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Helmut Wendelborn

Helmut Wendelborn was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Hermann Glusing

Hermann Glusing was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Walter Brookmann

Walter Brookmann was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Toftlund

Toftlund is a town in South Jutland with a population of 3.242. It is a part of Tonder municipality and Region of Southern Denmark. It is located on the southern edge of Toftlund Till Deposit in the center of South Jutland. It lies 35 km northeas ...

                                               

Hamidabad College, Satsia

The Hamidabd College was established on 16 November 1979 at Satsia in the district of Dhubri South Bank of the Brahamaputra for imparting Higher Education for the students of backward region and char areas also. This Institution has also emphasis ...

                                               

Shama Mohamed

Shama Mohamed is an Indian politician and National Media Panelist of the Indian National Congress. A dentist by profession, she is a champion of several social causes and is the trustee of the Zoya Charitable Trust, an NGO which works for the und ...

                                               

Henry W. Van Eck

Judge Van Eck earned his bachelor of science in Political Science from Susquehanna University in 1995 and is a 1998 cum laude graduate of Widener University Commonwealth Law School.

                                               

Durant

John Durant General Hospital, a character on the soap opera General Hospital Durant Pokemon, a species in Pokemon Black and White

                                               

Oak Hill Academy

Oak Hill Academy may refer to: Oak Hill Academy New Jersey, Lincroft, New Jersey, a private non-sectarian preK–8 school Oak Hill Academy Mississippi, West Point, Mississippi, a private non-sectarian preK–12 school Oak Hill Academy Mouth of Wilson ...

                                               

Belvidere

by state Belvidere, Idaho, a place in Valley County, Idaho Belvidere Natchez, Mississippi, listed on the NRHP in Adams County, Mississippi Belvidere, Kansas Belvidere, Nebraska Belvidere Historic District Belvidere, New Jersey, listed on the NRHP ...

                                               

Montgomery County Sheriffs Office

Montgomery County Sheriffs Office could refer to several sheriffs departments in the United States, including: Montgomery County, Arkansas Sheriffs Office Montgomery County, North Carolina Sheriffs Office Montgomery County, Ohio Sheriffs Office M ...

                                               

Clay County Sheriffs Office

Clay County Sheriffs Office could refer to several sheriffs departments in the United States, including: Clay County, Kentucky Sheriffs Office Clay County, Georgia Sheriffs Office Clay County, West Virginia Sheriffs Office Clay County, Nebraska S ...

                                               

Franklin County Sheriffs Office

Franklin County Sheriffs Office could refer to several sheriffs departments in the United States, including: Franklin County, Arkansas Sheriffs Office Franklin County, Maine Sheriffs Office Franklin County, Florida Sheriffs Office Franklin County ...

                                               

Washington County Sheriffs Office

Washington County Sheriffs Office could refer to several sheriffs departments in the United States including: Washington County, Vermont Sheriffs Office Washington County Sheriffs Office Maryland Washington County, Virginia Sheriffs Office Washin ...

                                               

Clark County Sheriffs Department

Clark County Sheriffs Department can refer to the following law enforcement units: Clark County Sheriffs Department Kentucky - Clark County, Kentucky Clark County Sheriffs Department Illinois - Clark County, Illinois Clark County Sheriffs Departm ...

                                               

William Lowe

William Lowe may refer to: William M. Lowe 1842–1882, American politician in Alabama William C. Lowe 1941–2013, IBM Executive and "Father of the IBM PC" William Lowe British Army officer 1861–1944 William Lowe athlete 1901–?, Irish sprinter Willi ...

                                               

Union County Sheriffs Office

Union County Sheriffs Office could refer to several sheriffs departments in the United States, including: Union County, New Mexico Sheriffs Office Union County, Florida Sheriffs Office Union County, Oregon Sheriffs Office Union County, South Caro ...

                                               

Lincoln County Sheriffs Office

Lincoln County Sheriffs Office could refer to several sheriffs departments in the United States, including: Lincoln County, Idaho Sheriffs Office Lincoln County, Minnesota Sheriffs Office Lincoln County, Arkansas Sheriffs Office Lincoln County, O ...

                                               

Washington County Jail

Washington County Jail or variations may refer to: in the United States by state Washington County Jail Oregon, formerly listed on the NRHP in Oregon, was located in Hillsboro, has been moved, is now in a museum Washington County Jail and Sheriff ...

                                               

Marion County Courthouse

Marion County Courthouse or Old Marion County Courthouse may refer to: Marion County Courthouse Arkansas, Yellville, Arkansas Marion County Courthouse Missouri, Hannibal, Missouri Marion County Courthouse Georgia, Buena Vista, Georgia Marion Coun ...

                                               

Brewer House

Brewer House may refer to: Miller-Brewer House, Rochester, Washington, NRHP-listed Adrian Brewer Studio, Little Rock, Arkansas, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP in Pulaski County Moses Brewer House, Sudbury, Massachusetts, ...

                                               

Logan County

Logan County is the name of ten current counties and one former county in the United States: Logan County, Arkansas Logan County, Oklahoma Logan County, Colorado Logan County, Kansas Logan County, Illinois Logan County, Idaho 1889–1895 Logan Coun ...

                                               

Edward Knight

Edward Knight is the name of: Edward Knight cricketer 1794–1879, English amateur cricketer Edward H. Knight 1824–1883, American mechanical expert Edward Frederick Knight 1852–1925, writer and yachtsman Edward Austen Knight 1768–1852, brother of J ...

                                               

George Floyd protests in Florida

There have been a series of George Floyd protests in Florida. On May 31, 2020, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis activated the Florida National Guard, and deployed 700 soldiers to assist law enforcement agencies across the state. Additionally, DeSant ...

                                               

Cass County Courthouse

Cass County Courthouse or Cass County Court House may refer to: Cass County Courthouse Missouri, Harrisonville, Missouri Cass County Courthouse Illinois, Virginia, Illinois, one of Illinois county courthouses Cass County Court House, Jail, and Sh ...

                                               

Ramsey House

Ramsey House may refer to: in the United States by state then city Crouch–Ramsey Family Farm, Summitville, Tennessee, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Coffee County, Tennessee F. T. and Belle Ramsey House, Austin, Texas, list ...

                                               

Knox County

There are nine counties named Knox County in the United States, all named after Brigadier General Henry Knox who would later serve as the first Secretary of War: Knox County, Texas Knox County, Indiana Knox County, Missouri Knox County, Kentucky ...

                                               

Suffolk Police

Suffolk Police could refer to several police departments in the United States including: Suffolk County, Massachusetts Sheriffs Department SCSD Suffolk County, New York Park Police SCPP; merged into SCPD Oct 2014 Suffolk County, New York Police D ...

                                               

Mike Reese (sheriff)

Reese was born in Portland, Oregon and attended Roosevelt High School in North Portland. He went to Mt. Hood Community College and Portland State University where he received his BS in Psychology and his Masters of Public Administration.

                                               

Teressa Raiford

Teressa Raiford is an American activist, community organizer, and political candidate who is best known for running for Mayor of Portland, Oregon in 2020 and for being the founder of Dont Shoot Portland.

                                               

1992 Big South Conference Baseball Tournament

The 1992 Big South Conference Baseball Tournament was the postseason baseball tournament for the Big South Conference, held from May 8–14, 1992, with the first round hosted by the higher seed and subsequent rounds at Charles Watson Stadium home f ...

                                               

Phil Ryan

Phil Ryan may refer to: Phil Ryan footballer, born 1951, Australian rules footballer for North Melbourne Phil Ryan footballer, born 1915 d. 2014, Australian rules football player and administrator for Hawthorn Phil Ryan musician 1946-2016, Welsh ...

                                               

John Burgoyne (disambiguation)

John Burgoyne was a British army officer in the Saratoga campaign, politician and dramatist. John Burgoyne may also refer to: Sir John Burgoyne, 7th Baronet 1739–1785, general; cousin of Lieutenant-general John Burgoyne. Sir John Montagu Burgoyne ...

                                               

Rumley

Rumley may refer to: People: Dennis Rumley, currently Adjunct Professor, Edith Cowan University and Honorary Senior Research Fellow, University of Western Australia 1967 Johnny Rumley, former NASCAR driver 1944 Places: Rumley Township, Harrison C ...

                                               

Garden Reach Flyover

The Garden Reach Flyover is a flyover connecting the Garden Reach area and Majerhat in the port area of South Kolkata. The 4.4 kilometres long and four-lane flyover was inaugurated by Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee on March 9, 2018 ...

                                               

Anoyara Khatun

Anoyara Khatun is an Indian childrens rights advocate. In 2017, at the age of 21 years, she was conferred Indias highest civilian award for women, the Narishakti Puruskar, for her contributions to fighting child trafficking and child marriage in ...

                                               

SciPost

SciPost is a non-profit foundation dedicated to developing, implementing and maintaining innovative forms of electronic scientific communication and publishing. It is notable for operating the scipost.org, open-access scientific publishing portal.

                                               

Sonia Kleindorfer

Sonia Kleindorfer is a bird ecology expert with a focus on organismal complexity and the impact animals have on evolutionary dynamics in birds and parasites. In 2016 she received the D. L. Serventy Medal from BirdLife Australia. She heads Grunau’ ...

                                               

SME100 Africa

SME100 Africa is a Social Enterprise company located in Ikoyi, a district of Lagos. Founded in 2015 by Charles Odii, it provides a platform empowering young entrepreneurs and small and medium scale enterprise to successfully scale and thrive in A ...

                                               

Sanju Panda

Ms. Justice Sanju Panda is an Indian judge. Presently, she is a Judge of Orissa High Court. She has also served as Acting Chief Justice of Orissa High Court.

                                               

Mike Dean (politician)

Mike Dean is an American politician from Alabama. Dean attended B. C. Rain High School and played for the American football team as a linebacker. He played college football for William Carey College, but left college without graduating in 1979 to ...

                                               

Australian Legislative Council

Australian Legislative Council may refer to: Victorian Legislative Council, the upper house of parliament in the Australian state of Victoria South Australian Legislative Council, the upper house of the Parliament of South Australia New South Wal ...

                                               

Richard Moore (Australian politician)

Sir Richard Greenslade Moore was an Australian politician who served as Mayor of the Municipality of Kalgoorlie between 1937 and 1966. He was a member of the Western Australian Legislative Council between 1932 and 1936.

                                               

Senator Andrews

Charles O. Andrews 1877–1946, U.S. Senator from Florida from 1936 until 1946 Mark Andrews politician born 1926, U.S. Senator from North Dakota from 1981 to 1987

                                               

1920 Florida gubernatorial election

The 1920 Florida gubernatorial election was held on November 2, 1920. Democratic nominee Cary A. Hardee defeated Republican nominee George E. Gay with 77.94% of the vote.

                                               

Senator Browne

Edward Browne Irish politician fl. 1960s Noel Browne 1915–1997 Fad Browne 1906–1991 Kathleen Browne 1876–1943 John Browne Fine Gael politician 1936–2019

                                               

1924 Florida gubernatorial election

The 1924 Florida gubernatorial election was held on November 4, 1924. Democratic nominee John W. Martin defeated Republican nominee William R. ONeal with 82.79% of the vote.

                                               

1928 Florida gubernatorial election

The 1928 Florida gubernatorial election was held on November 6, 1928. Democratic nominee Doyle E. Carlton defeated Republican nominee W.J. Howey with 60.97% of the vote.

                                               

Robodebt scheme

The Robodebt scheme, often called simply Robodebt or Robo-debt, is the colloquial name for the Online Compliance Intervention, a method of automated debt recovery formerly employed by Services Australia as part of its Centrelink compliance progra ...

                                               

Shivajinagar

Shivajinagar may refer to various places in India: Shivajinagar,Belagavi, Karnataka Shivajinagar Vidhan Sabha constituency, an Assembly Constituency of Shivajinagar, Pune, Maharashtra Shivajinagar, Chandrapur, Maharashtra Shivajinagar, Ratnagiri, ...