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GX

GX, Gx, or gx may refer to: Airlines: Guangxi Beibu Gulf Airlines IATA airline designator Air Ontario IATA airline designator Pacificair IATA airline designator In arts and entertainment: Pokemon-GX, a part of the Pokemon Trading Card Game Yu-Gi- ...

                                               

Ellis Wiley

Ellis Wiley was a Canadian accountant and prolific amateur photographer. Wiley died in 2002, and his widow donated his just over 2.500 35mm slide film to the City of Toronto Archives. The Wiley collection spans the years 1945 to 1998. Commentator ...

                                               

Chris Cooper (disambiguation)

Chris Cooper is an American actor. Chris Cooper also may refer to: In sports: Chris Cooper basketball born 1990, American player Chris Cooper American football born 1977, American defensive lineman Chris Cooper broadcaster fl. 1990s, British foot ...

                                               

Julian Holland (journalist)

Holland was born in Farnworth in Lancashire on 29 March 1925; his father was a printer whose business was poorly hit by the Great Depression. The family moved to Bolton and then to Birmingham, where Holland attended King Edwards School; there, he ...

                                               

Beb

Beb or BEB may refer to: Beb, Hungarian village Beach Erosion Board Binary exponential backoff, a congestion avoidance technique ISO 639-3 code for the Bebele language of Cameroon IATA code for Benbecula Airport Best of European Business

                                               

Permeke Library

The library is named after Oscar Permeke, a cousin of Constant Permeke, who used to run the garage Permeke Motors in the building previously. In 1982 Permeke moved his business to elsewhere in the city due to lack of space. The library opened on ...

                                               

John Marks

John Marks may refer to: John H. P. Marks 1908–1967, writer and translator John Marks businessman 1916-1982, business investor - refer Lend Lease Communities John Marks doctor born 1925, chairman of the British Medical Association Johnny Marks 19 ...

                                               

Shannon Pinto

Shannon Pinto is an American politician, currently serving as a member of the New Mexico Senate. A member of the Democratic Party, Pinto represents the 3rd district, which covers part of Navajo Nation and includes Shiprock, New Mexico.

                                               

VALR

VALR is a cryptocurrency exchange based in Johannesburg, South Africa that provides a trading platform supporting over 50 cryptocurrencies. The exchange currently allows users to trade South African rand with bitcoin, ethereum and XRP while allow ...

                                               

Wandile Sihlobo

Wandile Sihlobo is a South African agricultural economist. He is the chief economist of the Agricultural Business Chamber of South Africa. He was appointed as a member of President Cyril Ramaphosas Presidential Economic Advisory Council in 2019 a ...

                                               

Takealot.com

Takealot.com is a South African e-commerce company based in Cape Town, South Africa. As the country’s largest online retailer, takealot.com has helped grow online shopping in South Africa, and was the first local retailer to take part in Black Fr ...

                                               

Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder

The Minnesota Spokesman–Recorder is an African American, English language newspaper headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota and serves readers in the Twin Cities. Founded in 1934, it is the oldest continuously operated black newspaper and longest ...

                                               

Dispatch

Print Alaska Dispatch News, daily newspaper of Anchorage, Alaska St. Louis Post-Dispatch, daily newspaper of St. Louis, Missouri Observer-Dispatch, daily newspaper of Utica, New York Daily Dispatch, a South African newspaper Columbus Dispatch, da ...

                                               

SAG

Sag Harbor, New York, a village in Suffolk County, New York, USA The Sag, a colloquialism for the Sagtikos State Parkway on Long Island, New York Sag, a village near Osijek in Croatia Sag, a commune located in Salaj County, Romania Șag, a commune ...

                                               

Maimai (social network)

Maimai is a Chinese business and employment-oriented online service. It is used for professional and social networking. Maimai was founded by Lin Fan and launched in the fall of 2013. Although Maimai is often compared to US-based LinkedIn, Fan ha ...

                                               

Miners Federation (France)

The Miners Federation was a trade union representing mineworkers in France. In 1947, the General Confederation of Labour CGT suffered a major split, with those on the right of the federation leaving to form the rival Workers Force. The National F ...

                                               

Free Floating

The film tells about a 20-year-old guy who lives in a small town in which the only factory is suddenly closed. He works in the market, goes to various discos and constantly receives rejections about employment. And suddenly he sees a barge that w ...

                                               

Labor history

Labor history may refer to: Labor history of the United States Labor history discipline, a subfield of the discipline of history History of trade unions in the United Kingdom Australian labour movement, including its history Labor History journal ...

                                               

Emilie Claeys

Emilie Claeys was born in Ghent in 1855 as daughter of a labourer who died young. She worked as a spinner and a maidservant before becoming politically active from 1886 on. Raised a Catholic, she lost her faith as an adult. She was an unmarried m ...

                                               

Carne, Osso

Carne, Osso is a 2011 documentary directed by the NGO Reporter Brasil that portrays the reality of workers from Brazilian meat packing plants. It has already been broadcast at the E Tudo Verdade international festival, sponsored by the now defunc ...

                                               

HL

Half-Life series, a video game series by Valve Half-Life video game, the first game in that series Horseland, an online community and virtual game

                                               

Rik Kuethe

Frederik Philip Kuethe was a Dutch diplomat, journalist and writer. He worked for the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs from 1970 to 1985, after which he joined the weekly magazine Elsevier as a journalist.

                                               

Loneliness Can Kill

Loneliness Can Kill is a Hong Kong television series produced by HK Television Entertainment and aired on ViuTV between 18 April and 6 June 2020. In the form of an anthology series based on real-life events and interviews, the programme explores ...

                                               

Alain Le Leap

Alain Henry Herve Joseph Le Leap was a French trade union leader. Born in Lanmeur, Le Leap studied law in Rennes. He began teaching at a boarding school, and founded a union branch there. In 1928, he became a tax inspector, and joined the relevan ...

                                               

Corn-rent

Corn rent is a type of variable money rent that follows fluctuations in the price of corn. The principle underlying the concept of corn-rent is that a tenant farmer pays a portion of the produce of a farm to the landlord as rent. However, the pri ...

                                               

ILC

ILC may refer to: Independent Learning Centre International Lutheran Council Interprovincial Lottery Corporation in Canada International Land Coalition International Labor Comparisons, division in the Bureau of Labor Statistics Industrial loan co ...

                                               

ELC

eLearning Credits, an initiative of the Government of the United Kingdom ELC English Language Center, an American language school Estherville-Lincoln Central Community School District in Iowa, United States Eligibility in the Local Context, in th ...

                                               

Children (Abolition of Defence of Reasonable Punishment) (Wales) Act 2020

The Children Act 2020 2020) was an Act of the National Assembly for Wales that was given royal assent on 20 March 2020. It was introduced to the Assembly in March 2019 by Julie Morgan AM and passed on the 28 January 2020. It was first detailed in ...

                                               

Daet massacre

The Daet massacre, which took place on June 14, 1982 in Daet, Camarines Norte, saw four people died on the spot, and at least 50 were injured when forces of Ferdinand Marcos administration opened fire on protesters on marching to demand an increa ...

                                               

David Bueno

David Triunfante Bueno was a Filipino human rights lawyer from Ilocos Norte, best known his work as the most prominent human rights lawyer in Ilocos Norte during the later part of the Marcos administration and the early part of the succeeding Aqu ...

                                               

Umuganda

Umuganda is a national holiday in Rwanda taking place on the last Saturday of every month for mandatory nationwide community work from 08:00 to 11:00. Participation in Umuganda is required by law, and failure to participate can result in a fine. ...

                                               

AFCA

A.F.C.A clothing, an urban lifestyle clothing brand named after the football club AFC Ajax, a Dutch professional football club based in Amsterdam A.F.C.A hooligans, a hooligan firm linked to the football club A.F.C. Aldermaston, a non-league Engl ...

                                               

MPT

Molybdopterin, a component of molybdenum cofactor Tetrahydromethanopterin, the coenzyme H 4 MPT Modern Periodic Table, of elements Methylpropyltryptamine, a psychedelic tryptamine

                                               

Ragnarok (disambiguation)

Ragnarok Festival, a pagan metal festival in Germany Ragnarok gaming event, an annual week-long gaming event held by the Dagorhir Battle Games Association

                                               

List of Perth Glory FC players (25–99 appearances)

Perth Glory FC is an Australian professional association football club based in Perth, Western Australia. The club was formed in 1995, and played their first competitive match in October 1996, when they played in the First Round of the 1996–97 Na ...

                                               

Alvaro Betancur

Alvaro Betancur is a Colombian former professional tennis player. Based in Florida, Betancur comes from Medellin originally and featured in seven Davis Cup ties for Colombia during the 1970s. He played in Colombias Inter-Zonal Final against event ...

                                               

SACO

SACO is an initialism that may refer to: Sino-American Cooperative Organization, a World War II–era treaty for cooperation between the United States and Republic of China Swedish Confederation of Professional Associations SACO Special Action Comm ...

                                               

La Familia

La Familia may refer to: La Familia professional wrestling, a former WWE stable La Familia "The Family", original title of Velazquezs painting Las Meninas La Familia rap group, a Bucharest-based rap group founded in 1995, among the first hip hop ...

                                               

Superman (disambiguation)

Superman Volume 3, the series that ran from 2011–2016 Superman vol. 2, the series that ran from 1987–2006 Superman comic book Superman comic strip, a comic strip that ran from 1939 to 1966 Superman Kingdom Come, an alternate version of Superman f ...

                                               

List of NK Siroki Brijeg managers

Nogometni klub Siroki Brijeg is a professional football club based in Siroki Brijeg, Bosnia and Herzegovina, which plays in the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina. This chronological list comprises all those who have held the position of cl ...

                                               

Danish Musicians Union

The Danish Musicians Union is a trade union representing musicians in Denmark. The union was founded in 1911, bringing together 26 orchestra associations totalling 2.000 members, half of whom were based in Copenhagen. By 2009, its membership was ...

                                               

Academica

Academica may refer to: Academica Maputo, a football organization in Mozambique Academica do Mindelo, a football organization in São Vicente Island, Cape Verde Academica a Miami, Florida-based charter school operator Academica Gyldendal, a publis ...

                                               

JBA

JBA can refer to: John Browns Army, a fictional terrorist organisation in Splinter Cell: Double Agent Jens Berthel Askou, a Danish association football player Junior Basketball Association, a professional basketball league for young men players J ...

                                               

Saipa

SAIPA, an Iranian automobile manufacturer South African Institute of Professional Accountants, a professional association Saipa Diesel, an Iranian manufacturer of trucks and trailers

                                               

The Warriors

The Warriors film, a 1979 film, directed by Walter Hill and based on the Sol Yurick novel The Warriors, also known as The Dark Avenger, a 1955 film starring Errol Flynn The Warriors video game, a 2005 video game based on the 1979 film The Warrior ...

                                               

Quadra (album)

Quadra is the fifteenth studio album by Brazilian metal band Sepultura, released on February 7, 2020. It is a concept album based on numerology, the number four and its significance as depicted on Quadrivium. As it was with Machine Messiah, the b ...

                                               

Bolt

Crossbow bolt, ammunition used in a crossbow Bolt climbing, an anchor point used in rock climbing Bolt fastener, similar to a screw, used with a nut Bolt firearms, a mechanism used in firearms

                                               

2020–21 Primeira Liga

The 2020–21 Primeira Liga is the 87th season of the Primeira Liga, the top professional league for Portuguese association football clubs. The season will start on a date to be announced in 2020 and it is scheduled to conclude on 2021. The uncerta ...

                                               

CS Gloria Reșița

Club Sportiv Gloria Reșița, commonly known as CS Gloria Reșița, or simply as Gloria Reșița, was a Romanian professional football club based in Reșița, Caraș-Severin County. The club was originally established in 1951 and was the second most power ...

                                               

Marguerite Champendal

Marguerite Champendal was the first woman from Geneva to obtain her doctorate in medicine at the University of Geneva. She founded a center for distributing pasteurized milk for infants there, as well as an acclaimed nursing school.