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Polydore (disambiguation)

Polydore is a given name, a form of Polydorus. It may refer to: Given name: Moïse Polydore Millaud 1813–1871, journalist, banker and entrepreneur who founded Le Petit Journal Frederick Polydore Nodder 1770–1800, English flora and fauna illustrato ...

                                               

Pieter Ballon

Pieter Ballon is a Belgian author, historian, and social sciences scholar. He is a Professor in Communication Sciences at Vrije Universiteit Brussel and holder of the university’s academic Chair on Smart Cities. Ballon is the director of SMIT Stu ...

                                               

Arne Soby Christensen

Arne Soby Christensen was born in Copenhagen in 1945. He received a cand.mag. in history from the University of Copenhagen in 1975. His book Lactantius the Historian was published in 1980. From 1989 to 1998, Christensen was a member of the Danish ...

                                               

2020–21 Danish Superliga

The 2020–21 Danish Superliga is the 31st season of the Danish Superliga. Date: 11 July 2020 - 26 May 2021

                                               

Estonian Artists Association

Estonian Artists Association is organization which connects artists in Estonia. EAA primary functions are "participating in cultural policymaking and sectoral development activities, protecting the interests of artists, curators, art historians a ...

                                               

Cultural Endowment of Estonia

Cultural Endowment of Estonia is an Estonian foundation which supports activities related to Estonian culture. The foundation was established in 1925 and re-established in 1994. The foundation was established in 1925 after the Estonian Parliament ...

                                               

Murata Electronics (Finland)

Murata Electronics Oy is a Finnish company that design, develop and manufacture accelerometers, inclinometers and gyro sensors based on the companys proprietary 3D MEMS technology. These sensors are used to measure things such as acceleration, in ...

                                               

Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest 1989

Israel was present at the Eurovision Song Contest 1989, held in Lausanne, Switzerland. The Israeli broadcaster IBA continued to use a national final to select their entry.

                                               

Pinkhos Churgin

Churgin was born in Pohost, Belorussia, a shtetl near Pinsk. In 1907 he and his parents immigrated to Palestine, and settled in Jerusalem. In 1910 he went to study at the Volozhin Yeshiva. Churgin returned to Palestine in 1912. In 1915 he went to ...

                                               

Albert L. Myerson

Myerson contributed greatly to the Manhattan Project during World War II, InterContinental Ballistic Missile research at General Electric and Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory during the Cold War, air pollution research at Exxon in the 1970s and re ...

                                               

Benjamin Brown

Benjamin Brown may refer to: Benjamin Brown architect 1890–1974, Canadian architect Benjamin Brown scholar born 1966, Jewish studies scholar Benjamin Brown artist 1865–1942, American landscape artist Benjamin Brown actor born 1968, African-Americ ...

                                               

Jonathan Goldstein

Jonathan Goldstein may refer to: Jonathan Goldstein composer, British composer of music for film and television Jonathan Goldstein actor born 1964, American actor Johnny Goldstein, Israeli music producer, singer and member of Israeli band TYP Jon ...

                                               

Wash (pharaoh)

He is known from the verso of the Narmer Palette found in Hierakonpolis, where he is depicted as a kneeling captive, "un-Egyptian in appearance", about to be smitten by Narmer. The hieroglyphs carved near the captive – a harpoon and a lake – have ...

                                               

Sumati (astronomer)

Sumati was a Nepalese astronomer of uncertain date. He is estimated to have lived sometime between the 6th and 10th centuries AD, based on the dating of his primary work, the Sumati Tantra. Little else is known about him. He was influenced by Ind ...

                                               

Federal College of Education, Zaria

Federal College of Education, Zaria is a college of science and art based in Zaria, Nigeria, established by federal government. The Federal College of Education Zaria, was formerly known as Advanced Teachers’ College Zaria.

                                               

Ahmad Abubakar Gumi

Ahmad Abubakar Gumi is an Islamic cleric, scholar and former military officer with the rank of captain in the Nigeria Defence Academy, he is the current Mufti and mufassir at the Kaduna central mosque Sultan Bello.

                                               

Kabiru Gombe

Muhammad Kabiru Haruna popularly known as Kabiru Gombe is a Nigerian Islamic scholar, cleric, mufassir, and preacher. He is the present national Secretary General of the Jamaatu Izalatul Bidiah wa Ikamatus Sunnah, the largest Salafi movement in N ...

                                               

Jonathan O. Ndagi

Jonathan Osman Ndagi OON, OFR, is a Nigerian scholar, elder statesman and educator. He also holds the chieftain title Wazirin Makaranta Nupe.

                                               

Carolyn Seaman

Carolyn Seaman is the Nigerian founder and creative director of the Girls Voices Initiative, a non-profit advocacy organization that is part of Techwomen, a United States government initiative. In 2016 Seaman won the World Pulse Prize for promoti ...

                                               

Olav Bjarte Fosso

Olav Bjarte Fosso is a Norwegian engineer and full professor of power engineering at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. He is known for his research on hydro scheduling, offshore/onshore grid and market integration of intermitten ...

                                               

Francisco de Pina

Francisco de Pina was a Portuguese Jesuit interpreter, missionary and priest, credited with creating the first Latinized script of the Vietnamese language, on which the modern Vietnamese alphabet is based.

                                               

Diego Lopez

Diego Lopez footballer, born 1994, Uruguayan midfielder Diego Lopez footballer, born 2 November 1981, Argentine midfielder Diego Lopez footballer, born August 1974, Uruguayan defender Diego Lopez footballer, born 3 November 1981, Spanish goalkeep ...

                                               

The Council of the Syrian Charter

The Council of the Syrian Charter is a Syrian civil society body which officially announced its establishment in spring 2019 to bring together representatives from different families, regions, clans, tribes and religious communities from througho ...

                                               

Victoria Khiterer

Victoria Khiterer is associate professor of history at Millersville University, Pennsylvania, adjunct professor at Gratz College, and a founding member of the Scientific Council of the Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Center in Kiev, Ukraine. Khitere ...

                                               

Smiljana Rendic

Smiljana Rendic was a Croatian woman journalist, translator, vaticanist, judaist scholar, poet, notable for her reporting from Second Vatican Council and for censorship by rulling Communist authorities of Yugoslavia due to her Catholic and Croati ...

                                               

Jan Saxl

Jan Saxl was a Czech-British mathematician, and a professor at the University of Cambridge. He is known for his work in finite group theory, particularly on consequences of the classification of finite simple groups.

                                               

Gynogenesis

Gynogenesis, a form of parthenogenesis, is a system of asexual reproduction that requires the presence of sperm without the actual contribution of their DNA for completion. The paternal DNA dissolves or is destroyed before it can fuse with the eg ...

                                               

Bufotes

Bufotes, the Eurasian green toads or Palearctic green toads, is a genus of true toads. They are native to Europe, western and central Asia and northern Africa; a region roughly equalling the western and central Palearctic. Historically they were ...

                                               

Faster than the speed of light (disambiguation)

Faster than the speed of light, or more simply faster than light, may refer to: "Faster Than the Speed of Light", a song written by Yngwie Malmsteen FTL Games Faster Than Light was the video game development division of Software Heaven Inc. Faste ...

                                               

FTL

FTL Games, an American video game developer FTL: Faster Than Light, a video game Faster Than Light software publisher, a British video game publisher

                                               

Hyperspace (disambiguation)

Hyperspace is a faster-than-light method of traveling used in science fiction. Hyperspace or HyperSpace may also refer to: the hypertextual or architectural aspect of the Internet

                                               

Slipstream (disambiguation)

Slipstream computer science, the technique of running a shortened program concurrently and ahead of the execution of the full program Slipstream 5000, a 1995 racing game for PC Slipstream computing, a slang term for merging patches or updates int ...

                                               

Warp

WARP-CD, a low-power TV station in Tampa-St. Petersburg, Florida, US Warp!, a 1970s Broadway play Warped Tour, an annual touring music and extreme sports festival Warp drive, a fictional faster-than-light propulsion system in science fiction

                                               

Stargate (disambiguation)

Stargate pinball, a game produced by Gottlieb based on the 1994 film Stargate: Resistance, a 2010 team-based third person shooter based on the Stargate universe Stargate 1995 video game, a game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega ...

                                               

Karl-Heinz Radler

Karl-Heinz Radler was an astrophysicist at the Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam who worked on cosmic magnetic fields.

                                               

Usha Kulshreshtha

Usha Kulshreshtha is an Indian theoretical physicist, specializing in the Diracs instant-form and light-front quantization of quantum field theory models, string theory models and D-brane actions using the Hamiltonian, path integral and BRST quan ...

                                               

Hari Keshab Sen

Hari Keshab Sen, popularly known as H. K. Sen was an Indian Bengali scientist, astrophysicist. He was known for the Sen-Wyller magneto-ionic theory, which is a generalisation of the standard Appleton-Hartree formula for radio wave propagation thr ...

                                               

Memory hard function

In cryptography, a memory hard function is a function that costs significant amount of memory to evaluate. It is different from memory bound functions, the latter incurs cost by slowing down computation through memory latency. MHFs find their use ...

                                               

Roland Eberlein

Born in Trossingen, Eberlein studied musicology in Gottingen, GieSen and Cologne. He received his doctorate in 1988, followed by his habilitation in 1996. In 1994 he was a visiting professor at the University of Hamburg. After the Bologna Process ...

                                               

Colin Ware

Colin Ware is a professor at the University of New Hampshire, cross-appointed between the Departments of Computer Science and Ocean Engineering. Ware is the director of the Data Visualization Research Lab in the universitys Center for Coastal and ...

                                               

Donald Landry

Donald Landry is a physician, organic chemist, and nephrologist known for his contributions to cardiovascular biology and cancer research.Landry’s scientific and medical innovations have been recognized through various awards, including the Presi ...

                                               

Noosha Fox

Noosha Fox is an Australian singer. She is known as the lead singer of the band Fox, who had three UK chart hits in 1975 and 1976. She also had a number 31 hit as a solo performer with "Georgina Bailey" / "Pretty Boy".

                                               

Biosaline agriculture

Biosaline agriculture is the production and growth of plants in saline rich groundwater and/or soil. In water scarce locations, salinity poses a serious threat to agriculture due to its toxicity to most plants. Abiotic stressors such as salinity, ...

                                               

Anna Ptaszynski

Anna Ptaszynski is a British podcaster, television host, and television writer. She is one of the four regular hosts of the podcast No Such Thing as a Fish, together with Dan Schreiber, Andrew Hunter Murray, and James Harkin. She was also a prese ...

                                               

Book of the Dead (disambiguation)

Book of the Dead Angel novel, a 2004 novel based on the U.S. television series Angel The Book of the Dead novel, the seventh book of the Agent Pendergast series and the third book of the Diogenes trilogy written by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Chi ...

                                               

Edward Brooke-Hitching

Edward Brooke-Hitching is an English writer and map-collector. His Fox Tossing, Octopus Wrestling and Other Forgotten Sports described 90 obsolete pastimes and The Spectator s reviewer said "A book like this, the result of enormously diligent lib ...

                                               

Claim of Right (disambiguation)

Claim of Right can refer to: Claim of right doctrine, in United States taxation case law Claim of Right Act 1689, an Act of the Parliament of Scotland, confirming the succession to the throne of William II and Mary II following the Glorious Revol ...

                                               

Kenneth Anderson

Ken Anderson filmmaker 1917–2006, Christian filmmaker Kenneth Anderson musician born 1958, musician and choir director of the Gospel tradition Kenneth Anderson writer 1910–1974, Indian writer and hunter Ken Anderson animator 1909–1993, art direct ...

                                               

Disclosure

Disclosure of a criminal record or other cause for concern provided by the Disclosure and Barring Service in England and Wales or Disclosure Scotland in Scotland Convention of disclosure, convention that all material facts must be disclosed in fi ...

                                               

Alford

Australia Alford, South Australia England Alford Windmill Alford Manor House Queen Elizabeths Grammar School, Alford Alford, Lincolnshire Alford, Somerset Alford Crossways Scotland Alford Valley Railway Alford, Aberdeenshire United States Alford, ...