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Cervera (disambiguation)

Espinosa de Cervera, a municipality located in the province of Burgos, Castile and Leon, Spain Cervera de Pisuerga, a municipality in the province of Palencia, Castile-Leon, Spain Cervera de la Cañada, a municipality in Aragon, Spain Cervera de l ...

                                               

Eugenio Alvarez Dumont

Eugenio Alvarez Dumont was a Spanish painter; primarily of Orientalist and costumbrista scenes, although he is best remembered as a battle painter, for his scenes from the Peninsular War. His brother, Cesar Alvarez Dumont, was also a well known a ...

                                               

Joannes van Houbraken

Joannes, Jan or Giovanni van Houbraken, van Houbracken or Houbraken was a Flemish painter and art dealer. He painted religious compositions and allegorical genre scenes. He lived and worked for a while in Italy, first in Rome, later in Naples and ...

                                               

Variety

Variety cybernetics, the number of possible states of a system or of an element of the system

                                               

B2B

Bay to Breakers, an annual footrace in San Francisco, California on the third Sunday of May B2B, a controversial and short lived class in the 1979 Sidecar World Championship Budapest-Bamako, now the largest amateur rally in the world, the largest ...

                                               

RCW

RCW may refer to Rare Coin Wholesalers Riot City Wrestling, a professional wrestling promotion Russian Civil War, a civil war that took place between 1918–20 following the 1917 Russian Revolution Red cockaded woodpecker, an endangered woodpecker ...

                                               

AWP

Associated Whistleblowing Press awp Finanznachrichten, a Swiss Financial News Agency Association of Writers & Writing Programs, a literary organization Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust, a mental health care provider in the s ...

                                               

Relex

Relex may refer to: Rlyeh, a fictional city described by H. P. Lovecraft ReLEx SMILEsmall incision lenticule extraction, a flap procedure in Refractive surgery DG RELEX, the Directorate-General for External Relations European Commission Relex, th ...

                                               

NMD

NMD may refer to: Neuronal migration disorder Neuromuscular disease Norwegian Maritime Directorate Norsk Medisinaldepot, a Norwegian pharmaceutics wholesaler National Missile Defense Northern Marianas descent No More Deaths, a humanitarian aid or ...

                                               

Shia Islam in Senegal

According to historian Alioune Badiane, Shia Islam has been present in Senegal for many centuries, and can be traced back to the Idrisid Dynasty. Unlike Shia Islam in Nigeria, in Senegal Shia Islam has generally coexisted peacefully with the domi ...

                                               

North Beach (album)

North Beach is a compilation album by American jazz pianist Vince Guaraldi released by D&D Records in January 2006. The album is a mix of previously unreleased studio and live recordings taped in mid-1970s.

                                               

Barona Band of Indians

Barona Band of Indians Tribal Affiliation The Barona Band of Indians are a subset of a larger tribe called the Kumeyaay. The Kumeyaay are a Native American tribe indigenous to San Diego County and extending southward into the northernmost part of ...

                                               

Animal domestication and management in the Philippines

Domesticated animals in the Philippines include pigs, chickens, water buffalo, goats, cats, and dogs. Domestication is when a species is selectively bred to produce certain traits that are seen as desirable. Some desirable traits include quicker ...

                                               

City of Gold

Quivira one of the mythical seven Cities of Gold City of the Caesars, mythical South American city of great wealth Lanka, the mythical capital city of Ravana in the epic Ramayana La Canela, legendary location in South America said to contain larg ...

                                               

One percent

1%Club, a non profit group using the Internet to help those in developing countries The wealthiest 1% of people in the United States, from the Occupy Movements slogan, "We are the 99%" One percenter motorcycle, a member of an outlaw motorcycle cl ...

                                               

Awe (disambiguation)

America West Airlines, an Airline that once used the ICAO code prior to the merger of US Airways. Atomic Weapons Establishment, provider of the UKs nuclear deterrent system US Airways, by ICAO airline code Australian Worldwide Exploration, a gas ...

                                               

Dimitry Dikmаn

Dimitry Lvovich Dikman is a philanthropy expert. Member of the Board of Trustees of Hillel Russia. Dimitry Dikman is a senior advisor to the Chairman of the Board of Genesis Philanthropy Group GPG. Prior to assuming his advisory role in 2014, he ...

                                               

Hilary Pennington

Hilary Pennington is an American philanthropist and the first Executive Vice President of Ford Foundation, a position she has held since January 2018. Pennington is celebrated for leading the launch of the five-year, billion BUILD initiative whic ...

                                               

Arabella (disambiguation)

Arabella TV series, a German talk show hosted by Arabella Kiesbauer Arabella 1924 film, a 1924 German silent drama film Arabella novel, a historical romance novel by Georgette Heyer Arabella 1967 film, a 1967 English-language Italian comedy film

                                               

Global Health Security Index

The Global Health Security Index is an assessment of global health security capabilities in 195 countries prepared by the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, the Nuclear Threat Initiative and the Economist Intelligence Unit.

                                               

Xhemail Abria

He was the son of Sefer Kuçi. Educated at home as a youth, he worked as a shepherd. Though self-taught, he was precocious and participated in the popular education of the time.

                                               

Taxation in the Bahamas

Taxation in the Bahamas describes money owed to and collected by the Government of the Bahamas on certain financial transactions. The Bahamas are considered a tax haven given the lack of income tax, capital gains tax, inheritance tax or company t ...

                                               

Routine flaring

Routine flaring, also known as Production flaring, is a method and current practice of disposing of large unwanted amounts of associated petroleum gas during crude oil extraction. The gas is first separated from the liquids and solids downstream ...

                                               

Finland–Uruguay relations

Finland–Uruguay relations refers to the diplomatic relations between the Republic of Finland and the Oriental Republic of Uruguay. Both nations are members of the United Nations.

                                               

Father Abraham

Father Abraham may refer to: Father Abraham, stage name of Dutch singer Pierre Kartner Abraham, the "father of the prophets" Ibrahim ibn Azar in Islam Father Abraham, nick-name of Armenian politician and agricultural scientist Avetik Sahakyan Fat ...

                                               

Ahmad Sobhani

Ahmad Sobhani is a retired Iranian diplomat who previously served as Irans ambassador to Venezuela, Gabon and Armenia. He also served as a deputy foreign minister under Manouchehr Mottaki.

                                               

GIC

Ghana Insurance College, in Accra, Ghana Gyosei International College in the U.K., defunct Galle International College, in Sri Lanka Grait International College in Nigeria Government Intermediate College, a type of school in India

                                               

Ein schoner Hase ist meistens der Einzellne

Ein schoner Hase ist meistens der Einzellne is a 2013 play by Austrian playwright and writer Philipp Weiss. It is based on the true story of two schizophrenic patients of the Gugging mental institution which uses artistic therapy. The play premie ...

                                               

Rami Meir

Rami Meir, full name Rahamim Nuvahovich Migirov – is an Israeli artist who was born in Azerbaijan 11 April 1962. He is also a poet, singer, author of song lyrics, idioms and parables. Nowadays he lives and works in Moscow. Rami Meir is the chairm ...

                                               

Newspaper Owners Association of Bangladesh

Newspaper Owners Association of Bangladesh is an industry trade association of newspaper owners in Bangladesh. The former President of Newspaper Owners Association of Bangladesh is AK Azad, publisher of the daily New Age and chairman of Ha-Meem G ...

                                               

Niloofar Chaman

Niloofar Chaman is a Bangladeshi artist based in Chittagong, Bangladesh, whose work focuses on themes of social injustice and discrimination against women.

                                               

Zamindars of Kanihati

The Zamindars of Kanihati, also known as the Chaudhury family of Kanihati, are a notable zamindar family of the Sylhet region. The family was started with the marriage of a Tripuri princess with Abd al-Malik, the son of Shah Halim ad-Din Narnauli ...

                                               

Rokos Capital Management

Rokos Capital Management LLP is a UK Alternative Investment Fund Manager with billion in assets under management. RCM was founded in 2015 by Chris Rokos, a co-founder of hedge fund Brevan Howard, where he made billion for the firms investors from ...

                                               

PIF

Pif or PIF may refer to: Pingtung Airport IATA code: PIF Palestine Investment Fund Pusan International ForumPIF Pay it forward disambiguation Paid in full disambiguation Pooled income fund Partners in Flight Pargas Idrottsforening Panellinios IF

                                               

Fortune

Fortune may refer to: Fortune, a prediction made in fortune-telling Fortune, a printed slip of text contained in a fortune cookie Luck, a chance happening, or that which happens beyond a persons controls Wealth, an abundance of items of economic ...

                                               

NWT

NWT can mean: Nya Wermlands-Tidningen, a local newspaper published in Varmland, Sweden North West Tonight, the local BBC news broadcast for North West England Net Worth Tax or Net Wealth Tax, a levy based on the aggregate value of all household a ...

                                               

Alberta Advantage

The Alberta Advantage is a term referencing the provincial ethos of the province of Alberta and the features, both economic and cultural, that differentiate Alberta from other Canadian provinces and territories. Jack Mintz, the director of the Un ...

                                               

XP Inc.

XP Inc. is a Brazilian investment management company. The company offers fixed income, equities, investment funds, and private pension products, as well as offers wealth management and other financial services. XP serves customers in Brazil and h ...

                                               

Plata Ta Ta

Plata Ta is a protest song by Chilean singer Mon Laferte and Puerto Rican singer Guaynaa written as a response to repression by government at the 2019-2020 Chilean protests. It was released on November 15, 2019 through Universal Music Group as a ...

                                               

The God of Wealth

The God of Wealth is a 2020 Malaysian Chinese-language comedy film. In the film, three bad guy from the sea bring chaos to a small peaceful fishing village, and the God of Wealth is sent down from heaven to save the village and restore peace. The ...

                                               

Good Wealth 2020

Good Wealth 2020 is a 2020 Malaysian Chinese-language comedy film. In the film, when a man is given power by the God of Wealth to make wishes and becomes rich, he has to make choices between money or his family. The film is released on 6 February ...

                                               

Minsheng

Minsheng is a Chinese word for "the peoples wealth-fare". The word appeared in ancient book such as Zuo zhuan, but most notably as one of the Three Principles of the People. It may also refer to:

                                               

Basque Culinary World Prize

The Basque Culinary World Prize is an annual global award co-founded by the Basque Government and the Basque Culinary Center in 2016. A prize of €100.000 is granted to a chef whose work has a wider socio-economic benefit. The winner is to use the ...

                                               

F. T. Arnold

Franck Thomas Arnold was an Anglo-German musicologist and bibliophile. A self-taught scholar with a day job, he is best known for his The Art of Accompaniment from a Thorough-Bass, described as the finest piece of musicography ever produced in En ...

                                               

Hershey

Hershey, California, an unincorporated community Hershey, Pennsylvania, an unincorporated community, home to the chocolate company Hershey, Cuba, also known as Camilo Cienfuegos, a village in Mayabeque province Hershey, Nebraska, a village

                                               

Companion

Foot Companion, the primary type of soldier in the army of Alexander the Great Ladys companion, a historic term for a genteel woman who was paid to live with a woman of rank or wealth Companion cavalry, the elite cavalry of Alexander the Great A ...

                                               

Neye (company)

Neye, formerly Johannes Neye is a luggage manufacturer and retailer based in Copenhagen, Denmark. The company currently operates 40 retail locations selling product assortments from its own brand as well as a wide range of international brands.

                                               

Philip Michael (real estate developer)

Philip Michael is an American based, Danish real estate developer, entrepreneur, journalist and author. He’s the business partner and uncle of professional footballer Martin Braithwaite who plays for Spanish club FC Barcelona and the Denmark nati ...

                                               

Astoria

Astoria, Illinois Astoria, Missouri Astoria Township, Fulton County, Illinois Astoria, Oregon Astoria, Queens, neighborhood in New York City Astoria, South Dakota

                                               

Bourgeois (disambiguation)

Bourgeois is the adjectival form of the French bourgeoisie, a loosely defined designated group characterized by private wealth, an upper class social status, and its related culture. Petite bourgeoisie Bourgeois liberalism Bourgeois nationalism B ...