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Official Languages Act

Official Language Act or Official Languages Act may refer to: the Official Languages Act Canada passed in Canada to enshrine official bilingualism Several acts passed in Sri Lanka the Tamil Language Special Provisions Act No. 28 of 1958 Ceylon pa ...

                                               

Hindu (disambiguation)

Hindu, Hiiu County, a village in Emmaste Parish, Hiiu County, Estonia Hindu, Salme Parish, a village in Salme Parish, Saare County, Estonia Hindu, the ancient Persian name of the Indus River Hindu, California, a former settlement in the U.S. stat ...

                                               

Runtime predictive analysis

R untime predictive analysis is a runtime verification technique in computer science for detecting property violations in program executions inferred from an observed execution. An important class of predictive analysis methods has been developed ...

                                               

Certificate of Aptitude for a Professor for Education in Secondary degree in France

The Certificate of Aptitude for a Professor for Education in Secondary degree in France is a professional diploma from the French Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Research. It is awarded to candidates who, after passing the te ...

                                               

PLAB

Photronics Inc NASDAQ: PLAB, an American semiconductor photomask manufacturer Professional and Linguistic Assessments Board, a UK medical test Phospholipase A GDF15 Growth/differentiation factor 15, a protein

                                               

Central Universities Common Entrance Test

The Central Universities Common Entrance Test, is an entrance examination in India for students who wish to study undergraduate, postgraduate, M.Phil and PhD courses in 14 Central Universities established by Central Universities Act, 2009 in Indi ...

                                               

Stevan Hadzic

Stevan Hadzic was a general of the Royal Serbian Army and an army general of the Royal Yugoslav Army. In the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, he served four times as Minister of the Army and Navy and remained there until his death. Hadzic was born on 19 Fe ...

                                               

DET

DET or Det may refer to: Coleman A. Young International Airport, Detroit, US, IATA Code Department of Education and Communities New South Wales, formerly the Department of Education and Training DET The mathematical determinant a determiner, in i ...

                                               

Guild of British Camera Technicians

The Guild of British Camera Technicians abbreviated to GBCT is a not for profit organisation that represents knowledgeable, qualified and craft trained camera technicians working in film and high end television production around the world. The st ...

                                               

Md Enayet Ullah

Ullah was born on 07 January 1965 in Kurigram District, East Pakistan, Pakistan. He graduated from Rangpur Cadet College. He also graduated from PLA National Defence University and Defence Services Command and Staff College. He has a Masters in D ...

                                               

NEST

NEST may refer to: Northland Emergency Services Trust, a New Zealand emergency rescue organisation Novell Embedded Systems Technology, a software product for embedded systems National Employment Savings Trust, a British workplace pension scheme N ...

                                               

Paul Chocheprat

He entered the Ecole Navale Naval School in October 1871 and left it as an aspirant in October 1874. He then joined the gunnery training ship-of-the-line Alexandre and then on the ironclad Jeanne dArc in an evolution squadron in 1875 before servi ...

                                               

Soe Htut

Soe Htut is Burmese military officer and incumbent Minister for Home Affairs of Myanmar. Soe Htut is a career soldier, and currently holds the rank of Lieutenant General.

                                               

PTE

Party of Labour of Spain, the Partido del Trabajo de España University of Pecs Pecsi Tudomanyegyetem, Hungary Workers Party of Ecuador, the Partido de los Trabajadores de Ecuador Passenger transport executive, a local government body responsible ...

                                               

CMT

Canal Maximo Television, a defunct Venezuelan regional network CMT Canadian TV channel, a Canadian pay television channel CMT American TV channel, a cable network dedicated to country music and lifestyle programming Castilla–La Mancha TV, a Spani ...

                                               

Rudolph V. Tolbert

Rudolph V. Tolbert was born on October 14, 1938, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. While a student at Dunbar High School, he was vice president of the physics club, a member of the track team, and participated in reserve officer training. After high s ...

                                               

Commander (disambiguation)

BCT Commander, a 2002 computer wargame developed by ProSIM Company and published by Shrapnel Games Commander computing, a file manager primarily with a list/detail view Magic: The Gathering Commander, a gameplay format in Magic: the Gathering

                                               

Kings African Rifles Long Service and Good Conduct Medal

The Kings African Rifles Long Service and Good Conduct Medal was approved in March 1907 to recognise long service and good conduct by members of the Kings African Rifles. Initially, the period of qualifying service for members to be eligible to r ...

                                               

IMEA

IMEA may refer to: Illinois Music Educators Association, a state-level organization promoting music education Innovation in Music and Entertainment Awards, presented as part of the Popkomm trade show Indian Ministry of External Affairs, the forei ...

                                               

Juls

Julian Nicco-Annan, better known by his stage name Juls, is a British-Ghanaian record producer, disc jockey, and musician. He is best known for the production of songs like Bankulize and "Skin Tight" by Mr Eazi, "Feel Alright" by Show Dem Camp, R ...

                                               

Scrubb (band)

Scrubb is a Thai musical duo composed of Thawatpon Wongboonsiri and Torpong Chantabubpha. The band has been known for their popular hits such as ทุกอย่าง, ใกล้, คู่กัน, เข้ากันดี and รอยยิ้ม.

                                               

GME

Green Mountain Energy, American company General Motors Europe General Microelectronics, a defunct American semiconductor manufacturer Guardian Media Entertainment Grieg Music Education, Norwegian company General Motors Egypt Gelatine Manufacturer ...

                                               

Anne-Claire Niver

Anne-Claire Niver, known professionally as Anne-Claire, is an American singer-songwriter and recording artist. A North Carolina native, Niver studied opera at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro before starting her career. She is a for ...

                                               

MML

Medieval and Modern Languages, an undergraduate degree offered by the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, University of Oxford FMML Modern and Medieval Languages, an undergraduate degree offered by and the corresponding faculty at the Unive ...

                                               

Kaplan

The Czech, German, Estonian, Hungarian, Slovakian, Slovenian, Swedish, and Yiddish word for chaplain or priest. Capellan: Spanish Cappellano: Italian Many other languages have very similar spellings, such as Kapelionas: Lithuanian Kapelaan: Dutch ...

                                               

Jose Loyola

Jose Loyola began to study flute with his father, Efrain Loyola, and continued at a later time, in 1963, at the National Art Schools with professors Juan Pablo Ondina and Emigdio Mayo. In 1967, Loyola concluded his medium level music studies and ...

                                               

Sakunosuke Koyama

Koyama left for Tokyo in 1880 without permission from his family and began studying English, mathematics and music at the University of Tsukiji. After obtaining his diplomas, he was appointed by the Ministry of Education as a researcher and teach ...

                                               

Kaylah Oniwo

Kaylah Oniwo is a Nigerian radio personality, actress, fashionista, blogger and presenter. She is known for co-hosting The Road Show and CATWALK WITH KAYLAH on Cool Fm.

                                               

Tems

Tems was born in Lagos in 1996. At school she was noticed by her music teacher and she learnt the piano. She would practice singing with her brothers guitar accompaniment. She attended Dowen College in Lekki and studied and graduated in economics ...

                                               

Temi Balogun

She was educated at Queens College in Lagos and then studied media at Nottingham Trent University. She was once a tee-shirt designer who sang in a duo called "Soyinkas Afro" with her brother aka Ajebutter 22 in 2009. Balogun became a host at Cool ...

                                               

Andrew Hill

Andrew Hill jazz musician 1931–2007, American jazz pianist and composer Andy Hill American music producer born 1951, American record producer and educator Andy Hill composer born 1957, British music producer and songwriter Andrew Hill or Charlton ...

                                               

Arthur Porter

Arthur Porter may refer to: Arthur Porter cricketer 1914–1994, English cricketer Arthur Kingsley Porter 1883–1933, American art historian and medievalist Arthur Porter historian 1924–2019, Creole professor and author, father of Arthur Porter phys ...

                                               

Phil Wilson

Phillip Wilson 1941–1992, American jazz drummer Phil Wilson trombonist born 1937, American jazz trombonist and educator Phil Wilson singer, with The June Brides

                                               

Michael Stevens

Mike Stevens Brookside, fictional character Michael Stevens producer 1966–2015, American television producer, director, and writer Michael Fenton Stevens born 1958, British actor and comedian

                                               

Salvatore Fighera

Salvatore Fighera was an Italian composer of both sacred and secular music. Born in Gravina in Puglia, he completed his musical studies at the Conservatorio di SantOnofrio a Capuana in Naples and spent several years in Milan after leaving the con ...

                                               

SBC

Southern Baptist Convention, a US Christian denomination Brazilian Computer Society Sociedade Brasileira de Computação, established 1978

                                               

World Theatre Training Institute

The World Theatre Training Institute AKT-ZENT was originally founded in 1995 as AKT-ZENT International Theatre Centre Berlin by Artistic Director Jurij Alschitz and Programme Director Christine Schmalor. Since 2011, AKT-ZENT has operated as the p ...

                                               

Carmen Sarahi

Carmen Sarahi was born in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas. She is a graduate of the Televisa Arts Education Center. He has faced soap operas such as Rubi, Rebelde, Mujer de madera, Palabra de mujer, Ni contigo ni sin ti, El Juramento Telemundo, and prog ...

                                               

Melvin Judkins

Melvin Paul Judkins was an American physician known for his contributions to the field of interventional cardiology. He developed specialized pre-shaped catheters to reach the coronary vessels via the aorta. Today, they are commonly used and know ...

                                               

Byron Wallen

Byron Wallen is a British jazz trumpeter, composer and educator. He was described by Jazzwise as "one of the most innovative, exciting and original trumpet players alive". As characterised by All About Jazz, "He does not fit into any pigeonhole, ...

                                               

GST

Generation-skipping transfer tax, in the United States Goods and Services Tax New Zealand Goods and Services Tax Australia Goods and Services Tax Malaysia Goods and Services Tax Hong Kong Goods and Services Tax India Goods and Services Tax, the n ...

                                               

DBE

Double Buffer Extension, an X Window System extension DBE drug, also known as estrobin, a synthetic estrogen Dibasic ester, an organic chemical compound Double-balloon enteroscopy, an endoscopic technique for visualization of the small bowel .dbe ...

                                               

COE

Church of Euthanasia, an American religious organization Spanish Olympic Committee Spanish: Comite Olimpico Español Council on Occupational Education, in the U.S. Coe College, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, U.S. Chamber Orchestra of Europe, based in Lond ...

                                               

RK

Rajesh Khanna, Bollywood film actor Ram Kapoor, Bollywood film actor Reality Kings, a North American pornographic website Rurouni Kenshin, a manga series by Nobuhiro Watsuki

                                               

Rea

River Rea, Shropshire, a river in Shropshire, England Rea, Lombardy, in Italy Rea, Missouri, United States Rea, Hungarian name of Reea village in Totești Commune, Hunedoara County, Romania River Rea, a river in Birmingham, England

                                               

Theodore R. Ludlow

Theodore Russell Ludlow was an American prelate of the Episcopal Church who served as the Suffragan Bishop of Newark from 1936 till 1953.

                                               

Philip Brown

Philip or Phillip Brown may refer to: Philip Brown alpine skier Philip Brown Charlottetown politician born 1958-59, Canadian politician Philip Brown 1838–1913, Canadian merchant, immigration officer and religious figure in Manitoba who constructe ...

                                               

Tripartite

Tripartite means composed of or split into three parts, or refers to three parties. Specifically, it may also refer to any of the following: Tripartite contract or agreement; between three parties Tripartite language Tripartite classification of ...

                                               

Muhammad Ishaq

Ishaq was born on 1883 in Feni. He received his primary religious education from local religious institution. Then he got admitted into alim class of Comilla. Later, he went to Makkah. There he got admitted into Sawlatiyya Madrasa. He studied Isl ...

                                               

Paul Schruers

Schruers was born in Hasselt on 25 October 1929. He experienced a sense of religious vocation from the age of 16. He studied at the minor seminary in Sint-Truiden and the Diocesan Seminary of Liege, where he was ordained to the priesthood in 1954 ...