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Solange Macamo

Dr Solange Laura Macamo is Lecturer of Archaeology and Heritage Management in the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique. From 2010 to 2016 she was also the National Director for Cultural Heritage, Min ...


Nevena Kechedzhieva

Nevena Stoianova Kechedzhieva is a Bulgarian architect and interior designer. Born in the capital Sofia, she studied at Sofia Polytechnic and graduated in 1951. Upon graduation, she worked for the Bulgarian state design organization Glavproekt un ...



Mitteldeutsche Zeitung, a German newspaper MZ, a French rap band formed by members of Les Sages Poetes de la Rue Marvel Zombies, a Marvel Comics limited series published in 2005–2006 Mirmo Zibang!, an anime television series MZ formerly Machine Z ...


Rue (disambiguation)

Canton of Rue Rue, Somme, a commune of the Somme department, France Rue, Switzerland, a municipality in the canton of Fribourg Rue, Virginia, United States, an unincorporated community



County Leitrim, Ireland vehicle plate code LM Lower Mainland, a region in British Columbia, Canada Limburg-Weilburg, Germany vehicle plate code LM Lourenço Marques, Pearl of the Indian Ocean, Mozambique Liptovsky Mikulas, Slovakia vehicle plate c ...


Grand Hotel

A grand hotel is a large and luxurious hotel, especially one housed in a building with traditional architectural style. It began to flourish in the 1800s in Europe and North America. Grand Hotel may refer to:



Aja people, a people living in Benin Aja language Niger–Congo, the language of the Aja people, part of the Gbe dialect continuum Aja language Nilo-Saharan, a language spoken in Sudan Aja people South Sudan, an ethnic group living in South Sudan



Raster Navigational Charts NOAA, a raster file format for nautical charts Ribosome-nascent chain complex, in biology file extension for Relax NG files in compact syntax Radio Network Controller, a governing element of a mobile phone network Roman ...



Nicomachean Ethics, a collection of ten books by Greek philosopher Aristotle Neutral Evil, an alignment in the American role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons New Edition, an American vocal group



Radio Television Afghanistan, the state-owned broadcasting corporation of Afghanistan RTA TV, a main Afghan TV channel Radio and Television Arts, the undergraduate broadcasting program at Ryerson University in Toronto Radiodiffusion Television Al ...


Shirley Prendergast

Merris Shirley Prendergast was a theater lighting designer notable for being the first African-American woman admitted to the United Scenic Artists’ lighting division, in 1969, and the first African-American female lighting designer on Broadway i ...



Nederlandse Gidsen Dutch Guides, one of the Scouting organisations that evolved into the national Scouting organisation of the Netherlands Lauda Air airline code NG National Grid plc, a British multinational electricity and gas utility company Ne ...



Concord Municipal Airport IATA airport code CON, a public-use airport in Merrimack County, New Hampshire, United States Commonwealth of Nations, or CON, an association of primarily former British colonies Cornwall, England, Chapman code CON


Oman–Saudi Arabia border

The Oman–Saudi Arabia border is 658 km in length and runs from the tripoint with the United Arab Emirates in the north to the tripoint with Yemen in the south-west.


Safiya al Bahlani

Born with multiple physical disabilities - short forearms, no hands, a deformed left knee, and a short right leg stump - Safiya was adopted at the age of three by Sabah al Bahlani, a single mother. Sabah al Bahlani had been trained in the United ...



WCAS may refer to: WAAX, a radio station 570 AM licensed to Gadsden, Alabama, United States, which held the call sign WCAS from 1955 to 1960 Westmorland County Agricultural Society, an English agricultural society Weinberg College of Arts and Sci ...


Saudi Arabia–United Arab Emirates border

The Saudi Arabia–United Arab Emirates border is 457 km in length and runs from the Persian Gulf coast in the west to the tripoint with Oman in the east. The governments of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates signed the Treaty of Jeddah in J ...


Green Mountain (disambiguation)

Green Mountain Libya Jebel Akhdar, a forested upland area in Cyrenaica in eastern Libya Green Mountain Kitsap County, Washington, a mountain on the Kitsap Peninsula in Western Washington Green Mountain Lakewood, Colorado, a mountain in the wester ...


Qatar–Saudi Arabia border

Prior to the signing of the 1974 Treaty of Jeddah between Saudi Arabia and the UAE there was some confusion as to whether Qatar shared a border with the UAE, with maps commonly depicting a long Emirati panhandle touching Qatar. This Treaty gave S ...



Matthias Rohr born 1962, German musician whose stage name is Gonzo Gonzo Greg born 1965, American radio host Gonzo nickname, a list of people with the nickname Radislav Jovanov Gonzo born 1964, Croatian music video director Radislav Jovanov, also ...


Adam (disambiguation)

Adam Bourdelle, an 1889 bronze sculpture by Antoine Bourdelle Adam Rodin, an 1880–81 sculpture by Auguste Rodin Adam, a 1938–39 colossal sculpture of a head by Jacob Epstein Adam, a c. 1490–1495 marble sculpture by Tullio Lombardo



Overijssel, a province in the Netherlands Ocean View, Virginia, a community in the city of Norfolk, Virginia Oost-Vlaanderen East Flanders, a province in Flanders, Belgium Oro Valley, a town in Arizona, United States of America



Ism film, a 2016 Indian Telugu-language action film starring Nandamuri Kalyan Ram Incredible Shrinking Man, a film ISM album, a 2012 album by Norwegian electronic music producer Savant Ism band, an East Coast-based alternative rock quartet



ARTrageous is an American touring performance art company that formed in 2014 from a theater arts community first established in 1980 in Granville Island, British Columbia, Canada. The company began doing street theater in the 80s before growing ...


ARC Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage

The ARC Centre of Australian Biodiversity and Heritage is a research centre which focuses on the natural, historic and Indigenous heritage of Australia. Its aim is to increase understanding of the past in order to be able to better adapt and plan ...


Magi (disambiguation)

Magi language Central Province, Papua New Guinea Modified adjusted gross income, in U.S. Tax Code Mathematical Applications Group, Inc., an early computer technology company Biblical Magi, the wise men portrayed in Matthews story of Jesus nativit ...


Hermit (disambiguation)

Hermit Peak, New Mexico, United States Hermit Island disambiguation Hermit Mountain, British Columbia, Canada Hermit Trail, a hiking trail in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona Hermit Islands, Bismarck Archipelago, Papua New Guinea



ADC gene, a human gene Apparent diffusion coefficient, a derived value from a diffusion MRI Azodicarbonamide, a blowing agent AIDS dementia complex, neurological disorder associated with HIV and AIDS Automated dispensing cabinet, a computerized d ...



Sons of the Patriots, a tactical communications network and major plot device in the video game Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots SOP variety show, a musical variety show in the Philippines



Armenia Tree Project ATP Oil and Gas, Texas, US Arbejdsmarkedets Tillægspension, a Danish pension Association of Tennis Professionals Association for Transpersonal Psychology ATP architects engineers office American Technical Publishers



National Culture Week of Burkina Faso Semaine Nationale de la Culture The Syrian National Coalition, formally known as the National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces, an opposition coalition in the Syrian civil war Stoke Ne ...



Lou given name, a list of people and fictional characters Lou surname 楼, the 269th most common surname in China Lou surname 娄, the 229th most common surname in China



Johnnys Entertainment, a Japanese talent agency Mango airline IATA code Junior enterprise, a local non-profit organization offering consulting services managed by students Jonathan Edwards College, a residential college at Yale University



Philemon comics, a Franco-Belgian comic book series by Fred Philemon Arthur and the Dung, a music group from Scania, Sweden, consisting of two members, whose real names are unknown Philemon, a character from the Persona video game series Philemon ...



AutoAlliance International, a joint-venture automobile assembly firm co-owned by Ford and Mazda Andreyev Acoustics Institute, a Russian research facility dedicated to the study of acoustics Ahrens Aircraft Inc, an aircraft manufacturer establishe ...


The Party

The Party The Party album, 1990 The Party band, an American pop band The Party Andy Shauf album, 2016 The Party Casiopea album, 1990 The Party Alexia album, 1998 The Party Houston Person album, 1991 "The Party" Uncanny X-Men song, 1985 "The Party ...


Intermedia (disambiguation)

Intermedia is a concept in the arts. Intermedia, "across multiple channels" in Latin, may refer to: European research Network of Excellence, project INTERMEDIA-NoE 2006–10 – 2010–09 InterMedia, Russias international media news agency InterMedia P ...


Jesus (disambiguation)

Jesus of Nazareth is the central figure of Christianity and a major figure of Islam. Jesus, Jesus the Christ Messiah, or Jesus of Nazareth may also refer to:



Caballero, Apache chief Caballero surname, people with the surname Caballero "Los Cabelleros de Cali" "Gentlemen of Cali", self-appointed nickname for the four partners who comprised the executive board that ran the Cali Cartel


Down the Road Wherever Tour

Down the Road Wherever Tour was a 2019 concert tour by British singer-songwriter and guitarist Mark Knopfler, promoting the release of his album Down the Road Wherever. The tour started on 25 April 2019 in Barcelona, Spain, included 86 concerts i ...


Congress (disambiguation)

Congress is a formal meeting of the representatives of different nations, constituent states, independent organizations, or groups. Congress may also refer to:



British Columbia Railway, former name of BC Rail Beijing Suburban Railway also known as Beijing City Rail BCR Brent Cross Railway, former name of North and West London Light railway


Dylan Akio Smith

Dylan Akio Smith is a Canadian film director and producer. He is most noted for his 2004 short film Man. Feel. Pain., which won the award for Best Canadian Short Film at the 2004 Toronto International Film Festival. His early short film Imetacani ...



Robot Wars disambiguation Republic Airlines IATA airline designator Robin Williams, an American actor Royal Wings, a Jordanian airline The Real World, an American reality television show Robbie Williams, a British pop star Road Wild, a World Cham ...



Numerical digit, as used in mathematics or computer science Arabic numerals, the most common modern representation of numerical digits Dit or digit, synonym of Ban unit, a unit of information entropy Digit, Dian Fosseys favourite gorilla, who was ...



Ur, a novella by Stephen King Sveriges Utbildningsradio, the Swedish Educational Broadcasting Corporation UR Unrated, used for a film not submitted for rating, or an uncut version of a film


Jennifer Wynne Webber

Jennifer Wynne Webber is a Canadian writer, actor, dramaturge, journalist, and television producer currently living and working on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Her most well-known work to date is her play With Glowing Hearts: How Ordinary ...



ČSV is an initialism used to promote Sami identity and activism. The three letters are the most commonly used in Sami languages, and together they can stand for a variety of phrases, although the most common modern meaning is Čajet Sami Vuoiŋŋa!.


Jean Eric Rehn

His father, Eric, was a government ombudsman for the Sami people. While still a boy, he became part of the Fortifikationen, a forerunner to the engineering corps, where he served as a Sub-Lieutenant. In 1740, at the age of twenty-three, he went t ...


Barca Nostra

Barca Nostra was a project by Swiss–Icelandic artist Christoph Buchel that displayed at the 2019 Venice Biennale the wreckage of a fishing boat that had sunk with hundreds of migrants aboard. It was among the art worlds top stories of the year an ...