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Justice Hughes

Justice Hughes may refer to: Richard J. Hughes, a Chief Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court Lisabeth Tabor Hughes, an Associate Justice of the Kentucky Supreme Court Jefferson D. Hughes III, an Associate Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court ...

Justice Strong

Justice Strong may refer to: National courts William Strong Pennsylvania judge, an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, and of the Supreme Court of the United States Samuel Henry Strong, a Chief Justice of Canada State courts S ...

Justice Brown

Justice Brown may refer to: Robert L. Brown Arkansas, an Associate Justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court Nathan Brown jurist, an Associate Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court Yvette McGee Brown, an Associate Justice of the Ohio Supreme Cour ...

Ravivari Market

Ravivari market or Gujari Bazar is a market at the Sabarmati riverfront in Ahmedabad, India. It occurs every Sunday. Used items and antique pieces are sold here.

Michael Barker

Michael or Mike Barker may refer to: Mickey Barker born 1956, English football player Michael Barker British Army officer 1884–1960, British Army general Michael Barker judge, of the Supreme Court of Western Australia and the Federal Court of Aus ...

Peter Davis

Peter Davis may refer to: Peter G. Davis, American opera critic and scholar Peter Davis judge, a judge of the Supreme Court of Queensland, Australia Peter Lovell-Davis, Baron Lovell-Davis 1924–2001, British publishing executive and Labour Party p ...

James Parsons

James Parsons may refer to: James Parsons footballer born 1997, Australian footballer Jim Parsons drag racer, American gasser drag racer James M. Parsons, justice of the Iowa Supreme Court Dick Parsons coach James R. Parsons, born 1938, retired A ...

Salvatore Greco

Salvatore Greco may refer to: Salvatore Greco violinist born 1964, Italian violinist Salvatore Greco, defendant in the Pizza Connection Trial Salvatore "The Engineer" Greco born 1924, Sicilian Mafia boss Salvatore Greco politician, leader of the ...

Ordeal

Calvaire film, also known as The Ordeal, a 2004 psychological horror film "Ordeal" UFO, a 1971 episode of the TV series UFO Ordeal film, a 1973 American television film starring Arthur Hill The Ordeal film, a 1922 American silent drama "The Ordea ...

James v. United States

James v. United States may refer to the following decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States: James v. United States 1906, 202 U.S. 401 1906, which held that a justice of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia was a "judge of the ...

Yutaka Kobayashi

Yutaka Kobayashi may refer to: Name written 小林温 Yutaka Kobayashi politician, Japanese Diet councillor who represented Kanagawa At-large district Name written 小林豊 Yutaka Kobayashi actor, Japanese actor, known for Tenimyu and Kamen Rider Gaim ...

Little Johnny (disambiguation)

Little Johnny may refer to: Little Johnny Jones, a musical Little Johnny, the fictional subject of a genre of jokes. Little Johnny Sheep-Dung, a French fairy tale

Brandenburg United Civic Movements/Free Voters

The Brandenburg United Civic Movements/Free Voters is a political party in Brandenburg in eastern Germany. The party was co-founded in 2008 by Peter Vida, who serves as chairman. It cooperates with the federal Free Voters association, but is not ...

Louis Orvoen

Louis Orvoen was a French politician. Orvoen was a member of the National Assembly from 1946 to 1951. He returned to the legislative body in 1956, sat until 1968, and was later elected to Senate between 1971 and 1980. Orvoen became mayor of Moela ...

Fritz Husemann

Friedrich Ernst Husemann was a German trade union leader and politician. Husemann was born in Leopoldsthal. In 1892, he moved to Dortmund, where he worked as a miner, and soon moved on to Bochum. He joined the Union of Miners of Germany, and beca ...

Nathaniel Bacon

Nathaniel Bacon may refer to: Nathaniel Bacon Jesuit 1598–1676, Secretary of the Society of Jesus in Rome, 1674–1676 Nathaniel Bacon painter 1585–1627, landowner and painter, nephew of Francis Bacon Nathaniel Bacon politician 1593–1660, Member of ...

Of Wondrous Legends

Of Wondrous Legends, often abbreviated as O.W.L., is an American psych folk band established in Chicago in 1968 by musician and artist Stephen Titra. Overlooked at the time, the bands sole self-titled album, recorded in 1971, was rediscovered and ...

Akhlakul Hossain Ahmed

Akhlakul Hossain Ahmed was a Bangladeshi physician and politician from Netrokona belonging to Bangladesh Awami League. He was elected as a member of the East Pakistan Provincial Assembly in 1970. After the Liberation of Bangladesh he was appointe ...

Brahmkumar Bhatt

Brahmkumar Bhatt was an Indian independence activist, Mahagujarat movement activist and socialist politician from Gujarat, India. He was elected as Member Of Legislative Assembly in Bombay State and Gujarat from Khadia constituent assembly. Later ...

Indias Struggle for Independence

Indias Struggle for Independence is the book written by historian and professor Bipan Chandra and published by Penguin Random House in 1987. The book centers around the Indian independence movement.

Thomas Pelham

Thomas Pelham may refer to: Thomas Pelham, 1st Earl of Chichester 1728–1805, British Whig politician Sir Thomas Pelham, 1st Baronet c. 1540–1624, Member of Parliament for Lewes, Surrey, and Sussex Thomas Pelham of Stanmer c. 1705–1737, Turkey mer ...

Ayhan Bilgen

Ayhan Bilgen is a journalist and politician from the Peoples Democratic Party. He currently serves as the current mayor of Kars. In 2006 he was engaged in the Turkish Human Rights association Mazlumder in which activity he opposed the new Anti-Te ...

Jacques Julius

Jacques Warren William Julius is a South African Democratic Alliance politician serving as the Deputy Chief Whip of the Official Opposition in the National Assembly of South Africa, elected on 30 May 2019. He was acting Chief Whip between the res ...

Constitutional Council (Cambodia)

The Constitutional Council of Cambodia is a judicial body in the government of Cambodia. The council was established with the Constitution of Cambodia on September 24, 1993. The President of the Council is HE Im Chhun Lim.

Supreme Council of the Magistracy

The Supreme Council of the Magistracy is an organ of the Judicial Branch of the Government of Cambodia. The Supreme Council was established during the 3rd session of the 1st National Assembly of Cambodia on 22 December 1994. The main role and fun ...

Representative

Legislator, someone who is a member of a legislature Representative democracy, type of democracy in which elected officials represent a group of people House of Representatives, legislative body in various countries or sub-national entities

2020 Ceann Comhairle election

The 2020 election of the Ceann Comhairle took place on 20 February 2020 at the commencement of the 33rd Dail. It was the second election to be performed by secret ballot.

CPD

Canonical polyadic decomposition, in mathematics Cyproterone acetate, a progestin and antiandrogen Cyclobutane pyrimidine dimer, a common UV product Chronic pulmonary disease, a pathological condition Conditional probability distribution, a kind ...

John Driscoll

John Driscoll may refer to: John T. Driscoll born 1925, American politician John R. Driscoll 1924–2014, American politician Paddy Driscoll 1896–1968, American football quarterback John Driscoll jockey, Australian jockey John Driscoll Montana poli ...

Edward Murray

Edward, Ed or Eddie Murray may refer to: Ed Murray baseball 1895–1970, Major League Baseball player Edward Murray Trinidad, Trinidadian registrar of slaves Eddie Murray footballer born 1962, English footballer Ed Murray Wyoming politician born 19 ...

Emily Wicks

Emily Wicks is a member of the Washington House of Representatives, representing the 38th legislative district. She was appointed to the state house in 2020 to fill a vacancy left by June Robinsonm who had been appointed to fill the seat of retir ...

Speaker of the British House of Commons election

The following is a list of elections for the office of Speaker of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom: 1895 Speaker of the British House of Commons election 2000 Speaker of the British House of Commons election 2019 Speaker of the British ...

Standing Order

A Standing Order is a rule of procedure in the Parliament of the United Kingdom. Both the House of Commons and the House of Lords can set Standing Orders to regulate their own affairs. These contain many important constitutional norms, including ...

James Hagan

James Hagan may refer to: James E. Hagan 1902–1965, American businessman and politician in the Massachusetts House of Representatives Jim Hagan basketball born 1936, American basketball player James B. Hagan 1923–1988, member of the Ohio House of ...

William McGuire

William McGuire may refer to: William McGuire judge, one of the three first judges of the Mississippi Territory William J. McGuire, American social psychologist William Henry McGuire 1875–1957, Canadian senator William McGuire footballer fl. 1881 ...

President of the Legislative Assembly

President of the Legislative Assembly may refer to any of the following presiding officers of parliamentary bodies styled legislative assemblies: President of the Legislative Assembly of Macau of the Legislative Assembly of Macau President of the ...

AIMS Meeting

The Annual International Medical Students Meeting, also known as AIMS Meeting, is an annually held student congress on biomedical sciences. AIMS Meeting is the largest European Biomedical Conference organized entirely by medical students. It is e ...

William P. Doyle

Commissioner Doyle was born in Boston, Massachusetts and raised in Weymouth. He is a 1992 graduate of the Massachusetts Maritime Academy, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering. During Operations Desert Shield and Desert Stor ...

House of Lords Commission

The House of Lords Commission is a select committee of the House of Lords which provides strategic and political direction for the House of Lords Administration. Its remit also includes approving the annual Estimate, overseeing financial support ...

Richard Onslow

Richard Onslow may refer to: Richard Onslow, 1st Baron Onslow 1654–1717, Speaker of the House of Commons and Chancellor of the Exchequer, grandson of the above Richard Onslow Solicitor General 1528–1571, Speaker of the House of Commons and Solici ...

New England Wilderness Act of 2006

The New England Wilderness Act of 2006 was signed into law by President George W. Bush on December 1, 2006. The Act designated three new wilderness areas in the U.S. states of New Hampshire and Vermont, while expanding five existing wilderness ar ...

Syringa (disambiguation)

Syringa is a genus of woody shrubs and trees, commonly known as lilacs. Syringa may also refer to: Places: Syringa, Idaho, United States, an unincorporated town 1104 Syringa, an asteroid Syringa Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada Syringa, ...

Langstaff

Langstaff GO Station, a station in the GO Transit network located in the community Langstaff, Ontario, a community shared between Vaughan, Ontario and Markham, Ontario York Regional Road 72, known commonly as Langstaff Road Back in 1966.

Massachusetts House of Representatives 14th Middlesex district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 14th Middlesex district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Middlesex County. Democrat Tami Gouveia of A ...

Christoph PloS

Christoph PloS is a German politician. Born in Hamburg, he represents the CDU. Christoph PloS has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of Hamburg since 2017.

Galicia Sempre

Galicia Sempre is a centre-left political party in Galicia, Spain, led by the mayor of Becerrea and ex-MP Manuel Martinez Nuñez.

Next Navarrese regional election

The next Navarrese regional election will be held no later than Sunday, 25 June 2023, to elect the 11th Parliament of the Chartered Community of Navarre. All 50 seats in the Parliament will be up for election.

Chester P. Majewski

Chester P. Majewski was an American politician who served as a Democratic member of the Illinois House of Representatives and a Commissioner of the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago.

Legislature of San Luis

The Legislature of San Luis is the local legislature of the Argentinian province of San Luis. It is a bicameral body, comprising the 43 members of the Chamber of Deputies of San Luis, and the Senate of San Luis with 9 members. It is one of eight ...

Legislature of Entre Rios

The Legislature of Entre Rios is the local legislature of the Argentinian province of Entre Rios. It is a bicameral body, comprising the Chamber of Deputies of Entre Rios, and the Senate of Entre Rios. It is one of eight bicameral legislatures in ...