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Michael Simon (diplomat)

Dr. Michael Simon was an Israeli diplomat who served as Ambassador to Peru and Minister to Bolivia ;, Austria (at the same time, he was Ambassador to the United Nations & the OSCE in Vienna and was Consul General to Montreal from 1957 until 1960.,

MFL

Malaysian Football League Manchester Football League, an English football league Minor Football League 2018, United States Mallee Football League, South Australia Midland Football League 1889, an English football league founded in 1889 Midwest Fo ...

Glidden & Williams

Glidden & Williams was a Boston-based clipper ship packet line which ran ships primarily between Boston and California in the 1850s and 1860s. It was a partnership between William T. Glidden and John M. S. Williams, formed in 1849. Over the years ...

Our Lady of Mount Carmel (disambiguation)

Our Lady of Mount Carmel is a title for Mary, mother of Jesus. It may also refer to: Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church disambiguation, in various locations Our Lady of Mount Carmel Cemetery Wyandotte, Michigan Order of the Brothers of Our ...

Nikolsky

Nikolskoe Cemetery, burial ground in Saint Petersburg Nikolski, Alaska, a census-designated place in Alaska Nikolsky District, several districts in Russia Nikolskoye Urban Settlement, several municipal urban settlements in Russia Nikolsky inhabit ...

Profitis Ilias

Profitis Ilias may refer to: Elijah or Elias, a prophet in the Hebrew Bible, considered a saint by Christians Profitis Ilias, a subdivision of the city Kalamata Skete of Prophet Elijah, a cenobitic skete of Pantokratoros monastery in Mount Athos ...

Thomas Mooney (disambiguation)

Thomas Mooney was an American labor leader in San Francisco. Thomas, Tom or Tommy Mooney may also refer to: Tom Mooney educator 1954–2006, American labor leader and teacher from Ohio Tom Mooney rugby league born 1952, Australian rugby league foot ...

Tolmie

Donald Ross Tolmie, Liberal MP in Welland, Pelham, Ontario, Canada during the Trudeau years Simon Fraser Tolmie, son of William Fraser Tolmie and 21st Premier of British Columbia J.C. Tolmie, Reverend Major James Craig Tolmie, a Canadian politici ...

Ram Lakhan Mahato

Ram Lakhan Mahato was an Indian politician from Bihar belonging to Janata Dal. He was a member of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly. He was a minister of the Government of Bihar too.

National Democratic Alliance (Kerala)

The following are the constituents of Kerala unit of National Democratic Alliance: Bharath Dharma Jana Sena BDJS Janata Dal United Kerala Peoples Party KPP Kerala Congress Nationalist KCN Kerala Janapaksham Secular KJS Bharatiya Janata Party BJP ...

Shatrughan Sahu

Shatrughan Sahu is an Indian politician and social activist. He has been the President of the Bihar State of Aam Aadmi Party from 21 September 2018 to 4 March 2020. He was succeeded by Sushil Kumar Singh in March, 2020. Sahu is the first Presiden ...

Virendra Narayan Yadav

Virendra Narayan Yadav is a leader of the Janata Dal and a member of the Bihar Legislative Council from Saran. His term is 2017 to 2023 Background Prof. Virendra Narayan Yadav was born in 1955 at Mairwa Dist-Siwan, a small town near Bihar –UP bor ...

Tungsten (disambiguation)

Tungsten is a chemical element with symbol W and atomic number 74. Tungsten may also refer to: Nexus Q, a digital media player first demoed as Project Tungsten Tungsten music, a type of phonograph pickup stylus Palm Tungsten, Palm Inc.s product l ...

Radium (disambiguation)

Radium, Kansas, United States Radium, Minnesota, United States Port Radium, Northwest Territories, Canada Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia, Canada Radium, Virginia, United States Radium, Colorado, United States

Josep Nin i Tudo

Josep Nin i Tudo was a Catalan painter. Although he worked in a variety of genres, he is best remembered for his decorative work and his series of "mortuary paintings", depicting famous men lying in state or on their death beds.

Catalunya (disambiguation)

Plaça de Catalunya, Barcelona, a square in Barcelona Autonomous Community of Catalonia, a political unit inside Spain Plaça de Catalunya station Catalunya Barcelona Metro, a train station Catalunya DO, a wine region of Spain

Mes Esquerra

More Left was an electoral alliance formed by More for Mallorca, More for Menorca and Republican Left of Catalonia to contest the November 2019 Spanish general election in the Balearic Islands, as a successor of the Progressive Voices coalition t ...

St. Matthews

St. Matthews Primary School, Ballyward, County Down St Matthews Catholic Primary School, Logan City, Queensland, Australia St. Matthews Primary School, Fawkner, Victoria St. Matthews Primary School, Bishopbriggs, Glasgow St Matthews Primary Schoo ...

Loch Lomond (disambiguation)

Australia Loch Lomond, Queensland, a locality in the Southern Downs Region Canada Loch Lomond, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia Loch Lomond, a region in Saint John, New Brunswick Loch Lomond Algoma District, a lake, Ontario Loch Lomond, Newfoundla ...

Amour fou

"Fou Amour" by Ornette Coleman Composed by Ornette Coleman "L Amour Fou" by Françoise Hardy "Amour Fou" by Bernard Mayo "Amour Fou" by African Fiesta National written Sam Mangwana and Tabu Ley Rochereau "Amour Fou" by John Zorn, composed by John ...

Sutherland House

Sutherland House may refer to: in England Sutherland House, Southwold, an inn and restaurant in Southwold, Suffolk, England, a Grade II* listed building in Waveney in the United States by state, then city Sutherland House Petersburg, Virginia, li ...

Kelly House

Kelly House may refer to: C.D. Kelly House, in Judsonia, Arkansas George H. Kelly House, in Omaha, Nebraska Alexander Kelly House, in Carthage, North Carolina Amos Kelly House, in Cambridge Springs, Pennsylvania T.R. Kelly House, in Springville, ...

Silent Running (disambiguation)

Silent Running is a 1972 science fiction film. Silent Running may also refer to: Silent Running album, a 2011 album by 65daysofstatic, an alternate soundtrack for the 1972 film "Silent Running", a track by Klaus Schulze from Trancefer, inspired b ...

Angela Russell (doctor)

Angela Russell was born Angela Gertrude Coyne in Tralee, County Kerry on 15 November 1893. Her parents were James Aloysius, an inspector of national schools, and Kathleen Mary Coyne nee Pitt. She was the seventh of nine children, with 3 sisters a ...

Archaeological Association

The Archaeological Association may refer to: The British Archaeological Association The Canadian Archaeological Association The Royal Historical and Archaeological Association of Ireland, a former name of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Irela ...

Eric Dymock

Eric Dymock is a motoring writer and Editorial Director of Dove Publishing Ltd. Trained as an engineer, he became a freelance journalist in the 1950s and a staff writer in 1962. He has written more than two dozen books, available in paper and ele ...

A Pilgrims Tale

A Pilgrims Tale is a studio album by English folk musician Seth Lakeman. It was released on 7 February 2020 under BMG Rights Management. The album is inspired by the English ship Mayflower and its four-centuries since the first departure from the ...

John Lindsay of Wauchope

John Lindsay, Lord of Wauchope and Staplegorton, was a Scottish noble. His parentage is currently unknown. John was appointed as Lord Chamberlain of Scotland in 1278. He received the lands of Wauchope in Dumfries and Galloway in 1285, from Alexan ...

Eid

An Eid is a Muslim religious festival: Eid al-Fitr عيد الفطر ʿĪd al-Fitr, "Feast of Breaking the Fast", marks the end of the month of Ramadan Eid al-Adha عيد الأضحى ʿĪd al-ʾAdhā, "Feast of the Sacrifice", falls on the 10th day of Dhu al-Hijjah an ...

Clutha

Clutha may refer to: Clutha dance, a Scottish country dance Inch Clutha, an island sitting in the delta of the Clutha River Clutha ferry passenger steamers on the River Clyde in Glasgow from 1884 to 1903 Balclutha, New Zealand, often abbreviated ...

High Risk Behaviour

High Risk Behaviour is the debut studio album by the Australian punk rock band the Chats, released through Bargain Bin Records on 27 March 2020. It is the groups first full-length release following the release of two EPs, The Chats and Get This i ...

Illawarra (disambiguation)

Illawarra is region in New South Wales, Australia. Illawarra may also refer to: Illawarra Steelers, the half of the St. George Illawarra Dragons referred to above joint venture that originates from the Illawarra region of New South Wales Illawarr ...

Cynwyd

Cynwyd may refer to: Places: Cynwyd, Denbighshire, in Wales Bala Cynwyd, or Cynwyd, a community in Lower Merion Township, Pennsylvania, USA Transportation: Cynwyd Line, a SEPTA Regional Rail line in Pennsylvania Cynwyd railway station Wales, a fo ...

The Cuphead Show

The Cuphead Show! is an upcoming American animated series created for Netflix based on the characters from Cuphead. The series will make its worldwide debut at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival on June 15, 2020.

Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary may refer to: Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Queen of Peace, Sweet Home, Lavaca County, Texas, United States Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Emborough, Somerset, England Church of the Blessed Virgi ...

Kena Lorenzini

Maria Eugenia Lorenzini Lorenzini, better known as Kena Lorenzini, is a Chilean psychologist, photographer, writer, curator, feminist, and activist.

Gongan

Gongan or Gongan may refer to: Gongan County 公安县, Jingzhou, Hubei, China Gongan, Zhongshan County 公安镇, town in Guangxi, China Gonganbu, or the Ministry of Public Security, the PRCs domestic security agency, civil registrar and police force ...

Enclothed cognition

Enclothed cognition is a term coined by Hajo Adam and Adam D. Galinsky in their experiment from 2012. It relates to the effect which clothing has upon a persons mental process and the way they think, feel, and function, in areas like attention, c ...

MAX (Calgary)

MAX is a bus rapid transit network operated by Calgary Transit in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. MAX forms a part of Calgary Transits rapid transit network, along with the CTrain light rail system. The MAX system opened in November 2018 with three rou ...

14th Street Line (Washington, D.C)

The 14th Street Line, designated Routes 52, 54, is a daily bus route operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority between Takoma station of the Red Line of the Washington Metro and LEnfant Plaza station of the Blue, Yellow, Oran ...

Bu (surname)

Bù is a Chinese surname. It is the 210th most common Chinese surname, being shared by 510.000 or 0.038% of the population, with Jiangsu being the province with the most people. It is 56th on the Hundred Family Surnames poem.

Huashan (disambiguation)

Mount Hua or Huashan is a sacred mountain in Shaanxi, China Huashan may also refer to the following locations in China: Huashan District 花山区, Maanshan, Anhui Huashan Rock Art, Guangxi Hua Hill 华不注山, in northeastern Jinan, Shandong Towns Wr ...

Utility-scale solar

Utility-scale solar refers to large scale electricity generation either through: A photovoltaic power station at a scale large enough to be classified as utility-scale; or: Concentrated solar power. The utility-scale solar sector has led the over ...

Goyer Island

L Ile Goyer is a river island of the Richelieu River. It belongs to the territory of the municipality of Carignan, in the La Vallee-du-Richelieu Regional County Municipality, in the administrative region of Monteregie, in the south of province of ...

Edinburgh edition of the Waverley novels

The Edinburgh Edition of the Waverley Novels by Walter Scott appeared in thirty volumes between 1993 and 2012. Published by Edinburgh University Press, it was the first complete critical edition of the novels.

Australia national soccer B team

The Australia national soccer B team, controlled by Football Federation Australia, is run occasionally as a second team for the Australia national soccer team. They have played nine matches, winning one, drawing six, and losing two.

Broken Sword (disambiguation)

Broken Sword may refer to: Broken Sword: The Angel of Death, the fourth instalment in the series Broken Sword II: The Smoking Mirror, the second instalment in the series Broken Sword, an adventure game series by Revolution Software Broken Sword: ...

Yefim Tsetlin

Yefim Victorovich Tsetlin was a Soviet politician and an activist of the youth communist movement in the Soviet Union.

Hua

Hoa people, Chinese people in Vietnam Hua, as in Huaxia and Zhonghua, is a name of China. Mount Hua, a mountain in Shaanxi, China Hua County, Shaanxi, now Huazhou District, in Weinan, Shaanxi, China Hua surname, a Chinese surname Hua state, a sta ...

Our Lady of Remedies

Our Lady of Remedies or The Virgin of Los Remedios is a title of the Virgin Mary. It may refer to: Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de los Remedios, Cholula, Mexico Our Lady of Remedies Cathedral, Riohacha, Colombia Church of Nuestra Señora de los Remed ...