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National Woolsorters Society

The National Woolsorters Society was a trade union representing workers involved in sorting wool in the United Kingdom, principally in Yorkshire.

                                               

Silver Sisterhood

The Silver Sisterhood was a new religious movement that was active in Burtonport, County Donegal, Ireland from 1982 to 1992. The group has also been referred to as the Rhennish Community and St. Brides. English writer Miss Martindale was a promin ...

                                               

St. Louis Republic

The St. Louis Republic was a morning newspaper, based in St. Louis, Missouri. It was established in 1808 as the Missouri Gazette by Joseph Charless, an Irish immigrant. In 1820 the paper was renamed the Missouri Republican, eventually becoming kn ...

                                               

1st Louisiana Infantry Battalion

The 1st Louisiana Infantry Battalion, officially known as the 1st Battalion, Louisiana Volunteers and often referred to as the Dreux-Rightor Battalion to distinguish it from units with similar designations, was an infantry battalion from Louisian ...

                                               

LXVI Army Corps (Wehrmacht)

The LXVI Army Corps, initially known as the LXVI Reserve Corps, was an army corps of the German Wehrmacht during World War II. The corps was formed in September 1942.

                                               

Climate Justice Alliance

The Climate Justice Alliance is a non-governmental collective of over 70 rural and urban community-based organizations focused on sustainability, development of underrepresented communities, race and ethnicity, economic development, and poverty a ...

                                               

Gabriele Kotsis

Gabriele Kotsis is an Austrian computer scientist. She is full professor in computer science at Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria, while leading the Department of Telecommunication and the division of Cooperative Information Systems. She ...

                                               

TNT Sports (Argentina)

TNT Sports is an Argentine subscription television channel dedicated to the broadcast of the sport of that country, along with Fox Sports Premium, which began broadcasting on Friday, August 25, 2017 from 6:00 p.m., after the alliance of Turner an ...

                                               

William H. Thomas Gallery

The William H. Thomas Gallery, affectionately known as "The Gallery in the Hood," is one of the oldest continuously operated black-owned independent art galleries in the United States. It was opened to the public in 1989 by curator and owner Chie ...

                                               

Ravenscraig Hospital

The foundation stone for the facility was laid by Earl of Mar and Kellie in September 1876. The facility was opened as the Smithston Asylum in March 1879. It served as a military hospital for wounded soldiers in the First World war and as a naval ...

                                               

Hans Schnoor

Hans Schnoor was a German musicologist, journalist and music critic. In the late 1950s he attracted media attention with his denunciation of Arnold Schonbergs A Survivor from Warsaw.

                                               

Sociedad de Cuartetos

The Sociedad de Cuartetos de Madrid, 1863–1894, was an organization that provided concert series with an educational approach. They attempted to save chamber music from fading into oblivion since Italian opera and Zarzuela dominated Spanish conce ...

                                               

Paper and Publishing Industry Union

The Paper and Publishing Industry Union was a trade union representing workers in the graphical industries in Belgium. The union was founded on 1 January 1945, when former members of the Union of Bookworkers of Belgium and the Belgian Typographic ...

                                               

OSF

Open Science Framework, a cloud-based management for open access science OSF/1, a Unix-like operating system developed by the above-mentioned Open Software Foundation Opera Show Format, an XHTML-based slideshow format Open Semantic Framework, an ...

                                               

Strathcona Ceremonial Mounted Troop

The Strathcona Ceremonial Mounted Troop is a ceremonial mounted cavalry unit of the Canadian Army, attached to Lord Strathconas Horse, an armoured regiment based in Edmonton, Alberta. The is one of many Canadian ceremonial military units to have ...

                                               

Dendermonde Abbey

Dendermonde Abbey or the Abbey of Saints Peter and Paul is a Benedictine monastery in Dendermonde, which played a role in the Liturgical Movement in Belgium.

                                               

Dhaka Mussalman Suhrid Sammilani

Dhaka Mussalman Suhrid Sammilani was a reformist organization of Muslims based in Dhaka during the late 19th century.

                                               

VFA

VFA may refer to: Veteran Feminists of America, an organization for veterans of the Second Wave of the feminist movement Venture for America, a non profit fellowship focused on entrepreneurship Veterans For America, an organization US Navy strike ...

                                               

Industrial

Industrial engineering, engineering dealing with the optimization of complex industrial processes or systems Industrial society, a society that has undergone industrialization Industrial, an adjective for industry Industrial Revolution, the devel ...

                                               

American Civil War battlefield preservation

The practice of preserving the battlefields of the American Civil War for historical and memorial reasons has been developed over more than 150 years in the United States. Even during the American Civil War active duty soldiers on both sides of t ...

                                               

Philippine Department Air Force (United States)

The Philippine Department Air Force was a military formation of the United States Army Air Forces. The command was officially established on 6 May 1941 as the Philippine Department Air Force at Nichols Field, Luzon, Philippines.

                                               

Air Defence Command (India)

Air Defence Command is a proposed integrated tri-services command of the Indian Armed Forces. The command will be headed by an Indian Air Force officer.

                                               

Italian Air Force Band

The Italian Air Force Band is an Italian military band representing the Italian Air Force. based in Rome. The band is composed of 102 non-commissioned officers and officers, as well as an archivist, in addition to the director and deputy director ...

                                               

Musique de lArtillerie

The Musique de l’Artillerie sometimes referred to informally as the Music of 9-9 or M-ART is a military band of French Army falls under the Sud-Est territorial region. It consists of 50 musicians, who perform at official protocol ceremonies as we ...

                                               

BakerRipley

BakerRipley is a non-profit corporation based in Houston. The organization has also been known as the Houston Settlement Association, Neighborhood Centers, and Neighborhood Centers, Inc. In 1940, the Houston Settlement Association brought the Rip ...

                                               

Shout Out UK

Shout Out UK is a non-partisan social enterprise, based in the United Kingdom. Its mission is to strengthen democracy by providing training and programmes on Media Literacy & Political literacy. Shout Out UK was formed in August 2015 by Matteo Be ...

                                               

ICCS

ICCS stands for: International Commission of Control and Supervision, United Nations Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies, Italy International Coin Certification Service, Canada International Commission on Civil Status, Europe Internation ...

                                               

Serai Quarter

Serai Quarter, sometimes called Serai Quarters, is a neighborhood in central Karachi, Pakistan that forms much of its historic central business district. In addition to Karachis financial centre centered on Serai Quarters I. I. Chundrigar Road, S ...

                                               

Trade unions in Curaçao

Trade unions in Curaçao have a total membership of 5.800, as of 2009. Unions played no role in Curaçao before 1922. There were two possible reasons for this: it can be attributed to workers, as members of a racist colonial society, not yet being ...

                                               

See Red Womens Workshop

See Red Women’s Workshop was a collective printing studio which operated between 1974 and 1990 in London. The printing studio was ran by a feminist collective and produced material that aimed to combat sexist images of women. The workshop was fou ...

                                               

Seraphine Collective

The Seraphine Collective is a Detroit-based feminist DJ network for women, femme, and non-binary DJs, musicians, and artists. The group provides workshops, organizes events, and provides space and resources for under-resourced and under-represent ...

                                               

The Sadie Collective

The Sadie Collective is the first American non-profit organization which aims to increase the representation of Black women in economics and related fields. It was founded by Anna Gifty Opoku-Agyeman and Fanta Traore in August 2018 and is named f ...

                                               

Mata Aho Collective

The Mata Aho Collective is a group of four Māori women artists, Erena Baker, Sarah Hudson, Bridget Reweti and Terri Te Tau. They are known for their large scale fibre-based art work. They have been exhibited nationally and internationally, includ ...

                                               

Wu Rongrong

Wu Rongrong is a Chinese feminist and a womens rights activist. She is a member of one of the larger feminist collectives in China known as "Feminist Five" or the "Gang of Five."

                                               

Knuth

Knuth is a name of Nordic origin. Knuth may refer to: As a surname: Knuths up-arrow notation, a method of notation of very large integers The Art of Computer Programming, often referred to by the authors name Knuth Prize, a prize for outstanding ...

                                               

Statutory Foundation (United States)

A Statutory Foundation is a legal entity form created by the State of Wyoming by the passage of the Wyoming Statutory Foundation Act. The act provides for the creation of an entity that may be structured as a trust, a business entity or a hybrid. ...

                                               

Helin Bolek

Bolek, the daughter of a family from Diyarbakır, worked in art during her youth. She took part in Grup Yorum as a soloist. She was arrested for the first time during a police operation at the Idil Culture Center in Istanbul in November 2016, when ...

                                               

MSC

Message Sequence Chart Mobile Switching Center, a part of a GSM, TDMA, CDMA, or cellular phone network Microelectronics Support Centre of UK Rutherford Appleton Laboratory MIDI Show Control MSC Malaysia formerly known as Multimedia Super Corridor ...

                                               

1 Field Engineer Squadron

The 1st Field Engineer Squadron is an engineer unit of the Corps of Royal Engineers within the British Army. The squadron was first formed in 1914 following the mobilisation of the Army for World War I. The squadron later supported The Cavalry Di ...

                                               

The Coalition For Women In Journalism

The Coalition For Women In Journalism is a New York-based non-profit organization that functions on a global scale. The organization is supported by Craig Newmark Philanthropies.

                                               

Colosseum Tournament

The Colosseum Tournament is a kickboxing and mixed martial arts promotion company based in Romania, which is owned by Gabriel Georgescu. It is one of the largest kickboxing promotions in the country, and takes its name from colosseum. It promoted ...

                                               

BAP

BAP or bap may refer to: Bali Action Plan Bap bread, a type of bread roll Browning Automatic Pistol is another name used to describe the Browning Hi-Power pistol. Bap food, cooked rice BAP, prefix for ships of the Peruvian Navy. It stands for Buq ...

                                               

Laa

Lehar language, a language spoken by the Laalaa people of Senegal Laalaa people, an ethnic group in Senegal Laa an der Thaya, Lower Austria Lehar Region also called Laa, located in Senegal Oberlaa, Unterlaa, Erlaa disambiguation, Laaer Berg Laa G ...

                                               

Azerbaijan-Kenya relations

Azerbaijan-Kenya relations are bilateral relations between the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Republic of Kenya in the diplomatic, cultural, socio-economic and other spheres. Cooperation between the two countries covers such areas as tourism, sci ...

                                               

Alert

Alert motorcycle, an English motorcycle manufactured 1903–1906 Alert bridge, in the card game of contract bridge Alert Records, a record label Alert gum, a caffeinated gum product Alert state, an indication of the state of readiness of the armed ...

                                               

AZ

Arizona, a state in the United States whose postal abbreviation is "AZ" Azerbaijan, a Eurasian country, designated by the 2-letter ISO 3166-1 country code

                                               

CAAC Brazil

Centro Administrativo Apologetico Cristão do Brasil Futebol Clube, better known as CAAC Brasil, is a sports association in the city of Rio de Janeiro. Founded on December 22, 2009, The club was approved by FERJ on May 23, 2017.

                                               

Climate Action Network Latin America

Climate Action Network Latin America is a Latin American climate justice organisation. Founded in 2009 and based in Buenos Aires, it is the regional network of the Climate Action Network and considered a "node" helping to collaborate in the Latin ...

                                               

Opie

Opie may refer to: OPIE Entomology Office pour lInformation Eco-entomologique, a French government organisation devoted to entomology OPIE Authentication System, a one-time password authentication system for Unix based on S/KEY Acronyms OPIE OPIE ...

                                               

Uba

Uba, small tropical city in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil Uba River, in Kazakhstan Uba, Nigeria, part of Askira/Uba Local Government Area in Borno State