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TEV

TEV may refer to: Transient Earth Voltage: a term for voltages appearing on the metal work of switchgear due to internal partial discharges Tracked Electric Vehicles, an open source electric vehicle system proposed by the TEV Project Total Econom ...

                                               

The Tree of Gernika

The Tree of Gernika is a personal account of the Basque campaign of the Spanish Civil War by London Times correspondent G. L. Steer. The book is known for its description of the 1937 bombing of Guernica. The author was previously known for his re ...

                                               

Hereward the Wake (TV series)

Hereward the Wake was a British television series which was produced by the BBC in 1965, and was broadcast weekly on BBC1. It was based on the 1866 novel by Charles Kingsley. Alfred Lynch played the title role. Due to the BBCs policy of erasing v ...

                                               

Nicole Manzone-Saquet

Nicole Manzone-Saquet is a Monegasque politician and a president of the Union of Monegasque Women. From 2008 until 2013 Manzone-Saquet was a member of the National Council of Monaco from Union Monegasque.

                                               

Esjuberg

A very early church, is supposed to have been built by primary settlers, i.e. around 900. This church appears in the inventory of churches connected with Bishop Palls counting of churches around 1200, and was still there in 1269-98 according to K ...

                                               

M. A. Banake Kyon Meri Mitti Kharab Ki?

M. A. Banake Kyon Meri Mitti Kharab Ki? is a 1908 Gujarati social novel by Indian writer Amrit Keshav Nayak. It is an autobiographical style novel of an unemployed postgraduate. It is a satire on education system and prevalent social customs. The ...

                                               

Priyanka Jawalkar

Priyanka Jawalkar is an Indian actress and model who predominantly works in Telugu film industry. She made her acting debut in 2017 with the film Kala Varam Aaye.

                                               

Gokulathil Seethai (2019 TV series)

Gokulathil Seethai is a 2019 Indian Tamil soap opera starring Nandha Master, Aasha Gowda, and Nalini. This show aired on Zee Tamil from 4 November 2019 at 8.00 PM. This show replaced Naachiyarpuram TV series.

                                               

S. R. Bommai cabinet

S. R. Bommai ministry was the Council of Ministers in Karnataka, a state in South India headed by S. R. Bommai of the BJP. The ministry had multiple ministers including the Chief Minister. All ministers belonged to the JP. After Ramakrishna Hegde ...

                                               

Sooraj Surendran

Sooraj Surendran is an Indian technologist and an electronic engineering graduate from Anna University. He made significant contributions to the development of the motorized wheelchair.

                                               

Curfew (1994 film)

Curfew is a 1994 Indian Kannada crime film starring Devaraj, B. C. Patil, Doddanna, Dattatreya and Richard Louis in the lead roles with Sudharani in an extended cameo appearance. Directed by Ha Su Rajasekhar, the film produced under Sri Sai Jyoth ...

                                               

Mohsen Nabavi

Mohsen Nabavi is an Iranian Director, Scriptwriter and Actor. He started his work by making short narrative film entitled "These Days" for Iranian Young Cinema Society IYCS. He has also written for several movie newspapers and magazines like Bani ...

                                               

Alexander Seton

Alexander Seton may refer to: Alexander Seton d. 1332, nobleman Alexander Seaton before 1626 – after 1649, also spelled Seton Alexander Seton, 1st Viscount of Kingston 1620–1691 Alexander Seton priest died 1797, Archdeacon of Aghadoe Alexander Se ...

                                               

William Morice

William Morice may refer to: William Morice 1660-1688, eldest son of the 1st Baronet, Member of Parliament for Newport 1681–1688 Sir William Morice, 3rd Baronet 1707–1750, Member of Parliament for Newport 1727–1734, and for Launceston 1734–1750 W ...

                                               

William Jephson

William Jephson may refer to: William Jephson cricketer 1873–1956, English cricketer William Jephson died 1691, MP for East Grinstead and Wycombe William Jephson died 1698, MP for Mallow William Jephson died 1779, MP for Mallow William Jephson di ...

                                               

Already Gone (film)

Already Gone is a 2019 American drama film written and directed by Christopher Kenneally and starring Tyler Dean Flores, Justine Skye, Seann William Scott and Shiloh Fernandez. It is Kenneallys directorial debut. Keanu Reeves served as an executi ...

                                               

William Wentworth-Fitzwilliam

William Wentworth-Fitzwilliam may refer to: William Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, 6th Earl Fitzwilliam 1815–1902, British peer and Liberal politician William Wentworth-FitzWilliam, Viscount Milton 1839–1877, British nobleman, explorer and Lpolitician Wi ...

                                               

Lord Bingham (disambiguation)

Lord Bingham was Thomas Bingham, Baron Bingham of Cornhill. Lord Bingham may also refer to: George Bingham, 5th Earl of Lucan 1860–1949, known as Lord Bingham from 1888 to 1914 George Bingham, 3rd Earl of Lucan 1800–1888, known as Lord Bingham be ...

                                               

Gregg Kennard

Gregg Kennard is an American politician. He is a Democrat representing the 102nd district in the Georgia House of Representatives.

                                               

City on Lock

City on Lock is the second studio album by American hip hop duo City Girls. The album leaked in its entirety on June 19, 2020, wherafter it was released on June 20 by Quality Control Music, Motown Records and Capitol Records. It serves as the fol ...

                                               

Edward Turnour

Edward Turnour may refer to: Edward Turnour, 3rd Earl Winterton 1784–1833, son of the above Edward Turnour, 5th Earl Winterton 1837–1907, son of the above Edward Turnour, 1st Earl Winterton 1734–1788, great-grandson of the above Edward Turnour, 2 ...

                                               

Devils Advocate Unit

The Devils Advocate Unit is a small unit in the Israeli Military Intelligence Directorate. Its purpose is to evaluate intelligence assumptions and products in a professional and critical manner, including serving as the "Devils advocate" or the " ...

                                               

Orkun Isıtmak

Orkuncan Isıtmak, better known as Orkun Isıtmak, is a Turkish YouTuber known for producing a variety of videos. After graduating from Governor Vecdi Gonul Anatolian High School, he enrolled in Istanbul University and moved to Istanbul, but later ...

                                               

List of horror anthology films

Dead of Night 1945 helped to popularize the format for horror anthology films - although they had existed as far back as Unheimliche Geschichten 1919 or Waxworks 1924 - and British company Amicus made several such films in the 1960s and 1970s. Fr ...

                                               

Josh2funny

Josh Alfred Chibuike, known as Josh2funny, is a Nigerian stand-up comedian and Instagram personality recognized for creating original skits with more than ten characters.

                                               

Ella Atherton

Ella Atherton was a Scottish born actress. She was also known as Ella Devi Rajpipla; Maharani Ella Devi of Rajpipla or H.H. Maharani Ella Devi Sahiba.

                                               

Scots Monastery Constance

The Saint James Scots Monastery in Constance was a Benedictine monastery, which, like the other Scots monasteries, was founded by Irish monks in the course of the second phase of the Hiberno-Scottish mission. It was situated to the west of the hi ...

                                               

George Douglas of Longniddry

George Douglas of Longniddry was a Scottish landowner and courtier. He was the son of Francis Douglas of Borg and Elizabeth Fairlie. His fathers tutor was John Knox, and he joined Knox in St Andrews Castle in 1547. The lands of this branch of the ...

                                               

Garlies

Garlies may refer to: People The Earl of Galloway, sometimes styled "Lord Garlies" or "Viscount Garlies," including Alexander Stewart, 1st Earl of Galloway c. 1580-1649, created First Lord of Garlies in 1607 Alan Stewart, 10th Earl of Galloway 18 ...

                                               

Henry Wynn Parry

Notable decisions of Wynn-Parry J included: In re Earl Leven, Inland Revenue Comrs v Williams Deacons Bank Ltd 1 WLR 1228

                                               

Magdalen Livingstone

Magdalen Livingstone was a Scottish courtier. She was a daughter of Alexander Livingston, 5th Lord Livingston and Agnes Douglas, daughter of John Douglas, 2nd Earl of Morton. She was a maid of honour or lady-in-waiting to Mary, Queen of Scots. He ...

                                               

Lucius Cary

Lucius Cary may refer to one of several members of the Cary family who held the title Viscount Falkland: Lucius Cary, 13th Viscount Falkland 1880–1961 Lucius Cary, 14th Viscount Falkland 1905–1984 Lucius Cary, 2nd Viscount Falkland 1610–1643 Luci ...

                                               

Robert Harrison (footballer)

Robert Grieve Harrison, sometimes known as Bertie Harrison, was a Scottish footballer who played as an inside left for Airdrieonians, Hamilton Academical and Rangers. He played in the 1935 Scottish Cup Final for Accies, scoring his sides goal in ...

                                               

Richard Molinas

Richard Molinas was a British stage and film actor. A character actor, he appeared in a number of supporting roles in postwar British cinema as well as occasional television appearances.

                                               

Proposition (party)

Proposition is a Ukrainian political party founded in 2020. The party was founded by the mayors of six major cities, Borys Filatov of Dnipro, Andriy Raykovych of Kropyvnytskyi, Oleksiy Kaspruk of Chernivtsi, Oleksandr Senkevych of Mykolaiv, Andri ...

                                               

Seven Thousand Cadres Conference

The Seven Thousand Cadres Conference, or 7000 Cadres Conference, was one of the largest work conferences ever of the Communist Party of China which took place in Beijing, China from January 11 through February 7, 1962. The conference was attended ...

                                               

Han Jeong-ae

Han Jeong-ae or Jeoung Ae Han is a South Korean politician and a three-term parliamentarian currently representing Gangseo District at the National Assembly and chairing its Health and Welfare Committee. After graduating from Pusan National Unive ...

                                               

Kim Jae-yeon (politician)

Kim Jae-yeon is a South Korean politician and former activist. She is currently serving as the Permanent President of the Progressive Party since 2020. She was also the former Member of the National Assembly from 2012 to 2014. A former activist, ...

                                               

The Queens Bishop

The Queens Bishop is an Australian TV play. It aired on the ABC as part of Wednesday Theatre. According to a TV Guide listing, the play is "about a family and their relationships to one another".

                                               

ABCC

ABCC can mean: Office of the Australian Building and Construction Commissioner, a former Australian Government agency that existed from 2005-12 The Association of British Chambers of Commerce, since 1996 known as the British Chambers of Commerce ...

                                               

JTB

JTB may refer to: Journal of Theoretical Biology, a scientific journal Justified true belief, a philosophical definition of knowledge John the Baptist died circa 30, Jewish preacher and ascetic JTB software, a preprocessor that produces JavaCC fi ...

                                               

1979 Epsom Derby

The 1979 Epsom Derby was the 200th annual running of the Derby horse race. It took place at Epsom Downs Racecourse on 6 June 1979. With a prize of £153.980 to the winner, the race value was a significant increase on the £98.410 offered the previo ...

                                               

Ian Strachan (minister)

Ian Strachan is a retired minister from Aberdeen, Scotland in the United Kingdom. He served with the Church of Scotland. He is reported to be the last Scottish missionary in Ghana. He worked with the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, Ghana. He tra ...

                                               

Centre for Sino-Christian Studies

The Centre for Sino-Christian Studies at Hong Kong Baptist University was established on 1 July 2001 with the purpose of promoting studies in Christianity from within Chinese cultural and religious contexts. It is recognized as a theological inst ...

                                               

Quap

The word Quap might refer to: Acronym: Quality Program QUAP for photovoltaics and other sciences a small family remnant of Germanic-Celtic genealogical roots living in North America and NW Germany, the Quap Quapp, Quappe branch thought to be Germ ...

                                               

Das Jahr steht auf der Hohe

Das Jahr steht auf der Hohe is a Christian hymn in German with a text by Detlev Block written in 1978 to an older melody by Johann Steuerlein. In the modern German Catholic hymnal Gotteslob, it appears as GL 465. The hymn departs from nature obse ...

                                               

David Freidel

David Freidel is a U.S. archaeologist who studies the ancient Maya. He is known for his research at El Peru-Waka’ and his books with epigrapher Linda Schele. He is currently Professor at Washington University in Saint Louis. He received his B.A. ...

                                               

Crossley Tatui

Crossley Tatui is a Niuean politician and member of the Niue Assembly. Tatui is a graduate of the University of the South Pacific, with a degree in Public Administration and Accounting. He worked as a public servant, initially as a clerk and then ...

                                               

Eidem

Eidem is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Bjarne Mork Eidem born 1936, Norwegian politician Thomas Eidem born 1859, Norwegian schoolteacher and politician Odd Eidem 1913–1988, Norwegian writer, journalist and literary critic Kn ...

                                               

First inauguration of George Washington

The first inauguration of George Washington as the first President of the United States was held on Thursday, April 30, 1789 on the balcony of Federal Hall in New York City, New York. The inauguration marked the commencement of the first four-yea ...