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Les Français parlent aux Français

Les Français parlent aux Français was a daily radio broadcast in French transmitted on the BBC. It was broadcast from the 14 July 1940: under the title Ici la France then, from 6 September 1940 to 31 August 1944, under its better known name. Afte ...

                                               

LCA

Left coronary artery Lithocholic acid, a bile acid that acts as a detergent to solubilize fats for absorption Lebers congenital amaurosis, a recessive genetic condition that causes blindness Leukocyte common antigen

                                               

Bill & Melinda Gates Medical Research Institute

The Bill & Melinda Gates Medical Research Institute is a non-profit biotechnology organization founded with the aim of bringing technologies and strategies to bear on the main health problems of the poor in low-income countries. The Gates MRI was ...

                                               

Intercollegiate Biomathematics Alliance

The Intercollegiate Biomathematics Alliance is a syndicate of organizations focused on connecting both academic and non-academic institutions to promote the study of biomathematics, ecology, and other related fields. Biomathematics is a scientifi ...

                                               

Robert Holt (scientist)

Robert Andrew Holt is a genomic scientist and immunogeneticist. He is currently a Distinguished Scientific at the BC Cancer Research Centre, where his also Co-Director of the BC Cancer Immunotherapy program. He is also appointed as Professor of M ...

                                               

CPI (disambiguation)

CPI is the consumer price index, a measure of the average price of consumer goods and services purchased by households. See Consumer price index by country for a list of consumer price index articles by country. See United States Consumer Price I ...

                                               

CCDS

CCDS is an abbreviation that may refer to: Cincinnati Country Day School, a non-parochial, private school in Indian Hill, Ohio. Charlotte Country Day School, a private, secular K-12 school located in Charlotte, North Carolina. Common Clinical Dat ...

                                               

Combine

NFL Scouting Combine in American football CFL Combine in Canadian football AFL Draft Combine in Australian rules football A sports combine, an event held by certain professional sports leagues to evaluate prospective players, such as NBA Draft Co ...

                                               

Robert Bates

Robert Bates may refer to: Robert Bates loyalist 1948–1997, Ulster loyalist, member Shankill Butchers gang Robert W. Bates born 1941, former agent of the United States Secret Service Bob Bates born 1953, American computer game designer Robert B. ...

                                               

BK (disambiguation)

British Knights, a manufacturer of athletic shoes Brahma Kumaris, a religious movement Federal Criminal Police Office Austria Bundeskriminalamt, a federal police force Okay Airways IATA airline code BK The Bank of New York Mellon, the New York St ...

                                               

Binod Chandra Nayak

Binod Chandra Nayak was an Odia Writer. He was known for his writing that was influenced by modern poetry while being romantic. He was awarded the 1970 Kendra Sahitya Akademi award for his poetry collection Sarisrupa.

                                               

Mount Carmel (disambiguation)

Mount Carmel, Florida Mount Carmel, Ohio, a census-designated place Mount Carmel, South Carolina, a census-designated place Mount Carmel, Mississippi Mount Carmel Junction, Utah, an unincorporated community Mount Carmel, Indiana, Franklin County, ...

                                               

OutNebraska

A Lincoln LGBTQ community organization was incorporated as Outlinc in 2009. It expanded to a statewide organization and changed its name to OutNebraska in 2019.

                                               

Union for the Defense of the Motherland and Freedom

The Union for the Defense of the Motherland and Freedom was a military anti-Bolshevik organization. Created by Boris Savinkov in March 1918 with the sanction of the command of the Volunteer Army in the person of Generals Lavr Kornilov and Mikhail ...

                                               

Wir

Washington and Idaho Railway Workers International Relief, organization of famine relief and propaganda agencies established by the Comintern West India Regiments, a colonial regiment of the British Army WIR Bank, a complementary currency system ...

                                               

RM Broadcasting

RM Broadcasting is a United States radio company based in Jupiter, Florida owned and operated by Arnold Ferolito. The company engages in time brokerage agreements, and is primarily known for platforming Russian government programming Radio Sputni ...

                                               

Affiliation

Affiliation or affiliate may refer to: Religious affiliation Affiliate marketing Affiliated album, 2006 rap album by MC Eiht Political party affiliation Affiliation family law, a legal form of family relationship Affiliated school Network affilia ...

                                               

List of Ministers of Religious Affairs (Indonesia)

This article lists persons and politicians who have been appointed as the Minister of Religious Affairs in Indonesia. Political Party: Non-partisan Masyumi PSII NU Golkar PPP Islamic Organization: NU Muhammadiyah

                                               

Por Los Chicos

Por Los Chicos is a nonprofit organization that coordinates donations to children in poverty. The organization does not have any political or religious affiliation. Its mission is to fight children malnutrition in Argentina. As of 2020, it is bri ...

                                               

Order of Sport

The Order of Sport is a National Level Award established in 2019 by Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame and a symbol of the organizations purpose, to build Canada through sport.

                                               

Kotn

Kotn is a Canadian clothing retailer that sells both online and in their own retail stores in Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver. During her time working at the luxury department store Holt Renfrew, Mackenzie Yeates noticed the lack of ethical opti ...

                                               

Zadruga (movement)

It was founded in 1937 by Jan Stachniuk. It published a monthly political and cultural bulletin Zadruga. The group that coalesced around this bulletin was the most active neopagan group during the 1918-1939 period in Poland, with around 300 follo ...

                                               

FLS

Fordham Law School in New York City Flinders Island Airport, in Tasmania, Australia Free Library of Springfield Township in Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania, United States Frontline States, a defunct South African black majority rule organization

                                               

CGI

Computer Graphics Interface, the low-level interface between the Graphical Kernel System and hardware CGI.pm, a Perl module for implementing Common Gateway Interface programs Computer-generated imagery, computer-graphic effects in films, televisi ...

                                               

LSI

Lynch Syndrome International, non-profit organisation supporting those affected by Lynch Syndrome LSI Corporation, a technology company founded in 1981 Lear Siegler Incorporated, a technology company active from 1961–2002 Socialist Movement for I ...

                                               

Spar

SPAR retailer, a multinational retailer NASDAQ symbol for Spartan Motors, US Spar Aerospace, a former Canadian aerospace company Spar grocery stores, owned by Pisiffik, Greenland

                                               

QSR

QSR may refer to: Restaurant Brands International stock symbol: QSR, a Canadian multinational fast food holding company Quick service restaurant also fast food restaurant, a specific type of restaurant that serves fast food cuisine and has minima ...

                                               

Griffon

Griffon dog type, a group of dog breeds that were originally hunting dogs. Griffon vulture, an Old World vulture in the family Accipitridae, which also includes eagles, kites, buzzards and hawks Himalayan griffon vulture, an Old World vulture in ...

                                               

WBC

Westinghouse Broadcasting Company, a former large American broadcaster now folded into CBS Workers Beer Company, a British-Irish organisation which runs temporary bars at events and festivals in Europe Westpac New Zealand Exchange code: WBC, a mu ...

                                               

CK

Collective Knowledge software, a framework for collaborative and reproducible research .ck, the Internet country code top-level domain for the Cook Islands

                                               

NVS

Non-volatile storage NVS or Non-volatile memory NVM is a type of computer memory NVS Telematic System Ltd is a Russian company that builds technology and equipment controlled by signals from satellite navigation systems NVSwitch is a successor of ...

                                               

CWW

CWW may refer to: Cable & Wireless Worldwide plc; a British multinational telecom company Canair Cargo ICAO airline code: CWW;, an airline of Canada; see List of defunct airlines of Canada Children Without Worms, a global program of the Task Forc ...

                                               

Siemens (disambiguation)

Siemens family, a family of German inventors, engineers, and industrialists, including Werner von Siemens 1816–1892, German inventor and founder of Siemens AG Carl Wilhelm Siemens 1823–1883, brother of Werner von Siemens and inventor of the Open ...

                                               

Jiangling Holdings

Jiangling Holdings, also translated as Jiangling Motor Holding, is the name of two successive Jiangxi-based Chinese joint ventures focused on the automotive industry. The present Jiangling Holdings, established in June 2019 as a successor of the ...

                                               

Academic Torrents

Academic Torrents, founded in November 2013, is a project of the Institute for Reproducible Research 3 U.S. non-profit corporation). The project is said to be similar to LOCKSS but with a focus on "offering researchers the opportunity to distribu ...

                                               

Specialization

Specialty medicine, a branch of medical practice Academic specialization, may be a course of study or major at an academic institution or may refer to the field in which a specialist practices

                                               

ACG

Angiocardiography, contrast radiography of the heart and great vessels American College of Gastroenterology, a professional association of gastroenterologists Angle closure glaucoma, a type of glaucoma Apexcardiogram, a graphical recording of the ...

                                               

School (disambiguation)

A school is an institution for learning. School or the school may also refer to: School fish, a group of fish swimming in the same direction in a coordinated manner School of thought, a number of individuals with shared styles, approaches or aims

                                               

Stormtrooper (disambiguation)

Stormtroopers were specialist soldiers of the German Army in World War I. Stormtrooper or storm trooper may also refer to: In military and warfare: Shock troops, commandos, or special forces in general 8th Infantry Division Philippines, a Philipp ...

                                               

Ruff (disambiguation)

Ruff album, a 2015 album by Born Ruffians USS Ruff AMc-59, a coastal minesweeper laid down in 1940 Ruff clothing, a ruffled collar Real Ulster Freedom Fighters, a loyalist paramilitary organisation in Northern Ireland Australian herring or ruff, ...

                                               

Red Guards (disambiguation)

Red Guards Russia, during the Russian Revolution and the Russian Civil War Worker-Peasant Red Guards, militia in North Korea Young Red Guards Cadet Corps, a paramilitary unit in North Korea Red Guards USA, American Marxist–Leninist–Maoist collect ...

                                               

UAC

Ulster Army Council, 1973 Northern Ireland loyalist paramilitary group United Africa Company of Nigeria, formerly a subsidiary of United Africa Company United Apostolic Church Union of Catholic Apostolate United Africa Company, 20th-century Briti ...

                                               

Black Dragon

Black dragon may refer to: Black Dragon Fighting Society, a martial arts organization created by Count Dante Tidal bore on the Qiantang River Black Dragon, legendary sword of Guan Yu Black Tiger video game, known as Black Dragon in Japan Black Dr ...

                                               

Longbow (disambiguation)

Longbow may refer to: English longbow, a particularly powerful longbow used by the medieval English and Welsh Longbow Fire Control Radar, a fire-control radar used by the Apache Longbow AH-64D Apache Longbow, an attack helicopter Longbow, an arch ...

                                               

Red hand

Owain Lawgoch Eng translation: Owain of the Red Hand, the title given to Owain ap Thomas ap Rhodri, a Welsh soldier who led a Free Company fighting for the French against the English in the Hundred Years War and a claimant to the title of Prince ...

                                               

Minutemen (disambiguation)

Minutemen Missouri Secessionist Paramilitaries, a pro-secession paramilitary organization active in St. Louis, Missouri, US from Jan-May 1861 VR-55 Minutemen, a US Navy Reserve C-130 squadron Minutemen anti-Communist organization, headed by Rober ...

                                               

UDF

UDF 2457, a red dwarf star UDF 423, a distant spiral galaxy Ultra Deep Field, a view of the distant universe taken in 2004 by the Hubble space telescope

                                               

Adam Thomson

Adam Thomson or Thompson may refer to: Sir Adam Thomson diplomat born 1955, British diplomat, Permanent Representative to NATO Adam Thomson rugby union born 1982, New Zealand rugby union footballer Adam S. T. Thomson 1908–2000, Scottish engineer ...

                                               

Ilam

Ilam may refer to: Ilam District, Province No. 1, Nepal Ilam, Nepal, municipality in Ilam District Ilam County, Ilam Province Ilam Cement Plant, a village and company town in Sirvan County, Ilam Province Ilam, Iran, capital city of Ilam Province ...

                                               

Amalgam

Amalgam most commonly refers to: Amalgam dentistry, material of silver tooth fillings Bonded amalgam, used in dentistry Amalgam chemistry, mercury alloy Amalgam may also refer to: