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Parkhead Hospital

The facility, which was commissioned to replace the mental health functions of the Duke Street Hospital as well as the Gartloch Hospital, was opened by the Princess of Wales in April 1989, on some of the land previously occupied by the William Be ...

                                               

Kalari Panicker

Kalari Panicker / Kalari Kurup is an ethnic group belonging to Hindu religion, who live in the South Malabar and central parts of the Indian state of Kerala. They were well-known as the masters of Kalari tradition, having their Nalpatheeradi Kala ...

                                               

Kondom Agaundo

Kondom Agaundo was a Papua New Guinean tribal leader and politician. He served as a member of the Legislative Council between 1961 and 1964.

                                               

National Institute of Public Health of Kosovo

The National Institute of Public Health of Kosova is the oldest and highest health, professional and scientific institution of Kosovo, which organizes, develops, supervises and implements public health policies in Kosovo. The NIPHK covers the ent ...

                                               

Rowland Hill (disambiguation)

Sir Rowland Hill introduced postal reforms in the UK that led to the issuance of the worlds first postage stamps. Rowland Hill or Roland Hill may also refer to: Rowland Hill, 2nd Viscount Hill 1800–1875, British peer and MP for Shropshire Sir Row ...

                                               

Animal vaccination

Vaccination is a key element of industrial livestock management. Protecting the livestock through vaccination practices allows for the efficient production of their resources, including food and materials. Vaccination of certain animals, particul ...

                                               

Leo Poon

Leo Poon is the Head of the Division of Public Health Laboratory Science of the University of Hong Kong. He is one of the worlds leading scientists investigating the emergence of viral diseases transferring from animals to humans, such as new str ...

                                               

Flotation

Flotation involves phenomena related to the relative buoyancy of objects. The term may also refer to: Induced gas flotation, a water treatment process that clarifies wastewaters or other waters by the removal of suspended matter such as oil or so ...

                                               

Pulp

Dissolving pulp, highly purified cellulose used in fibre and film manufacture Ore pulp, a mixture of finely ground ore, water, and chemicals used in the froth flotation process for mineral processing. Molded pulp, a packaging material Pulp paper, ...

                                               

Float

Float b-boy move, a balance-intensive breakdance move Float sculpture, a 1990 public artwork by American artist Peter Flanary Float film, a 2019 American animated short film produced by Pixar

                                               

Cheminova

Cheminova is a Danish global company that primarily produces agrochemicals. Its main activities are the identification, development, production, registration and marketing of pesticides for the management of weeds, insects and fungal diseases in ...

                                               

Gentleman Farm Site

The Gentleman Farm Site is located in LaSalle County, Illinois, on the Illinois River. It is a multi-component site with the main occupation being a Langford Tradition component with Upper Mississippian affiliation.

                                               

Act I: Eternal Sunshine (The Pledge)

Act I: Eternal Sunshine is the debut mixtape by American rapper Jay Electronica, self-published onto MySpace on July 2, 2007 with no promotion. The mixtape plays as one 15-minute track, sampling five different tracks of American producer Jon Brio ...

                                               

Tomorrow

Tomorrow Speculative Fiction, a magazine Tomorrow magazine, several defunct magazines Studies in Comparative Religion, originally Tomorrow, an academic journal

                                               

Illusion (disambiguation)

Illusion comics, a fictional character in Marvel comics The Illusion play, a 2003 play by Tony Kushner Illusion musical, a 1986 Australian stage musical "Illusion", an episode of the Mission: Impossible 1966 TV series

                                               

Prisoner (Dance Gavin Dance song)

Prisoner is a song by American rock band Dance Gavin Dance. It was released to digital download and streaming services as the lead single from their upcoming ninth studio album, Afterburner, on February 21, 2020, by Rise Records. The song feature ...

                                               

Black cat (disambiguation)

Black Cat Bar, a bar in San Francisco, California Black Cat Tavern, a bar in Los Angeles, California Black Cat Washington, D.C. nightclub Black Cat, Kentucky, a community in the United States

                                               

Pneuma (disambiguation)

Pneuma is an ancient Greek word for "breath", and in a religious context for "spirit" or "soul." Pneuma may also refer to: Pneuma Stoic, the "breath of life" in Stoic philosophy Pneuma journal, a theological journal of the Society for Pentecostal ...

                                               

BVM

BVM may refer to: Blessed Virgin Mary Latin: Beata Virgo Maria, a title for Mary, mother of Jesus; a main figure in Christianity Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine, a university degree Bag valve mask, a device used in resuscitation procedures to ass ...

                                               

Oct

Oncology clinical trial, a clinical trial in cancer research Obsessive compulsive tendencies, a criterion involved in the diagnosis of obsessive-compulsive disorder Oxytocin challenge test, a type of contraction stress test in late stage pregnancy

                                               

PERC

PERC or perc may refer to: Tetrachloroethylene or perc, a chemical widely used for dry cleaning and metal-degreasing PTC Perc, a line of Java virtual machines by PTC, Inc. PERC, Policy and Economic Research Council, a nonprofit organisation that ...

                                               

ERT

ESPN Regional Television, a college football and basketball syndicator Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation Elliniki Radiofonia Tileorasi, Greeces public broadcaster

                                               

List of large clinical studies of menopausal hormone therapy

The following is a list of large clinical studies of menopausal hormone therapy in women, including observational studies and randomized controlled trials: Clinical Study on Hormone Dose Optimisation in Climacteric Symptoms Evaluation CHOICE – RC ...

                                               

Independent safety officer

An independent safety officer is a clinician or researcher who is independent of the clinical study team and helps to monitor a clinical trial for research participant safety, adverse events, trial progress, and data quality. An ISO has relevant ...

                                               

GCP

Global Centre for Pluralism, in Ottawa, Canada General Catalyst Partners, an American private equity firm Global Charity Project, a student-run organization at Marymount University Global Carbon Project, an organisation that studies greenhouse ga ...

                                               

Swedish Medical Association

The Swedish Medical Association is the union and professional organization for medical doctors and medical students in Sweden. In the main, it deploys activities on behalf the Swedish doctors employment conditions, ethics, working environment, an ...

                                               

Occupational hazards of fire debris cleanup

Occupational hazards of fire debris cleanup are the hazards to health and safety of the personnel tasked with clearing the area of debris and combustion products after a conflagration. Once extinguished, fire debris cleanup poses several safety a ...

                                               

Jasmine Wahi

Jasmine Wahi is a South Asian American curator, educator, and activist. Her work focuses on issues of femme empowerment, complicating binary structures within social discourses, and exploring multi-positional cultural identities through the lens ...

                                               

May Keating

May Keating was born Mary Josephine Walsh in Eadestown, Rathmore, County Kildare on 6 October 1895. Her parents were John Walsh, a farmer, and Martha nee Cullen, a national school teacher. She had an older brother, Joseph Walsh, who became a doct ...

                                               

Milk (disambiguation)

Powdered milk, powder that is drinkable when mixed with water Breast milk, milk produced by a human mammary gland Grain milk, any of various milk substitutes made from fermented grain or flour Cows milk, milk produced by cows Rice milk, a milk-li ...

                                               

Breastfeeding and fertility

Breastfeeding and fertility are the effects of breastfeeding on the fertility of postpartum women. Hormones associated with lactation and breastfeeding can variably and unreliably inhibit processes involved with fertility. Because of the high var ...

                                               

Pumping

Pumping may refer to: The use of a breast pump for extraction of milk The operation of a pump, for moving a liquid from one location to another Optical pumping, in which light is used to raise electrons from a lower energy level to a higher one P ...

                                               

Expression

Expression linguistics, a textual unit commonly known as sentence Expression sign language, the expressions and postures of the face and body that contribute to the formation of words when signing Idiom, a type of fixed expression Metaphorical ex ...

                                               

Addy Valero

Valero served as an Accion Democratica deputy for the state of Merida between 1986 and her death in 2020. She was notable for continuing to serve in her role through a cancer diagnosis and for publicly rejecting offers of bribes from the Nicolas ...

                                               

Bharti Kashyap

Bharti Kashyap is an Indian campaigning ophthalmologist. She was awarded the Nari Shakti award in 2017. She is known for conducting free eye surgery and for improving womens health.

                                               

Mary C. Crowley

Mary C. Crowley, was the founder and CEO of the Texas-based Home Interiors and Gifts, Inc., which became one of the largest direct sales home furnishing operations in America. She was considered to be one of the leading businesswomen in the Unite ...

                                               

Loaded: A Disarming History of the Second Amendment

Loaded: A Disarming History of the Second Amendment is a book written by the historian Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz and published by City Lights Books. It takes a close and unexpected look at the historical origins of the Second Amendment to the United S ...

                                               

Controller

Air traffic controller, a person who directs aircraft Controller, someone who performs agent handling in espionage Controller or financial controller, or in government accounting comptroller, a senior accounting position

                                               

Jonathan Green

Jonathan Green may refer to: Jonathan Green medical writer 1788–1864, naval surgeon, dermatologist Jonathan Smith Green 1796–1878, missionary from New England to Hawaii Jonathan Green journalist, English journalist and author Jonathan Green, Mayo ...

                                               

Alison Sinclair (author)

Alison Sinclair is a British writer of science fiction, resident in Canada. She is the author of the Darkborn trilogy of novels and other works and is a medical doctor.

                                               

I Sexually Identify as an Attack Helicopter

"I Sexually Identify as an Attack Helicopter" is a military science fiction short story by Isabel Fall, published on 9 January 2020 in Clarkesworld Magazine. The story relates the experience of Barb, a woman whose gender has been reassigned to "a ...

                                               

Robert Richardson

Robert Richardson may refer to: Robert Lorne Richardson 1860–1921, Canadian journalist Robert Richardson British Army officer 1929–2014 Robert Richardson religion 1806–1876, American medical doctor and religious leader Robert V. Richardson 1820–1 ...

                                               

Ziya Selçuk

Ziya Selçuk is a Turkish politician and educator. He is the current Minister of National Education of Turkey since 10 July 2018. He was formerly a professor of education at Gazi University.

                                               

Collector Gari Bharya

Collector Gari Bharya is a 2010 Telugu drama film directed by Tekula Kripakar Reddy. The film stars Bhumika Chawla and Prakash Raj in lead roles. The film was released on 5 November 2010. The film was dubbed and released in Tamil as Penn Adimai I ...

                                               

Emily L. Morton

Emily L. Morton was an American entomologist and scientific illustrator. She was a co-author at onset of "The Life-Histories of the New York Slug Caterpillars" series.

                                               

Julia Behr

Julia Behr was a Berlin born artist who settled in Britain and exhibited portrait paintings on a regular basis during the last quarter of the nineteenth century.

                                               

Susan Price (book collector)

Susan Diana Price is a New Zealand writer, historian, researcher, philanthropist and expert on and collector of children’s books. She lives in Wellington.

                                               

Edith Anna Bell

Bell was born in Dublin and after taking art lessons in that city appears to have moved to England, sometime before 1896 when she is known to have been teaching modelling at the Central School of Arts and Crafts in London. She is also known to ha ...

                                               

Tjala Arts

Tjala Arts, formerly known as Minymaku Arts, is an Aboriginal Australian-owned and -managed arts centre located in the remote community of Amata in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands in the remote north-west of South Australia.

                                               

Anna Frances Walker

She was born in 1830 at the family home "Rhodes" in Concord, New South Wales on the Parramatta River, one of a large family. In 1832, the family moved to Van Diemens Land, where she, like her mother, collected and painted botanical subjects. At t ...