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Udo Klement

Klement, non-denominational, was born in 1936 in Dresden as the son of a gear cutter and an agricultural worker and saleswoman. He attended the Dresdner Kreuzschule and the Oberschule Dresden West Abitur 1954). From 1954 to 1958 he studied music ...

                                               

UCU

University College Utrecht, international Honors College of Utrecht University, Netherlands University Credit Union, a credit union in Massachusetts University Christian Union, Christian houses at the University of Washington. Urdaneta City Unive ...

                                               

Aino-Eevi Lukas

Aino-Eevi Lukas was an Estonian equestrian, lawyer and politician. She competed for the national team in her youth in horse jumping and was the national champion in the obstacle course in 1947 and 1949. Earning a degree in law in 1968, she was re ...

                                               

Oscar Ivanissevich

Oscar Ivanissevich was an Argentinian politician, physician and footballer. He belonged to Peronist Party and is considered the co-author of the Peronist March. He served as Minister of Education in two terms designated by president Juan Domingo ...

                                               

Manuel de Freyre y Santander

Manuel de Freyre y Santander was a Peruvian diplomat. He was Ambassador of Peru to the United States from 1930 to 1944 and Minister Plenipotentiary to the United Kingdom, Argentina, Colombia, China and Japan.

                                               

Bangabandhu Science and Technology Fellowship Trust

Bangabandhu Science and Technology Fellowship Trust is a Bangladesh government supported and funded scholarship program for science and technology education and research.

                                               

Mustafa Pasha

Mustafa Fahmi Pasha 1840–1914, former Prime Minister of Egypt Mustafa Pasha fl. 1748, Ottoman governor of Rhodes, see Manuel Pinto da Fonseca Mustafa Kamil Pasha 1874–1908, Egyptian nationalist, lawyer, and journalist Mustafa Pasha died 1614, Isl ...

                                               

Leonid Lubennikov

Leonid Ignatievich Lubennikov was a Soviet politician who served as the last First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Karelo-Finnish Soviet Socialist Republic from late 1955 to 1956. He is also the father Russian painter Ivan Lubennikov.

                                               

Jabaah John Bennam

Jabaah John Bennam is a Ghanaian politician who served as the member of parliament for the Zabzugu-Tatale Constituency from 7 January 2009 to 6 January 2017.

                                               

Cecilia Muller

Cecilia Gyorgyi Muller is a Hungarian physician and Surgeon General of Hungary. She is the head of NNK and has also served as a member of the governments Coronavirus Taskforce.

                                               

Iraj Harirchi

Iraj Harirchi Tabrizi is an Iranian politician and physician. He is current deputy minister of Health and Medical Education.

                                               

Abdul Karim al-Azri

Abdul Karim Abdul Hussein al-Azri is an Iraqi politician born in Kadhimiya in 1908, and died in London at the age of 100. He studied economics and political science at the University of London. He held various positions in the monarchy in Iraq. H ...

                                               

Ali Mumtaz al-Daftary

Ali Mumtaz al-Daftary, an Iraqi nationalist-oriented politician, held several posts in the monarchy, including parliamentary and ministerial positions. He belongs to the al-Daftary family, a well-known family, including Mahmoud Sobhi al-Daftary, ...

                                               

Ali Mahmud al-Shaykh

He entered politics in 1922, when he entered the elections of the House of Representatives and won the Diwaniya Brigade. He served as Minister of Justice in the Ministry of Hikmat Suleiman as a replacement for Salih Jabr, who resigned in 1937. He ...

                                               

Dimbo v Minister for Justice

The case of Dimbo v Minister for Justice 5 JIC 0101 was a Supreme Court that held that when deciding to make a deportation order in relation to the parents of an Irish born citizen under s.3 of the Immigration Act 1999, the state must consider fa ...

                                               

National Economic Council

National Economic Council may refer to: National Economic Council Prussia, originally set up by Bismarck and later theorised by Wichard von Moellendorff National Economic Council Israel, a body within the office of the Prime Minister of Israel, c ...

                                               

Rust (surname)

Richard S. Rust 1815–1906, American abolitionist and educator Albert Rust 1818–1870, American politician Alfred Rust 1900–1983, German archaeologist and prehistorian Elizabeth Lownes Rust 1835–1899, American philanthropist, humanitarian, Christia ...

                                               

Pyon Yong-rip

Pyon Yong-rip was a politician of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea. He served as secretary of the standing committee of the Supreme Peoples Assembly and was a member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Workers Party of ...

                                               

Manuel Muñiz

Manuel Muñiz Villa is a Spanish lawyer, academic administrator, and international affairs scholar. From 2017 to 2020 he served as Dean of the IE School of Global and Public Affairs in Madrid, Spain. He serves as Secretary of State for Global Spai ...

                                               

Ahmad Amzad Hashim

Ahmad Amzad bin Hashim is a Malaysian politician. He serves in the Cabinet of Malaysia as the Deputy Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation since 10 March 2020.

                                               

Sidney S. Collie

Sidney S. Collie is the Ambassador to the United States from the Bahamas. Appointed October 1, 2017, he presented his credentials to President Donald Trump on November 29, 2017. Besides being Ambassador to the United States of America, he is also ...

                                               

Gregorio Hernandez

Gregorio Hernandez may refer to: Gregorio Cardenas Hernandez "Goyo" 1915–1999, Mexican serial killer Gregorio Hernandez de Alba 1904–1973, Colombian archeologist es Gregorio Hernandez Jr., Secretary of Education Philippines 1954–1957 Jose Gregori ...

                                               

Andrew Thomson

Andrew Thomson may refer to: Andrew Thomson kickboxer born 1974, South African kickboxer Andrew Thomson Arthurlie footballer fl. 1886, Scottish footballer Arthurlie FC and Scotland Andrew Thomson Third Lanark footballer fl. 1889, Scottish footbal ...

                                               

Usman Sarki

Usman Sarki dan Malam Saidu MP, CFR was the 10th Etsu Nupe from 1962 to 1969 Succeeded 9th Etsu Nupe Muhammadu Ndayako. He was succeeded by his cousin 11th Etsu Nupe Musa Bello.

                                               

Richard Garin Jr.

Oscar "Richard" Garin, Jr. is a Filipino Civil Engineer and politician. He is the son of Oscar Garin, Sr and Ninfa Serag Garin. He is the older brother of the incumbent Iloilo Vice Governor Christine S. Garin. Garin is a two-term Member of the Ho ...

                                               

Lukasz Szumowski

Lukasz Jan Szumowski is a Polish cardiologist, since 9 January 2018, Minister of Health. Member of the IX Sejm, representing the Plock constituency, elected from the lists of Law and Justice.

                                               

Antonio Maria Braga

Antonio Maria Braga is a Portuguese architect, who specializes in traditional Portuguese architecture. Together with the architect Alberto Castro Nunes, he was the 8th winner of the Rafael Manzano Prize for New Traditional Architecture, awarded i ...

                                               

Kamchatka State University

Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education Kamchatka State University named after Vitus Bering" is a higher educational institution in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky.

                                               

Mikhail Murashko

Mikhail Albertovich Murashko is a doctor and a politician, serving as the Minister of Health of the Russian Federation since 21 January 2020.

                                               

Namirembe (disambiguation)

Namirembe may refer to any of the following: Namirembe Hill Side High School - A high school in Kampala, Ugandas capital city. Namirembe Hospital - The alternative name for Mengo Hospital Namirembe Hill - One of the original seven hills that form ...

                                               

Maksym Kutsyi

Maksym Vasylyovych Kutsyi is a Ukrainian entrepreneur and politician. He is the current Governor of Odessa Oblast.

                                               

Kimberly A. Bassett

Kimberly A. Bassett is an American civil servant, currently serving as Secretary of the District of Columbia. Bassett was appointed by Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser in December 2018 to serve as Secretary, succeeding Lauren Vaughan.

                                               

Simon Pierre Robineau

Born in Versailles, France, S.P. Robineau’s parents brought him to live in America as a boy. Robineaus father, Jean S Robineau was a surgeon and had visited military hospitals during the American Civil War. He became a U.S. citizen when he turned ...

                                               

Frantisek Blaha (soldier)

Frantisek Blaha was a Czechoslovak soldier, general and one of the top commanders of the Defense of the Nation.

                                               

UMB

UMB may refer to: Universities Manuela Beltran University, a university in Bogota, Colombia Marc Bloch University, also known as Universite Marc Bloch UMB, a university in France University of Maryland, Baltimore, a university in Baltimore, Maryl ...

                                               

Old Road (disambiguation)

Old Road may be: Old Road, Oxford, a road in Oxford and Oxfordshire, England Old Road, a town on Antigua island, Antigua and Barbuda Old Road Subdivision, railroad line in Kentucky, United States Old Road F.C., Antiguan football team in the Antig ...

                                               

University of the West Indies (disambiguation)

The University of the West Indies or UWI is a regional university system scattered across the Caribbean region. It may also refer to the flagship unit in Mona, Jamaica. The University of the West Indies may also refer to the following: University ...

                                               

Clare Hall

Clare Hall, Cambridge, a constituent college of the University of Cambridge Clare Hall Manor, a former research laboratory of the Cancer Research UK London Research Institute in South Mimms, Hertfordshire Clare College, Cambridge, a constituent c ...

                                               

WEA

Wea may refer to: We`a, a town in Djibouti Wea, a Native American tribe Wea, Kansas WEA may refer to: White Eagle Aviation, a Polish airline Parker County Airport near Weatherford, Texas, United States; IATA airport code and FAA location identifi ...

                                               

Wirral

Wirral may refer to: Wirral Urban District, a former local government area of The Wirral between 1933 and 1974 Wirral-Enniskillen, a community in the Canadian province of New Brunswick Wirral Metropolitan College, a college of Further Education o ...

                                               

Wild strawberries

Fragaria vesca, the common wild strawberry in Europe, also occurring in North America Fragaria virginiana, the common wild strawberry in North America Wild strawberries, a common name for uncultivated species in the strawberry genus Fragaria, esp ...

                                               

Nicholas Grenier

Nicholas Grenier is a Canadian artist and painter. His paintings, sound recordings, and installations focus heavily on how certain principles in society converge and interact. His goal is to reveal how the individual interacts with the collective ...

                                               

Lycee Charles de Gaulle

Lycee Charles de Gaulle may refer to: In France: Lycee international Charles-de-Gaulle, Dijon Lycee Charles de Gaulle Rosny-sous-Bois Paris area Lycee Charles de Gaulle Poissy Paris area Lycee Charles de Gaulle Paris Schools outside France: Lycee ...

                                               

St. Chads

St. Chads may refer to several things, many of which were named for St Chad of Mercia: Places St. Chads, Newfoundland and Labrador Religious institutions St. Chads Church disambiguation Lichfield Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral Church of t ...

                                               

St. Chads Church

St Chads Church may refer to: St Chads Church, Tushingham, Cheshire St Chads Church, Holt, Wales St Chads Church, Chadwell Heath, London St Chads Church, Claughton, Lancashire St Chads Church, Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire St Chads Church, Staffor ...

                                               

List of home stadiums of China national football team

China plays in various stadiums in the country, and doesnt have a permanent home stadium. Workers Stadium, opened in 1959, located in the Chaoyang District in north-eastern Beijing, is the most renowned one. Its capacity is 66.161, and it covers ...

                                               

Lycee Descartes

Lycee Descartes or Lycee français Rene-Descartes may refer to: Schools in France: Lycee Descartes Champs-sur-Marne in Champs-sur-Marne, Seine-et-Marne, Paris metropolitan area Lycee Descartes Antony in Antony, Hauts-de-Seine Lycee Descartes Tours ...

                                               

Albertville (disambiguation)

Albertville may refer to: Albertville, France Kalemie in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, formerly known as Albertville Winnenden school shooting, which took place in a Realschule called Albertville

                                               

St. Georges College

St. Georges College, Agra, India St Georges College, Harare, Zimbabwe University of Toronto St George, Toronto, Canada Royal St. Georges College, Toronto, Canada St. Georges College, Cairo, Egypt St. Georges College, Barataria, Trinidad and Tobag ...

                                               

St. Catherine

Saint Catherine Parish, a parish in Middlesex, Jamaica Saint Catherine, Egypt, a city in the South Sinai Governorate, Egypt