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Lim Yi Wei

Lim Yi Wei is a Malaysian politician from the Democratic Action Party, one of the three component parties of the Pakatan Harapan coalition. She is currently the assembly woman of the Selangor State Legislative Assembly for Kampung Tunku constitue ...

                                               

Pegasus Airlines Flight 2193

Pegasus Airlines Flight 2193 was a scheduled domestic passenger flight from Izmir to Istanbul in Turkey operated by Pegasus Airlines. On 5 February 2020, the Boeing 737-800 operating the route skidded off the runway while landing at Istanbul-Sabi ...

                                               

Health and Education for All

Health and Education for All is a UK registered charity not for profit organisation operating in India. In UK, the activities of this non-profit are fundraising, increasing awareness on health and education aspects, while its associated body in I ...

                                               

Laila Bugaighis

Laila Taher Bugaighis is a Libyan physician and human rights activist. She is the CEO and former deputy director general of the Benghazi Medical Centre, one of only two tertiary care hospitals in Libya. She is the founder and chair of the Nationa ...

                                               

NCS

N-Chlorosuccinimide, an organic chemical Neural stem cell Neuronal calcium sensor, a family of proteins Thiocyanate, an organic compound in the cyanate family Neotenic complex syndrome Nerve conduction study, a medical diagnostic test

                                               

Gurnick Academy

Gurnick Academy is an accredited private higher-education institution in California providing nursing, imaging and allied health programs. The school’s corporate office is located in San Mateo, California, and it operates six campuses, in San Mat ...

                                               

Nahid Bhadelia

Nahid Bhadelia is an American infectious-diseases physician, an associate professor at the Boston University School of Medicine, and the medical director of the Special Pathogens Unit at Boston Medical Center.

                                               

MotorSport New Zealand

Motorsport New Zealand is the national governing and sanctioning body for four-wheeled motorsport in New Zealand. It is affiliated with the Federation Internationale de lAutomobile.

                                               

1966 Air New Zealand DC-8 crash

On 4 July 1966 an Air New Zealand Douglas DC-8-52 with the registration ZK-NZB crashed on takeoff on a routine training flight from Auckland International Airport killing 2 of the 5 crew on board.

                                               

HSL

High-speed link in telephony Health and Safety Laboratory, an agency of the Health and Safety Executive in the United Kingdom Hybrid solar lighting HSL Fortran library, a numerical software library HSL and HSV color space, which describes colors ...

                                               

TSA

Tenant Services Authority, a former regulatory body in England Thailand Swimming Association, the aquatic sports government of Thailand Theosophical Society in America Transpacific Stabilization Agreement, a research and discussion forum for the ...

                                               

Divisoria

Divisoria is a commercial center in between Tondo and Binondo in Manila, Philippines known for its shops that sell low-priced goods and its diverse manufacturing activities. Tutuban Center is situated within the commercial hub along with a night ...

                                               

PY

Delphine Py-Bilot, a French triathlete Pierre-Yves Gerbeau, French businessman Eugene Py, a French cinema pioneer of the Cinema of Argentina Olivier Py, a French stage director, actor and writer Piye, a Kushite king and founder of the Twenty-fift ...

                                               

Georgette Klinger

Georgette Klinger was a Czech-born American businesswoman and cosmetologist who founded skin care brand Georgette Klinger Inc. in New York City in 1941. Born into a wealthy family in Brno, Moravia, she became interested in beauty care after devel ...

                                               

La Madeleine

The urban agglomeration of Les Iles-de-la-Madeleine Les Iles-de-la-Madeleine, Quebec, one of two municipalities forming the urban agglomeration of Les Iles-de-la-Madeleine in Quebec, Canada the other is Grosse-Ile Cap-de-la-Madeleine, a former ci ...

                                               

Pulsar (disambiguation)

RS64-III or Pulsar, a 1990s IBM microprocessor Pulsar smoking, brand of vaporizers and smoking accessories Pulsar synthesizer, a DSP-based synthesizer by Creamware Pulsar watch, brand of watches now owned by Seiko PULSAR, a brand name for night v ...

                                               

NRT

Nicotine replacement therapy, a stop-smoking treatment Thalamic reticular nucleus Latin: Nucleus reticularis thalami, a part of the thalamus a structure within the brains of vertebrates Neuroreflexotherapy, a medical treatment for low back pain a ...

                                               

S16

S16, S-16 or S-16 may refer to: Sikorsky S-16 a Russian two-seat biplane designed by Igor Sikorsky in 1915. Expressway S16 Austria, an Austrian expressway Expressway S16 Poland, a Polish expressway a Zurich S-Bahn line SPAD S.XVI, a development o ...

                                               

Oslo (disambiguation)

Oslo, Dodge County, Minnesota, an unincorporated community in southeast Minnesota, United States Oslo Hackney, an East London kitchen-bar-venue based in Hackney Oslo, Minnesota, a small city in northwest Minnesota, United States Oslo, Florida, an ...

                                               

Jimmy the Chimp (animal actor)

Jimmy was a male chimpanzee and animal actor, trained by actor and magician John Calvert. He performed in the 1953 film Dark Venture, alongside Calvert. Jimmy was also featured in Calverts magic shows in the United States, and on-board his luxury ...

                                               

Nicotine pouch

Nicotine pouches are white pre-portioned pouches containing nicotine but no tobacco, and are described as either similar to or a tobacco-free version of snus. No combustion is involved. The user puts a pouch between the upper lip and gum, and lea ...

                                               

Ashes to Ashes

Ashes to Ashes book, by Richard Kluger, about smoking in the United States, 1996 Ashes to Ashes play, by Harold Pinter, 1996 Ashes to Ashes novel, by Tami Hoag, 1999

                                               

NSM

Non-Stipendiary Minister, an unpaid priest in the Church of England and Church of Ireland National Socialist Movement disambiguation, a name used by a number of neo-Nazi organizations New Socialist Movement, a political party in Gujarat that was ...

                                               

UST

UST or Ust may refer to: Underground storage tank Equatorial Guinea Workers Union Mavic Universal Standard for Tubeless bicycle tires UST Growling Tigers, mens varsity team .ust, file extension for Utau project files United States Television Manu ...

                                               

Criollo

Argentine Criollo cattle, one of these breeds Criollo cattle, a group of cattle breeds descended from Spanish stock imported to the Americas Criollo duck, a species of duck native to Central and South America. Raramuri Criollo cattle, another suc ...

                                               

TTM

TTM often refers to: TTM, Tata Motorss stock symbol on the New York Stock Exchange TTM programming language, a programming language TTM, Turntablist Transcription Methodology, a musical notation system for scratching and turntablism TTM may also ...

                                               

CTN

Campus Television Network, a student station in the Republic of Ireland Cambodian Television Network, Cambodia Community Tech Network, Nonprofit focused on digital literacy based in California and Texas bTV Action, a Bulgarian channel formerly kn ...

                                               

Note

Notes, a common yet unofficial shortened version of the title of the American TV situation comedy, Notes from the Underbelly Notes album, a 1987 album by Paul Bley and Paul Motian Notes 2013 film, a short by John McPhail Musical note, a pitched s ...

                                               

Goodwin

Goodwin surname, people with the surname Goodwin Liu born 1970, American lawyer and politician Goodwin "Goody" Rosen 1912–1994, Canadian Major League Baseball All Star outfielder Rex Goodwin, fictional character in the anime series Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D

                                               

Kelley Lee

Kelley Lee is a Professor of Public Health at Simon Fraser University. She has studied the impact of globalisation on public health, with a particular focus on the tobacco industry. During the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic Lee studied effective wa ...

                                               

ETS

Educational and Training Services Branch, of the British Army Ecole de technologie superieure, an engineering school in Montreal, Canada European Theological Seminary, in Kniebis, Germany Educational Testing Service, an American assessment organi ...

                                               

Quid

Quasi Universal Intergalactic Denomination, a prototype for a possible future type of currency for use by space tourists Euro or the former Irish pound, slang in Ireland. Australian pound, Australian slang no longer issued Pound sterling, British ...

                                               

Tomato yellow leaf curl China virus

Tomato yellow leaf curl China virus is a virus which contains 25 isolates. It infects plants as different as tobacco and tomato, as well as genetically modified plants. Petunias can be infected, but show no symptoms. The microbiology of the virus ...

                                               

Deli

Deli, Boyer-Ahmad, a village in Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province, Iran Deli, a town in Sumatra developed for tobacco commerce that became Medan Deli, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, a village in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province, Iran Deli, Izeh, ...

                                               

Danish Tobacco Workers Union

The Danish Tobacco Workers Union was a trade union representing cigar and cigarette makers in Denmark. Cigar makers in Copenhagen formed the Enigheden union in 1871, the countrys first socialist trade union. On 21 August 1887, it merged with elev ...

                                               

H. Nielsens Tobacco Factory

H. Nielsens Tobacco Factory is a former tobacco factory at Brogade 6 in Odense, Denmark. The Italian Renaissance Revival style building is from 1887.

                                               

N. B. Clemmensen

N. B. Clemmensen, later N. B. Clemmensens Eftf. A/S, was a tobacco company founded in 1830 in Nakskov on Lolland in southeastern Denmark. It was from 1939 based at Classensgade 71 in Copenhagen.

                                               

Hirschsprung

Hirschsprung or Hirschprung may refer to: Places in Germany Hirschsprung, Germany, a village in the eastern Ore Mountains in Saxony Hirschsprung Black Forest, a crag above the Hollental gorge in the Black Forest People Pinhas Hirschprung 1912–199 ...

                                               

Vestergade 5

Vestergade 5 is a Neoclassical property in the Old Town of Copenhagen, Denmark. The building was listed in the Danish registry of protected buildings and places in 1918.

                                               

Gustav Lotze A/S

The company was founded as a wholesale business in 1860 by pharmacist at the Love Apotek in Odense Ernst Gustav Lotze 1825-1893. It supplied other pharmacies with a range of pharmaceuticals and chemical compinds which had until then been imported ...

                                               

Oliver Twist (disambiguation)

Oliver Twist 1916 film, a 1916 silent film adaptation, starring Marie Doro and Tully Marshall Oliver Twist 1982 Australian film, a 1982 Australian animated film Oliver Twist 1997 film, a 1997 television movie adaptation Oliver Twist 1919 film, a ...

                                               

STG

Sonar Technician surface, United States Navy rating Sturmgewehr StG, German assault rifle Sturzkampfgeschwader StG, in Organization of the Luftwaffe 1933–45

                                               

Hamlet (disambiguation)

Hamlet opera, French opera by Ambroise Thomas Hamlet Liszt, a symphonic poem by Franz Liszt Amleto, Italian opera by Arrigo Boito libretto and Franco Faccio music Hamlet Dean, English opera by Brett Dean 2017 Hamlet Tchaikovsky, two compositions

                                               

B&W

Boeing & Westervelt – precursor company to Boeing Bowers & Wilkins, a British loudspeaker company Burmeister & Wain, Danish ship yard and diesel engine producer B+W Filterfabrik, a photographic filter manufacturer now owned by Schneider Kreuznach ...

                                               

Valdemar Michael Amdrup

Valdemar Michael Amdrup was a Danish lawyer and the second president of the Danish Society for Nature Conservation in 1915-21-

                                               

Henk Bekedam

Dr. Henk Bekedam is a medical doctor, public health specialist and an employee at the World Health Organization. Since 27 November 2015, he works as the WHO Representative to India. In 2020, he provided expert opinion on COVID-19 prevention and c ...

                                               

Industrial Union (Finland)

The Industrial Union is a trade union representing workers in light and heavy industries in Finland. The union was founded on 1 January 2018, when the Industrial Union TEAM merged with the Metalworkers Union and the Wood and Allied Workers Union. ...

                                               

Karelia (disambiguation)

Karelia, the land of Karelians, in its most general sense East Karelia, the cultural root of Finnishness, the land of the Kalevala Karelo-Finnish SSR, a Soviet Republic 1940–1956 Republic of Karelia, an autonomous republic in Russia Eastern Karel ...

                                               

OTP

Old Town Pizza, pizzeria in Portland, Oregon, U.S. Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning, department of the Thai Government Office of Technology Policy, U.S. government office Office of Telecommunications Policy, U.S. government off ...

                                               

JT

J.T. Lambert, a character in the TV sitcom Step by Step J.T. Martin, a character in the TV sitcom Silver Spoons Jimma Times, owner of the Ethiopian newspaper Yeroo Jakobstads Tidning, a Finland-Swedish newspaper Jornal da Tarde, a Brazilian newsp ...