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Border and Coastguard Agency (Gibraltar)

The Gibraltar Borders and Coastguard Agency was established as a statutory agency by an act of the Gibraltar Parliament and has been operating since 1 November 2011. The agency is the main border protection and coastguard force in GIbraltar. Cust ...

                                               

Queensgate

Canada Queens Gates, ornate entrance to the Canadian parliament Queensgate, a suburb of Caledon, Ontario Gibraltar Queens Gate, Gibraltar, an ancient city gate New Zealand Queensgate shopping centre in Lower Hutt, Wellington United Kingdom Queens ...

                                               

Richard Fitzgerald (disambiguation)

Richard Fitzgerald was an Irish recipient of the Victoria Cross. Richard Fitzgerald may also refer to: Richard B. Fitzgerald c. 1843–1918, American businessman Richard Fitzgerald died 1776 1733–1776, Irish Member of Parliament Dick Fitzgerald Gae ...

                                               

Henry Knight

Henry Gally Knight 1786–1846, British politician Henry Knight Great Grimsby MP 1728–1762, British Member of Parliament for Great Grimsby Henry Foley Knight 1886–1960, British administrator and civil servant

                                               

Irishtown

Irishtown or Irish Town may refer to the following places: Australia Irishtown, Western Australia Irishtown, Tasmania Irishtown, Victoria Canada Irishtown, Prince Edward Island Irishtown, Nova Scotia Irishtown, New Brunswick Irishtown-Summerside, ...

                                               

Hardinge

Hardinge is a surname, and may refer to: Viscount Hardinge, UK peerage, including Charles Hardinge, 2nd Viscount Hardinge 1822–1894, British politician Henry Hardinge, 1st Viscount Hardinge 1785–1856, British Army field marshal, Governor-General ...

                                               

Rewas Fayaq

Rewas Fayaq is a Kurdish politician who was elected as the Speaker of the Kurdistan Regional Parliament in July 2019. She is a member of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan party. Fayaq was born in 1977 in Kalar district of Sulaymaniyah. She has a d ...

                                               

Anna Nghipondoka

Anna Nghipondoka is a Namibian politician and member of SWAPO. She was appointed the Minister of Education, Arts and Culture in March 2020 by president Hage Geingob. She served as Deputy Minister of Education, Arts and Culture from 2015 to 2020. ...

                                               

Robert Savage

Robert Savage or variants may refer to: Bob Savage 1921–2013, American baseball player Robert Savage Australian politician 1895–1959, member of the New South Wales Legislative Council Robert Savage executive born 1933, president and chief executi ...

                                               

Romania (disambiguation)

Romania is a modern nation-state, located in South-East Central Europe, North of the Balkan Peninsula. Romania or Rumania may also refer to: Romania European Parliament constituency Greater Romania, the borders of the Kingdom of Romania in the in ...

                                               

2020 USR-PLUS Alliance

The 2020 USR-PLUS Alliance is an electoral alliance established on 2 February 2019 between the political parties Save Romania Union and the Freedom, Unity and Solidarity Party to participate together in the 2019 European Parliament election in Ro ...

                                               

Supreme Soviet of the Latvian SSR

The Supreme Soviet of the Latvian SSR Latvian: Latvijas PSR Augstākā Padome ; Russian: Верховный Совет Латвийской ССР, Verkhovnyy Sovet Latvyyskoy SSR was the supreme soviet main legislative institution of the Latvian SSR, one of the union republ ...

                                               

Supreme Soviet of the Karelo-Finnish SSR

The Supreme Soviet of the Karelo-Finnish SSR was the supreme soviet of the Karelo-Finnish SSR. The Supreme Soviet of the Karelo-Finnish SSR was established in June 1940 when the third session of the First Convocation of the Supreme Soviet of the ...

                                               

Supreme Soviet of the Moldavian SSR

The Supreme Soviet of the Moldavian SSR Moldovan: Совиетул Супрем ал РСС Молдовеняскэ, Sovietul Suprem al RSS Moldoveneasca ; Russian: Верховный Совет Молдавской ССР tr. Verkhovnyy Sovet Moldavskoy SSR was the supreme soviet main legislative inst ...

                                               

Supreme

Supreme may refer to: Supreme brand, a clothing brand based in New York Supreme, Louisiana, a census-designated place in the United States muscadine Vitis rotundifolia, cultivar Plaxton Supreme, British coach bodywork built in the late 1970s and ...

                                               

Supreme Ruler of Russia

The Supreme Ruler of Russia, also referred to as the Supreme Leader of Russia, was the Head of State and Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Russian State, an anti-Bolshevik government established by the White Movement during the Russian Civil War. ...

                                               

Solicitor General of Grenada

The Solicitor-General of Grenada is a law officer of the government for Grenada, subordinate to the Attorney-General of Grenada. The office is one of the members of the government. The Solicitor General could also be a member of the General Assembly.

                                               

First Massimov Cabinet

The First Massimov Cabinet was the 29th government of Kazakhstan, led by Prime Minister Karim Massimov. The change in cabinet was a result of the 2007 Kazakh political shakeup where Massimovs predecessor Daniyal Akhmetov resigned unexpectedly fro ...

                                               

Tasmagambetov Cabinet

The Tasmagambetov Cabinet was the 27th government of Kazakhstan. Led by Prime Minister Imangali Tasmagambetov, it was formed on 28 January 2002 after his predecessor Kassym-Jomart Tokayev stepped down from his post along with his entire cabinet. ...

                                               

Chairman of the Supreme Peoples Assembly

The Chairman of the Supreme Peoples Assembly of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea presides over the sessions of the Supreme Peoples Assembly, the legislature of North Korea. The current chairman is Pak Thae-song, who was elected on 11 Apri ...

                                               

Heinrich Schoeneich

Heinrich Johannes Schoeneich is a German plastic surgeon, who founded and heads the Munich section of Interplast-Germany e.V. He is also a photographer and humanitarian activist.

                                               

National Immunization Technical Advisory Group

National Immunization Technical Advisory Group is an advisory committee consisting of multidisciplinary groups of experts responsible for providing information to national governments that is used to make evidence-based decisions regarding vaccin ...

                                               

Fiscal

Fiscal agent, a proxy that manages fiscal matters on behalf of another party Fiscal sustainability, the ability of a government to sustain its current spending Fiscal sponsorship, when non-profit organizations offer their legal and tax-exempt sta ...

                                               

Public Service Commission

Public Service Commission may refer to: Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka Public Utilities Commission of Ohio Public Utility Commission of Texas Public Service Commission of Utah Public utilities commission Public Service Commission of Hon ...

                                               

Eurovision – Australia Decides

Eurovision – Australia Decides is an annual song competition organised by Australian public broadcaster Special Broadcasting Service and production partner Blink TV. It determines the countrys representative for the Eurovision Song Contest since ...

                                               

Ventsislav Mutafchiyski

Ventsislav Metodiev Mutafchiyski is a Bulgarian Military Doctor, Professor at Military Medical Academy, Major General from the Military Medical Service, Director of MMA and Head of the National Operational Headquarters for Fight with Coronavirus ...

                                               

Dmitry Khorkin

Dmitry Khorkin is a Ukrainian television and radio host and media manager, general producer of Ukrainian Radio. He is the main voice of official events in Ukraine, well known as the voice of military parades. Merited artist of Ukraine. Board memb ...

                                               

H19

H19 or H-19 may refer to: HMS Harvester H19, a United Kingdom Royal Navy destroyer which saw service during World War II Heath H19 and Zenith Z-19, terminals using the same enclosure as the Zenith Z-89 personal computer Highway H19 Ukraine, a roa ...

                                               

Carson and Others v. The United Kingdom (Application No. 42184/05) – Grand Chamber

Carson and Others v. The United Kingdom - 42184/05 ECHR 338 was heard by the European Court of Human Rights, in Strasbourg on 16th March 2010 on appeal from the European Court of Rights, Fourth Section before Jean-Paul Costa, Christos Rozakis, Ni ...

                                               

VDA

Verband der Automobilindustrie, a special interest group representing the German automobile industry VDA 6.1, one of their quality management system standards Verein fur Deutsche Kulturbeziehungen im Ausland, a German cultural organisation

                                               

Taxation of precious metals

Precious metals are subject to taxation in most countries, because of their high economic value. In most countries capital gains tax applies when precious metals are sold at a profit. Some countries also apply value added tax to precious metals. ...

                                               

MVA

Market Value Accounting, an alternative accounting method used by banks Merverdiavgift, a Norwegian Value Added Tax VAT Margin Valuation Adjustment, one of the X-Value Adjustments in relation to derivative instruments held by banks Market value a ...

                                               

Return

Abnormal return, denoting the difference in behaviour between one stock and the overall stock market Taxes, where tax returns are forms submitted to taxation authorities Product return, the process of bringing back merchandise to a retailer for a ...

                                               

Financial Guard

A Financial Guard is the name of some civilian or military police forces responsible for enforcing financial laws such as taxation or customs. It may refer to: Guarda Fiscal, a former Portuguese special military force, under the authority of the ...

                                               

SAT (disambiguation)

The SAT is a standardized college admissions test in the United States. SAT or Sat may also refer to: National Curriculum assessment or SATs, a series of educational assessments in the United Kingdom

                                               

Uganda Road Fund

The Uganda Roads Fund is a government agency mandated to finance routine and periodic maintenance of public roads in Uganda. Established by an Act of Parliament in 2008, the agency raises monies through various means, independent of general gover ...

                                               

NFA

Net foreign assets, for taxation purposes National Firearms Act, United States National Firearms Agreement, Australia New Fighter Aircraft Project, Canada

                                               

Lang Wilson Practice in Architecture Culture

The Lang Wilson Practice in Architecture Culture is an architectural firm founded in 1999 by Oliver Lang and Cynthia Wilson. It was first launched in New York City before being permanently based in Vancouver, British Columbia, where it evolved in ...

                                               

ACE Moharram Bakhoum

ACE Moharram Bakhoum is a multi-disciplinary engineering and project management consultancy company, based in Egypt. ACE Moharram Bakhoum offers services in the fields of planning, engineering design, project management and construction supervisi ...

                                               

The House of the Sun

Beth Shemesh Hebrew "house of the sun", name of several biblical places Haleakalā Hawaiian "house of the sun", volcano in Maui The House of the Sun Visitor Center, Crater Historic District, Hawaii Haleākala Hawaiian "house of the sun", historic h ...

                                               

Territorialism

Territorialism can refer to the following: Land tenure, the legal regime in which land is owned by an individual Feudalism, a legal and military system of hierarchical land holding Animal territorialism, the animal behavior of defending a geograp ...

                                               

CRDA

"C.R.D.A.", designations attached to aircraft manufactured by a related company, Cantieri Aeronautici e Navali Triestini Cantieri Riuniti dellAdriatico, an Italian manufacturer in the sea and air industry from 1930 to 1966

                                               

CNT

Confederacion Nacional del Trabajo CNT, the National Confederation of Labor, a Spanish confederation of anarcho-syndicalist labor unions Confederation nationale du travail CNT-F, the National Confederation of Labour, a French anarcho-syndicalist ...

                                               

Libero Cecchini

Libero Cecchini was an Italian architect. He specialized in restoration of monuments and the design of residential complexes.

                                               

Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza

The Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza, formerly known as the Santa Fe Hilton Hotel Inn, is a hotel that opened in 1973 in the historic center of Santa Fe, New Mexico. The hotel was built on a four-acre parcel that included two 18th-century adobe hou ...

                                               

Gridiron

Gridiron football, umbrella term used to refer to the several codes of football which use a gridiron field Gridiron, a term for the field marked with yard-lines on which American and Canadian codes of football are played GridIron Master, a board ...

                                               

Sky City

Skycity or Sky City may refer to: Sky City Changsha, a cancelled skyscraper, previously planned to be built in Changsha, China Sky City album Hong Kong SkyCity, near Hong Kong International Airport Sky City store, a defunct American retail chain ...

                                               

Museum of Architecture

Museum of Architecture or Architecture Museum may refer to: Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England Museum for Architectural Drawing, Berlin, Germany Museo Nacional de Arquitectura, Mexico City, Mexico Museum of Finnish Architecture, Helsinki ...

                                               

Jasen Blu

Blu was born and raised in Akure, Nigeria. His first ever live performance was at age twelve, when he sang a mimed version of "Angel" by Shaggy to fellow students at his boarding house social gathering in secondary school. He later attended Feder ...

                                               

Renewal

Renewal film, a 2008 documentary on the religious environmental movement "Renewal", an episode of the sixth season of TV series Law & Order: Criminal Intent Renewal album, an album by the thrash metal band Kreator Renewal magazine, a UK journal o ...