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Irena

Irena, Lublin Voivodeship, a town in eastern Poland, merged into nearby Deblin in 1953 Irena, Missouri, a village in the United States Irena, Subcarpathian Voivodeship, a village in south-east Poland

                                               

Kathleen MacMahon

Born in Dublin, MacMahon is the granddaughter of writer Mary Lavin and the niece of Caroline Walsh, the literary editor of the Irish Times. Her father was Des MacMahon and her mother Valdi Lavin, who died in November 2010. MacMahon has a brother ...

                                               

Zungeru Hydro Power Dam

Zungeru Dam is a 700 megawatts hydroelectrical power plant in Nigeria, at the upper and middle links of Kaduna River in Niger State. The project started in 2013, the power plant is the second biggest hydroelectric dams in Nigeria after the Kainji ...

                                               

Jaguar (disambiguation)

Jaguar 1979 film, Filipino Jaguar 1994 film, Greek Jaguar 2016 film, Kannada Jaguar 1967 film, French film about seasonal migration in Niger

                                               

Yabagi Sani

Yabagi Yusuf Sani, known mostly as meaning Ambassador of Nupe, is a Nigerian politician, Energy and Crude oil expert and is the current National Chairman of The Action Democratic Party. He was a presidential candidate in the 2019 Nigerian general ...

                                               

Caritas Communications

Caritas Communications Limited is a public relations firm headquartered in the Nigerias commercial city of Lagos and Abuja. Its major clients are in the energy, oil and gas sector. The agency has three subsidiaries which include Caritas PR, Carit ...

                                               

Pak Kwan-o

Pak Kwan-o is a North Korean politician who served as member of the Supreme Peoples Assembly for number of convocations as well as Chairman of the Pyongyang Peoples Committee.

                                               

Eup

Eup administrative division, a level of administrative division found in North Korea and South Korea Eup, Haute-Garonne, a commune in France Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan

                                               

Dong

Empress Dong Ran Mins wife, wife of Ran Min, emperor of Chinese state Ran Wei Queen Dong 1623–1681, princess consort of Koxinga and mother of Zheng Jing Dōng surname or 東, a Chinese surname Dǒng surname or 董, a Chinese surname Empress Dowager D ...

                                               

KMI

KMI may refer to: Koninklijk Meteorologisch Instituut or Konigliche Meteorologische Institut, the Dutch or German name of the Belgian national weather service AT&T High Seas Service, callsign KMI IATA airport code for Miyazaki Airport in Miya ...

                                               

Transformer (disambiguation)

Transformer Bruce Kulick album, 2003 "Transformer", a song by Gnarls Barkley from St. Elsewhere Transformer film, a 2017 Canadian documentary Transformer Lou Reed album, 1972 Transformer, a 1986 Sega arcade game

                                               

NRG

Euro-NRG, another name for Eurodance Hi-NRG, an early evolution of new-style disco Several electronic music genres, including Hard NRG, a hard form of dance music NRG American band, 1980s rock band DJ NRG, an alias of Eurobeat artist Ken Laszlo G ...

                                               

Dont Break Me

Dont Break Me is a song by Australian singer-songwriter Montaigne, released as a single on 31 January 2020. The song won the second installment of Eurovision - Australia Decides, Australias national selection for Eurovision on 8 February 2020, an ...

                                               

ECP

Eosinophil cationic protein, a basic protein in the eosinophil primary matrix, encoded in humans by the RNASE3 gene Endoscopic CycloPhotocoagulation, a minimally invasive treatment for the management of glaucoma. Laser energy is applied to the ci ...

                                               

MDU

The initials MDU may refer to: Multi-dwelling unit, classification of housing MDU Resources Montana-Dakota Utilities, American diversified energy company MingDao University, a university in Changhua County, Taiwan MDU, IATA airport code of Mendi ...

                                               

Eri

Vincent Eri 1936–1993, Governor General of Papua New Guinea Chiemi Eri 1937–1982, Japanese singer and actress Eri biblical figure Eri D. Woodbury 1837–1928, Union Army officer during the American Civil War Eri Marina Yo born 1987, Indonesian inli ...

                                               

Nuru

Nuru Kane, Senegalese singer Nuru Awadhi Bafadhili born 1952, Tanzanian politician Mohammed Nuru Dini born 1987, Ghanaian football player Sara Nuru born 1989, German fashion model of Ethiopian descent Mac Nuru born 1987, Ghanaian musician Nuru Ba ...

                                               

HMO (disambiguation)

ISO 639 code for Hiri Motu language, an official language of Papua New Guinea IATA code for General Ignacio Pesqueira Garcia International Airport, in Hermosillo, Mexico

                                               

PET

Pet manga, a manga series by Ranjō Miyake Pet film, a 2016 American/Spanish psychological thriller "Personal Electronic Thing" in the Starship Titanic video game, part of the player-computer persona communications system Pet album, the debut albu ...

                                               

Sandia

Sandia Province, province in the Puno region Sandia, Texas, town in the USA Sandia, California, community in Imperial County Sandia, Peru, town in the Puno region of Peru, capital of Sandia Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Lockheed Marti ...

                                               

Ene

Eñe, the Spanish name of the letter ñ -ene, a suffix used in the names of certain organic compounds alkenes Ene, Spanish abbreviation for January Ene name, a given name and surname Ene River, in Peru Ene, a type of hydrocarbon involved in the Ene ...

                                               

Vea (disambiguation)

Wilford Vea born 1992, a Tongan weightlifter Carmen Valle Vea born 1979, a Mexican politician Alfredo Vea Jr. born 1950, a Mexican-Yaqui-Filipino-American lawyer and novelist Vita Vea born 1995, an American football defensive tackle Taione Vea bo ...

                                               

Maple (disambiguation)

Maple River North Dakota, a tributary of the Red River of the North in the U.S. state of North Dakota Maple River South Dakota, a river of South Dakota Maple River Iowa, a tributary of the Little Sioux River in the U.S. state of Iowa Maple Lake D ...

                                               

Harmony Link

Harmony Link is a planned submarine power cable between Darbenai in Lithuania and Poland. The purpose of the cable is to finish transition of Baltic states from BRELL electricity grid to European electricity grid.

                                               

SCEP

SCEP may refer to: Student Career Experience Program, the United States Office of Personnel Managements OPMs program to bring experienced students into new government careers. Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol, Simple Certificate Enrollment ...

                                               

ESC

Edison State College, now Florida SouthWestern State College Ecole Superieure de Commerce, a type of French business school European Solidarity Centre, a museum and library in Gdansk, Poland Empire State College of the State University of New Yor ...

                                               

Nev

Nev or NEV may refer to: Nev, a shortened form of the given name Neville Nev, a common abbreviation of the U.S. State of Nevada nev, the ISO 639-3 language code for the Nyaheun language native to Laos

                                               

WS

Williams Street, an production arm of Cartoon Network. Ware Shoals Railroad reporting mark WS Society of Writers to Her Majestys Signet, in post-nomial abbreviation Warm Showers, a non-profit hospitality exchange network for world cyclists. WestJ ...

                                               

Avana (disambiguation)

Avanà is a red Italian wine grape variety that is grown in the Piedmont wine region of northwest Italy. Avana may also refer to: Avana Petroleum, a company founded in 2007 with assets and activities in Kenya, the Seychelles and wider East Africa/ ...

                                               

Cairo Declaration

Cairo Declaration may refer to: 1943 Cairo Declaration, outline of the Allied position against Japan during World War II Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam, adopted in 1990 by the Organisation of the Islamic Conference Cairo Declaration f ...

                                               

HPM

HPM may refer to: Human performance modeling high performance mobile, a semiconductor production type parametric variant of TSMC A high proper motion star High-power microwave, directed-energy weapon using electromagnetic radiation Hargeisa Provi ...

                                               

ISS (disambiguation)

The ISS is the International Space Station. ISS may also refer to: ISS Hockey International Scouting Services, ice hockey scouting service Independent Subway System, a former rapid transit rail system in New York City, US Idiopathic short stature ...

                                               

ATO

Account takeover, a form of payments and online fraud Amateur Try-Out, a type of ice hockey contract Air Traffic Organization, an FAA terminology Australian Taxation Office, the Australian government tax agency ATO fuse Alpha Tau Omega Philippine ...

                                               

Prosperity Party

The Prosperity Party is a political party in Ethiopia established on December 1, 2019 as a successor to the Ethiopian Peoples Revolutionary Democratic Front by incumbent Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed. The merger into a country wide party is part of A ...

                                               

Romania–Sri Lanka relations

Romania–Sri Lanka relations are the foreign relations between Romania and Sri Lanka. Romania has an embassy in Colombo and a consulate in Kandy, while Sri Lanka is represented through an embassy in Warsaw, Poland, and has a consulate in Bucharest.

                                               

List of lichens of Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is a tropical island situated close to the southern tip of India. It is situated in the middle of Indian Ocean. Lichens are actually a mutual relationship between algae or cyanobacteria with a fungus. Therefore it is a composite organis ...

                                               

Athula Nimalasiri Jayasinghe

Wijayamuni Devage Athula Nimalasiri Jayasinghe was a Sri Lankan revolutionary and politician. A JVP leader of the 1971 JVP insurrection, Jayasinghe was later elected to the Sri Lankan Parliament and served as a Deputy Minister of Power and Energy ...

                                               

Pettah Power Station

Pettah Power Station opened in 1898 and was located on Gasworks Street in the Pettah area of central Colombo. It was Ceylons second power station after the one on Bristol Street in the Fort area. It was acquired by the Colombo Electric Tramways a ...

                                               

MIE

Member of the Institution of Engineers, Sri Lanka In toxicology, a Molecular Initiating Event or MIE sets off a chain of biological events or adverse outcome pathway that eventually leads to adverse effects. Metal-induced embrittlement; see embri ...

                                               

Tantrum (disambiguation)

Tantrum Entertainment Tantrum, the fictional energy drink from How I Met Your Mother episode Duel Citizenship Tantrum Transformers, a character from the Transformers toy line Tantrum, a Static Shock character Tantrum, a graphic novel by Jules Feiffer

                                               

EPC

European Political Community, a former proposed political organization Eastern Provincial Council, in Sri Lanka European Political Cooperation, a form of European Union foreign policy coordination European Policy Centre, a Belgian think tank

                                               

Desi (disambiguation)

Desi or Deshi is a self-referential term used by South Asian people. Desi may also refer to: Desi ghee, a term used to differentiate between country-made ghee and vegetable ghee Desi raga, a raga also known as Deshi in Indian classical music Desi ...

                                               

Ahmad Salihijo Ahmad

Ahmad Salihijo Ahmad is a Nigerian Engineer and renewable energy advocate. He is the current Managing Director of Nigerian Rural Electrification Agency.

                                               

Brazil–Trinidad and Tobago relations

Brazil–Trinidad and Tobago relations are bilateral relations between Brazil and Trinidad and Tobago. Trinidad and Tobago has an embassy in Brasilia and Brazil has an embassy in Port of Spain.

                                               

2020 Tobago Council of the Peoples National Movement leadership election

The 2020 Tobago Council of the Peoples National Movement election were held on January 19, 2020. For the first time, a one member, one vote voting system was adopted for all 17 positions contested. The winner, Tracy Davidson-Celestine, the first ...

                                               

Electricity Commission

Electricity Commission may refer to: Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission Electricity Commission of New South Wales Electricity Supply Commission of Malawi Electricity and Gas Regulation Commission State Electricity Regulatory Commission Ce ...

                                               

81-718/719

81-718/719 - subway cars created at the Mytishchi Machine-Building Plant. They were produced from 1991 to 2004. They are based on cars model 81-717/714, which have a number of technical innovations and improvements of technical and economic chara ...

                                               

Dark Star

Dark star dark matter, a star heated by annihilation of dark matter particles within it Dark-energy star, an object composed of dark energy that outwardly resembles a black hole Dark star Newtonian mechanics, a star that has a gravitational pull ...

                                               

Generation Climate Europe

Generation Climate Europe is a coalition of major European youth organizations aiming to advocate together toward the European institutions for more climate action.

                                               

Mar Garcia

Maria del Mar Garcia Sanz is a Spanish politician and a political scientist. She has served as the Secretary General of the European Green Party since November 2014. She is also a member of the Executive Committee and National Council of the Cata ...