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Pinyin (disambiguation)

Pinyin is the official romanization system for Standard Chinese in China, Singapore and Taiwan. Pinyin can also refer to other transcription systems used in China: Tongyong Pinyin, a romanization of Mandarin Chinese used in Taiwan Republic of Chi ...

                                               

Vaccine (disambiguation)

Vaccine is a class of medication typically used in prevention of disease. Vaccine may also refer to: Vaccine hesitancy, a reluctance or refusal to be vaccinated or to have ones children vaccinated Vaccination, the process of administering a vacci ...

                                               

Vladimir Cheburin

Vladimir Cheburin is a Kazakh football manager who last worked as head coach of FK Sūduva in Lithuania.

                                               

Kim Jong-gwan

He is the Lieutenant General of the Korean Peoples Army, and previously commanded the General Construction Bureau. In May 2016, he was appointed a member of the 7th Central Committee of the Workers Party of Korea at the 7th Congress of the Worker ...

                                               

Democratic Centre of Montenegro

It was formed in 2009, following the split in the leadership of the Movement for Changes PzP. Its founder and president was Goran Batricevic, former vice-president of the PzP. Party regarded itself as the moral and ideological heir of the origina ...

                                               

Party of United Pensioners and the Disabled

The Party of United Pensioners and the Disabled is an single-issue politics extra-parliamentary party, representing the interests of pensioners in Montenegro.

                                               

Han Htoo Lwin

Han Htoo Lwin is a Burmese singer-songwriter, singer, composer and also known as guitarist and music producer. He is best known for his punk music. He is the son of Yin Go who is a famous singer.

                                               

Abiodun Duro-Ladipo

Abiodun Duro-Ladipo is a Nigerian actress and singer of noble Yoruba birth. In 1963, she joined the theatre company of Duro Ladipo, whom she married the following year. Acting in her husbands epic plays, she was particularly successful in the rol ...

                                               

Bright Star

Bright Star may refer to: "Bright star, would I were stedfast as thou art", the sonnet from which the film takes its name Bright Star film, 2009 feature about the life of poet John Keats Bright Stars FC, Ugandan football club Operation Bright Sta ...

                                               

AnnaCarinaPop

Cielo Sin Luz was released in 2009 as the lead single for the album. The song had airplay success in Peru and other parts of South America. The song reached the top spot on MTV Latin America allowing Anna Carina to enter markets such as Argentina ...

                                               

Fera

Fera may refer to: Fera band, a pop rock/singer-songwriter duo from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Fera fish, a local name for several fish species and the eponymous dish Fera Island, an island in Isabel Province, Solomon Islands Fera Scienc ...

                                               

Results of the 2009 European Parliament election in Sweden

Sweden held its 2009 European Parliament election to nominate Swedens 18 members of the European Parliament on 7 June 2009. The election was held in the same week as 26 other member states.

                                               

International Revolutionary Left

International Revolutionary Left is a Trotskyist international tendency that split from the Committee for a Workers International in the late 2010s.

                                               

First Ward

First Ward can refer to: Ward 1 of the District of Columbia, a ward of Washington, D.C. Ward 1, the name of several wards of Zimbabwe Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints First Ward, Houston, a neighborhood of Houston Ward 1 ...

                                               

Alistair Campbell

Alistair or Alastair Campbell may refer to: Alastair Campbell, Lord Bracadale born 1949, Scottish jurist Ali Campbell Alistair Ian Campbell, born 1959, British singer formerly with UB40 Alastair Campbell bioethicist born 1938, British bioethicist ...

                                               

ISO 22395

ISO 22395:2018 Security and resilience -- Community resilience -- Guidelines for supporting vulnerable persons in an emergency, is an international standard developed by ISO/TC 292 Security and resilience and published by the International Organi ...

                                               

Jingdong Hua

Jingdong Hua is the Treasurer and Vice-President of the World Bank Group, appointed on January 1, 2019. He also serves as the Pension Finance Administrator of the World Bank Group.

                                               

Hong Kong Medical Licensing Examination

The Hong Kong Medical Licensing Examination is a required assessment for doctors that graduated from medical schools outside of Hong Kong and forms part of the pathway to medical licensure in Hong Kong. The HKMLE is stipulated by the Medical Regi ...

                                               

Corpse decomposition

Corpse decomposition is the process in which the organs and complex molecules of a human body break down into simple organic matter over time. In vertebrates, five stages of decomposition are typically recognized: fresh, bloat, active decay, adva ...

                                               

Berisha II Cabinet

The Berisha II Cabinet becomes the Albanian government administration in office from 2009 to 2013. They were sworn in on 17 September 2009 to the Berisha I cabinet, which had been in office since 2005. With the swearing in of the Rama cabinet on ...

                                               

Daniel Polani

Daniel Polani is a professor of Artificial Intelligence and Director of the Centre for Computer Science and Informatics Research, and Head of the Adaptive Systems Research Group, and leader of the SEPIA Lab at the University of Hertfordshire. Pol ...

                                               

Gobbet

A gobbet is generally a short structured commentary on an assigned passage or source, often set for students to complete in examinations. It is often seen in humanities subjects such as classics, history, literature, philosophy, and religion. Gob ...

                                               

Junko (manga artist)

Junko is a Japanese manga artist. She debuted professionally in 2009, producing yaoi manga for various magazines. Her 2010 series, Kimi Note, became her first breakthrough hit. In 2013, Junko released her first shōjo series Kiss Him, Not Me, whic ...

                                               

Sif Island

Sif Island is an island in Pine Island Bay of the Amundsen Sea, in Antarctica. It is 1.150 feet long and made of volcanic granite, although it is mostly covered in ice. It was discovered in February 2020 after the Pine Island Glacier melted away ...

                                               

Deep Throat

Deep Throat The X-Files, a character in The X-Files Deep Throat film, 1972 pornographic film "Deep Throat" The X-Files episode The Deep Throat Sex Scandal, 2010 American play Gray Fox Metal Gear or Deepthroat, a character in Metal Gear Solid "Dee ...

                                               

Albanian

Albanian may refer to: Demographics of Albania, includes other ethnic groups within the country Pertaining to Albania in Southeast Europe; in particular Albanian culture Albanian language Albanians, an ethnic group native to the Balkans Albania d ...

                                               

Bureaux arabes

The Arab Bureaus was a special section of colonial Frances military in Algeria that was created in 1833 and effectively authorized by a ministerial order on 1 February 1844. It was staffed by French Orientalists, ethnographers and intelligence of ...

                                               

William Watts (disambiguation)

William Watts was a British factory chief. William Watts may also refer to: William Watts engraver 1752–1851, English line-engraver William Watts governor, Deputy Governor of Anguilla William Watts Virginian 1817–1877, American politician and bus ...

                                               

River Police (Bangladesh)

River Police is a specialized unit of Bangladesh police responsible for policing internal river ways of Bangladesh. They are also responsible for policing fisherman and fishing in rivers. Deputy Inspector General of Police Md. Atiqul Islam is the ...

                                               

Oranjestad

Oranjestad may refer to: Buren, Netherlands Oranjestad, Aruba, the capital of Aruba City with a strong connection to the House of Orange-Nassau, particularly members of the Unie van Oranjesteden Union of Orange Cities Orange, Vaucluse, France Ste ...

                                               

2010 general election

2010 general election may refer to: 2010 Bougainvillean general election 2010 Australian federal election 2010 Swedish general election 2010 Brazilian general election 2010 Cook Islands general election 2010 New Brunswick general election 2010 Su ...

                                               

BVC

BVC may refer to: Blanchard Valley Conference, a Northwest Ohio High School athletic conference Bolsa de Valores de Colombia, a stock exchange in Colombia. Barrett Values Centre, a cultural transformation organization Aristides Pereira Internatio ...

                                               

Mundo De Cristo

Mundo De Cristo is an online Dominican magazine covering media, music, news, and Christian editorials. The website highlights Christian culture.

                                               

2010 oil spill

2010 oil spill may refer to: 2010 Port Arthur oil spill in Texas, started 23 January 2010 Jebel al-Zayt oil spill in the Egyptian Red Sea, 15 June 2010 2010 Mumbai oil spill off the coast of Mumbai started on August 7, 2010 Kalamazoo River oil sp ...

                                               

Disability in Eritrea

The article 143, 416C and 511 of the Constitution of Eritrea directly address disability issues in the country, which includes prohibition of discrimination to people with disability. Under the constitution, the government is obliged to ensure th ...

                                               

Kaali

Kaali may refer to: Kali or Kaali, Hindu goddess Kaali crater, group of meteorite craters in Kaali 4227 Kaali, asteroid, named after Kaali crater Kaali, Estonia, village in Saaremaa Parish, Saare County, Estonia Kaali Lake, located in the largest ...

                                               

Saaremaa (disambiguation)

Saaremaa is an island in the Baltic Sea belonging to Estonia. Saaremaa may also refer to: Saaremaa virus, type of Hantavirus Saaremaa, Võru County, village in Võru Parish, Võru County, Estonia Saare County Saare maakond / Saaremaa, one of the 15 ...

                                               

2010–11 Australian Athletics Championships

The 2010–11 Australian Athletics Championships was the 89th edition of the national championship in outdoor track and field for Australia. It was held from 15–17 April 2011 at the Olympic Park Stadium in Melbourne. It served as a selection meetin ...

                                               

Ussif Mustapha

Mustapha was born on 16 August 1979. He hails from Tantaala in the Northern Region of Ghana. He studied at Bagabaga Teacher Training College and Anglia Ruskin University where he obtained his bachelor of arts degree in International Business and ...

                                               

List of sovereign states in Europe by GDP (PPP) per capita

An interactive map with projected data for 2019 from the IMF, using GDP based on purchasing power parity PPP per capita, shown in current international dollars.

                                               

Periphery

Periphery or Peripheral may refer to: Periphery France, statistical area designating a commuter belt around an urban unit Periphery countries, the least developed countries in world systems theory Periphery band, American progressive metal band P ...

                                               

Glimpse

Glimpse or Glimpses may refer to: Glimpse, a leading magazine published in Punjab. Glimpse album, an album by SONICFLOOd The Glimpse Robert Mitchell album Glimpse EP, an album by Trapt A Glimpse of Tiger, a novel by Herman Raucher GLIMPSE may ref ...

                                               

Universidad

Universidad de Los Andes FC, Venezuelan football club Universidad Independiente, a former club based in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, dissolved in 2010 Club Universidad Nacional or UNAM Pumas, Mexican football club Universidad de Chile football club, ...

                                               

Zayn Alexander

Alexander was born and raised in Lebanon. Alexander studied psychology at the American University of Beirut and left for the United States to pursue acting in 2010. In New York City, he met fellow actor, Pascale Seigneurie, who would soon become ...

                                               

Hova

Hova may refer to: Battle of Hova, fought in 1275 Hova, Sweden, a locality Jay-Z, an American rapper, businessman Hova Madagascar, one of the three main social classes in the pre-colonial Kingdom of Imerina in Madagascar Helge Hova 1928–2010, Nor ...

                                               

Sultan Iskandar

Sultan Iskandar may refer to: Sultan Iskandar Ibrahim, ruler of Maldives, 17th century Muda 1583-1636, Acehnese ruler r. 1607-36 Sultan Iskandar Shah, commonly identified with Parameswara king, 5th and last Raja of Singapura and 1st ruler of the ...

                                               

Ca Giustinian

The Ca Giustinian, sometimes called the Palazzo Giustinian, is a palace on the Grand Canal in the San Marco sestiere of Venice, Italy. It is today the seat of the Venice Biennale. Built in 1471, it was among the last Gothic palazzi built in Venic ...

                                               

Looking for Iilonga

Confronted by a loan shark who is collecting what he is owed, Simon is faced with one option only: he has to repay his familys debts. Ripped from his comfortable rural lifestyle, he travels far away to the big city, hoping to work off the debts. ...

                                               

X Corps (North Korea)

The X Corps is a corps of the Korean Peoples Army, and was founded in Chun-dong, Hyesan, Ryanggang Province in September 2010, under the order of Kim Jong-un. The unit was observed to consist of the 42nd Brigade of Samsu County, the 43rd Sniper B ...

                                               

Choe Kyong-song

Choe Kyong-song is a North Korean politician and colonel-general of the Korean Peoples Army. He was member of the 6th convocation of the Central Committee of the Workers Party of Korea and since 2010 member of its Central Military Commission.