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Sloan

Sloan may refer to: MIT Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States Sloan band, a Canadian rock band Sloan Digital Sky Survey, a major astronomical survey Sloan Great Wall, a galactic filament discovered ...

                                               

Virendra K Baranwal

Baranwal was born in 10 July 1960 in Deoria, Uttar Pradesh. He was educated at Maharaja Agrasen Inter College in Deoria. Baranwal archived B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. degree in Lucknow University.

                                               

Mert

Oksana Andrusina-Mert born 1973, Turkish female discus thrower of Russian origin Nuray Mert born 1960, Turkish journalist and political scientist Bahar Mert born 1975, Turkish volleyball player born in Bulgaria Mesut Mert born 1978, Canadian asso ...

                                               

Firouz (disambiguation)

Firouz may refer to: Elsa Firouz Azar born 1983, Iranian film actress Firouz Mirza Nosrat-ed-Dowleh Farman Farmaian III, 1889–1937, GCMG 1919 eldest son of Prince Abdol-Hossein Mirza Farmanfarma Nosrat-od-Dowleh Firouz Mirza 1818–1886, Persian pr ...

                                               

David G. Stork

David G. Stork is a scientist and author, who has made contributions to machine learning, pattern recognition, computer vision, artificial intelligence, computational optics, image analysis of fine art, and related fields.

                                               

STL

.stl, a file format for subtitles STL file format, a file format used to represent 3D CAD models in stereolithography and other solid freeform fabrication technologies Statement List, programming language for Siemens SIMATIC S7 Standard Template ...

                                               

Behavioral subtyping

In object-oriented programming, behavioral subtyping is the principle that subclasses should satisfy the expectations of clients accessing subclass objects through references of superclass type, not just as regards syntactic safety but also as re ...

                                               

Administrator

Health administration, leadership, management, and administration of health organizations Administrator law, a person appointed by a court to handle the administration of an estate for someone who has died without a will Arts administrator, respo ...

                                               

Adrian Hooke

Adrian Hooke was an aerospace telecommunications engineer, and a cofounder of the Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems.

                                               

MFT

Multiprogramming with a Fixed number of Tasks, an option of the OS/360 operating system Media Foundation Transform, a media processing plugin filter model in Microsoft Media Foundation Master File Table, an integral component of the NTFS file sys ...

                                               

B Positive

B Positive is an upcoming American television sitcom that is being co-created, co-written, and co-executive produced by Chuck Lorre and Marco Pennette for Warner Bros. Television. The multi-camera series will debut on CBS as an entry in the 2020– ...

                                               

David Bashevkin

David Bashevkin is an American Jewish rabbi, writer, and professor based in New York. He is currently Director of Education of NCSY, an Orthodox Union youth group.

                                               

William Tennent (disambiguation)

William Tennent III 1740–1777, grandson of William Tennent and figure in South Carolina in the American Revolution William Tennent, Jr., son of William Tennent and predecessor to the Princeton theologians William Tennent High School, Bucks County ...

                                               

George Benson (disambiguation)

George Benson is an American jazz guitarist, singer and composer. George Benson may also refer to: George Benson dean 1613–1692, dean of Hereford Cathedral George Benson footballer 1893–1974, English soccer player George Benson Quaker 1808–1879, ...

                                               

George Wishart Anderson

He was born on 25 January 1913, the son of George Anderson, and his wife, Margaret Gordon Wishart. In 1962 he was created Professor of Old Testament Literature and Theology at Edinburgh University in 1962. In 1968 he also succeeded his colleague, ...

                                               

John Barrington

John Barrington may refer to: Sir John Barrington, 9th Baronet 1752–1818, British MP for Newtown, 1780–1796 John Barrington 14th century MP, MP for Essex Sir John Barrington, 7th Baronet c. 1707–1776, British MP for Newtown, 1729–1734 and 1741–17 ...

                                               

Sincerus

Sigmund Richter, a probable progenitor of the Order of the Golden and Rosy Cross who used the name Sincerus Renatus Georg Ludwig Oeder, theologian and father of Georg Christian Oeder, who used the pseudonym Sincerus Pistophilus Samuel Adams 1722- ...

                                               

Melun (disambiguation)

Melun is a commune in the arrondissement of Melun in north-central France. Melun may also refer to: Louis, Duke of Joyeuse 1694–1724 Louis de Melun, French nobleman Simon de Melun 1250-1302, Marshal of France Anne Julie de Melun 1698-1724, French ...

                                               

Diego Alvarez

Diego Alvarez may refer to: Diego Alvarez theologian c.1558–1635, Spanish theologian and bishop of Trani Diego Alvarez Chanca, doctor who accompanied Christopher Columbus a mistaken name in some 19th-century English sources for Gough Island Diego ...

                                               

Prades

France Prades, Pyrenees-Orientales Prada de Conflent in Catalan, in the Pyrenees-Orientales departement, France Prades, Ardeche, in the Ardeche departement, France Saint-Cirgues-de-Prades, in the Ardeche departement, France Prades, Tarn, in the T ...

                                               

Niya (mythology)

Niya – Polish or more broadly – a Lechitic chthonic deity of the uncertain sex, whose exact functions, however, are unknown. Niyas cult may be demonstrated by the sayings "go to Niye" and "dwell in Nya" collected by Polish ethnographer Aleksander ...

                                               

The Politics of Jesus

The Politics of Jesus is a 1972 book by the American theologian and ethicist John Howard Yoder. In it, Yoder argues against popular views of Jesus, particularly those views held by Reinhold Niebuhr, which he believed to be dominant at the time. N ...

                                               

Brian Harrison

Brian Harrison may refer to: Brian Harrison government official born c. 1983, political appointee in G. W. Bush and Trump administrations Brian Harrison theologian born 1945, Australian-born Roman Catholic priest and theologian Brian Harrison his ...

                                               

Alan Anderson

Alan or Allan Anderson may refer to: Allan Anderson cricketer born 1949, Australian cricketer Alan Anderson footballer born 1939, Scottish former professional footballer Alan Paul Anderson born 1961, American commissioner for the Federal Maritime ...

                                               

Bodelschwingh

Bodelschwingh was a noble family from Westphalia, Germany. Notable members include: Ernst von Bodelschwingh-Velmede 1794–1854, Prussian statesman and Minister of the Interior Friedrich von Bodelschwingh, Senior 1831–1910, German theologian and fo ...

                                               

Ramada (disambiguation)

Ramada is a Spanish word which refers to an open air shelter made of tree branches or thatch. Typically a shade structure in hot, arid locales. Ramada may also refer to:

                                               

Tatev (disambiguation)

Tatev refers to the Tatev monastery Tatev may also refer to: Tatev Hydroelectric Power Station near the village of Tatev Tatev village Տաթև is a village and rural community in the Syunik Province of Armenia, home to the Tatev monastery Wings of T ...

                                               

Graceful (disambiguation)

Graceful may refer to: The Graceful Fallen Mango, an album by experimental rock band Dirty Projectors Edge-graceful labeling, a type of graph labeling Graceful 4, TSZX The Grace s first Japanese album released on November 14, 2007 The Graceful Gh ...

                                               

Douglas Johnson

Douglas Johnson may refer to: Doug Johnson American football born 1977, NFL quarterback Doug Johnson record producer, American record producer and songwriter Douglas Johnson theologian 1904–1991, British evangelical theologian Douglas H. Johnson, ...

                                               

Peter Browne

Peter Browne is the name of: Peter Browne Mayflower passenger 1594–1633, pilgrim and English colonist who arrived in North America on the Mayflower Peter Browne priest died 1842, Dean of Ferns Peter Browne Australian politician 1924–2000, member ...

                                               

John Newman

John Henry Newman 1801–1890, Anglican and Roman Catholic theologian, cardinal and saint John Philip Newman 1826–1899, Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church

                                               

Henry Turner

Henry Gray Turner 1839–1904, American politician, Georgia Harry Turner Australian politician Henry Basil Turner, 1905–1988 Henry Turner Queensland politician 1844–1932 Henry E. Turner New York politician 1832–1911, American politician, New York H ...

                                               

William Gregg

William Gregg may refer to: Bill Gregg 1914–2000, Australian rules footballer William Gregg theologian 1817–1909, Canadian theologian and clergyman; Professor of Apologetics William Gregg clerk and spy died 1708, Scottish clerk and spy William O. ...

                                               

Bartholin

Bartholin is a Danish family name. Thomas Bartholin 1616–1680, Danish physician, mathematician, and theologian, son of Caspar Bartholin the Elder Rasmus Bartholin 1625–1698, Danish physician and grammarian, son of Caspar Bartholin the Elder Janus ...

                                               

Islay (disambiguation)

Islay District, Peru Islay Airport, airport on Islay Islay Antarctica Islay Hill, USA Islay Province, Peru Islay, Alberta, a hamlet in Alberta, Canada Sound of Islay, strait between Islay and Jura

                                               

David Ford (disambiguation)

David Ford is leader of the Alliance Party of Northern Ireland. David Ford may also refer to: David Ford, pseudonym of British author Terry Harknett David F. Ford born 1948, theologian professor at the University of Cambridge David Everard Ford 1 ...

                                               

Montanus (disambiguation)

Johannes Baptista Montanus 1498–1551, Italian physician and medical writer Alpinus Montanus 1st century, of the Treviri, a tribe of the Belgae, commander of a Roman cohort Arnoldus Montanus c.1625–1683, Dutch teacher and author Jan Simonides Mont ...

                                               

Sidi Brahim Riahi

Ibrahim Riahi, birth name Abou Ishak Ibrahim Ben Abdelkader Riahi, was a Tunisian ambassador, theologian and saint. A Sunni Muslim scholar, he was also a poet. He was the grandfather of Ali Riahi.

                                               

Jean Petit

Jean Petit may refer to: Jean Claude Petit 1819 – 1903, French sculptor Jean Robert Petit, French paleoclimatologist Jean Petit theologian died 1411, French theologian Jean Petit or Jehan Petit, French printer in the 15th and 16th centuries Jean ...

                                               

Callistus

Saint Callixtus I, pope from about 217 to 222 Antipope Callixtus III, antipope from 1168 to 1178 Pope Callixtus II, pope from 1119 to 1124 Pope Callixtus III, pope from 1455 to 1458

                                               

William Barclay

William Barclay may refer to: William Edward Barclay 1857–1917, football manager of Everton and of Liverpool William Barclay theologian 1907–1978, theologian and writer of Bible commentaries William Barclay Northern Ireland politician 1873–1945, ...

                                               

William Wall

William Wall may refer to: William Madison Wall 1821–1869, Mormon pioneer, explorer and church leader William Michael Wall 1911–1962, Canadian politician William Wall writer born 1955, Irish novelist, poet and short story writer William Wall cric ...

                                               

Kevin Kelly

Kevin Kelly editor born 1952, editor of Wired magazine and former editor of Whole Earth Catalog Kevin Kelly publisher born 1937, Irish publisher and editor Kevin Kelly announcer born 1967, American wrestling announcer and manager Kevin Kelley mus ...

                                               

Michael Barrett

Michael J. Barrett born 1948, American politician in Massachusetts Michael Barrett Canadian politician born 1984, Canadian Member of Parliament in Ontario Michael Barrett Irish politician 1927–2006, Irish Fianna Fail politician

                                               

Richard Field

Richard Field may refer to: Richard Field politician 1866–1961, member of the Tasmanian Parliament Richard Field Jesuit 1554?–1606, Anglo-Irish Jesuit Richard Field footballer 1891–1965, British footballer Richard Field printer 1561–1624, English ...

                                               

St. John the Evangelist Church

St. John the Evangelist Church refers to churches honoring St. John the Apostle as their patron saint, also known as John the Divine or John of Patmos, but distinguished from St. John the Baptist. Thus, the designation may refer to:

                                               

William Barry

William Barry may refer to: William Jackson Barry 1819–1907, New Zealand adventurer and writer William Farquhar Barry 1818–1879, U.S. Army officer in the Mexican–American and American Civil wars William Barry footballer, Irish footballer William ...

                                               

Maturin

Maturin, city in the state of Monagas in Venezuela Maturin Airport, airport located in the city of Maturin Aragua de Maturin, town in the state of Monagas in Venezuela

                                               

Alexander Miller

Alexander Miller may refer to: Alexander Miller composer born 1968, American composer Alexander Kennedy Miller 1906–1993, American collector Alexander Miller theologian 1908–1960, Scottish-born cosmopolitan writer Alexander Miller cyclist, Namibi ...

                                               

Limbo (disambiguation)

Limbo is an afterlife condition hypothesized by Medieval Roman Catholic theologians, but not made official Catholic doctrine. Limbo may also refer to: