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CGHS

CGHS may refer to: Central Government Health Scheme CGHS model Schools in Cooperative Group Housing Society Bangladesh Chittagong Government High School India Calcutta Girls High School New Zealand Christchurch Girls High School Taiwan Republic o ...

Turkey Bowl

Turkey Bowl may refer to one of the following sports events: Turkey Bowl amateur, nickname for informal backyard American football games held on Thanksgiving or over Thanksgiving weekend TNA Turkey Bowl, a special tournament that was aired on the ...

Tarsus

The lower leg of a bird, also known as tarsometatarsus Tarsus skeleton, a cluster of articulating bones in each foot The distal segment of an arthropod leg, see Arthropod leg#Tarsus Tarsus eyelids, elongated plate of dense connective tissue in ea ...

Valley High School

Valley High School may refer to: Valley Heights Secondary School, Walsingham, Ontario, Canada Honley High School, Holme Valley, West Yorkshire, England Roding Valley High School, Loughton, Essex, England Don Valley Academy, Scawthorpe, Doncaster, ...

Octagon Building

Octagon Building, UCL, the Main building at University College London, all or more especially the central part of which is referred to as the Octagon Building

Mountainview

Mountainview may refer to: Mountainview College, a community of residence halls at Binghamton University Mountainview, Mercer County, New Jersey, an unincorporated community in the United States. Camp Mountainview, a Salvation Army camp near Hous ...

Eastern University

Eastern University may refer to: Universidad del Este Puerto Rico, Eastern University Eastern University of Sri Lanka in Batticaloa, Sri Lanka Eastern University Bangladesh in Dhaka, Bangladesh Eastern University United States in St. Davids, Penn ...

Northern University

Northern University may refer to: Ahmadu Bello University, formerly known as University of Northern Nigeria Northern Arizona University University College of Northern Denmark University of Northern California Santa Rosa University of Northern Cal ...

St. Marks

St. Marks Episcopal Church disambiguation St Marks Basilica, Venice, Italy St. Marks Church disambiguation St. Marks Episcopal Cathedral disambiguation Saint Marks Coptic Orthodox Church disambiguation St. Marks Chapel disambiguation Saint Marks ...

Burdett College

Burdett College, also known as Burdett Business College or Burdett College of Business and Shorthand, was an educational institution primarily located in Boston, Massachusetts. Founded in 1879, it focused on business and shorthand and operated as ...

St. Francis Xavier (disambiguation)

Saint-François Xavier des Missions etrangeres, a parish in the 7th arrondissement of Paris St. François Xavier, Manitoba, an unincorporated urban centre in Canada

College of Health Sciences

College of Health Sciences may refer to: Adventist College of Nursing and Health Sciences Malaysia St. Lukes College of Health Sciences Missouri Carolinas College of Health Sciences North Carolina Coleman College for Health Sciences Texas College ...

KMU

KMU may refer to: Kaohsiung Medical University, a private university in Kaohsiung, Taiwan Khyber Medical University, a public research university in Peshawar, Pakistan Karamanoglu Mehmetbey University, a public university in Karaman, Turkey Karl- ...

Center for Theoretical Physics

Center for Theoretical Physics may refer to: Berkeley Center for Theoretical Physics, University of California at Berkeley, U.S. MIT Center for Theoretical Physics, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S. Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, West Ben ...

KIT

Kanpur Institute of Technology, an engineering college in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India Koninklijk Instituut voor de Tropen, the Dutch Royal Tropical Institute Kyoto Institute of Technology, a Japanese technology and engineering college Karlsruhe ...

Assumption College (disambiguation)

Assumption College may refer to these educational institutions: in Australia Assumption College, Warwick, Queensland Assumption College, Kilmore, Victoria in Canada Assumption University Windsor, Ontario formerly Assumption College Assumption Col ...

College of Management

R S College of Management & Science of Bangalore University, India SIES College of Management Studies SIESCOMS, Mumbai, India College of Defence Management, India

Faculty of Arts (disambiguation)

The Faculty of Arts was one of the four traditional divisions of the teaching bodies of medieval universities. Particular faculties of arts include: Faculty of Arts, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada Faculty of Arts, University of Melbo ...

Royal Military Academy

Royal Military Academy may refer to: Koninklijke Militaire Academie, the Army and Air Force university of the Netherlands Royal Military Academy in Meknes, Morocco Royal Military Academy, now Military Academy Karlberg, Sweden Royal Military Acade ...

Institute of Psychiatry (disambiguation)

Institute of Psychiatry may refer to: Stone Institute of Psychiatry at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, U.S. Institute of Psychiatry at Ain Shams University Faculty of Medicine, Cairo, Egypt Institute of Psychiatry at MUSC Health Medical ...

Magee

Magee College, a campus of Ulster University in Derry, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland Magee, New York, also known as Magees Corners, a hamlet in the Town of Tyre, Seneca County, New York, U.S. Magee-Womens Hospital of University of Pittsbur ...

NLP

Natural-language programming, an ontology-assisted way of programming in terms of natural language sentences Nonlinear programming, a process of solving optimisation problems where constraints are nonlinear Natural language processing, a branch o ...

OLA

OLA may stand for: Official Languages Act 2003, Ireland OLA Girls Senior High School Kenyasi, Ghana Open Learning Agency, British Columbia, Canada WebSphere Optimized Local Adapters, IBM software United Nations Office of Legal Affairs Our Lady of ...

WLS

WLS-FM, a radio station in Chicago, Illinois WLS AM, a radio station in Chicago, Illinois DWLS, a radio station in Metro Manila, Philippines WLS-TV, a television station in Chicago, Illinois

Galera

Galera River, in Mato Grosso state in western Brazil Galera, Granada, a municipality in the province of Granada in Spain Careiae, ancient city in Italy afterward called Galera Galera railway station, in Peru, the highest railway station in the We ...

Louis Tylka

Louis Tylka born May 26, 1970 is an American Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Chicago. He was appointed coadjutor bishop of the Diocese of Peoria, Illinois, in 2020.

Shoah (disambiguation)

Shoah is the Hebrew term for The Holocaust, used since the 1940s. Shoah may also refer to: Shoah foundation, an organization that furthers the remembrance of the World War II Shoah Holocaust Fondation pour la Memoire de la Shoah, a French organiz ...

Jan Waterink

Jan Waterink was a Dutch pastor, psychologist and educationist who pioneered approaches to the testing and instruction of children with special needs. Waterink was born in Den Hulst where his family, originally from Nieuwleusen, lived. His father ...

Superintendents Residence

Superintendents Residence or variations may refer to: Utah Copper Company Mine Superintendents House, Copperton, UT, listed on the NRHP in Utah U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Superintendents House and Workmens Office, Woodbury, KY, listed on the NR ...

Grundy Center Community School District

Grundy Center Community School District is a school district headquartered in Grundy Center, Iowa. It operates Grundy Center Elementary School and Grundy Center Secondary School. The school district is entirely in Grundy County, and the district ...

Richard G. Frank

Richard G. Frank is an American healthcare economist and academic, currently serving as the Margaret T. Morris Professor of Health Economics in the Department of Health Care Policy at Harvard Medical School. Frank had previously served as Assista ...

Carl Aubock

Carl Aubock was the name of several members of the Aubock family, who owned the Vienna-based Werkstatte Carl Aubock. The workshop, which was part of the Austrian art movement called Wiener Werkstatte, is known for its Modernist Design, has been r ...

Walter Currie (educator)

Walter Currie was an educator and public advocate. He was part of the movement after the Second World War advocating for Indigenous educational reform at the local and national level in Canada.

Helen M. Robinson

Helen M. Robinson was an American author and educator who became the lead author of the Dick and Jane series of readers after the death of William S. Gray in 1960, a status she retained through the late 1970s. She was a professor at the Universit ...

Alfred Thomas Jackson

Alfred Thomas Jackson was an American educator who founded the Sumner-Robertson Normal Academy in Tennessee in 1900. It was a private high school chartered by the State of Tennessee that supplemented the existing public schools in preparing stude ...

Newton Hall

Newton Hall may refer to: Newton Hall, Newton-by-the-Sea, an 18th-century country house in Newton-by-the-Sea, Northumberland, England Newton H. Hall 1842–1911, American infantryman in the Union Army Newton Hall, Northumberland, an 18th-century co ...

Thomas Bailey

Thomas or Tom Bailey may refer to: Tom Bailey author born 1961, American author and editor Thomas A. Bailey 1902–1983, American historian and textbook author Tom Bailey cricketer born 1991, English cricketer Thomas P. Bailey 1867–1949, American e ...

Uncle Billy

Uncle Billy commonly refers to: Uncle Billy, a fictional character in the 1946 American Christmas film Its a Wonderful Life William Tecumseh Sherman 1820–1891, an American businessman, educator, author and general in the Union Army during the Ame ...

Jessamine Buxton

Buxton was educated at Adelaide High School and won a scholarship to study at the South Australian Royal Society of Arts. She later won a travelling scholarship but was not permitted to take it up by her father. She stayed in South Australia all ...

Nan Giese

Nancy Giese was an Australian educator and academic administrator, who pioneered tertiary education in the Northern Territory, leading the Darwin Community College which eventually became Charles Darwin University. Born Nancy Wilson in Queensland ...

Daniele Gottardo

Daniele Gottardo is an Italian guitarist and composer. He received recognition in 2009 as a winner of Guitar Idol, an international guitar competition. Gottardo was mentioned by Steve Vai as one of the brightest talents in modern electric guitar. ...

Modestus

Modestus may refer to: Modestus, a Roman cognomina Saint Modestus of Jerusalem died 630, Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem Sts. Vitus, Modestus, and Crescentia for Saint Modestus, legendary educator of St. Vitus, martyr under Diocletian c. 30 ...

Urmila (disambiguation)

Urmila was wife of Laxmana, one of the three younger brothers of Lord Rama Urmila may also refer to: Urmila Devi Dasi 1955, an American educator Urmila Aryal, Nepalese politician Urmila leafhopper, a leafhopper genus in the tribe Erythroneurini U ...

Yoram Ben-Porat

Yoram Ben-Porat was an Israeli academic and economist. He served as president of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem from 1990 until his death in 1992 in an automobile accident at the age of 55.

Valentina Cuppi

Valentina Cuppi is an Italian politician, and President of the Democratic Party since February 2020. Since June 2019, she is also serving as mayor of Marzabotto, a town near Bologna.

John Burroughs (disambiguation)

John Burroughs was an American naturalist and nature essayist. John Burroughs may also refer to: John J. Burroughs 1798–1872, American lawyer John Burroughs, character in Another Earth Sir John Burroughs, 17th-century English soldier John A. Burr ...

Walter Courvoisier

Born in Riehen, Courvoisier was a son of the surgeon Ludwig Georg Courvoisier. He initially studied medicine and worked as a doctor after obtaining his doctorate. In 1902 he went to Munich to study music. He was a student of Selmar Bagge and Ludw ...

Roland Marchal

Roland Marchal is a French sociologist who was imprisoned in Iran from June 2019 to March 2020. His research focuses on civil wars in Africa. In 1997 Marchal joined the staff of the Centre for International Studies CERI at Sciences Po. His resear ...

Nicholas Wright

Nick Wright footballer, born 1975, English footballer Nicholas Wright cricketer, born 1901 1901–1974, English cricketer Nick Wright sports personality, sports radio and television personality Nicholas Wright cricketer, born 1960, English crickete ...

Steve Brooks

Steve Brooks, fictional superhero known as the Stunt-Master Steven Brooks born 1971, former Kidsongs kid Stephen Brooks actor 1942–1999, American film and television actor Stephen Brooks, fictional title character of the 1969 film Hannibal Brooks ...