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Hospital Playlist

Hospital Playlist is a South Korean television series starring Jo Jung-suk, Yoo Yeon-seok, Jung Kyung-ho, Kim Dae-myung and Jeon Mi-do. It is the second installment of the Wise Life series, following Prison Playbook. It airs on tvN every Thursday ...

                                               

Gerta Rucker

Gerta Rucker is a German statistician known for her expertise in meta-analysis, and in its application to studies of borderline personality disorder. She is a researcher in the Institute of Medical Biometry and Statistics at the University of Fre ...

                                               

I Love Me (song)

I Love Me is a song by American singer Demi Lovato. It was released on March 6, 2020, as the first single from her upcoming seventh studio album. The track was written by Lovato alongside Anne-Marie, Jennifer Decilveo, Sean Douglas, Alex Niceforo ...

                                               

Helen Branswell

Helen Branswell is a Canadian infectious diseases and global health reporter at Stat News. Branswell spent fifteen years as a medical reporter at The Canadian Press. She led coverage of the Ebola, Zika, SARS and swine flu pandemics, as well as th ...

                                               

Cuban identity

Cuban identity refers to the unique conditions of being considered Cuban. Despite the definition of being Cuban often being tied directly to Cuban nationality, many still consider themselves Cuban despite their loss of official Cuban nationality ...

                                               

PLA

Port of London Authority, England Pacific Locomotive Association, operator of the Niles Canyon Railway in California, US Phone Losers of America, a US phone phreaking group Pre-school Learning Alliance, England Public Library Association, a US pr ...

                                               

Palestinian liberation (disambiguation)

Palestinian liberation is the concept of Palestinian nationalism, the movement of Palestinian people for self-determination and sovereignty over Palestine. Palestinian liberation, Palestinian freedom, or free Palestine may also refer to: Palestin ...

                                               

Palestinian Communist Party

The Palestinian Communist Party may refer to: Palestinian Communist Party 1922 Socialist Workers Party Palestine of 1919 which was a precursor to Communist Party of Palestine, which existed from 1922 to 1923 Palestine Communist Party, formed in 1 ...

                                               

Judith Maro

Judith Maro was a Palestinian-Welsh writer who published her works in English and Welsh. Raised in Haifa, she was educated at the Hebrew Reali School and joined the Auxiliary Territorial Service in the Second World War. Maro served as an officer ...

                                               

Pung

Pung may refer to: Pung cholom, Manipuri dance Pung, a term used in Mahjong to indicate a set of three tiles Ta Pung, khum commune of Thma Koul District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia Pung, a term used in New England for a low, ...

                                               

Pujo (disambiguation)

Pujo-le-Plan, commune in the Landes department in Aquitaine in south-western France Pujo, commune in the Hautes-Pyrenees department in south-western France Buyeo, also romanized as Puyŏ and Pujo, an ancient Korean polity

                                               

Karak

Karak, Pakistan, a city in Pakistan Karak, Iran disambiguation Karak District, a district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan Karak-e Inkacheh, a village in Tehran Province, Iran Karak Expressway, a highway in Malaysia Al-Karak alternative spelling K ...

                                               

Kara language

Kara language may refer to: Kara language Korea, a language of the Gaya confederacy in southern Korea Kara language Tanzania, a Bantu language spoken by the Kara people of Tanzania Kara language Papua New Guinea, an Austronesian language spoken b ...

                                               

Gara (disambiguation)

Dalga-Gara, a village in Dor Marunt Commune, Calarasi County, Romania Gara Rosiesti, a village in Rosiesti Commune, Vaslui County, Romania Sintereag-Gara, a village in Sintereag Commune, Bistrita-Nasaud County, Romania Laculete-Gara, a village in ...

                                               

Usman Zaki

Zaki ruled from 1835 to 1841 in his first term before the title Etsu Nupe was introduced. He was the first son of Islamic preacher Malam Dendo a Fulani man send from Sokoto to introduce Islam into Nupe Kingdom although his from Gwandu. The name U ...

                                               

Carlo Margotti

Carlo Margotti was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who worked in the Roman Curia, served in the diplomatic service of the Holy See, and was Archbishop of Gorizia and Gradisca for seventeen years.

                                               

National Socialist Party

Syrian Social Nationalist Party Tōhōkai, Japan, National Socialist National Socialist Council of Nagaland, India Maoist National Socialist Party Jordan, 1954-1957 socialist Chinese National Socialist Party, China democratic socialist, unrelated t ...

                                               

Montenegro (disambiguation)

Montenegro is a country on the Adriatic coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Montenegro or Monte Negro, meaning "black mountain" in many Romance languages, may also refer to:

                                               

Marko Radulovic (politician)

Marko Radulovic was Montenegrin politician and the third Head of Government of Principality of Montenegro from 24 November 1906 to 1 February 1907. Radulovic was one of the founders of Peoples Party, the first political party in Montenegro in 190 ...

                                               

Nikola Kovacevic (politician)

Nikola Kovacic was a Montenegrin communist politician and revolutionary, member of Communist Party of Yugoslavia, one of the founders of Communist Party of Montenegro and Head of State and Parliament of SR Montenegro. He was brother of Sava Kovac ...

                                               

Rade Turov Plamenac

Rade Turov Plamenac was a Montenegrin serdar and judge. He served as judge of the Supreme Court of the Principality of Montenegro and President of the Main State Control, the court of auditors.

                                               

Lazar Tomanovic

Lazar Tomanovic was a Montenegrin and Dalmatian Serb politician, diplomat and the first Prime Minister of Kingdom of Montenegro. Lazar Tomanovic was born on 3 September 1845 in Lepetane, a village near Herceg Novi in Bay of Kotor. At the time it ...

                                               

Pero Tomov Petrovic-Njegos

Vojvoda Pero Tomov Petrovic-Njegos was a Montenegrin politician, president of the Governing senate of Montenegro and elder brother of Montenegrin prince-bishop Petar II Petrovic-Njegos. In 1834, he replaced Ivan Vukotic as the president of the ad ...

                                               

Dordije Petrovic-Njegos

Dordije Savov Petrovic-Njegos was a Montenegrin vojvoda, politician and president of the Governing senate of Montenegro and the Highlands during the reign of his cousin prince Danilo II. Dordije Savov was known as the wealthiest person of his tim ...

                                               

Ivan Vukotic

Ivan Vukotic, was a Montenegrin vojvoda, diplomat, politician and the first head of the Governing senate of Montenegro and the Highlands, established in 1831, during the reign of prince-bishop Petar II Petrovic-Njegos. In 1931, Vukotic was appoin ...

                                               

Maximilian of Austria

Maximilian of Austria may refer to the following members of the Habsburg dynasty: Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor 1527–1576, king of Bohemia, king of Hungary, and emperor of the Holy Roman Empire Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor 1459–1519, who ...

                                               

Banate (disambiguation)

An alternate term for "banovina" specially for largest administrative units in Kingdom of Yugoslavia from 1929 to 1941. A territory ruled by a ban; term "banate" is corresponding to Hungarian: bansag and Serbian: бановина / banovina ; in English ...

                                               

Ukrainian Republic

Ukrainian Republic is one of the names of the independent Ukrainian state today known as Ukraine. This name may refer to this state in one of its periods of development of state structures in different regions by some or other governments: Ukrain ...

                                               

Carpathian Ukraine

Carpathian Ukraine may refer to: Trans-Carpathian Ukraine, designation for an Ukrainian region beyond the Carpathian Mountains, including in terms of geography, western section of Ukraine that includes several regions on both sides of the Ukraini ...

                                               

Ukrainian Army (disambiguation)

The Ukrainian Army or Ukrainian Ground Forces are the land force component of the Military of Ukraine. Ukrainian Army may also refer to: Revolutionary Insurrectionary Army of Ukraine 1918–24, the Anarchist Black Army Ukrainian National Army 1945, ...

                                               

Transcarpathia

Transcarpathian Oblast or Zakarpattian Oblast, an administrative unit of Ukraine, covering Ukrainian Transcarpathian region relative term, designating any region beyond the Carpathians lat. trans- / beyond, over, depending on a point of observati ...

                                               

List of urban agglomerations in Karnataka

In the 2011 Census of India, an urban agglomeration was defined as "An urban agglomeration is a continuous urban spread constituting a town and its adjoining outgrowths, or two or more physically contiguous towns together with or without outgrowt ...

                                               

Arbanasi

Arbanasi may refer to: Arbanasi Zadar hr, a suburb of Zadar, Croatia Arbanasi people, an Albanian population group in Croatia Arbanasi, a village in Beceni Commune, Buzau County, Romania Arbanasi dialect, spoken by the Arbanasi people Arbanasi Ve ...

                                               

Acompli

Acompli is a discontinued mobile app that allowed for user interaction with email messages as well as management of multiple email accounts in one programme. In addition, the tool also organized ones calendar and shared files. This application pr ...

                                               

Mikdad Midhat Bedir Khan

Mikdad Midhat Bedir Khan was a Kurdish nationalist and journalist who published the first ever Kurdish language newspaper, Kurdistan, in 1898. He was also a son of Bedir Khan Beg, the last Kurdish Mir and mutesellim of the Emirate of Botan. Bedir ...

                                               

Reynmen

Yusuf Aktas, better known as Reynmen, is a Turkish vlogger of kurdish decent and Internet celebrity turned actor and singer. He rose to fame by sharing videos on Scorp and YouTube.

                                               

Phyllis Kind

Phyllis Kind was an American art dealer active in Chicago and New York. She promoted the work of the Chicago Imagists and outsider artists.

                                               

Marie soussan

Meriem "Marie" Sousan was a Jewish-Algerian actress and singer associated with his rise of the Algerian theater from the early 1930s, and the first woman in an Arab country to appear in the theater. Along with Rachid Ksentini, she became a partne ...

                                               

2 Kings 13

2 Kings 13 is the thirteenth chapter of the second part of the Books of Kings in the Hebrew Bible or the Second Book of Kings in the Old Testament of the Christian Bible. The book is a compilation of various annals recording the acts of the kings ...

                                               

The Landing of Pedro Alvares Cabral in Porto Seguro in 1500

The Landing of Pedro Alvares Cabral in Porto Seguro in 1500 is an oil painting by the Brazilian artist Oscar Pereira da Silva. The work, which was completed in 1900, depicts the first landing of Pedro Alvares Cabrals ships in 1500 on the land of ...

                                               

Shan

Liu Shan, second emperor of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms period. Shan Tamil actor born 1991, Indian Tamil actor Shaan Shahid, Pakistani actor, model, writer and film director Fu Buqi 宓不齊; Fu Pu-chi; born 521BC who was accorded the title C ...

                                               

Dai

Dai Commandery, a commandery of the state of Zhao and in early imperial China Dai Warring States period, a short-lived state during the Warring States period in Chinese history Dai Spring and Autumn period, a state during the Spring and Autumn pe ...

                                               

Felipe Kast

Felipe Jose Kast Sommerhoff is a Chilean economist, researcher, consultant and politician. Graduated in Economics from the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile and PhD from Harvard University, Kast has been Minister of Planning, presidential c ...

                                               

Ignacio Briones

Ignacio Briones Rojas is a Chilean economist, academic and politician. He is the current minister of finance of Chile in the second government of Sebastian Piñera. He has been in office since 28 October 2019. Prior to this appointment, Ignacio se ...

                                               

DPP

Digital Production Partnership, of UK public service broadcasters Direct Participation Program, a financial security Discounted payback period Denver Preschool Program, a preschool program

                                               

Ramesses (Egyptian name)

Ramesses, also commonly spelled Rameses or Ramses, is the name conventionally given in English transliteration to 11 Egyptian pharaohs of the later New Kingdom period. Other variants of the name include Ramose and Paramessu; these various spellin ...

                                               

Red Terror (disambiguation)

The Red Terror was a campaign of mass arrests and executions conducted by the Bolshevik government of Soviet Russia in 1918–1922. Red Terror may also refer to: Red Terror Hungary, a series of atrocities by the Hungarian Soviet Republic in 1919 Re ...

                                               

Timeline of the 2019–2020 Hong Kong protests (May 2020)

Protests on this day were reported to be the largest in months, with about 230 arrests in total, for offences including unlawful assembly and possession of weapons. The protests began with sing-along events at several shopping malls. Early in the ...

                                               

Roghieh Daneshgari

Daneshgari was a guerilla fighting against Pahlavi dynasty, however she was arrested in a safehouse. According to memoirs of Ahmad Ahmad, SAVAK agents told him that when they arrested Daneshgari, she resisted tortures and did not talk during inte ...

                                               

Emer Higgins

Emer Higgins is an Irish Fine Gael politician who has been a Teachta Dala for the Dublin Mid-West constituency since the 2020 general election. She served as a member of South Dublin County Council from 2014 to 2020, and worked as chief of staff ...