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Betul Kırdar

Betul Kırdar is a Turkish molecular and systems biologist researching design strategies of microorganisms, metabolic engineering, and biological networks. She is a professor in the department of chemical engineering at Boğaziçi University.

Koppel Olena Arnoldivna

Koppel Olena Arnoldivna is a Ukrainian political scientist. She is a Professor in the Department of International Relations and Foreign Policy within the Institute of International Relations at the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. Ar ...

Ecolog International

Ecolog International is a multinational company that uses technology and supply chain management to provide services for a variety of industries including energy, construction, facility management and the environment. Ecolog is headquartered in D ...

List of awards and nominations received by Stephen Frears

Stephen Frears is an English film and television director. Frears has directed numerous films since the 1980s including My Beautiful Laundrette, Dangerous Liaisons, High Fidelity, The Queen, Philomena, and Florence Foster Jenkins. He is also know ...

Peter B. Warr

Warr was awarded BA from the University of Cambridge followed by a PhD from the University of Sheffield. He spent the majority of his academic career at Sheffield. With Harry Kay he established Social and Applied Psychology Unit of which he becam ...

Psilocybin decriminalization in the United States

The psilocybin decriminalization movement in the United States began in the late 2010s, with Denver, Colorado becoming the first city to decriminalize psilocybin in May 2019. The cities of Oakland and Santa Cruz, California followed suit and decr ...

List of killings by law enforcement officers in the United States, May 2020

This is a list of people reported killed by non-military law enforcement officers in the United States in 2020, whether in the line of duty or not, and regardless of reason or method. The listing documents the occurrence of a death, making no imp ...

Craftopia

Craftopia is a youth-oriented crafting competition, with the contestants ages ranging from 9 to 15. Contestants are given challenges to create different items within a time period. Before each challenge, the contestants race to fill their carts u ...

TAK ensemble

TAK ensemble was founded in 2013 and performed their first performance in Greenpoint, Brooklyn on May 4, 2013. TAK’s debut album Ecstatic Music: TAK plays Taylor Brook was released on New Focus Recordings in 2016 and was featured as Q2 Music’s Al ...

Nick Khouri

Khouri previously served as Chief Economist to the Michigan Senate Fiscal Agency. Khouri served as Chief Deputy Michigan State Treasurer under Michigan State Treasurer Douglas B. Roberts from 1991 to 1997. In April 2015, Khouri served as Michigan ...

Robert Spalding

Robert S. Spalding III is a retired United States Air Force brigadier general. He currently serves as a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute. His work focuses on U.S.–China relations, economic and national security, and the Asia-Pacific military ...

Willie Beecher

Beecher served as the kicker for the Utah State Aggies for four seasons. He made all 64 extra point attempts and 36 of 54 field goal attempts in his college career and was named to Utah States All-Century team in 1993.

Paige Kassalen

Paige Kassalen is an American electrical engineer. At age 22, she was the only American woman and the youngest member of the ground crew for the Solar Impulse 2 project. In 2017, she appeared on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in the energy category. ...

When the looting starts, the shooting starts

When the looting starts, the shooting starts is a phrase attributed to Walter E. Headley, the police chief of Miami, Florida, said in response to an outbreak of violent crime during the 1967 Christmas holiday season. He accused "young hoodlums, f ...

Metrobus accidents and incidents (Washington, D.C)

On November 27, 2015, at around 1:55 PM, a man was hit by a P18 bus at the intersection of Southern Avenue SE, and Indian Head Highway suffering serious injuries. On May 22, 2013, a man was struck by a Metrobus along Georgia Avenue and Olney-Sand ...

Subrayado

Subrayado is the news program of the Uruguayan Channel 10. It airs from Monday to Friday at three different times, in addition to a broadcast on Sundays and holidays. It is presented by Blanca Rodriguez. The first broadcast of Subrayado was in 19 ...

Marcelo Demarco

Marcelo Demarco is an Uruguayan DJ and producer also known as Mark Demark. He began his professional career in the early 1990s in Montevideos incipient rave scene. His style evolved from progressive house at his early stages to a very distinctive ...

Esther Pineda G

Esther Pineda G., often published as Esther Pineda, is a Venezuelan sociologist and feminist writer. She has written sociological studies, essay collections, and poetic anthologies about misogyny in the history of Western philosophy, the connecti ...

Cecilia Chimbiri

Cecilia Chimbiri is a Zimbabwean youth campaigner for the Movement for Democratic Change, who was abducted for two days at an anti-government protest in May 2020. On 13 May 2020 she and two other women, including MP Joana Mamombe, were abducted b ...

Tecno Camon 15

Tecno Camon 15 Air, Tecno Camon 15, Tecno Camon 15 Pro and Tecno Camon 15 Premier are Android-based smartphones manufactured, released and marketed by Tecno Mobile as part of Tecno Camon 15 series. The device were unveiled during an online event ...

List of people from Balmiki caste

Following is a list of notable people from Valmiki caste organised by profession, field, or focus. Valmikis are also called Mazhabi Sikh, Chuhra, Hela, Halalkhor, Lal Begi, Nayak and Boyar.

List of law schools in Rajasthan

In Rajasthan there are 123 Legal education centers imparting legal education. 1 Ajmer 7 Govt. College Dayanand College Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University Ajaymeru Law Colleges Bhagwant University St. Wilfred’s Law College Sant Paramhans Law C ...

Ark of SantApollonio

The Ark of SantApollonio is a funerary monument in marble by Gasparo Cairano. Dated between 1508 and 1510, it is located in the third chapel on the right of the southern nave of the New Cathedral, Brescia.

Baixo Islet

Baixo Islet, also known locally as Ilheu do Carapacho and historically as Ilheu dos Homiziados, is a small uninhabited islet group located off the southeast coast of the island of Graciosa in the Portuguese archipelago of the Azores. Along with P ...

Mosteiros Islets

The Mosteiros Islets are four uninhabited rocky islets located about 0.5 nautical miles from the settlement of Mosteiros, off the extreme northwestern coast of the island of São Miguel in the Portuguese archipelago of the Azores.

Cimensis

Cimensis is a Latin adjective meaning "from Cima", referring to either Ilheu de Cima of Cape Verde or Ilheu de Cima of Madeira. It may refer to several species: Pseudococcus cimensis, a species of mealy bugs found in Madeira Nesarpalus cimensis, ...

Thomensis

Thomensis is Latin for "of Thomas" or "of the island of São Tome". It may refer to several species found on the island and in the surrounding waters: Conosia thomensis, a crane fly species found in the island of São Tome, São Tome and Principe Ps ...

NAD+ Five-prime cap

In molecular biology, the NAD+ five-prime cap refers to a molecule of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, a nucleoside-containing metabolite, covalently bonded the 5’ end of cellular mRNA. While the more common methylated guanosine cap is added to ...

Hans-Joachim Newiger

Born in Konigsberg, Newiger was appointed on 21 December 1953 at the University of Kiel with his Dissertation Metaphern und Chorpersonifikationen bei Aristophanes, which was published in 1957 in extended form under the title Metapher und Allegori ...

National Route 111 (Costa Rica)

National Secondary Route 111, or just Route 111 is a National Road Route of Costa Rica, located in the Alajuela, Heredia provinces.

Celio Taveira

Born in Santos, Taveira played for Portuguesa Santista, Ponte Preta, Jabaquara, Vasco da Gama, Nacional, Corinthians and Operario. He scored 100 goals for Vasco, being the clubs 16th top goalscorer. For Nacional he scored 22 goals in the Copa Lib ...

Sleepers Awake (disambiguation)

Sleepers Awake may refer to: "Sleepers Awake", English name for the hymn "Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme" 1599 by Philipp Nicolai Sleepers Awake 1946, poetry collection by Kenneth Patchen Sleepers Awake band, rock band from Columbus, Ohio, forme ...

Ikaalisten Nouseva-Voima

Ikaalisten Nouseva-Voima, Nouski, is Finnish orienteering club from Ikaalinen. The club got a silver medal in 10-mila in 1975 with Kimmo Rauhamaki on the last leg, where Rolf Pettersson from Hagaby GoIF managed to keep him away. It came on second ...

Thomas Dale (disambiguation)

Sir Thomas Dale was a British naval commander and deputy governor of the Virginia Colony. Thomas Dale may also refer to: Thomas Henry Dale 1846–1912, U.S. congressman from Pennsylvania T. Lawrence Dale 1884–1959, English architect Thomas Francis ...

George Thorpe

George Thorpe may refer to: George Thorpe cricketer, born 1834 1834–1899, English cricketer George Thorpe Virginia colonist died 1622, Virginia colonist and Berkeley Hundred co-founder George Thorp Royal Navy officer 1777–1797, Royal Navy officer ...

Governor Calvert

Governor Calvert may refer to: George Calvert, 1st Baron Baltimore 1580–1632, Proprietary Governor of Newfoundland from 1627 to 1629 Phillip Calvert governor 1626–1682, Governor of Maryland in 1660 or 1661 Cecil Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore 1605– ...

Gassaway

Dan Gasaway born 1966, American politician Percy Lee Gassaway 1885–1937, Congressman from Oklahoma Nicholas Gassaway 1634–1691, Colonel of the Provincial Maryland Forces, originator of the family name Rodney Gassaway born September 21, 1984, Prof ...

First Parish Church

First Parish Church Portland, Maine First Parish Church Brunswick, Maine First Parish Meetinghouse Standish, Maine First Parish Congregational Church, Yarmouth First Parish Meetinghouse Biddeford, Maine, listed on the NRHP in Maine

Alumni Stadium (disambiguation)

Alumni Stadium is a common name for athletic venues. Other derivations of the name are also included in the list. Alumni Stadium Notre Dame – Notre Dame, Indiana Alumni Stadium – Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts Alumni Memorial Stadium Livingstone – ...

St. Thomas Episcopal Church

St. Thomas Episcopal Church, and variations with St. Thomas or St. Thomass, may refer to: In the United States by state: St. Thomas Episcopal Church Sioux City, Iowa St. Thomas Episcopal Church Alamosa, Colorado St. Thomas Episcopal Church Newark ...

Wyatt House

Wyatt Hall or Wyatt House may refer to: Penn-Wyatt House, Danville, Virginia, NRHP-listed Samuel Wyatt House, Dover, New Hampshire, NRHP-listed Wyatt-Hickie Ranch Complex, Stephenville, Texas, listed on the NRHP in Texas George Wyatt House, Somer ...

John Atwood

John Atwood may refer to: John Leland Atwood 1904–1999, American engineer and manager in the aerospace industry John Atwood colonial administrator 1576–1644, Assistant Governor of the Plymouth Colony in the US state of Massachusetts John Atwood 1 ...

John Partridge

John Partridge may refer to: John Bernard Partridge 1861–1945, British illustrator, nephew of the artist John Partridge footballer born 1962, English footballer J. Colin Partridge born 1949, American pediatrician and neonatologist John Partridge ...

Henry Fletcher

Henry Fletcher may refer to: Sir Henry Fletcher, 1st Baronet, of Hutton le Forest died 1645 Sir Henry Fletcher, 3rd Baronet, of Hutton le Forest 1661–1712, English MP for Cockermouth Sir Henry Aubrey-Fletcher, 4th Baronet 1835–1910, British MP fo ...

John Potts

John Potts may refer to: John Potts footballer 1904–1986, English footballer John Potts athlete 1906-1987, English Olympic athlete John Potts engraver 1791–1841, English engraver John Potts American frontiersman, a member of the Lewis and Clark E ...

Church of Jesus Christ Restored

Church of Jesus Christ Restored may refer to: Church of Jesus Christ Restored Ontario, an Ontario-based church that split from the Community of Christ in the 1960s Restoration Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, a Missouri-based church t ...

Mary Coffin Starbuck

Mary Coffin Starbuck was a Quaker leader from the Massachusetts Bay Colony. She and her husband, Nathaniel Starbuck, were the first couple to marry on Nantucket and were parents to the first child born on the island. She supported her husbands ef ...

John Reading

John Reading may refer to: Colonel John Reading d. 1717, father of Governor John Reading New Jersey John H. Reading 1917–2003, Mayor of Oakland, California 1966–1977 John Roberts Reading 1826–1886, U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania John Readi ...

Charles Ridgely (disambiguation)

Charles Ridgely usually refers to Gov. Charles Carnan Ridgely of Maryland. Charles Ridgely may also refer to: Capt. Charles Ridgely III 1733–1790, "Charles the Mariner" of Hampton, his son and uncle of Gov. Ridgely, ironmonger Charles G. Ridgely, ...

WPLA

WPLA may refer to: WTWD, a radio station 910 AM licensed to serve Plant City, Florida, United States, which held the call sign WPLA from 1949 to 1990 WJBT, a radio station 93.3 FM licensed to serve Callahan, Florida, United States, which held the ...