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CCCS

CCCS may refer to: California Community Colleges System Consumer Credit Counselling Service, a registered charity in the United Kingdom Tricarbon monosulfide when represented as its chemical structure Colorado Community College System Christ Chur ...

St. Stephens

St. Stephens, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada St. Stephens, North Carolina, a town in the United States St. Stephens, Wyoming, a town in the United States Saint Stephens, Ohio, an unincorporated community St Stephen-in-Brannel, colloquially kno ...

Seal Rock

Seal Rock, Seal Rocks, or Seals Rock may refer to: Seal Rock Seal Rock, a National Register of Historic Places site in the vicinity of the Oregon community Seal Rock, Oregon Seal Rock San Mateo County, California Seal Rock State Recreation Site, ...

Lucius Wolcott Hitchcock

Lucius Wolcott Hitchcock was born 1868 in Ohio. He studied at Art Students League of New York and studied at Academie Julian in Paris, with artists Jules Joseph Lefebvre, Benjamin Constant, and Jean Paul Laurens. Hitchcock worked as an illustrato ...

Hellenic League

Hellenic League may refer to: The League of Corinth, an association of Greek polities and city states, under the leadership of Philip II and Alexander the Great, 4th century BCE The association of Greek states, also known as the Symmachy, under A ...

PACI

PACI may refer to: Pacific AC Intertie, see also Path 15 Port Arthur Collegiate Institute, a former high school in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada Partnering Against Corruption Initiative PACI, a global anti-corruption and compliance platform organi ...

420chan

420chan is an anonymous imageboard founded on 20 April 2005 by freelance web developer Aubrey Cottle. According to its founder, its name is a portmanteau of 420, a slang word originating in cannabis culture but now applicable to drug culture more ...

Marshfield

Marshfield, Indiana Marshfield CDP, Massachusetts, a census-designated place in the town Marshfield, Massachusetts, a town Marshfield, Maine Marshfield, Oregon, the former name of Coos Bay, Oregon Marshfield Trenton, South Carolina, listed on the ...

Investigative journalism (disambiguation)

Investigative journalism is a form of journalism in which reporters deeply investigate a single topic of interest, such as serious crimes, political corruption, or corporate wrongdoing. Practitioners sometimes use the terms "watchdog reporting" o ...

Andrew Cunningham

Andrew or Andy Cunningham may refer to: Andrew Cunningham CEO, chief executive of Grainger plc Andy Cunningham footballer 1890–1973, Scottish football player and coach Andrew Cunningham, 1st Viscount Cunningham of Hyndhope 1883–1963, British admi ...

Cobram railway line

A town began to develop near pastoralist Octavius Philpotts Cobram Station around 1868. The Great Central Railway League, formed to advocate for construction of a line from the main north-eastern corridor to Shepparton, included Cobram in its est ...

East Asian Canadians

East Asian Canadians are Canadians with ancestry, origins, or citizenship from East Asia. The term East Asian Canadian is a subgroup of Asian Canadians. According to statistics Canada, East Asian Canadians are considered visible minorities and ca ...

Sunder Genomal

Sunder Ashok Genomal is an Indian businessperson, billionaire and MD of Page Industries, a Bangalore-headquartered garment company, founded in 1994. His company, Page Industries is one of the largest licensees in the world for underwear maker Joc ...

Arif Wala

Arifwala, is a city and headquarters of Arif Wala Tehsil of Pakpattan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is the 86th largest city in Pakistan. Arif Wala is located to the southwest of Pakpattan.

Malay Kampong Group

Malay Kampong Group is a heritage-listed Malay precinct at Jalan Panyai, Flying Fish Cove in the Australian territory of Christmas Island. It was added to the Australian Commonwealth Heritage List on 22 June 2004.

Star Academy (disambiguation)

Star Academy is a reality TV show created by Endemol. Star Academy may also refer to: Or its versions under the name Star Academy: Star Academy Georgian TV series Star Academy Arab World, pan-Arab based in Lebanon Star Academy Bulgarian TV series ...

Mazra

Mazra may refer to: Mazra, Armenia disambiguation Pokr Masrik, Armenia Mutsk, Armenia Mets Masrik, Armenia Katnarrat, Syunik, Armenia Mazra, Azerbaijan disambiguation Məzrə, Jabrayil, Azerbaijan Mazrali, Azerbaijan Məzrə, Babek, Azerbaijan Məzrə, ...

Eparchy of Western America

The term Eparchy of Western America or Diocese of Western America may refer to: Serbian Orthodox Eparchy of Western America, an eparchy diocese of the Serbian Orthodox Church Armenian Eparchy of Western America, an eparchy diocese of the Armenian ...

Eparchy of Eastern America

The term Eparchy of Eastern America or Diocese of Eastern America may refer to: Serbian Orthodox Eparchy of Eastern America and Canada, former eparchy 1963-1983 of the Serbian Orthodox Church, in eastern USA and Canada Serbian Orthodox Eparchy of ...

Whitewood

An endemic tree from the island of St Helena, Petrobium A large North American flowering tree Liriodendron tulipifera An Australian rainforest tree, Elaeocarpus obovatus A species of seagrape, Coccoloba krugii The wood of spruce trees. An Austral ...

Manchild

Manchild band, an American 1970s soul band from Indianapolis, Indiana "Manchild" song by Neneh Cherry, 1989 "Manchild", a song by Eels from the 1996 album Beautiful Freak Man-Child musical, a 1971 Australian musical by Chris Neal Manchild rapper, ...

E. lutea

E. lutea may refer to: Endamoeba lutea, an amoeboid without mitochondria Erioptera lutea, a crane fly Eatoniella lutea, a sea snail Eleotris lutea, a sleeper goby Ekhidna lutea, an environmental bacterium Epithele lutea, a bracket fungus Euhesma ...

L. flavescens

L. flavescens may refer to: Lineus flavescens, a nemertine worm Leucocoprinus flavescens, a basidiomycete fungus Litsea flavescens, an evergreen native to North America Lycoris flavescens, a flowering plant Laphria flavescens, a bee-like robber f ...

A. flavescens

A. flavescens may refer to: Apotomus flavescens, a ground beetle Agathis flavescens, a conifer endemic to Peninsular Malaysia Ariteus flavescens, a bat endemic to Jamaica Acanthoscelides flavescens, a bean weevil Apriona flavescens, a longhorn be ...

Schonbach

Schonbach may refer to the following places: Schonbach bei Asch, the German name for Krasna Cheb District, Czech Republic Schonbach river, a river of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, tributary of the Elta Schonbach, Saxony, in the district Lobau-Zitta ...

Tazakend

Təzəkənd, Sharur, Azerbaijan Sahsevən Təzəkənd, Azerbaijan Babek city, Azerbaijan Təzəkənd, Kangarli, Azerbaijan Təzəkənd, Maxta, Azerbaijan Təzəkənd, Nakhchivan disambiguation Təzəkənd, Beylagan, Azerbaijan Təzəkənd 39° 32 N 48° 24 E, Bilasuvar, ...

Çaykənd

Çaykənd or Chaykend or Chaikend or Ch’ayk’end may refer to: Çaykənd, Dashkasan, Azerbaijan Çaykənd, Goygol, Azerbaijan Dprabak, Armenia Getik, Vayots Dzor, Armenia Çaykənd, Shusha, Azerbaijan Çaykənd, Shaki, Azerbaijan Yuxarı Çaykənd, Azerbaijan ...

Norashen

Norashen means "newly built" in Armenian. The word may refer to: Norabats, Ararat province, Armenia, formerly called Norashen Norashen, Gegharkunik, Gegharkunik province, Armenia Gunesli, Khojavend, Azerbaijan Norashen, Ararat, Ararat province, A ...

Bah (disambiguation)

Bah is a city in Agra district of Uttar Pradesh in India. BAH or Bah may refer to: Bah Assembly constituency, in Uttar Pradesh, India Bah surname, including a list of people with that name Basic Allowance for Housing, a U.S. military privilege gi ...

Dendi

Dendi is the name of several African-related subjects: Dendi Kingdom Mount Dendi, also in Ethiopia; Dendi woreda is a district or woreda in Ethiopia; Dendi people is one of the ethnic groups living in Benin and Niger; Dendi language one of the So ...

Coriander (disambiguation)

Eryngium foetidum, a Central and South American herb, also cultivated in Asia, and sometimes called Mexican coriander or long coriander Porophyllum ruderale, a South American herb sometimes called Bolivian coriander Persicaria odorata, an Asian h ...

Yaris

Yaris may refer to one of six Toyota Yaris related items: Yaris video game, a video game promoting the Toyota models. Toyota Vios, also sold as the Toyota Yaris in the second and third generation Toyota Yaris hatchback for the Asian markets, also ...

District 1

District 1 may refer to: District 1, a police district of Malta District 1 The Hunger Games, fictional district in The Hunger Games book and film series District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, in Vietnam District 1, Dusseldorf, a district in Dusseldorf, Ge ...

District 3

District 3 can refer to: District 3 Innovation Centre, startup incubator and innovation hub in Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. District 3, an electoral district of Malta District 3, Dusseldorf, in Germany III District, Turku, in Finland D ...

Arturo Quintavalle

Arturo Carlo Quintavalle is an Italian art historian and academic. He was professor of art history at Parma University and founded and for several years headed that universitys Centro studi e archivio della comunicazione. His parents Armando Otta ...

Tree mouse

Tree mouse may refer to members of the following genera of rodents: Typhlomys, the soft-furred tree mouse, from southern China and Vietnam; Platacanthomys, the Malabar spiny tree mouse, from southern India; Chiruromys, from New Guinea and adjacen ...

Beixia Street Subdistrict

Beixia Street Subdistrict is a subdistrict within the Guancheng Hui Ethnic District of Zhengzhou, Henan, China. It is home to the administrative offices of the district.

Rosete

Rosete may refer to: Maira Rosete, a dancer at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games dancesport competition Rufete grape, another Portuguese grape variety with Rosete as a synonym Miguel Julio Rosete born 1991, a Colombian football player Hector Rosete, ...

Tree rat

Tree rat or tree-rat may refer to the following rodents: Papagomys armandvillei, the Flores giant tree rat, from Flores; Macaca fascicularis, the crab-eating or long-tailed macaque, an Old World monkey from Southeast Asia; Pithecheir, from Southe ...

Algarrobo

Hymenaea, a genus of flowering plants in Colombia and the Americas Ceratonia siliqua, the European carob tree Samanea saman, a flowering tree called Algarrobo in Cuba Prosopis, a genus of flowering plants in South America and elsewhere

Yuka

Yuka may refer to: Yuka mammoth, mammoth specimen found in Yakutia, Russia Yuka music, an Afro-Cuban style of music Manshu Yuka Kogyo K.K. Ssuningkai, a Japanese-German pre-WWII industrial co-operation

Diocese of Santiago

Diocese or Archdiocese of Santiago may refer to the following ecclesiastical jurisdictions - bishoprics or archbishoprics - with see in a city called Santiago: in Europe Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, Spain in La ...

D. intermedia

D. intermedia may refer to: Dicranomyia intermedia, a crane fly species in the genus Dicranomyia Drosera intermedia, the oblong-leaved sundew or spoonleaf sundew, an insectivorous plant species found in Europe, southeastern Canada, the eastern ha ...

Reuben (disambiguation)

Reuben is most commonly a masculine given name, or less frequently a surname. Reuben may also refer to:

Treille

Treille or La Treille, French for a grapevine or trellis, may refer to: Lille Cathedral, also known as Notre Dame de la Treille, French monument in Lille La Treille, a Marseille neighborhood La Treille, Saint Lucia, a town on the island of Saint ...

Kota North (Rajasthan Assembly constituency)

Kota North is a constituency of the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly covering the Kota Municipal Corporation in the Kota district of Rajsthan, India. Kota North is one of eight assembly constituencies in the Kota Lok Sabha constituency. Since 2008, ...

Janqu Quta

Janqu Quta Yaco, in the Yaco Municipality, Loayza Province, La Department, Bolivia Janqu Quta Puno, in the Puno Region, Peru Janqu Quta Omasuyos, in the Omasuyos Province, La Paz Department, Bolivia Janqu Quta Larecaja, in the Larecaja Province, ...

Wila Quta

Wila Quta Apurimac-Arequipa, on the border of the Apurimac Region and the Arequipa Region, Peru Wila Quta Cochabamba, in the Cochabamba Department, Bolivia Wilaquta Carabaya, in the Carabaya Province, Puno Region, Peru Wila Quta Oruro, in the Oru ...

Susana Adam

Susana Adam is a Ghanaian politician who served as the member of parliament for the West Mamprusi constituency from 1997 to 2001. She contested for the West Mamprusi seat on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress NDC during the 1996 parli ...

Susu

Susu may refer to: Susu account, a saving scheme for poor people in Ghana Susu language, language spoken by this ethnic group Sosso Empire, a twelfth-century Takrur kingdom of West Africa Susu people or Soussou, an ethnic group in Guinea Susu sav ...