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Head of the Luhansk Peoples Republic

Head of the Luhansk Peoples Republic is the highest elected official of Luhansk Peoples Republic, a unrecognized country located on the territory of Luhansk Oblast in eastern Ukraine. According to the Constitution, Head of the Republic is the hea ...

Rapid Operational Response Unit

Rapid Operational Response Unit, commonly abbreviated KORD is a special purpose unit of the National Police of Ukraine. It is designed to solve emergency situations, the level of which is so high and complex that it may exceed the capabilities of ...

Brisbane City Council

Brisbane City Council is the democratic executive local government authority for the City of Brisbane, the capital city of the state of Queensland, Australia. The largest City Council in Australia by population and area, BCCs jurisdiction include ...

2021 Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council election

The 2021 Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council election is scheduled to take place on 6 May 2021 as part of the 2021 local elections in the United Kingdom. All 55 councillors will be elected from 21 wards which return either two or three council ...

Permanent Slow Fade

Permanent Slow Fade were a four-piece guitar band based in London. They were in existence between 1999–2001. Consisting of guitar, bass, drums and vocals they were mainly in the indie/dream pop genre. Their vocalist, Brigid Dawson brought a blues ...

8th Regiment

8th Infantry Regiment Philippine Commonwealth Army 8th Infantry Regiment Philippine Constabulary - The military establishment of the 8th Infantry Regiment of the Philippine Constabulary was active on 1944 to 1946 under the U.S. military command d ...

Retina UK

Retina UK is a charity based in Buckingham, England, that works for people affected by inherited sight loss. This includes conditions such as retinitis pigmentosa, Usher syndrome, Stargardt disease and Leber congenital amaurosis. The organisation ...

Criminal Justice Workers Union

The Criminal Justice Workers Union or CJWU is a trade union that represents workers in the criminal justice sector in the United Kingdom. It’s President is David Gillan and General Secretary is Andy Hamlin with an executive committee of 10 people ...

Alfred Hillier

Alfred Peter Hillier was a Conservative MP for Hitchin. Hillier spent a large portion of his life in South Africa, where he moved at the age of 16. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of the Cape of Good Hope, and served as a ...

Amina Shukri

Amina Shukri was an Egyptian social worker and politician. In 1957 she was one of the first two women elected to the National Assembly.

Burnaby (disambiguation)

Burnaby is a city in British Columbia, Canada. Burnaby may also refer to: Places in British Columbia: Burnaby Range, a small mountain range Burnaby electoral district, a federal electoral district from 1976 to 1987 Burnaby Lake see Burnaby Lake R ...

Eric Knight (politician)

Major Eric Ayshford Knight was a British Conservative Party politician. He served as an Conservative Party Member of Parliament for Kidderminster between 1910 and 1922.

Palace letters

The Palace letters, sometimes labelled as the Palace papers, refers to 211 letters between Queen Elizabeth and the then Australian Governor General John Kerr regarding the dismissal of democratically elected Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitla ...

Rita Tani Iddi

Rita Tani Iddi is a Ghanaian politician who served as the member of parliament for the Gushiegu constituency from 2005 to 2009. Rita won the Gushiegu seat during the December 2004 general election on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party NPP but ...

Firefighters Against Cuts

Firefighters Against Cuts was a political party formed in 2003 which fought a small number of seats in the 2003 United Kingdom local elections. It was registered on 20 March 2003. Paul Woolstenholmes was the party leader and he stood with Steven ...

General MacArthur (disambiguation)

General MacArthur was a leading US general. General MacArthur may also refer to: Lieutenant-General Sir Edward Macarthur, a British general Brigadier-General John McArthur, who fought for the Union in the US Civil War Brigadier-General Duncan McA ...

Clinical trial naming conventions

Clinical trials are often assigned contrived acronyms. Some common themes include acronyms excluding words from the acronym and including letters taken from the middle of words. It is suggested that the use of acronyms in titles is associated wit ...

Frances L. Marshall

Frances L. Marshall, who wrote under the pseudonym Alan Saint Aubyn, was a British author. Many of her novels are set in Cambridge colleges.

Young Sherlock Holmes: Snake Bite

Young Sherlock Holmes: Snake Bite is the fifth novel in the Young Sherlock Holmes series that depicts Arthur Conan Doyles detective Sherlock Holmes as a teenager in the 1860s. It was written by author Andy Lane and released in 2012. In this serie ...

Once Bitten

Once Bitten Great White album Once Bitten The Snakes album 1998 "Once Bitten, Twice Shy", Ian Hunter song from the 1975 album Ian Hunter, later covered by Great White Once Bitten Annabel Lamb album 1983

Lanmadaw Phoe Toke

Lanmadaw Phoe Toke was a respected Burmese gangster who was influenced in Rangoon during the colonial era. He was a nationalist figure in Myanmar and most of the child from Myanmar knew about him and they were in respect with Phoe Toke since they ...

The Very Thought of You (disambiguation)

The Very Thought of You is a pop standard published in 1934, music and lyrics by Ray Noble. The Very Thought of You may also refer to: The Very Thought of You, an album by Della Griffin The Very Thought of You film, a 1944 film starring Dennis Mo ...

Prion (disambiguation)

Fungal prion, prion that infects fungal hosts Prion protein, human gene encoding for the major prion protein PrP for prion protein Prion pruritus, intense itching during the prodromal period of the Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease Prion pseudoknot, pred ...

Muriel Hanschell

Muriel Hanschell was a Barbadian social worker and politician. She was appointed to the Legislative Council in 1949, becoming the first female member of the Parliament of Barbados.

Keith Alexander

Keith Alexander may refer to: Keith Alexander racing driver born 1963, American racecar driver Keith Alexander, a co-host of The Political Cesspool Keith Alexander engineer, New Zealand inventor and professor of mechanical engineering at the Univ ...

Russell England

Sir Russell England was a British-born civil servant, farmer and politician in Bechuanaland. A leader of the European community, he served as a member of the Legislative Council from 1961 to 1965.

Martin OBrien (artist)

O’Brien was born in Burnley, Lancashire in 1987. He studied art at Dartington College of Arts, receiving BA in 2008; and subsequently received MA in performance from Aberystwyth University, and a practice-based PhD from University of Reading. He ...

Normanton (electoral ward)

The ward is one of 21 in the Wakefield district, and has been held by Labour since the current boundaries were formed for the 2004 Council election. The predecessor ward was Normanton and Sharlston. As of 2019, the electorate stands at 12.315 of ...

Alfred Hayes

Alfred Hayes may refer to: Alfred Hayes banker 1910–1989, American banker; president of Federal Reserve Bank of New York Alfred Hayes Jr. 1873–1936, American lawyer; Rooseveltian Progressivist Alfred Hayes poet 1857–1936, British poet; author of ...

Janis Kelly (soprano)

Janis Kelly is a Scottish operatic soprano and voice teacher. She is Professor and Chair of Vocal Performance at the Royal College of Music in London.

Senator Young

Senator Young may refer to: United States Senate Stephen M. Young 1889–1984, U.S. Senator from Ohio from 1959 until 1971 Milton Young 1897–1983, U.S. Senator from North Dakota from 1945 to 1981 Lafayette Young 1848–1926, U.S. Senator from Iowa fr ...

Senator Warren

Robert W. Warren 1925–1998, Wisconsin State Senate Moses Warren 1779–1845, New York State Senate Lindsay Carter Warren 1889–1976, Virginia State Senate Charles Henry Warren 1798–1874, Massachusetts State Senate Fitz Henry Warren 1816–1878, Iowa S ...

Senator Russell

Edward Russell Australian politician 1878–1925, senator for Victoria 1907–1925 William Russell Australian politician 1842–1912, senator for South Australia 1907–1912

Millview, Florida

Millview may have been settled as early as 1783. Millviews history has been closely tied to that of the lumber industry, and the community was once home to as many as six different lumber mills and had a population of 3.000 residents. One of the ...

Senator Logan

John A. Logan 1826–1886, U.S. Senator from Illinois from 1879 to 1886 William Logan Kentuckian 1776–1822, U.S. Senator from Kentucky George Logan 1753–1821, U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania M. M. Logan 1874–1939, U.S. Senator from Kentucky Charles ...

William Beaumont (disambiguation)

William Beaumont was a U.S. Army surgeon. William Beaumont may also refer to: Bill Beaumont born 1952, English rugby player William Spencer Beaumont, British army officer and a member of the London County Council William Comyns Beaumont 1873–1956 ...

Senator Bartlett

Ichabod Bartlett 1786–1853, New Hampshire Oscar Bartlett 1823–1911, Wisconsin State Senate Charles Lafayette Bartlett 1853–1938, Georgia State Senate William S. Bartlett Jr., New Hampshire State Senate Martin F. Bartlett, Maine State Senate Thoma ...

Senator Fowler

William Chauncey Fowler 1793–1881, Connecticut State Senate Chuck Fowler born 1939, Minnesota State Senate H. Robert Fowler 1851–1926, Illinois State Senate David Fowler politician born 1958, Tennessee State Senate Bernie Fowler born 1924, Maryla ...

Chief clerk

Chief clerk may refer to: Chief Clerk of the California State Assembly, an officer of the California State Assembly The senior clerk of any business, organisation, or department, often a senior official rather than a low-level administrative offi ...

Senator Seymour

John Seymour California politician born 1937, U.S. Senator from California from 1991 to 1992 Horatio Seymour Vermont 1778–1857, U.S. Senator from Vermont from 1821 to 1833

Senator Washburn

William B. Washburn 1820–1887, U.S. Senator from Massachusetts from 1874 to 1875== also served in the Massachusetts State Senate William D. Washburn 1831–1912, U.S. Senator from Minnesota from 1889 to 1895

127th

127th may refer to: Ohio House of Representatives, 127th General Assembly, in session in 2007 and 2008 127th Street Repertory Ensemble, a theater group based in Harlem, Manhattan, New York City 127th meridian west, a line of longitude 127° west o ...

Senator Evans

Josiah J. Evans 1786–1858, U.S. Senator from South Carolina from 1853 to 1858 Daniel J. Evans born 1925, U.S. Senator from Washington from 1983 to 1989 George Evans American politician 1797–1867, U.S. Senator from Maine from 1841 to 1847

Florent Edouard Simon

Florent Edouard Simon was a Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court from January 1, 1840 to March 19, 1846. Born in Tournai, in the province of Hainaut, Belgium, he studied at the University of Louvain, and studied civil law at Brussels. Following ...

Representative Bacon

Several individuals named Bacon have served as United States state or federal representatives, including: Kevin Bacon politician 1971-, Ohio state Representative 2007–2010 John Bacon Massachusetts politician 1738-1820, state Representative 1801-1 ...

Senator Foot

Henry S. Foote 1804–1880, U.S. Senator from Mississippi from 1847 to 1852 Samuel A. Foot 1780–1846, U.S. Senator from Connecticut from 1827 to 1833 Solomon Foot 1802–1866, U.S. Senator from Vermont from 1851 to 1866

Senator Dixon

Nathan F. Dixon I 1774–1842, U.S. Senator from Rhode Island Archibald Dixon 1802–1876, U.S. Senator from Kentucky Joseph M. Dixon 1867–1934, U.S. Senator from Montana from 1907 to 1913 Nathan F. Dixon III 1847–1897, U.S. Senator from Rhode Island ...

Senator Perkins

George Clement Perkins 1839–1923, U.S. Senator from California from 1893 to 1915 Neptune Perkins, fictional U.S. Senator in the D.C. Comics universe Bishop W. Perkins 1841–1894, U.S. Senator from Kansas from 1892 to 1893

Cayetano Juarez

Don Cayetano Juarez was a Californio soldier who served for nine years in the Mexican Army, a Mexican government official in Alta California, a prosperous cattle rancher, and a pioneer in the Napa Valley. The adobe house he built in what is now t ...

Senator Gibson

Randall L. Gibson 1832–1892, U.S. Senator from Louisiana from 1883 to 1892 Ernest Willard Gibson 1872–1940, U.S. Senator from Vermont from 1933 to 1940 Charles Hopper Gibson 1842–1900, U.S. Senator from Maryland from 1891 to 1897 Ernest W. Gibson ...