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Heda Čechova

Heda Čechova was a Czech television anchorwoman, radio presenter, and politician. She later served as a member of the Czech National Council for the Civic Forum from 1990 until 1992 following the Velvet Revolution and Czechoslovakias transition t ...

CSDP (disambiguation)

Czech Social Democratic Party, a social-democratic political party in the Czech Republic Common Sense for Drug Policy, a think tank founded by American lawyer Kevin Zeese Center for the Study of Democratic Politics at the Woodrow Wilson School of ...

DDS

DDS may refer to: Doctor of Dental Surgery, academic degree for dentists De Danske Skytteforeninger, founded in 1862 and was Denmarks oldest sports organization until the merger with the Danish Gymnastics and Sports Associations in 2013

DIB

Danish International Brigade, a Danish military brigade Director of Intelligence Bureau India, head of the premier intelligence agency of India Dubai Islamic Bank, an Islamic bank based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates Diyanet Isleri Baskanlığı, th ...

Mind the gap (disambiguation)

Mind the gap is a common safety announcement on the London Underground railway system and other train and subway systems, warning of a gap between the platform and train. Mind the gap may also refer to:

Disability in Egypt

Estimates of the prevalence of disability in Egypt have ranged from 1.8% to 11%. Egypt ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities on 10 April 2008. The Egyptian constitution of 2014 guarantees a range of rig ...

Saad Z. Nagi

Saad Z. Nagi was an American sociologist. whose 1965 framework and subsequent research in the field of disability continues to underlie current U.S. disability policy, including the Americans with Disabilities Act In 1976, Nagi testified before t ...

Kamel el-Telmissany

Kamel el-Telmissany was an Egyptian artist and filmmaker most commonly associated with the Cairo-based Art et Liberte Group. He was one of the groups founding members along with Georges Henein and Ramses Younan. His nephew is the famed Egyptian c ...

S10

Rans S-10 Sakota, aerobatic aircraft Chevrolet S-10, a pickup truck Stemme S10, a self-launching sailplane Yamaha XTZ 750, Super Tenere S10 Nissan Silvia, second generation of the car

S9

Prussian S 9, a 1908 German steam-locomotive class S9 ZVV, an S-Bahn line in the cantons of Zurich and Zug in Switzerland Sri Lanka Railways S9, a diesel multiple-unit train S9, a Stadtbahn Karlsruhe line S9 Berlin, an S-Bahn line S9 Milan suburb ...

Halys

Halys may refer to: Halys genus, a genus of stink bugs Health-adjusted life years HALYs, a type of disability-adjusted life year which are used in attempts to quantify the burden of disease or disability in populations Gloydius halys, also known ...

DLF

DLF may refer to: Liberal Peoples Party Norway, a political party created in 1992 Derby Lunatic Fringe a football hooligan firm based in Derby, England Deed in lieu of foreclosure, a deed instrument in which a mortgagor conveys all interest in a ...

Disorder

Disorder medicine, a functional abnormality or disturbance Mental disorder or psychological disorder, a psychological pattern associated with distress or disability that occurs in an individual and is not a part of normal development or culture C ...

T32

T32 may refer to: T32 classification, a disability sport classification for disability athletics General Aviation Design Bureau T-32 Maverick, Ukrainian ultralight trike under development by the General Aviation Design Bureau of Ukraine T32 heavy ...

T34

T34 may refer to: Pratt & Whitney T34, turboprop aero engine Frostbite with tissue necrosis ICD-10 code T34 T34 microprocessor, a z80 compatible Zilog microprocessor Beechcraft T-34 Mentor, a 1953 U.S. military trainer aircraft T34 Calliope, a 19 ...

T20

T20 T.20, T 20 or T-20 may refer to: Prussian T 20, a 1922 German ten-coupled 2-10-2 tank steam locomotive Twenty20, a twenty over per team form of cricket T20 Medium Tank, a World War II United States tank T20 classification, a disability athlet ...

Provident

Provident may refer to: Entertainment Provident Label Group, a music label Provident, a Hungarian subsidiary of International Personal Finance Financial companies Provident Financial plc, a financial group based in Bradford, England focusing on t ...

Helga Jonsdottir

Helga Jonsdottir is a professor in nursing at the Faculty of Nursing in the School of Health Sciences at the University of Iceland and Academic Chair of Nursing Care for Chronically Ill Adults in a joint position at Landspitali the National Unive ...

Yayasan

Yayasan may refer to: Yayasan Kemanusiaan Ibu Pertiwi, Indonesian Non Profit Organisation dedicated to health and education programs for the needy in Bali Kolej Yayasan Saad KYS, a private, fully residential school at Ayer Keroh, Melaka, Malaysia ...

ID

ID, Id, id or I.D. may refer to: Identity document, any document used to verify a persons identity Identifier, a symbol which uniquely identifies an object or record

Dede Koswara (Tree Man)

Dede Koswara, also known as the "Tree Man", was an Indonesian carpenter who suffered from epidermodysplasia verruciformis, a rare disease that causes the human papillomavirus to grow uncontrollably, leading to the development of warts resembling ...

Amminadab (disambiguation)

Amminadab I of Ammon, king of Ammon in the mid-seventh century B.C. Amminadab Levinas, the son of Emmanuel Levinas Aminadab, the assistant to Aylmer in Nathaniel Hawthornes short story "The Birth-Mark" Izhar, who was also known as Amminadab Ammin ...

Fares Scale of Injuries due to Cluster Munitions

The Fares Scale of Injuries due to Cluster Munitions is an anatomical and neuropsychological classification method to identify and describe injury scales for victims of cluster munitions. It was published in 2013 by Lebanese physicians, Jawad Far ...

NCD

NCD may refer to: Network Computing Devices, a company Naval Construction Division of the U.S. Navy National Center for Digitization Serbia Normalized compression distance National coverage determination, determination of whether US Medicare will ...

Least dangerous assumption

The least dangerous assumption is an inclusive approach to educational policy and pedagogy. It holds that, "in the absence of conclusive data educational decisions should be based on assumptions which, if incorrect, will have the least dangerous ...

Aktau Mountains

On the right Bank of the Ili river, South of the Altyn Emel ridge, sections of multicolored sedimentary layers of Paleogene and Neogene of lake and river origin have been preserved. The length of the mountains is about 30 kilometers. The chalk mo ...

Monakhov gorge

The Monakhovo gorge is a canyon in Kazakhstan. It is so named because in the early 1920s Orthodox schemers hid in caves here from the Bolsheviks. They were huddled in a crevice in the rock where they had built a small Church. But either by someon ...

Kolateral

Kolateral is a studio rap album by Sandata, a group headed by Filipino rap artists and activists BLKD and Calix. It has twelve tracks that offer narratives and socio-political commentary on the Philippine drug war under Philippine President Rodri ...

HDC

Hyundai Development Company, a South Korean engineering and construction company Honeysuckle Development Corporation, a crown agency of NSW, Australia Halal Industry Development Corporation, a Malaysian government agency Historic Districts Counci ...

Ideas (disambiguation)

An idea usually refers to a persons thought or a developed concept. Ideas may also refer to: Ideas: General Introduction to Pure Phenomenology, a book by Edmund Husserl Theory of forms, by Plato, a theory of abstract entities Ideas radio show, a ...

Barakat-Perenthaler syndrome

Barakat-Perenthaler syndrome is a rare neurodevelopmental genetic disorder, presenting with a severe epileptic encephalopathy, developmental delay, Intellectual disability, progressive microcephaly and visual disturbance. It is listed by the stan ...

West Coast District Health Board

The West Coast District Health Board is a district health board with the focus on providing healthcare to the West Coast region of New Zealand.

Tairāwhiti District Health Board

The Tairāwhiti District Health Board, since 2015 branded as Hauora Tairāwhiti, is a district health board with the focus on providing healthcare to the Gisborne region of New Zealand.

Northland District Health Board

The Northland District Health Board is a district health board with the focus on providing healthcare to an area in the upper North Island of New Zealand.

Waikato District Health Board

The Waikato District Health Board is a district health board with the focus on providing healthcare to the Waikato region of New Zealand.

Hutt Valley District Health Board

The Hutt Valley District Health Board is a district health board with the focus on providing healthcare to the cities of Lower Hutt and Upper Hutt in New Zealand.

Whanganui District Health Board

The Whanganui District Health Board is a district health board with the focus on providing healthcare to the Wanganui, Rangitikei, and parts of the Ruapehu districts of New Zealand.

Taranaki District Health Board

The Taranaki District Health Board is a district health board with the focus on providing healthcare to the Taranaki region of New Zealand.

Bay of Plenty District Health Board

The Bay of Plenty District Health Board is a district health board with the focus on providing healthcare to the Bay of Plenty area of New Zealand.

Nelson Marlborough District Health Board

The Nelson Marlborough District Health Board is a district health board with the focus on providing healthcare to the Nelson, Tasman and Marlborough districts of New Zealand.

Hawkes Bay District Health Board

The Hawkes Bay District Health Board is a district health board with the focus on providing healthcare to an area in the Hawkes Bay Region of New Zealand.

Southern District Health Board

The Southern District Health Board is a district health board with the focus on providing healthcare to an area covering the southern half of the South Island of New Zealand.

MidCentral District Health Board

MidCentral District Health Board is a district health board that provides healthcare in the Manawatū region of New Zealand. The DHB covers the Manawatu District, Palmerston North City, Tararua District, Horowhenua District, and the Ōtaki ward of ...

ODI

ODI may refer to: Oswestry Disability Index, a questionnaire for rating the severity of back pain Outcome-Driven Innovation Overseas Development Institute, a UK think tank on international development One Day International, cricket match Outward ...

Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room

Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room is a coalition of over 70 civil society organisations that monitor Nigerias electoral process and elections across the country. Situation Room undertakes regular analysis and dissemination of information on ma ...

Kabir Tukura Ibrahim

Kabir Tukura Ibrahim is a Nigerian politician and legislator currently representing the Zuru/Fakai/Danko-Wasagu/Sakaba Federal Constituency of Kebbi State at the Federal House of Representatives in Nigerian National Assembly. He hails from Zuru, ...

1983 London Marathon

The 1983 London Marathon was the third running of the annual marathon race in London, United Kingdom, which took place on Sunday, 17 April. The elite mens race was won by home athlete Mike Gratton in a time of 2:09:43 hours and the womens race wa ...

SLD

Second-level domain, an Internet domain directly beneath the top-level domain SLD resolution, the basic inference rule used in logic programming Simple learning design 2.0, a specification used to express learning activities Superluminescent diod ...

S14

S14 may refer to: S14 Nissan Silvia, a car model British NVC community S14, a swamps and tall-herb fens community in the British National Vegetation Classification system Rans S-14 Airaile, ultralight aircraft S14 postcode, covering the Gleadless ...

S3

Superman III, a 1983 film based on the DC Comics character S3 Plan, a fictitious program in the Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty video game Expedition to the Barrier Peaks code: S3, a 1980 Dungeons & Dragons adventure module S3 film, the third ...