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Ikenwoli Godfrey Emiko

Ikenwoli Godfrey Emiko born to Ogiame Erejuwa II and Olori Eyinagboluwade Emiko is the 20th Olu of Warri. He succeeded his elder brother Ogiame Atuwatse II who died in March 2015. He was crowned Ogiame Ikenwoli on the 12th of December 2015 at Ode ...

                                               

Sinan Idrizi

Sinan Idrizi is a key figure and major shareholder of Air Albania and is also the president of Albanian football club Flamurtari FC.

                                               

The Merchant of Venice (disambiguation)

The Merchant of Venice is a play by William Shakespeare. The Merchant of Venice may also refer to: The Merchant of Venice 1980 film, a TV film for season three of BBC Television Shakespeare The Merchant of Venice 1914 film, a lost American silent ...

                                               

Ainslie

Mount Ainslie, a hill in the suburbs of Canberra Ainslie Wood disambiguation, multiple places Ainslie, Australian Capital Territory, a suburb of Canberra, Australia Lake Ainslie, largest natural freshwater lake in Nova Scotia, Canada

                                               

MNB

MNB may refer to: Monday Night Baseball, a live game telecast of Major League Baseball Belgian National Movement, a World War II Belgian Resistance group Menadione Nicotinamide Bisulfite, a synthetic chemical compound – see Menadione Hungarian Na ...

                                               

Florence Edler de Roover

Florence Marguerite Edler de Roover was an American medievalist. In 1945 she published groundbreaking work on the history and terminology of marine insurance, dating the first insurance contracts to Italy in the decades around 1300.

                                               

Trader

Trader may refer to: Trader Media East, largest classified advertising company in Central and Eastern Europe A merchant vessel, a boat or ship that transports cargo or carries passengers for hire. This excludes pleasure craft that do not carry pa ...

                                               

Hooghly

Hooghly River Hooghly, West Bengal, colonial port town now part of Hugli-Chinsura Hooghly Lok Sabha constituency Hooghly district, established 1795, containing the above town

                                               

Matt Martin

Matt Martin may refer to: Matt Martin politician born 1984, Illinois politician Matt Martin British politician born 1971, British politician Matt Martin baseball, American baseball coach Matt Martin racing driver born 1991, American racecar drive ...

                                               

Adam Brown

Adam M. Brown 1826–1901, American politician Adam Brown Canadian politician 1826–1926, Canadian politician and merchant Adam Brown Illinois politician born 1986, Republican member of the Illinois General Assembly

                                               

Finnish Seamens Union

The Finnish Seamens Union is a trade union representing maritime and inland waterway transport workers in Finland. The Helsinki Seamens and Firemens Union was founded in 1916, and from 1920, it was known as the Finnish Seamens and Firemens Union, ...

                                               

Rissa

Rissa brevirostris, also known as the red-legged kittiwake Rissa tridactyla, also known as the black-legged kittiwake Rissa bird, genus of birds known as kittiwakes

                                               

Bartolomeo Campomenoso

Bartolomeo Campomenoso was a 17th century Antwerp merchant. The family was originally from Genoa and belonged to the Italian colony in Antwerp. He traded in different products and he was active in the exchange market at the head of the company fo ...

                                               

Flag (disambiguation)

The Flag novel, a 1965 novel by Robert Shaw Flag lighting, in film and photography, a device used to block light

                                               

Greek cafes in Queensland

Greek cafes were a significant cultural phenomenon in the history of Queensland, Australia, arising from a chain migration from Greece to Australia. Almost every town in Queensland had a Greek cafe, and as many as ten operated in larger towns lik ...

                                               

Becky Mill

Becky Mill or Becky Merchant also previously known as Rebecca Merchant is a former Scottish female field hockey player who played for the Scotland womens national field hockey team. She represented Scotland for 12 years in a career spanning from ...

                                               

Joseph Howard

Joseph Howard Oz, fictional character in the TV show Oz Joseph E. Howard 1870–1961, American composer and vaudeville performer Joseph Kinsey Howard 1906–1951, American writer Joseph Howard writer born 1957, pseudonym for American writer Paul Rudn ...

                                               

TMI

Toastmasters International, an international public speaking organization Teen Missions International, an interdenominational mission organization based in Florida The Monroe Institute, a nonprofit education and research organization Taiwan Music ...

                                               

Ben Lomond (disambiguation)

Ben Lomond Tasmania, a mountain located in the biogeographic region Ben Lomond biogeographic region, a biogeographic region in Tasmania Ben Lomond, New South Wales, a town in Australias New England region

                                               

Coromandel

Coromandel, New Zealand, a town on the Coromandel Peninsula Coromandel Coast, India Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand Presidency of Coromandel and Bengal Settlements Dutch Coromandel Coromandel New Zealand electorate Coromandel Valley, South Aust ...

                                               

Mullogh (1855 ship)

Mullogh was a ketch rigged steam ship, built in 1855 in Belfast. It sailed to Australia, then to New Zealand. The wreck of Mullogh is now beached on Quail Island.

                                               

Kira (title)

Kira, kyra, kiera or chiera, was a common title for the women, who acted as agents for the women of the Ottoman sultans Imperial Harem. Due to the restrictions of the customary gender segregation which was imposed upon the women of the harem, the ...

                                               

MOV

MOV may refer to: MOV x86 instruction, a mnemonic for the copying of data from one location to another in the x86 assembly language Motor-operated valve, a style of valve actuator for controlling flow in pipes The Merchant of Venice, a play by Wi ...

                                               

Hieronima de Paiva

Hieronima de Paiva, Paradesi Jews of Madras was a Portuguese Jewish diamond and coral merchant from Amsterdam belonging to Amsterdam Sephardic community. She was married to Jacques de Paiva.

                                               

Oliver De Lancey

Oliver De Lancey may refer to: Oliver De Lancey British Army and Spanish Legion officer 1803–1837, British Army officer, volunteered for Spanish Legion and died fighting in Spain during the First Carlist War Oliver De Lancey American loyalist 171 ...

                                               

Battle of Cadiz

Several engagements near the port of Cadiz in Spain are known as the Battle of Cadiz: Blockade of Cadiz 1762 prevented Spanish ships leaving port and going to the aid of Spains colonies which were under British attack Blockade of Cadiz 1797 Defen ...

                                               

F75

F75 or F-75 may refer to: HMS Mooltan F75, a 1939 British Royal Navy armed merchant cruiser HMS Eskimo F75, a 1938 British Royal Navy Tribal-class destroyer F-75 food, a therapeutic milk product designed to treat severe malnutrition Spanish friga ...

                                               

Hans Vonthron

Hans Vonthron was a Swiss footballer who played in the late 1930s and the 1940s. He played as midfielder. Vonthron first played for FC Concordia Basel. He joined Basels first team during their 1940–41 season as they played in the 1. Liga und play ...

                                               

Savary

Savary is a French surname. Notable people with the surname include: Charlotte Savary born 1979, French singer Claude-Etienne Savary 1750–1788, French orientalist and pioneer of Egyptology Gilles Savary born 1954, French politician and Member of ...

                                               

Osman

Osman, Iran, a village in Kermanshah Province, Iran Osmannagar alternative name for Sultanabad, Karimnagar, village located in Karimnagar district, Andhra Pradesh, India Osman, Wisconsin, United States Osman, Kurdistan, a village in Kurdistan Pro ...

                                               

Ida Kidder

Ida A. Kidder was a college librarian at Oregon Agricultural College, now Oregon State University, and nicknamed" Mother Kidder” by many students.

                                               

Fanny Breckler

Breckler was the daughter of Joseph and Bella Masel. She was born in Minsk, Russia, in 1877. She came to Western Australia in 1889, and married Yoel Breckler in 1897. Yoel, also a Russian immigrant, ran a shoe repair business in Fremantle. They h ...

                                               

Abigail Forsyth

Abigail Forsyth is a former lawyer and business entrepreneur. She is the co-founder, CEO, and spokeswoman of KeepCup, the Australian design and ecologically-sustainable company.

                                               

Rosa Merckx

Rosa Merckx was the first official female brewmaster and operations director in Belgium. She began work at the Liefmans Oudenaarde brewery in 1946 and took over as brewmaster in 1972. In 2016, UNESCO recognized the historic significance of Belgia ...

                                               

WCBA

WCBA may refer to: Warrington College of Business Administration Womens Chinese Basketball Association, the pre-eminent womens professional basketball league in China Western Counties Baseball Association, part of Baseball Ontario in Canada WCB-A ...

                                               

Monica Sousa

Monica Spada e Sousa is an entrepreneur, executive director of Mauricio de Sousa Produções and inspiration of her father, Mauricio de Sousa, for the creation of the character Monica, of the Monica and Friends.

                                               

Elisa Bachofen

Bachofen was born in Buenos Aries in 1891. She graduated from the University of Buenos Aries in 1918. Her thesis was on the manufacturing of cotton yarns and fabrics. She chaired the Technical Commission of the Circle of Inventors founded in 1922 ...

                                               

Dita Peikrylova

Dita Peikrylova is a Czech software engineer, a social entrepreneur, and the founder of Czechitas, a non-profit organization which provides education and networking possibilities for women and youth in information technologies.

                                               

Embrace

"E.M.B.R.A.C.E.", by Society of Soul from Brainchild 1995 "Embrace", by Korn from Untouchables 2002 "The Embrace", from the film score of the 1993 film The Piano, composed by Michael Nyman "Embrace" Pnau song, 2008

                                               

Marinel Sumook Ubaldo

Marinel Sumook Ubaldo is a climate activist from the Philippines who helped to organise the first youth climate strike in her country. She testified as a community witness for the Philippines Commission on Human Rights as part of their investigat ...

                                               

Sari Pohjonen

Sari Pohjonen is a Finnish business executive who was appointed as the interim CEO or the Fiskars company in April, 2020. She had previously served as the company CFO from 2017. She joined Fiskars in 2016 and has held the position of CFO of the L ...

                                               

Patrizia Laeri

Laeri grew up in Flurlingen. She studied Economics at the University of Zurich and University of Madrid. She graduated in economics "Magna cum laude ". After completing her studies, Laeri completed a traineeship at the Neue Zurcher Zeitung.

                                               

Ama Duncan

Ama Duncan is a Ghanaian entrepreneur, author and the founder of the Corporate Training Solutions. She is also known for her women empowerment sessions held by the Fabulous Women Network where she is a founder. Ama has authored two books; Yarns o ...

                                               

Fantana (musician)

Francine Nyanko Koffi also known as Fantana, is a Ghanaian musician raised in the USA. She is currently signed on to Rufftown Records.She has her personal management called Blown GH. The C.E.O of her record label is Bullet. She is on the record l ...

                                               

Patria Jefferies

Patria Jefferies is the co-founder of Dome Coffees Australia, and was an executive director of Celebrate WA, a non-profit organisation that organises Western Australia Day celebrations. Jefferies is credited with being an influential figure in Pe ...

                                               

Ann McMullan

Ann McMullan, was director of the Electrical Association for Women as well as an officer of the Womens Auxiliary Air Force.

                                               

WTS

War Training Service, formerly known as the Civilian Pilot Training Program Womens Transport Service, part of the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry Wehrtechnische Studiensammlung Koblenz, a museum collection of historical technological defence systems

                                               

KL

KL FM, a Malay language-regional radio station operated by Radio Televisyen Malaysia Kvenna Listin "Womens List", a political party in Iceland Koninklijke Landmacht, the Royal Netherlands Army KLM, a Dutch airline IATA airline designator KL

                                               

SWA

SWA may refer to: Shantou Waisha Airport, until 15 December 2011 Jieyang Chaoshan International Airport, from 15 December 2011 SWA, IATA airport code for SWA magazine, an Indonesian business magazine SWA band, started by Chuck Dukowski Southwest ...

                                               

Ali Shoorvarzi

Ali Shoorvarzi is graduate in cinema – filmmaking. He started his career at the Neyshabour Office of Iranian Youth Cinema Society from 2001. Writing and directing 6 short fiction and animation shorts, writing the Hot Scent movie, directed by Ali ...