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Seyyed Mohammad Reza Saeedi

Seyyed Mohammad Reza Saeedi, is an Iranian Twelver Shia cleric; who was among the revolutionary companions of Irans previous/first supreme leader, Seyyed Ruhollah Khomeini; and eventually was killed due to the tortures of SAVAK at the age of 41. ...

                                               

Central Headquarters of the Partisan Movement

The Central Headquarters of the Partisan Movement, romanized: Tsentralnyj shtab partizanskovo dvizheniya) was the central organ of military control of the Soviet partisans, resistance movements who fought against German occupation in World War II ...

                                               

William Reymond

William Reymond is a journalist and writer of several investigations about John F. Kennedy: JFK, Autopsy of a State Crime, JFK, The Last Witness. He is co-writer with Yves Simoneau for movie Assassins Creed: Lineage that consisted of 3 series fil ...

                                               

Wayne Kellestine

Wayne Earl Kellestine, better known as "Weiner" Kellestine, is a Canadian outlaw biker, criminal and convicted murder, currently serving a life sentence for first degree murder for his killing six out of the eight victims of the Shedden Massacre ...

                                               

FSG

FSG can refer to: United States Federal Sentencing Guidelines Fluorosilicate glass Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis Fishersgate railway station, in England Free Spirit Gathering, an American Pagan and Pantheist event Falling sand game

                                               

FBP

FBP may refer to: FBP submachine gun Fabrica de Braço de Prata, a defunct Portuguese weapons manufacturer Folate-binding protein Flow-based programming Film and Publication Board, is a content-classification and censorship authority in South Afri ...

                                               

Grão Para and Maranhão Company

Grão Para and Maranhão Company was a Portuguese chartered company created by Portugal in 1757 and served the colony of State of Grão-Para and Maranhão, based in the Portuguese colony in Brazil. The company employees were officially considered to ...

                                               

Sanskriti Sangsad

Sanskriti Sangsad was established in 1951 as left-wing secular cultural organization inspired by the Bolshevik revolution in Russia. It was founded by Anwarul Azim, Hasan Hafizur Rahman, Khan Sarwar Murshid, Munier Choudhury, and Obaidullah Khan. ...

                                               

Golden Fleece (disambiguation)

The Golden Fleece is an element of Greek mythology. Golden Fleece may also refer to: The Golden Fleece, a 1944 novel by Robert Graves Golden Fleece Ltd., a New York-based arts organization Golden Fleece, Queensland, a locality in the North Burnet ...

                                               

Acme

Acme Novelty Library, a comics serial written and drawn by Chris Ware ACME Detective Agency, a fictional detective agency in the Carmen Sandiego computer games and television shows Acme Corporation, a fictional company originating in Looney Tunes ...

                                               

Cue

Cue, a vocal message given by a group fitness instructor to inform participants of upcoming sequences, such as a change in stretching direction Cue show control, the electronic rendering of the specific actions to be carried out at a specific tim ...

                                               

KSW

KSW may refer to: Konfrontacja Sztuk Walki, a Polish Mixed Martial Arts promotion Kearny Street Workshop, a multidisciplinary arts organization in San Francisco, California Kiryat Shmona Airport, an airport near Kiryat Shmona, Israel IATA code: K ...

                                               

Synergie Monegasque

Monegasque Synergy was established in 2005. In 2008, it was running for elections in a union of three independent movements along with Promotion of the Monegasque Family PFM and Association of Non-Attached Monegasques, however they didn’t get any ...

                                               

Technopark, Kollam

Technopark, Kollam is located in Kundara, Kollam, which is 63 km away from the Technopark, Trivandrum Campus. This is to tap the Keralas unique advantage of uniform talent distribution, Infrastructure and supporting IT platforms, e.g. telecom, da ...

                                               

STS

STS gene, which codes for steroid sulfatase Sequence-tagged site, a gene-reference in genomics Secondary traumatic stress, a condition which leads to a diminished ability to empathize Soft-tissue sarcoma Staurosporine, an antibiotic Superior temp ...

                                               

Machi Esports

Machi Esports is a professional esports organization founded by Taiwanese hip hop group Machi. It has a League of Legends division and formerly had an Overwatch team. Machis League of Legends division previously had a team competing in the LMS an ...

                                               

Ice City Boyz

The rap collective has been around since the mid 2000s and started making music towards the end of the decade. Most members of the group come from the Church End Estate. The most successful artist from the group consists of Nines. Other artists i ...

                                               

WHA

WHA may refer to: World Hockey Association proposed, organization that controlled WHA Hockey interests between 2004-2008 World Hockey Association, a major professional hockey league active from 1972 to 1979 World History Association, academic org ...

                                               

CIR

CIR, station code for the Caledonian Road & Barnsbury railway station in the UK Cairo Regional Airport, FAA/IATA code, CIR Christmas Island Resort, a casino/resort in the northeastern Indian Ocean

                                               

Teachers League of South Africa

The Teachers League of South Africa was an organization for coloured teachers founded in Cape Town in June of 1913. The group, while originally focused on issues surrounding education, became increasingly political in the mid-1940s and started to ...

                                               

VB

Virtual Brokers, Canadian online brokerage VB, stock symbol for the Vanguard Small-Cap Index Fund Volksbank, bank in Vienna, Austria Vojvodanska banka, defunct bank in Serbia Vlaams Belang, Belgian political party Villeroy & Boch, producer of cer ...

                                               

NSL

National security letter, an administrative subpoena issued by the U.S. government National Security League, an American preparedness organization National Socialist League, a British pre–World War II Nazi group National Socialist League United S ...

                                               

Central Cafe

The Central Cafe was opened in 1887, at the house of Lajos Erenyi Ullmann. The cafe was considered as one of the most advanced of his time, presenting state of the art electrical lighting, ventilation systems and heating. The architectural design ...

                                               

FNC

FNC: Uncut, an American television series Fox News Channel, an American television channel Floridas News Channel, a defunct American television channel

                                               

ONF

ONF may refer to: All-Russia Peoples Front Общероссийский народный фронт, Obshcherossiyskiy narodnyy front, a Russian political organization Ocala National Forest, the second largest National Forest in Florida ONF band, a South Korean boy band Na ...

                                               

Abyss

Abyss TV series, a 2019 South Korean television series The Abyss, a 1989 film directed by James Cameron The Abyss 1988 film LOeuvre au noir, a French-Belgian film The Abyss 1910 film, a Danish silent film starring Asta Nielsen Episodes "The Abyss ...

                                               

PCI

Payment card industry, businesses associated with debit, credit, and other payment cards Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, a set of security requirements for credit card processors Ceridian-UCLA Pulse of Commerce Index, a U.S. economi ...

                                               

The Order

The Order Deus Ex, a fictional pseudo-religious organization in the computer game Deus Ex: Invisible War 2003 The Order, a fictional terrorist faction in the video game Freelancer 2003 The Order: 1886, a video game The Order, a fictional religiou ...

                                               

Strike Team

Strike Team, a special unit of firefighters in South Australias Country Fire Service Strike Team, a special unit of firefighters in Victorias Country Fire Authority; in Victoria, a Strike Team usually refers to a unit of five appliances used to f ...

                                               

Peter Collins

Peter Collins speedway rider born 1954, English former speedway rider Peter B. Collins born c. 1954, American broadcaster Peter Collins record producer born 1951, English record producer Peter Collins footballer born 1948, English footballer Pete ...

                                               

Aqua

Aqua Restaurant, an upscale seafood restaurant in San Francisco, US Aqua Multiespacio, a 22-story office building in Valencia, Spain Aqua skyscraper, an 82-story residential skyscraper in Chicago, US

                                               

Longhorn

Texas Longhorn, a breed of cattle English Longhorn, a traditional long-horned brown and white breed of cattle Longhorn beetle, a family of beetles with very long antennae Highland cattle, a Scottish breed sometimes called Highland Longhorn

                                               

Akatsuki

Akatsuki may refer to: Akatsuki spacecraft, an uncrewed Venus orbiter Japanese destroyer Akatsuki, any of three destroyers of the Imperial Japanese Navy Akatsuki train, operated between Kyoto and Nagasaki in Japan Akatsuki -class destroyer, any o ...

                                               

Atom (disambiguation)

Atom time, a medieval unit of time Atom, a urelement in set theory Atom order theory Atom measure theory, a minimal measurable set Atomic formula, a single predicate in first-order logic

                                               

Sparks

Sparks TV series, a 1996-1998 American television series starring Terrence Howard and James Avery Sparks G.I. Joe, a fictional character in the G.I. Joe universe Sparks Matrix character, a character in Enter the Matrix and The Matrix Revolutions ...

                                               

Predator (disambiguation)

Future predator, a fictional creature in the TV series Primeval "The Predators" Have Gun – Will Travel, a 1962 episode Predator, a television ident for BBC Two, first aired in 2000; see BBC Two 1991–2001 idents

                                               

Bouncer

Bouncer, as defined by Nels Anderson in "Nels Glossary of Hobo Terms" in The Milk and Honey Route 1930, is the strong man who throws the sleepers and drunks out of the mission Baby bouncer, a seat for an infant that lets the infant bounce up and ...

                                               

Le Mans (disambiguation)

Asian Le Mans Series, an Asian sports car endurance series Circuit de la Sarthe, a race track in the city of Le Mans American Le Mans Series, an American sports car endurance series 24 Hours of Le Mans motorcycle race, a motorcycle endurance race ...

                                               

Starfire

Starfire 1968, original name of Red Star, a fictional Russian superhero in the DC Universe Starfire Teen Titans 1980, alien superheroine and member of the Teen Titans appearing in DC Comics Starfire Star Hunters 1976, alien swordswoman in the DC ...

                                               

Wild blue yonder

Wild blue yonder may refer to: A 1998 album by Flat Duo Jets Wild Blue Yonder album A Crayola color see List of Crayola crayon colors Wild Blue Yonder band, a West Coast band from the 1980s A 2006 single by Paul Weller The U.S. Air Force, the off ...

                                               

McCoy

McCoy, Indiana Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, a United States military base in Wisconsin McCoy Mountains in southern California McCoy Stadium, a minor league baseball stadium in Rhode Island McCoy Air Force Base, near Orlando, Florida McCoy Building, a l ...

                                               

John Stevenson

John Andrew Stevenson 1761–1833, Irish composer John Stevenson writer born 1930, British writer of erotic fiction John Stevenson director born 1958, British-American film director Kung Fu Panda Steve Brodie actor John Stevenson, 1919–1992, Americ ...

                                               

First strike (disambiguation)

In nuclear strategy, first strike capability is a countrys ability to defeat another nuclear power by destroying its arsenal to the point where the attacking country can survive the weakened retaliation. First strike may also refer to: First Stri ...

                                               

Hart

Hart Skis, US ski manufacturer Harts Stores, a defunct American chain of department stores Hillsborough Area Regional Transit, in Hillsborough County, Florida Hazardous Area Response Team, an NHS ambulance service initiative devoted to providing ...

                                               

Leon Sultan

He was born to a Jewish family - one of 8 children - in Constantine, Algeria in 1905. He was technically a French citizen due to the Cremieux Decree. His father worked at the military facilities in the city.

                                               

Christian Labor Association

The Christian Labor Association is a trade union based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States. It was founded on April 27, 1931 by members of the Christian Reformed Church of North America, a Protestant denomination associated with Calvinism. I ...

                                               

Julia Ebner

Julia Ebner is an Austrian terrorism and extremism researcher, and author, based in London. She has written the books The Rage: the Vicious Circle of Islamist and Far-Right Extremism and Going Dark: the Secret Social Lives of Extremists.

                                               

TRON (cryptocurrency)

TRON was founded by Chinese entrepreneur Justin Sun in 2017. TRON Foundation raised $70 million in 2017 through an Initial coin offering shortly before China outlawed the digital tokens. Since then, the organization has been beset by allegations ...

                                               

American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai

The American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai is an organization that promotes American businesses in China through its main offices in Shanghai. AmCham Shanghai was founded in 1915 as the third American Chamber of Commerce established outside the ...

                                               

Japanese-style baseball

Japanese-style baseball, or rubber-ball baseball, is a game that was created in Japan and is derived from baseball. It uses a hard rubber ball instead of a regular baseball made of leather. It has been rendered in English in a variety of ways, in ...