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Allied bombing

Allied Bombing may refer to the following: Triple Entente bombing, allied World War I bomber attacks against Germany Operation Gomorrah, a World War II mission in which the US and Great Britain bombed the same target during the day and at night C ...

Camber

Camber may refer to a variety of curvatures and angles: Camber thrust in bike technology Camber ship, a measure of transversal deck curvature in naval architecture The curvature of a bow used to play certain string instruments, or the curvature o ...

Pechora (disambiguation)

Pechora is a town in the Komi Republic, Russia. Pechora may also refer to: Pechora pipit Anthus gustavi is a small passerine bird breeding in tundra Pechora Radar Station in the Komi Republic, Russia. Pechora River is a major river in Russia Komi ...

Leningradsky

Leningradsky, Leningradskaya, or Leningradskoye may refer to: Leningradskoye gas field, a natural gas field in Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, Russia Leningradskoye Highway, a part of M10 federal Moscow St. Petersburg highway, Russia Leningradsky ...

Josephine Gauld

Josephine Gauld is a British diplomat, serving since August 2016 as the British ambassador to Cote d’Ivoire. Previously to this, she was Second Secretary in Kinshasa, First Secretary in Abidjan and Deputy Head of Political Section in Abuja. Gauld ...

Kim Eun-kyung

Kim Eun-kyung is a South Korean professor of commercial law at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies currently serving as the Senior Deputy Governor of Financial Supervisory Service - the first woman to assume its post since FSS was established in ...

OCO

Oco or O.C.O C.O.o may refer to: Overstock.com Offensive Cyber Operations, a term used by the US Military and other NATO allies. Overseas Contingency Operation, a name for the United States War on Terror Oco, a town in Navarre, Spain Oort cloud o ...

CEPC

CEPC may refer to: Civil Emergency Planning Committee, NATO advisory body for the protection of civilian populations and the use of civil resources in support of NATOs objectives Caribbean Programme for Economic Competitiveness, a Canadian Govern ...

Rasad

Rasad, otherwise known as Sayyida Rasad, was an Egyptian monarch. In the eleventh century CE, she was successively the queen consort, queen regent, and queen mother of Fatimid Egypt.

Katyusha

Katusha or Katyusha is a diminutive of the Russian name Ekaterina or Yekaterina, the Russian form of Katherine or Catherine. Katusha or Katyusha may refer to:

Chiang Chieh-an

Chiang Chien-an was appointed to the Legislative Yuan via proportional representation party list, as a representative of the Democratic Progressive Party. She took office on 17 July 2018, succeeding Kolas Yotaka who joined the William Lai-led Exe ...

Du Wei (diplomat)

Du Wei was a Chinese diplomat who served as Ambassador to Ukraine from 2016 until 2019 and Ambassador to Israel from February 2020 until May 2020. Du was born in Chinas Shandong province and worked as a career diplomat.

Chapel Island (disambiguation)

Chapel Island may refer to: Chapel Island 5, properly Chapel Island Indian Reserve No.5, an Indian Reserve on Chapel Island, Richmond County, Nova Scotia, Canada Chapel Island Alaska, an island in the Hoonah-Angoon Census Area, Alaska Chapel Isla ...

Atlantic Command

Atlantic Command may refer to: Canadian Northwest Atlantic Command, 1942–45, Allied command responsible for protecting the shipping lanes across the North Atlantic Command for the Atlantic as said by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on 8 N ...

NDIC

NDIC can refer to: Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation, an independent agency of the Federal Government of Nigeria National Drug Intelligence Center, a United States Department of Justice institution Notre Dame-Immaculate Conception School, a p ...

The Rocket & Satellite Company

Pakistan’s first private space company, The Rocket & Satellite Company Limited, announced Jan-2020 that it has registered with the Securities & Exchange Commission of Pakistan.The Rocket & Satellite Company Limited is based in Karachi

Canara HSBC Oriental Bank of Commerce Life Insurance

Canara HSBC Oriental Bank of Commerce Life Insurance is a Life insurance company in India. The company was founded in 2008. It caters to 115 million bank customers, with over 11000 branches of bank partners in India. Canara HSBC Oriental Bank of ...

KFTC

KFTC may refer to: KFTC TV, a television station channel 26 licensed to Bemidji, Minnesota, United States "Keep fucking that chicken", a phrase of encouragement coined by anchorman Ernie Anastos Korea Fair Trade Commission, South Koreas regulator ...

Cabinet

Cabinetry, a box-shaped piece of furniture with doors and/or drawers Filing cabinet, a piece of office furniture used to file folders Arcade cabinet, a type of furniture which houses arcade games Display cabinet, a piece of furniture with one or ...

National Trust (disambiguation)

The National Trust is a conservation organisation in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. National Trust may also refer to: National trust, an organisation that engages in cultural and environmental preservation for a particular country

EAW

EAW may refer to: European Arrest Warrant, an arrest warrant which is valid throughout the states of the European Union Expeditionary Air Wing, a Royal Air Force unit Electrical Association for Women, a feminist and educational organisation found ...

Gloria de Souza

Gloria de Souza was a social entrepreneur and first fellow the international non-profit organization Ashoka. She was known for her work in educational reform and modern social entrepreneurship. She began working in Mumbai, India as a primary scho ...

State Security Service

State Security Service may refer to: the Belgian State Security Service the State Security Service of Georgia the State Security Service of East Germany, later officially the Ministry for State Security, most commonly known as Stasi State Securit ...

NICC (disambiguation)

NICC is Northeast Iowa Community College. NICC may also refer to: National Interagency Coordination Center, a tenant of the US National Interagency Fire Center Noor Islamic Cultural Center, a mosque in Columbus, Ohio 6-hydroxynicotinate 3-monooxy ...

Special Operations Group

Special Operations Group may refer to: Tasmania Police Special Operations Group of the Tasmania Police Australia Special Operations Group Japan, former name of the group of Japan 352d Special Operations Group, a unit of the United States Air Forc ...

DGI

DGI may refer to: disseminated gonococcal infection Disciplined Growth Investors Distributed Geographic Information Digital Genres Initiative Danske Gymnastik- & Idrætsforeninger, a Danish association of sports clubs French tax authority, fr:Dire ...

Ursula

Ursula may refer to: Ursula album, an album by American jazz pianist Mal Waldron Ursula Channel, body of water in British Columbia, Canada Ursula, signals intelligence system used by the Finnish Defence Intelligence Agency Ursula The Little Merma ...

DSD

Direct Stream Digital, Sony and Philips digital recording trademark Data structure diagram of a data model Document Structure Description, a schema language for describing valid XML

RGB (disambiguation)

RGB is an additive color model in which red, green, and blue light is added together in various ways to reproduce a broad array of colors. RGB may also refer to:

CIDE

CIDE-FM, a Canadian radio station in Sioux Lookout, Ontario Cide Hamete Benengeli, a fictional character in Don Quixote Collaborative International Dictionary of English, or CIDE

NEIC

The abbreviation NEIC may refer to: The National Electronic Information Corporation, formerly one of largest processors for electronic healthcare transactions in the U.S., which was acquired by Envoy Corp. in 1996 as Envoy-NEIC, acquired by Healt ...

Operation Amber Star

Operation Amber Star was a joint military operation to hunt down Bosnia war criminals and bring them to justice at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. The operation combined the special forces and intelligence agencies ...

Security Service

Secret service, a government agency concerned with gathering intelligence data List of security agencies Secret police, a police agency beyond the law to protect the political power of a dictator or regime RCMP Security Service, the Royal Canadia ...

Department of Environmental Protection (disambiguation)

A name used by several states in the United States of America for the agency charged with proposing and enforcing environmental law. Maine Department of Environmental Protection West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection Pennsylvania De ...

Douane

Douane or Douanes may refer to: Douanes, a system of taxation through custom duties in France during the reign of King Louis XIV of France Douanes ballet, by Geoffrey Toye Custom house, traditionally a building housing the offices for above autho ...

Indian Police

Indian Police can mean any of the following: India Indian Imperial Police, the police force of the British Raj, disestablished in 1948. Indian Police Service, which provides leaders and commanders to staff the state police forces and all-India Ce ...

Conservation Board

Conservation Board may refer to: Energy Resources Conservation Board, an independent, quasi-judicial agency of the Government of Alberta Sussex Downs Conservation Board, an English local government organisation to promote and manage the Sussex Do ...

CBP

Calcium-binding protein Contention based protocol Constrained Baseline Profile, the simplest of H.264/MPEG-4 AVC profiles CREB-binding protein a protein used in human transcriptional coactivation Coded Block Pattern, a term used in video compression

Pamela Chelgren-Koterba

Pamela Chelgren-Koterba is a former officer of the United States NOAA Commissioned Officer Corps. The daughter of a career naval officer, she was the first woman to receive a commission in the history of the NOAA Corps and, in 1977, was appointed ...

Neon (disambiguation)

Neon sign, luminous-tube signs that contain neon or other inert gases Neon lighting, broad discussion of technologies and uses Neon lamp, miniature gas discharge lamp

FBO

FBO may refer to: Forest beat officer, subordinate of a Forest Range Officer in a state forestry service in India For the benefit of, legal term related to paying a payee typically from a trust or through an executor Foxtel Box Office, an Austral ...

NFR

NFR may refer to: Non-Filterable Residue, equivalent to total suspended solids nfr or nefer, an ancient Egyptian hieroglyph Nociceptive flexion reflex, a muscle withdrawal reflex New Republican Force, Bolivian political party National Finals Rode ...

Fire Station No. 3

Fire Station No. 3, and variations, may refer to: in Australia Carlton Fire Station, Carlton, Victoria, also known as "Fire Station No. 3", Victorian Heritage-listed in Canada Former Fire Hall No. 3, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in the United States F ...

IFM

Institute for Media and Communication Policy Institut Fizik Malaysia IFM Therapeutics Intergalactic FM, an online radio station Institut Français de la Mode Institute of Fisheries Management

41

"#41" song, a song by the Dave Matthews Band 41 film, a 2007 documentary about Nicholas ONeill, the youngest victim of the Station nightclub fire 41, a 2012 film by Glenn Triggs

Park Lane (disambiguation)

Park Lane mall, a shopping mall in Halifax, Canada Park Lane stadium, a rugby stadium in Whitefield, near Manchester, UK Park Lane Hotel Manhattan, former flagship of Harry Helmsleys hotel empire, New York, USA

Presidency (disambiguation)

Presidency refers to the executive branch of a nations government under a President. Presidency may also refer to: Presidency of the Council of the European Union Bengal Presidency of Fort William Presidencies of British India ; one of the follow ...

WH

wh digraph, in when, etc. Pronunciation of English ⟨wh⟩ Voiceless labio-velar approximant, the sound used for the above when it is pronounced differently from w wh -movement, a syntactic phenomenon involving such words wh -word, a name for an int ...

Manasterly Palace

The Manasterly Palace is an Ottoman baroque palace and grounds in the south western corner on the southern end of Rawda Island on the Nile in Cairo, Egypt. It stands next to the nilometer that dates back to 861 CE. The one story palace was built ...

Ren Yano

Ren Yano is a Japanese traditional calligrapher and artist. In 2003 he obtained a permanent residence status as an artist for a special skill visa in Australia, and while teaching at RENCLUB, he is working to build a bridge between Australia and ...