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Helen Campbell

Helen Campbell is a British diplomat who served as the European Ambassador in Norway after having served as the head of the policy co-ordination division in the European External Action Service.

                                               

Birat Chandra Mandal

Birat Chandra Mandal was a Member of the 1st National Assembly of Pakistan as a representative of East Pakistan. He had argued for the constitution of Pakistan to be secular.

                                               

Its Alright with Me (disambiguation)

Its Alright with Me is a 1979 album, or the title song, by Patti LaBelle. Its Alright with Me may also refer to: "Its Alright with Me", a song written by Rod Argent for The Zombies on their 1964 self-titled EP "Its Alright with Me", a song writte ...

                                               

BNS

BNS may stand for: British Neuropathological Society Boustead Naval Shipyard Baltic News Service Bangladesh Navy Ship prefix Best Node Search algorithm Barnes railway station, England, station code British Numismatic Society, founded in 1903 Bath ...

                                               

Sibiryak

Sibiryak may refer to: Dmitry Mamin-Sibiryak, Russian writer Sybirak, a Polish term for a person exiled to Siberia by the Russian Empire or by the Soviet Union Sibiryak rural locality, several rural localities in Russia FC Sibiryak Bratsk, a Russ ...

                                               

Tuala Paulo

Tuala Paulo was a Western Samoan journalist and politician. He served as a member of the Legislative Assembly between 1964 and 1973 and as Minister of Education and Minister of Justice during the early 1970s.

                                               

Masoe Tulele

Afioga Masoe Tulele was a Western Samoan chief and politician. He served as a member of the Legislative Assembly from 1948 to 1954, and again from 1964 to 1967.

                                               

Sua Aloese

Following his education at Malifa school, Aloese began working as a trader in 1932. In 1956 he became a civil servant, joining the Agriculture Department. After leaving the civil service in 1966, he contested the Faasaleleaga No. 3 constituency i ...

                                               

Papalii Laupepa

Papaliitele Molioo Laupepa Malietoa was a Western Samoan chief and politician. He served as a member of the Legislative Assembly from 1982 to 1985, and as Minister of Justice for a short period in 1982.

                                               

Toluono Lama

During the colonial era, Lama was a member of the anti-colonial Mau movement. In 1950 he was appointed to the committee on local government by High Commissioner Guy Powles, and later served as a member of the Local Government Board. He was electe ...

                                               

Ulualofaiga Talamaivao

Ulualofaiga Talamaivao Vaelaa was a Western Samoan politician. He served as a member of the Legislative Assembly from 1954 until his death, and as Minister for Health and Minister of Justice in the 1960s.

                                               

1964 Far East Circuit

The 1964 Far East Circuit was the third season of golf tournaments that comprised the Far East Circuit, later known as the Asia Golf Circuit. Hsieh Yung-yo of Taiwan was the overall circuit champion.

                                               

Proton Electronic

Proton Electronic Industrial Co., Ltd. is a Taiwanese company founded in 1964. The companys line of business includes the manufacturing of radio and television consumer electronics equipment.

                                               

Type 64

Type 64 may refer to: Type 64 submachine gun, sound-suppressed submachine gun, China, introduced ca. 1966 Type 64 tank, light tank, Taiwan, introduced 1975 Type 64 MAT, anti-tank missile, Japan, introduced 1964 Howa Type 64, battle rifle, Japan, ...

                                               

Jan Dara

Rueang Khong Chan Dara Thai: เรื่องของจัน ดารา ; literally Account of Chan Dara, a Thai drama, erotic and period novel by Utsana Phloengtham, nom de plume of Pramun Unhathup, published in Thai newspapers from 1964 to 1966.

                                               

Wang Chao

Wang Chao may refer to: Places Wang Chao District, a district of Tak Province, Thailand People Wang Chao baseball born 1985, Chinese baseball player Wang Chao director born 1964, Chinese film director Wang Chao sailor, Chinese sailor including in ...

                                               

Lana, Queen of the Amazons

Lana, Queen of the Amazons is a 1964 West German-Brazilian adventure film directed by Cyl Farney and Geza von Cziffra and starring Anton Diffring, Catherine Schell and Christian Wolff. The films sets were designed by the art director Alexandre Ho ...

                                               

Wrong number (disambiguation)

A wrong number is a telephone number dialed incorrectly. Wrong number may also refer to: "Wrong Number" The Cure song, 1997 Wrong Number, a comic strip by Vince Evans "Wrong Number" Diagnosis Murder Episode Wrong Number film, a 2004 Bangladeshi f ...

                                               

The Pit and the Pendulum (disambiguation)

The Pit and the Pendulum is a short story by Edgar Allan Poe. The Pit and the Pendulum may also refer to: The Pit and the Pendulum 1961 film, a film by Roger Corman The Pit and the Pendulum, a short film by Marc Lougee shown at the 2006 Rhode Isl ...

                                               

Golden Ticket

Golden Ticket may refer to: Two video game interpretations, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory video games A plot element of The 2005 film adaptation, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory film The 1971 film adaptation, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Fac ...

                                               

Prescription (Scots law)

Prescription in Scots law allows the creation or extinction of personal and real rights. There are two forms of prescription: positive prescription, which creates certain real rights, and negative prescription, which extinguishes both personal an ...

                                               

Martha Ertman

Martha Ertman is an American US law professor. She is the Carole & Hanan Sibel Research Professor of Law at the University of Marylands Francis King Carey School of Law. She is an expert in family law and writes about contracts within relationshi ...

                                               

Wrath (disambiguation)

Wrath or anger, usually associated with violence, violent reaction, or acting out. Wrath may also refer to: Bryan Clark born 1964, wrestler using ring name Wrath Cape Wrath, Sutherland, Scotland "Wrath" The Walking Dead, a television episode The ...

                                               

Ryan v Governor of Midlands Prison

Ryan v Governor of Midlands Prison IESC 54 was a case in which the Irish supreme court ruled that, ordinarily, a Court order detaining a convicted individual that is not prima facie invalid should only be challenged through an appeal of the convi ...

                                               

Walsh v Jones Lang Lasalle Ltd

Walsh v Jones Lang Lasalle Ltd IESC 38, is a decision of the Irish Supreme Court in which the court held that a purchaser bears the risk of reliance on erroneous information unless the vendor has clearly assumed responsibility for its accuracy. I ...

                                               

Argadargada Station

It is situated about 140 kilometres 87 mi south of Alpurrurulam and 480 kilometres 298 mi north east of Alice Springs. The property shares a boundary with Annitowa and Ooratippra to the west, Lucy Creek and Manners Creek Station to the south, Lak ...

                                               

Paul Stewart (music producer)

Paul Stewart is an American music industry producer, music supervisor, and brand marketer, recognized for discovering and developing a number of notable musical artists, including Coolio, Warren G, The Pharcyde, and House of Pain.

                                               

Joystick (disambiguation)

A joystick is a control device. Joystick may also refer to: Analog stick, a control device Side-stick, a flight control device Centre stick, a flight control device

                                               

Request

Request may refer to: a petition, a formal document demanding something that is submitted to an authority a question, a request for information Request may also refer to:

                                               

RLSY College, Bakhtiyarpur

RLSY College, Bakhtiyarpur also known as Ram Lakhan Singh Yadav College is a degree college in Bihar, India. It is a constituent unit of Patliputra University. The college offers Senior secondary education and Undergraduate degree in arts, scienc ...

                                               

Henry Latimer Seaver

Seaver was born in Boston on January 16, 1878. His parents were Latimer Small and Minnie Church Seaver. He was educated at Boston Latin School and Harvard College, where he graduated in 1900. From 1901 until retirement in 1945, he taught English ...

                                               

Charles Reed

Charles Reed may refer to: Charles A. Reed, co-founder of Reed and Stem, an architecture firm based in St. Paul, Minnesota Charles Reed footballer 1885 – after 1910, English professional footballer Charles Manning Reed 1803–1871, U.S. Representat ...

                                               

Rapide

Rapide can refer to: de Havilland Dragon Rapide, a British short-haul passenger airplane Vincent Rapide, a British 998cc v-twin cylinder motorcycle made from 1936–1955 Lagonda Rapide - production car from 1961–1964 Cars built by Aston Martin Asto ...

                                               

The Encounter

The Encounter TV series, a 2016 American television series "The Encounter" Twilight Zone, a 1964 Twilight Zone episode The Encounter 2011 film, a Christian film directed by David A.R. White The Encounter 2002 film, a film by Omer Kavur

                                               

Baby Love (disambiguation)

Baby Love, a 1995 Philippine film starring Anna Larrucea Baby Love 1984 film, a sequel to Lemon Popsicle Baby Love 1968 film, a 1968 film starring Linda Hayden, Ann Lynn, Keith Barron and Diana Dors Baby Love 2008 film, French film

                                               

Gunnison County Library System

The Gunnison County Library System is a public library system located in the Gunnison County, Colorado area of Colorado. The System is made up of two locations, the Gunnison Library and the Crested Butte Library.

                                               

One by One

One by One 2004 film, a Disney animated short film One by One TV series, a 1980s UK television drama One by One 1975 film, film about Grand Prix racing narrated by Stacy Keach with a score by Stomu Yamashta One by One 1968 film, directed by Rafae ...

                                               

Taran

Taran, Bulgaria, a village in Smolyan municipality Taran Plateau, Antarctica Taran District, the name of a district of Kazakhstan; also, the capital of Taran District Taran, Iran disambiguation, several places in Iran

                                               

Year of the Quiet Sun (disambiguation)

Year Of The Quiet Sun may refer to: In film: A Year of the Quiet Sun, a 1984 Polish film written and directed by Krzysztof Zanussi In literature: The Year of the Quiet Sun: One Year at Scott Base, Antarctica: A Personal Impression, a 1968 nonfict ...

                                               

OR Mascara

Olympique Riadhi de Mascara, or simply Olympique Mascara, is an Algerian football club located in Mascara, Algeria. The club was founded in 1965 and its colours are green and black. Their home stadium, Stade Meflah Aoued, has a capacity of 15.000 ...

                                               

La Menesunda

La Menesunda is an installation art work by Argentine artists Marta Minujin and Ruben Santantonin, made in collaboration with Pablo Suarez, David Lamelas, Rodolfo Prayon, Floreal Amor and Leopoldo Maler. It was presented on May 27, 1965 at the To ...

                                               

Boilermakers and Blacksmiths Society of Australia

The Boilermakers and Blacksmiths Society of Australia was an Australian trade union representing boilermakers and blacksmiths between 1965 and 1972. It was established on 1 January 1966 with the amalgamation of the Boilermakers Society of Austral ...

                                               

Chagan

Chagan may refer to: Birinci Çağan, Çağan, Shamakhi Rayon, Azerbaijan Chagan nuclear test Chagan closed city, an abandoned closed city in Kazakhstan, currently a ghost town Dolon air base in Kazakhstan, also called Chagan Lake Chagan, a lake form ...

                                               

Gerardo Vacarezza

Gerardo Vacarezza is a Chilean former professional tennis player. Vacarezza, who was born in Santiago, reached a best singles ranking on the professional tour of 165 in the world. He won two titles on the Challenger Tour and made his only Grand P ...

                                               

Moll Flanders (disambiguation)

The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders, commonly abbreviated as Moll Flanders, is a novel written by Daniel Defoe in 1722. Moll Flanders may also refer to:

                                               

Kljuc

Kljuc may refer to: Klyuch, the village in Bulgaria also transliterated as Kljuc Kljuc Belgrade, a hamlet of Becmen, Serbia Kljuc Brdovecki, a village near Brdovec, Croatia Kljuc, Una-Sana Canton, a town in Bosnia and Herzegovina Kljuc, Sibenik-K ...

                                               

Territorial Defense

Territorial Defense Student, Thailand Territorial Forces Finland Territorial Defense Forces Ukraine Territorial Defence Force Poland, an active military reserve component of the Polish armed forces Territorial Troops Militia, a Cuban paramilitary ...

                                               

Nuggets

Love Is the Song We Sing: San Francisco Nuggets 1965–1970, the fourth box Nuggets series, a series of compilation albums by Elektra Records, continued by Rhino Where the Action Is! Los Angeles Nuggets: 1965–1968, the fifth box set Nuggets, Volume ...

                                               

Family Jewels

Family Jewels or The Family Jewels may refer to: The Family Jewels Marina and the Diamonds album, 2010 "The Family Jewels", a bonus track from the album Family Jewels AC/DC album, a two-disc compilation DVD by the hard rock band AC/DC, featuring ...

                                               

Xudong Huang

Xudong Huang is a Chinese medical researcher and the current Co-Director of the Neurochemistry Lab at the Massachusetts General Hospital. He is also an assistant professor at Harvard University.