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Boeung Prolit

Boeung Prolit is a sangkat in Prampir Makara Section, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Melanie Brew of the Phnom Penh Post stated that it has an "L" shape, that it is "lush and leafy", and that it is in proximity to Boeung Keng Kang BKK.

Tuol Svay Prey II

Tuol Svay Prey II is a sangkat of Chamkar Mon Section, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. In 2008 the staff of the Phnom Penh post wrote that the area, "on the edge of the city", had an "urban" atmosphere, that it was "close to everything" and that it had "a ...

SSCA

Seven Seas Cruising Association, an international organization for cruisers based in the US State Secretariat of Civil Aviation, the civil aviation agency of Cambodia Springdale School Community Association, of the Springdale School, a building i ...

North Fulton High School

North Fulton High School may refer to: North Fulton High School Georgia - a high school from 1920 to 1991, that merged into North Atlanta High School in the Buckhead section of Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, USA Atlanta International School - a ...

Joseph Lea Gleave

Joseph Lea Gleave was a British-English architect. In 1931, at the age of 23, he won the international architectural competition for the Columbus Lighthouse in Santo Domingo Este, Dominican Republic, a memorial monument that was a tribute to Chri ...

GPS (disambiguation)

GPS navigation device, especially an automotive navigation system Generalized processor sharing, an algorithm to fairly share computer processing time General Problem Solver, a 1959 computer program GNAT Programming Studio, a software development ...

Hugo Lopez-Gatell Ramirez

Hugo Lopez-Gatell Ramirez is a Mexican epidemiologist, author, and infectious diseases expert, who has served as head of the Undersecretariat of Prevention and Health Promotion at the Mexican Secretariat of Health since 2018. Since January 2020, ...

Yrjo Murto

Yrjo Aleksanteri Murto was a Finnish communist politician and trade unionist. Born to a working-class family, Murto became a saw mill worker, and joined both the Finnish Woodworkers Union and the Finnish Communist Party SKP. In 1927, he became pr ...

Notre Dame High School

Notre Dame High School Toronto, Ontario Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School Burlington, Ontario Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School Brampton, Ontario Notre Dame Regional Secondary School, Vancouver, British Columbia Notre Dame College School, W ...

Melchor

Melchor Melchor name Melchor Island in Chile ARM Melchor Ocampo G10, the former American Auk -class minesweeper USS Roselle AM-379; acquired by the Mexican Navy on 1 February 1973; renamed Manuel Gutierrez Zamora P109, 1993; in active service. AR ...

Tawakkul Operation

Tawakkul Operation is the name of an military operation during Iran Iraq War which was launched by Irans army -- plus a number of militaries from Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, and headquarters of irregular wars -- on 10 January 1981. Armors ...

Robert M. Witajewski

Under President George W. Bush, Witajewski served as Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Country Director in Iraq. Between 2002–2005, he served in Nassau, The Bahamas, much of the time he served as Charge daffaires or Chief of M ...

IAG

Individualized Apparel Group, American clothing holding company International Airlines Group, holding company of Aer Lingus, British Airways, Iberia, Level and Vueling International Audio Group, a manufacturer of hi-fi equipment Insurance Austral ...

Malvern

Malvern, Toronto, a neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada Malvern, Gauteng, a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa Malvern, New Zealand, a village now called Sheffield Malvern, Jamaica, a village in the parish of Saint Elizabeth Malvern, Barb ...

Heritage Christian School

Heritage Christian School can mean: Heritage Christian School Florida in Kissimmee, Florida Heritage Christian School Port Macquarie in New South Wales, Australia, and its smaller annex in Kempsey Heritage Christian School Kelowna in Kelowna, Bri ...

Barbara Jordan (disambiguation)

Barbara Jordan was an American politician and civil rights leader. Jordan has had a number of institutions and pieces of artwork named for her, including: Barbara Jordan Career Center Barbara Jordan – Mickey Leland School of Public Affairs Statue ...

Camara Defense

The Camara Defense, also known as Brazilian Defense, is a chess defense created by International Master Helder Camara between the years 1952 and 1953, officially appearing for the first time in 1954, during the IV Centennial of the City of São Pa ...

BWI

BWI may refer to: Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airports IATA code BWI Rail Station, a rail station near the airport BirdWatch Ireland, a conservation organisation British West Indies British West Indies Federations former ...

John Hanson (disambiguation)

John Hanson Liberia died 1860, Liberian senator associated with American Colonization Society John Fletcher Hanson 1840–1910, American industrialist John Hanson English footballer born 1962, English former footballer John Wesley Hanson 1823–1901, ...

Vancouver group

Vancouver Group or Vancouver group may refer to: Vancouver School, Canadian photographers A group of 18 countries that "seek to further increase pressure on North Korea to come to the table to negotiate an end to its nuclear program," whose first ...

John F. Kennedy (disambiguation)

John F. Kennedy was the 35th President of the United States. Presidency of John F. Kennedy, his presidency John F. Kennedy may also refer to:

Nasri Abu Jaish

Nasri Abu Jaish is a Palestinian dentist, politician, diplomat and lecturer who holds a PhD in developmental studies and political science. He is the Minister of Labor in the 18th Palestinian government. He is a member of the Palestinian National ...

PCL

FAP Captain David Abenzur Rengifo International Airport, near Pucallpa, Peru IATA code: PCL Pocket check list, a pilots check list used by the U.S. Navy Pilot-controlled lighting, a system by which aircraft pilots can control the lighting of runw ...

Hilo (disambiguation)

Hilo, Hawaii, is a town and census-designated place on the island of Hawaii. Hilo may also refer to: HiLo, a supermarket in Trinidad and Tobago – see Cannings Foods Limited Hilo International Airport, Hawaii USS Hilo AGP-2, a yacht used as a moto ...

Andrei Iurea

Andrei Iurea is a Romanian former rugby union player. He most recently played as a lock for professional SuperLiga club Știința Baia Mare. He could also play as a flanker.

Baccalaureate

Baccalaureate may refer to: Baccalaureat, Frances national secondary-school lycee diploma In Canada and Belgium, Baccalaureat is used in French for a Bachelors degree in Francophone universities. Baccalaureate service, a farewell address in the f ...

Cho Jung-hoon

Cho Jung-hoon is a South Korean economist and politician. He is one of the co-founder and the former co-Presidents of the minor liberal Period Transition party, along with Lee Won-jae.

Beacon Hill School

Beacon Hill Academy, formerly Beacon Hill School, is a coeducational special school with academy status in South Ockendon, Essex, UK Beacon Hill School, founded by Bertrand Russell, from 1927 to 1943 Beacon Hill School, a special or alternative s ...

Canadian International School of Guangzhou

Canadian International School of Guangzhou is a Canadian international school in Panyu District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China. Its levels are early childhood through grade 12. It uses the curriculum of Alberta. Its current campus has dormitories w ...

VSG

VSG may refer to: Vermont State Guard, the state defense force of Vermont Vertical sleeve gastrectomy, a bariatric surgical technique Verilog Standards Group, the body that develops and maintains the Verilog HDL Xylene Blue VSG, another name for ...

Artiom Tsepotan

Artiom Tsepotan, born 9 April 1978 in Kharkiv, is a Ukrainian chess player holding the title of International master. He attended the Kharkiv chess school Харківська шахова школа under the guidance of Boris Khanukov. In 2000 he obtained a degree ...

Schola Cantorum (disambiguation)

Schola Cantorum de Paris is a musical academy based in France. Schola Cantorum may also refer to: Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, a musical academy based in Switzerland Schola Cantorum de Venezuela, a choir based in Venezuela University of Arkansas ...

Gateway High School

Gateway High School may refer to: In the United States: Gateway High School Pennsylvania, Monroeville, Pennsylvania Gateway High School Sonoma, California, Sonoma, California Gateway Regional High School Massachusetts, Huntington, Massachusetts G ...

Frank S. Greene

Franke S. Greene Jr. was an American scientist and venture capitalist. In 1993 Greene founded New Vista Capital, a venture capital firm that focussed on minoritised groups. He was awarded outstanding alumni awards from Washington University in St ...

Nuffield

Nuffield may refer to: Nuffield Organisation, William Morriss group of motor vehicle manufacturing businesses in the United Kingdom William Morris, 1st Viscount Nuffield, founder of Oxford-based Morris Motors and philanthropist Nuffield Universal ...

Greenfleet

Originally developed as a project of The Foster Foundation, Greenfleet was launched in October 1997 to offer Australian motorists a tree-planting program to re-capture CO2 emissions, and promote fuel-efficient technologies to reduce emissions at ...

Irrsinnig Menschlich

Irrsinnig Menschlich e. V. is an international non-profit organisation focused on mental health. It is a German registered independent organisation providing youth welfare services. The association is based in Leipzig. Through several standardise ...

Raisons Politiques

Raisons Politiques is a journal of political theory published by the French social organization Presses de Sciences Po, a university-based publishing house specializing in the social sciences and serving under the umbrella of the Sciences Po. The ...

Pioneros Queretaro

Pioneros Queretaro are an American football team based in Queretaro City, Mexico. The Pioneros compete in the North Division of the Liga de Futbol Americano Profesional, the top American football league in Mexico. The team plays its home games at ...

Wellington Water

Wellington Water Limited is an infrastructure asset management company that manages the drinking water, wastewater and stormwater services of the councils in the Wellington Region of New Zealand.

Lorens Berg Foundation

The Lorens Berg Foundation is a local history foundation in the former municipality of Andebu in Vestfold, Norway. The foundations purpose is to stimulate local historical work in Andebu and Vestfold. In addition, the foundation is responsible fo ...

1BANGSA

1BANGSA is shortened word of non-profit organization in the Philippines known as One Bangsamoro Movement, Inc., a group of multi-sectoral leaders and activist-cum-diplomats in the Philippines advocating peace and unity among Filipinos as well as ...

Makati Business Club

The Makati Business Club is a private non-profit business association in the Philippines founded in 1981 to promote the role of the business sector in national development efforts. Counting senior executives from some of the Philippines largest c ...

Young Social Democrats Federation

Young Social Democrats Federation - Polish youth organisation focused on social democracy, associated with Democratic Left Alliance. Organisation brings together young people who has left political views.

Independent Engineer Battalion "Codru"

The Independent Engineer Battalion "Codru" is the engineering formation of the Moldovan National Army, based in the village of Negrești, Strașeni District. Soldiers of the battalion soldiers have been on international missions, including the Koso ...

North American Aerospace Defense Command (disambiguation)

North American Aerospace Defense Command is a military organization of Canada and the United States, and the name or military NORAD abbreviation may refer to: NORAD Attack Warning System NAWS, a Cheyenne Mountain 425L computer system operational ...

ICEE

International Conference on Electrical Engineering organized by the International Association of Engineers International Conference on Emission Electronics organized by the IEEE Fourth International Conference on Environmental Education Internati ...

Josef Presser

Presser was born in 1907 in Lublin, Poland. He emigrated to the United States at the age of twelve and studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. During the 1930s Presser painted murals as part of the Works Progress Administration ...

Terry Haass

Haass nee Goldmannova was born on 17 November 1923 in Česky Tesin, Czechoslovakia. in 1938 she and her family fled from antisemitism in Czechoslovakia to Paris, France then fled the Nazi invasion there, settling in New York in 1941. Around that t ...

Thomas Knowlton (botanist)

He was born at Chislehurst, Kent, the son of William Knowlton and his wife Ann Stokes. He worked in 1720 at Offaly Palace, Hertfordshire, for Sir Henry Penrice. He then superintended the botanic garden of James Sherard at Eltham, in Kent. In 1728 ...