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Office of the Information Commissioner

Office of the Information Commissioner may refer to: Office of the Information Commissioner of Canada Information Commissioners Office, the UK non-departmental public body and regulator for data protection Office of the Information Commissioner O ...

                                               

Baoan

Baoan may refer to: Baoan dialect, spoken in Shenzhen and the New Territories, Hong Kong Bonan people, or Baoan 保安族, an ethnic group living in Qinghai and Gansu

                                               

North Sea (disambiguation)

North Sea or Northern Sea may refer to: North Sea, a marginal sea east of Great Britain, south of Norway, west of Denmark, north of France North Sea Region North Sea Fleet North Sea, New York Yellow Sea, in a Chinese military context. cf. East Se ...

                                               

Round Top (Alpine County, California)

Round Top is a 10.381 foot mountain located on the Sierra crest in Alpine County, California. Its summit is the highest point in Eldorado National Forest and the Mokelumne Wilderness. The mountain lies just south of Carson Pass. With 2.541 feet o ...

                                               

Raquette

Raquette Lake, the source of the Raquette River Raquette River, a tributary of the Saint Lawrence River located entirely in New York state Raquette Lake, New York, a community in the Town of Long Lake in Hamilton County

                                               

SEHS

SEHS *means South Elgin High School* Or could also mean Sherburne-Earlville High School, part of the Sherburne-Earlville Central School, Sherburne, New York, United States St. Edward High School Lakewood, Ohio, United States South Effingham High ...

                                               

Antoni Lukianowicz Andrzejowski

Antoni Lukianowicz Andrzejowski was a Russian-Polish botanist, zoologist and paleontologist. His official botanist author abbreviation is "Andrz.". He also used the pseudonym Stary Detiuk old Detiuk.

                                               

Electric Loco Shed, Royapuram

Electric Loco Shed, Royapuram is a motive power depot performing locomotive maintenance and repair facility for electric locomotives of the Indian Railways,located at Royapuram on the Chennai Beach–Katpadi section of the Chennai Suburban Railway ...

                                               

Electric Loco Shed, Arakkonam

Electric Loco Shed, Arakkonam is one of the premiere engine sheds located in Erode in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is located along the Jolarpettai-Shoranur line, about 1 km to the east of Erode Junction, under the administrative control of ...

                                               

Dhammakaya

Dhammakāya is a Pāli term which means "body of dharma", "body of truth" or the "body of enlightenment". Its Sanskrit equivalent is Dharmakāya. It can refer to: Dhammakāya, in Theravāda Buddhism, a figurative term meaning the sum of the Buddhas te ...

                                               

Khoeini

Khoeini may refer to: Khoeini, Iranian family name; an inhabitant of Khoein or its language Ali-Akbar Mousavi Khoeini, Iranian human rights activist and politician Xoini dialect, or Di language, a dialect of Tatic, spoken in the village of "Xoin ...

                                               

Qadas (Taiz)

Qadas is a sub-district located in the Al-Mawasit District, Taiz Governorate, Yemen. Qadas had a population of 42.976 according to the 2004 census.

                                               

Natural causes (disambiguation)

In medicine, natural causes can be an illness or an internal malfunction of the body Natural causes may also refer to: Natural Causes 1994 film, an action–drama thriller film Natural Causes documentary, a documentary about Andrew Lees Natural Cau ...

                                               

Hold On (Loft song)

Hold On is a 1993 song recorded by German group Loft. It was released as the second single from their first album, Wake the World. It is written by Courtney Williams, Nosie Katzmann and Richard Williams, and the vocals are by American singer Kim ...

                                               

The staff ate it later

The staff ate it later is an annotation that displays on the screen when a dish or food appears on a Japanese TV program. This indicates that the dish and ingredients were eaten without wasting them; however, some people question their authentici ...

                                               

Radiance (disambiguation)

Radiance Jeff Tyzik album, a 1982 solo album by Jeff Tyzik Radiance album, a solo piano album by Keith Jarrett Radiance / Chi ni Kaeru: On the Earth, a song by Mami Kawada

                                               

X-Change

XChange or X-Change may refer to: Xchange TV series, was a BBC Childrens television programme X-Change visual novel, the first in the series X-Change series, a Japanese eroge visual novel series X-Change, a Chinese spin-off from Wife Swap which f ...

                                               

Sankyo

Sankyo means third one in Japanese. It may refer to: Sankyo Seiko Co., Ltd. 三共生興グループ Sankyo Flute Company, which produces silver, 5K, 10K, 14K, 18K, and 24K gold flutes Daiichi Sankyo Co. 第一三共, Daiichi Sankyō, a Japanese pharmaceutica ...

                                               

SNK (disambiguation)

Shin Nihon Kikaku is a Japanese video game company and a former maker of arcade machines, game consoles, pachinko and pachislot machines. This may also refer to: SNK European Democrats Shingeki no Kyojin, a Japanese manga series and anime adaptat ...

                                               

Turing Tumble

Turing Tumble is a game and demonstration of logic gates via mechanical computer. Named after Alan Turing, the game itself is advertised as Turing complete, and can duplicate the processes of any computer whatsoever if the game field were suffici ...

                                               

Ptahil (deity)

Ptahil is the demiurge of Mandaeism. By devoted means, he is viewed as the creator of the material universe in the Ginza Rba, often holding an inherently malicious character, as the Mandaean religion has ties to Gnosticism in which the god of mon ...

                                               

MDHS

Monsignor Donovan High School, Toms River, New Jersey, USA Markham District High School, Markham, Ontario, Canada Mount Douglas High School, Saanich, British Columbia, Canada Mater Dei High School disambiguation Milton District High School, Milto ...

                                               

Freeman House

Freeman House or variations such as Freeman Farm may refer to: in Nigeria Freeman House, Lagos in the United States by state then town or city Freeman-Brewer-Sawyer House, Hillsboro, Illinois, listed on the NRHP Freeman-Zumbrunn House, Chapman, K ...

                                               

SCIP

SCIP optimization software; an optimization software for mixed-integer programs Secure Communications Interoperability Protocol; a cryptographic communication standard Surgical Care Improvement Project; a medical program in the US

                                               

My Friend the Polish Girl

My Friend the Polish Girl is a UK/Polish pseudo-documentary drama feature film written, directed, and co-produced by Ewa Banaszkiewicz and Mateusz Dymek. Starring Aneta Piotrowska, Emma Friedman-Cohen, Daniel Barry, Andy Abbot, Darren Rose, and M ...

                                               

Hot Boy

Hot Boy film, an alternative title for Lost in Paradise, a 2011 Vietnamese film "Hot Boy" song, the clean version of the Bobby Shmurda song "Hot N*gga"

                                               

Moises Carmona

Moises Carmona y Rivera was a traditionalist Catholic bishop from Acapulco, Mexico who was a proponent of sedevacantism, which holds that the papacy is vacant. He was one of the bishops consecrated by Bishop Pierre Martin Ngo Dình Thuc.

                                               

Jinan (disambiguation)

Jinan is the capital of Shandong province, China. Jinan or Jinan may also refer to: Jinan County 鎭安郡, North Jeolla Province, South Korea Jinan, Iran, a village in South Khorasan Province, Iran Jinan or Jihnan, a former transliteration of Rinan ...

                                               

U-turn (disambiguation)

A U-turn is a driving maneuver used to reverse direction. U-turn may also refer to: U-Turn Serbian coalition, a Serbian political coalition U-turn politics or flip-flop, a sudden policy change U-Turn Vending, an American bulk vending company U-tu ...

                                               

B52 (disambiguation)

The B-52 is an American strategic bomber aircraft. B-52 or B52 may also refer to: The B-52s, an American new wave band The B-52s album B-52, a coded reference to Mao Zedong in Project 571 BundesstraSe 52, a federal highway in Germany B52 New York ...

                                               

My House

"My House" Scrubs, an episode of Scrubs My House 2015 TV series, a 2015 South Korean TV series My House 2018 TV Series, a 2018 American TV series My House film, a 2003 Japanese drama film

                                               

Montserrat Calleja Gomez

Montserrat Calleja Gomez is a Spanish Physicist specialized in Bionanomechanics. She is currently a research professor at the Institute of Micro and Nanotechnology in Madrid, Spain.

                                               

Przemyslaw Ogrodzinski

Przemyslaw Antoni Ogrodzinski, also known by his pseudonyms Stanislaw, Dyplomata, and Agapit was a Polish diplomat and activist.

                                               

UPO

Universidad Pablo de Olavide, a university in Seville, Spain United Partisan Organization, Jewish resistance organization in the Vilna Ghetto United Planning Organization, Washingtons community action agency for Capital Area Food Bank

                                               

Rize (disambiguation)

Rize is a city and the capital of Rize Province in Turkey. Rize may also refer to: Rize film, a 2005 documentary by David LaChapelle about krumping and clowning Rize band, a Japanese rock band Rize album, R&B singer Dweles 2000 self-released ...

                                               

Aagam (film)

The film is directed by Sriram who worked as an assitant director Thani Oruvan 2015. Irfan was signed to play an MBA student who exposes a money scam. Deekshitha was signed as the heroine with Riyaz Khan as the antagonist. Jayaprakash and French ...

                                               

MTD

Makkal Tamil Desam Katchi, "Peoples Tamil Land Party", a political party in Tamil Nadu, India Metal Trades Department of the AFL-CIO Michael Tobias Design, a manufacturer of electric bass guitars Movimiento de Trabajadores Desempleados, a type of ...

                                               

Ramachandra Raju

Raju made his film debut K.G.F: Chapter 1 2018. He played tha antagonist in the film and garnered acclaim for his portrayal of Garuda. His role in the film enabled him to get offers in several other Tamil and Kannada-language films. Raju is set t ...

                                               

Raju Singh Mahi

Raju Singh Mahi is an Indian film actor. He known for his acting in Bhojpuri cinemas blockbuster movies Sabse Bada Champion, Gadar 2 and Love Ke Liye Kuchh Bhi Karega

                                               

London Sessions

The London Sessions, album by Israel Houghton London Sessions LCD Soundsystem album The London Sessions, album by Rick Wakeman The London Sessions, recording sessions by The Blackeyed Susans 1991 released as the EP.Depends On What You Mean By Lov ...

                                               

1981 London Marathon

The 1981 London Marathon was the first running of the annual marathon race in London, United Kingdom, which took place on Sunday, 29 March. The elite mens race was won in a time of 2:11:48 hours by two athletes, American Dick Beardsley and Inge S ...

                                               

William J. Watkins, Sr.

Watkins was born in 1803 in Baltimore, Maryland, the son of William Watkins, a founding trustee of the Sharp Street Methodist Church. Watkins attended the Bethel Charity School, which Daniel Coker founded as a school for Black children in 1807, d ...

                                               

NRCS

NRCS may refer to: National Rail Chaplaincy Service, UK Nigerian Red Cross Society, an aid charity National Replacement Character Set, a character set for computer terminals National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications, an agency of the South ...

                                               

Street Life

"Street Life" Roxy Music song, 1973 "Streetlife", a song by Suede from A New Morning Street Life Kelly Rowland song "Street Life", a song by Beenie Man "Street Life", a song by Randy Crawford and The Crusaders

                                               

James DeMile

James W. DeMile is an American martial artist and author. He was one of Bruce Lees original students.
 He met Lee in 1959, as they both attended Edison Technical School and became early disciples and started training with him. In 1963, DeMile app ...

                                               

NASCO

NASCO or Nasco may refer to: Noi Bai Airport Services Joint Stock Company, in Vietnamese Cong ty Cổ phần Dich vu Hàng khong San bay Noi Bài ORS Nasco, an Oklahoma company trading in industrial products National Association of State Charity Offici ...

                                               

Northeast Portland, Oregon

Northeast Portland is one of the sextants of Portland, Oregon. Northeast Portland contains a diverse collection of neighborhoods. For example, while Irvington and the Alameda Ridge feature some of the oldest and most expensive homes in Portland, ...

                                               

Aongatete

Aongatete is a settlement and rural community in the Western Bay of Plenty District and Bay of Plenty Region of New Zealands North Island. It is located on State Highway 2, south of Katikati and north-west of Omokoroa. The landscape consists of a ...

                                               

CCIR

CCIR is a four-letter abbreviation that may stand for: Canadian Centre for Investigative Reporting, produces thoroughly researched reporting in the public interest CCIR-tones, A selective calling system used in some radio communications systems i ...

                                               

Pamela Scott Washington

Washington was born in New Orleans, Louisiana and spent some time as a child in Jackson, Mississippi. In 1975, when she was in the 8th grade, her stepfather moved the family to Anchorage, Alaska. She attended Clark Middle School for one year. The ...