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FPF

Peruvian Football Federation Spanish: Federacion Peruana de Futbol Federação Pernambucana de Futebol, the Football Federation of Pernambuco, Brazil Portuguese Football Federation Portuguese: Federação Portuguesa de Futebol Puerto Rican Football F ...

                                               

CGB

CGB may refer to: Christian Trade Union Federation of Germany, a national trade union center Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureau, a part of the Federal Communications Commission Cambridgeshire Guided Busway, a transport route in England Compag ...

                                               

Macedonia Square, Sofia

Macedonia Square is a main city square and junction in the center of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. Prior to the democratic changes in 1989 it was named after Dimitar Blagoev. The main roads crossing the square are Macedonia Boulevard, Hristo Bo ...

                                               

William Leach

William Leach may refer to: William Leach Canadian Army officer 1942–2015 William Leach canoeist born 1946, American sprint canoer William Leach cricketer, born 1883 1883–1969, English cricketer William Leach politician 1870–1949, British Labour ...

                                               

LWB

LWB may refer to: Wide-body aircraft or Large Wide Body Aircraft Longwing Blucher aka Longwing Brogue, see Brogue shoe Long Wheel Base, see wheelbase Life Without Barriers, part of the Australian Council of Social Service Bibliotheques Sans Front ...

                                               

CLK

CLK may refer to: Public Schools of Calumet-Laurium-Keweenaw Cadillac and Lake City Railway Calumet High School Calumet, Michigan Chek Lap Kok, the island where Hong Kong International Airport is located Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class A CLK clock pin in ...

                                               

Flu (disambiguation)

Flu is an infectious disease of birds and mammals caused by RNA viruses of the family Orthomyxoviridae, the influenza viruses. Flu or FLU may also refer to:

                                               

CMTC

CMTC may refer to: Canadian Manoeuvre Training Centre, a Canadian Army training formation located at CFB Wainwright, Alberta. Citizens Military Training Camp, summer military training programs of the United States, 1921-1940 Cytoplasmic Microtubu ...

                                               

DSU

Dutch Student Union, a national students union of the Netherlands Durham Students Union, the students union of Durham University Dalhousie Student Union, representative of students at Dalhousie University

                                               

NHS (disambiguation)

The NHS is the National Health Service, the four publicly funded health care services in the United Kingdom, considered collectively. NHS may also refer to:

                                               

RBF

RBF may refer to: Resting bitch face, an unintentionally annoyed-looking facial expression Rubidium fluoride, chemical formula RbF Rat-bite fever, an illness acquired from rodents Round-bottom flask, a common piece of laboratory glassware Restaur ...

                                               

Vishal

Vishal name, a common given Indian name, meaning great, grand, magnificent or large, prominence, illustriousness and eminence. The meaning is also attributive to the property of being grand. Vishal Bhardwaj, is an Indian film director, screenwrit ...

                                               

Hanna Kroeger

Hanna U. Kroeger was a pioneer in the health food and alternative medicine movements in the U.S. She operated a variety of businesses including a health food store, restaurant, and wholesale herb business in Boulder, Colorado between 1957 and her ...

                                               

HAF

HAF may refer to: Halfling, via Dungeons and Dragons Haiphong Sign Language Hindu American Foundation Hellenic Air Force Homeworkers Union, a former trade union in Denmark Headquarters, United States Air Force Helms Athletic Foundation the Haftar ...

                                               

Carlos Reyes

Carlos Reyes may refer to: Carlos Humberto Reyes, Honduran trade union leader and political candidate Carlos Reyes boxer, Puerto Rican boxer at the 1984 Summer Olympics Carlos Reyes-Manzo born 1944, documentary photographer, photojournalist and p ...

                                               

Laskaris Kananos

Laskaris Kananos was a 15th-century Byzantine traveler to northern Europe who left an account in vernacular Greek of his travels. Kananos may have traveled in 1438–1439 possibly in connection with the Council of Florence, or he may have been trav ...

                                               

FH

Danish Trade Union Confederation Danish: Fagbevægelsens Hovedorganisation Fachhochschule, in German, a college of higher education Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry FH Futura International Airways IATA code Faculty of Humanities The Hong Kon ...

                                               

Union (1774 ship)

Union was launched in Philadelphia in 1774. She sailed between England, North America, and the West Indies. She made one voyage as a slave ship and then returned to her previous trade. A privateer captured her in 1781. Union, Hamilton, master, ar ...

                                               

Muta

MUTA, an abbreviation for Murray Bridge Training Area in South Australia, used by the Australian Army MUTA, an abbreviation in the United States Army Reserve for a "Multiple Unit Training Assembly" multiple refers not to multiple units but the mu ...

                                               

Oral Muhamedjanov

Oral Baigonysuly Muhamedjanov was a Kazakh politician, member of the Mazhilis from 2004 to 2013, and Chairman of Mazhilis from 2004 to 2007 and then 2008 to 2012.

                                               

Alamal

Amal or el Amal or al Amal means hope or work in Arabic. Amal, alAmal, elAmal, Alamal, Elamal, al-Amal, el-Amal, or variation, may refer to:

                                               

AUT

Agongointo-Zoungoudo Underground Town, Benin Austria ISO 3166-1 country code Aktio–Preveza Undersea Tunnel, Greece Airstrip on Atauro Island, East Timor IATA airport code

                                               

Al Amal

Amal or al Amal / el Amal with al / el definit article means Hope or Work in Arabic. Amal, al-Amal, el-Amal, or less frequently alAmal, elAmal, Alamal, Elamal, variation, may refer to:

                                               

Southern Africa Customs Union and Mozambique

The Southern Africa Customs Union and Mozambique is a customs union and trading bloc comprising the countries Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa and Mozambique. Its predecessor is the Southern African Customs Union. SACUM was crea ...

                                               

GDL

GNU Data Language Geometric Description Language Game Description Language Google Developers Live Genomics Digital Lab, a series of educational games Gesture Description Language Generalized distributive law

                                               

99th Illinois General Assembly

A total of 938 bills became law in the course of the 99th General Assembly. Among these was a major overhaul of Illinois family law statutes, as a result of which no-fault divorce became available in Illinois and heartbalm torts were abolished. T ...

                                               

Group B (disambiguation)

Group B was a set of regulations introduced in 1982 for competition vehicles in sportscar racing. Group B may also refer to: the group of industrialized countries "The West" in UNCTAD and other international fora Group B streptococcal infection o ...

                                               

Napo

Napo or NAPO may refer to: Napo Province, a province in Ecuador Napo trade union, a UK trade union that represents probation officers and CAFCASS reporters Napo District, a district of Maynas, Peru Napo County 那坡县, Baise, Guangxi, China Pizza ...

                                               

KNSS

KNSS may refer to: KNSS-FM, a radio station 98.7 FM licensed to Clearwater, Kansas, United States KFH AM, a radio station 1240 AM licensed to Wichita, Kansas, United States, which held the KNSS call sign from 1987 until 2004 KNSS AM, a radio stat ...

                                               

Spes (disambiguation)

Stanley Park Ecology Society Synergistic Processing Elements SPEs, a type of accelerated processing unit in a Cell microprocessor South Place Ethical Society, former name of the Conway Hall Ethical Society Swedish Public Employment Service Swedis ...

                                               

Release

Release may refer to: Release music, one part of the AttackDecaySsustainRrelease envelope of a musical note Release ISUP, a code to identify and debug events in ISUP signaling Release, a bridge in thirty-two-bar form Legal release, a legal instru ...

                                               

HSU

Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, United States Hardin–Simmons University in Abilene, Texas, United States Hang Seng University of Hong Kong Hakim Sabzevari University in Sabzevar, Iran Humboldt State University in Arcata, Cali ...

                                               

Enrique Pastorino

Enrique Pastorino was a Uruguayan trade union leader and communist politician. Born in Montevideo, Pastorino worked variously in the packaging industry and in agriculture, before finding work in a shoe factory. He joined the leather workers union ...

                                               

Neu (disambiguation)

Neu! is a German krautrock band. Neu or NEU may also refer to: National Education Union, a British trade union formed in 2017 from a merger of teacher trade unions Anne Neu, an American politician first elected 2017 New Era University, a universi ...

                                               

NLF

NLF may stand for: Viet Cong National Liberation Front disambiguation National Labor Federation in Eretz-Israel, a national trade union center in Israel Nuclear Liabilities Fund, a UK body funding nuclear decommissioning National Liberal Federati ...

                                               

IBB

IBB may refer to: Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, former President of Nigeria Intentional base on balls, a ploy in baseball International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron Ship Builders, Blacksmiths, Forgers and Helpers, a US trade union Institute of ...

                                               

BRCA

BRCA may refer to: BRCA1, the first of these genes to be discovered BRCA mutation, mutations in two genes which produce a hereditary breast-ovarian cancer syndrome BRCA2, the second of these genes to be discovered British Radio Car Association, a ...

                                               

Postal Union

The Postal Union was a trade union representing postal workers in Finland. The first conference of postal service workers in Finland was held in 1901, but only in 1906 did they agree to form a union, at a meeting in Tampere. In 1945, the union af ...

                                               

Jenny Gill

Jennifer Mary Gill is a retired executive from New Zealand who worked in philanthropy. She was New Zealands first full-time paid employee working in philanthropy, and the chair of Philanthropy New Zealand.

                                               

The Way of the Househusband

The Way of the Househusband is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kousuke Oono. Published in the online manga magazine Kurage Bunch since 2018, The Way of the Househusband follows an ex-yakuza boss who retires from crime to become ...

                                               

Bailiff (disambiguation)

Bailiff usually refers to law enforcement officers involved with lower courts of the United Kingdom or providing courtroom security and order in the United States. Bailiff may also refer to: bailiff chivalric orders French: bailli, a knight Hospi ...

                                               

List of mayors of Ipswich Borough, Suffolk

Ipswich was created a Borough in 1200 by charter of King John. Prior to 1835, the officers of Ipswich Corporation, at various times, consisted of: Sergeants-at-mace A town clerk Twelve portmen A water bailiff The high steward Twenty-four common c ...

                                               

Paul Draper

Paul Draper may refer to: Paul Draper cricketer born 1972, English cricketer Paul Draper philosopher born 1957, American philosopher Paul Draper bassoonist fl. 1933, British musician with London Baroque Ensemble under Karl Haas conductor Paul Dra ...

                                               

Draper Esprit

Draper Esprit is one of Europes largest tech-focused venture capital firms with offices in London, Cambridge and Dublin. The company was founded in 2006 as Esprit Capital, renaming itself Draper Esprit in 2015 after joining a network set up by th ...

                                               

Supreme Commander

Supreme Commander of the Swedish Armed Forces Supreme Commander of the Malaysian Armed Forces Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation Supreme Allied Commander Europe, military commander of the North Atlantic Treat ...

                                               

John Reeves

John Reeves may refer to: John Reeves American football born 1975, American football linebacker John Sims Reeves 1821–1900, English operatic, oratorio and ballad tenor vocalist John Reeves judge born 1952, Australian politician, lawyer and judge ...

                                               

James Reeves

James, Jim, Jimmy or Jamie Reeves may refer to: Jimmy Reeves, boxer who won the 1939 light heavyweight championship Nathan West General Hospital, also known as James Nathan Reeves, a character from American soap opera General Hospital James Reeve ...

                                               

William Reeves

William, Bill or Billy Reeves may refer to: William Reeves cricketer 1881–1962, Australian cricketer William Reeves finance born 1963/64, co-founder of BlueCrest Capital Management William Reeves bishop 1815–1892, Church of Ireland bishop and ant ...

                                               

Rob Walker

Rob Walker may refer to: Rob Walker sports announcer born 1975, master of ceremonies for snooker tournaments Rob Walker journalist born 1968, American freelance journalist Rob Walker motorsport 1917–2002, motor racing team principal and journalis ...

                                               

Peter Warren

Peter Warren may refer to: Peter Warren musician born 1935, American jazz bassist Peter Warren journalist born 1960, English investigative freelance journalist and writer Peter Warren cricketer born 1953, Australian cricketer Sir Peter Warren Roy ...