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Stateless

Statelessness, the legal and social concept applicable to persons who are not citizens or subjects of any state Anarchism, a political philosophy opposed to the institution of the state Stateless society, a society that is not governed by a state ...

                                               

Osterreichisches Jungvolk

The Osterreichisches Jungvolk was the state youth organization of Austria during the era of Austrofascism. It was founded in August 1936 and at the time of its dissolution in 1938 it had around 350.000 members between the ages of 6 and 18. It rep ...

                                               

Actus

Actus may refer to: An ancient Roman unit of length In Ancient Rome Actus, path which could only have a horse cart Actus tragicus, another name for the Bach cantata Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit, BWV 106 A French acronym for Chadian Action ...

                                               

Hunyadi Square Market Hall, Budapest

The Hunyadi Square Market Hall or Market Hall IV was built in 1897 according to the plans of Gyozo Czigler in the Terezvaros district of Budapest. It is similar in style to the other five market halls built almost simultaneously. Powered by the P ...

                                               

Naso

Naso surname Naso people, also known as Teribe or Tjer-di, indigenous to Panama Naso, Sicily, a town in the province of Messina, Sicily Naso parsha, in the annual Jewish cycle of Torah reading

                                               

William G. Hills

William Giles Hills was a soldier in the United States Army during the American Civil War. He received the Medal of Honor.

                                               

Laxey Bay

Laxey Bay is a coastal feature and Marine Nature Reserve on the east coast of the Isle of Man in the north Irish Sea. Geographically it is bounded by Laxey Head to the north and Clay Head to the south.

                                               

DVS

DVS may refer to: Developing Virtue Secondary School, Talmage, California, USA Doctor of Veterinary Science, a type of doctorate degree. D.V.S*, an American electronic music producer/ guitarist named Derek VanScoten

                                               

Cani

Cani or similar can mean: Cañi, a Spanish word Canoe Association of Northern Ireland, the Northern Irish CANI CANI, an acronym for "constant and never-ending improvement" used by Tony Robbins in his "Personal Power" book

                                               

Bollard (disambiguation)

John Bollard Catholic priest born 1965, a former Jesuit known for suing the Society of Jesus over claims of sexual harassment Alan Bollard born 1951, the current governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Richard Bollard 1863–1927, a New Zealand ...

                                               

Federal Reserve Bank Building

Federal Reserve Bank Building may refer to: 925 Grand, the former Federal Reserve Building in Kansas City, Missouri Eccles Building, Washington, D.C., home to the board of governors of the Federal Reserve System Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Bi ...

                                               

Veronica Bucket

Veronica Bucket is sanitation set-up originating in Ghana which comprises of a bucket with a tap fixed at the bottom and a bowl at the bottom to collect waste water. This serves as a simple way to encourage proper hand washing using flowing water.

                                               

Hector Jelf

Hector Gordon Jelf was an English first-class cricketer and British colonial official in Africa. The son of Sir Arthur Selbourne Jelf, he was born at Putney in May 1917. He was educated at Marlborough College, before going up to Exeter College, O ...

                                               

ECRI

ECRI may refer to: European Commission against Racism and Intolerance, the Council of Europes independent human rights monitoring body European Credit Research Institute, an independent, nonprofit research institute that provides analysis and ins ...

                                               

ETF

ETF may refer to: Electron-transferring flavoprotein Exchange-traded fund Egyptian Tennis Federation ETF Ride Systems, a Dutch amusement ride manufacturer ETF Securities, a British asset management firm Employees Trust Fund, a social security pro ...

                                               

Freedom House (disambiguation)

Freedom House is a think tank based in Washington, D.C., United States. Freedom House may also refer to: Inter-Korean House of Freedom, an administration building on the South Korea side of the Joint Security Area between North and South Korea Fr ...

                                               

Finnhems

Finnhems Oy is a government owned non-profit joint-stock company that manages the nationwide system of medical helicopters in Finland. Finnhems hires the helicopter companies that provide the Air medical services in Finland and oversees the medic ...

                                               

Ecole du service de sante des armees

The Ecole du service de sante des armees is the main medical school organisation for the French Armed Forces, although mainly administered by the French Army.

                                               

4AT

The 4AT or 4 As Test is a bedside medical scale used to help determine if a person has delirium. The 4AT was developed in 2011 as a short test for delirium detection in general clinical settings outside of the ICU. It is designed to be used by he ...

                                               

Structure of the Irish Defence Forces

The Naval Service Reserve is the reserve force of the Naval Service. Its personnel supplements the crew of vessels of the Naval Service during operations, and conducts stand-alone operations within their respective ports, such as security duties, ...

                                               

OEP

OEP may refer to: Oxfordshire Economic Partnership Open Educational Practices Office of Emergency Preparedness, U.S. Executive Branch organization abolished in 1973 and responsibilities divided among several organizations Occurrence Exceedance Pr ...

                                               

DoctorOnCall

DoctorOnCall is a Malaysian-based telehealth provider. It provides a platform to connect patients to doctors for virtual medical consultations via telephone, videoconferencing and text messaging. It provides access to board-certified doctors for ...

                                               

NM-02 (Mexico City Metro)

The NM-02 is a rubber-tyred model of electrical multiple units used on the Mexico City Metro, first used in 2005 and currently servicing Line 2 and Line 7.

                                               

Distress

Distress may refer to: Distress signal, an recognized means for obtaining help Stone washing, a similar technique used on apparel Distressed inventory, goods or materials whose potential to be sold at a normal cost has passed Distress 1929 film, ...

                                               

Mission control (disambiguation)

A Mission control center is an entity that manages aerospace vehicle flights. Mission control may also refer to: Mission Control macOS, a feature of macOS Mission Control, a grappling position also known as the Rubber guard Mission Control Centre ...

                                               

Help Me

Help Me may refer to: Mayday distress signal, the English pronunciation of the French phrase venez maider "Come help me" "Help Me" House, the sixth season finale of House

                                               

Wang Yanyi

Wang Yanyi, is a Chinese immunologist. In 2018, She became the director general at the Wuhan Institute of Virology and the deputy director for Wuhan in the China Zhi Gong Party.

                                               

Accidental President

Accidental President or The Accidental President may also refer to: Harry S Truman Gerald Ford, 38th President of the United States, who assumed the office after Richard Nixons resignation John Tyler Millard Fillmore, 13th President of the United ...

                                               

Tim Keck

Tim Keck was born in Indiana to Edward and Janet Keck, both of whom were newspaper reporters. The family moved to Wisconsin while he was a child and Keck eventually attended the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

                                               

Bina Sheth Lashkari

Bina Sheth Lashkari is an Indian Doorstep school founder in India. Over 30 years she has helped to organise the education of 100.000 children in Mumbai. In 2013 she was awarded the Stree Shakti Puraskar

                                               

Sulaiman Md Ali

Datuk Sulaiman bin Md Ali is a Malaysian politician who is the incumbent Member of the Malacca State Legislative Assembly for Lendu. A member of the United Malays National Organisation, he was appointed the new Chief Minister of Malacca on 9 Marc ...

                                               

Micheal Trujillo

Trujillo grew up at Isleta Pueblo. His mother, Juanita Jaramillo Trujillo, was widowed when he was young. She was left to raise Miguel and her other son Bartolo, on her own. Despite his familys pleas for him to drop out of school and return to th ...

                                               

Magikland

Magikland is one of the theme parks in the Philippines. It is located in Silay, Negros Occidental. It is also known as the first outdoor theme park in the Visayas. The park is owned and operated by Aton Land and Leisure, Inc.

                                               

Shawinigan (disambiguation)

Shawinigan Province of Canada, a former electoral division of the Province of Canada from 1854 to 1867 for the Mauricie area in Quebec Shawinigan River, a tributary of the Saint-Maurice River, Quebec, Canada Shawnigan Lake, British Columbia, a vi ...

                                               

Curtin

Curtin, Australian Capital Territory Division of Curtin, an Australian electoral division in Western Australia RAAF Base Curtin, Derby, Western Australia Curtin, Webster County, West Virginia, U.S. Curtin Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania, U. ...

                                               

My Way (disambiguation)

My Way 1974 film, a film directed by Kaneto Shindo My Way 2012 film or Cloclo, a French biographical film about Claude François My Way 1973 film, a South African film directed by Emil Nofal My Way 2011 film, a South Korean film "My Way" Phil of t ...

                                               

Semicentennial of the Easter Rising

Celebrations began on Easter Sunday on April 10, 1966 when a Military parade took place in Dublin. An estimated 200.000 people attended the march as it paraded down OConnell Street before stopped outside the General Post Office, the headquarters ...

                                               

Indira Gandhi Stadium

Indira Gandhi Stadium may refer to: Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, a football stadium in Guwahati, Assam, India Indira Gandhi Stadium, Vijayawada a cricket stadium in Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India Indira Gandhi Arena an indoor games stadium ...

                                               

Manoj Pande

Manoj Pande is an Indian civil servant serving as the current Member of the Indian Railway Board since 2019. Manoj Pande is Indian Railway Personnel Service officer belonging 1981 batch of Madhya Pradesh cadre. Prior to Member of the Indian Railw ...

                                               

PGCE

PGCE can stand for: Postgraduate Certificate in Endodontics, a one-year course in India by the Indira Gandhi National Open University IGNOU and the Dental Council of India DCI Professional Graduate Diploma in Education, a Scottish teacher-trainin ...

                                               

Bob Barry (cricketer, born 1878)

Robert William Barry was a New Zealand cricketer and soldier who played one match of first-class cricket for Canterbury in the 1901–02 season.

                                               

Valley of Terror

Valley of Terror is a 1937 American Western film directed by Albert Herman and written by John T. Neville, Sherman L. Lowe and Stanley Roberts. The film stars Kermit Maynard, Harley Wood, John Merton, Jack Ingram, Roger Williams, Hank Bell, Dick ...

                                               

Security Council of Armenia

The Security Council of Armenia is the highest decision-making defence and law enforcement body in the Republic of Armenia. The offices of the Security Council is located on 24 Marshal Baghramyan Avenue in Yerevan.

                                               

Emperor Shao

Emperor Shao literally means "the young emperor". In Chinese history, this term was used - usually as a byname - to refer to either those who became emperor at a very young age, or those emperors who ruled briefly. The term was first used for "fo ...

                                               

NKC

NKC is a three letter abbreviation that may refer to: Northwest Kidney Centers, outpatient hemodialysis treatment center IATA airport code for Nouakchott–Oumtounsy International Airport Nat King Cole, American jazz singer/musician NDR-Klein-Compu ...

                                               

Strictly Personal (disambiguation)

Strictly Personal is a 1968 album by Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band. It may also refer to: Strictly Personal, a 1974 book by John Eisenhower Strictly Personal: Manmohan and Gursharan, a book by Daman Singh Strictly Personal The Romantics al ...

                                               

Alex Mudronja

Alexander Mudronja is an Australian professional basketball player for the Adelaide 36ers of the National Basketball League. He had a junior career with the Sturt Sabres before he joined the Centre of Excellence Program at the Australian Institut ...

                                               

Glenn Spencer (American football)

Glenn Spencer is an American football coach who is currently the defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at the University of South Florida. He was previously the defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at Florida Atlantic before being na ...

                                               

St Anns Well (Buxton)

St Anns Well is an ancient warm natural spring in Buxton, Derbyshire in England. The drinking well is located at the foot of The Slopes and opposite the Crescent hotel and the Old Hall Hotel. The natural warm waters of Buxton have been revered si ...

                                               

Digao

Digao may refer to: Zhuanxu, also known as Digao i.e., Emperor Gao, legendary Chinese ruler Digão footballer, born 1993, full name Rodrigo Longo Freitas, Brazilian footballer Emperor Gaozu of Han, or Digao died 195 BC, a historical Chinese empero ...