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Arab federation

Arab federation can mean: Arab League, a regional organization of Arab States in the Middle East and North Africa. Federation of Arab Republics, a federation between Libya, Egypt and Syria 1972-1977 Arab Islamic Republic, a proposed union of Liby ...

Pirkko Tanskanen

Pirkko Tanskanen is a former Finnish long track speed skater, who was active in the 1950s and 1960s. Tanskanen represented her nation four times at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women. In 1957 finishing 14th overall, in 1958 ...

Chemistry Federation

The Chemistry Federation is a trade union representing workers in chemical and related industries in France. The union was established on 24 January 1948, as the National Federation of the Chemical and Glass Industries. Its members had formerly b ...

Susanne Mittag

Susanne Mittag is a German politician. Born in Cleveland, she represents the SPD. Susanne Mittag has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of Lower Saxony since 2013.

Heribert Hirte

Heribert Hirte is a German politician. Born in Koln, North Rhine-Westphalia, he represents the CDU. Heribert Hirte has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of North Rhine-Westphalia since 2013.

Charles Obeng-Inkoom

He was born on 30th April, 1958 in Agona-Abodom in Central region. He had his LLB at University of Ghana in 1985 and his BL at Ghana School of Law in 1988.

Abuga Pele

Abuga Pele is a Ghanaian politician and member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing the Chiana/Paga Constituency in the Upper East Region on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress.

Ibrahim Dey Abubakari

Ibrahim Dey Abubakari is a Ghanaian politician and member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing the Salaga South Constituency in the Northern Region on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress.

Luis de la Sierra

Luis de la Sierra Fernandez ​ was a Spanish writer, historian and sailor mostly known for his naval military history books.

Yawar

Yawar may refer to: Aristolochia didyma or Yawar Panga, a plant found in South America Yawar, Papua New Guinea, coastal village in Papua New Guinea Yawar Rural LLG, subdistrict in Papua New Guinea Yawar Qasa Yawar, a given name usually used by Mu ...

Sword Stained with Royal Blood (disambiguation)

Sword Stained with Royal Blood may refer to: Sword Stained with Royal Blood, known as Bi Xue Jian or Bixue Jian in Chinese, is a novel by Jin Yong. The Sword Stained with Royal Blood film, a 1993 Hong Kong film Sword Stained with Royal Blood 1981 ...

Jab (disambiguation)

A jab is a type of punch used in the martial arts Jab or JAB may also refer to: Jab Murray 1892–1958, American football player JAB, an Australian punk rock band Hyam language, ISO 639-3 code JAB Holding Company Jabiru Airport, an Australian airpo ...

Songs of Ireland

Songs of Ireland are Irish songs Songs of Ireland may also refer to: Songs of Ireland Brobdingnagian Bards album 2002 Songs of Ireland, album by The Ed Sullivan Orchestra and Chorus 1968 Songs of Ireland, another album by Mary OHara Decca-Emerald ...

Slippery

Paul, Estelle, Rory, Daniel and Edwin Slippery, a fictional family in the 2003 British television series Fortysomething, starring Hugh Laurie "Slippery" song, 2017 song by Migos from their album Culture

Michael McDonald

Michael McDonald runner born 1975, Jamaican runner Michael Phillip McDonald, Australian judge Mike McDonald American football born 1958, American football player Michael McDonald poker player born 1989, Canadian poker player Michael McDonald MMA ...

Park Ju-won (politician)

Park Ju-won is a South Korean politician who served as the 11th Mayor of Ansan. He also served as the Secretary-General of the short-lived Onward for Future 4.0.

Marwan Abou Fadel

Marwan Bey Abou Fadel is a Lebanese Greek Orthodox political figure. He is the son of the former Deputy Speaker of the Parliament, Mounir Bey Abou Fadel, and the Co-Founder of the Lebanese Democratic Party. He is a former MP of Mount Lebanon.

Mohammed Fahmi

Mohammed Fahmi is the Lebanese minister of interior and municipalities and a retired general of the Lebanese army. He succeeded Raya El Hassan.

United Arab Republic (disambiguation)

United Arab Republic usually refers to the Arab Republic of Egypt, which alone continued to use the name UAR from 1961 to 1972, see Egypt the United Arab Republic, a Union formed by Egypt and Syria from 1958 to 1961 However, between 1961 and 1972 ...

Tropical Storm Daisy

The name Daisy has been used for two tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean, two in the southwest Indian Ocean, and one in the Australian region. Atlantic Hurricane Daisy 1962, damage over $1.1 million 1962 USD in New England and the Canadian Ma ...

Kalapani

Kalapani territory, a disputed territory between India and Nepal under Indian administration Kala Pani, Pakistan, a village in Abbottabad, Pakistan Kala Pani, also known as Cellular Jail, a colonial-era prison in India Kalapani, Bhopal, a village ...

Shorts (disambiguation)

Shorts are a garment worn over the pelvic area and upper part of the legs. Shorts may also refer to: Short film, motion pictures not long enough to be considered a feature film Shorts Missile Systems or Thales Air Defence, a defence contractor Th ...

Governor Jones

Governor Jones may refer to: Daniel Webster Jones governor 1839–1918, 19th Governor of Arkansas Brereton Jones born 1939, 58th Governor of Kentucky John Edward Jones governor 1840–1896, 8th Governor of Nevada James C. Jones 1809–1859, 10th Govern ...

Moulana Athar Ali

Ali was born in 1891 in Ghangadia Nawangon, Beanibazar Upazila, Sylhet District, Bengal Presidency, British India. He completed his education at Zhingabari Alia Madrasah, Kashemia Rampal Alia Madrasah, and Jamia Mazahir Uloom Saharanpur. He studi ...

East Bay (disambiguation)

East Bay Texas, part of Galveston Bay East Bay River, Florida East Bay Santa Rosa County, Florida, connected to Pensacola Bay East Bay Rhode Island East Bay County, Florida, off St. Andrews Bay in the Panama City area East Bay Township, Michigan ...

Mabuhay (disambiguation)

Mabuhay is a Tagalog greeting, usually expressed as Mabuhay!, in the imperative form of life, thus, Live!, from the root word buhay. Mabuhay may also refer to: The Mabuhay Channel, a former Filipino language channel that broadcast to Filipinos ab ...

Dumbrava

Dumbrava may refer to several places in Romania: Dumbrava, a village in Rachitoasa Commune, Bacau County Dumbrava, a village in Zlatna Town, Alba County Dumbrava, Prahova, a commune in Prahova County Dumbrava, a village in Gura Vaii Commune, Baca ...

Saliha (singer)

Salouha Ben Ibrahim Ben Abdelhafidh, later known as Saliha or Sallouha, was born in 1914 in Nebeur. She appeared on stage for the first time in 1938. On the occasion of the inauguration of Radio Tunis, she sang at the Theatre municipal de Tunis d ...

MKEK-6

The MKEK-6 was a two-seat training glider designed and built in Turkey by Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation, during the early 1950s.

Shakhtar

Shakhtar, Shakhtyor or Shakhter means "miner" in some Slavic languages and may refer to: PFC Shakhtar Sverdlovsk, a Ukrainian football club HC Shakhtyor Soligorsk, a Belarusian hockey club VC Shakhtar Donetsk, a defunct Ukrainian volleyball club ...

Fuller

Fuller or Fullers may refer to: Fuller surname Fuller metalworking, a tool used to form metal when hot USS Fuller, the name of two ships of the U.S. Navy Fuller, Kansas, an unincorporated community in Crawford County, United States Fuller, Califo ...

My Father, My Son

My Father, My Son may refer to: Books My Father, My Son, a 1986 book by John Pekkanen, in collaboration with Admiral Elmo Zumwalt, Jr. and Lt. Elmo Zumwalt III, about Elmo Zumwalt IIIs battle with cancer, believed to have been caused by Agent Ora ...

Horst Seeger

Horst Seeger, pseudonyme Horst Schell, was a German musicologist, music critic, dramaturg, librettist and opera director.

Nowhere to Go

Nowhere to Go 1998 film, a 1998 American film starring John Shea Nowhere to Go 1958 film, a 1958 British film directed by Basil Dearden and Seth Holt

Newport 1958 (disambiguation)

Newport 1958 or Live at Newport 1958, etc. can refer to one of several albums recorded at the 1958 Newport Jazz Festival. Live at Newport 1958 & 1963, a Sony Records album released in 1994 of live recordings made of Miles Davis and Thelonious Mon ...

Any Way the Wind Blows

Any Way the Wind Blows may refer to: Any Way the Wind Blows film, a 2003 film by dEUS singer-songwriter-director Tom Barman Any Way the Wind Blows, a 2002 novel by E. Lynn Harris Any Way the Wind Blows, an upcoming novel by Rainbow Rowell

Sorry disambiguation)

Sorry, Sorry is a 2009 Korean-language album by boy band Super Junior. Sorry, Sorry may also refer to: "Sorry Sorry", by the band Rooney from Rooney album and used on Music on The O.C. "Sorry Sorry", by Tippu, Nanditha from Excuse Me 2003 film "S ...

Tonka (disambiguation)

Tonka is an American toy company. Tonka may also refer to: Tonka film, a 1958 Disney Western Tonka bean oil, extract from Tonka bean Tonka truck, a monster truck Tonka bean Dipteryx odorata, a type of spice Tonka fuel, a rocket fuel Tonka of the ...

SMD College, Punpun

SMD College, Punpun is a degree college in Bihar, India. It is a constituent unit of Patliputra University. The college offers Senior secondary education and Undergraduate degree in arts, science and conducts some vocational courses.

Anthony Byrne

Anthony or Tony Byrne is the name of: Tony Byrne footballer, born 1946 1946–2016, Irish footballer of Southampton, Hereford and Newport County Tony Byrne, US software analyst founder of Real Story Group Tony Byrne, Irish poker player who won the ...

Straw man (disambiguation)

Straw man is a rhetorical technique based on misrepresentation of an opponents position. Straw man may also refer to: Straw man law, in law, a third party that acts as a "front" in a transaction "Straw Man", a 2019 song by Silversun Pickups from ...

DOL

DOL may refer to: Duke of Lancasters Regiment, one of the new large infantry regiments of the British Army Department of Labor 1.3-dioxolane, a chemical component with chemical formula CH 2 O 2 CH 2 Division of labour Deauville – Saint-Gatien Air ...

Headlight (disambiguation)

Carbide lamp, a type of lamp that produces and burns acetylene, created by the reaction of calcium carbide with water, previously used for vehicle headlamps Headlamp outdoor, a mobile lighting device fastened to a persons head for outdoor activities

WFDS

WFDS may refer to: WIYY, a Baltimore, Maryland radio station that used the call sign WFDS from 1958 to 1960 Wells Fargo Dealer Services WFDS, an automotive financing division of Wells Fargo WFDS FM, a radio station 88.1 FM licensed to serve Penns ...

Philip Shirley

Philip Shirley was a businessman, who held senior positions with the British Transport Commission, British Rail Board and Cunard in the United Kingdom and the Public Transport Commission in Australia.

Local color

Local color/colour may refer to: Local Color University of Northern Iowa Jazz Band One album, 2015 Local Color book, a 1950 note and sketch study by Truman Capote Local Colour: Travels in the Other Australia, a 1994 book by Bill Bachman and Tim W ...

Lilly

Lilly, Eure, a commune in the Eure departement in France Lilly, Missouri, United States Lilly, Georgia, United States Lilly, Pennsylvania, United States

Consistency (disambiguation)

Consistency knowledge bases Consistent heuristic Consistent hashing Consistency user interfaces Consistency model Consistency database systems Data consistency

S7

Sub7, a computer backdoor Acer Aspire S7, a laptop Samsung Galaxy S7, a smartphone Simatic S7 PLC, an automation system based on Programmable Logic Controller from Siemens, successor to Simatic S5 PLC

Mark Baker

Mark Baker may refer to: Mark Baker drummer, drummer for Ministry Mark Baker basketball born 1969, Dayton Jets head basketball coach and former Ohio State University player Mark M. Baker born 1947, New York criminal attorney Mark Baker Mississipp ...