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Nassif Hitti

Nassif Youssef Hitti is a Lebanese diplomat, academic, professor and the current Minister of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants since January 2020.

                                               

MMR

Multi-master replication, a method of database replication Modified READ, an image compression algorithm Meet-me room, a place where networks providers offer interconnectivity to their backbones

                                               

Allah Bachayo Khoso

He stated playing Alghoza in early age and got popularity in 1976. His items of playing Alghoza were recorded from Radio Pakistan Hyderabad, Sindh. He performed with four Alghozas at a time in his one performance in Philippines in 2003. For the b ...

                                               

Naseem Thebo

Naseem Thebo was an educationist and writer of Sindhi language. She served as an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics, University of Sindh, Pakistan. She was a teacher, a short story writer, and a contributor to Sindhi literature. S ...

                                               

Allah Dino Noonari

Ustad Allah Dino Noonari was a popular Pakistani classical singer, belonged to Sindh Pakistan. He was famous as a singer of Kafi, a form of poetry of Sindhi and Siraiki languages.

                                               

Nasreen Askari

Nasreen Askari is an author, curator, Director and co-founder of the Mohatta Palace Museum in Karachi. The Mohatta Palace Museum is regarded as one of the leading museums in South Asia, where Nasreen Askari has curated over 20 exhibitions. In add ...

                                               

Raja (disambiguation)

Heiyantuduwa Raja elephant 1924–2002, a privately owned Sri Lankan tusker elephant whose skeleton is now in display at the National Museum, Sri Lanka Raja elephant died 1988, a Sri Lankan tusker elephant belonging to Sri Dalada Maligawa

                                               

IAAS

International Association for Astronomical Studies, a youth astronomy and aerospace research group based out of Denver, Colorado with a 40+ year history of success in the youth STEM fields. Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science, institute o ...

                                               

FICS

FICS may refer to: Fellow of the International College of Surgeons Free Internet Chess Server, a volunteer-run chess server International Federation of Sports Chiropractic French: Federation Internationale de Chiropratique du Sport Financial Indu ...

                                               

Ices

Ices may refer to: Frozen volatiles, in the context of astronomy and planetary science Frozen desserts Phases of ice ICES may stand for: International Conference on Environmental Systems, an annual technical conference on manned space-systems Ins ...

                                               

LST

LST Software GmbH from Linux System Technology, a German software company, successor of Linux Support Team and predecessor of Caldera Deutschland GmbH Law School Transparency Linux Support Team, a defunct German Linux distributor LST Linux, Power ...

                                               

George Phillips

George Phillips USMC 1926–1945, US Marine and Medal of Honor recipient George Frederick Phillips 1862–1904, Spanish–American War Medal of Honor recipient

                                               

MGS

Manchester Grammar School, England, UK Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, U.S. Maidstone Grammar School, Kent, England, UK Melbourne Grammar School, Australia Middleton Grange School, New Zealand Meldorfer Gelehrtenschule, Germany

                                               

John Stokes

John Stokes MP for Derby, Member of Parliament MP Derby John Stokes North Carolina 1756–1790, North Carolina attorney, politician, and judge John Stokes fl.1547, MP for Westbury Jack Stokes Canadian politician 1923–2000, Canadian politician, Spea ...

                                               

DSS

Digitized Sky Survey, a digital version of several photographic atlases of the night sky Direct-Sequence Spreading, another term for Direct-sequence spread spectrum Digital Satellite Service, digital satellite television transmission system used ...

                                               

Mataroa

Mataroa is a settlement in the Rangitikei District and Manawatū-Whanganui Region of New Zealands North Island. The area was already settled by the Māori iwi Ngāti Rangi by the time William Colenso made the first recorded European visit in 1845. R ...

                                               

William Rees

Billy Rees 1924–1996, association footballer of the 1940s and 1950s William Lee Rees 1836–1912, English-born New Zealand cricketer, politician and lawyer William Rees rugby 1899–1968, rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1920s and 1930s

                                               

James Fulton

James Fulton may refer to: James Fulton dermatologist 1940–2013, American dermatologist and medical researcher James Fulton New Zealand politician 1830–1891, New Zealand politician and cricketer James Fulton Canadian politician 1950–2008, member ...

                                               

William Mills

William Oswald Mills 1924–1973, American politician William Stratton Mills born 1932, politician in Northern Ireland William Mills Lord Provost 1776-1857 Scottish cotton merchant and Lord Provost of Glasgow 1834 to 1837 William J. Mills 1849–1915 ...

                                               

William Skinner

William Skinner may refer to: William Skinner bishop 1778–1857, bishop of Aberdeen in the Scottish Episcopal Church William Skinner British Army officer 1700–1780, British military engineer William Henry Skinner 1838–1915, Welsh architect who mig ...

                                               

William Ogilvie

William Ogilvie may refer to: William Watson Ogilvie 1835–1900, Canadian pioneer William Henry Ogilvie 1869–1963, Scottish-Australian poet, author of Saddle For A Throne William Abernethy Ogilvie 1901–1989, Canadian painter and war artist William ...

                                               

Alexander Black

Alexander Black may refer to: Alexander William Black 1859–1906, Liberal Party politician in Scotland Alexander Black Canadian politician 1832–1913, political figure in Manitoba Alexander Black architect 1790–1858, Scottish architect based in Edi ...

                                               

Harry Johnston (disambiguation)

Harry Johnston was a British explorer, botanist and colonial administrator. Harry Johnston may also refer to: Harry Johnston footballer, born 1871 1871–1936, Scottish footballer Sunderland AFC Harry Johnston footballer, born 1919 1919–1973, Engli ...

                                               

Hector Munro

Hector Munro or Monro may refer to: Hector William Munro 1769–1821, British Governor of Trinidad, 1811–1813 Hector Munro surveyor 1859–1930, Sir Hector Munro, 2nd Baronet 1635–1651, Scottish noble and clan chief General Sir Hector Munro, 8th lair ...

                                               

John Davidson

John Davidson Illinois politician 1924–2012, American politician J. C. C. Davidson 1889–1970, British politician John Frank Davidson born 1926, chemical engineer awarded a Royal Medal in 1999 John Humphrey Davidson 1876–1954, British major genera ...

                                               

James Calder (disambiguation)

Jim Calder rugby league fl. 1930s, New Zealand international Jim Calder rugby union born 1957, Scottish international Jim Calder footballer born 1960, Scottish footballer

                                               

John Adair (disambiguation)

John Adair was a U.S. soldier, statesman and governor of Kentucky. John Adair may also refer to: John George Adair 1823–1885, Scots-Irish businessman and landowner, financier of JA Ranch in the Texas Panhandle John Adair surveyor c. 1655–1722, Sc ...

                                               

Wilhelm Maximilian Carpelan

Wilhelm Maximilian Carpelan was a Finnish-Swedish military officer, draftsman, surveyor and cartographer. Together with Johannes Flintoe and Heinrich August Grosch, he was one of the first to survey and describe the interior of Norway; notably Te ...

                                               

Edmeston

William Edmeston 18th century, British officer in French and Indian War, brother of Robert James Edmeston 1791–1867, English architect, surveyor, and hymn writer Robert Edmeston 18th century, British officer in French and Indian War, brother of W ...

                                               

MV Northern Sea Wolf

M/V Northern Sea Wolf is a roll-on/roll-off ferry operated by BC Ferries in British Columbia, Canada. Her normal sailing schedule is five days a week during the peak summer season on the Inside Passage route connecting Bella Coola and Port Hardy. ...

                                               

Architecture of Casablanca

The architecture of Casablanca is diverse and historically significant. Casablanca, Moroccos economic capital, has a rich urban history and is home to many notable buildings in a variety of styles. Throughout the 20th century, architecture and ur ...

                                               

Le Flagey

Le Flagey is a cultural institution located in the former Maison de la Radio on Eugene Flagey Square, in Ixelles. The building, designed by Joseph Diongre, was completed in 1938 in Art Deco style. It ows its name to Eugene Flagey, a Belgian lawye ...

                                               

CCD

Continuity of Care Document, an XML-based markup standard for patient medical document exchange Cortical collecting duct, a segment of the kidney Caput-collum-diaphyseal angle, the angle between the neck and the shaft of the femur in the hip Clei ...

                                               

No Escape

No Escape 1936 film, a British thriller No Escape 1934 film, a British drama No Escape 2015 film, an American action thriller film No Escape 1953 film, an American film noir Tidal Wave: No Escape, a 1997 American television film No Escape: Male R ...

                                               

Irene and Hilda Dallas

Irene Dallas and Hilda Dallas were British suffragette sisters: Hilda, an artist, designed publicity material, Irene a protester was imprisoned for political reasons, and both sisters, also boycotted the 1911 Census.

                                               

Pornography in Belgium

Pornography in Belgium is legal. Pornographic products, mainly magazines and DVDs, are typically imported into the country from France, Germany, the Netherlands, or from North America. Possession, production and distribution of child pornography ...

                                               

SCI

SCI may refer to: Service Components Inc., an electrical manufacturer and industrial distributor SCI Systems, merged into Sanmina Corporation, an electronics manufacturing services company Service Corporation International, an American funeral se ...

                                               

Grade II listed buildings in Brighton and Hove: N–O

As of February 2001, there were 1.124 listed buildings with Grade II status in the English city of Brighton and Hove. The total at 2009 was similar. The city, on the English Channel coast approximately 52 miles south of London, was formed as a un ...

                                               

Positive

Positive sense, said of an RNA sequence that codes for a protein Positive test, a diagnostic test result that indicates some parameter being evaluated was present Positive electricity, a polarity of electrical charge Positive photography, a posit ...

                                               

Imageability

Imageability is a measure of how easily a physical object, word or environment will evoke a clear mental image in the mind of any person observing it.

                                               

Display

Flat panel display, video display that is much lighter and thinner than deeper, usually older types Liquid crystal display television LCD TV, color TVs that use an LCD to form images Liquid crystal display LCD, displays that use liquid crystals t ...

                                               

Henry L. Newhouse

Henry L. Newhouse was an architect in Chicago, Illinois. His work includes the Milford Theatre, Blackstone-State Theater, and Sutherland Hotel. He also designed Elam House and Chicago Defender Building. He partnered in the firm Newhouse & Bernham ...

                                               

SSI

Space Services Inc., a team of companies investigating new commercial opportunities in space Strategic Simulations, Inc., computer gaming company that produced war and simulation games from the mid-1980s to late 1990s. Sahaviriya Steel Industries ...

                                               

Herbert Fechner

Herbert Kurt Fechner was an East German politician who served as the second Lord Mayor of East Berlin from 1967 to 1974.

                                               

IPU

International Psychoanalytic University Berlin, a private university in Berlin, Germany International Pacific University, a private university in Higashi-ku, Okayama, Japan Ishikawa Prefectural University, a public university in Nonoichi, Ishikaw ...

                                               

Spire (disambiguation)

Spire Seattle building, planned building, Washington, US Spire of Dublin, a sculpture in Dublin Chicago Spire, a cancelled skyscraper in Chicago, US

                                               

Dias

Dias or DIAS may refer to: Dias Δίας, the Modern Greek name for god Zeus Copernicus Data and Information Access Services DIAS, a European Commission initiative aimed at facilitating and standardizing access to satellite data. Direct Internet Acce ...

                                               

Caitriona Lally

Caitriona Lally is a professor of Bioengineering in Trinity College, Dublin. She has been a qualified mechanical engineer since 1997. She did a PhD in cardiovascular biomechanics.

                                               

Mona Matsuoka

Mona Matsuoka is a Japanese-American female fashion model. She first signed with Bon Image in Tokyo and was recognized as a Women of the Year 2014 by Vogue Japan.

                                               

Zhou Tao (artist)

Zhou Tao is a Chinese artist who is based in Guangzhou. His mixed media exhibitions create urban documentaries of intimacy through the prolonged act of looking.