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La Salle University (disambiguation)

La Salle University may refer to: La Salle University based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania LaSalle University, based in Louisiana formerly Missouri, one of several James Kirk diploma mills La Salle Extension University, correspondence/distance lea ...

                                               

RTT-150

RTT-150 is a Russian-Turkish 1.5-m optical telescope. It is an international project, jointly led by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation and the Council for Technical and Scientific Research of Turkey. The main perform ...

                                               

PRIA

PRIA is a four-letter acronym or abbreviation, and may refer to: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, an Irish journal International Conference on Pattern Recognition and Image Analysis, a biennial scientific international conference Public Re ...

                                               

Academy of Medicine

Academie Nationale de Medecine 1820, which replaced the former Academie royale de chirurgie 1731 and Societe royale de medecine 1776

                                               

Andrzej Jez

Andrzej Jez is a Polish Roman Catholic bishop, being the archbishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tarnow since 2012. He was previously the auxiliary bishop of Tarnow and titular bishop of Tigillava from 2009 to 2012.

                                               

Francisco DAgostino

Graduated in law in 1968, continues profudizing his law studies at University of Bonn and University of Fribourg, before obtain a doctorate in Jurisprudence at the Tor Vergata University Rome, where since 1980 is professor of Philosophy of Law. S ...

                                               

Antony Devotta

Bishop Antony Devotta was the ninth bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tiruchirappalli of the Ecclesiastical Province of Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India.

                                               

Travelling Light

"Travelling Light", song by The Fireman from the 2008 album Electric Arguments "Travelin Light" J. J. Cale song, 1976 "Travellin Light", 1959 song by Cliff Richard and the Shadows "Travlin Light" song, first recorded by Billie Holiday in 1942 wit ...

                                               

FCN

Ficolin Federal Center of Neurosurgery Tyumen, in Russia Federation of Canadian Naturists FTI Consulting, an American professional services company the chemical compound Cyanogen fluoride Faith community nursing National Convergence Front Spanish ...

                                               

Cavalcade (disambiguation)

Cavalcade may refer to: A huge parade Cavalcade, a horseback procession, parade, or mass trail ride Cavalcade play, a play by Noel Coward Suzuki GV1400 Cavalcade, a Suzuki luxury touring motorcycle available from 1985 to 1988 in North America Cav ...

                                               

Orkestar OSBiH

The Orkestar OSBiH or as it is known officially, the Military Band of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina is ceremonial band unit of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina. At the time of its creation, it was the successor to the a ban ...

                                               

Narrow

Narrow may refer to: The Narrow, rock band from South Africa Narrow vs wide format, a style of displaying tabular data Narrow banking, proposed banking system that would eliminate bank runs and the need for a deposit insurance Narrowboat or narro ...

                                               

Concurrent (Easter)

A concurrent was the weekday of 24 March in the Julian calendar counted from 1 to 7, regarding 1 as Sunday. It was used to calculate the Julian Easter during the Middle Ages. It was derived from the weekday of the first day of the Alexandrian cal ...

                                               

Guyana Defence Force Band Corps

The Guyana Defence Force Band Corps is a military band in Guyana. It is a representative unit in the GDF whose role is to provide musical accompaniment for ceremonial functions. The band is currently composed of the following ensembles: Marching ...

                                               

Valkoisten Voitonparaati

The Valkoisten Voitonparaati was a military parade of the Finnish White Guard on 16 May 1918 celebrating their decisive victory in the Finnish Civil War, which officially ended the day before. The parade took place in Helsinki, the capital of Fin ...

                                               

Wild child

Wild Child film, a 2008 teen romantic dramedy film starring Emma Roberts "Wild Child: The Story of Feral Children", an episode of Body Shock documentary series Wild Child comics, a Marvel Comics character first appearing in 1983 The Wild Child, a ...

                                               

Ipanema (disambiguation)

Ipanema is an Old Tupi term meaning "bad water", i.e. a body of water that is unsuitable to a certain task. It can refer to:

                                               

Seht, er lebt

Seht, er lebt is a Christian poem written by the Catholic priest Lothar Zenetti in 1973. With an Israeli melody, it became an Easter hymn in the Neues Geistliches Lied genre, first published in 1975. In the 2013 Catholic hymnal Gotteslob, it appe ...

                                               

Love Parade (disambiguation)

"The Love Parade" song, a song and instrumental by The Dream Academy Laird-Clowes, Gabriel 1985 "The Love Parade", single by The Undertones, D. ONeill, M. Bradley from The Sin of Pride 1983 "Luv Parade", 2006 MISIA single and song "Love Parade" T ...

                                               

Newport Beach Christmas boat parade

The Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade in Newport Beach, California, is an American Christmas ships festival. It began at the turn of the 20th Century. John Scarpa, an Italian gondolier by trade, and Joseph Beek, developer of Beacon Bay, the Bal ...

                                               

1945 Harbin Victory Day Parade

The 1945 Harbin Victory Day Parade was a solemn military parade of troops from the Soviet Red Army in the Chinese city of Harbin on 16 September 1945. It took place over 2 weeks after the Surrender of Japan to the United States and allied forces ...

                                               

NDP

Nondeterministic programming, a type of computer language Neighbor Discovery Protocol, an Internet protocol Nortel Discovery Protocol, a layer two Internet protocol, also called SONMP

                                               

ANZAC (disambiguation)

Australia Anzac Parade, Canberra Anzac Peak, Heard Island Anzac Highway, Adelaide ANZAC Square, Brisbane ANZAC Rifle Range, Malabar Headland Anzac Memorial Park, Townsville Anzac Square Building, Brisbane Anzac Avenue, Brisbane Anzac Bridge, a br ...

                                               

Band of the Duke of Edinburghs Royal Regiment

The Duke of Edinburghs Royal Regiment Band was a military band of the British Army that served as the regimental band of the Duke of Edinburghs Royal Regiment from 1959 to 1994. During its existence, the regimental band maintained a corps of drum ...

                                               

TAB

Technical advisory board Totalisator Agency Board, in Australia and New Zealand Transportes Aereos Bolivianos, a cargo airline Travis Association for the Blind

                                               

Commandants Office of the Moscow Kremlin

The Commandants Office of the Moscow Kremlin is an administration unit of the Federal Protective Service of Russia. Its duties include inspecting visitors to the Kremlin and providing security to the Kremlin interior and buildings exterior from t ...

                                               

Filip Lazar (rugby union)

Lazar was also selected in 2014 for the State side assembled to play in the European Cups, namely București Wolves.

                                               

Federico Garcia Lorca Garden (Paris)

The Federico Garcia Lorca Garden is a public park situated on the 4th arrondissement of Paris, in the heart of the French capital.

                                               

Kosovo Security Force Band

The Kosovo Security Force Band is a music group from the partially recognized Republic of Kosovo. It is the only one within the countrys Security Forces and follows the Albanian and even Serbian band precedent and format. The Kosovan FSK Band was ...

                                               

Womens March

2017 Womens March, a political rally that included marches in Washington, D.C., and worldwide March for Womens Lives, a 2004 march in Washington, D.C. Womens March on Portland Womens March on Seattle Woman suffrage parade of 1913 2019 Womens Marc ...

                                               

Over 10 Years

Over 10 Years is a special album by South Korean rock band, FT Island, released on June 7, 2017, by FNC Entertainment. The album was preceded by a remake of the bands debut song, "Love Sick," while title track, "Wind," released alongside the album.

                                               

21st Century Boy

21st Century Boy is a song by British band Sigue Sputnik released in May 1986 and is the second single from their debut album Flaunt It. It was the bands second biggest hit, peaking at number 20 on the UK Singles Chart.

                                               

Amphibious Reconnaissance and Patrol Unit

Members are known as frogmen and have a similar mission set to the US Navy SEALs. The entire ROC Marine Corps is considered an elite force, the ARPU is the most elite unit within the Marines. The ARPU operates both reconnaissance and underwater d ...

                                               

Nub

Nub or NUB may refer to: National Union of Blastfurnacemen, Ore Miners, Coke Workers and Kindred Trades, former UK trades union Nahda University, Egypt Nub, an analog controller on Pandora and PlayStation Portable ISO 639-2 code for the Nobiin la ...

                                               

Free China

The term Free China may mean: Free area of the Republic of China, a term used by the ROC government to contrast itself with the Peoples Republic of China and avoid acknowledging their control over mainland China; often shortened to "Free China" a ...

                                               

CRE

CRE, ICAO code for Cree Airways Corporation, Canada Commission for Racial Equality, a former British government body Castle Rock Entertainment, an American film and television production company Center for Regulatory Effectiveness, an American lo ...

                                               

NTU

Ntu is a village in Nagaland, India. NTU may stand for: Nevada–Texas–Utah Retort, a shale oil extraction technology National Taxpayers Union, a nonprofit organization in the United States National Team Unity, a political party in Trinidad and Tob ...

                                               

CICC

CICC can represent any of the following: Cook Islands Christian Church, the largest religious denomination in the Cook Islands Coalition for the International Criminal Court, Civil society in 150 countries advocating for a fair, effective and ind ...

                                               

Heya

Heya or Hey Ya may refer to: Heya, a variant name for Islamic religious police Heya wa Howa, alternative title of Howa wa heya "Him and Her", Egyptian TV show He Ya Chinese: 河丫, a minor character related to Shang Yang in the Chinese television ...

                                               

KKY

KKY may refer to Kalau Kawau Ya KKY, one of the western and central Torres Strait languages, see Kala Lagaw Ya Kappa Psi ΚΚΨ, United States national honorary band fraternity Department of Cybernetics KKY, a departments of the Faculty of Applied S ...

                                               

RY

Ry or RY may refer to: Arts and entertainment: RY X, Australian singer-songwriter and musician Ry Cooder, a musician, songwriter, film scorer, record producer and instructor Ry musician, Australian rapper Places: Ry Municipality, a former municip ...

                                               

Aks

Aks 2012 TV series, a 2012 Pakistani drama Aks 2018 film, a 2018 Pakistani horror film Aks 2011 TV series, a 2011 Pakistani drama Aks album, released by Lucky Ali in 2000 Aks 2001 film, a 2001 Indian Hindi supernatural thriller

                                               

Brothers (disambiguation)

Brothers 1982 film, an Australian war drama directed by Terry Bourke Brothers 1913 film, an American silent film directed by D. W. Griffith Brothers 2007 film, a Hong Kong film starring Andy Lau, Michael Miu, and Eason Chan Brothers 2017 drama fi ...

                                               

Sphinx (disambiguation)

Sphinx Romania, a natural rock formation in the Carpathian Mountains The Sphinx Wyoming, a mountain in the Wind River Range, Wyoming, US Great Sphinx of Giza, the giant Sphinx statue near the Great Pyramids, Egypt The Sphinx British Columbia, a m ...

                                               

Wrap

Gift wrap or wrap paper, used to enclose a present Shrink wrap, a polymer used to bundle boxes on a pallet for transport Vehicle wrap, a coloured polymer used to cover a cars paintwork, for advertising purposes or as a cost-effective alternative ...

                                               

Paroles et Musique

Paroles et Musique is a 1984 comedy-drama romance film directed and written by Elie Chouraqui and starring Catherine Deneuve and Christopher Lambert. It is also the film debut of Charlotte Gainsbourg.

                                               

Rogue

Rogue Entertainment, a software company Rogue Pictures, an American film production company Rogue Fitness, a manufacturer and distributor of strength and conditioning equipment Rogue Ales, a microbrewery in Newport, Oregon Rogue esports, an Ameri ...

                                               

Parliament (disambiguation)

BBC Parliament, TV channel broadcasting footage from British parliaments Parliament TV New Zealand, New Zealand television station

                                               

FNS

WWE Friday Night SmackDown, an American sports television show Food Network Star, an American reality television series Fox News Sunday, an American television news show Fuji Network System, a Japanese television network

                                               

The Return

Nostoi or Returns, a lost poem in ancient Greek, thought to have been completed in the sixth or seventh century BC The Return short story collection, a short story collection by Roberto Bolaño "The Return" short story, a 1954/1960 short story by ...