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GCS

Group communication system Group Control System, an IBM VM Operating system component Google Cloud Storage Game creation system Gauss Centre for Supercomputing, in Germany

                                               

Catholic Education an Irish Schools Trust

In Ireland, the majority of secondary schools were established and were controlled by a number of Roman Catholic religious congregations. By the late 20th century these religious congregations were in serious decline and they decided to merge the ...

                                               

Hospital (disambiguation)

Ralph Hospital 1891–1972, U.S. Army officer during World War I and World War II Janette Turner Hospital born 1942, Australian novelist Michel de LHospital c. 1505 –1573, French humanist and politician Guillaume de LHospital 1661–1704, French math ...

                                               

CCT

Clarkson College of Technology, the original name of Clarkson University Communication, Culture & Technology, M.A. program at Georgetown University College of Ceramic Technology at Kolkata, India Centre for Converging Technologies, UoR at Jaipur, ...

                                               

Meet For Charity (auction)

During the three years of its existence, the startup raised more than 90 million rubles for philanthropic purposes and began to cooperate with 120 charitable foundations. In June 2017, record deal was the sale of dinner with the Chairman and CEO ...

                                               

Clore Duffield Foundation

The Clore Duffield Foundation is a registered charity in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 2000 by the merger of Charles Clore and his daughter Vivien Duffields charitable foundations.

                                               

Emmaus (disambiguation)

Emmaus Nicopolis, an archaeological site in Israel Imwas, a Palestinian Arab village formerly located at the site Emmaus Diocese, an ancient and titular diocese of the Roman Catholic Church Emmaus, U.S. Virgin Islands, United States Emmaus, Penns ...

                                               

Group 36

Group 36, Inc. is a Moscow-based consulting firm working with various charitable organizations and NGOs worldwide founded in 2014 by Dimitry Dikmаn, an expert in philanthropy.

                                               

TAAS

TAAS may refer to: Israel Military Industries, also referred to as Taas Hebrew: תע"ש, an Israeli weapons manufacturer These Arms Are Snakes, an American band Texas Assessment of Academic Skills Taipei Adventist American School, a school in Taipei ...

                                               

Holy Land (disambiguation)

The Holy Land refers to any place that is considered sacred. Holy Land, roughly the area of modern Israel and Palestine, considered holy by adherents of Abrahamic religions which originated from there and even Islam Indian subcontinent, considere ...

                                               

Efrat (disambiguation)

Efrat is an Israeli settlement in the Etzion bloc. Efrat Hebrew: אפרת is a name with Hebrew origins that can also refer to: Efrat organization, an Israeli charity which provides money to women considering abortion for financial reasons In Russian ...

                                               

The Italian Job (disambiguation)

The Italian Job charity event, annual car run for Minis and other vehicles featured in the original film, from the UK to northern Italy, fundraising for childrens charities

                                               

FIF

Karolane Richard Italian Football Federation, Italian: formerly Federazione Italiana Football Ivorian Football Federation French: Federation Ivoirienne de Football Frederiksberg IF, a Danish sports club

                                               

Daiwa

Daiwa may refer to: Places: Daiwa, Hiroshima, a former town in Kamo District, Hiroshima, Japan Daiwa, Shimane, a former village in Ōchi District, Shimane, Japan Companies and related: Daiwa Adrian Prize, awarded by the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Founda ...

                                               

JCA

Joint Cargo Aircraft, US Army and Air Force designation for the C-27 Spartan Joint capability areas, US Department of Defense listing of military capabilities Joint Combat Aircraft, Royal Navy and RAF designation for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter

                                               

CVS

CVS Pharmacy, CVS Health pharmacies and stores CVS Health, a US pharmacy chain CVS Caremark, a prescription benefit management subsidiary Cable Video Store, a former US pay-per-view provider Chicago Vocational High School, a public four-year voca ...

                                               

Arms

Arms Corporation, a Japanese anime and manga studio TRIN finance or Arms Index, a short-term stock trading index Amherst Regional Middle School Australian Relief & Mercy Services, a part of Youth With A Mission

                                               

Orchid (disambiguation)

Orchid charity, a cancer research organization Orchid Technology, a technology company Orchid Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals, an Indian pharmaceutical firm

                                               

One Love

Tim Sommers, the latter half of Kinetics & One Love

                                               

Tasif Khan (boxer)

Tasif Khan is a British-born Pakistani super flyweight professional boxer. He has won a number of championship belts, including the Superflyweight World Champion. World Boxing Union, Superflyweight World Champion, Global Boxing Union, Bantamweigh ...

                                               

Missing Persons

Missing Person or Missing People may refer to: Missing Persons band, an American rock band Missing person a person who has disappeared for usually unknown reasons The Missing Person film, an American film 2009 Missing persons Pakistan, referring ...

                                               

Wish (disambiguation)

Wish or Hope, a 2013 South Korean film directed by Lee Joon-ik WISH-TV, a television station licensed to Indianapolis, Indiana, United States "The Wish" Buffy the Vampire Slayer, a 1998 episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Wished film, a 2017 film

                                               

GCG

GCG may refer to: Biochemistry Proglucagon, a protein Gallocatechin gallate, a flavonol Alanine Other Guardian Capital Group, a Canadian financial services company The Grilled Cheese Grill, an American restaurant chain Knight Grand Cross of the R ...

                                               

GWC

GWC may refer to: George Wythe College, now George Wythe University, in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States Gambian Workers Confederation, a Gambian trade union Kalami language, spoken in Pakistan Great West Conference, an American college athlet ...

                                               

NGS

National Grammar School, Lahore, Pakistan National Galleries of Scotland, representing the national art collection of Scotland National Geodetic Survey, United States service operating under the control of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adm ...

                                               

ILF

ILF may refer to: Institute for Law and Finance, graduate law school of the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, Germany Interactive Literature Foundation, the predecessor to the Live Action Roleplayers Association International L ...

                                               

NCH

NCH may refer to: New College of the Humanities at Northeastern, a private higher education college in London, England National Children’s Home, former name of Action for Children, a British childrens charity National Council for Homeopathy, a Pa ...

                                               

IOR

The abbreviation IOR may refer to: Interest on Reserves, a term used in macroeconomics having to do with reserves placed at the central bank Institute of Refrigeration, a UK scientific charity and membership organisation Indian Ocean Region Inter ...

                                               

FMF

Fantastic Mr Fox, a novel by Roald Dahl Fantastic Mr. Fox film Fantastic Mr. Fox opera Florida Music Festival, in Orlando, Florida, United States Firefly Music Festival, in Dover, Delaware, United States Fender Music Foundation, an American child ...

                                               

Nobodys Child

Nobodys Children novella, a 2007 Dr. Who novella Nobodys Child, romantic novel by Pat Warren 1996 Nobodys Child, autobiographical novel by Michael Seed 2007 Nobodys Child, romantic novel by Ann Major 1997 Nobodys Child, crime novel by Libby Fisch ...

                                               

Susan Wakil

Susan Wakil was a business woman, a charity supporter and philanthropist who supported health, education and the arts in Australia.

                                               

EBT

Eriochrome Black T, a chemical indicator used in tests Electron beam texturing Electron beam therapy Evidence-based toxicology Electronic benefit transfer Electron beam computed tomography

                                               

Loretto

Loretto, a village in Bantwal taluk, Karnataka state, India

                                               

National Child Labour Welfare Council

National Child Labour Welfare Council is a Bangladesh government council responsible for creating policies to end child labour in Bangladesh.

                                               

Ganesh Haloi

Ganesh was born in 1936 in Jamalpur village in Mymensingh now in Bangladesh and spent much of his childhood. His family came to Calcutta, India in 1950 after the India-Pakistan Partition. In India, he started with a job of sketcher with Archaeolo ...

                                               

Paanch Phoron

Paanch Phoron is a Bengali web series available on regional OTT platform hoichoi from 14 February 2019. As the name suggests Paanch Phoron’ the blend of five spices together. This web series is an Anthology one where five directors come together ...

                                               

Project Dastaan

Project Dastaan is a peace-building initiative that reconnects displaced refugees of the 1947 Partition of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh with their childhood communities and villages through bespoke 360-degree digital experiences. Dastaan means ...

                                               

Carolina Nabuco

Carolina Nabuco, born Maria Carolina Nabuco de Araujo was a Brazilian writer and translator. In 1978, Carolina received the Machado de Assis Award, from the Brazilian Academy of Letters, for her work as a whole.

                                               

CDD

Conserved domain database, a collation of protein structural and functional motifs from several independent databases Concentration deficit disorder, another term for sluggish cognitive tempo Chlorine dioxide disinfection, a process to disinfect ...

                                               

Andre Pinguim

Andre Luis Ruas, better known by his stage name Andre Pinguim or simply as Pinguim, is a Brazilian drummer and beatboxer primarily known for his tenure with famous alternative rock band Charlie Brown Jr. from 2005 to 2008.

                                               

CAST

Cardiac Arrhythmia Suppression Trial, a heart study in the 1980s Childhood-autism spectrum test, formerly the Childhood Asperger Syndrome Test Chronic addiction substitution treatment, a policy adopted in Vancouver Canada to reduce the harms of d ...

                                               

Divino Niño (band)

Divino Niño is an American/Colombian rock band based in Chicago, Illinois, formed in 2013. The band consists of Camilo Medina, Javier Forero, Guillermo Rodriguez-Torres, and Pierce Codina. Their music has been characterized as surreal, psychedeli ...

                                               

Eva Smolkova-Keulemansova

Eva Smolkova-Keulemansova was born on April 27, 1927 in Prague, the Czech Republic to a Jewish family. Eva is a survivor of Auschwitz, Neuengamme, and Bergen-Belsen concentration camps. After her liberation, she became a renowned Czech scientist ...

                                               

Tural Ganjaliyev

Tural Babashah oglu Ganjaliyev is an Azerbaijani politician who is a Member of the National Assembly of Azerbaijan, and has served as Chairman of the Azerbaijani Community of the Nagorno-Karabakh region of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

                                               

The Copenhagen Trilogy

The Copenhagen Trilogy is a trilogy of memoirs by Danish author Tove Ditlevsen. The memoirs were first released in Denmark between 1967 and 1971 under the titles Barndom, Ungdom, and Gift. In 2019 all three memoirs were translated into English by ...

                                               

In the Blood

In the Blood: A Memoir of My Childhood, a book by Andrew Motion In the Blood: God, Genes and Destiny, a book by Steve Jones In the Blood, a 1990 novel by Nancy A. Collins In the Blood Doctor Who, a 2016 novel by Jenny Colgan Punisher: In the Bloo ...

                                               

John Waterstradt

Johannes or John Waterstradt was a German-born Danish natural history collector and mineral prospector in Southeast Asia. He collected birds, orchids, butterflies and moths from the Papua New Guinea and Indonesian regions for several European col ...

                                               

Pihu (short film)

Pihu, is a 2018 short film directed by playwright and director Sachin Gupta starring Sanaya Irani produced under Chilsag Entertainment Network in association with London Players. It is produced by Sushma Gupta, Rashmi Bansal and Ruchika Gupta. It ...

                                               

Fragment

Fragment novel, a novel by Warren Fahy Fragments: Memories of a Wartime Childhood 1939–1948, a fictional memoir of Holocaust survival by Binjamin Wilkomirski Fragments, a play by Edward Albee .hack//fragment, an online and offline RPG from the.ha ...

                                               

Play or Die

Play or Die is a 2019 Belgian horror film directed by Jacques Kluger. The film is based on the bestseller novel titled Puzzle by Franck Thilliez. The plot revolves around Lucas, a young man who lived through his childhood marked by the abuse of h ...