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Chris Saraceno

Chris Saraceno is an Author, Motivational Speaker, and American Automobile Business Executive. Saraceno is the author of the Amazon No. 1 best-selling self-help book The Theory of 5, focusing on success, leadership, and spirituality. He currently ...

                                               

Novacyt

Novacyt Group is an Anglo-French biotechnology group focused on clinical diagnostics, with offices in Camberley, Surrey, United Kingdom and Velizy-Villacoublay, France. The company produces in vitro and molecular diagnostic tests, supplying an ex ...

                                               

Dickinson

United States Dickinson, California disambiguation Dickinson, California, alternate name of Dickenson, California Dickinson, California, alternate name of Chester, Merced County, California Dickinson, Franklin County, New York Dickinson, Texas Po ...

                                               

Squib

Squib or Squibb may refer to: Squib sailboat Squib Star Wars Squib Harry Potter Squib, Kentucky Squibs 1935 film, a 1935 remake film also starring Balfour Squibs 1921 film, a 1921 film starring Betty Balfour Squib load, a firearm malfunction Squi ...

                                               

William McLaren

Bill McLaren 1923–2010, Scottish rugby union player and commentator William McLaren sport shooter 1881–1962, Canadian Olympic sports shooter Willie McLaren born 1984, Scottish footballer currently playing for Airdrie United William McLaren footba ...

                                               

Hepatitis Country

Hepatitis Country is a short Vice Media documentary released in 2016 that describes the recent increase of Hepatitis C and how it is connected with an increase in drug use. The documentary focuses on the city of Huntington in the state of West Vi ...

                                               

Capmatinib

Capmatinib, sold under the brand name Tabrecta, is a medication for the treatment of adults with metastatic non-small cell lung cancer whose tumors have a mutation that leads to mesenchymal-epithelial transition exon 14 skipping as detected by an ...

                                               

Mike Henry (businessman)

Henry graduated with a Bachelors of Science degree in Chemistry from the University of British Columbia. In 1999, Henry came to Australia as an employee of Mitsubishi to help with the joint venture, the BHP Mitsubishi Alliance BMA, formed by the ...

                                               

William T. Glidden

Glidden was born in Newcastle, Maine. At the age of 14, he went to sea and by the time he was 21 was a captain. His trade routes were to China and Europe. He was a partner in the clipper ship firm Glidden & Williams along with John M. S. Williams ...

                                               

Halfdan Wilhelmsen

Halfdan Wilhelmsen was a Norwegian shipowner and consul. Wilhelmsen was born in Tonsberg, the son of the shipowner Wilhelm Wilhelmsen and his wife Catharina Fredrikke Lorentzen. After graduating from business school, he was employed in brokerage ...

                                               

Hans Peter Johan Lyngbye

Lyngbye was born on 15 July 1834 at Vallo, the son of cantor and Royal Life Guards lieutenant Hans Peter Johan Lyngbye 1803–34 and Ida Christine Monrath 1807–93. His father died the same year and his mother was subsequently second time married to ...

                                               

Benny Goldschmidt

Benny Goldschmidt was a Jewish-Danish businessman and philanthropist. He was one of the two owners of Goldschmidt & Nordholm and the founder of Goldschmidts Stiftelse at Ryesgade 19 in Copenhagen.

                                               

Nerine Martini

Nerine Martini, was an Australian artist working in the fields of sculpture, installation, drawing, socially engaged art and public art. "Leaving a legacy of public artworks and community inspired projects, Nerine Martini was an artist who tapped ...

                                               

Robert Holt (disambiguation)

Robert Holt was an Australian politician. Robert or Bob Holt may also refer to: Bob Holt fiddler 1930–2004, American fiddler Robert Durning Holt 1832–1908, English cotton-broker and mayor of Liverpool Robert Holt builder 1833–1909, New Zealand bu ...

                                               

Western Creek, Tasmania

Western Creek is a locality and small rural community in the local government area of Meander Valley in the North West region of Tasmania. It is located about 69 kilometres south-east of the town of Devonport. The 2016 census determined a populat ...

                                               

Britannia Creek Wood Distillation Plant

The Britannia Creek wood distillation plant was the only commercial undertaking of its type in Australia. It formed part of the Cumming, Smith and Company and operated about 80 km east of Melbourne in the foothills of the Yarra Ranges between 190 ...

                                               

Henry Yelverton

Henry Yelverton may refer to: Sir Henry Yelverton, 2nd Baronet 1633–1670, English politician Henry Yelverton Australian politician 1854–1906, Member of the Western Australian Legislative Council from 1901 to 1904 Henry Yelverton attorney-general ...

                                               

James Fagan

James Fagan may refer to: J. B. Fagan 1873–1933, Irish-born actor, theatre manager, producer and playwright in England James Fleming Fagan 1828–1893, planter, public official, and general in the Confederate States Army Jim Fagan 1882–1948, Austra ...

                                               

John McCormack

Young McCormack or John McCormack born 1944, Irish boxer John McCormack Irish footballer fl. 1970s–1980s Cec McCormack or John Cecil McCormack 1922–1995, English footballer John McCormack baseball fl. 1980s-2010s, American college baseball coach ...

                                               

Nilza Wangmo

Nilza Wangmo is an Indian restaurant owner and an enthusiast for the local food of the Ladakh region of northern India. Her work in 2019 was recognised with the highest award for women in India – Nari Shakti Puraskar.

                                               

Joe Harawira

Joseph Hohepa Harawira was a Maori kaumātua and environmental campaigner in New Zealand, prominent for raising issues of dioxin poisoning around Whakatane in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.

                                               

Jane Brenkley

Hannah Eliza Jane Brenkley was a New Zealand artist and craftswoman. She created artworks through carving, needlework, and painting. Items of her work are in the permanent collections of the National Library of New Zealand, the Museum of New Zeal ...

                                               

Cant

Cant, CANT, canting, or canted may refer to: in languages: Beurla Reagaird, a language of the Scottish Highland Travellers Cant language, a secret language Canting arms, heraldic puns on the bearers name Cant, meaning cannot Thieves cant, a langu ...

                                               

William and John

William and John is first recorded in New Zealand shipping reports in port at Lyttelton Harbour in March 1851. On 8 April 1851, William and John was anchored in Lyttelton Harbour when a gale caused the vessel to drag its anchor into shallow water ...

                                               

Haaf net fishing

Haaf net fishing is an ancient type of salmon and sea trout net fishing practised in Britain, and is particularly associated with the estuary forming part of the border between England and Scotland, known as the Solway Firth. The technique involv ...

                                               

Bidcorp

Bid Corporation Limited is a widely-branched publicly traded food service company. It currently trades on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in South Africa. The company trades as. On May 30, 2016, Bidcorp separated from Bidvest to continue as an in ...

                                               

Silicone Valley

Silicone Valley may refer to: A misspelling of Silicon Valley, nickname for the Santa Clara Valley, also known as the South Bay area of San Francisco, the location of many American high tech companies Strahinjica Bana in Dorcol a neighborhood of ...

                                               

HIL

HIL or hil may refer to: Hillside railway station, England; National Rail station code HIL. Hill International, an American international construction consulting firm Hindustan Insecticides, an Indian chemical company Eduard Hil 1934–2012, Russia ...

                                               

BCMA

BCMA may refer to: B-cell maturation antigen, a protein that in humans is encoded by the TNFRSF17 gene Bangladesh Cement Manufacturers Association, an association of cement companies of Bangladesh Doctors of BC formerly British Columbia Medical A ...

                                               

Ubi

União Brasileira pro Interlingua, the national Interlingua organization in Brazil, see Brazilian Union for Interlingua United Barcode Industries, a Swedish company acquired by Intermec in 1997 United Bicycle Institute, a bicycle mechanics and fra ...

                                               

Falling (Harry Styles song)

Falling is a song by English singer and songwriter Harry Styles. It was released through Erskine and Columbia Records on 7 March 2020 as the third single from his second studio album, Fine Line.

                                               

Societe Generale (disambiguation)

Societe Generale can refer to: Banks, investment and financial services Societe Generale Haïtienne de Banque Sogebank, a Haitian bank Societe Generale de Belgique, a Belgian holding company BRD – Groupe Societe Generale, a Romanian bank Societe g ...

                                               

CTH

CTH may refer to Chapo Trap House - an American political and humor podcast Cystathionine gamma-lyase - an enzyme which converts cystathionine into cysteine Catalogue des Textes Hittites, an index of Hittite texts. Honduras Workers Confederation ...

                                               

PDG

PDG may refer to: Public Data Group Padgate railway station, England; National Rail station code PDG Phanomenologie des Geistes Phenomenology of Spirit by Hegel Democratic Party of Guinea or Parti democratique de Guinee Minangkabau International ...

                                               

GTI

Suzuki Swift GTi, Suzuki GTi variant Grand Tourer Injection, a car model variant GTi Engineering, an auto racing team Peugeot 205 GTI, a famous hot hatch Maserati 3500 GTI, the first GTI car ever, from 1961 Volkswagen Golf GTI, the first hot hatch

                                               

BTR

British Thomson-Houston former name BTR, a British engineering and heavy industrial company BTR Aerospace Group BTR plc, formerly BTR Industries, one of the predecessor companies of Invensys plc

                                               

Tae

Tae may refer to: Tae, Uthumphon Phisai, tambon local government unit of Uthumphon Phisai District, northeastern Thailand Tae language, Austronesian language spoken in Sulawesi, Indonesia Tae rugby union, player on Japans Panasonic Wild Knights T ...

                                               

PWC

Philippine Womens College, former name of Philippine Womens University, a co-educational institution in Davao City, Philippines Pratt & Whitney Canada, a manufacturer of small turboprops and turbofans Prince of Wales College, Moratuwa, a boys sch ...

                                               

Arana

Cuevas de la Araña, caves in eastern Spain Harana/Valle de Arana, a valley and municipality in the southeast of Alava Arana Hills, Queensland, a suburb in Moreton Bay Region, Queensland, Australia Sierra Arana, a mountain range in the province of ...

                                               

Casino Royale

Casino Royale may refer to: Casino Royale 2006 soundtrack "Casino Royale" Climax!, a 1954 television adaptation of Flemings novel for the series Climax! Casino Royale 2006 film, a James Bond film starring Daniel Craig Casino Royale novel, the fir ...

                                               

Margaritaville Casino

Margaritaville Casino or Margaritaville Resort may refer to any of several properties using Jimmy Buffetts Margaritaville brand: Trump Marina in Atlantic City, which would have been renamed as Margaritaville under an aborted 2008 agreement Margar ...

                                               

Tropicana

Tropicana Entertainment, a former casino company that owned several Tropicana-branded casinos Tropicana Products, a Chicago-based food company known for orange juice

                                               

Hollywood Casino

Hollywood Casino is a brand owned by Penn National Gaming from its acquisition of Hollywood Casino Corp. It may refer to: Hollywood Casino Gulf Coast – Bay St. Louis, Mississippi Hollywood Casino Aurora – Aurora, Illinois The Hollywood Casino 400 ...

                                               

Four Seas Company

The Four Seas Company was a bookstore and small-press publisher in Boston, Massachusetts. It is remembered today mostly for its publication of the early work of major modernist writers such as William Faulkner, William Carlos Williams, Gertrude S ...

                                               

60th Guards Rifle Division

The 60th Guards Rifle Division was formed as an elite infantry division of the Red Army in January, 1943, based on the 2nd formation of the 278th Rifle Division, and served in that role until after the end of the Great Patriotic War. The division ...

                                               

Wilco (disambiguation)

Wilco is an American rock band. Wilco may also refer to: Williamson County, Texas, sometimes abbreviated as "Wilco" Wilco farm supply cooperative, an American chain of agricultural cooperative stores in the Willamette Valley of Oregon Wilkinson C ...

                                               

Girls Will Be

Girls Will Be is an American clothing company founded in 2013. The clothing is designed to be comfortable, similar to the sizes, fabrics, and cuts as boys’ attire.

                                               

Frederick Parker

Frederick or Fred Parker may refer to: Jack Parker hurdler Frederick John Parker, born 1927, former British hurdler Frederick Parker, a character in Angel on My Shoulder Fred I. Parker 1938–2003, federal judge in the United States Freddie Parker, ...

                                               

Amerisleep

Amerisleep is an American manufacturer of memory foam mattresses based in Scottsdale, Arizona. The company was founded in 2010. It has retail locations in Arizona, Colorado, Oregon, Texas, and three stores in South Korea.

                                               

OFM

OFM may refer to: Order of Friars Minor Capuchin, a Franciscan religious order Order of Friars Minor, a Franciscan religious order OFM South Africa, a radio station in Bloemfontein, South Africa Orthodox file manager Orange Factory Music, a music ...