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Sam Coates

Sam Coates is a British journalist. He has worked for Sky News since 2019 as their Deputy Political Editor. Coates previously worked as a newspaper journalist for The Times from 2000 until 2019.

Zunzi

Wong Kei-kwan, better known by his pen name Zunzi, is a political cartoonist living in Hong Kong. Zunzi has been called "the territorys most prominent political cartoonist"; he has depicted Jiang Zemin, Liu Xiaobo and Xi Jinping. Zunzi has held i ...

Yī (surname)

Yī is a Chinese surname. It is also rarely spelled as Yih in Wade–Giles. According to a 2013 study, it was found to be the 289th most common surname, shared by 206.000 people or 0.016% of the population, with the province with the most being Shan ...

List of VTV dramas broadcast in 2008

These dramas air from 20h10 to 21h, Monday to Friday on VTV1. Note: From August 21 to November 14, the time slot was spit in two with Bỗng dưng muốn khoc aired on Monday to Wednesday & Nhà co nhiều cửa sổ aired on Thursday and Friday.

Pitsa Galazi

Pitsa Galazi is an essayist, poet, and broadcaster from Cyprus. She published multiple books of poetry between the 1960s and the 1990s.

Guardian Sein Win

Sein Win, commonly known as Guardian Sein Win, was a Burmese journalist and advocate of freedom of the press throughout his career.

Maxim Sergeevich Mavrodi

Maxim Sergeevich Mavrodi, who goes by the names Maxim Mеrnеs and Maxim Lotcokа, is a Russian political opposition. Twice attacked by Russian mafia for his political views Writer. YouTuber and author his own youtube political blog. Best known as a ...

Wolfgang Bartels (politician, born 1903)

Wolfgang Bartels was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

Curt Becker (politician, born 1905)

Curt Becker was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

1918 in Belgium

18 October – Yser Medal struck 14 to 19 October – Battle of Courtrai 19 October – Charge of Burkel 5 to 7 November – Passage of the Grande Honnelle 23 April – Zeebrugge Raid 11 November – Armistice of 11 November 1918 20 October to 11 November – ...

Javier Martinez (politician)

Javier Martinez is an American attorney, activist, and politician serving as a member of the New Mexico House of Representatives from the 11th district, which includes Bernalillo County, New Mexico.

Intan

Intan Erlita born 1980, an Indonesian TV presenter Jamahidaya Intan born 1996, a Malaysian cricketer Intan Paramaditha, an Indonesian author Intan Azura Mokhtar born 1976, a Singaporean politician

Banata Tchale Sow

From June 2009 to February 2013, Sow was a technical advisor to the Prime Minister of Chad for microfinance and sustainable development. From February 2013 to October 2013, Sow was a technical advisor for Economic and Budgetary Affairs at the Pre ...

Odemis Urban Archieves and Museum

Odemis Urban Archieves and Museum is an ethnographic museum in Odemis, Izmir Province, Turkey. The museum building is a former hotel named Yıldız "star" which was opened in 1927. In 2006 the municipality of Odemis bought the hotel and after a ren ...

Helmut Lamp

Helmut Lamp was a member of the German Bundestag for the first time from 1990 to 1998. On 28 March 2000, he succeeded the late Gert Willner as a member of the Bundestag, where he remained until the end of the 14th parliamentary term in 2002. On 1 ...

Emilios Avgouleas

Emilios Avgouleas is a Greek professor and researcher specialising in international financial markets and blockchain technology. He holds the chair in international banking law and finance at the University of Edinburgh. He is a member of the sta ...

Vicente Fatras

Vicente Fatras Neira was a Spanish Politician. In his younger years he was also one of Spains first racing cyclists.

Niccolo Franco (Pamphleteer)

Born in Benevento to a modest family, Franco completed humanistic studies at the school of his brother Vincenzo. In his youth he made friends with his compatriot Antonio Delli Sorici. In 1544 he moved to Naples where he undertook legal studies, c ...

Giuseppe Misuraca

Giuseppe Misuraca was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who worked in the diplomatic service of the Holy See and served as Apostolic Nuncio to Venezuela from 1941 to 1949.

Safetipin

Based in India, Safetipin aims to make cities safer by providing data collected through technology tools and apps to its users. The data is collected and analysed on parameters that impact safety and walkability. Its end goal is to achieve moveme ...

Harry Adams (photographer)

Adams was born in Arkansas to Hunter Adams and Robbie Lee Evans Adams. The Adams family moved to Santa Ana, California where they eventually helped establish Johnson Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church. Adams attended Santa Ana College wher ...

Gayola

Gayola was a type of bribe used by American police departments against gay bars in the post-war era. Liquor laws prevented bars from knowingly selling alcoholic beverages to gay patrons, so police departments commonly demanded payoffs from gay ba ...

Glenn Thomas (American football)

Glenn Thomas is an American football coach who is currently the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He was previously the co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Baylor University.

1964 Afghan Constitutional Assembly election

Constitutional Assembly elections were held in Afghanistan in 1964. The Assembly produced the 1964 constitution, which introduced womens suffrage. In March 1963 King Mohammed Zahir Shah asked Prime Minister Mohammed Daoud Khan to resign due to th ...

Iris Akahoshi

Iris Akahoshi was an American human rights activist who became known for her persistent support of a jailed Ukrainian political prisoner.

Merit Cudkowicz

Merit Cudkowicz is an American neurologist, neuroscientist, and an expert in the study of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Cudkowicz holds the title of Julieanne Dorn Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School, and is the director of the ALS ...

Nico Cox

Brittany Nicole "Nico" Cox is an antiquarian horologist based in Seattle, Washington. As of 2018 she was one of the only such individuals within the United States. Cox earned her bachelors degree at the University of Texas, San Antonio in philoso ...

Groupe de Developpement Sportif

GDS is Canadas national motorsport authority, as delegated by the FIA. In April 2020 the FIA Federation Internationale de l’Automobile announced the appointment of GDS Groupe de Developpement Sportif as the new National Sporting Authority in Cana ...

John F. Kennedy Park

John F. Kennedy Park is a public park in the Vine City neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia. The park was reopened in 2019 following an extensive renovation.

Abigail A. Salyers

Abigail A. Salyers was a microbiologist whose research focused on bacteria in the intestinal tract contributing to better understanding of antibiotic resistance and mobile genetic elements. She was awarded numerous teaching awards, an honorary de ...

Karen D. King

Karen Denise King was an African-American mathematics educator, a program director at National Science Foundation, and a 2012 AWM/MAA Falconer Lecturer.

Candid Foundation

The Candid Foundation is a private nonprofit organization and a Think tank working in the fields of intercultural dialogue, media, research and development. It was founded in 2014 in Berlin. The organization focuses on the countries of the Southe ...

George Floyd

George Perry Floyd, Jr. was a black American man killed during an arrest after allegedly passing a counterfeit bill in Minneapolis. Moments after arrest while handcuffed, he was removed from a police vehicle, forced to the pavement and restrained ...

American Eagles mens basketball statistical leaders

The American Eagles mens basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the American Eagles mens basketball program in various categories, including points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks. Within those areas, the list ...

Jonathan D. Green

Green was born and raised in Upstate New York. He earned a Bachelor of Music degree from the State University of New York at Fredonia and a Masters degree from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He completed a summer seminar at Trinity Coll ...

Tusculum (disambiguation)

Counts of Tusculum – powerful secular noblemen in Latium during the tenth through twelfth centuries Tusculum – an ancient city of Latium in Italy Battle of Tusculum – a military battle in the year 1167, near Tusculum in Latium Italy

Assault on the State Treasure

Assault on the State Treasure is a 1967 Italian action film directed by Piero Pierotti and starring Roger Browne, Anita Sanders and Franco Ressel. Four criminals plan to rob a twenty million dollar transfer between an Arab central bank and a Brit ...

Central Arkansas Bears basketball statistical leaders

The Central Arkansas Bears basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the Central Arkansas Bears basketball program in various categories, including points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks. Within those areas, the ...

Robin Patel

Robin Patel is an American microbiologist and the 2019–2020 president of the American Society for Microbiology. She is the Elizabeth P. and Robert E. Allen Professor of Individualized Medicine at the Mayo Clinic and director of the clinics Infect ...

Larry Jones

Larry Jones may refer to: Larry Jones Boston University, American former basketball player Larry Jones wide receiver born 1951, American football player Larry Jones humanist, chemist J. Larry Jones born 1956, American racehorse trainer Chipper Jo ...

Trevor Packer

Trevor Packer is the senior vice-president of the College Board in charge of AP exams, known for his presence on Twitter. He is a part of the Mormon Church.

George Ryerson Fowler

George Ryerson Fowler, M. D., was a surgeon from Brooklyn, New York. He is known for describing Fowlers position, and also for the first thoracoplasty. His parents were Thomas W. Fowler and Sarah Jane F. He graduated from Bellevue Hospital Medica ...

Gavin Brown

Gavin Brown may refer to: Gavin Brown footballer born 1967, former Australian rules footballer in the Australian Football League Gavin Brown politician born 1975, Member of the Scottish Parliament Gavin Brown diver 1984–2007, English diver Gavin ...

Miami RedHawks mens basketball statistical leaders

The Miami Redhawks mens basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the Miami Redhawks mens basketball program in various categories, including points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks. Within those areas, the lists ...

Andre Campbell (physician)

Andre R. Campbell is an American physician. He is a Professor of Surgery and the Vice Chair for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the University of California, San Francisco.

Leslie DeChurch

Leslie A. DeChurch is the Chair of the Department of Communications Studies at Northwestern University and holds a courtesy appointment in the Department of Psychology, Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences. She directs the ATLAS lab at Northwester ...

John R. Raymond

John R. Raymond is an American nephrologist and academic administrator serving as the sixth President and CEO of the Medical College of Wisconsin, Wisconsins only private medical school.

Simeon Benjamin

Simeon Benjamin was born on May 29, 1792, in Upper Aquebogue, in the Town of Riverhead, New York on Long Island. He was the third of eight children. Because Benjamin was considered a feeble child, he was allowed experience working as a clerk in a ...

List of Presidents of Union College

Union College has had nineteen presidents since its founding in 1795. Thomas Neville Bonner 1974–1978 Frank Parker Day 1929–1933 Andrew Van Vranken Raymond 1894–1907 John Selwyn Morris 1979–1990 Jonathan Maxcy 1802–1804 Charles Alexander Richmond ...

Roosevelt High School

Eleanor Roosevelt High School New York City Eleanor Roosevelt High School California, Eastvale, California Eleanor Roosevelt High School Maryland