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Roos Moggre

Moggre began her career as presenter at the regional television channel RTV Utrecht. In January 2008, she started working for the Dutch news broadcaster Nederlandse Omroep Stichting NOS, where she was one of the presenters of the childrens news p ...

                                               

Ariadnas Thread

The Ariadnas Thread is an international festival of creativity for people with mental disabilities held in Moscow, Russia since 2010. The festival also includes scientific and practical conferences. Among the venues of the festival: Yermolova The ...

                                               

2020 Gagarin Cup playoffs

The 2020 Gagarin Cup playoffs of the Kontinental Hockey League began on 1 March 2020, with the top eight teams from each of the conferences, following the conclusion of the 2019–20 KHL regular season. The playoffs were scheduled to finish no late ...

                                               

European Cricket League

The European Cricket League, also dubbed "the Champions League of European Cricket" is a cricket tournament with a goal to develop and popularize cricket in the European continent. It is played in the T-10 format among clubs all around Europe tha ...

                                               

Meatball (disambiguation)

Meatballs III Meatballs 2 Meatballs film, 1979 film by Ivan Reitman, starring Bill Murray, and its sequels Meatballs 4 Meatball, a main character in the preschool series 44 Cats "One Meat Ball", a song by George Martin Lane MeatballWiki, wiki ded ...

                                               

Weverse (app)

Weverse is a Korean mobile app and web platform created by South Korean entertainment company Big Hit Entertainment. The app specializes in hosting multimedia content and artist-to-fan communications for K-Pop bands and musicians. Its accompanyin ...

                                               

Birdman Bats

Birdman Bats is a privately owned sporting goods manufacturing company located in Redwood City, California. They specialize in manufacturing birch and maple baseball bats. In addition, they also make baseballs, bottle openers, hats, hoodies, keyc ...

                                               

To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean

To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean is an upcoming American teen romantic comedy film directed by Michael Fimognari and starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo. The film is based on Jenny Hans 2017 novel Always and Forever, Lara Jean. T ...

                                               

Canadian Premier League Finals

The Canadian Premier League Finals is the annual championship series of the Canadian Premier League, the top level of Canadian soccer. It is contested in two legs, currently between the top-seeded team from the regular season and the winner of th ...

                                               

Four corners of the world (disambiguation)

Four corners of the world is a portrayal of the four compass points in several cosmological and mythological systems. Four corners of the world may also refer to: Four Corners of the World, a 1958 album by Juan Garcia Esquivel "The Four Corners O ...

                                               

Michael Lynch

Michael or Mike Lynch may refer to: Michael Lynch evangelist born 1980, Australian pastor and evangelist Michael Lynch arts administrator born 1950, Australian arts administrator Michael P. Lynch, professor of philosophy at the University of Conn ...

                                               

Walter Hill, Jr.

Dr. Walter B. Hill, Jr. was a scholar, historian and archivist. He worked with the Smithsonian and the National Archives for 30 years, and wrote and edited for many academic journals. He was an advocate of diversity in archives and specialized in ...

                                               

McTyeire

Holland McTyeire Thompson 1873–1940, American historian Rex H. McTyeire, co-founder of the far-right militia Oath Keepers in the U.S. Holland Nimmons McTyeire 1824–1889, American Methodist bishop, Vanderbilt University co-founder, slavery advocat ...

                                               

Recarving Rushmore

Recarving Rushmore: Ranking the Presidents on Peace, Prosperity, And Liberty is a non-fiction book authored by American socio-political commentator Ivan Eland. Published in 2009 by the Independent Institute, the book reviews the history of the Un ...

                                               

Youth in Business Africa

Youth in Business Africa is an open community, membership based trade support institution, working to protect and promote the commercial interests of African youth in business. YiB Africa engages the public and private sectors so as to create fav ...

                                               

Hari Vasudevan

Hari Vasudevan was an Indian scholar notable for his work on the history of Russia and Europe, and India-Russia relations. He died on 10 May 2020 from the coronavirus disease at the age of 68.

                                               

American Revolution (disambiguation)

American Revolution may refer to: The American Revolution album The American Revolution 2014 miniseries, a 2014 American three-part documentary miniseries broadcast on the American Heroes Channel The American Revolution Snowden book The American ...

                                               

Sonoma Mission Inn

Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa, in Sonoma, California, originally known as the Boyes Hot Springs Hotel, is a hotel dating from 1927, now part of Fairmont Hotels and Resorts. It is a Sonoma County historic landmark and a member of Historic Hote ...

                                               

Stelth Ulvang

Stelth Ulvang is an American musician, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, best known as the touring member of the folk rock band The Lumineers. He is also the co-founder of the Front Range-based band The Dovekins. In February 2015, Ulva ...

                                               

TEAMS

Teams is the plural form of team. TEAMS or teams may also refer to: TEAMS, "The Consortium for the Teaching of the Middle Ages", originally a committee of the Medieval Academy of America Texas Educational Assessment of Minimum Skills, a standardi ...

                                               

Petscop

Petscop is a web series released on YouTube created by Tony Domenico. The series follows a man named Paul exploring a supposedly "lost and unfinished" PlayStation video game of the same name developed by a company named Garalina. The series ran f ...

                                               

After Truth: Disinformation and the Cost of Fake News

After Truth: Disinformation and the Cost of Fake News is a documentary film that premiered on the HBO network on March 19, 2020. It is directed by Andrew Rossi and executive produced by Brian Stelter.

                                               

Pearls in Graph Theory

Pearls in Graph Theory: A Comprehensive Introduction is an undergraduate-level textbook on graph theory, by Gerhard Ringel and Nora Hartsfield. It was published in 1990 by Academic Press, Inc., with a revised edition in 1994 and a paperback repri ...

                                               

Dear Future Children

Dear Future Children is a documentary film directed by Franz Bohm about young activism worldwide. The German-British Co-production provides insights into the lives of three young activists from Hong Kong, Uganda and Chile and examines the impact ...

                                               

A Planet to Win

A Planet to Win: Why We Need a Green New Deal is a 2019 book arguing for the importance of a Green New Deal and describing political and societal steps to achieving one.

                                               

Jahangir Alam Khan

Jahangir Alam Khan is a Bangladeshi agricultural economist and researcher. He is the incumbent Vice Chancellor of the University of Global Village. Prior to his appointment in the university, he was the director general of Bangladesh Livestock Re ...

                                               

Upland

Hill, an area of higher land, generally Upland and lowland, conditional descriptions of a plain based on elevation above sea level Highland, an area of higher land divided into low and high points

                                               

Economic and Social Council

Economic and Social Council might refer to: Economic and Social Research Council, one of the seven Research Councils in the United Kingdom European Economic and Social Committee, a consultative body of the European Union Economic and Social Counc ...

                                               

Orthodoxy in America

The term Orthodoxy in America or Orthodoxy in the Americas may refer to: Orthodox Judaism in the Americas, representing communities and institutions of Orthodox Judaism in North and South America Orthodox Judaism in the United States of America, ...

                                               

Panopticon (disambiguation)

Panopticons, an arts and regeneration project to construct landmarks in East Lancashire, England Britannia Panopticon or The Panopticon, names for the Britannia Music Hall, Glasgow, Scotland

                                               

Fourth Amendment

Fourth Amendment may refer to the: Fourth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland, which lowered the voting age from twenty-one to eighteen Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, part of the Bill of Rights, prohibiting unreasonable ...

                                               

PARTISANS

PARTISANS is a Toronto-based architecture firm recognized for its future-forward approach to design and technology, civic advocacy and cultural engagement. The firm was founded in 2012 by partners Alex Josephson and Pooya Baktash. Jonathan Friedm ...

                                               

Feminist Initiative

There are several political organisations called the Feminist Initiative: Feminist Initiative Poland, a feminist Polish political party Feminist Initiative Denmark, a feminist Danish political party Iniciativa Feminista Spain, a feminist Spanish ...

                                               

Zeitgeist (disambiguation)

Zeitgeist The Smashing Pumpkins album 2007 Zeitgeist, a 2010 EP by Tangerine Dream Zeigeist, a Swedish electronic music band and art constellation 2006-2009 Zeitgeist compilation albums, a three-volume compilation released by IF? Records 1995-199 ...

                                               

PMS (disambiguation)

Postmarketing surveillance, monitoring of a pharmaceutical drug or device Premenstrual syndrome, a collection of physical, psychological and emotional symptoms related to a womans menstrual cycle Medical practice management software, dealing with ...

                                               

Viacom

Viacom, an acronym of Vi deo & A udio Com munications, may refer to: Viacom 2005–2019, a company spun off from the original Viacom Viacom 1952–2006, an American media conglomerate Viacom International Media Networks The Americas, the division of ...

                                               

CCK

CCK may refer to: Ching Chuan Kang Air Base, an air base used by the Republic of China Air Force in Taichung, Taiwan the Cocos Islands ISO 3166-1 3-letter country code Cocos Keeling Islands Airport, with IATA code CCK Choa Chu Kang, a suburban to ...

                                               

UTV

UTV Live, news service UTV Ireland, now Virgin Media Three, TV channel owned by the Virgin Media Television UTV TV channel formerly Ulster Television, TV channel in Northern Ireland owned by ITV plc UTV Motion Pictures UTV Software Communications ...

                                               

TVA

TVA Andorra, a television broadcaster TV Aichi, a Japanese television station TVA Albania, a defunct television station based in Tirana TVA Canadian TV network, a French-language television network TVA Vicenza, an Italian television channel Telev ...

                                               

V2

Maxillary nerve, V 2, the second division of the trigeminal nerve V 2, one of six precordial leads in electrocardiography Voyager 2 Velocity 2, the minimum speed needed for an aircraft to lift-off V2 word order, the verb-second word order of Germ ...

                                               

Hello Wood

Based in Budapest, Hello Wood specializes in designing and building custom-made, temporary and site-specific public installations mainly made from wood. The company was founded by Peter Pozsar, Andras Huszar and David Raday. In 2019 they welcomed ...

                                               

Salm

Constance de Salm 1767–1845, poet and miscellaneous writer; through her second marriage, she became Princess of Salm-Dyck House of Salm, a European formerly ruling family Salm-Reifferscheid-Raitz Salm ibn Ziyad, an Umayyad governor of Khurasan an ...

                                               

J2

J 2 {\displaystyle J_{2}\,}, a celestial bodys second dynamic form factor in the nodal precession ATC code J02, a subgroup of the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification System Haplogroup J2 Y-DNA, a Y-DNA haplogroup J2, the IATA airline d ...

                                               

I (disambiguation)

I pronoun, the first-person singular subject pronoun in English Dotted and dotless i and ı, letters used in Turkish and Azerbaijani Near-close near-front unrounded vowel ɪ, in the International Phonetic Alphabet Close central unrounded vowel ɨ, i ...

                                               

PUP

Party of Proletarian Unity, a political party of France Peoples United Party, a political party of Belize Progressive Unionist Party, a political party of Northern Ireland Unity and Progress Party, a political party of Guinea Proletarian Unity Pa ...

                                               

BHC

BHC can refer to: British Honduras Constabulary, a former police force in Belize British high commission Business History Conference, an organization that focuses on business history and the environment in which businesses operate Benign heredita ...

                                               

UDP

Unidad Democratica y Popular Democratic and Popular Union, a former Bolivian umbrella party Ulster Democratic Party, in Northern Ireland United Democratic Party disambiguation, multiple organisations União Democratica Popular Peoples Democratic U ...

                                               

BTA

BTA may refer to: British Triathlon Association, the former name of the British Triathlon Federation Black Theatre Alliance, a federation of theater companies in New York City Board of Tax Appeals Bicycle Transportation Alliance BTA Bank, of Kaza ...

                                               

Bonbon (disambiguation)

Bonbon, GrandAnse, a commune in Haiti 222 Margaret Street, Brisbane Bon Tower, nickname for the skyscraper in Brisbane, Australia Bon Reserve, South Australia

                                               

RAN

RAN may refer to: Regie du Chemin de Fer Abidjan-Niger, a railway in French West Africa, linking Cote dIvoire to Upper Volta now called Burkina Faso Ravenna Airport, an airport in Ravenna, Italy by IATA code Rugby Americas North, the administrati ...