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James Forsyth

James Forsyth may refer to: James W. Forsyth 1834–1906, U.S. Army officer and general James B. Forsyth 1809–1872, Massachusetts physician and politician Jimmy Forsyth photographer 1913–2009, British amateur photographer James Bell Forsyth 1802–18 ...

                                               

Mary Simpson

Mollie Evans 1922-2016, British antique dealer, born Mary Simpson Mary Simpson Northern Ireland politician, unionist politician in Northern Ireland in the 1970s and 1980s Mary Simpson house servant Mary Ellen Simpson, musician in The Ace of Cups ...

                                               

Khalid Said

Khalid Said or Khalid Saeed is the name of: Khalid Saeed Yafai born 1989, British boxer Khaled Mohamed Saeed 1982–2010, Egyptian victim of police brutality leading to the 2011 Egyptian Revolution; see Death of Khaled Mohamed Saeed Khalid Saeed Kh ...

                                               

2019–20 BC Zalgiris season

The 2019–20 BC Zalgiris season is the 76th season in the existence of the club. The club has been playing in the Betsafe-LKL, King Mindaugas Cup and the EuroLeague.

                                               

Saeed Ahmed

Saeed Ahmed Rawalpindi cricketer, Pakistani cricketer Saeed Ahmed Hyderabad cricketer, Pakistani cricketer Saeed Ahmed Khairpur cricketer, Pakistani cricketer Saeed Ahmed footballer born 1990, Pakistani footballer Saeed Ahmed Karachi cricketer, P ...

                                               

CIH

CIH or cih may refer to: IATA code for Changzhi Wangcun Airport ISO 639-3 code for the Chinali language CIH computer virus, also known as Chernobyl and Spacefiller The Chartered Institute of Housing, a UK-based professional society Chromogenic im ...

                                               

Dental

Dental may refer to: Dental technician, a person who makes dentures Dental Hygienist, a person who cleans teeth in a Dental office Dentistry, a medical profession dealing with teeth Dental Assistant, a person who assists Dentist in a Dental offic ...

                                               

Kathryn Linda Haycock Proffitt

Kathryn Linda Haycock Proffitt was a non-career appointee who served as the American Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Malta from 1998 until 2001. Prior to her appointment, Proffitt had been President, Executive Officer and founder ...

                                               

Thomas Oliver

Thomas Oliver may refer to: Tom Oliver born 1938, English actor Thomas Oliver religious writer 1871–1946, teacher, magazine editor, author and wool expert Thomas Oliver Canadian politician 1821–1880, Canadian businessman and political figure Thom ...

                                               

Cecil Kent Drinker

Cecil Kent Drinker was an physician and founder of the Harvard School of Public Health. He was professor at Harvard School of Public Health from 1923 till 1935. Drinker was involved in the effect of radium on the woman painting luminous dials. Dr ...

                                               

CIAR

CIAR may refer to: Centre international Albert-Roussel, a non-profit organization established in 1992 Acronym for The Customer Is Always Right The Cornell International Affairs Review, a biannual peer-review student-run organization operating out ...

                                               

PREDICT (USAID)

PREDICT was an epidemiological research program funded by a United States Agency for International Development grant. Launched in 2009, the program was described as an early warning pandemic system.

                                               

Peter Daszak

Peter Daszak is a British zoologist and an expert on disease ecology, in particular on zoonosis. He is currently president of EcoHealth Alliance, a nonprofit non-governmental organization that supports various programs on global health with headq ...

                                               

James Richards

James Richards may refer to: James Richards Canadian football born 1969, American football offensive guard James Lorin Richards 1858–1955, American financier and industrialist James Richards veterinarian 1948–2007, American veterinarian and noted ...

                                               

Wann

Wann may refer to: Wann, Nebraska Wann River, a tributary of Tagish Lake in northern Canada Wann Formation, a geologic formation in Kansas and Oklahoma USS Walter C. Wann, a US Navy ship during World War II WANN, the former call sign of radio sta ...

                                               

Alfred Rahlfs edition of the Septuagint

Alfred Rahlfs edition of the Septuagint, sometimes called Rahlfs Septuagint or Rahlfs Septuaginta, is a critical edition of the Septuagint published for the first time in 1935 by the German philologist Alfred Rahlfs. This edition is the most wide ...

                                               

NHP

NHP may refer to: Necrotising hepatopancreatitis, a lethal epizootic disease of farmed shrimp National Historical Park, a term used in the United States to describe historic and/or significant natural areas Nevada Highway Patrol, a division of th ...

                                               

Yerkes

Yerkes is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Stan Yerkes 1874-1940, American baseball player Bob Yerkes 1932-, American stuntman Harry Yerkes, musician Mary Agnes Yerkes 1886–1989, American Impressionist painter, photographer, an ...

                                               

Maurice K. Temerlin

Temerlin collaborated academically with his wife on articles, including "Psychotherapy Cults: An Iatrogenic Perversion," which was published in Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice. The work remains highly regarded, and is cited by numero ...

                                               

Nancy Sullivan (biologist)

Nancy Jean Sullivan is an American cell biologist researching filovirus immunology and vaccine development. She is a senior investigator and chief of the biodefense research section at the Vaccine Research Center. Her team discovered the monoclon ...

                                               

Frank Alexander (veterinarian)

He was born on 18 March 1917 the son of Sydney Alexander in New Mills, Cheshire now part of Derbyshire. He was educated at Furness Vale Primary School then Buxton College from 1927 to 1935. In 1935 he began studies at the Dick Vet school in Edinb ...

                                               

James Hallen

Col James H B Hallen CIE FRCSE FRCVS was a 19th-century British veterinarian who served as Principal of the Dick Vet School in Edinburgh from for the academic year 1866/67. His is best remembered for his role as General Superintendent of Horse Bt ...

                                               

Swithinbank

Anne Swithinbank born 1957, horticulturist. Charles Swithinbank 1926–2014, British glaciologist. Harold William Swithinbank FRS FRSE FRGS FSA 1858-1928 British veterinarian and army and navy officer, father of Isobel Cripps

                                               

Alexander Robertson

Alexander Robertson may refer to: Alexander Robertson chemist 1896–1970, British chemist Alexander Robertson MP 1779–1856, British Member of Parliament for Grampound Alex Robertson Australian rules footballer 1887–1915, Australian rules footballe ...

                                               

Eric Robinson

Eric Robinson may refer to: Eric Robinson conductor 1908–1974, British conductor Eric Robinson water polo, British water polo player Eric Robinson veterinarian, South African veterinarian Eric W. Robinson, American historian Eric Gascoigne Robins ...

                                               

James Steele

James Steele may refer to: Jim Steele footballer born 1950, Scottish footballer who also played for Southampton James Steele British Army officer 1894–1975, British general James Harlan Steele 1913–2013, American veterinarian Jim Steele wrestler ...

                                               

Flashman

Flashman may refer to: Flashman, a character in the 1857 novel Tom Browns School Days by Thomas Hughes Harry Flashman, the principal character in those novels, based on the character in Hughes 1857 novel The Flashman Papers, the series of novels ...

                                               

Gag (disambiguation)

Yonkoma, a four panel form of Japanese gag comic strip Gag cartoon, a one-panel comic that is usually intended to have ridiculous happenings Visual gag, a comedians term for a joke, a comedic sketch or routine, or the visible effect of a magical ...

                                               

John Clifford

John Clifford may refer to: John R. Clifford, USDA Chief Veterinarian John Clifford, 9th Baron de Clifford 1435–1461, also 9th Lord of Skipton, Lancastrian military leader during the Wars of the Roses John Clifford MP fl.1372, MP for Gloucestersh ...

                                               

AOS

Amook Bay Seaplane Base IATA: AOS Armed Offenders Squad Victoria, disbanded branch of Victoria Police Armed Offenders Squad, branch of the New Zealand Police Adjustment of status, immigration concept in the United States Airway Operational Suppor ...

                                               

Acanthacorydalis fruhstorferi

Acanthacorydalis fruhstorferi is a species of dobsonfly native to China. It holds the title of largest aquatic insect by wingspan according to the Guinness Book of World Records at 21.6 cm. The title formerly belonged to the Brazillian damselfly ...

                                               

National Chemical Emergency Centre

The National Chemical Emergency Centre is a former UK government agency, now privately owned as part of Ricardo plc, providing information related to chemical accidents to emergency services in the United Kingdom and other countries. The NCEC is ...

                                               

DBT

DBT may refer to: Dibenzothiophene, a chemical compound DBT gene DBT Online Inc. a US data mining company dbt data base tool, an open source data transformation tool Digital breast tomosynthesis, a breast X-ray technique Dialectical behavior ther ...

                                               

Onkar Singh

Onkar Singh is an Indian researcher and professor of mechanical engineering at Harcourt Butler Technical University. He has been the founder vice-chancellor of Madan Mohan Malaviya University of Technology and former vice-chancellor of Uttar Prad ...

                                               

Sleep (disambiguation)

Norman Sleep born 1945, American geophysicist Sleep rapper born 1976, American underground hip hop artist Wayne Sleep born 1948, British dancer, director, and choreographer

                                               

Adolescent sleep

Adolescent sleep is typically poor in duration and quality. Sleep duration and quality reduce to suboptimal levels, and sleep duration variability and latency increases during adolescence. Sleep recommendations suggest that adolescents should obt ...

                                               

Can I Sleep in Your Arms/Lucky Ladies

Can I Sleep in Your Arms/Lucky Ladies is a studio album by American country music artist Jeannie Seely. It was released in November 1973 on MCA Records and was produced by Walter Haynes. It was Seelys first solo studio album in three years and wa ...

                                               

Denise Cai

Cai attended the University of California, San Diego, where she received her Bachelor of Science in psychology in 2004. There, she performed an honors thesis under the mentorship of Ebbe Ebbesen entitled "Computational model of rape and assault c ...

                                               

Bryndis Benediktsdottir

Bryndis completed a matriculation examination from Reykjavik Junior College in 1971 and in the same year, began studying medicine at the University of Iceland. She completed a Cand. degree from the University in 1977 and pursued studies in genera ...

                                               

Magdy Younes

Magdy Kherallah Younes is a Canadian physician and researcher specializing in respirology and sleep medicine. His major areas of focus include reflex control of breathing during exercise, sleep and mechanical ventilation; pathogenesis of respirat ...

                                               

Dependency

Dependency UML, a relationship between one element in the Unified Modeling Language Hidden dependency, a relation in which a change in many areas of a program produces unexpected side-effects Dependent type, in computer science and logic, a type ...

                                               

Nobodys Perfect

Nobodys Perfect 2008 film, a Hong Kong film starring Kary Ng Nobodys Perfect 1968 film, a naval comedy film "Nobodys Perfect" Degrassi High, an episode of Degrassi High Nobodys Perfect 1990 film, a comedy film starring Chad Lowe Nobodys Perfect, ...

                                               

Epidemic (disambiguation)

An epidemic is a disease that spreads rapidly. Epidemic may also refer to: A particular epidemic, see list of epidemics Spanish flu 1918-1920 of influenza caused by H1N1 influenzavirus Black Death 14th century of bubonic plague caused by Yersinia ...

                                               

Anti-Mask League of San Francisco

The Anti-Mask League of San Francisco was an organization formed to protest the requirement for people in San Francisco, California, to wear masks during the 1918 influenza pandemic.

                                               

Gold Coast Influenza Epidemic

An influenza epidemic in Gold Coast in 1918-1919, which killed more than 100.000 people in six months. Globally, 20 million people died from the outbreak in 1918. In the local parlance it was called "mfruensa" by the unschooled members of the society

                                               

New Zealand–Tonga relations

New Zealand–Tonga relations refers to the diplomatic relations between New Zealand and the Kingdom of Tonga. Both nations are members of the Commonwealth of Nations, Pacific Islands Forum and the United Nations.

                                               

Night Vale Presents

Night Vale Presents, formerly known as Commonplace Books, is a production company and independent podcast network founded in 2015 by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor. In 2016 Night Vale Presents expanded into a network hosting original podcasts oth ...

                                               

FFP mask

An FFP mask is a type of protective mask certified by the European Union that serves to protect against particulates such as dust particles and various viruses in the air. The EN 149 standard defines three classes of filter efficiency for these m ...

                                               

Miraculous plague cure of 1522

The miraculous plague cure of 1522 is, according to local Catholic tradition, an alleged private revelation that occurred on August 20, 1522 in Vatican City. When the second plague pandemic hit Rome, Italy, the local authorities banned procession ...

                                               

Eric Bertherat

Eric Bertherat, MD is a medical officer at the World Health Organizations Department of Epidemic and Pandemic Alert and Response, in the Communicable Diseases secretariat. Bertherats home base is in Geneva. His activities focus on the plague and ...