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Peter Campbell

Peter Campbell Greenock Morton footballer fl. 1898, Scottish footballer Greenock Morton, Burton Swifts and Scotland Peter Campbell water polo born 1960, American water polo player Peter Campbell Australian footballer, born 1875 1875–1948, Austral ...

                                               

Order of Prohibited Legitimacy

The Order of Prohibited Legitimacy, known as La Orden de la Legitimidad Proscrita in Spanish, is a Spanish dynastic order of knighthood originally awarded by the House of Bourbon and later by a cadet branch, the House of Bourbon-Parma, to Carlist ...

                                               

Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining (Uruguay)

The Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining of Uruguay is a ministry of the Government of Uruguay that is responsible for formulating and promoting the industrial, energy and mining policies of the country. The Ministry is headquartered in the Pa ...

                                               

Ribas

Ribas may refer to: Ribas de Campos, municipality in the province of Palencia, Castile and Leon, Spain Ribas do Rio Pardo, municipality in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil Mission Ribas, Venezuelan Bolivarian mission Manoel Ribas, municipa ...

                                               

Jose Luis Rodriguez

Jose Luis Rodriguez may refer to: Jose Luis Loreto Jose Luis Rodriguez Loreto, born 1971, former Spanish football striker Jose Luis Rodriguez footballer, born 1963, El Puma, former Argentine football striker Jose Luis Rodriguez footballer, born 1 ...

                                               

Luis Gonzalez

Luis Gonzalez or Gonzalez may refer to: Luis Gonzalez-Bravo y Lopez de Arjona 1811–1871, two-time Prime Minister of Spain Luis Gonzalez television character, a character in Chiquititas Luis Gonzalez swimmer, Colombian swimmer Luis Gonzalez Chilea ...

                                               

Richard Gagnon

Richard Joseph Gagnon is a Canadian bishop of the Catholic Church. After finishing high school and post-secondary school in Greater Vancouver, he studied for the priesthood at the Pontifical Beda College in Rome and was ordained a priest in 1983. ...

                                               

Apostolic Nunciature to Qatar

The Apostolic Nunciature to Qatar is an ecclesiastical office of the Catholic Church in Qatar. It is a diplomatic post of the Holy See, whose representative is called the Apostolic Nuncio with the rank of an ambassador. The Apostolic Nuncio to Qa ...

                                               

Apostolic Nunciature to Yemen

The Apostolic Nunciature to Yemen is an ecclesiastical office of the Catholic Church in Yemen. It is a diplomatic post of the Holy See, whose representative is called the Apostolic Nuncio with the rank of an ambassador. The Apostolic Nuncio to Ye ...

                                               

Apostolic Nunciature to United Arab Emirates

The Apostolic Nunciature to United Arab Emirates is an ecclesiastical office of the Catholic Church in United Arab Emirates. It is a diplomatic post of the Holy See, whose representative is called the Apostolic Nuncio with the rank of an ambassad ...

                                               

Apostolic Nunciature to Bahrain

The Apostolic Nunciature to Bahrain is an ecclesiastical office of the Catholic Church in Bahrain. It is a diplomatic post of the Holy See, whose representative is called the Apostolic Nuncio with the rank of an ambassador. The Apostolic Nuncio t ...

                                               

Henryk Jagodzinski (nuncio)

Henryk Mieczyslaw Jagodzinski is a Polish priest of the Catholic Church who has been named Apostolic Nuncio to Ghana with the rank of archbishop.

                                               

Bruno Torpigliani

Bruno Torpigliani was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who worked in the diplomatic service of the Holy See. He was made an archbishop in 1964 and served as Apostolic Nuncio to several countries, including the Philippines for 17 years.

                                               

Antonio Mattiazzo

Antonio Mattiazzo was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who was Bishop of Padua with the personal title of archbishop from 1989 to 2015. He worked in the diplomatic service of the Holy See and was Apostolic Nuncio to Ivory Coast, Burkina ...

                                               

Giovanni Gravelli

Giovanni Gravelli was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who joined the diplomatic service of the Holy See in 1950 and became an archbishop and Apostolic Nuncio in 1967.

                                               

Luigi Centoz

Luigi Centoz, also known as Louis Centoz, was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who spent more than five decades in the diplomatic service of the Holy See, either in Rome or serving in offices abroad. He became an archbishop in 1932 and s ...

                                               

Antonio Magnoni

Antonio Magnoni was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who spent forty years of his fifty-year career in the diplomatic service of the Holy See, interrupted for a ten-year posting in the Roman Curia. He became an archbishop in 1980 and ser ...

                                               

Alberto Tricarico

Alberto Tricarico is an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who worked in the diplomatic service of the Holy See and in the Roman Curia.

                                               

Dim

Dim may refer to: Nickname of John Wooldridge 1919–1958, British film music composer and Second World War bomber pilot "DiM", a 1998 episode of Dexters Laboratory A keyword in most versions of the BASIC programming language Dim, Iran, a village i ...

                                               

Minh Nguyen (disambiguation)

Minh Nguyen is a name of Vietnamese origin that may refer to the following Vietnamese Americans: Minh Van Nguyen, an American professional poker player Minh Nguyen-Vo 1956–, an American film director The following people also have the family name ...

                                               

Tam Minh Pham

Tam Minh Pham was the first Vietnamese graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point. He returned to Vietnam about a year before the fall of Saigon to North Vietnam where he taught at the military academy before his arrest of impri ...

                                               

3rd Military Region (Algeria)

The 3rd Military Region is a military region of the Algerian Peoples National Armed Forces. It has its headquarters at Bechar. The military region system, adopted shortly after independence, grew out of the Algerian War wilaya structure and the n ...

                                               

Moroccan War

Moroccan War may refer to: Rif War also known as the Second Moroccan War, 1921-1926, between Spain, France and Northern Morocco Republic of the Rif Hispano-Moroccan War 1859–60, between Spain and Morocco Franco-Moroccan War of 1844, between Franc ...

                                               

Algeria–Mauritania border

The Algeria–Mauritania border is 460 km in length and runs from the tripoint with Western Sahara in the west to the tripoint with Mali in the east.

                                               

Simoom (disambiguation)

Simoom is a strong, dry, dust-laden local wind in Sahara, Palestine, Jordan, Syria, and the Arabian Peninsula. Simoom may also refer to: Simoom Sound, British Columbia, the post office located on the sound Simoom, a one-act play by August Strindb ...

                                               

HAZ

Mark Hazinski born 1985, American table tennis player Hamzah Haz born 1940, Indonesian journalist and politician, ninth Vice President of Indonesia

                                               

Thomas J. Scotes

Thomas James Scotes was a career U.S. Foreign Service Officer and was the U.S. Ambassador to Yemen and Charge dAffaires ad interim to Syria. Since he retired, hes been a consultant and Vice President of the Hellenic American Union in Athens, Gree ...

                                               

Death and state funeral of Jawaharlal Nehru

Nehru had been in declining health for some time. He suffered a serious stroke in early 1964. From 23-26 May, he went to Dehra Dun for a short rest, returning to his official residence at Teen Murti House in New Delhi on 26 May. He woke early the ...

                                               

William Miko

As a student at Evelyn Hone College in the late 1980s Miko helped found the Zambia National Visual Arts Council, serving on the first interim national executive committee. In 1999 he obtained a Masters in Fine Art from Middlesex University. He is ...

                                               

Tonderai Kasu

Tonderai Kasu is a community leader in Chitungwiza, Zimbabwe. A medical doctor by training, he is currently the Acting Town Clerk or Acting Chief Executive, of the Chitungwiza Town Council. He was appointed to the position of Acting Town Clerk by ...

                                               

SVH

SVH may refer to Health St. Vincents Hospital disambiguation, various hospitals Simi Valley Hospital, a Seventh-day adventist hospital in California Stormont Vail Health, a medical facility in Kansas, USA Schools Scotts Valley High School, a high ...

                                               

Tuur Elzinga

Arthur Elzinga is a Dutch politician and trade unionist. Between 2007 and 2016 he served in the Senate of the Netherlands representing the Socialist Party. Since 2018, he is a vice-president of the trade union confederation FNV with responsibilit ...

                                               

Untouchable

A social group of very low social status – see Untouchability Nicolino Locche 1939–2005, Argentine boxer and light welterweight world champion nicknamed "The Untouchable" Untouchables law enforcement, a 1930s American law enforcement unit led by ...

                                               

UPP

UPP may stand for: Political parties United Peoples Party disambiguation, various parties Union por el Peru, a liberal or centrist political party in Peru Union for Promoting Progress União Promotora para o Progresso, a political party in Macao U ...

                                               

Council house (disambiguation)

Council House, Birmingham, the home of Birmingham City Council, England Council House, Bristol, the former name of the seat of local government in Bristol, England Council House, Coventry, the headquarters of Coventry City Council, England Nottin ...

                                               

Heywood

Antarctica Heywood Lake, Signy Island Heywood Island Antarctica, South Shetland Islands Australia Shire of Heywood, former local government area Heywood, Victoria, town and railway junction Heywood Island Western Australia United Kingdom Heywood ...

                                               

Republic of Fiji Naval Service

The Fijian Navy was created when Fiji ratified the recently created United Nations Convention on Laws of the Sea. The Convention established that maritime nation had an Exclusive Economic Zone of 200 kilometres, which extended Fijis waters twenty ...

                                               

George French

George French may refer to: George Russell French 1803–1881, British antiquary George Arthur French 1841–1921, first Commissioner of the North-West Mounted Police George P. French 1865–1932, founding member and first president of the Rochester Nu ...

                                               

Property Owned by the Central Peoples Government in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region

The Central Peoples Government owns and operates numerous properties in Hong Kong. The CPG has three organs in Hong Kong- the Hong Kong Liaison Office, the Hong Kong Garrison of the PLA, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Hong Kong.

                                               

Supercops

Supercop soundtrack, 1996 U.S. soundtrack album for the Hong Kong film Supercop, aka Police Story 3, a 1992 Hong Kong film "Supercop" song, 1996 song by Devo off the eponymous soundtrack for the eponymous film, see Supercop soundtrack Supercop 2, ...

                                               

Kwok Wing Hang and others v Chief Executive in Council and another

Kwok Wing Hang and others v Chief Executive in Council and another is a Hong Kong constitutional case concerning the Prohibition on Face Covering Regulation and Emergency Regulations Ordinance.

                                               

Arthur Maxwell

Somerset Arthur Maxwell 1905–1942, English Conservative Member of Parliament Arthur Maxwell, British Commissioner of Police Hong Kong 1953 - 1959 Arthur Maxwell, 11th Baron Farnham 1879–1957, Irish Representative peer and Nova Scotia baronet

                                               

British military network in Iran

The British military network in Iran, an intelligence gathering network that infiltrated the Iranian Armed Forces, dates back to the World War II years and is distinguishable from the long-standing local civilian network run by the British in Iran.

                                               

Murder of Nava Elimelech

The younger daughter of Mazal Elimelech, she left her parents house in Bat Yam on March 20, 1982, to visit a friends home, which was about 300 meters away. She left behind a note to her parents, which had the following message: "To Mom and Dad an ...

                                               

IGP

IGP can refer to: Integrated graphics processor, a graphics processing unit IGP e-gifting retailer, e-commerce business in India Indian Gandhiyan Party, a political party in Kerala, India Indication geographique protegee protected geographical in ...

                                               

Chris Lewis

Chris Lewis may refer to: Chris Lewis police commissioner born 1957, Ontario Provincial Police commissioner Christopher Lewis tennis born 1956, also known as Chris Lewis, American tennis player Chris Lewis footballer born 1969, Aboriginal Austral ...

                                               

John Cullen (disambiguation)

John Cullen is an ice hockey player. John Cullen may also refer to: John J. Cullen 1845–1896, New York politician Sir John Cullen, 2nd Baronet 1652–1677, of the Cullen baronets John Cullen baseball 1854–1921, Major League Baseball player John Cul ...

                                               

James Cummings

James Cummings is the name of: James Cummings police officer 1878–1976, New Zealand policeman and police commissioner Bart Cummings James Bartholomew Cummings, 1927–2015, Australian racehorse trainer James H. Cummings 1890–1979, politician from T ...

                                               

Alexander Bruce

Alexander Bruce, 2nd Earl of Kincardine 1629–1681, Scottish inventor, politician, judge and freemason Alexander Bruce politician 1839–1917, New Zealand engineer, trade unionist and politician Alexander Bruce stock inspector 1827–1903, Australian ...

                                               

Arthur Wright

Arthur Wright may refer to: A. Gilbert Wright 1909–1987, American zoologist Arthur F. Wright 1913–1976, American academic, sinologist, editor and professor of history Arthur E. Wright 1907–1977, Canadian politician Arthur Wright writer 1870–1932, ...