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Stem cell tourism

Stem cell tourism is the internet based-industry in which stem cell procedures are advertised to the public as a proven cure. In the majority of cases resulting in patients and families traveling overseas to obtain procedures that are not proven, ...

                                               

Calderstones (disambiguation)

Calderstones or Calderstone can refer to: Calderstone Road, a street in Brampton, Ontario, Canada Calderstones School, an English comprehensive school located in the Liverpool suburb of Allerton Calderstone Middle School, a middle school in Bramp ...

                                               

Chenal des Grands Voiliers

The Chenal des Grands Voiliers is a channel of the St. Lawrence River, between Ile dOrleans and the south shore of Quebec, in the province of Quebec, in Canada. On the southeast shore of Ile dOrleans, this channel successively wets the municipali ...

                                               

Minds Eye Entertainment

Minds Eye Entertainment is an independent film production and distribution company headquartered in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Minds Eye Entertainment produces independent and foreign films in Canada and the United States and internationally.

                                               

Judah Cohen

Judah Mordechai Cohen was a Dutch-born London-based Jewish merchant and slave plantation owner with interests in Jamaica. With over 1255 slaves on his plantations, Cohen was one of the most extensive slave owners in Jamaica and the British West I ...

                                               

World schools rugby festival

The World Schools Rugby Festival is an international rugby union tournament for 15-a-side youth teams. Participation is through invitation with the aim of having the top youth rugby teams in the world compete in a Ryder Cup style format with 10 t ...

                                               

LA Originals

LA Originals is a 2020 documentary film directed by Estevan Oriol, written by Brian Maya and Omar Quiroga and starring Estevan Oriol and Mister Cartoon. The premise revolves around the Los Angeles-based artists Mark Machado and Estevan Oriol with ...

                                               

Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering

Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering is a major South Korean shipbuilding, offshore, industrial and defence group and holding company based in Seoul, which offers its services to both military and civil sector. It was founded as a sub-holdin ...

                                               

Manning & Napier

Manning & Napier is an investment firm based in Fairport, New York with billion in assets under management. It is traded on NYSE as MN. It has approximately 300 employees as of December 2019. The company was founded in 1970. In April 2020, the co ...

                                               

Podroze (magazine)

Podroze is a monthly Polish magazine published in Warsaw since 1998. The magazine presents travel tips and geographical information. It is one of the largest travel magazines in Poland.

                                               

Nepal Bureau of Standards and Metrology

Nepal Bureau of Standards & Metrology is a department under the Ministry of Industry, Nepal. The department was established in 1976 based on the Industrial policy with an aim to regulate and improve the quality of industrial production. The initi ...

                                               

Marjorie Dence

Dence was born in Teddington in 1901. Her parents were Annie Eleanor Searle and Ernest Martin Dence d. 1937 who was a brass-founder and company director. She went to University in London where she joined the local dramatic society where she knew ...

                                               

RBW

rbw or RBW may refer to: a widely used acronym for US District Court Judge Reggie B. Walton Rainbow Bridge World, a South Korean entertainment company "Red Blooded Woman", a 2004 single by Australian pop/dance singer Kylie Minogue Rainbow Group 1 ...

                                               

Dhruv Rathee

Rathee completed his schooling in Haryana. He obtained his mechanical engineering bachelors degree in Germany where he also completed his masters specialized in renewable energy. He is currently pursuing bachelors in European Economy and Business ...

                                               

Dennis Flores (activist)

Dennis Flores is a Puerto Rican activist and "cop watcher" who works in New York City. He began filming the activities of the New York Police Department in 1995, and has been arrested more than 70 times during this period. According to the BBC, F ...

                                               

El Grito de Sunset Park

One of the founders of El Grito de Sunset Park is Dennis Flores, a "cop watcher" who began documenting the activities of the New York Police Department in 1995. He has been arrested more than 70 times for his activities. Flores and others founded ...

                                               

Next generation combat vehicle

The project began in 2017 after the previous program Ground combat vehicle project was canceled. The deadline of the projects is expected to be 2035. Multiple groups competed for the bid. The Army gave the contract to a group composed of seven co ...

                                               

AFIS

AFIS may refer to: Advanced Fire Information System Association française dIngenierie Systeme, French chapter of the INCOSE Automatic Flight Information Service American Forces Information Service Amministrazione Fiduciaria Italiana della Somalia ...

                                               

Electronic Systems

Electronic Systems may refer to: Electronic system-level design and verification Electrical element Electronics and related technologies Electrical network

                                               

Black Girl Gamers

Black Girl Gamers was founded by Jay-Ann Lopez, a British author and blogger, in 2015. Lopez had enjoyed playing video games since she was young, but struggled to find other black women who were interested in gaming, and faced sexist and racist c ...

                                               

Xiaomi Mi Band 5

The Xiaomi Mi Band 5 is a wearable activity tracker produced by Xiaomi Inc. It was announced in China on 11 June 2020, and went on sale from 18 June 2020 in China. It has a 1.1 inch 126*294 resolution capacitive AMOLED display and features 24/7 h ...

                                               

Hex file

Hex file or hex file format may refer to: Zilog hex format, a hex file format by Zilog Microchip Technology hex format, a hex file format by Digital Research Tektronix hex format, hex file format by Tektronix Motorola hex format, a hex file forma ...

                                               

Curation

Content curation, the collection and sorting of information Cultural heritage management, conservation of cultural sites and resources Evidence management, the indexing and cataloguing of evidence related to an event Data curation, management act ...

                                               

Seah Kian Peng

Seah Kian Peng is a Singaporean politician. A member of the countrys governing Peoples Action Party, he was elected as a Member of Parliament for the Marine Parade Group Representation Constituency and served as the MP for Braddell Heights ward s ...

                                               

OpenSC (company)

OpenSC is a joint venture by World Wildlife Fund Australia and BCG Digital Ventures. It produces a digital platform that uses data to verify a products sustainable production claims and tracks that product throughout its individual supply chain. ...

                                               

Vandestadt and McGruer Limited

Vandestadt and McGruer Limited was a Canadian boat builder based in Owen Sound, Ontario. The company specialized in the design and manufacture of fibreglass sailboats. The company was founded by Fraser McGruer and Hubert Vandestadt in 1965. Vande ...

                                               

Maheu River

The Maheu River flows through the municipalities of Saint-Pierre-de-lIle-dOrleans, Saint-Laurent-de-lIle-dOrleans and Saint-Jean-de-lIle-dOrleans, in the LIle-dOrleans Regional County Municipality, in the administrative region of Capitale-Nationa ...

                                               

Cook it

Cook it is a french Canadian meal kit service available in Quebec, Ontario and the Maritime Provinces of Canada. Based in Montreal, it’s established as the first meal kit company in Canada. Cook it’s subscription service includes the delivery of ...

                                               

Wong Mo Ying

Wong Mo Ying is a Hakka village which was populated by inhabitants with the surname Tang 鄧, originally from Danshui 淡水 of Huizhou, who settled in Wong Mo Ying probably between the 1750s and the 1840s.

                                               

Xuansteel

Xuanhua Steel Group Co., Ltd. or Xuansteel is a state-owned iron and steel enterprise located in Xuanhua District, Hebei Province, China, which is mainly engaged in Steel business. In 2006, the company incoperated into the Tangsteel Group. In 200 ...

                                               

Françoise Foning

Françoise Foning was a Cameroonian businessperson and politician for the Cameroon Peoples Democratic Movement. She began a career in business at age 12, opening a restaurant before entering into the tourism, transportation, food, medical and educ ...

                                               

Kiyotaka Sugiyama

Kiyotaka Sugiyama is a Japanese singer-songwriter. Sugiyamas career began after joining the band "Kyutipanchosu," and subsequently winning 19th Popcon with the single, "Gospel No Yoru." After being scouted by producer Koichi Fujita, Sugiyamas ban ...

                                               

Japan International Training Cooperation Organization

Japan International Training Cooperation Organization, abbreviated as JITCO, is a Japanese public interest incorporated foundation established in 1991. JITCO operates under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Health, Labo ...

                                               

Musa Bazhaev

Musa Yusupovich Bazhaev is a Russian business person of Chechen descent. He is the current president of the Alliance group, which he became after the death of the companys founder, his brother Ziya Bazhayev. Musa is according to Forbes the 139th ...

                                               

Electrolux F.C.

Founded in 1928, as a works team for Luton-based employees of Swedish company Electrolux, the club competed in local junior leagues during the first 21 years of their existence, before joining the South Midlands League in 1949. In 1955, the club ...

                                               

2nd Missouri Infantry Regiment (Confederate)

The 2nd Missouri Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment that served in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. Organized on January 16, 1862, the regiment first saw major action at the Battle of Pea Ridge on March 7 and 8, ...

                                               

Harris Missouri Battery (1864)

Harris Missouri Battery was an artillery battery that served in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. The battery was organized in early 1864 when the 13th Missouri Light Battery was reorganized in a process that may not have ...

                                               

7th Missouri Volunteer Cavalry

7th Missouri Cavalry Regiment was a cavalry unit from Missouri that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. The regiment was formed on 20 February 1862 by merging Bishops Cavalry Battalion with some unattached cavalry companies. T ...

                                               

Marguerite Stakes

The Marguerite Stakes was a Thoroughbred horse race at Pimlico Race Course, in Baltimore, Maryland run between 1945 and 1965. A race on dirt for two-year-old fillies, it was created as a companion event to the Pimlico Futurity and declared at the ...

                                               

Alabama and Florida Railroad (1853–1869)

The Alabama and Florida Railroad was a rail line connecting Pensacola, Florida with Montgomery, Alabama during the late 1850s and early 1860s. Citizens of Pensacola, led by William Chase, a captain in the United States Army Corps of Engineers, de ...

                                               

Sunbeam Mitchell

Andrew "Sunbeam" Mitchell was a Memphis-based businessman. He owned various establishments on the Chitlin Circuit. Mitchell ran nightclubs for 40 years until selling off his holdings in the 1980s. In the 1940s, post-war Memphis became a hot spot ...

                                               

Julie J. Robertson

Julie Johnson Robertson is an American entrepreneur and businesswoman. She was the chairman, President and the chief executive officer of Noble Corporation one of the worlds largest offshore drilling companies. She is also an Independent Director ...

                                               

Oppenheim + Zebrak

Oppenheim + Zebrak is a United States law firm specializing in copyright infringement and anti-piracy. The firm was founded in 2011 by Matt Oppenheim and Scott Zebrak and is based in Tenleytown, Washington, DC.

                                               

Pipistrel Velis Electro

The Pipistrel Velis Electro is a Slovenian light aircraft, designed and produced by Pipistrel of Ajdovscina. The aircraft was type certified in June 2020 and intended primarily for the training aircraft role. The design is the first type certifie ...

                                               

Riviere du Moulin (Saint-Laurent-de-lIle dOrleans)

The Riviere du Moulin flows in the municipality of Saint-Laurent-de-lIle-dOrleans, in the LIle-dOrleans Regional County Municipality, in the administrative region of Capitale-Nationale, in the province of Quebec, in Canada. The lower part of this ...

                                               

Riviere de la Savane (ile dOrleans)

The Savane River flows in the municipality of Saint-François-de-lIle-dOrleans, in the LIle-dOrleans Regional County Municipality, in the administrative region of Capitale-Nationale, in the province of Quebec, in Canada. The lower part of this sma ...

                                               

Jonno Turner

Jonno Turner is a British digital creative, broadcaster, and author. Based in London, Turner works with some of the worlds biggest sports brands. In 2015, he published his book called So You Think You Know All About Football. He was also responsi ...

                                               

Swinton

Swinton, Scottish Borders Swinton, Ryedale, North Yorkshire Swinton, Glasgow Swinton, South Yorkshire Swinton, Harrogate, North Yorkshire Swinton, Greater Manchester

                                               

Shallow-water blackout

Shallow-water blackout refers to loss of consciousness during a dive associated with blackout at a shallow depth. The term is used for several different mechanisms, depending on context; therefore, this term may often lead to confusion. Rebreathe ...

                                               

Birmingham railway

Birmingham and Oxford Junction Railway Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Company Shrewsbury and Birmingham Railway Atlanta, Birmingham and Atlantic Railway London and Birmingham Railway Birmingham and Bristol Railway Birmingham and Gloucester ...