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SES

Socioeconomic status Stock Exchange of Singapore Single Economic Space or Eurasian Economic Space, a project of economical integration of five post-Soviet states: Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, Armenia, and Kyrgyzstan Scottish Economic Society, a l ...

List of countries by Human Development Index by region

This is a list of countries by the Human Development Index as included in the United Nations Development Programmes Human Development Report organized by continent or other international regions. The Human Development Index is a summary index ass ...

Negres Tempestes (organization)

Negres Tempestes is an anarchist organisation based in the Catalan Countries. The group defends the principle of independence and self-determination, but opposes the creation of new statist institutions, being highly critical of the notion that i ...

Kolal school

The Kolal School has 7 class rooms. As of 2018, the school had 294 students, 127 girls and 167 boys. There were: 30 students in one class in Grade 3 34 students in one class in Grade 6 38 students in one class in Grade 4 35 students in one class ...

Mitslal Afras school

The Mitslal Afras School has seven class rooms. As of 2019, the school had 499 students, 233 girls and 266 boys. There were: 52 students in one class in Grade 8 37 students in one class in Grade 7 45 students in one class in Grade 6 23 students i ...

Vid

Vienna Institute of Demography, a research institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital VID Specialized University, a higher education and research institution in Norway.

Bren (disambiguation)

CZ-805 BREN, a Czech assault rifle created in 2009 Bren Carrier or Universal Carrier, a family of light armoured tracked vehicles built by Vickers-Armstrong

Paper (disambiguation)

Paper magazine, an American monthly fashion and culture magazine Scientific paper Scholarly paper, in academic publishing, a work published in a peer-reviewed journal The Paper newspaper, a 1960s underground newspaper published in East Lansing, M ...

CAS

Czech Academy of Sciences formerly Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic Childrens Aid Society Canada, a Canadian government organization province of Ontario Combined Associated Schools, an association of private schools in Sydney, Australia ...

PCE

Tetrachloroethylene perchloroethylene, widely used in dry-cleaning PCE or eticyclidine, an illegal drug related to PCP Pro-opiomelanocortin converting enzyme, an enzyme Pyrometric cone equivalent, measuring heat in the firing of pottery

CBE (disambiguation)

CBE, ICAO code for Aerocaribe, airline based in Cancun, Mexico. CBE, IATA code for Greater Cumberland Regional Airport. Cross Bronx Expressway, a major freeway in the New York City borough of the Bronx. CBE, Railway code for Coimbatore Junction

List of State Register of Heritage Places in the City of Greater Geraldton

This is a list of State Register of Heritage Places in the City of Greater Geraldton, Western Australia. The State Register of Heritage Places is maintained by the Heritage Council of Western Australia. As of 2020, 733 places are heritage-listed ...

List of schools in Abidjan

Garderie Bebe Calin Groupe Scolaire DUBASS Ecole Les papillons II Plateaux Institut Libanais dEnseignement I.L.E. Groupe scolaire Arc-en-Ciel du Plateau Dokui Insitut LKM de Yopougon Ecole Maternelle La Rosette

Campion

Silene acaulis, or moss campion, a flower found in Eurasia and North America Silene villosa, or Desert Campion. Silene vulgaris, or bladder campion, native to Europe but widespread in North America Flowering plants of the Caryophyllaceae Carnatio ...

List of schools in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn

There are three Diocesan and/or parish high schools under the auspices of the Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens. While the Catholic high schools below may geographically lie within the diocese, most are run independently of it. Brooklyn Bishop Lough ...

Resonance (disambiguation)

Feshbach resonance Resonance particle physics, an isolated particle capable of decay that decays spontaneously Resonance journal, an Indian journal of education Shape resonance Electrical resonance, resonance of electrical potential or current Re ...

UOP

UOP is an initialism that may stand for the following: University of Ottawa Press, publishing house University of petra, in Amman, Jordan User operation prohibition, function in commercial DVDs that prohibits user operation at certain times durin ...

AES

Advanced Encryption Standard, a specification for the encryption of electronic data AES instruction set, an x86 microprocessor architecture addition to accelerate Advanced Encryption Standard Acoustic echo suppressor for echo suppression and canc ...

HRC

Hercules station Amtrak station code, Hercules, California, US South Atlantic Airways ICAO airline code Zhayrem Airport IATA code, Zhayrem, Kazakhstan

Amos Kipngeno Misik

Amos Kipng’eno Misik was born on Thursday 1 May 1958 at Kibugat Village in the present Sigowet Division, Kericho County. He attended Cherwa Primary School in Kisumu County 1967–1973, Agoro Sare High School in Homa Bay County 1974–1977 and Kabiang ...

Celestine Donkor

Donkor was born to the family of Mr and Mrs Akakpo, both from the Volta region of Ghana. She married Mr Donkor with whom she has three daughters. She started her primary school education at St Augustine Preparatory school in Abeka Lapaz and conti ...

MCP

Multispecialty community providers, a development within the English National Health Service Malawi Congress Party, a political party in Malawi Macapa International Airport IATA airport code: MCP, an airport in Brazil Malayan Communist Party 1930 ...

Springer

Springer orca, a wild orca killer whale also known as A73 Welsh Springer Spaniel, a breed of dog English Springer Spaniel, a breed of dog In cattle, a cow or heifer near to calving

PPS

Project for Public Spaces, US nonprofit organization for creating and sustaining public places PPS, the IATA code for the Puerto Princesa International Airport in Palawan, Philippines Premium Packaged Spirits or Pre-Packaged Spirits, a term for a ...

MBS

Mohammad bin Salman born 1985, crown prince of Saudi Arabia, and deputy prime minister known as MbS Mohan Bikram Singh born 1935, Nepalese politician known as MBS

List of beetles of Nepal (Coccinellidae)

The following is a list of Coccinellidae of Nepal, primarily based on Claudio Canepari and San Donato Milaneses "Coccinellidae from the Nepal Himalayas", A.P. Kapurs "Coccinellidae of Nepal", "The Coccinellidae of the Third Mount Everest Expediti ...

List of moths of Nepal (Lasiocampidae)

The following is a list of Lasiocampidae of Nepal. Fifty-six different species are listed. This list is primarily based on Colin Smiths 2010 "Lepidoptera of Nepal", which is based on Toshiro Harutas "Moths of Nepal Vol. 1-6" with some recent addi ...

List of moths of Nepal (Saturniidae)

The following is a list of Saturniidae of Nepal. Twenty-three different species are listed. This list is primarily based on Colin Smiths 2010 "Lepidoptera of Nepal", which is based on Toshiro Harutas "Moths of Nepal Vol. 1-6" with some recent add ...

List of moths of Nepal (Uraniidae)

The following is a list of moths of the family Uraniidae of Nepal. Twenty-three different species are listed. This list is primarily based on Colin Smiths 2010 "Lepidoptera of Nepal", which is based on Toshiro Harutas "Moths of Nepal Vol. 1-6" wi ...

List of moths of Nepal (Bombycidae)

The following is a list of Bombycidae of Nepal. Fifteen different species are listed. This list is primarily based on Colin Smiths 2010 "Lepidoptera of Nepal", which is based on Toshiro Harutas "Moths of Nepal Vol. 1-6" with some recent additions ...

List of bugs of Nepal (Scutelleridae)

The following is a list of bugs of the family Scutelleridae of Nepal. Seventeen different species are listed. This list is primarily based on V.K. Thapas 2000 "An Inventory of Nepals Insects" and Samudra Lal Joshis 2001 "Reference Insects of Nepa ...

List of beetles of Nepal (Carabidae: Paussinae)

The following is a list of beetles of subfamily Paussinae of the family Carabidae of Nepal. Sixteen different species are listed. This list is primarily based on Peter Nagels 2018 "Flanged Bombardier Beetles of Nepal Insecta: Coleoptera: Carabida ...

API (disambiguation)

Australian Pharmaceutical Industries AmeriStat Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a US-based international wholesaler and exporter of pharmaceuticals and medical supplies Automated Precision, Inc., an American advanced metrology solutions company Automated P ...

CIG

Cambridge Information Group, a privately held global investment firm focusing on information services, education and technology Central Intelligence Group, the predecessor to the Central Intelligence Agency, active between 1946 and 1947 CIG, New ...

Madinah (disambiguation)

Madinah means city in Arabic, مدينة. Al Madinah with the definite article Al, is related to the Muslim holy city of Medina, or al-Madīnah, longer name, in Arabic المدينة المنوّرة Al-Madīnah al-Munawwarah). Al Madinah, or Al Madinah Region, or Mad ...

Nine Little Piano Pieces

Nine Little Piano Pieces, Sz. 82, BB 90 is a collection of short pieces for piano by Hungarian composer Bela Bartok. It was completed in 1926.

List of presidents of Jubaland

This is a list of Presidents of Jubaland, a Federated state that is part of the Federal Republic of Somalia. The President of Jubaland is an executive head of state: the President functions as the head of state, and is elected by Jubaland legisla ...

Shah Sulaimān Nūri

Shah Suleman Noori Hazoori was a 16th-century scholar, saint and Sufi of Qadiriyya silsila in the subcontinent that became modern day Pakistan. His spirtual teacher was Shah Maroof Khushabi.

Explorers Guide to Wildemount

Explorers Guide to Wildemount is a sourcebook that details the continent of Wildemount from the Critical Role campaign setting for the 5th edition of the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game. Matthew Mercer, creator of the setting, said t ...

NC

Nathan Connolly, lead guitarist for Snow Patrol Nostalgia Critic, the alter ego of Internet comedian Doug Walker from That Guy with the Glasses Naga Chaitanya, an Indian Telugu film actor; sometimes nicknamed by the initials of his first and midd ...

Sith (disambiguation)

Bean sith, another term for banshees Baobhan sith, a spirit vampire, and the Leanan sidhe, a Manx counterpart Sìth, Scottish Gaelic semi-deities, spirits and fairies Daoine Sìth or Aos Si, Scottish fairies Cu Sìth, a spirit dog sometimes known as ...

Visual ethnography

Visual ethnography seeks to provoke a deeper reflexive engagement in the ethnographic search for meaning and understanding in educational processes. There are many methods available to conduct visual ethnography. Visual ethnography is a research ...

Kriza Janos Ethnographic Society

The Kriza Janos Ethnographic Society is a 1990 founded ethnographical research institute from Cluj, Romania. Its objective is to serve as professional representation of the ethnic Hungarian ethnographers from Romania, and to provide an institutio ...

K.P. Jayasankar

K.P. Jayasankar is a documentary filmmaker and researcher who lives in Mumbai. He is currently Professor at the School of Media and Cultural Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences. Jointly with Anjali Monteiro, he has over thirty-five documen ...

SCCS

SCCS may refer to any of the following: In computing: Switching Control Center System, an Operations Support System used by telephone companies from the 1970s to 1990s Source Code Control System, a method of controlling software versions Southern ...

Judith MacDougall

Judith MacDougall is an American visual anthropologist and documentary filmmaker, who has made over 20 ethnographic films in Africa, Australia and India. For many of the films, she worked with her husband, David MacDougall, also an anthropologist ...

Differentiation

Differentiation economics, the process of making a product different from other similar products Product differentiation, in marketing Differentiated service, a service that varies with the identity of the consumer or the context in which the ser ...

Rector

Rector ecclesiastical, a cleric who functions as an administrative leader in some Christian denominations Rector of the University of Edinburgh Rector academia, a senior official in an educational institution Rector Ragusa, an official in the gov ...

William Shakespeare (disambiguation)

William Shakespeare singer 1948–2010, stage name of Australian singer John Stanley Cave William Geoffrey Shakespeare 1927–1996, 2nd Baronet Shakespeare of Lakenham, general practitioner in Aylesbury William Shakespear explorer 1878–1915, explorer ...

Richard Hoffman

Richard Hofman may refer to: Richard Hoffmann born 1978, Hungarian footballer Richard Hofmann composer 1844–1918, German composer and pedagogue who worked in Leipzig Richard H. Hoffmann 1887–1967, American psychiatrist Richard Hofmann 1906–1983, ...