a ...

                                               

Tongyang

Tongyang or Tong Yang may refer to: Tongyang, Hubei 通羊镇, town in and the seat of Tongshan County, Hubei, China Tongyang Broadcasting Company, South Korean television station owned by Samsung founder Lee Byung-chul Tongyang Group, South Korean ...

                                               

Rumble Fish (disambiguation)

Rumble Fish is a 1983 film. Rumble Fish or Rumblefish may also refer to: Rumble Fish novel, a 1975 novel by S. E. Hinton; basis for the film The Rumble Fish, a 2004 2D fighting video game

                                               

Fernando Fernandez

Fernando Fernandez may refer to: Fernando Fernandez de Cordova, 2nd Marquess of Mendigorria 1809–1883, Spanish politician Fernando Fernandez actor 1916–1999, Mexican actor and singer known as "El Crooner de Mexico" Fernando Fernandez comics 1940– ...

                                               

Rafael de La-Hoz Castanys

Rafael de La-Hoz Castanys is a Spanish architect. Son and grandson of architects his father was Rafael de la Hoz Arderius, he was born in 1955 in Cordoba, where he was raised until he was 17 years old. He earned a degree in architecture from the ...

                                               

Noah Levenson

Noah Levenson is an American computer programmer and the creator of Stealing Ur Feelings, an interactive project that won Mozillas.000 prize for art and advocacy exploring artificial intelligence.

                                               

Lasse Diding

Lasse Gunnar Diding, originally Lars Gunnar Diding, born April 24, 1953 in Varberg, is a Swedish hotel entrepreneur and celebrity. Between 1987 and 2018 he operated Hotell Gastis in Varberg and from opening 2013 to 2018 also Hotell Havanna in the ...

                                               

Patrick Lee

Patrick Lee may refer to: Patrick Lee bishop 1931–2010, Anglican bishop in Canada Patrick Lee Chinese businessman, founder of Lee & Man Paper in Hong Kong Patrick Lee painter born 1948, Taiwanese painter Patrick A. Lee born 1946, professor of phy ...

                                               

U.S. Summit Company

The U.S. Summit Company, LP is an American multinational corporation that operates in the industrial chemicals and consumer goods space through subsidy companies throughout Asia. The firm was founded in 1948 by four university classmates and is c ...

                                               

Sampo (disambiguation)

Sampo Group, a Finnish insurance company Sampo Bank, a Finnish banking company Sampo, a trademark of the former Finnish company Rosenlew, currently trademark of Sampo-Rosenlew Sampo Corporation, a Taiwanese manufacturer of TVs and monitors and ot ...

                                               

Hai-Hsin Huang

She received her BA degree from National Taipei University of Education in 2007 and an MFA from The School of Visual Arts in New York in 2009. Often employing humor and horror in her paintings, Huang explores the chaos to be found in everyday lif ...

                                               

BNK

BNK may refer to: BNK Petroleum, a California-based oil company spun off in 2008 from Bankers Petroleum Bankers Petroleum Toronto Stock Exchange symbol, a Canadian oil company The Kurdish Digital Library, French: La bibliotheque numerique kurde B ...

                                               

Jagannathan

Ravi Jagannathan, Indian-born U.S. economist and academic Ki. Va. Jagannathan 1906–1988, Indian journalist, poet, writer, and folklorist from Tamil Nadu Poorna Jagannathan born 1972, Tunisian-born U.S. actress and producer Jagannathan actor 1938– ...

                                               

Onur Ağaoğlu

Ağaoğlu was born in Istanbul. He is a graduate of Yeditepe University, Istanbul 2011. He completed his MBA at Bilgi University in 2015. During his university years, he engaged in organic farming business.

                                               

National Alliance

National Alliance Party of Fiji National Alliance Uruguay San Marinese National Alliance National Alliance United States National Alliance Party of Kenya National Alliance July 18 National Alliance Netherlands Nationalist Alliance National Allian ...

                                               

1997 Tournament of the Americas squads

This article displays the rosters for the participating teams at the 1997 Tournament of the Americas played in Montevideo, Uruguay from August 21 to August 31, 1997.

                                               

Andrew Lee (entrepreneur)

Andrew Lee is an American entrepreneur, software developer, writer and Korean Crown Prince. He is the founder of the VPN service Private Internet Access, which started in 2010. In 2018 Yi Seok, son of Prince Yi Kang, the fifth son of Emperor Gojo ...

                                               

VCP

Van Cortlandt Park, New York City VCP, IATA airport code for Viracopos International Airport formerly Viracopos-Campinas International Airport, near São Paulo, Brazil

                                               

Themba Ndaba

Themba Ndaba is a South African actor and director. He is best known for casting in the movie Machine Gun Preacher and in the series Zone 14. He currently stars as Brutus Khoza in the South African Ferguson Films TV series The Queen.

                                               

Ministry of Development

Ministry of Development Greece, abolished in 2009 Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade Brazil Ministry of Development, Competitiveness and Shipping Greece, merger of the National Economy Ministry, Ministry of Development, and Merca ...

                                               

FEMA (disambiguation)

FEMA is the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency. FEMA may also stand for: Foreign Extraterritorial Measures Act of Canada that aims to counteract the American Helms-Burton Act Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999, India Fundação Educacional ...

                                               

BGA

Behavior Genetics Association British Geophysical Association Palonegro International Airport, Colombia, by IATA code The Bundesverband GroShandel, AuSenhandel, Dienstleistungen The Federation of German Wholesale, Foreign Trade and Services Briti ...

                                               

Busan Foreign Language High School

Busan Foreign Language High School is a private foreign language high school that is located in Yeonsan-dong, Yeonsan-gu, Busan, South Korea.

                                               

Marhum of Ternate

Marhum was, according to late tradition, the eighteenth King or Kolano of Ternate in the Maluku Islands. He supposedly ruled between 1465 and 1486, being the first king to adopt Islam. His name merely means "The Late", "The Deceased", and he is p ...

                                               

FX

FX magazine, a UK trade magazine F/X, a 1986 American action-thriller film F/X2, a 1991 action-thriller sequel to the 1986 film F/X: The Series, a television program based on the movie FX comics, a comic book series

                                               

Hostage diplomacy

North Korea has made wide use of hostage diplomacy as a tool against the USA, South Korea, Japan, Malaysia and various European nations. Those held hostage are often tourists or exchange students who are either charged with minor offenses or espi ...

                                               

Jones Act

Jones Act or Jones Law may refer to: Jones Act 1929 or Increased Penalties Act United States, an act that increased penalties for the violation of Prohibition Jones Act sailor rights or Merchant Marine Act of 1920 United States, an act governing ...

                                               

Daniel Pruce

Daniel Pruce is a British diplomat, serving since August 2017 as the British Ambassador to the Philippines. Previously to this, he was Deputy Head of Mission at the British Embassy in Madrid from 2012 to 2016 and the British Embassy in Bangkok fr ...

                                               

Antonio Cardoso e Cunha

Antonio Cardoso e Cunha is a retired Portuguese Social Democratic Party politician. He was a government minister in the 1970s and 1980s, and then from 1986 to 1992 he served as Portugals first European Commissioner.

                                               

FTU

Frederick Taylor University, in California, United States Foreign Trade University Vietnam Fatoni University, in Thailand Frequent Traveler University, an annual convention and training symposium for users of travel vendors loyalty programs Flori ...

                                               

Anurag Srivastava

Anurag Srivastava is an Indian diplomat who belongs to the Indian Foreign Service. He is currently serving as spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs, India Previously he was the Ambassador of India to Ethiopia and African Union.

                                               

International Certificate of Origin Guidelines

The International Certificate of Origin Guidelines is a set of global guidelines on the issuance of Certificates of Origin published by the International Chamber of Commerce, in Paris, France, in late 2019 "which aims to provide chambers of comme ...

                                               

NTT

NTT may refer to: New Technology Telescope, a 3.6m telescope at La Silla Observatory, Chile Nippon Telegraph and Telephone NTT, a Japanese telecommunications company New Technology Train of the New York City Subway National Native Title Tribunal ...

                                               

International Fair

Buenos Aires International Book Fair, Buenos Aires, Argentina India International Trade Fair, New Delhi, India HANFEXPO, Vienna, Austria Guadalajara International Book Fair, Guadalajara, Mexico China International Fair for Investment and Trade, a ...

                                               

MTP

Sơn Tùng M-TP, a Vietnamese singer Macys Thanksgiving Day Parade Marseille Trop Puissant, an Olympique de Marseille supporters group Miedzynarodowe Targi Poznanskie Poznan International Fair, a trade fair in Poland Milliyetçi Turkiye Partisi, a p ...

                                               

Fortschritt E 512

The Fortschritt E 512 is a self-propelled combine harvester, that was made by the East-German manufacturer VEB Mahdrescherwerk Bischofswerda/Singwitz, and sold under the Fortschritt brand. It is the first Fortschritt combine harvester, that has b ...

                                               

FTF

Federação Tocantinense de Futebol, the Football Federation of Tocantins, Brazil Tahitian Football Federation French: Federation Tahitienne de Football Tunisian Football Federation French: Federation Tunisienne de Football Togolese Football Federa ...

                                               

FTM

FTM may refer to: Female-to-male, or trans man Full-time mother Trento–Male–Marilleva railway Franco Tosi Meccanica, an Italian engineering firm Follow-the-moon Full-time manual focus Faculty of Travel Medicine Fair to Midland, an American rock b ...

                                               

Maj-Len Remahl

Maj-Len Anita Remahl is a Finnish former trade union leader. Born in Vaasa as Maj-Len Ronnholm, she grew up in a Swedish-speaking family in Sepankyla, then in Palosaari and Huutoniemi. She was educated at the Vaasa Svenska Flicklyceum and the Vaa ...

                                               

MTK

MTK may refer to: MediaTek, a Taiwanese designer of chip sets for Navigation, Wireless and other Consumer Electronics equipment Miedzynarodowe Targi Katowickie, Polish name for the Katowice International Fair, an international trade fair in Katow ...

                                               

Makoto Yano

Makoto Yano is a Japanese economist, currently the President and Chief Research Officer of the Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry. He is also a Professor Emeritus at Kyoto University and a Professor by Special Appointment at Kyoto ...

                                               

Phuguri Tea Estate

Dr. Camphbell was posted as a civil surgeon at Darjeeling in 1839. At that time there were hardly 20 families living in the entire hill tracts. In 1841, Dr. Camphbell brought China tea seeds from Kumaon Hills and planted them in his garden. The s ...

                                               

Saksumdal Church

A medieval church in the locality was closed about 1590, possibly located on Gnr 111 about a mile west of the current site. Work on the present church began in 1874 after the site was donated by Anders Hovland for the construction of a chapel. Pe ...

                                               

The Gathering

"The Gathering" Gargoyles "The Gathering" Star Wars: The Clone Wars "The Gathering" Ghost Whisperer "The Gathering" Highlander: The Series, pilot "The Gathering" Torchwood "The Gathering" Outlander

                                               

Matt Hsus Obscure Orchestra

Matt Hsu is a Taiwanese-Australian musician and singer-songwriter who records and performs as Matt Hsus Obscure Orchestra. In 2020, he became a Queensland Music Awards winner in the world music category and has been identified as "one of the fres ...

                                               

Zing

Zing or ZING may refer to: Zing punctuation or irony punctuation, invented by English printer Henry Denham in the 1580s Zing.vn, the portal of VinaGame company Zing, a former business, merged into Micromania-Zing, a French videogaming retail comp ...

                                               

Warning

A Warning book, a 2019 book by an anonymous Trump administration official "Warning", a poem by Jenny Joseph The Warning novel, a 1998 book Warnings book, a 2017 book by Richard A. Clarke