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Department of Revenue

Department of Revenue and Disaster Management, Haryana Department of Revenue Tamil Nadu Department of Revenue India Department of Revenue Land Survey Kerala

                                               

Government Christian Higher Secondary School, Rawalpindi

Government Christian Higher Secondary School, previously known as Mission High School, Rawalpindi is a government school located in Raja Bazaar, Rawalpindi, Pakistan. It was founded in 1856. The school was affiliated with Calcutta University. In ...

                                               

Government Post Graduate College Jaranwala

The college was established on 1960 as Government Higher Secondary School,Jaranwala in the building of Municipal Primary School, Jaranwala. In 1964, the first phase of the present college building was completed and college was shifted in its own ...

                                               

Philippine House Special Committee on the North Luzon Growth Quadrangle

The Philippine House Special Committee on the North Luzon Growth Quadrangle is a special committee of the Philippine House of Representatives. The House Special Committee on the North Luzon Growth Quadrangle has general jurisdiction on all matter ...

                                               

Philippine House Special Committee on Bases Conversion

The Philippine House Special Committee on Bases Conversion is a special committee of the Philippine House of Representatives. The House Special Committee on Bases Conversion has general jurisdiction on all matters directly and principally relatin ...

                                               

Philippine House Committee on Government Reorganization

The Philippine House Committee on Government Reorganization, or Government Reorganization Committee is a standing committee of the Philippine House of Representatives. The House Committee on Government Reorganization has general jurisdiction on a ...

                                               

Philippine House Committee on People Participation

The Philippine House Committee on People Participation, or People Participation Committee is a standing committee of the Philippine House of Representatives. The House Committee on People Participation has general jurisdiction on all matters dire ...

                                               

Philippine House Committee on Basic Education and Culture

The Philippine House Committee on Basic Education and Culture, or Basic Education and Culture Committee is a standing committee of the Philippine House of Representatives. The House Committee on Basic Education and Culture has general jurisdictio ...

                                               

David Horton (writer)

David Robert Horton is an Australian writer who has been described as a polymath, with qualifications and careers in science and the arts. He is known for his compilation of the work The Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia: Aboriginal and Torre ...

                                               

10th General Junta of the Principality of Asturias

The 10th General Junta was the meeting of the General Junta, the parliament of the Principality of Asturias, with the membership determined by the results of the regional election held on 24 May 2015. The congress met for the first time on 15 Jun ...

                                               

14th Cortes Generales

The 14th Cortes Generales is the current meeting of the Cortes Generales, the national legislature of Spain, with the membership determined primarily by the results of the general election held on 10 November 2019. The cortes met for the first ti ...

                                               

Sial Pigmalion Publishing Group

The Sial Pigmalion Publishing Group was founded in 1997 in Madrid, Spain by Basilio Rodriguez Cañada, former president of the Spanish Association of Africanists and current president of the PEN Club of Spain, and Jose Ramon Trujillo, professor of ...

                                               

Basilio Rodriguez Cañada

Basilio Rodriguez Cañada was born in 1961, in the municipality of Navalvillar de Pela, in the province of Badajoz, which belongs to the autonomous community of Extremadura. Rodriguez Cañada has a degree in Communication Sciences from the Complute ...

                                               

Alaska Library Association

The Alaska Library Association is a professional organization for Alaskas librarians and library workers. It is headquartered in Fairbanks, Alaska. It was founded July 5, 1972 and became a 501 nonprofit organization in 1997. AkLA has two active c ...

                                               

Old State House

Old State House or Old Statehouse may refer to: Old State House Little Rock, Arkansas Old State Capitol Kentucky, also called Old Statehouse Vandalia State House State Historic Site - fourth Illinois state capitol Old State House Boston, Massachu ...

                                               

Lee Thompson

Lee Thompson may refer to: Lee Thompson saxophonist born 1957, saxophonist of the ska/pop band Madness Lee Thompson politician, former Florida Commissioner of Agriculture J. Lee Thompson 1914–2002, British film director Lee Thompson baseball 1898 ...

                                               

Senator Graham

Senator Graham may refer to: United States Senators Frank Porter Graham 1886–1972, U.S. Senator from North Carolina from 1949 to 1950 William Alexander Graham 1804–1875, U.S. Senator from North Carolina from 1840 to 1843, and Confederate States S ...

                                               

Fort Myers Regional Library

The Fort Myers Regional Library branch houses the county library systems genealogy collection, the largest in Southwest Florida, in their dedicated Genealogy Room. Patrons can access print, microform, and digital resources for their research need ...

                                               

Public Service Building

Public Service Building may refer to: Portland Building, in Portland, Oregon, a government building referred to in some documents as the Portland Public Service Building Public Service Building Libertyville, Illinois, listed on the National Regis ...

                                               

Chris Cournoyer

Chris Cournoyer is the Iowa State Senator from the 49th District. A Republican, she has served in the Iowa Senate since 2019. She currently resides in Le Claire, Iowa. As of February 2020, Cournoyer serves on the following committees: Education V ...

                                               

Shadow Inc.

Shadow Inc. is a political technology company that develops mobile apps designed to register, organize, and mobilize voters. The company gained attention after their IowaReporterApp software failed during the 2020 Iowa Democratic caucuses.

                                               

PFI

PFI may stand for: Popular Front of India, a confederation of public-service organizations in India Pre-flight inspection, of an aircraft Perspektivnyi Frontovoy Istrebitel "Perspective Frontline Fighter", Soviet military aircraft; see Post-PFI S ...

                                               

FSU

FSU may refer to: Former Soviet Union, collective term for the fifteen countries that formed the Soviet Union until 1991 Ferris State University, Michigan Fuse-Switch-Unit, opposite of SFU, relating to the order an electrical fuse is inserted in ...

                                               

Douglas B. Roberts

Roberts graduated from the University of Maryland with honors, studying economics. Roberts then earned his masters and doctorate degrees in the same subject from Michigan State University.

                                               

David Jennings

David Jennings may refer to: David Jennings bishop born 1944, English churchman David Jennings congressman 1787–1834, United States Representative from Ohio David Jennings tutor 1691–1762, English dissenting tutor Dave Jennings American football ...

                                               

Michael Nelson

Michael or Mike Nelson may refer to: Banners musician, English musician Michael Nelson performing as Banners Michael Nelson novelist 1921–1990, British novelist Michael Nelson soccer, born 1994, American soccer player Michael Nelson political sci ...

                                               

Success Academy

Success Academy may refer to: Student Success Academy, in #Middle Schools &/or in #High Schools, both in Val Verde Unified School District, California Success Academy, in Patterson High School Baltimore, Maryland Success Academy, in Franklin- ...

                                               

DRT

DRT may refer to: DRT Entertainment, a New York city-based independent record label. Doña Remedios Trinidad, Bulacan, a municipality in the Philippines Durham Region Transit, a Canadian public transit operator in Durham Region, Ontario Decimal re ...

                                               

Senator Hall

Senator Hall may refer to: Tony P. Hall born 1942, Ohio State Senate Dan Hall politician born 1952, Minnesota State Senate John W. Hall 1817–1892, Delaware State Senate Isadore Hall III born 1971, California State Senate Darwin Hall 1844–1919, Mi ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 11th Worcester district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 11th Worcester district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Worcester County. Republican Hannah Kane of ...

                                               

Our Ladys Hospital, Manorhamilton

Our Ladys Hospital is a health facility located in Manorhamilton, County Leitrim, Ireland. It is managed by Saolta University Health Care Group.

                                               

Belle Grove

Belle Grove Historic District, Fort Smith, Arkansas Belle Grove Wildlife Management Area

                                               

Basketball County

Basketball County, subtitled Basketball County: In The Water is a 2020 American sports documentary film produced by Kevin Durants company Thirty Five Ventures. The film explores the culture surrounding youth basketball in Prince Georges County, M ...

                                               

G. Barrett Rich

G. Barrett Rich was the inspiration behind the G Barrett Rich Mansion and winner of the Silver Buffalo Award – the highest commendation from the Boy Scouts of America. He was a businessman who held numerous executive roles including: president of ...

                                               

Massachusetts Senates Middlesex and Suffolk district

Massachusetts Senates Middlesex and Suffolk district in the United States is one of 40 legislative districts of the Massachusetts Senate. It covers 6.4% of Middlesex County and 10.4% of Suffolk County population in 2010. Democrat Sal DiDomenico o ...

                                               

John Dowd

John Dowd may refer to: John H. Dowd marketer, 1922–2004, advertising executive John Dowd politician born 1940, former opposition leader in New South Wales John Dowd motocross born 1965, professional motocross racer Johnny Dowd born 1948, America ...

                                               

Michael KieSling

Michael KieSling is a German politician. Born in Ruti, he represents the CDU. Michael KieSling has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of Bavaria since 2017.

                                               

Walter Klaiber

Walter Klaiber is a theologian, bishop of the Evangelical Methodist Church in Germany and was until the beginning of March 2007 Chairman of the Working Group of Christian Churches in Germany.

                                               

Park on Wolnosci Hill, Bydgoszcz

The park covers a rectangular area, 100 metres 330 ft by 1.000 metres 3.300 ft, surrounded by Kujawska, Torunska and general Stanislawa Grzmot-Skotnickiego streets, in the Wolnosci Hill district Polish: osiedle Wzgorze Wolnosci of Bydgoszcz. The ...

                                               

Assassination of Pawel Adamowicz

Pawel Adamowicz - the mayor of Gdansk - was murdered during the most popular volunteer event in Poland - Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity. The incident took place on 13 January 2019 on Targ Weglowy in city Gdansk, Poland.

                                               

Sergeants Benevolent Association

The Sergeants Benevolent Association is a trade union in New York City which represents Sergeants in the NYPD, and is the second-largest police union in New York City. They are best known for their controversial Twitter account. The Associated Pr ...

                                               

Pir Gohar

Syed Pir Gohar Ali Shah, also known as Shaer-i-Aman, was a Pakistani poet, songwriter, critic and freedom activist who primarily wrote poems in Pashto language throughout his life. He is also credited for contributing to the independence movement ...

                                               

JCS

Jesus Christ Superstar, a 1970 rock opera Journal of Croatian Studies JCS band, a Filipino band Journal of Cell Science Journal of Cuneiform Studies Journal of Consciousness Studies

                                               

AmBisyon Natin 2040

AmBisyon Natin 2040 is the Twenty-Five-Year Long Term Vision developed by the government of the Philippines as Guide for Development Planning It is designed to overcome the challenges brought by the Philippines current political system, which is ...

                                               

Simple Man

Simple Man Charlie Daniels album, 1989 "Simple Man", a 2011 song by Mischa Daniels & Sandro Monte feat. J-Son Simple Man Klaus Nomi album, 1982 "Simple Man" a song by Deftones "Simple Man" Lynyrd Skynyrd song, 1973 "Simple Man", a song by Austral ...

                                               

United States Office of Special Counsel (disambiguation)

The United States Office of Special Counsel is an independent U.S. government agency that protects civil service employees from unfair personnel practices. Other offices with similar names include: U.S. Department of Justice Office of Special Cou ...

                                               

Elizabeth Zetzel

Elizabeth Zetzel was born on 17 March 1907 in New York, the daughter of the jurist and philanthropist James N. Rosenberg. She gained her first degree from Smith College, before studying medicine at the University of London. She underwent analytic ...

                                               

Chloe Aaron

Chloe Wellingham Aaron was an American television executive, best known for her work at the Public Broadcasting Service.

                                               

Ladies Choice (Bill Anderson album)

Ladies Choice is a studio album by American country singer-songwriter Bill Anderson. It was released in 1979 on MCA Records and was produced by Buddy Killen. His 29th studio album, Ladies Choice produced two singles that became charting singles o ...

                                               

Huawei P40

The Huawei P40, Huawei P40 Pro, and Huawei P40 Pro+ are Android-based smartphones manufactured by Huawei. Unveiled on 26 March 2020, they succeed the Huawei P30 in the companys P series line.