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Australian Web Archive

The Australian Web Archive is an publicly available online database of archived Australian websites, hosted by the National Library of Australia on its Trove platform, an online library database aggregator. It comprises the NLAs own PANDORA archi ...

                                               

Andrew Jenkins (music executive)

Andrew Jenkins is a British-born music publishing executive and the President, Australia and Asia Pacific Region of Universal Music Publishing Group. He is responsible for Universal Music Publishing activities in Australia, Asia, Africa, the Midd ...

                                               

Ver

Ver or VER may refer to: Ver-sur-Launette, in the Oise departement an abbreviation for "versine", a trigonometric function ver function prefix versus, a prefix for versed trigonometric functions in mathematics an abbreviation for "version" Volunt ...

                                               

Lakes Region

Great Lakes region, North America Finger Lakes Region, New York, United States African Great Lakes region Los Lagos Region, Chile Uwharrie Lakes Region, North Carolina, United States Willandra Lakes Region, New South Wales, Australia Lakes Region ...

                                               

China Securities Depository and Clearing Corporation

China Securities Depository and Clearing Corporation Limited, in short CSDC or ChinaClear, is a central securities depository of China, based in Beijing, in responsible for all securities depository and clearing services for Shanghai and Shenzhen ...

                                               

Department of Statistics

Department of Statistics might refer to numerous governmental agencies charged with compiling and publishing statistical information, including: National Administrative Department of Statistics Colombia Statistics New Zealand Statistics departmen ...

                                               

Freedom of the press (disambiguation)

Freedom of the press is the freedom of communication and expression through mediums. Freedom of the press may also refer to: Freedom of the Press film, a 1928 American silent mystery film "The Freedom of the Press" Animal Farm, George Orwells pre ...

                                               

Danish Women Workers Union

The Danish Women Workers Union was a general union representing women working in what were perceived to be lower-skilled jobs, in Denmark. The first union for women in Denmark was founded in 1885, the "Women Workers Union" KAF. It initially repre ...

                                               

Femina

Femina may refer to: Magazines: Femina Switzerland, a Francophone Swiss supplement to Le Matin Femina Esperanto, a womens magazine in Esperanto, "not only for women", published since 2005 Femina South Africa, a monthly womens magazine published i ...

                                               

MellemFingaMuzik

This is a page for music career of the duo MellemFingaMuzik and solo careers of its members Branco and Stepz MellemFingaMuzik is a Danish hip-hop group, consisting of rappers Stepz and Branco. The duo started publishing materials in late 2011, af ...

                                               

Danish Seamens Union

The Danish Seamens Union was a trade union representing sailors and other workers ships in the Danish merchant navy. The union was founded in 1897, and joined the Danish Confederation of Trade Unions LO in 1900. However, the union was generally m ...

                                               

Peoples Commissariat for Military and Naval Affairs of the Soviet Union

The Peoples Commissariat for Military and Naval Affairs of the Soviet Union was the central body of military command and control of the Armed Forces of the Soviet Union from November 12, 1923 to March 15, 1934.

                                               

Tano

Ghana/Ivory Coast Tano North District and Tano South District in Ghana, which make up Tano North Ghana parliament constituency and Tano South Ghana parliament constituency Tano River or Tanoe River in Ghana and Ivory Coast Italy Tano, Italy, a pl ...

                                               

Joseph Ampah Kojo Essel

Essel was born in 1921 at Sefwi-Bekwai in the Western Region of Ghana then Gold Coast. He had his Middle School education at the Sefwi-Wiawso Government Middle School where he obtained his Standard Seven Certificate in 1937. He entered Wesley Col ...

                                               

Owusu A. Kizito

Owusu A. Kizito is an American entrepreneur and housing expert of Ghanaian origin. He is the founder and CEO of InvestiGroup Companies.

                                               

New Vision (disambiguation)

New Vision may refer to: New Vision electoral alliance, an electoral alliance in the Republic of Ireland New Vision Television, a Californian broadcasting company New Vision Group, a Ugandan publishing group Al Ru’yah al Jadida The New Vision - a ...

                                               

Hungarian M70

The M70 is a steel combat helmet used by Hungary, a license made copy of the Soviet SSh-40 and further development of the previous model M50 helmet. Adopted in 1970 and used into the 1990s with its replacement by the introduction of modern Kevlar ...

                                               

Geffen

Geffen or Gefen may refer to: Gefen LLC, an American electronics hardware manufacturing company The Geffen Film Company, a motion picture distributor and production company founded by David Geffen Geffen, Netherlands, a town in the Dutch municipa ...

                                               

San Remo

San Remo may refer to places: San Remo, Victoria, a town in Victoria, Australia San Remo, Western Australia, a suburb of Mandurah, Australia San Remo, New York, a hamlet in Suffolk County, New York, USA Sanremo, an Italian city San Remo, New Sout ...

                                               

Jacques Trublet de Villejegu

Born to the family of Anne-Marguerite de Montigny and Michel Trublet, a captain of the French East India Company, Trublet started studying with the Jesuits to become a priest, graduating in Theology at the University of Rennes on 6 May 1765. Howe ...

                                               

Westland

Westland, Virginia Westland Mansion, the retirement home of Grover Cleveland, the twenty-second and twenty-fourth President of the United States Westland Mall Hialeah, a shopping mall in Hialeah, Florida Westland, Oregon Westland, Indiana Westlan ...

                                               

Globo

Globo may refer to: Rede Globo, Brazilian television network GloboNews, Brazilian television 24-hour news channel Grupo Globo, Brazilian conglomerate primarily in mass media Globo Marcas, Brazilian branding and marketing company Globo Filmes, Bra ...

                                               

Aller

Aller, Asturias, a municipality in Asturias, Spain

                                               

DTP

Dependently typed programming Dynamic Trunking Protocol, a networking protocol from Cisco Parasoft DTP, development testing platform Digital Teaching Platform, educational products Data Transfer Project, an open-source initiative on data portabil ...

                                               

Farrukh Sohail Goindi

Farrukh Sohail Goindi is a renowned Pakistani author, anchor, analyst, activist and columnist. He has travelled around 100 countries as creative traveler, his various travelogues are in printing. He has attended various national and international ...

                                               

Morrow

Morrow Island, British Columbia Morrow Lake, Ontario Mount Morrow, Northwest Territories

                                               

Operation al-Mizan

The Operation al-Mizan was a series of strategic military campaigns conducted by the Pakistan army and 10.000 United States special operations forces from 2002 - 2006. It continued for five years in various phases eventually, several other operat ...

                                               

Yupo (manufacturer)

Yupo Corporation is a Japanese manufacturer of synthetic paper. It is the largest manufacturer of synthetic paper in the world with a 70% market share. It is owned by Mitsubishi Chemical and Oji Holdings, also known as the Oji Paper Company. The ...

                                               

2020 Special Honours (Australia)

The Special Honours Lists for Australia are announced by the Sovereign and Governor-General at any time. Some honours are awarded by other countries where Queen Elizabeth II is the Head of State and Australians receiving those honours are listed ...

                                               

Vida (trade union)

Vida is a trade union representing workers in the transport and service industries in Austria. The union was founded in December 2006, when the Railway Workers Union merged with the Commerce and Transport Union and the Hotel, Catering and Persona ...

                                               

ITI

International Technology Institute, a software company in Burke, Virginia Indian Telephone Industries Limited, manufacturer of telecommunications equipment in India ITI Group, a media group in Poland ITI Records, a jazz record label in Van Nuys, ...

                                               

HDM

HDM may refer to: House dust mite Haus des Meeres, an aquarium in Vienna, Austria Hot dark matter, a form of dark matter Holistic Data Management His Dark Materials, a trilogy of novels by Philip Pullman Harvard Dictionary of Music Hamadan Airpor ...

                                               

Union of Artists, Media Workers and Freelance Workers

The Union of Artists, Media Workers and Freelance Workers was a trade union representing Austrian workers in a variety of industries. The union was founded in 1945 by the Austrian Trade Union Federation. By 1998, it had 16.202 members, with 60% w ...

                                               

Senstar Corporation

Senstar Corporation develops and manufactures perimeter intrusion detection systems, video management software, personal duress systems, and access control software for the physical security and video surveillance industries. Its headquarters are ...

                                               

UDI

Independent Democratic Union Democrata Independiente, a political party in Chile United Defense Industries, a supplier of land warfare systems, now part of BAE Systems Land and Armaments United Diving Instructors, a diver training organization Un ...

                                               

Third Federal S&L

Third Federal S&L, also known as is a major mortgage lending and securing bank association in Cleveland, Ohio, founded in 1938 in the midst of the Great Depression as Cleveland was the 5th largest city at the time with many young home owners, ...

                                               

Lufthansa (disambiguation)

Lufthansa Cargo, a German cargo airline and wholly owned subsidiary. Deutsche Lufthansa, former national airline of East Germany 1955–1963 Deutsche Luft Hansa, former national airline of Germany 1926–1945 Lufthansa Flight Training, a subsidiary t ...

                                               

IDS

Intelligent Decision System, a software package for multiple criteria decision analysis Intrusion detection system, detecting unwanted network access Ideographic Description Sequence, describing a Unihan character as a combination of other charac ...

                                               

Hitachi (disambiguation)

Masahito, Prince Hitachi born 1935, member of the Japanese imperial family Hanako, Princess Hitachi born 1940, member of the Japanese imperial family

                                               

Taipei Metro C371

The Taipei Metro C371 is an electric multiple unit train type currently used on the Taipei Metro Songshan–Xindian line, Zhonghe–Xinlu line, Xinbeitou branch line and Xiaobitan branch line.

                                               

SBI

SBI may refer to: Sound Business, Inc. a non-profit organization based in New York City Synchronous Backplane Interconnect, a computer bus used by early VAX computers State Bank of India, largest bank of India with a multinational presence Site o ...

                                               

ISU

International Space University, Illkirch-Graffenstaden, France I-Shou University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan Imo State University Ifugao State University, in the Philippines International School of Uganda, Kampala, Uganda Ilia State University, in Tbilisi ...

                                               

Seoul Tourism Organization

The Seoul Tourism Organization is a public interest corporation established by local governments in Seoul, South Korea. Its also called a Seoul Tourism Foundation. The organization was established on May 1, 2018. The purpose of the organization i ...

                                               

Swedish Army Fortifications Corps

Swedish Army Fortifications Corps was an administrative corps of the Swedish Army from 1937 to 1962 when it became part of the Defence Staff. The corps provided the Swedish Armed Forces with specially trained personnel for building and property m ...

                                               

LAS

Las, Silesian Voivodeship, a village in southern Poland Las Greece, an ancient city in Greece Las, Lublin Voivodeship, a village in eastern Poland Las, Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Las Khorey, a city in northern Somalia McCarran Inter ...

                                               

Tesco (disambiguation)

Tesco PLC is an international retailer with headquarters in the United Kingdom. Tesco may also refer to: Tesco Vee, musician and co-founder of Touch and Go Records Tesco Lotus Thai supermarket Tesco Value band, Danish music band Tesco.com, the on ...

                                               

Yurii Shapovalov

Yurii Anatoliiovych Shapovalov – a Ukrainian politician. Peoples Deputy of Ukraine of the 7th, 8th and 9th convocations.

                                               

Juwai IQI

Juwai IQI is a privately held real estate sales and media company created by the merger of IQI and Juwai.com. Under its IQI brand, the company sells real estate in 15 countries. Under its Juwai.com brand, it markets international real estate from ...

                                               

FCF Co, Ltd.

FCF is the largest tuna trader in the world. They are privately held. They are one of the largest integrated marine industry supply-chain service providers. They have more than 30 subsidiaries. FCF is an member of the Western Pacific Sustainable ...

                                               

Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences (hospital group)

The Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences is an Indian hospital chain based in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, India. It was founded by Dr Bhaskar Rao Bollineni in 2000 in the city of Nellore, India. Currently, the KIMS Group operates 9 hospitals a ...