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Electricity Act

Electricity Act may refer to: Electricity Supply Act 1926, an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom Electric Lighting Acts 1882 to 1909, Acts of the Parliament of the United Kingdom Electricity Supply Act 1919, an Act of the Parliament of t ...

                                               

I Would Like to See You Again (song)

I Would Like to See You Again is a song written by Charlie Craig and Larry T. Atwood. Kenny Rogers recorded it for his first solo album Love Lifted Me, produced by Larry Butler for United Artists Records. The album, released in 1976, turned out, ...

                                               

I Will Rock and Roll with You

I Will Rock and Roll with You is a song written and originally recorded by Johnny Cash for his 1978 album Gone Girl. Cash wrote two songs for the album, one of them being "I Will Rock and Roll with You," a rockedup retelling of his Memphis origin ...

                                               

UPV

Union Popular Venezolana, a Venezuelan political party. Ulster Protestant Volunteers Republic of Upper Volta, former name of the African country currently known as Burkina Faso.

                                               

Girdharilal Mahiya

Girdharilal Mahiya is an Indian politician, elected member from the Dungargarh constituency of Rajasthan. He is a member of the 15th Legislative Assembly of Rajasthan. He is a member of the Communist Party of India.

                                               

Gone Girl (Johnny Cash song)

Gone Girl is a song written by Jack Clement and originally recorded by Johnny Cash, giving its title to Cashs album Gone Girl that appeared in December 1978. Cash recorded this song with producer Larry Butler on May 4, 1978, later returning to wo ...

                                               

Antaios (magazine)

Antaios was a German cultural magazine published from 1959 to 1971 by Ernst Klett Verlag and edited by Mircea Eliade and Ernst Junger. It had a conservative orientation and promoted perennial philosophy and the study of archetypes.

                                               

List of state parties of the Bharatiya Janata Party

The Bharatiya Janata Party, also commonly called the BJP, is one of the two major contemporary political parties in India, the other being the Indian National Congress. Founded by Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Lal Krishna Advani in 1980, it dominates ...

                                               

2019 Alaska ferry workers strike

The 2019 Alaska ferry workers strike was a labor strike involving workers on the Alaska Marine Highway. Starting July 24, the strike involved over 400 members of the Inlandboatmens Union of the Pacific, with the main causes of the strike being is ...

                                               

Ted Gozzard

Hedley Gozzard was a British yacht designer and builder. Gozzard was raised in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, where he apprenticed as a carpenter-joiner and gradually earned his journeyman’s papers in boat building, masonry and carpentry. G ...

                                               

SLED

Superluminescent diode The SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop operating system Single Large Expensive Disk, term used contrasting with a Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks RAID

                                               

R. R. Bhatnagar

Rajiv Rai Bhatnagar is a retired Indian Police Service-1983 batch officer of the Uttar Pradesh cadre. Served in different capacities in the various state and central law enforcement organisations, Bhatnagar received the Presidents Police Medal fo ...

                                               

Chris Myers (disambiguation)

Chris or Christopher Myers may also refer to: Christopher Myers, author and illustrator of childrens books Christopher "Chris" Myers, a fictional character in The Promise 2016 Chris Myers footballer born 1969, English former professional football ...

                                               

Zinebi - Bilbao International Documentary and Short Film Festival

ZINEBI, also known as the Bilbao International Festival of Documentary and Short Films, is an annual international film festival that has been held in Bilbao since 1959. it dedicated to documentary, animations and other short film forms. It is th ...

                                               

Rokujō

the Rokujō family, a poetically conservative faction in the Japanese Imperial court Miyuki Rokujō, a fictional character in Strawberry Panic! - see List of Strawberry Panic! characters Lady Rokujō, a character in the Tale of Genji Emperor Rokujō, ...

                                               

WIFE-FM (Indianapolis)

WIFE-FM was a radio station broadcasting on 107.9 FM in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Owned and operated by the Star Stations group for most of its history, it broadcast from October 22, 1961, to September 2, 1976.

                                               

Arun Chaturvedi

Dr. Arun Chaturvedi is an India politician of Bharatiya Janata Party in 2013 Rajasthan Legislative Assembly election and has been minister of Social Justice and Empowerment, General Administration, Motor Garage, Minority Affairs, Printing and Sta ...

                                               

Stephenson House

Stephenson House may refer to: in Australia Gordon Stephenson House, an office building in Perth, Australia in Canada Stephenson House University of Toronto in the United States Stephenson-Campbell House, Cecil, Pennsylvania, NRHP-listed Aday-Ste ...

                                               

Andrew Levey

Andrew Levey is an American nephrologist who transformed Chronic Kidney Disease research, clinical practice, and public health by leading the global standardization of chronic kidney disease definition and staging centered around Renal function.

                                               

Robots of Stanislaw Lem

Robots of Stanislaw Lem are best known from writers series Fables for Robots, written in the grotesque form of folk fairy tales, set in the universe populated by robots. In this universe there are robot kings, robot peasants, robot knights, robot ...

                                               

Park Eunha

Park Eunha or Enna Park is a South Korean diplomat currently serving as the South Korean Ambassador to the UK since her appointment by President Moon Jae-in August 2018 - the first woman to assume the post and first female diplomat to represent K ...

                                               

IAAC

IAAC is an abbreviation that could stand for the following: International Assets Holding Corporation, a Fortune 500 integrated commodity risk management company whose NASDAQ identifier is IAAC Irish American Athletic Club, an athletic club in the ...

                                               

Language H

Language H is a proprietary, procedural programming language created by NCR based on COBOL. The first compiler was developed in August 1962 to run on the National-Elliott 405M and produce object code for the National-Elliott 803B. It is believed ...

                                               

DOS 2

DOS 2 or DOS-2 may refer to: Atari DOS 2.0 for the Atari 8-bit family A failed Soviet space station DOS-2, part of the Salyut programme It may also refer to versions of the Microsoft MS-DOS family: MS-DOS 2.11, Microsoft internal version in 1983 ...

                                               

Grand Gala du Disque

The Grand Gala du Disque was an annual Dutch gala sponsored by local record companies. There were two separate events, the Grand Gala du Disque Classique for classical music and the Grand Gala du Disque Populaire for popular music. The Grand Gala ...

                                               

Severn Bridge (disambiguation)

Severn Bridge may refer to: Bridges: Severn Bridge, the first road bridge built over the Severn Estuary between England and Wales Second Severn Crossing Severn Bridge railway station Severn Railway Bridge, known as the Severn Bridge until 1964 Se ...

                                               

Saint-François, Quebec

Saint-François, Quebec may refer to: Saint-François-de-lIle-dOrleans, known simply as Saint-François until December 2003 Saint-François, Laval, Quebec, a district of Laval, Quebec that was an independent city before 1965 Saint-François-Xavier-de- ...

                                               

Cameco (disambiguation)

Cameco can mean several things: Cameco Corporation is the worlds largest publicly traded uranium company, based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Cameco Industries, a company specializing in sugarcane equipment, including sugarcane harvesters and tracto ...

                                               

Winter Blues

The winter blues is another name for seasonal affective disorder Winter Blues may refer to: "Winter Blues", B-side of "Christmas Baby Please Come Home" 1965 Winter Blues, book by Norman E. Rosenthal "Winter Blues", 1927 song by Madlyn Davis Winte ...

                                               

The Final Beast

The untimely death of Franny Nicolet leaves behind her grieving husband, Theodore, and their two children. A minister, living in Myron, New England, Nicolet struggles on with the overwhelming tasks of raising his children and caring for his paris ...

                                               

Hauraki (disambiguation)

Hauraki may refer to the following in New Zealand: Radio Hauraki, a radio network Hauraki-Waikato, a Māori electorate from 2008 Hauraki, a suburb of North Shore, Auckland Hauraki Gulf, a coastal feature of the northern North Island Hauraki New Ze ...

                                               

Clarksville

Clarksville, Maryland Clarksville, Illinois Clarksville, Idaho Clarksville, Arkansas Clarksville, Pennsylvania Clarksville, Florida Clarksville, Indiana, in Clark County Clarksville, Delaware Clarksville, Michigan Clarksville, Oklahoma Clarksvill ...

                                               

Harper

in Canada Harper Islands, Nunavut Harper, Prince Edward Island In the United States Harper, Texas Harper, Kansas Harper, Indiana Harper, former name of Costa Mesa, California in Orange County, California Harper, Oregon Harper, Ross County, Ohio H ...

                                               

Beaupre

Beaupre or Beaupre may refer to: Beaupre Hall, a former home of the Beaupres in Outwell, Norfolk, England, demolished in 1966 Old Beaupre Castle, a ruined castle near Cowbridge, Wales. Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre, a Roman Catholic sanctuar ...

                                               

San Ruffillo Madonna

The San Ruffillo Madonna is a c.1514 fresco fragment by Pontormo, originally in the San Ruffillo church in Florence. An early work by the artist, produced soon after finishing his training Andrea del Sartos studio, it is now owned by the Accademi ...

                                               

Salvatore Pica

Salvatore Pica is an Italian art and design entrepreneur. He is one of the first cultural operators to promote design and contemporary art culture in post-war southern Italy.

                                               

FrontRunners

The FrontRunners were a group of 10 Indigenous athletes who were torchbearers at the 1967 Pan American Games. The members of the group were Charlie Nelson, Dave Courchene Jr., Patrick Bruyere, Charles Bittern, William Chippaway, Fred Harper, Will ...

                                               

Apsey

Apsey may refer to: People Len Apsey 1910–1967, Welsh professional association football player Apsey, a variant of the Russian male first name Avsey Places Apsey Cove, formerly Apsey Cove Point, Newfoundland and Labrador Apsey Beach, fishing sett ...

                                               

Amjad Qursha

Amjad Qursha Jordanian Islamic preacher and a professor at the University of Jordan. He is specialized in comparative religion and Western Islamic Relations. He graduated from the University of Birmingham in UK. Qourshah became famous for his rem ...

                                               

Peter Mullins (art director)

Peter Mullins is a former art director. He was active in British cinema and television production from the 1940s until the 1970s. He was married to the actress Jennifer Jayne. His television worked included designing the sets for numerous episode ...

                                               

The Gorge

The Gorge can refer to the following: The Gorge album, a live album by the Dave Matthews Band from The Gorge Amphitheatre The Gorge Amphitheatre, a concert venue in George, Washington, United States of America Live at the Gorge 05/06, a live box ...

                                               

FHA

FHA may refer to: Forkhead-associated domain Fraser Health Authority, a publicly funded health care Regions in British Columbia, Canada Federal Housing Administration, a United States government agency Fair Housing Act, part of the United States ...

                                               

Savane River (Caldwell River tributary)

The Savane River flows through the southern part of the Gaspe peninsula, crossing the municipalities of Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha!, The sector of Cabano of the city of Temiscouata-sur-le-Lac and the municipality of Saint-Pierre-de-Lamy, in the Temisc ...

                                               

Stroud Lake (Oklahoma)

Stroud Lake is a reservoir in Creek County, Oklahoma, United States about 4.6 miles from Stroud, Oklahoma. According to AnglerHub, the lake was built in 1968. The lake was formally named "Salt Camp Creek Watershed Dam No. 12" when it was under co ...

                                               

Cachee River (Saint-Maurice River tributary)

The Riviere Cachee is a tributary of the Saint-Maurice River, flowing on the north bank of the Saint Lawrence River, entirely in the town of Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel, in the Les Chenaux Regional County Municipality, in the administrative region ...

                                               

Switched-On

Switched-On may refer to: Refried Ectoplasm, subtitled Switched On, Volume 2, another compilation album by the same group Switched On, a 1992 post-rock compilation album by Stereolab Aluminum Tunes, subtitled Switched On, Volume 3, yet another co ...

                                               

Ehud Gol

Ehud Gol is an Israeli diplomat who served as ambassador to Italy Malta, San Marino, Spain, Andorra, Albania, Portugal Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and as the Consul General to Rio de Janeiro.

                                               

CJHL

CJHL can refer to any of the following ice hockey leagues in Canada: Canadian Junior Hockey League is the association of Canadian Junior "A" hockey leagues Calgary Junior C Hockey League operating in Calgary, Alberta Central Junior A Hockey Leagu ...

                                               

F-X (Japan)

The F-X is a sixth-generation stealth fighter in development for the Japan Air Self-Defense Force. It is Japans first domestically developed stealth fighter jet and will replace the Mitsubishi F-2 by the mid–2030s. Its development is to also bols ...

                                               

Yuri Yakovlev (writer)

Yuri Khovkin was born on 26 June 1922 in Petrograd. His father Yakov Davidovich Khovkin was an accountant. When the Great Patriotic War began, the family was living in Malaya Vishera at the time. He was drafted into the army in June 1940. He was ...