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Tabernacle (disambiguation)

The Tabernacle, or Tent of the Convocation according to the Book of Exodus, was a movable tent and worship facility used by the Israelites. Tabernacle may also refer to:

                                               

Bahia (disambiguation)

Bahia de Caraquez, a city in Ecuador Bahia Blanca, a city in Argentina Bahia Province, the imperial Brazilian administration of the area of present-day Bahia Captaincy of Bahia, the colonial Brazilian administration of the area of present-day Bah ...

                                               

Charles Johnston

Charles Clement Johnston 1795–1832, U.S. Representative from Virginia Charles Hepburn Johnston 1912–1986, British diplomat and author who translated Pushkins Eugene Onegin Charles Edward Johnston 1899–1971, Canadian federal politician Charles Ham ...

                                               

Art Powell

Art or Arthur Powell may refer to: Art Powell wide receiver 1937–2015, former American football wide receiver Arthur William Baden Powell 1901–1987, New Zealand malacologist, naturalist and palaeontologist Arthur E. Powell 1882–1969, theosophist ...

                                               

Tingley (disambiguation)

Tingley Beach, a recreational area Tingley Field, a former baseball stadium Tingley Coliseum, a multi-purpose arena Tingley, West Yorkshire, England Tingley, Missouri, United States Tingley, Iowa, United States In Albuquerque, New Mexico, United ...

                                               

Santiago Bahai Temple

The Santiago Bahai House of Worship or Santiago Bahai Temple is a Bahai House of Worship located in Santiago, Chile and opened in 2016. It is circular and composed of nine arched "sails" made from marble and cast glass. Like all Bahai Houses of W ...

                                               

Abū Abdallāh al-Husayn ibn Ahmad al-Mughallis

Abū Abdallāh al-Husayn ibn Ahmad al-Mughallis was a tenth-century CE poet. He flourished around 381 AH/991 CE, being associated with the court of Bahāʾ al-Dawla. He is noted as one of the only known composers of Arabic riddles in the third centur ...

                                               

CARRP

CARRP is a policy within United States Citizenship and Immigration Services that aims to prevent selected individuals from obtaining citizenship or immigration benefits. The policy was created in 2008 and mainly targets immigrants from Arab, Midd ...

                                               

Tarana (disambiguation)

Tarana railway station, station on the Main Western line in New South Wales, Australia Tarana, New South Wales, a small town in New South Wales Tarana Road railway station, small railway station in Ujjain district, Madhya Pradesh Tarana Madhya Pr ...

                                               

Sani

Sani may refer to: Sani, singer of pop band Aikakone in Finland Sani, Mauritania Sani Pass, pass in the Drakensberg linking Lesotho to South Africa The Sani ethnic minority, grouped by the Chinese government as part of the Yi people Fatima Djarra ...

                                               

Vijayarajamallika

Vijayarajamallika known as Daivathinte Makal, is the first Transgender poet in the Malayalam literature, She is a writer, teacher, social worker,inspirational speaker and an activist from Kerala. Daivathinte Makal her first collection of poetry h ...

                                               

Mid-South

Mid-South may refer to: Mid-South region, a region of the United States including portions of Tennessee, Mississippi, Kentucky, and Missouri Mid-South Wrestling, an American former professional wrestling promotion Mid-South Coliseum, a multi-purp ...

                                               

Discrimination (disambiguation)

Linguistic discrimination, the unfair treatment of an individual based solely on that individuals use of language Discrimination based on skin color, or colorism, in which human beings are treated differently based on the social meanings attached ...

                                               

Randhir Singh

Randhir Singh may refer to: Randhir Singh academic 1922–2016, Indian political theorist Randhir Singh Sikh 1878–1961, regarded by many Sikhs as a Saint Randhir Singh of Kapurthala 1831–1870, ruler of the Indian princely state of Kapurthala Randhi ...

                                               

SKA

SKA, Ska or ska may refer to: SKA Brewing, Durango, Colorado, US Ska leafhopper, a leafhopper genus in the tribe Erythroneurini Sparse Kogge–Stone adder in computing Shotokan Karate of America Acharnes Railway Center, station in Athens, Greece Sk ...

                                               

The Forgotten Holocaust: The Poles Under German Occupation, 1939–1944

The Forgotten Holocaust: The Poles Under German Occupation, 1939-1944 is a 1986 book by Richard C. Lukas dealing with the topic of occupation of Poland during World War II, with particular focus on the sufferings of ethnic Poles in occupied Polan ...

                                               

Bab’s house

Bab’s house, also known as Seyed Bab’s house- in the Iranian city of Shiraz, was the home of Seyed Ali Mohammad Bob, founder of Babism religion when he openly proselyted his religion for the first time. This house, which later became the most imp ...

                                               

Steve Hall

Steve Hall Canadian football born 1960, Canadian football player Steven Hall rugby union born 1972, French rugby union player Steve Hall rugby league born 1979, English rugby league player

                                               

Engaged (disambiguation)

Engaged may refer to: Engaged tone, a busy signal Engaged Spirituality refers to engaging in the world to transform it in positive ways guided by spiritual beliefs Engaged theory is a methodological framework for understanding social complexity E ...

                                               

Seyyed Hassani

In Shia Islam, Hassani, is a Sayyid whose rising is predicted to be among the signs of the reappearance of al-Mahdi. Seyyed Hassani will come out from the side of Deilam. According to - Islamic - narrations: whereas he shouts loudly help Imam-Mah ...

                                               

All Things Are Possible

All Things Are Possible: My Story of Faith, Football, and the First Miracle Season, a 2000 book by Kurt Warner and Michael Silver "All things are possible", a phrase from the New Testament of the Christian Bible, as told in the story of Jesus and ...

                                               

Humanism (disambiguation)

Humanism may refer to ethical philosophies such as Religious humanism, an integration of humanist ethical philosophy with religious rituals and beliefs Humanistic Judaism, a movement in Judaism that offers a nontheistic alternative in contemporar ...

                                               

Adamantios

Adamantios, or Adamantius, may refer to: Adamantius Pseudo-Origen, 4th century Christian writer Adamantios Sampson, archaeologist from Rhodes Adamantios Korais, humanist scholar credited with laying the foundations of Modern Greek literature Orig ...

                                               

Nora Illi

Nora Illi was a Swiss convert to Islam and Islamic preacher. She was chairwoman of the Islamic Central Council of Switzerland. She took part in several T.V. talk shows and caused heated discussions with her intellectual and political views.

                                               

Supreme deity

Supreme deity may refer to: God in Abrahamic religions Yahweh in Jewish belief God in the Bahai Faith Creator deity God The Trinity in most Christian traditions Allah in Muslim belief Jesus Christ of Nazareth in some other Christian traditions Wa ...

                                               

Suraiya (film)

Suraiya is a 2020 Bengali short film directed by Anirudho Rasel with Shahiduzzaman Selim and Shiba Ali Khan playing the lead roles. This film is based on true events that occurred during the 1947 partition of India and Pakistan.

                                               

Bhukant Misra

Major Bhukant Mishra, AC was an officer in the 15 Kumaon Regiment who was posthumously awarded the Ashoka Chakra, Indias highest peacetime military decoration in 26 January 1985.

                                               

Bahman Castle

Bahman Castle is the center of idolaters, from the 10th century story of Shahnameh in Ardabil or northeastern Iran. The Iranians were always worried about the inhabitants of this castle, but until the time of Kay Khosrow the Iranians could not co ...

                                               

Muslim ibn Said al-Kilabi

Muslim ibn Said ibn Aslam ibn Zurah ibn Amr ibn Khuwaylid al-Saiq al-Kilabi was governor of Khurasan for the Umayyad Caliphate in 723–724. He is best known for his efforts to conciliate the native population of Transoxiana and for the major milit ...

                                               

Dilip

Dilip Dholakia 1921–2011, often credited as D. Dilip or Dilip Roy, an Indian music composer and singer Dilip Ray born 1954, Indian politician and hotelier Dilip Wagh, politician R. Dilip Tamil actor 1950s–2012, Indian actor Dilip Doshi born 1947, ...

                                               

Adam Miller

Adam Miller ice hockey born 1984, American ice hockey player Adam Miller Scottish footballer 1883–1917, Scottish footballer Adam Miller baseball born 1984, American professional baseball pitcher Adam Miller athlete born 1984, Australian sprinter ...

                                               

Transfiguration

Transfiguration Bellini, the subject of two paintings by the Italian Renaissance painter Giovanni Bellini Transfiguration Raphael, a 1520 16th-century painting depicting the Transfiguration of Jesus Transfiguration of Jesus, an event reported by ...

                                               

Dama

DAMA/NaI, an experiment to detect dark matter Demand Assigned Multiple Access, a bandwidth allocation strategy DAMA, the DAta Management Association DAMA, abbreviation for "discharged against medical advice" DAMA/LIBRA, successor experiment to DA ...

                                               

Thomas Robbins

Thomas Robbins, Tom Robbins or Thomas Robins may refer to: Tom Robbins born 1932, American author Thomas Robins inventor 1868–1957, inventor of the conveyor belt Tom Alan Robbins, American actor Thomas Sewell Robins 1810–1880, British painter of ...

                                               

Charles Kimball

Charles Kimball may refer to: Charles H. Kimball 1852–1887, American architect Charlie Kimball born 1985, American racecar driver Charles D. Kimball 1859–1930, American politician and Governor of Rhode Island Charles L. Kimball, American film edi ...

                                               

Nazarene

Apostolic Christian Church Nazarene, dating from the Swiss Nazarene Baptist movement Nazarene sect, a sect of 1st-century Judaism which is also considered the earliest form of Christianity Nazarene title, a title applied to Jesus Christ in refere ...

                                               

Muslim Council

Muslim Council may refer to: National Muslim Council of Tanzania French Council of the Muslim Faith Muslim Council of Britain, an unincorporated association founded in 1997 Muslim Public Affairs Council, an American Muslim advocacy organization h ...

                                               

Mappila (disambiguation)

Mappila, formerly anglicised as Moplah, typically refers to a member of a Muslim community in Kerala, India. The word Mappila is still in common use to refer to Syrian Christians in parts of southern Kerala, including as a name suffix. The term M ...

                                               

Steel & Copper

Steel & Copper is a collaborative EP by Nigerian singer Burna Boy and American production duo DJDS. The EP comprises 4 tracks and was released on March 21, 2019, through Spaceship Entertainment, Bad Habit, Atlantic Records and Loma Vista Recordin ...

                                               

Dave Lee

Dave Lee may refer to: Dave Lee chaos magician, British writer and chaos magician Dave Lee horn player, British horn and Wagner tuba player associated with the Michael Nyman Band Dave Lee comedian 1947–2012, British comedian Dave Lee jazz musicia ...

                                               

Collected works

Collected works may refer to: Anthology Florilegium, a collection of works by a single author or by various authors on a given topic Opera Omnia, the complete works of a single author, often edited posthumously

                                               

Boleskine House Foundation

The Boleskine House Foundation is a not-for-profit Scottish charitable incorporated organisation established 26 August 2019 to restore and maintain the Boleskine House estate, a category B listed building, with the goal of historic conservation, ...

                                               

Callistratus of Carthage

Callistratus of Carthage and his forty-nine companions were Christian martyrs executed at Rome during the Diocletianic persecution now commemorated as saints in the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches. Their hagiography, known from the c ...

                                               

Christian persecution

Christian persecution may refer to: History of Christian thought on persecution and tolerance Persecution of other groups by Christians Persecution of Germanic Pagans disambiguation Persecution of Ottoman Muslims Anti-paganism policy of Constanti ...

                                               

Melissa Deckman

Melissa Deckman is an American political scientist. She is the Louis L. Goldstein Professor of Public Affairs at Washington College, where she has also been Chair of the Political Science Department. She studies religion, gender, and American pol ...

                                               

MLO

MLO may refer to: Mount Laguna Observatory, near San Diego, California, US Mortgage Loan Originator Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 term for "loan officer" Milos Island National Airport, Greece, IATA code Misanthropic Luciferian Order, ...

                                               

Satanic verses (disambiguation)

Satanic verses may refer to: The Satanic Verses controversy, incident surrounding the novel "The Satanic Verses", including a fatwa issued by Irans supreme leader against the author Salman Rushdie Satanic Verses Story of the Cranes religious vers ...

                                               

AAAP

"aaap" or "AAAP" may refer to: Atheists & Agnostics Alliance Pakistan American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry Asociacion de Atletismo del Alto Parana American Association of Applied Psychologists Amateur Astronomers Association of Pittsburgh Ass ...

                                               

CBCA

CBCA may refer to: Civilian Board of Contract Appeals, the U.S. Civilian Board of Contract Appeals Canada Business Corporations Act, a Canadian law regulating Canadian business corporations Central Blockchain Council of America, is blockchain’s v ...

                                               

Somethings Gotta Give

Somethings Gotta Give or Somethings Got to Give may refer to: In film: Somethings Got to Give, a 1962 film starring Marilyn Monroe and Dean Martin Somethings Gotta Give film, a 2003 film starring Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton In literature and ...