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Utu (disambiguation)

Utu can refer to the following things: Utu film, a New Zealand film Utu language Utu, a Sumerian deity Utu Māori concept, a Māori word referring to a ritualised revenge or payback to restore balance Utu, Estonia, village in Kaina Parish, Hiiu Cou ...

                                               

Poka

Poka may refer to: Poka, Burkina Faso, a town in Burkina Faso The portmanteau word which refers collectively to the universities of POSTECH and KAIST, two of South Koreas most prestigious universities focused on science and technology a blunder P ...

                                               

Mets (disambiguation)

Winter Haven Mets, a former baseball team in Winter Haven, Florida Williamsport Mets, a former baseball team in Williamsport, Pennsylvania New York Metropolitans, a former baseball team in New York City Little Falls Mets, a former baseball team i ...

                                               

Science and Technology Centre

Science and Technology Centre may refer to: Ghana Space Science and Technology Centre, Ghana Laser Science and Technology Centre, Dehli, India Questacon – the National Science and Technology Centre, Canberra, Australia United States Army Foreign ...

                                               

Francis Kabenlah Anaman

Francis Kabenlah Anaman is a Ghanaian politician and member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana. He represented the Jomoro Constituency in the Western Region on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress.

                                               

Francis Addai-Nimoh

Francis Addai-Nimoh is a Ghanaian politician and a member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana. He represented the Mampong Constituency in the Ashanti Region on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party.

                                               

Francis Kojo Arthur

Francis Kojo Arthur is a former member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana, representing the Gomoa West Constituency in Central region of Ghana.

                                               

Kwadwo Baah Agyemang

Kwadwo Baah Agyemang is a Ghanaian politician and member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing the Asante Akim North Constituency in the Ashanti Region on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party.

                                               

David Oppong Kusi

David Oppong Kusi is a Ghanaian politician and member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing the Ofoase/Ayirebi Constituency in the Eastern Region on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party.

                                               

Kwadwo Kyei Frimpong

Kwadwo Kyei Frimpong is a Ghanaian politician and member of the 6th Parliament of the 4th Republic of Ghana representing the people of Bosome Freho in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.

                                               

John Essien

John Essien is a Ghanaian broadcast journalist with Focus FM. He is currently the news editor of the official radio station of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.

                                               

Ibrahim Murtala Muhammed

Ibrahim Murtala Muhammed is Ghanaian politician and member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana. He once served as the member of Parliament for Nantong, the deputy minister for information and media relations and the deputy Min ...

                                               

LLU

LLU is a three-letter abbreviation which may refer to the following: long unsigned, an integer data type, used in programming e.g. within a printf statement "%llu" Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies Latvian: Latvijas Lauksaimniec ...

                                               

ISGC

ISGC may refer to: International Steel Guitar Convention. International Symposium on Grid Computing, also known as the International Symposium on Grids and Clouds; held annually in Taipei, Taiwan. see also: List of computer science conferences In ...

                                               

NTP

National Toxicology Program, part of the United States Department of Health and Human Services National Transport Plan, a ten-year plan of Norway Northern Territory Police, the police force in the Northern Territory of Australia Nation Transforma ...

                                               

AAST

AAST or Aast may refer to: Arab Academy for Science and Technology and Maritime Transport, a maritime academy that has its main campus located in Alexandria, Egypt Aast, Pyrenees-Atlantiques, a commune of the Pyrenees-Atlantiques departement, in ...

                                               

Dendrolobium baccatum

Dendrolobium baccatum is a species of flowering plants in the Fabaceae family. A shrub, it occurs in Mainland Southeast Asia. People use it for food and fuel.

                                               

LDR

Lateral digit reduction, a concept in paleontology to explain the wing formation in birds; see Origin of birds#Digit homology Light Dependent Resistor, or photoresistor, an electronic component Lift-to-drag ratio, in aerodynamics Limited Distribu ...

                                               

AAO

Andrushivka Astronomical Observatory Australian Astronomical Observatory, an observatory in Australia, formerly known as the Anglo-Australian Observatory

                                               

Riad

Riad or Riyad may refer to: Riad name, a given name and surname including a list of people with the name, also Riyad or Riyadh ES EVM, a series of clones of IBMs System/360 and System/370 mainframes, released in the Comecon countries under the in ...

                                               

NACA (disambiguation)

NACA is the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, a former federal agency of the US government, the forerunner of NASA. NACA may also refer to:

                                               

MRI (disambiguation)

Meuse-Rhine-Issel, a breed of cattle Magnetorotational instability, in astrophysics Ruby MRI Matzs Ruby Interpreter, the reference implementation of the Ruby programming language Magnetic Resonance Imaging journal, a scientific journal Monoamine ...

                                               

MLD

Million liter per day, in environmental engineering Multicast Listener Discovery, in computer networking Mixed layer depth in hydrography Mean log deviation in statistics and econometrics

                                               

Gremix

Ganbayar Maambayar, better known as Gremix, is a Mongolian YouTuber, known primarily for his comedic formatted shows on YouTube. As of January 2020, his channel has over 93+ million views and over 300+ thousand subscribers, and is ranked the most ...

                                               

Independence Square

Independence Square may refer to: Independence Square, Sofia, Bulgaria Independence Square Podgorica, Montenegro Onafhankelijkheidsplein, Paramaribo, Suriname Independence Square, Independence, Missouri, United States Independence Square, Gyumri, ...

                                               

National University of Science and Technology (Oman)

National University of Science and Technology is a private university in Oman which was established in 2018 by merger of three professional colleges, Caledonian College of Engineering, Oman Medical College, and College of Pharmacy. Around 4300 in ...

                                               

College of Applied Science

College of Applied Science IHRD, 42 institutions under the supervision of the Institute of Human Resources Development in Kerala, India, including College of Applied Science, Kattappana College of Applied Science, Dhanuvachapuram College of Appli ...

                                               

ROP

Return-oriented programming, an exploit technique Raster Operator in a bit blit operation Raster Operations Pipeline, graphics processing component

                                               

WST

WST may refer to: Wholesale sales tax, a form of sales tax Western Standard Time, a proper name for one of Australias time zones observed in Western Australia UTC +8 West Samoa Time, the standard West Samoa Time Zone Water Science and Technology, ...

                                               

Nelson Mandela School

Nelson Mandela School may refer to Nelson Mandela High School, in Waterloo, Sierra Leone Nelson Mandela Primary School, in Birmingham, United Kingdom Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology, university in Arusha, Tanzania Nelso ...

                                               

SLE (disambiguation)

St. Louis encephalitis, an inflammation of the brain caused by the SLE virus, a member of the flaviviruses Systemic lupus erythematosus, an autoimmune disease affecting multiple systems in the body Slit lamp examination, as used to examine the ey ...

                                               

Edna Adan University

The Edna Adan University is a private university located in Hargeisa, the capital of Somaliland. The current president of the University is Mohamed Mihille Boqorre.

                                               

Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology

Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology may refer to: Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology South Sudan Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology Dominican Republic Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher ...

                                               

Busan (disambiguation)

Busan Busan Institute of Science and Technology Busan Arts College Busan University of Foreign Studies, also known as "Pusan University of Foreign Studies" Busan National University of Education Pusan Pusan National University

                                               

DVI (disambiguation)

Digital Video Interactive, a 1980s standard for full-motion desktop video Direct voice input, human computer interaction by voice command dvi prefix, a prefix used to make provisional names of undiscovered chemical elements Device independent fil ...

                                               

CNF

CNF may refer to: Conjunctive normal form, also known as clausal normal form, in Boolean logic Belo Horizonte International Airport, Brazil, IATA code CNF Constant weight without fins, a freediving discipline in which usage of fins or change of b ...

                                               

UAS

Undergraduate Ambassadors Scheme, UK University of Agricultural Sciences disambiguation University of Alabama System University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad Uruguayan American School Universidad Autonoma de Sinaloa, or Autonomous University ...

                                               

SWX

SWX may refer to: SIX Swiss Exchange SWX Swiss Exchange Zurich, Switzerland stock exchange SWX SWX Europe, crossborder trading platform SWX Group, conglomerate behind the SWX stock exchange .swx, file format and file extension for Adobe Flash Zur ...

                                               

CPK

Church of the Province of Kenya, a former name for the Anglican Church of Kenya Communist Party of Kampuchea, commonly known as the Khmer Rouge Chesapeake Utilities New York Stock Exchange symbol CPK California Pizza Kitchen, a restaurant chain

                                               

Ose

Ose may refer to: -ose, a suffix used in chemistry to indicate a sugar Ose, Skye, a settlement in Scotland Ose demon Ōse, Ehime, a former village in Japan Ose, Nigeria, a Local Government Area of Ondo State Ose, Norway, a location in Setesdal Ose ...

                                               

VTI

VTI may refer to: VTI trademark by VLSI Technology Volda TI Norwegian sports club Vermeer Technologies Incorporated, original developer of FrontPage VTI Engine - "Variable Valve Lift and Timing injection" engine developed by PSA Peugeot Citroen a ...

                                               

Daoust Lestage

Daoust Lestage is a Canadian architectural firm based in Montreal, Quebec, that focuses on landscape architecture and urban design. The firm has worked on a variety of projects, and often focus on outdoor, public urban spaces; such as the Place d ...

                                               

Danish Typographical Union

The Danish Typographical Union was a trade union representing typographers in Denmark. The Typographical Association was founded in 1869, focusing its attention on discussions on the development of the trade, and establishing a library for member ...

                                               

Act now

Act Now campaign group, a human rights group in support of Tamils Act Now BC; See Mary McNeil ACT Now, a non-profit dedicated to advocating for afterschool programming in Illinois The NOW! Organization, a Canadian sustainability organization

                                               

Sustainable livelihood

Sustainable livelihood emerges at the intersection of development and environmental studies to offer a new way to think about work, especially the work of vulnerable populations. The term reflects a concern with extending the focus of poverty stu ...

                                               

IES

Institute for Environment and Sustainability of the European Commission Indian Education Service, in British India Institute of Education Sciences of the U.S. Department of Education Indian Economic Service

                                               

Cariuma

Cariuma is a designer and manufacturer of sustainably produced sneaker-style shoes, which it retails through the Internet. It was founded in 2018 by David Python and Fernando Porto. Cariumas manufacturing is based in Brazil and China. It has offi ...

                                               

Olle Nordberg

Nordberg was introduced to golf at an early age by his father, Bjorn Nordberg, an elite golfer who captained the winning Swedish European Boys Team Championship teams in 1983 and 1991, and later served as European Golf Association President, Swed ...

                                               

SLU

Saint Leo University, Saint Leo, Florida, United States Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri, United States Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, Louisiana, United States Saint Louis University Philippines, Baguio City, Benguet, Repu ...

                                               

Sustain (disambiguation)

Sustain is a parameter of musical sound in time. Sustain may also refer to: SUSTAIN military, a concept in airborne warfare Sustain album, a 2007 album by ska punk band Buck-O-Nine Sustainment Brigade, a type of US Army unit Sustainment United St ...