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Jeffrey Bryan

Bryan was a judicial clerk for Judge Paul A. Magnuson of the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota. He later became an Assistant United States Attorney for the United States Attorneys Office, where he prosecuted economic frau ...

                                               

Saritha Komatireddy

Saritha Komatireddy is an American lawyer and Deputy Chief of General Crimes in the United States Attorneys Office for the Eastern District of New York who is a nominee to be a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for ...

                                               

HSF

HSF may refer to: Home Service Force, of the British Army Hazara Student Federation, in Pakistan Human spaceflight Heimler method of Human Social Functioning Hellenic Sailing Federation, in Greece Heat shock factor, a protein transcription factor ...

                                               

Cicippio-Puleo v. Islamic Republic of Iran

Cicippio-Puleo v. Islamic Republic of Iran was a 2004 case in the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit related to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act. The DC Circuit Court ruled that while 1996 amendments in FSIA m ...

                                               

Court of Session (disambiguation)

A court of sessions is the name of a type of court in a number of countries which derive their legal system largely from English law. The name is, however, not of English, but Scottish origin. As many Scots were a part of the British colonial emi ...

                                               

CFMA

CFMA may refer to: Changan Ford Mazda Automobile Co., Ltd. was an automotive manufacturing company headquartered in Chongqing, China and a joint venture between Changan Automobile, Ford Motor Company and Mazda. Commodity Futures Modernization Act ...

                                               

When the Storms Would Come

When the Storms Would Come is the debut studio album by indie rock band, Holy Holy. The album was released in July 2015 and debuted and peaked at number 14 on the ARIA Charts.

                                               

Fritz Beebe

Fritz Beebe was born in Utica, New York to Harry R. Beebe, a civil engineer, and Mertice Beebe. He spent most of his early years in Utica. In 1931 he matriculated at Dartmouth College graduating in 1935 and later attended Yale Law School where he ...

                                               

Kisan Swaraj Sangathan

The Kisan Swaraj Sangathan organization,founded by Bhagwan meena in 2020. The organization registration Trade union of India Law, organization working for farmer welfare and justice,It has presence in the states of Madhya Pradesh,Uttar Pradesh,Gu ...

                                               

Carisbrook (disambiguation)

Carisbrook can refer to: Carisbrook, Victoria, a town in Victoria, Australia Carisbrook railway station, a closed railway station on the Moolort railway line, Carisbrook, Victoria Carisbrook stone arrangement, an Aboriginal stone arrangement near ...

                                               

Mahogany (disambiguation)

Swietenia humilis Swietenia macrophylla Swietenia mahagoni Three species in the genus Swietenia Eastern Australian trees in the genus Karrabina Khaya, genus in the family Meliaceae Afzelia, genus in the family Fabaceae African Mahogany Dundas mah ...

                                               

Rocklands Station

Rocklands Station is a pastoral lease that operates as a cattle station along the border of the Northern Territory and Queensland in the Barkly Tableland region. It is situated about 10 kilometres 6 mi north of Camooweal and 120 kilometres 75 mi ...

                                               

Yalu (disambiguation)

The Yalu River forms part of the China–North Korea border. Yalu may also refer to: Yalu iOS, jailbreaking tool for iOS 10 Yalo, or Yalu, village in Palestine, depopulated during the 1967 Arab-Israeli War Yalu, Papua New Guinea, a large village in ...

                                               

M38

M38 or M-38 may refer to: MAS-38, a French WWII submachine gun M-38 Michigan highway, a state highway in Michigan Willys M38, a light tactical vehicle, successor of the Willys MB M38 highway Kazakhstan, a road connecting the border to Russia near ...

                                               

Thousand Islands (disambiguation)

Thousand Islands constitute an archipelago that straddles the Canada-U.S. border in the Saint Lawrence River. Thousand Islands may also refer to: Thousand Island dressing, a salad dressing Thousand Islands, Cocoa Beach, a group of islands in Coco ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 6th Plymouth district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 6th Plymouth 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 Plymouth County. Democrat Josh Cutler of Duxbu ...

                                               

Maxx

Maxx may refer to: Holden Captiva MaXX and Daewoo Winstorm MaXX, both are a rebadging of the Opel Antara SUV Maxx eurodance act, a German-based eurodance music project from 1990s ProSieben Maxx, German television channel T.J. Maxx, a department s ...

                                               

Going Down

Going Down, a webseries featuring Sarah Monahan about Scuba Diving Adventure Travel Going Down 1983 film, Australian drama film starring Tracy Mann Going Down 2003 film, 2003 comedy film starring Renee Estevez

                                               

Terry Moore

Terry Moore may refer to: Terry A. Moore born 1965, Alabama jurist Terry Moore baseball 1912–1995, American Major League Baseball player Terry Moore Australian footballer born 1951, Australian rules footballer Terry Moore musician, New Zealand mu ...

                                               

David Howell

David Howell is the name of: David Howell, Baron Howell of Guildford born 1936, British Conservative MP, Minister in Margaret Thatchers Cabinet David Howell British Army officer, British barrister and officer David Howell golfer born 1975, Englis ...

                                               

Terence Cole

Terence Cole or Terry Cole may refer to: Terry Cole American football, retired American football player Terry Cole stuntman, British TV and film stuntman Terence Cole jurist born 1937, Australian jurist Terry Cole-Whittaker, minister who founded ...

                                               

Ted Thomas

Ted Thomas may refer to: Ted Thomas Sr. born 1935, American cleric Ted Thomas footballer, born 1922 1922–1996, Australian rules football player at the North Melbourne Football Club Teddy Thomas rugby union born 1993, French rugby union player Ted ...

                                               

William Duffy

William Duffy, Bill Duffy or Billy Duffy may refer to: Billy Duffy hurler 1931–2005, Irish hurler William Duffy, a pseudonym of William Dufris born 1958, an American voice actor William Duffy politician 1865–1945, Irish nationalist politician Bil ...

                                               

Frank Gallagher

Frank Gallagher may refer to: Frank Gallagher rugby league died 1966, rugby league footballer of the 1920s for Great Britain, England, Yorkshire, Dewsbury, Batley, and Leeds Frankie Gallagher, Northern Irish politician Frank Gallagher actor born ...

                                               

Lord Browne

Lord Browne or Lord Brown may refer to George Brown, Baron George-Brown 1914–1985, British Labour politician Wallace Browne, Baron Browne of Belmont born 1947, Northern Ireland Unionist politician Wilfred Brown, Baron Brown 1908–1985, metals comp ...

                                               

Cheska Miranda

Francesca Miranda, known professionally as Cheska Miranda, is an American writer, poet, Instagram influencer, and blogger. Born in Jersey City, New Jersey and raised Long Island, New York, Cheska began her writing career at the age of 14 years ol ...

                                               

Union College (disambiguation)

Union College is a liberal arts college in Schenectady, New York, United States. Union College may also refer to: Union College of Laguna, Philippines Atlantic Union College Pacific Union College, liberal arts college in Napa Valley, California, ...

                                               

FIDA

FIDA may refer to: Acronyms Palestinian Democratic Union Al-Ittihad al-Dimuqrati al-Filastini Federacion Internacional de Abogadas International Federation of Women Lawyers Islamic Front for Armed Jihad Front Islamique du Djihad Arme, an organiza ...

                                               

Chris Robertson

Chris Robertson may refer to: Chris Robertson squash player, former professional squash player from Australia Chris Robertson footballer, born 1957, Scottish football striker Rangers, Heart of Midlothian Chris Robertson footballer, born 1914 1914 ...

                                               

Hess

Hess or HeS may refer to: Hess, Oklahoma, a community in the United States Hess Corporation, an integrated oil and gasoline company USA Hess Catalogue of compositions of Ludwig van Beethoven H.E.S.S., an experiment in Gamma-ray astronomy Hesss la ...

                                               

Orthomol

Orthomol is a family business based in Langenfeld, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It was founded by Kristian Glagau in 1991 and is now managed by his son Nils together with Michael Schmidt. Orthomol specialises in the production of over-the-cou ...

                                               

Madonna and Child with St John the Baptist and St Catherine of Alexandria (Previtali)

Madonna and Child with St John the Baptist and St Catherine of Alexandria or Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine with St John the Baptist is a c.1504 oil on panel painting by Andrea Previtali, produced during his youthful years in Giovanni Bellini ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 11th Essex district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 11th Essex 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 Essex County. Democrat Peter Capano of Lynn has ...

                                               

Child protection (disambiguation)

Child protection or youth protection may refer to: Aboriginal child protection Child protection Laws Child Protection and Obscenity Enforcement Act, a 1988 United States law concerning record-keeping requirements for sexually explicit materials C ...

                                               

Banderilla

Banderilla is a diminutive meaning small flag in the Spanish language and may refer to: Banderilla, Veracruz, a municipality in the State of Veracruz, Mexico Las Banderillas, rising to 1993 meters above sea level, the highest mountain in the Segu ...

                                               

WLR

WLR may refer to: West Lancashire Railway, a disused railway in Lancashire, England Weekly Law Reports, an official periodical of United Kingdom case law published by the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting West Lincoln Road, a road in Miami Be ...

                                               

Andrews

Andrews County, Texas Andrews, South Australia Andrews, California Andrews, Indiana Andrews University Michigan Andrews, North Carolina Andrews, South Carolina Andrews, Nebraska Andrews Avenue, a major thoroughfare in Metro Manila, Philippines An ...

                                               

R v Brown (Alberta)

R v Brown was a 2020 trial in the Alberta Court of Queens Bench in which the defendant, Matthew Brown, was acquitted on charges of assault with a weapon and break-and-enter because judge Michele Hollins ruled that he could not be held responsible ...

                                               

Doherty

ODoherty family, an Irish clan Doherty surname, a list of notable people with the surname "Doherty" ODoherty, a list of notable people with the surname "ODoherty"

                                               

Salvatore Salamone

Salvatore Salamone is a scientist and researcher within diagnostic medicine and therapeutic drug monitoring. He is g responsible for the development of many of the major reagents used within psychiatric drug level monitoring. Salamone is the foun ...

                                               

Internal affairs

Internal affairs may refer to: Internal affairs law enforcement, a division of a law enforcement agency which investigates cases of police misconduct Ministry of Internal Affairs, a department of government, used by many countries for a national ...

                                               

Ng Sik-ho

Ng Sik-ho, also known as "Crippled Ho" or "Limpy Ho" was a prominent Hong Kong drug lord and triad boss.

                                               

Errington

Errington may refer to: Errington surname, list of people with this name John T. Errington Elementary School, a public elementary school in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada Errington v Wood, a 1951 English contract law case concerning agreement ...

                                               

Patrick Damiaens

After studying furniture making for six years and ornamental woodcarving for four years, Damiaens started his professional career in 1989. He is a follower of the Liege-Aachen Baroque furniture style which dates to the 17th century. His studio is ...

                                               

R v Williamson

R v Williamson is a leading Supreme Court of Canada case in which the Court ruled that Section 3 the Charter of Rights and Freedoms prohibited undue delays in criminal proceedings. The right to be tried within reasonable time was, in Williamsons ...

                                               

Manuel Dorta-Duque

Dr. Manuel Antonio Dorta-Duque was a Cuban politician, lawyer, author, university professor, and member of the Cuban Constitutional Convention of 1940. He was National Chief of the Order of Knights of Columbus and Rector of the Pontifical Academy ...

                                               

United States v. Jones (disambiguation)

United States v. Jones may refer to several Supreme Court cases: United States v. Jones 2012, 565 U.S. 400 2012, ruling that installing a GPS tracking device on a vehicle and using the device to monitor the vehicles movements constitutes a search ...

                                               

United States v. Lee

United States v. Lee may refer to either of the following United States Supreme Court decisions: United States v. Lee, 106 U.S. 196 1882, a decision ruling that prohibition on lawsuits against the federal government did not extend to officers of ...

                                               

Robert L. Eastaugh

Robert Ladd Eastaugh was a Justice of the Alaska Supreme Court from April 18, 1994 to November 2, 2009. He is the grandson of R. E. Robertson and was formerly in private practice associated with the law firm founded by his grandfather. Born in Se ...

                                               

Conley (disambiguation)

Conley-Maass-Downs Building, a commercial building in Rochester, MN, listed on the NRHP in Minnesota Conley Road, a thoroughfare in southeast Atlanta, GA Conley-Greene Rockshelter, a prehistoric site in Lytten, KY listed on the NRHP in Kentucky S ...