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Croatian Sports Association

Croatian Sports Association was founded on October 5, 1909 in Zagreb at the in a "Gric" as the central sports organization that coordinated the work of clubs in various sports branches. The goal of the CCA was to avoid the Croatian clubs joining ...

                                               

Jose Marin Varona

Jose Marin Varona was born on March 10, 1859 in the city of Camaguey, where he began his musical studies with professor Mariano Aguero. At a later time, Varona established his residence in Havana. In 1896, the composer included in his zarzuela "E ...

                                               

List of University of Zaragoza people

Manuel Azaña, 2nd President of the Second Spanish Republic, served as 55th and 63rd Prime Minister of Spain. He earned his degree in Law in 1897 Xabier Arzalluz, Spanish Basque nationalist politician Jordan de Asso, jurist, historian and naturali ...

                                               

Sandham: Symphony Meets Classical Tamil

Sandham: Symphony Meets Classical Tamil is a studio album in Tamil that involved various international artists. It is based on Sangam period ancient Tamil poetry and the first ever music album on Sangam poetry. The Hindu music review called the a ...

                                               

Komorni Hradek

Komorni Hradek is home to a chateau of the same name. Originally, a castle was built by Racek Kobyla of Dvorce as permitted by King Wenceslas IV on August 28, 1412. The castle was likely the replacement for the older Čejchanov see above, only 200 ...

                                               

Zelezna hurka

Zelezna hurka in located about 1 km from Mytina Lipova municipality, Cheb District. The surrounding area, known as Chebsko in Czech and as Egerland in German, was part of Nazi Germany in 1938-1945. The area, known as the Cheb Basin, also has othe ...

                                               

Adoration of Our Lord from Hluboka

The Adoration of Our Lord from Hluboka is a panel painting dating from the period around 1380, ascribed to the Master of the Teebon Altarpiece or his workshop. It is on display in the permanent collection of the Ales South Bohemian Gallery in Hlu ...

                                               

ArtLib.cz

ArtLib.cz is a non-profit organisation founded in 2012 with the aim of promoting creation of high-quality professional articles on visual art in Czech and English Wikipedia.

                                               

Premyslid Crucifix

The Premyslid Crucifix from Jihlava. The Premyslid Crucifix is a polychromed wooden cross dating from the first half of the 14th century. It is on display at the Picture Gallery of Strahov Monastery in Prague. In 2010 it was declared a National C ...

                                               

Law and Grace - Lucas Cranach the Elder (Prague type)

Law and Grace is considered one of the most important paintings by Lucas Cranach the Elder. This work, in the collection of the National Gallery in Prague, is one of the two oldest known versions of this theme. It is also called the Prague type’ ...

                                               

Jean-Paul Poirier

J P. Poirier is an engineer from the Ecole Centrale Paris 1959, Doctor of Science 1971. He was an engineer at the French Atomic Energy Commission CEA from 1963 to 1978 since 1996 and is a member of the National Academy of History of Ecuador. He h ...

                                               

Malusi islands

Malusi islands is an archipelago in Gulf of Finland, administratively belonging to Estonia. The archipelago consists of three islands: Põhja-Malusi, Vahekari and Lõuna-Malusi island.

                                               

Shōwa

Shōwa may refer to: Showa Corporation, a Japanese suspension and shock manufacturer, affiliated with the Honda keiretsu Hirohito 1901–1989, the 124th Emperor of Japan, known posthumously as Emperor Shōwa

                                               

AMH

Alaska Marine Highway, ferry services along the southern coast of Alaska and to Washington state Abington Memorial Hospital, a hospital in Pennsylvania, United States AMH, IATA airport code for Arba Minch Airport, Ethiopia Academia Mexicana de la ...

                                               

Aman

Cao 155–220, Chinese warlord of the Three Kingdoms nicknamed "Aman"

                                               

Elvira Fortunato

Elvira Fortunato OIDH is a full professor in the Materials Science Department at the NOVA University of Lisbon. Fortunato is a scientist and inovator in the field of paper electronics, including transistors, memories, sensors, batteries, displays ...

                                               

List of National Socialist black metal bands

This is a list of musical artists who are part of the National Socialist black metal scene. National Socialist black metal, usually shortened to NSBM, and also known as neo-Nazi black metal or Aryan black metal, is a political movement within bla ...

                                               

Marie-Anne Bouchiat

Marie-Anne Bouchiat-Guiochon is a French Experimental atomic physicist whose research has included studies of neutral currents, parity violation, and hyperpolarization. She is an honorary director of research for the French National Centre for Sc ...

                                               

Juan Pascual de Mena

When he was barely five years old, his family moved to Madrid. He began his studies there and soon made contact with the foreign sculptors, mostly French, who worked at decorating the Royal buildings, and was exposed to new styles originating in ...

                                               

R12

R12, R-12 or R.12 may refer to: In science and academia R12 cemetery, Neolithic cemetery in Sudan Dichlorodifluoromethane, also known as Freon-12, a refrigerant and aerosol spray propellant used before 1995 "R12: Extremely flammable", a risk phra ...

                                               

Benjamin Teiko Aryeetey

Benjamin Teiko Aryeetey was a Ghanaian academic and judge. He is a retired justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana. He spent a total of forty years serving on the bench of the Judiciary of Ghana. He was also a lecturer at the Ghana School of Law.

                                               

Sexual harassment in education

Sexual harassment in education is an unwelcome behavior of a sexual nature that interferes with a student’s ability to learn, study, work or participate in school activities. Sexual harassment encompasses a range of behavior from mild annoyances ...

                                               

Kwamena Bentsi-Enchill

Kwamena Bentsi-Enchill was a Ghanaian judge and academic. Touted as he was a justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana from 1971 to 1972. He was also a professor of law at the University of Zambia and the University of Ghana. He was a fellow of the G ...

                                               

Turi Munthe

Turi Munthe is an Anglo-French journalist and entrepreneur. He is the founder of Demotix, which became the largest network of photojournalists in the world, as well as Parlia, an encyclopaedia of opinion.

                                               

Tartarus (disambiguation)

Tartarus refers to a deity and place in Greek mythology. Tartarus may also refer to: Tartarus DC Comics, a group of DC comic book supervillains Tartaros, a dark guild from the anime/manga Fairy Tail. HMS Tartarus, the name of three ships of the R ...

                                               

Climate change in Florida

The effects of Climate change in Florida is attributable to man-made increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide. Floridians are experiencing increased flooding due to sea level rise, and are concerned about the possibility of more frequent or more i ...

                                               

Anca Giurchescu

Anca Giurchescu nee Ciortea was a Romanian researcher of folk dance, and an ethnochoreologist, one of the founders of the discipline. Born in Bucharest to a family formerly from Translylvania, she lived in that region as a child. Entering univers ...

                                               

List of people with given name Andrew

In the Christian Bible, Saint Andrew was the earliest disciple of Jesus and one of the twelve Apostles. Other saints named Andrew include: Saint Andrew Kim Taegon of the Korean Martyrs Saint Andrew of Constantinople Saint Andrew of Crete martyr S ...

                                               

Gudbjorg Linda Rafnsdottir

Gudbjorg Linda Rafnsdottir completed BA in sociology and teaching certification from the University of Iceland in 1984, an MA in sociology from Lund University in Sweden in 1990 and a PhD from the same university in 1995. From 1994–2007, she was ...

                                               

Anna-Lind Petursdottir

Anna-Lind Petursdottir is a Professor of Psychology, Special Education and Behaviour Analysis in the School of Education at the University of Iceland.

                                               

Orodes (given name)

Orodes is the Latinized form of a male given name of Middle Iranian origin popularaized by Parthians. In Greek it is recorded as Orōdēs, Hērōdēs, Hurōdēs, and once as Ouorōdēs. It is recorded in Shapur Is trilingual inscription at the Kaba-ye Zar ...

                                               

La otra mirada

La otra mirada is a series produced by Boomerang TV for the Spanish channel La 1. Its stars are Macarena Garcia, Patricia Lopez Arnaiz, Ana Wagener y Cecilia Freire, among others. Although its premier was scheduled for the summer of 2018, Televis ...

                                               

Caroline Palavicino-Maggio

Caroline Palavicino-Maggio is an American neuroscientist and Research Fellow in the Department of Neurobiology at Harvard Medical School. Palavicino-Maggio explores how gene expression in amine neurons and neural circuits leads to changes in soci ...

                                               

Ruth Oniango

Ruth Khasaya Oniang’o is a Kenyan Professor of Nutrition and a former member of Parliament. She created Rural Outreach Africa to empower smallholders to address malnutrition, she oversees her countrys nutrition policy and she is on the board of t ...

                                               

Rebecca M. Calisi Rodriguez

Rebecca M. Calisi Rodriguez is a Mexican-Italian-American neuroendocrinologist, wildlife biologist, and National Geographic Explorer. She is an Associate professor of Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior in the College of Biological Sciences at ...

                                               

J4

J4/J04, J-4/J-04 or J.4/J.04 may refer to: In science and academia Janko group J4, in mathematics ATC code J04 Antimycobacterials, a subgroup of the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification System S/2003 J 4, a natural satellite of Jupiter ...

                                               

Andonije Rafail Epaktit

Andonije Rafail Epaktit and Andonije Rafail Epaktit of Lepanto was a Serbian author of Slovo of sveton knezu Lazaru written in either 1419 or 1420.The specific purpose of Andonije Rafail Epaktits discourse is to celebrate and glorify Lazar Hrebel ...

                                               

Edwin Vedejs

Edwin Vedejs was a Latvian-American professor of chemistry. In 1967, he joined the organic chemistry faculty at University of Wisconsin. He rose through the ranks during his 32 years at Wisconsin being named Helfaer Professor and Robert M. Bock P ...

                                               

J13

J13, J-13 or J.13 may refer to: In military Shenyang J-13, a cancelled 1971 Chinese light fighter aircraft. In transportation and public infrastructure GS&WR Class J13, a Great Southern and Western Railway Irish steam locomotive GNR Class J13 ...

                                               

Terry Lim

Terry Lim is an Australasian Martial Arts Hall of Fame inductee, he is a martial artist whom has had a short documentary made about him titled Its him. Terry Lim by Angus Sampson, he is Founder of the Loong Fu Pai Martial Arts Academy in 1981, wi ...

                                               

J14

Malaysia Federal Route J14, a main state road in Johor, connecting Segamat and Bukit Kepong GNR Class J14, a 1939 British class of steam locomotives related to the 1897 GNR Class J13 County Route J14 California, a road through Calaveras and Stani ...

                                               

Iglesia de la Vera Cruz, Segovia

The church of the True Cross is a Roman Catholic church located in the San Marcos district of the city of Segovia, in the autonomous community of Castile and Leon, in Spain. Formerly known as the Church of Holy Sepulchre, it is located to the nor ...

                                               

LWA

LWA may refer to: Little Witch Academia, anime created by Yoh Yoshinari and produced by Trigger LWA Leader Wrestling Association, wrestling promotion in Peru Local Welfare Assistance, program related to Social Fund UK LOGWELL ACRES Inc Dairy Farm ...

                                               

MPA

Mount Pisgah Academy Morgan Park Academy Mounds Park Academy Mesa Preparatory Academy

                                               

White identity

White identity is the objective or subjective state of perceiving oneself as a white person and as relating to being white. White identity has been researched in data and polling, historically and in social sciences. There are however polarized p ...

                                               

RSA

Rehabilitation Services Administration, a US federal agency under the United States Department of Education Road Safety Authority, a statutory organization of the Irish government Ridley Scott Associates, a UK-based film and commercial production ...

                                               

Charles Robinson

Charles Mulford Robinson 1869–1917, American journalist Charles M. Robinson III 1949–2012, American author and illustrator Charlie Robinson actor born 1945, American actor Charles M. Robinson video director born 1984, American video director Char ...

                                               

Richard Bennett

Richard Bennett historian 1860–1937, Welsh Calvinistic Methodist historian whose addresses were published in Cyfrol Goffa Richard Bennett 1940 Richard E. Bennett born 1946, religion professor

                                               

Richard Wilson

R. M. Wilson born 1945, American mathematician combinatorics, professor at Caltech Richard K. Wilson born 1959, American professor of genetics and molecular microbiology Richard Ashby Wilson, American-British social anthropologist Richard L. Wils ...

                                               

Our Lady of Perpetual Succor (disambiguation)

Our Lady or Ladies of Perpetual Succor may refer to: Art: The icon Our Lady of Perpetual Succor, depicting the Virgin Mary Churches Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour in Singapore Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Prizren Schools A ...