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Abhisheka Wimalaweera

Suhasini Abhisheka Wimalaweera commonly known as Abhisheka Wimalaweera is a Sri Lankan singer and a film playback singer. She gained recognition as a playback singer after performing in the romantic drama film Wassanaye Sanda, a film directed by ...

                                               

Jason Hickel

Jason Hickel is an anthropologist, author, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He received his PhD in Anthropology from the University of Virginia in 2011 and has taught there and at the London School of Economics, and Goldsmiths, Universi ...

                                               

Berdimuhamed Annayev 1st Specialized Military School

The Berdimuhamed Annayev 1st Specialized Military School is a boarding school of the Armed Forces of Turkmenistan. It is part of the Ministry of Defence and is located at the Military Institute, next to the university buildings. It is one of thre ...

                                               

Judgement 2011

Judgement 2011 was a professional wrestling event promoted by DDT Pro-Wrestling. It took place on March 27, 2011, in Tokyo, Japan, at the Korakuen Hall. It was the fifteenth event under the Judgement name. The event aired domestically on Fighting ...

                                               

Sylvia Namutebi

Sylvia Wilson Namutebi Alibhai is a Ugandan former model and beauty pageant titleholder. She reigned as Miss Uganda in 2011 and represented Uganda at Miss World later that year.

                                               

Q3

Q3 or Q-3 may refer to: Q3, a production duo consisting of Jabari Manwa and Isaiah "Kiko Merley" Merriweather from the group Brockhampton. The code name for the new Queen liner which was planned by Cunard in 1961 to replace the RMS Queen Mary but ...

                                               

Fuck Shit Up

Fuck Shit Up may refer to: In a typical sense, it means to cause destruction, usually public or of another persons property. Or generally "causing a scene". Or messing up somehow or making an error. Music "Fuck Shit Up", alternative title for "Ma ...

                                               

Yonsei-KOICA Masters Degree Program

YONSEI-KOICA Masters Degree Program is a masters degree program for public officials in developing countries jointly run by Yonsei University and KOICA. It aims to contribute to long-term development by enhancing the growth and stability of partn ...

                                               

The Hatch

The Hatch is an annual event organized at Bowling Green State University where 10 student entrepreneurs pitch their business ideas to a panel of alumni investors to secure investment finance from them. The event has a similar format to ABC hit TV ...

                                               

FO Textiles

The General Federation of Textiles, Leather and Hides and Clothing was a trade union representing workers in several related industries in France. The union was founded in 1978, when the Federation of Hides, Leather, and Kindred Trades merged wit ...

                                               

2019–20 wheat flour crisis in Pakistan

The products made out of wheat flour especially roti are a staple in Pakistani diet. Wheat flour is also used to make naans and other forms of bread in Pakistan. It is estimated that 22 million tons of wheat is consumed in Pakistan annually. When ...

                                               

Siemens Viaggio Comfort

Siemens Viaggio Comfort is a brand of locomotive-hauled railroad passenger cars built by Siemens Mobility. The car was designed in the early 2000s and was based on the earler Siemens Viaggio Classic railcars. The railcars were first used in 2008 ...

                                               

Comet SWAN

Comet SWAN usually refers to: C/2020 F8 SWAN It may also refer to other comets named for the SWAN instrument: C/2005 P3 C/2011 Q4 C/1997 K2 C/2015 F3 P/2005 T4 C/2015 C2 C/2012 E2 C/2015 F5 SWAN-XingMing C/2015 P3 C/2004 V13 273P/Pons-Gambart, re ...

                                               

AWT

AWT may stand for: Alternative Waste Treatment, a subset of waste treatment. List of solid waste treatment technologies Armathwaite railway station, England; National Rail station code AWT Aphrodite World Tour, a 2011 concert tour by Australian p ...

                                               

Hime Gal Paradise

Hime Gal Paradise is a Japanese shōjo romance manga series by Akira Wao. It has been published by Shogakukan in Ciao from 2009 to 2012. An original video animation was recorded in the Ciao appendix DVD from February 2011 to May 2012.

                                               

Kevin Eldon Will See You Now

Kevin Eldon Will See You Now is a British comedy show broadcast on BBC Radio 4, currently in its fourth series. It is made by Pozzitive Television, and all 4 series have been produced and directed by David Tyler. It is written by and stars the co ...

                                               

2012–13 Premier League (disambiguation)

2012–13 Premier League may refer to a number of professional sports league seasons: Association football 2012–13 Maltese Premier League 2012–13 Scottish Premier League 2012–13 Israeli Premier League 2012–13 Armenian Premier League 2012–13 Premier ...

                                               

Port of Luanda

The port of Luanda is an Angolan port located in the city of Luanda, the national capital, in the province of Luanda. It is connected to the city center of Luanda and the district of Ingombota. It is located in the Luanda Bay, which is separated ...

                                               

Taipei Economic and Cultural Center in Chennai

The Taipei Economic and Cultural Center in Chennai ; Chinese: 駐清奈辦事處 ; pinyin: Zhù Qīng Nài Bànshì Chù) represents the interests of Taiwan in the southern states and territories of India, functioning as a de facto consulate in the absence o ...

                                               

Popular Front for the Rebirth of Central African Republic

Popular Front for the Rebirth of Central African Republic is a rebel group in the Central African Republic which controls most of the northern part of the country including the prefecture capitals: Bria, Kaga-Bandoro and NDele.

                                               

Central African Patriotic Movement

Central African Patriotic Movement is a rebel group in the Central African Republic based in Kaga-Bandoro which it controls together with FPRC.

                                               

Central Agency for German Schools Abroad

The Central Agency for German Schools Abroad is an agency of the Federal Office of Administration that operates and manages schools for German children outside of Germany. Schools that are a part of the ZfA network serve children of expatriates w ...

                                               

The Signal Fire

The Signal Fire is a song by American metalcore band Killswitch Engage. The song was released as the third single from the album in August 2019. The song features guest vocals from Howard Jones, who was the bands lead vocalist from 2002 to 2012.

                                               

Madras (disambiguation)

Madras is the former name of Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu state in India. Madras may also refer to: Madras State, a state of India till 1968 45575 Madras, a British LMS Jubilee Class locomotive HMIS Madras J237, a WWII ship of the Royal Ind ...

                                               

EPN

EPN may refer to: National Polytechnic School Ecuador Spanish: Escuela Politecnica Nacional, a university in Quito Enterprise private network, an intranet in a large organisation Epsin, a membrane protein Entomopathogenic nematode, thread worm th ...

                                               

Advanced Technology College Mekelle

Advanced Technology College Mekelle is located at Mek’ele, in Tigray region of Northern Ethiopia, at a distance of 783 Kilometers from the Ethiopian capital.

                                               

Matthew B. Thomas

Matthew B. Thomas is an ecology professor and Huck Scholar in the Entomology Department at Pennsylvania State University in the United States. He is also affiliated with the Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics at Penn State.

                                               

Lindsey Greechan

Lindsey Greechan is an international lawn bowls player from Jersey. She became the British singles champion after winning the British Isles Bowls Championships in 2008.

                                               

Ketmen Ridge

The Ketmen Ridge is a mountain range located in southern Kazakhstan, close to the borders of China and Kyrgyzstan. The ridge is within the territory of the Uyghur and Raiymbek districts of the Almaty region. It is located to the east of the Zaili ...

                                               

Korea Stamp Museum

The Korea Stamp Museum opened on April 9, 2012 as part of the centennial celebration of the birth of Kim Il-sung after being upgraded to a museum from an exhibition hall for the Korea Stamp Corporation. The museum closed for renovations in 2018 a ...

                                               

Sonia Tremont

Sonia Tremont is a Luxembourger footballer who plays as a midfielder. She has been a member of the Luxembourg womens national team.

                                               

Estuario do Espirito Santo

The Estuario do Espirito Santo is an estuary on the western bank of Maputo Bay, Mozambique where four rivers flow: the Tembe, Mbuluzi, Matola and Infulene Rivers. Its maximum depth is 11 meters, with the channels dredged. The north bank of this e ...

                                               

Babar Yaqoob Fateh Muhammad

Babar Yaqoob Fateh Muhammad is a retired Pakistani civil servant who serves as chairman of the Federal Land Commission of Pakistan, in office since April 2020. Previously, he served in BPS-22 grade as the Cabinet Secretary of Pakistan, Chief Secr ...

                                               

National Virus Reference Laboratory

The National Virus Reference Laboratory is located in UCD, Dublin, Ireland and is affiliated to the University College Dublin School of Medicine. The NVRL provides a diagnostic and reference service for clinicians in Ireland investigating viral i ...

                                               

Leota Leuluaialii Ituau Ale

Leota Leuluaialii Ituau Ale was a Samoan politician. He was a member of the Legislative Assembly in three spells from 1970 to 1996 and served as Speaker from 1976 to 1979.

                                               

Elisabeth Blunschy

Elisabeth Blunschy was a Swiss politician. She served as the first woman President of the National Council of Switzerland and was one of the first women elected to the National Council of Switzerland.

                                               

Klo

Klo may refer to: Lhoba people of Southeastern Tibet, also known as "Klo" A neighbourhood of Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada KLO may refer to: Kopenhagen Laptop Orchestra KLO KLO AM, a radio station serving Ogden, Utah, US Kamtapur Liberation O ...

                                               

Jomhouria

Jomhouria or Akhbar Al Jomhouria, founded in October 1990, is a large-circulation Arabic-language daily newspaper published in Tunis, Tunisia. The Republic site deals with political, social, sports, cultural and economic information. Founded on O ...

                                               

Eporner.com

Eporner.com is a free adult pornographic video sharing website. It serves user-submitted pornographic videos, webcam models, pornographic photographs, encyclopedia of porn stars. It was one of the first pornographic sites to oppose the introducti ...

                                               

Rough and Rowdy Ways

Rough and Rowdy Ways is the upcoming 39th studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan. The album is scheduled to be released on June 19, 2020, through Columbia Records. It will be Dylans first album of original songs since his 2012 album ...

                                               

Judgement 2012

Judgement 2012 was a professional wrestling event promoted by DDT Pro-Wrestling. It took place on March 11, 2012, in Tokyo, Japan, at the Korakuen Hall. It was the sixteenth event under the Judgement name. The event aired domestically on Fighting ...

                                               

Trans–São Francisco languages

The Trans–São Francisco languages are a proposed grouping of languages within Macro-Jê. They consist of the Krenak, Maxakali, and possibly also the Kamakã families. The Trans–São Francisco group was originally proposed and demonstrated by Nikulin ...

                                               

Wicks N Sticks

Wicks N Sticks began in Houston in 1968, and by 1971 had grown to 18 locations in 11 states. The store offered a range of 23 different scented candles, hand-carved candles from Germany, and hand-carved wooden candle holders from Spain. By 1988, t ...

                                               

Default

Default law, the failure to do something required by law Default finance, failure to satisfy the terms of a loan obligation or failure to pay back a loan Default judgment, is a binding judgment in favor of either party based on some failure to ta ...

                                               

Mehar Posh

Mehar Posh is a 2020 Pakistani romantic drama serial premiered on 3 April 2020 on Geo Entertainment. It is produced by Abdullah Kadwani and Asad Qureshi under 7th Sky Entertainment. It stars Ayeza Khan and Danish Taimoor in their seventh project ...

                                               

One drop

One drop may refer to: One Drop Foundation, a non-profit organization that advocates for equal access to water One-drop rule, a law in the south of the USA before the USA Civil War that stated that a person with any African ancestry was considere ...

                                               

Voices for Indi

Voices for Indi is a community organisation which seeks to promote and expand participatory democracy within the Division of Indi. Voices For Indi has endorsed two independent politicians since 2013, Cathy McGowan and Helen Haines, both of which ...

                                               

C45

C45 or C-45 may refer to: C-45 Expeditor, a military version of the Beechcraft Model 18 aircraft C45 Scaphandre Autonome, vintage scuba equipment Northrop Grumman KC-45, a cancelled air refueling aircraft for the US Air Force Cannabis Act Canada ...

                                               

Gateways

Gateways Star Trek, a 2001 crossover novel series Gateways novel, the seventh volume of the Repairman Jack books by F. Paul Wilson "Gateways", a song by Dimmu Borgir from Abrahadabra Gateways video game, a 2012 action-adventure platformer

                                               

Opportunity

Opportunity, Washington, a former census-designated place, United States Opportunity, Nebraska, an unincorporated community, United States 39382 Opportunity, an asteroid Opportunity, Montana, an unincorporated community, United States