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Ben Miller (disambiguation)

Ben Miller is an English comedian and actor. Ben or Benjamin Miller may also refer to: Ben Miller, better known by his stage name Wrekonize, British-American rapper, member of hip-hop group ¡Mayday! Benjamin Miller figure skater born 1983, Americ ...

Brian Miller

Brian Miller may refer to: Brian D. Miller attorney, American attorney Brian Miller musician, musician in the band Isotope Brian Miller actor born 1941, British actor Brian Miller footballer 1937–2007, former professional footballer and England i ...

Dan Miller

Dan Miller may refer to: Dan Miller, a character in The Thick of It Dan Miller sportscaster born 1963, radio announcer for the Detroit Lions and Sports Director at WJBK in Detroit Dan Miller Pennsylvania politician born 1973, member of the Pennsy ...

Don Miller

Don Miller or Donald Miller may refer to: Don Miller, producer of movies such as White Men Cant Jump Don Miller, former president of Penske Racing Don Miller Tennessee politician, member of the Tennessee House of Representatives Donald R. Miller ...

Joshua Miller

Josh Miller baseball born 1978, American baseball coach Josh Miller American football born 1970, American football punter Josh Miller field hockey in 2013 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup Josh Miller rugby league born 1983, Australian rugby league footballer

Ray Miller

Ray Miller may refer to: Ray Miller Ohio legislator born 1949, former Democratic member of the Ohio Senate and the Ohio House of Representatives Ray Miller first baseman 1888–1927, infielder in Major League Baseball Ray Miller singer born 1941, G ...

Mymensingh Palli Bidyut Samity-1

Mymensingh Palli Bidyut Samity-1 is a rural electrification organization. It is one of the power distribution organization in Mymenssingh. Mymensingh Palli Bidyut Samity-1 is a subsidiary organization of Rural Electrification Board.

SRR

SRR can stand for: Serine racemase, an enzyme encoded by the SRR gene Short Range Radar for cars Sierra Blanca Regional Airport, Ruidoso, New Mexico, US, IATA Code Special Reconnaissance Regiment of UK Special Forces Savannah River Remediation, i ...

Yucca (disambiguation)

Yucca is a genus in the plant family Asparagaceae containing species commonly known as yuccas. Yucca may also refer to: Hesperoyucca whipplei, a species of flowering plant closely related to, and formerly usually included in, the genus Yucca

SPSA

SPSA can refer to: Somerset Prostate Support Association, a UK charity providing support to men who have prostate problems including prostate cancer and support to their families Scottish Police Services Authority, a public body of the Scottish G ...

Workers and Peasants Communist Party

The Egyptian Workers and Peasants Communist Party was a communist party in Egypt, active between 1946 and 1958. The party originated as a clandestine cell, using the name Popular Vanguard for Liberation Arabic: الطليعة الشعبية للتحرير ‎ or Tasht ...

Adrian Zenz

Adrian Zenz is a German anthropologist known for his studies on Xinjiang re-education camps. He is a lecturer in social research methodology at the European School of Culture and Theology and a senior fellow in China studies at the Victims of Com ...

Stuka (disambiguation)

Stuka, a German contraction of Sturzkampfflugzeug, usually refers to the German Junkers Ju 87 dive bomber of World War II. Stuka or Stukas may also refer to:

New Russia (disambiguation)

New Russia or Novorossiya, was a historical region in the Southeastern Ukraine and European part of Russia. New Russia or Novorossiya may also refer to: Novorossiya confederation, a proposed confederation of separatist entities in Ukraine Novoros ...

George Hardy

George Hardy may refer to: George Hardy communist 1884–1966, English communist George Francis Hardy 1855–1914, British actuary and amateur astronomer George Hardy Tuskegee Airman born June 8, 1925 African-American Tuskegee Airmen. W. G. Hardy 189 ...

Christian Smith

Christian Smith may refer to: Christian Smith DJ, Swedish DJ and producer Christen Smith 1785–1816, Norwegian naturalist whose name is sometimes spelled Christian Smith or Chretien Smith Christian Smith sociologist born 1960, American professor a ...

Left Alliance

The Left Alliance is the name of a number of left wing political parties around the world. These include: Leeds Left Alliance, now part of the Alliance for Green Socialism Left Alliance Finland Left Alliance Australia, an Australian student movem ...

Marxist–Leninist Communist Party

The Marxist–Leninist Communist Party may refer to one of several organisations: Communist Party of Bolivia Marxist–Leninist Communist Party of Iceland Marxist–Leninist Communist Party of Nepal Unified Marxist–Leninist Marxist–Leninist Communist P ...

Marxist–Leninist Party

Marxist–Leninist Party may refer to any Marxist–Leninist political party or: Marxist–Leninist Party of Germany Marxist–Leninist Party, USA Marxist–Leninist Party of Quebec Marxist–Leninist Party of Ukraine Italian Marxist–Leninist Party Marxist–L ...

Communist Party of Germany (disambiguation)

Communist Party of Germany is a name that has been and is being used by several Communist organizations in Germany. Communist Party of Germany/Marxists–Leninists KPD/ML, a West German Maoist group existing from 1968 to 1986 Communist Party of Ger ...

GM VSS platforms

Vehicle Set Strategy, commonly shortened to VSS, is the name applied to a series of four automotive platforms in use by General Motors for their vehicles as part of an effort to consolidate their platform usage for the present and future. Current ...

Platform 0

Platform 0 is a platform number at various railway stations around the world, particularly in the United Kingdom. It is usually a result of constructing a new platform next to the existing platform 1. To avoid having to renumber and replace signa ...

Lithuanian partisans (disambiguation)

The Lithuanian partisans can refer to various irregular military units in different historical periods active in Lithuania against foreign invaders and occupiers: Lithuanian guerrilla troops during the Lithuanian–Soviet War Lithuanian partisans 1 ...

Guinea–Senegal border

The Guinea–Senegal border is 363 km in length and runs from the tripoint with Guinea-Bissau in the west to the tripoint with Mali in the east.

Gambia–Senegal border

In the north-west, the border starts at the Atlantic coast at Jinnak Creek, and then proceeds eastwards via a straight line. Just to the west of the Gambian town of Ngeyen Sanjal the border proceeds to roughly parallel the north bank of the Gambi ...

Arbeiter-Zeitung

Arbeiter-Zeitung may refer to several newspapers: Kommunistische Arbeiter-Zeitung, the newspaper of the Communist Workers Party of Germany Allegemeiner Arbeiter Zeitung, the German-language edition of the Hungarian Altalanos Munkas ujsag Schlesis ...

Undzer shtime (Vilna)

Undzer sthime was a Yiddish language newspaper published from Vilna 1918-1920. It was published as a monthly August-November 1918. On December 6, 1918, as the German army was retreating out of the city and with the Red Army approaching, it was co ...

Tertre

Tertre may refer to: People: Estienne du Tertre mid-16th century, a French composer Jean-Baptiste Du Tertre born 1610, French blackfriar and botanist Places: Place du Tertre, square in XVIIIe arrondissement of Paris Le Tertre-Saint-Denis, village ...

Eighth Army

Eighth Army may refer to: Eighth Army Ottoman Empire 8th Guards Army Soviet Union 8th Army Wehrmacht, a German unit in World War II 8th Guards Army Russia Eighth Army Italy 8th Army Russian Empire, a unit in World War I Eighth Route Army, a Chine ...

Twelfth Army

12th Army Soviet Union, a unit of the Soviet Army 12th Army Russian Empire, a unit in World War I 12th Army RSFSR, a Red Army unit in the Russian Civil War

First Army

1st Army France 1st Army Austria-Hungary First Polish Army 1920 First Army Romania First Army Greece First Army Hungary First United States Army 1st Army Kingdom of Yugoslavia First Allied Airborne Army First Army Turkey First Australian Army Fir ...

Second Army

2nd Army Russian Empire, fought at Tannenberg in 1914 2nd Red Banner Army, a Soviet field army of World War II 2nd Army RSFSR, fought in the Russian Civil War

Mars Red

Mars Red is an upcoming Japanese anime television series produced by Signal.MD. It is based on a stage reading play written by Bunō Fujisawa. The series is scheduled to premiere in 2021.

MLN

MLN may refer to: Mesenteric lymph nodes Modern Language Notes, a journal of European literature My Lego Network, a social network owned by Lego, see Lego#Official website the IATA code for Melilla Airport, serving Melilla, Spain A U.S based R&am ...

Balidaan (1997 film)

Balidaan is a 1997 Nepali historical drama film, directed by Tulsi Ghimire, and written by Modanath Prasrit. It was produced by Shyam Sapkota under the banner of Cinema Nepal. The film is set in Panchayat era Nepal, and depicts a fictionalised ve ...

Indian stock exchange

List of Indian stock exchange may refer to one of the 9 official operating stock and commodity exchanges in India as listed by SEBI or the numerous defunct ones.

BID

Bidding, making a price offer in an auction, stock exchange, or card games Bid, in a financial market, the price a market maker will buy a commodity at to buy a product in such a way; see bid-offer spread Bid price, a price offered for a good by ...

Raschke

Raschke may refer to: Jorge Raschke, Puerto Rican Pentecostal pastor Linda Bradford Raschke, commodities and futures trader and President of LBRGroup, Inc. Baron von Raschke, retired professional wrestler Kimmie Raschke, the daughter of Rev. Jorg ...

Ron Leshinski

Ron Leshinski is a former tight end who played in the National Football League. He played college football at the United States Military Academy.

Arabella Advisors

Arabella Advisors is a Washington, D.C based for-profit company that advises left-leaning donors and nonprofits about where to give money and serves as the hub of a well-funded politically liberal "dark money" network. It was founded by former Cl ...

Dolerme

Dolerme is a song by Spanish singer and songwriter Rosalia. It was released through Sony and Columbia Records on 24 March 2020. The song release was supported by a lyric video which shows a cartoon picture of the singer and her pet chihuahua lyin ...

Susan Paul Vashon

Susan Paul Smith Vashon was an American educator, abolitionist and clubwoman. Vashon was active in helping soldier and refugees during the Civil War. She was part of the Underground Railroad. She was also a teacher and a principal. Vashon helped ...

Tiflis Geographical Society

Tiflis Geographical Society was a late-19th century, early-20th century geography society in Russia that was associated with progressive, liberal causes. It was organized in Tbilisi, Russia, but became known in English circles as the "Tiflis Geog ...

Chickentown, Pennsylvania

Chickentown is an unincorporated community in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, United States. Chickentown is located at the junction of Hanoverville Road and Pennsylvania Route 512. The name "Chickentown" originated from the several poultry farm ...

Fort Independence

Fort Independence is the name of several forts in the United States: Fort Independence Colorado, frontier trading post near present-day Pueblo, Colorado Fort Independence New York, Revolutionary War fort at Peekskill, NY Fort Independence Vermont ...

MusicMagpie

musicMagpie was founded in Stockport in 2007 by Steve Oliver and Walter Gleeson, both with previous experience of the music industry. The company was originally based in Olivers garage, buying only CDs. As of February 2017, it had 1000 employees, ...

Goodman Department Store

Goodman Department Stores was a retail chain in Pictou County, Nova Scotia. It operated 34 departments between 1904 and 1985.The store was founded by European Brothers Harry and Sol Goodman and Harrys in-laws the Vinebergs of Quebec from the proc ...

The Chuck Woolery Show

The Chuck Woolery Show was an American talk show that was hosted by television personality Chuck Woolery, with Randy West serving as the programs announcer. The program was launched in broadcast syndication on September 16, 1991, and ran until De ...

Afsin-Elbistan C power station

Afsin-Elbistan C is a planned 1800 MW coal-fired power station which may be built in Turkey. The three units of 600 MW are reported to be under construction in Afsin in Kahramanmaras Province for the state-owned generating company. Estimated to c ...

Peter Heller

Peter Heller may refer to: Peter Heller, producer of the 2006 film Dreamland Peter Heller, author of the 2012 novel The Dog Stars Peter W. Heller born 1957, German politician, environmental scientist, and venture philanthropist Peter Heller acade ...