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Archduke Joseph

Archduke Joseph may refer to: Archduke Joseph diamond Archduke Joseph Franz of Austria 1799–1807 Archduke Joseph Ferdinand of Austria 1872–1942, titular Grand Duke of Tuscany from 1908 to 1921 Archduke Joseph Karl of Austria 1833–1905 Archduke Jo ...

                                               

Ordinance

Ordinance university, a particular class of internal legislation in a United Kingdom university Ordinance Belgium, a law adopted by the Brussels Parliament or the Common Community Commission Royal ordinance, see Decree Ordinance India Act of Parl ...

                                               

DSR

Direct Server Return, in telecommunication Data signaling rate, in telecommunication Data Set Ready, an RS-232 signal used by a modem to indicate to the computer that it is ready to receive data Dynamic Super Resolution, a feature of Nvidias Ferm ...

                                               

Nizam (disambiguation)

Nizam-e-Adl Regulation 2009, a government act establishing Sharia law in Malakand, Pakistan Nizam-ı Cedid, set of reforms carried out in the Ottoman Empire Nizām Shahi dynasty of Ahmadnagar Sultanate, India Nizam title, a title for sovereigns of ...

                                               

Advisory Council

Recreational Software Advisory Council Advisory Council of Faculty Senates Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS Homeland Security Advisory Council

                                               

NCP

NCP, Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia a temporary name for COVID-19. 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic WHO has named this disease "COVID-19" and was confirmed by The UN Health Agency later. "CO" means "Corona", "vi" stands for "Virus" and "D" is "Disease". ...

                                               

Czeslaw Sokolowski

Czeslaw Sokolowski was a Polish Roman Catholic priest, theologian, rector of the Catholic University of Lublin in 1924–1925, and at the Faculty of Catholic Theology at the University of Warsaw. He was auxiliary bishop of Siedlce from 1919 to 1940 ...

                                               

Gokuraku-ji (Kitakami)

Gokuraki-ji is a Buddhist temple located in the former Esahi District of what is now the city of Kitakami, in Iwate Prefecture in the far northern Tōhoku region of Japan, located at the base of the 244 metres Mount Kunimi. The temple belongs to t ...

                                               

GDS

UK Government Decontamination Service Government Digital Service, of the Government of the United Kingdoms Cabinet Office Citizens Democratic Party Bosnian: Gradanska Demokratska Stranka, a political party in Bosnia and Herzegovina

                                               

Tamil Nadu Global Investors Meet

Tamil Nadu Global Investors Meet is a business summit organised by the Government of Tamil Nadu in Chennai, to attract domestic and foreign investment in the state. It was first held in 2015. The latest edition held in 2019, enabled signing of 30 ...

                                               

DRDO Young Scientist Laboratories

DRDO Young Scientist Laboratories are five specialised research laboratories located in five different cities of India, inaugurated by the Prime Minister of India on 2 January 2020. Each laboratory deals with a focused area of science - artificia ...

                                               

Avanti

Krishna Avanti Primary School, Leicester, a state-funded Hindu faith school in the UK Avanti school, any of several state-funded Hindu faith schools in the UK run by the Avanti Schools Trust Avanti Court Primary School, Redbridge, a state-funded ...

                                               

Organ donation in India

Organ donation in India is regulated by the Transplantation of Human Organs and Tissues Act, 1994. The law allows both deceased and living donors to donate their organs. It also identifies brain death as a form of death. The National Organ and Ti ...

                                               

Dharmapala (disambiguation)

Dharmapala is a Sanskrit name which means "protector of the Dharma". The Pāli equivalent is Dhammapala. The name is often used by Buddhists to refer to a variety of persons and concepts, including:

                                               

Namgyal

Namgyal, a Tibetan deity, has been a personal name in several countries; see: Namgyal dynasty of Ladakh, rulers in Ladakh Ngawang Namgyal, founder of Bhutan Palden Thondup Namgyal, last hereditary ruler of Sikkim, husband of Hope Cooke Namgyal In ...

                                               

Jayavarman Kaundinya

According to the Chinese annals, he reigned over a prosperous kingdom influenced by Shaivism, but at the same time other religions were equally well represented in his kingdom. An inscription was also attributed to his wife, Queen Kulaprabhavati, ...

                                               

Islamic Academy

Islamic Academy may refer to: The Islamic Foundation Bangladesh, an autonomous organization under the Ministry of Religious Affairs in Bangladesh working to disseminate values and ideals of Islam and carry out activities related to those values a ...

                                               

Lori E. Dodd

Lori Elizabeth Dodd is an American mathematical statistician specialized in clinical trials methodology, statistical analysis of genomic data, design of clinical trials using biomarkers and imaging modalities, and statistical methods for analyzin ...

                                               

Shripad Subrao Talmaki

Rao Bahadur Shripad Subrao Talmaki was a social reformer and early pioneer of the Cooperative movement in India and is known as the father of Indias cooperative movement. He was a member of the Chitrapur Saraswat community. He was the main archit ...

                                               

Artsakh Conservative Party

The Artsakh Conservative Party was established on 26 February 2019. Its founder and current party leader is David Babayan. On 5 February 2020, it was announced that Babayan would run for the presidency of Artsakh and that he would lead the party ...

                                               

PKP (disambiguation)

Polish State Railways Polish: Polskie Koleje Panstwowe, railway operator Political Consultative Committee Polityczny Komitet Porozumiewawczy, a World War II Polish political organization Phi Kappa Phi, oldest all-discipline honor society in the U ...

                                               

AMN

Amn or AMN may refer to: AMN, a TV station in Griffith, New South Wales, Australia All Media Network, a former music, movie and game database company acquired by RhythmOne Gratiot Community Airport, Alma, Michigan, US, IATA code Amnionless, gene ...

                                               

CST

Collective Security Treaty of the Commonwealth of Independent States Constitution Party United States Socialist Workers Current Portuguese: Corrente Socialista dos Trabalhadores, in Brazil Sandinista Workers Centre Spanish: Central Sandinista de ...

                                               

Social Security

Social Security may refer to: Social Security play, a play by Andrew Bergman Social Security Organization, a social insurer organization in Iran South African Social Security Agency, an agency of the South African government Department of Social ...

                                               

Offensive Security

Offensive Security is an American international company working in information security, penetration testing and digital forensics. Operating from around 2007, the company created open source projects, advanced security courses, ExploitDB and the ...

                                               

NUP

NUP is an abbreviation for: National Umma Party Sudan. a political party in Sudan Northwestern University Press Necrotizing ulcerative periodontitis, a subclassification of Necrotizing periodontal diseases New Union Party, a political party in th ...

                                               

OAS

OAS or Oas may refer to: Ohio Auction School, an auction school in Ohio, U.S. OpenAPI Specification originally Swagger Specification, a specification for machine-readable interface files for RESTful Web services Old Age Security, a social securit ...

                                               

SSU

Savannah State University, Georgia Sonoma State University, California Saratov State University, Russia Samar State University, Philippines Salem State University, Massachusetts Salisbury State University, Maryland Sacramento State University, Ca ...

                                               

UC

University Challenge, a popular British quiz programme airing on BBC Two University Challenge New Zealand, the New Zealand version of the British programme Universal Century, one of the timelines of the Gundam anime metaseries

                                               

SSH (disambiguation)

Suppression subtractive hybridization, a genetic technique to show differentially expressed genes Saffir–Simpson hurricane scale, classifies hurricanes – Western Hemisphere tropical cyclones – that exceed the intensities of tropical depressions a ...

                                               

FSB

Swedbank, formerly ForeningsSparbanken, a retail banking group Federation of Small Businesses, a British lobbying group Financial Services Board South Africa, a financial regulatory authority Financial Stability Board, an international group of f ...

                                               

Anton Kotyakov

Anton Olegovich Kotyakov is a Russian statesman, politician and economist. He is serving as Minister of Labor and Social Protection of Russia in Mikhail Mishustins Cabinet since January 21, 2020.

                                               

Federal Service for Labour and Employment (Russia)

Federal Service for Labor and Employment) is the federal executive body of Russia under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation. It carries out enforcement functions in the field of labor, employm ...

                                               

Privilege

"Privilege" Law & Order: Criminal Intent, a television episode Privilege Television Personalities album, 1990 Privilege Abridged, an album by Parenthetical Girls, 2013 Privilege film, a 1967 film directed by Peter Watkins Privilege Ivor Cutler al ...

                                               

Altiplano (disambiguation)

There are several Altiplanos in the Americas. Altiplano may refer to: Federal Social Readaptation Center No. 1 "Altiplano", a maximum security federal prison in Mexico the Altiplano Cundiboyacense, an Andean highland in central Colombia the Boliv ...

                                               

MTSS

Military Training and Survival School, of the Irish Air Corps Ministerio de Trabajo y Seguridad Social, the Uruguayan ministry of labour and social security Ministry of Labour, Solidarity and Social Security Ministerio do Trabalho, Solidariedade ...

                                               

BPS

Plural of bp, base pair, a measure of length of DNA Battered person syndrome, a physical and psychological condition found in victims of abuse Bisphenol S, an organic chemical compound Bogomolnyi–Prasad–Sommerfield bound, a mathematical concept i ...

                                               

Cuentapropista

Cuentapropista is a Cuban term for a person who lives from his own business and is a "non-state" worker. The term is often used in Argentina and Uruguay as well, however, in most other Spanish-speaking countries, this would be referred to as a tr ...

                                               

Con El Mazo Dando

Con El Mazo Dando is a Venezuelan television programme. It is transmitted every Wednesdays at 7pm on Venezolana de Television and TVes. It is hosted by Diosdado Cabello. Its sister broadcast Nos Vemos en la Radio is also broadcast on Radio Nacion ...

                                               

List of international presidential trips made by Andrzej Duda

Below is a list of international trips made by Andrzej Duda, the 6th and current President of Poland. As of May 2020, Duda has made 40 international trips to 28 different countries since his tenure began on 6 August 2015. The number of visits per ...

                                               

List of children of Prime Ministers of India

The children of Prime Ministers of India are the subject of widespread public attention. There are 32 children of former Prime Ministers of India. Several of the children of former prime ministers have entered politics. Two have become Prime Mini ...

                                               

Saleemullah Khan

Maulana Saleemullah Khan was a Pakistani Islamic scholar and former President of Wifaq ul Madaris Al-Arabia, Pakistan. His notable students include Mufti Rafi Usmani and Mufti Taqi Usmani. Khan established Jamia Farooqia in Karachi in 1967.

                                               

2020 Palghar mob lynching

On 16 April 2020, a vigilante group lynched two Hindu Sadhus and their driver in Gadchinchale Village, Palghar District, Maharashtra, India. The incident was fuelled by WhatsApp rumours of thieves operating in the area during the countrywide coro ...

                                               

Ri Mu-yong

Ri Mu-yong is a North Korean politician and administrator. He served as Vice Premier and Minister of Chemical Industry in the Cabinet of North Korea.

                                               

Pak Sung-won

Park Sung-won is a former military officer and politician of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea who was a member of the Central Committee of the Workers Party of Korea. He served as delegate to the 12th convocation of the Supreme Peoples As ...

                                               

Yun Tong-hyon

Yun Tong-hyon is a North Korean general and politician. He is member of the Central Committee of the Workers Party of Korea and member of the Supreme Peoples Assembly, North Koreas unicameral parliament.

                                               

Kim Jong-im

Kim Jong-im is a North Korean politician. She is one of the few women who perform the highest functions in the North Korean government apparatus. She is a member of the Central Committee of the Workers Party of Korea and was a member of the Supre ...

                                               

Pyon In-son

Pyon In-son is North Korean politician and military office, colonel general and from March 2012 commander of the 4th Corps of the Korean Peoples Army.

                                               

So Hong-chan

So Hong-chan is a soldier and politician of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea. He is a member of the Central Committee of the Workers Party of Korea and its central military commission.

                                               

Li Yong-ju

Li Yong-ju is an Admiral and politician of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea and a candidate member of the Central Committee of the Workers Party of Korea. He was member of the 12th convocation of the Supreme Peoples Assembly. He is curren ...