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LLH

LLH may refer to Life-Line Hospital, a hospital in Damak of Jhapa, Nepal Hospitals LLH Hospital, one of the hospitals in the United Arab Emirates Schools Los Lunas High School, a school in Valencia County, New Mexico Las Lomas High School, a scho ...

                                               

Platense

Platense may refer to: Club Atletico Platense, a football club based in Florida, Buenos Aires, Argentina Platense F.C., a football club based in Puerto Cortes, Cortes, Honduras Platense, a demonym for the Rio de la Plata Basin of Argentina and Ur ...

                                               

Gagarin (disambiguation)

Gagarin may refer to Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, the first man to travel in outer space. Gagarin may also refer to: Gagarin surname or Gagarina

                                               

Daira

Daira may refer to: Alternative spelling of Dayereh, Dayra or Dajre Daira talisman, a circular talisman used in Babism Daira also Daeira, the name of one of the Oceanids in Greek mythology Daira, Yemen, a populated place on the island of Socotra ...

                                               

Prince Royal

Prince Royal may refer to the Crown Prince in the following monarchies: Louis XVII of France, during the monarchy of 1791-1792 Prince Royal of France, to either of Prince Royal of Haiti, see Jacques-Victor Henry, Prince Royal of Haiti Ferdinand P ...

                                               

List of battles of the War of the First Coalition

This is a list of sieges, land and naval battles of the War of the First Coalition. It includes the battles of the Flanders campaign, the Rhine campaigns, the 1792 incursions into Switzerland, the Italian campaigns, the Mediterranean campaign of ...

                                               

Lalla Aicha, regent of Touggourt

Lalla Aicha was regent of Touggourt from 1833–1846. She was from the Ben-Gana family, which was granted the title cheikh el-Arab’ by the French. She married Amer, Sultan of Touggourt, and was the mother of Sultan Abd ar-Rahman. According to an 18 ...

                                               

Wassila network

The Wassila network or lAssociation contre les violences faites aux femmes et aux enfants or Avife is a network of Algerian citizens groups and institutions that defend womens rights, established in October 2000.

                                               

Armengol

Armengol is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Jorge Lozano Armengol born 1948, Mexican politician Maria Antonia Armengol born 1950, Spanish politician Joan Armengol d. 2020, Andorran attorney and politician Francina Armengol bor ...

                                               

Khoe–Kwadi languages

The Khoe–Kwadi languages are a family consisting of the Khoe languages of southern Africa and the poorly attested extinct Kwadi language of Angola. The relationship has been worked out by Tom Gueldemann, Edward Elderkin and Anne-Maria Fehn.

                                               

Fabiola Yañez

Fabiola Andrea Yañez is an Argentine journalist and actress. She is the current First Lady of Argentina, as the domestic partner of President Alberto Fernandez, with whom she has been since 2014.

                                               

GGS

Germany Guard Service Guru Granth Sahib, the central religious scripture of Sikhism Gerald Gentleman Station, a power station in Nebraska Gobernador Gregores Airport, in Argentina The Great Giana Sisters, a video game Governor Generals Awards, in ...

                                               

Mercedes dAlessandro

Mercedes DAlessandro is an Argentinean writer and economist. She wrote the book Feminist Economics: How to Build a Society, published in Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, and Spain, and currently in its fifth issue. DAlessandro is also a co-founder of ...

                                               

Polarity of gender

In linguistics, polarity of gender is when a lexical item takes the opposite grammatical gender than expected. The phenomenon is widespread in Afroasiatic languages such as Semitic and Cushitic tongues. For example, in Somali, which is a Cushitic ...

                                               

Australia/New Zealand Cup

The Australia/New Zealand Cup is a series of cross-country skiing events arranged by the International Ski Federation. It is one of the nine FIS Cross-Country Continental Cups, a second-level competition ranked below the World Cup. The Australia/ ...

                                               

Flirtboat

Flirtboat was built on Sysis NetLife platform. It first launched in Austria in November 2000. The website was also made available in the United Kingdom from 2001 to 2003, and in Croatia from 2001 to 2002. The website was hosted in different locat ...

                                               

Dieter Flury

Dieter Flury is a Swiss flutist who was the principal flute of the Vienna Philharmonic from 1981 to 2017. He also served as the orchestras managing director from 2005 to 2014.

                                               

Aurat

Aurat means a "woman" or a "wife" in Urdu and Hindi languages. In some countries such as Indonesia, aurat means "awrah" or "body parts". The nomenclature "aurat" is used in many Asian languages including Arabic, Azerbaijani, Bengali, Hindi, Persi ...

                                               

Bachelor (disambiguation)

A bachelor is an unmarried man, from the old French word "bachelor." The Bachelor may also refer to: the title of anyone of any gender or marital status who holds a bachelors degree

                                               

FIS Cross-Country Eastern Europe Cup

The FIS Cross-Country Eastern Europe Cup is a series of cross-country skiing events arranged by the International Ski Federation. It is one of the nine FIS Cross-Country Continental Cups, a second-level competition ranked below the World Cup. The ...

                                               

Adele Colson

Adele Celestine Josephina Colson was the first woman to graduate from the Royal Carillon School Jef Denyn in Belgium and the first woman in the world to earn a professional carillon certification.

                                               

Flavia Biroli

Flavia Biroli is a Brazilian political scientist. She is the author of several books about democracy, gender, and the media. She is a professor of political science at the University of Brasilia and a specialist in feminist political theory.

                                               

Regina Maria Cordeiro Dunlop

Regina Maria Cordeiro Dunlop is a Brazilian Ambassador. In 2016 she left Geneva where she had been the Permanent Representative at the United Nations to be Brazils ambassador in The Hague

                                               

Bade

Bade, Burkina Faso, a town in Comoe Province Bade, Nigeria, a Local Government Area in Yobe State Bade Emirate, a traditional state in Nigeria Bade District, a district in Taoyuan, Taiwan

                                               

Sheik

The Sheik film, a 1921 silent film starring Rudolph Valentino, based on the novel The Sheik novel a 1919 novel by Edith Maude Hull Shes a Sheik, a 1927 film starring Bebe Daniels with a gender-reversed plot Sheik Legend of Zelda, an alias/disguis ...

                                               

First Day (TV series)

First Day is an Australian drama television miniseries for children which premiered on ABC Me on 30 March 2020. The series originated as a short film of the same title which aired in 2017. The miniseries retells elements of the short film. The se ...

                                               

The Challenge: Total Madness

The Challenge: Total Madness is the thirty-fifth season of the MTV reality competition series The Challenge. This season features alumni from The Real World, Are You the One?, Big Brother, Celebrity Big Brother UK, The Amazing Race, Survivor, Geo ...

                                               

List of female members of the European Parliament for Croatia

In 2013, when Croatia first elected MEPs, 6 of the 12 elected were women. In November 2018, Biljana Borzan was appointed as the European Parliaments rapporteur on women rights in the Western Balkans in order to help women in Croatia. At the 2019 ...

                                               

Susanne Viefers

Susanne Friederike Viefers is a German-Norwegian theoretical physicist interested in low-dimensional quantum systems including the Quantum Hall effect, Bose–Einstein condensates, and anyons. She is a professor of theoretical physics at the Univer ...

                                               

Christian Saunders

Christian Francis Saunders is the Acting Commissioner-General of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees in the Near East. In November 2019, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres appointed Christian Saunder ...

                                               

Mahu

Mahu may refer to: Mawu, Dahomey goddess, sometimes called Mahu Cornelis Mahu 1613–1689, a Flemish Baroque painter Stephan Mahu, died 1541, composer of the Franco-Flemish School Mahu, Estonia, village in Viru-Nigula Parish, Laane-Viru County, Est ...

                                               

Trans

Trans: Gender and Race in an Age of Unsettled Identities, a book about gender and race identity

                                               

Poole (disambiguation)

Poole is a town in Dorset, England. This is home to, or gives its name to: Poole UK Parliament constituency Poole Park Lilliput, Poole, a district Poole Bridge Poole Logboat, a 300 - 200 BC hollowed tree trunk boat Poole Grammar School, an all-bo ...

                                               

Andrus (given name)

Andrus is an Estonian masculine given name. People named Andrus include: Andrus Paul born 1975, Estonian luger Andrus Aug born 1972, Estonian road bicycle racer Andrus Johani 1906–1941, Estonian painter Andrus Kajak born 1965, Estonian fencer And ...

                                               

Atria

Atria may refer to: Atria company, a large Finnish food company Atria Software, the original maker of ClearCase Atria, the home planet of the aliens in the U.S. TV series Star-Crossed Atria star or Alpha Trianguli Australis, a star in the constel ...

                                               

Birth name

The birth name is the name of the person given upon their birth. The term may be applied to the surname, the given name or to the entire name. Where births are required to be officially registered, the entire name entered onto a births register o ...

                                               

Alexandre Lordkipanidze

Alexandre Lordkipanidze was born in 1988. In 2009, he graduated from Shota Rustaveli Theatre and Film University. In 2011, he received the Master’s Degree from the same University. Lordkipanidze is one of the founders of poetry group Pink Bus. Th ...

                                               

Anna Sologashvili

Anna "Ola" Sologashvili was a Georgian politician of the Social Democratic Party and member of the Constituent Assembly of Georgia from 1919 to 1921. After the Soviet takeover of Georgia in 1921, she was part of an opposition underground and late ...

                                               

Liza Nakashidze-Bolkvadze

Elisabed "Liza" Nakashidze-Bolkvadze was a Georgian politician of the Social Democratic Party and member of the Constituent Assembly of Georgia from 1919 to 1921. After the Soviet takeover of Georgia in 1921, she was repeatedly persecuted for bei ...

                                               

NBG

NBG may refer to: National Bank of Greece National Bank of Georgia Nordic Battle Group Natal Border Guard, a military unit of the Colony of Natal during the Anglo-Zulu War Namibian Black German, a pidgin variant of the German language native to N ...

                                               

Kwasi Agyemang Gyan-Tutu

He was born on 12th February, 1957 in Badu in the Brong Ahafo region. He had his BA Hons in Political Science in the University of Ghana from 1988-1991 and also MPHIL in Political Science from 1995–1999.

                                               

Sulemana Alijata

Alijata was born on 25 August 1975 in Tumu in the Upper West region. She earned her diploma in Community Development at the Rural Development College from 2005 to 2007.

                                               

Aspasia (disambiguation)

Aspasia was an Athenian woman and a friend of Pericles. Aspasia may also refer to: Aspasia Manos 1896–1972, wife of Alexander of Greece and the only modern Greek royal consort not styled as Queen Aspasia journal, a journal of gender history Aspas ...

                                               

FRS

Federal Reserve System, the central bank of the United States Forum of Social Republicans French: Forum des republicains sociaux, now the Christian Democratic Party, a French political party Facility registry system, a centrally managed Environme ...

                                               

GSM (disambiguation)

Guildhall School of Music and Drama, formerly Guildhall School of Music IILM Graduate School of Management, Greater Noida, India Graduate School of Management GSM Barcelona Graduate Studies in Mathematics, textbooks by the American Mathematical S ...

                                               

Awyu–Ok languages

The Awyu–Ok languages are a group of Trans–New Guinea families in central New Guinea established by Timothy Usher, though with precedents in earlier studies.

                                               

Nabya Haidara

Haidaras date of birth is unknown, but it is acknowledged that her father was Lebanese and her mother Susu. Little is known about her early life, until she becomes prominent as one of the most daring of the RDA fighters, who were organised by Maf ...

                                               

Frans Christiaan Eberhard Oldenburg

Frans Christiaan Eberhard Oldenburg was a colonial administrator on the Gold Coast, who served as Commander of the Dutch Gold Coast between 2 May 1818 and his death on 2 January 1820.

                                               

FIS Cross-Country Slavic Cup

The FIS Cross-Country Slavic Cup is a series of cross-country skiing events arranged by the International Ski Federation. It is one of the nine FIS Cross-Country Continental Cups, a second-level competition ranked below the World Cup. The Slavic ...

                                               

Gender sensitivity

Gender sensitivity is the process by which people are made aware of how gender plays a role in life through their treatment of others. Gender relations are present in all institutions and gender sensitivity especially manifests in recognizing pri ...