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William Bush

William Bush may refer to: William McKeeva Bush, first Premier of the Cayman Islands Billy Bush born 1971, American television personality Billy Bush record producer, American record producer William Bush Hornblower, a fictional British Royal Nav ...

                                               

Tiakana Numanga

Tiakana Numanga was a Cook Islands politician. He served as a member of the Legislative Assembly between 1965 and his death and held several ministerial portfolios, including being Deputy Premier.

                                               

Dick Charles Brown

Dick Charles Brown was a Cook Islands businessman and politician. He served as a member of the Legislative Assembly between 1958 and 1965, and became the territorys first Leader of Government Business in 1963.

                                               

Lo Fu Tau

Lo Fu Tau is formed by Granitic rocks, unlike many of the tallest mountains on Lantau Island, such as Lantau Peak, which are formed by Volcanic rocks.

                                               

Overlord (disambiguation)

An overlord in the English feudal system was a lord of a manor who had subinfeudated a particular manor, estate or fee, to a tenant. Overlord may also refer to:

                                               

Charnwood

Borough of Charnwood, a local government district in the county of Leicestershire, England Charnwood ward, an electoral ward and administrative division of the city of Leicester, England Charnwood Forest, located within the borough Charnwood Lodg ...

                                               

Commerce (disambiguation)

Commerce is a branch of production that deals with the exchange of goods and services at any stage between a producer and a final consumer. Commerce may also refer to:

                                               

List of Rajya Sabha members from the Bharatiya Janata Party

The Bharatiya Janata Party is one of the two major parties in the political system of Republic of India, the other being the Indian National Congress. As of 2015, it is the countrys largest political party in terms of representation in the Lok Sa ...

                                               

Koderma–Hazaribagh–Barkakana-Ranchi line

The Koderma–Hazaribagh–Barkakana-Ranchi line is an Indian railway line connecting Koderma Junction in the Asansol-Gaya section with Hazaribagh Town, Barkakana and Ranchi. This 211-kilometre track is under the jurisdiction of South Eastern Railway ...

                                               

Governors Mansion

Governors Mansion is a common term for the official residence of a governor, as in the cases for the official residences of U.S. state governors. India Portuguese Governor’s Mansion, Pondicherry Philippines Governors Mansion Bohol Russia Governor ...

                                               

Gaspar de la Torre y Ayala

Gaspar de la Torre arrived in the Philippines with the mission to urge the Sultan of Sulu Azim ud-Din alternatively spelled as Alimuddin to fulfill an earlier peace treaty signed in 1737 drawn by the previous Governor-General Fernando Valdes y Ta ...

                                               

MDC

Macau Design Centre, an art center in Macau Music Directory Canada, Canadian music publisher MDC band Millions of Dead Cops, an American rock band M.D.C. - Maschera di cera, a 1997 Italian horror film

                                               

Compostela, Davao de Oro

Compostela, officially the Municipality of Compostela, is a 1st class municipality in the province of Davao de Oro, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 87.474 people.

                                               

Philippine House Committee on Women and Gender Equality

The Philippine House Committee on Women and Gender Equality, or Women and Gender Equality Committee is a standing committee of the Philippine House of Representatives. The House Committee on Women and Gender Equality has general jurisdiction on a ...

                                               

Philippine House Special Committee on Food Security

The Philippine House Special Committee on Food Security is a special committee of the Philippine House of Representatives. The House Special Committee on Food Security has general jurisdiction on all matters directly and principally relating to p ...

                                               

Philippine House Committee on Appropriations

The Philippine House Committee on Appropriations, or Appropriations Committee is a standing committee of the Philippine House of Representatives. The House Committee on Appropriations has general jurisdiction on all matters directly and principal ...

                                               

Aragon, Antioquia

Aragon is one of the 5 official townships of Santa Rosa de Osos, Antioquia, Colombia. Located north of the municipality. The urban area and centrality of the township is approximately 32 kilometers from the city of Santa Rosa de Osos. It is chara ...

                                               

Duke of Montalto (defunct)

Duke of Montalto was a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain, accompanied by the dignity of Grandee and granted in 1507 by Ferdinand II to his nephew Fernando de Aragon y Guardato, who was an illegitimate son of Ferdinand I of Naples. In 1958, ...

                                               

Maria Teresa Muñoz Guillen

Maria Teresa Muñoz Guillen, is a world recognized textile artist whose works are exhibited in Europe, the Americas, Asia and the Middle East. She resides and works in New York, Naples and Zaragoza and is best known for the creation and restoratio ...

                                               

Eastern Army (Spain)

The Eastern Army, also translated as the Army of the East, was a unit of the Spanish Republican Army that operated in the eastern part of Spain during the Spanish Civil War. Republican forces deployed on the Aragon front of the war initially came ...

                                               

Confederacy

Confederacy may refer to: A confederation, an association of sovereign states or communities. Examples include: Confederate States Army Confederate States Marine Corps Confederate States of America, a confederation of secessionist American states ...

                                               

Hasier Arraiz

Hasier Arraiz Barbadillo is a Spanish politician from the Basque Country. He was the first president of Sortu, and a member of the Basque Parliament.

                                               

Murcia (Vino de la Tierra)

IGP Murcia is a Spanish geographical indication for Vino de la Tierra wines located in the autonomous region of Murcia. Vino de la Tierra is one step below the mainstream Denominacion de Origen indication on the Spanish wine quality ladder, and m ...

                                               

Rafael Parra

Parra was appointed the President of Zulia in 1877, by the new President of Venezuela, Francisco Linares Alcantara. He arrived in Maracaibo on 22 September 1877. He held the office for three terms, between 1877 and 1878 and again in 1891. One of ...

                                               

Global Television (disambiguation)

Global Television or Global TV may refer to: GTV Indonesia, formerly Global TV, a television station in Indonesia Global Television Network, a major English-language television network in Canada Global Television, a former name of Red TV Peru Glo ...

                                               

Amanat Lewana

Amanat Lewana was an Afghan politician who served as prime minister under Salemai, a king of Afghanistan who ruled only in the Eastern Province.

                                               

Amanul Mulk

In either 1944 or 1945, the Safi tribe rose up against the government of the Kingdom of Afghanistan. According to British records, the uprising was caused by the Afghan governments attempts to institute conscription among the Safi, trading monopo ...

                                               

Mohammad Qasim

Mohammad Qasim may refer to: Mohammad Qasim Hashimzai, Deputy Minister of Justice of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Muhammad Qasim born 1984, Pakistani professional football player Mohammad Qasim Fahim 1957–2014, also known as "Marshal Fahim ...

                                               

Sigridur Duna Kristmundsdottir

Sigridur Duna completed her B.Sc. Econ in Anthropology in 1975 from The London School of Economics and Political Science, an MA in Anthropology from The University of Rochester, New York, in 1980 and a Doctorate in Anthropology from the same univ ...

                                               

Raul Botelho

Raul Botelho is a Brazilian Lieutenant-Brigadier of the Brazilian Air Force, who has served as Chief of the Joint Staff of the Armed Forces since 2019.

                                               

Walter Souza Braga Netto

Walter Souza Braga Netto is a Brazilian army general of the Brazilian Army. He is the current Chief of Staff of the Presidency. Braga was Commander of the Eastern Military Command and, until 31 December 2018, Federal Interventor in the Public Sec ...

                                               

CIGS

CIGS may refer to: United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, a treaty that is a uniform international sales law. CIGS solar cell, a PV technology using CIGS absorber material see next item Copper indium gallium s ...

                                               

Jeff Davis

Jeffrey O. Davis, Wisconsin Court of Appeals judge Jefferson Davis 1808–1889, President of the Confederate States of America Jeff Davis Arkansas governor 1862–1913, U.S. Senator and 20th Governor of Arkansas Geoff Davis born 1958, U.S. Congressma ...

                                               

Gregory House (disambiguation)

Gregory House is the main character of the American television series House. Gregory House also may refer to the following structures: Please note: U.S. sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP are distinguished by the county ...

                                               

Thompson v. Hebdon

Thompson v. Hebdon, 589 U.S. ___, is a United States Supreme Court decision concerning campaign finance. The Ninth Circuits decision was vacated and remanded by the Supreme Court.

                                               

Carol Adams

Carol Adams may refer to: Carol J. Adams born 1951, American vegan feminist theorist and author of books on eco-feminism Carol Adams actress 1918–2012, American actress and dancer Carol Adams educator 1948–2007, chief executive of the General Tea ...

                                               

Ferry (disambiguation)

Ferry Point, Hong Kong, China Ferry Island, in British Columbia, Canada Ferrey River, Ethiopia

                                               

Hamilton House

Hamilton House may refer to: Hamilton House Providence, Rhode Island, a non-profit organization Hamilton House dance, a type of Scottish country dance

                                               

Robertson House

Robertson House or Robertson Farm may refer to: T.H. Robertson House, in Fort Collins, Colorado, listed on the NRHP in Larimer County, Colorado William Robertson House, in Pinopolis, South Carolina Judge William J. Robertson House, in Charlottesv ...

                                               

William Ray

William Ray may refer to: William Hallett Ray 1825–1909, Canadian politician, farmer, and merchant Bill Ray bishop, 10th Anglican Bishop of North Queensland, Australia William Ray medicine 1884–1953, academic in Adelaide, South Australia William ...

                                               

Benson House

Benson House or Benson Building or variations may refer to: in the United States by state then city Benson Building Baltimore, Maryland, NRHP-listed Dr. Theodore J. Benson House, Fromberg, Montana, NRHP-listed in Carbon County, Montana Judge Henr ...

                                               

Holman House

Holman House may refer to: in Australia Holman House, Dover Heights, Sydney, New South Wales in the United States by state, then city John Holman House, Humboldt, Nebraska, listed on the NRHP in Richardson County Judge William Shields Holman Hous ...

                                               

Clarke House

Clarke House may refer to: Hancock–Clarke House, Lexington, Massachusetts, NRHP-listed Henry B. Clarke House, Chicago, Illinois, NRHP-listed Clarke Estate, Santa Fe Springs, California, NRHP-listed in Los Angeles County Clarke–Hobbs–Davidson Hous ...

                                               

Jacobs House

Jacobs House may refer to: in the United States by state, then town or city Herbert and Katherine Jacobs Second House, Madison, Wisconsin, NRHP-listed Durham–Jacobs House, Portland, Oregon, NRHP-listed Jacobs–Wilson House, Portland, Oregon, NRHP- ...

                                               

Anderson House

Anderson House may refer to: in Canada Anderson House St. Johns, in Newfoundland in the United States by state then city Williams-Anderson House, Tyler, Texas, listed on the NRHP in Smith County J.A. Anderson House, Lamberton, Minnesota, listed o ...

                                               

Page House

Christopher Page House, Bedford, Massachusetts Williamson Page House, Morrisville, North Carolina William Page House, Glasgow, Kentucky, a National Register of Historic Places listing in Barren County, Kentucky Thomas D. Page House, Chicopee, Mas ...

                                               

Wilson House

Wilson House may refer to: in Great Britain Wilson House, London in the United States Wilson House Russellville, Arkansas, NRHP-listed Warren Wilson House, Cape Vincent, New York, NRHP-listed Mary Park Wilson House, Gerrardstown, West Virginia, N ...

                                               

Robbins House

Robbins House may refer to: Wendell P. and Harriet Rounds Robbins House, Benton Harbor, Michigan, listed on the NRHP in Berrien County Hildreth-Robbins House, Chelmsford, Massachusetts, listed on the NRHP in Middlesex County Judge George Robbins ...

                                               

Palmer House (disambiguation)

Palmer House may refer to: in the United Kingdom Palmer House, Great Torrington, an 18th-century house in Devon in the United States by state then city Palmer House Northfield Center, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Summit County, Ohio Isaac Palmer H ...

                                               

Burrell

Burrell Township, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, United States Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania, United States Burrell Boom, Belize Burrell Township, Decatur County, Iowa, United States Burrell, California, United States Upper Burrell Township, Penns ...