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Sacred Heart Cathedral

Sacred Heart Cathedral, Pretoria, South Africa Sacred Heart Cathedral, Lome, Togo Sacred Heart Cathedral, Bloemfontein, South Africa Sacred Heart Cathedral, Brazzaville, Republic of Congo Sacred Heart Cathedral, Bamako, Mali Sacred Heart Cathedra ...

                                               

Mwine Mpaka Rwamirama

Mwine Mpaka Rwamirama is a Ugandan Politician and Legislator representing Youths of Western Region, Uganda. He is also the Director and Club President of Mbarara City FC in the western City of Mbarara.

                                               

Methodius

Methodius or Methodios may refer to: St. Methodios Faith and Heritage Center, a camp run by the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Boston located in the town of Hopkinton, New Hampshire, United States Methodius III of Constantinople, Ecumenical Patriar ...

                                               

New Philadelphia

New Philadelphia can refer to: New Philadelphia, Illinois, Study Act H.R. 930 to examine the archaeological site New Philadelphia, Illinois, USA; Bunker Hill, Amador County, California, USA; formerly New Philadelphia New Philadelphia, Ohio, USA; ...

                                               

LFT

Lycee Français de Tananarive, a French international school in Antananarivo, Madagascar Lycee Français Toronto, a French international school in Toronto, Canada Lycee Français de Tripoli, a French international school in Tripoli, Libya

                                               

El Manar Preparatory Engineering Institute

The El Manar Preparatory Engineering Institute or IPEIEM, is a Tunisian university establishment created according to the law N°2001-1912 on August 17, 2001. Part of the University of Tunis El Manar

                                               

Amor Rourou

Born in the Sahelian city of Ksar Hellal, he went to Tunis to pursue secondary studies at the prestigious Sadiki College, then in France from 1952 to 1964, which he passed through the benches of the Aix-Marseille University and the IFP School. On ...

                                               

Istvan Kiss (sculptor)

Istvan Kiss was a Hungarian sculptor and a member of the Hungarian Socialist Workers Party Central Committee between 1975 and 1989.

                                               

College of Communication

College of Communication may refer to: Penn State College of Communications of Pennsylvania State University, USA Boston University College of Communication University of Texas at Austin College of Communication Diederich College of Communication ...

                                               

Meline Toumani

Meline Toumani is an American author and journalist. Her memoir There Was and There Was Not: A Journey Through Hate and Possibility in Turkey, Armenia, and Beyond was a finalist for the 2014 National Book Critics Circle Award for Autobiography an ...

                                               

Harry Phillips

Harry Phillips may refer to: Harry Phillips athlete 1885–?, South African long-distance runner Harry Phillips footballer, born 1997 born 1997, English football midfielder Harry Phillips rugby union 1903–1978, Welsh international rugby union playe ...

                                               

James Farmer (disambiguation)

James Farmer was one of the leaders of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and 1960s. James Farmer may also refer to: J. Doyne Farmer born 1952, American physicist and entrepreneur James L. Farmer Sr. 1886–1961, first African-American Tex ...

                                               

Shabab Aalam

Shabab Aalam is an Indian author, educationalist and satirist. He is the Chairman of Grameen Mukt Vidhyalayi Shiksha Sansthan. His book SAMANVYA was released by Ram Niwas Goel.

                                               

MEB

MEB may refer to: Midlands Electricity Board Microscopie electronique à balayage, the French acronym for Scanning electron microscope Volkswagen Group MEB platform for electric cars by Volkswagen Group Ministry of National Education Turkey Turkis ...

                                               

Angeles Mesa, Los Angeles

The City of Los Angeles has installed blue neighborhood signs on the both the southwest corner of Arlington Avenue and 48th Street and on the corner of Crenshaw Boulevard and 54th Street. In 2008, the city approved the Chesterfield Square/Angeles ...

                                               

Charles Cooke

Charles Cooke may refer to: Charles Montague Cooke Jr. 1874–1948, his son, American malacologist Sir Charles Cooke MP for Grampound died 1721, merchant and politician Charles Bowen Cooke 1859–1920, British locomotive engineer Charles M. Cooke Jr. ...

                                               

Presidio (disambiguation)

A presidio is a fortified base established by the Spanish and Mexicans in North America between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries. Presidio may also refer to: Presidio of Monterey, California, an active United States Army installation in Mon ...

                                               

Swain

Swains Island, an atoll in the Tokelau chain, the most northwesterly island administered by American Samoa Swains Lake, New Hampshire, USA Swains Island Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada Swain County, North Carolina, USA Swain Islands, Antarctica

                                               

Saint Gabriel

Saint Gabriel may refer to: Gabriel Lallemant 1610–1649, a Jesuit missionary and Canadian Martyr Gabriel Urgebadze 1929–1995, Georgian Orthodox saint Patriarch Gabriel II of Constantinople, known also as New Hieromartyr Gabriel, Metropolitan of P ...

                                               

St. Pauls School

St. Pauls Primary School, Thaba-Nchu, Bloemfontein

                                               

AEI

AEI may refer to: Albert Einstein Institution, an organisation involved in non-violent methods of political resistance based in the US American Enterprise Institute, a conservative think tank AEI Music Network Inc. Audio Environments Incorporated ...

                                               

Dasa (disambiguation)

Dasa refers to a devotee, surname, tribe, enemy, or servant in Sanskrit. Dasa or DASA may also refer to: Dasa-eup, a town in Daegu, South Korea Defence Analytical Services and Advice, part of the British Ministry of Defence Diagnosticos da Americ ...

                                               

Nandi Madida

Nandi Madida is a South African singer, actress, model and television presenter born in Maphumulo, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. She was featured as a vocalist on the hit single "Tonight" by DJ Franky.

                                               

Mary C. Curtis

Mary Cecelia Curtis is an American journalist who has been a reporter and editor at major publications including The New York Times, Baltimore Sun, and the Arizona Daily Star. She was inducted into the Hall of Fame of the Region IV National Assoc ...

                                               

Federation of Public and Private Sector Employees

The Federation of Public and Private Sector Employees is a trade union representing local government workers in Finland. The union was founded in 1918, and it became known as the Federation of Municipal Officials. It affiliated to the Confederati ...

                                               

Louis Arnett Stuart Bellinger

Louis Arnett Stuart Bellinger was an American architect responsible for the design of significant buildings in and near Pittsburgh.

                                               

Saint Pauls College

Hong Kong St. Pauls College, Hong Kong India St. Pauls College, Lucknow St. Pauls College, Kalamassery St.Pauls College, Mumbai Saint Pauls College, Goa St. Pauls College, Ranchi Japan St. Pauls University normally called Rikkyo University, Tokyo ...

                                               

National Diploma

A National Diploma is a title that is used to represent a standard of academic or vocational education. The title was first used in the United Kingdom, but has now been adopted by educational systems worldwide. National Diploma New Zealand Nation ...

                                               

U.S. Federal Board for Vocational Education

The U.S. Federal Board for Vocational Education, often referred to as the Federal Board of Vocational Education, was created in 1917 and lasted until 1946. It was created by the Smith-Hughes Act of 1917 to promote nationwide vocational education ...

                                               

SWC

Sir Winston Churchill Collegiate & Vocational Institute Sisseton Wahpeton College Southwestern College disambiguation Sir Winston Churchill High School Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School disambiguation

                                               

St. Augustines College

St Augustine College of South Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa St. Augustines College Cape Coast, Ghana St. Augustine International University, Uganda Augustine University Ilara, Epe, Nigeria St. Augustine University of Tanzania

                                               

Christian University

Duta Wacana Christian University Universitas Kristen Duta Wacana, Yogyakarta, Java Maranatha Christian University, Bandung, West Java Petra Christian University, Surabaya, East Java Artha Wacana Christian University, Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara Sa ...

                                               

Metropolitan University

Metropolitan University could refer to one of several educational institutions: Metropolitan University of Technology, Chile Metropolitan University Puerto Rico UMET Metropolitan University, Belgrade, Serbia Metropolitan University College, Denma ...

                                               

St. Andrews College

St. Andrews College may refer to: Australia and New Zealand St Andrews College, University of Sydney, a university college in Australia St Andrews College, Christchurch, New Zealand St Andrews College Marayong, a high school in Australia Canada S ...

                                               

Wesley College

Wesley College may refer to: Wesley College Dublin, Ireland Wesley College Bristol, UK Wesley College Mississippi, U.S. Wesley College, University of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Wesley College Sheffield, UK Wesley College Manitoba, Canada ...

                                               

Christian Brothers College

Christian Brothers College, Boksburg, in Gauteng, South Africa Christian Brothers College, Mount Edmund, in Pretoria, South Africa Christian Brothers College, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

                                               

Yeshiva College

Yeshiva College can refer to: Yeshivah College, Australia, an Orthodox Jewish day school for boys near Melbourne Yeshiva College Yeshiva University, undergraduate college for men in Manhattan, New York, United States Yeshiva College of South Afri ...

                                               

YMCA College

YMCA College may refer to a number of colleges and universities founded by or associated with YMCA: International YMCA College was the name of Springfield College in Massachusetts from 1912 to 1954. YMCA College of Physical Education, first colle ...

                                               

Trinity University

Trinity University may refer to: Trinity Washington University, Washington, DC, USA University of Trinity College, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Bronte International University, formerly known as Trinity College & University, Tortola, British Virgin I ...

                                               

College of Human Ecology

College of Human Ecology is the name of several colleges at various universities dealing with the study of human ecology: In the United States: College of Human Ecology at Cornell University College of Human Ecology at the University of Minnesota ...

                                               

Central College

Wellawa Central College, a school in Wellawa, Kurunegala District Puttalam Hindu Central College, a school in Puttalam, Puttalam District Rajapaksha Central College, Hambantota District Wijayaratnam Hindu Central College, Negombo Nugawela Central ...

                                               

OFS

The Office for Students, the government regulator for the higher education sector in England Overseas Family School, a school in Singapore Orley Farm School, a North-London prep school

                                               

Pauline Redmond Coggs

Pauline Redmond Coggs was an American social worker, educator, and civil rights activist. She focused on combating unemployment, civil rights violations, poverty, and racism, as well as supporting communities of color, women, and other marginaliz ...

                                               

EGI

Euzko Gaztedi, the youth wing of the Basque Nationalist Party Excel Group Institutions, an Indian educational institution Europe-Georgia Institute, a Georgian non-governmental organisation Edward Grey Institute of Field Ornithology at Oxford Univ ...

                                               

DTE

DTE may refer to: Dora the Explorer, a childrens animated television show. Department of Technical Education, a higher education governance body under the government of Kerala, India DTE Energy, a Detroit, Michigan-based utility DTE80, the Micros ...

                                               

Cheng Ting Ting

Cheng Ting is a contemporary artist from Hong Kong. Her work includes primarily oil paintings and drawings, but also prints, artists books, collages and projections. Cheng’s works are personal and often feature memories from her childhood and ado ...

                                               

LRF

LRF may refer to: Location Retrieval Function, a functional entity in the LTE network LRF, the FAA and IATA codes for Little Rock Air Force Base Federation of Swedish Farmers -- in Swedish, Lantbrukarnas Riksforbund Laogai Research Foundation, a ...

                                               

Bircham (disambiguation)

Bircham is a civil parish in the English county of Norfolk, which includes the villages of Great Bircham, Bircham Newton and Bircham Tofts Bircham may also refer to

                                               

Association of Teachers in Biological Sciences

The Association of Teachers in Biological Sciences is an non-profit organisation of biology educators in India. It was founded in 2006 with the aim of creating a platform for teachers in biological sciences to contribute in biology education. It ...

                                               

St. Johns School

St. Johns-Ravenscourt School, Winnipeg, Manitoba St. John Catholic School, Toronto Lower Canada College of Montreal, originally known as St. Johns School St. Johns School Vancouver, British Columbia St. Johns School Quebec, St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, ...