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Kathleen Bell Cooper

Dr. Kathleen Marie Bell Cooper is a corporate economist and former governmental economist who has worked for companies such as ExxonMobil and Security Pacific National Bank as well as been in leadership for such groups as the National Association ...

                                               

Gregory Bennet

Gregory Charles Bennet is an Australian priest of the Catholic Church. He is the bishop-elect of the Diocese of Sale, having been appointed to the position in 2020. He previously served in the Archdiocese of Melbourne and became its vicar general ...

                                               

Hemi Pomara

Hemi Pomara was a Māori man of chiefly status, from the Chatham Islands. In his youth, he was taken to Sydney, and then London, before returning to New Zealand, via Barbados, where he was shipwrecked. A daguerreotype of Pomara is the oldest known ...

                                               

June Yvonne Clarke

June Yvonne Clarke is a Barbadian diplomat. She was the High Commissioner of Barbados to Canada from 1996 until 1999 and Permanent Representative of Barbados to the United Nations in New York from 1999 until 2004. In 1998, Clarke became the Non-R ...

                                               

Ben Howe (artist)

Benjamin Howe is a contemporary Australian artist is known primarily for his figurative and experimental oil painting. He holds a Masters of fine art degree with distinction from RMIT University. Howe is known for his scientific-surrealist imager ...

                                               

Newcastle University Students Association (NUSA)

The Newcastle University Students Association is the peak representative body for students at the University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia. The organisation is one of four student organisations at the university, Newcastle University Postgraduate ...

                                               

DataWorks Plus

DataWorks Plus LLC is a privately held biometrics systems integrator based in Greenville, South Carolina. The company started in 2000 and originally focused on mugshot management, adding facial recognition beginning in 2005. Brad Bylenga is the C ...

                                               

Time in Tonga

Tonga is a sovereign state in Polynesia that wholly utilises UTC+13:00 year round. Tonga does not currently observe daylight saving time, though they did in the Southern Hemisphere summers between 1992 and 2002 as well as the 2016 - 2017 summer, ...

                                               

Edward C. Dyer

Edward Colston Dyer was a brigadier general in the United States Marine Corps who served in both World War II and the Korean War. A naval aviator and communications engineer, during his career he was a pioneer in the Marine Corps development of e ...

                                               

Instituto Federal do Acre

The Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Acre is an institution that offers high and professional educations by having a pluricurricular form. It is a multicampi institution, especialized in offering professional and technologic ...

                                               

Carlos Decotelli

Carlos Alberto Decotelli da Silva is a Brazilian economist and professor. Decotelli holds a Bachelors Degree in Economic Sciences by Rio de Janeiro State University, and a Masters degree in Administration by Getulio Vargas Foundation. Decotelli w ...

                                               

Sandra Vivanco

Sandra Vivanco was a Peruvian-born architect, educator, writer, and professor at the California College of the Arts. She practiced architecture in Japan, Portugal, Peru, Italy, Mexico and Brazil.

                                               

Renato Feder

Renato Feder is a Brazilian economist, entrepreneur, politician and professor. He has been serving as the State Secretary of Education of Parana since January 2019. Feder is also a partner at the Brazilian electronics and computing company, Multi ...

                                               

Maria de Lourdes Belchior Pontes

Maria de Lourdes Belchior Pontes ComIH GCIH GCIP, was a Portuguese writer, professor and poet who lived in Portugal, Brazil, France, Germany and the United States of America.

                                               

Rafail Turkoniak

Rafail Turkoniak Pavlovych Turkoniak; Ukrainian: Рафаїл Турконяк ; born May 7, 1949, Manchester) is an Archimandrite of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, Doctor of Theology and Doctor of Liturgy, biblical translator, hieromonk of the Studite S ...

                                               

Theodore Palaiologos (stratiote)

Theodore Palaiologos was a 15th- and 16th-century Greek stratiote and diplomat in the service of the Republic of Venice and one of the key early formative figures of the Greek community in Venice. He was not related to the Palaiologos dynasty of ...

                                               

History of the Jews in Alexandria

The history of the Jews in Alexandria, Egypt dates back to the founding of the city by Alexander the Great in 332 BCE. Jews in Alexandria, played a crucial role in the political, economic, and religious life of Hellenistic and Roman Alexandria, w ...

                                               

Congregational Union of England and Wales

The Congregational Union of England and Wales brought together churches in England and Wales in the Congregationalist tradition between 1831 and 1966. The Congregationalist churches emerged from the Puritan movement, each church operating indepen ...

                                               

Political polarization in the United States

Polarization is a historically common featured in American politics. Common scholarly questions include how the magnitude of modern polarization compares to various points in the past, and the extent to which polarization is a feature of American ...

                                               

List of marine game fish

This is a list of marine fish pursued by recreational anglers. Hardhead catfish Common dentex Threadfin jack Elops saurus Striped bass Rainbow runner Giant trevally Pacific jack mackerel Blacktip trevally Cottonmouth jack Longrakered trevally Sam ...

                                               

List of freshwater game fish

This is a list of freshwater fish pursued by recreational anglers. Bull trout Rock bass Amur catfish Atlantic sturgeon Texas cichlid Yellow perch Silurus soldatovi Predatory carp Elopichthys bambusa Kampango Flathead catfish Trout cod Giant barb ...

                                               

P. flavescens

P. flavescens may refer to: Plastingia flavescens, a skipper butterfly Pseudomonas flavescens, a Gram-negative bacterium Poecilopeplus flavescens, a longhorn beetle Parazuphium flavescens, a ground beetle Paradelphomyia flavescens, a crane fly Pe ...

                                               

P. spectabilis

P. spectabilis may refer to: Penstemon spectabilis, a flowering plant species Pitcairnia spectabilis, a flowering plant species Polygrammodes spectabilis, a moth species Pimelea spectabilis, a shrub species Pazinotus spectabilis, a sea snail spec ...

                                               

Chris Bey

Chris Bey is an American professional wrestler, currently signed with Impact Wrestling. He is also known for his work on the Impact Wrestling and independent scene, mostly notably for Championship Wrestling from Hollywood and Game Changer Wrestling

                                               

Eva Askquith

Eva Askquith was a pioneering British female speedway motorcycle racer in the three seasons from 1928 and 1930 when female riders were allowed race speedway in Britain. She was one of only four British female speedway riders at this time and also ...

                                               

Jordan Griffin

Jordan Griffin is an American mixed martial artist currently competing as a featherweight in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. A professional competitor since 2011, he has also competed for Legacy Fighting Alliance and King of the Cage. He is t ...

                                               

Baltic Cup

Baltic Cup can refer to: Womens U-19 Baltic Cup Baltic Cup figure skating U17 Baltic Cup Baltic Cup football U19 Baltic Cup U21 Baltic Cup Womens U-15 Baltic Cup Womens U-17 Baltic Cup Womens Baltic Cup Baltic Cup draughts Baltic Futsal Cup Balti ...

                                               

Human uses of scorpions

Humans use scorpions both practically, for medicine, food, and pets, and symbolically, whether as gods, to ward off harm, or to associate a product or business with the evident power of the small but deadly animal.

                                               

Feminism in Israel

Feminism in Israel is a complex issue in contemporary Israeli society due to the varied demographic makeup of the country and the countrys particular balance of religion and state issues. For secular Israeli women, the successive campaigns for wo ...

                                               

Rifaat Hussain

Dr. Rifaat Hussain is a Pakistani scholar, professor, analyst and television personality who served at Quaid-i-Azam University for 36 years. From 2003-2005, he was Chair of the Department of Peace and Conflict Studies at National Defense Universi ...

                                               

David Patterson (historian)

David Patterson is a historian and professor at the Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies, University of Texas at Dallas. Pattersons areas of expertise are Holocaust, Jewish Thought, Anti-Semitism and Israel. He is the Hillel A. Feinberg Distingu ...

                                               

Ahmed Kusamotu

Ahmed Kusamotu was a Nigerian lawyer who had a prominent political role as chairperson of the National Republican Convention during the late stages of the short-lived Third Republic. Kusamotu is from one of the royal houses of Ikirun. A constitut ...

                                               

IQA (disambiguation)

IQA may refer to: The IANT Quranic Academy,IANT Quranic Academy is an Islamic day school in Richardson, Texas serving grades Kindergarten-12. It was first established in 2002. The founding board member is Dr. Yusuf Ziya Kavakci. The Chartered Qua ...

                                               

Thelma Brown

Thelma Adella Brown was a Pitcairnese politician. In 1973 she and Carol Christian were elected to the Island Council, becoming its first female members.

                                               

Carol Warren

Carol Grace Warren is a Pitcairn Islander. In 1973 she and Thelma Brown were elected to the Island Council, becoming its first female members.

                                               

Samuel Reuss

Samuel Reuss was married on November 21, 1810 and his wife was Rozalia Schulek. Six of their children were born and five children reached adulthood. Reuss began his studies in Ozdany, continued in the upper classes at Kezmarok, and completed a co ...

                                               

The "Dejudaization Institute” Memorial

The" Dejudaization Institute’ Memorial” is a memorial installation erected in Eisenach at the behest of eight Protestant regional churches. The memorial remembers the Protestant regional churches’ culpability for the anti-Semitic Institute for th ...

                                               

Otto V. Pence

Otto Vernon Pence was born in 1882. His parents were to Jacob Pence and Sarah Painter Pence, residents of Timberville before moving to Shenandoah County where Otto was born. His father was shot dead on June 4, 1931, at the age of 74. He had been ...

                                               

Christopher of East Frisia

Christopher of East Frisia was an East Frisian nobleman and knight of the Golden Fleece who served as governor of the Duchy of Luxembourg in the Habsburg Netherlands. Christopher was the third son of Edzard II, Count of East Frisia, and the Swedi ...

                                               

Carlshof Institutions

The Carlshof Institutions was a diaconal hospital in Carlshof, East Prussia. Founded in 1882, it was located about 3 km east of the town center of Rastenburg. Carlshof housed up to 1.500 inmates from all over East Prussia and specialized in treat ...

                                               

List of people from Lincolnshire

Anne Bradstreet 1612-1672, poet Berechiah de Nicole c.1210-c.1270, Tosafist John Foxe c.1516-1587, author of Foxes Book of Martyrs John Taverner c1490-1545, composer and organist Little Saint Hugh of Lincoln 1246-1255, blood libel victim John Smy ...

                                               

Tarim Basin deciduous forests and steppe

The Tarim Basin deciduous forests and steppe is a temperate broadleaf and mixed forests ecoregion in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of western China. The ecoregion includes deciduous riparian forests and steppes sustained by the regions ri ...

                                               

Alai-Western Tian Shan steppe

The Alai-Western Tian Shan steppe ecoregion covers the foothills on the western edge of the Tien Shan and Alay Mountains of Central Asia. This territory is mostly in southeastern Uzbekistan, with a portion running north into Kazakhstan on the eas ...

                                               

Honorebel

Richard Mark Bailey, known professionally as Honorebel, is a Jamaican born singer, rapper, songwriter, producer and CEO of Phantom Music Group and Caribbean Paradise Publishing LLC. He first gained notoriety in 2009 with his single, "Now You See ...

                                               

Glyceria acutiflora

Glyceria acutiflora, the creeping mannagrass, is a perennial grass found in the north-eastern United States and in north-eastern Asia. Its specific epithet acutiflora means "acute-flowered". It has a diploid number of 40.

                                               

Camp Robber Peak

Camp Robber Peak is a 6.286-foot mountain summit located above the western shore of Big Heart Lake, in eastern King County of Washington state. Its part of the Cascade Range, and is situated in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness, on land managed by Moun ...

                                               

Denise Sigogneau-Russell

Denise Sigogneau-Russell is a French palaeontologist who specialises in mammals from the Mesozoic, particularly from France and the UK. She is currently based at the Museum National dHistoire Naturelle.

                                               

Dinosaurs (song)

Dinosaurs is a song by Australian singer songwriter, Ruby Fields. It was released in September 2018 as the lead single from Fields second extended play Permanent Hermit. It was certified gold in Australia in 2020. At the APRA Music Awards of 2020 ...

                                               

Mountain of Dinosaurs

Mountain of Dinosaurs or Dinosaurs Hill is a 1967 Soviet animated film directed by Rasa Strautmane and produced by the Soyuzmultfilm studio in Moscow.

                                               

Brodiechelys

Brodiechelys is an extinct genus of terrestrial turtle belonging to the suborder Cryptodira. Remains of Brodiechelys dated back to the Early Cretaceous period, and have been found in the United Kingdom and Spain. The type species, B. brodiei, was ...

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