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Part-time jobs in South Korea

Part-time jobs in South Korea refers to a short-term or temporary employment in South Korea. Part-time employees are considered non-regular workers, and their employee rights are protected by South Korean law. Usually, students and homemakers tak ...

                                               

Irmela BoSler

BoSler, daughter of the composer Kurt BoSler and the singer Ursula BoSler-Moericke, studied flute with professors Gertrud and Karlheinz Zoller at the Hochschule fur Musik und Theater Hamburg, where she graduated with distinction. A scholarship at ...

                                               

Paschim Jinnahgarh Nuria Alim Madrasah

The Madrasah was established in 1983 by Maulana Siddiqur Rahman of West Jinnagar. The name of the village is Jinnagar. On the other hand, the name of the founders mother is Nur Vanu, so he named his mother Nuria Dakhil Madrasah in West Jinnagar t ...

                                               

Behaidohor

Behaidohor is a village in Bangladesh, located in Nij Bahadurpur Union, Barlekha Upazila, Maulvibazar District. The Behaidohor Hafijia Madrasha is a notable educational institution here. The population of this village is 1.250 and consists mostly ...

                                               

Nur Uddin Gohorpuri

Nur Uddin Ahmed Gohorpuri was a Bengali religious scholar and teacher. He was notable for his association with Qawmi Madrasahs in Bangladesh as well as for having been the founder of Gohorpur Hussainia Madrasa.

                                               

Pacu (disambiguation)

Pacu or pacu is the common name of several South American fishes. Piaractus brachypomus, knows as pirapitinga or red-bellied pacu Piaractus mesopotamicus Parana River pacu, a South American ray-finned fish that is endemic to the Paraguay-Parana R ...

                                               

Jingshan

Jingshan may refer to the following locations: Jingshan Park 景山公园, in Beijing Beijing–Shanhaiguan railway, or Jingshan railway 京山铁路, railway from Beijing to Shanhaiguan, Hebei Beijing Jingshan School, in Beijing The Jing Mountains 荊山, H ...

                                               

Carl Adolf Martienssen

Born in Gustrow, Martiensen came from a large farming family, which apparently only immigrated to Mecklenburg in the generation of his father, the merchant Gottlieb Martienssen. Martienssen was a younger son of his parents, attended the Domschule ...

                                               

Jozsef Balogh (mathematician)

Balogh grew up in Morahalom and attended secondary school in Szeged at Sagvari Endre Gyakorlo Gimnazium a special school for mathematics. As a student, he won two silver medals in 1989 and 1990 at the International Mathematical Olympiad. He studi ...

                                               

Sri Venkateswara College (disambiguation)

Sri Venkateswara College is a constituent college of the University of Delhi. Sri Venkateswara College may refer to: Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering, Tirupati, an engineering college in Tirupati city, Andhra pradesh, India Sri Venkateswar ...

                                               

Kamla Rai College

Kamla Rai College is a degree college in Gopalganj, Bihar, India. It is a constituent unit of Jai Prakash University. The college offers intermediate, three years degree course and post graduate degree in arts and science.

                                               

191st Massachusetts General Court (2019–2020)

The 191st Massachusetts General Court is the current meeting of the legislative branch of the state government of Massachusetts, composed of the Senate and the House of Representatives. It convened in Boston at the Massachusetts State House, on J ...

                                               

Malandighi

Malandighi is a village and a gram panchayat in Kanksa CD block in the Durgapur subdivision of the Paschim Bardhaman district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

                                               

List of Indonesian condiments

Sambal matah – raw shallot and lemongrass sambal. It contains a lot of finely chopped shallots, chopped birds eye chili, lemongrass, cooking oil with a dash of lime juice. Sambal tumpang – sambal made from the mixture of chili pepper, other spice ...

                                               

Health Protection (Coronavirus, Wearing of Face Coverings on Public Transport) (England) Regulations 2020

The Health Protection Regulations 2020 is a statutory instrument brought into force on 15 June 2020 by the Secretary of State for Transport, Grant Shapps, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It requires the wearing of a face covering when trave ...

                                               

Liz Breadon

Elizabeth A. Breadon is a Democratic member of the Boston City Council who serves the Allston and Brighton neighborhoods of Boston, Massachusetts. She is a Northern Ireland immigrant, physical therapist and the first openly LGBTQ woman elected to ...

                                               

Cesina

Cesina surname, a family name including a list of persons with the name As a name, derived from Cesira, or Cesara from Cesare: Cesina Bermudes 1908–2001, Portuguese obstetrician

                                               

M294

M294 or M-294 may refer to: the fiscal code for Bellizzi, a town and comune in the province of Salerno in the Campania region of south-western Italy a mutation of the haplogroup CT of Y-DNA in human genetics M-294 Michigan highway, a state trunkl ...

                                               

Anthony Bianchi

Anthony Bianchi is a Japanese politician, who was a United States citizen with Italian descent and naturalized in Japan in 2002. He is a city councillor of Inuyama, Aichi, and the chairman of Inuyama City Council from 2017 to 2019. He is the firs ...

                                               

Abdullah Mubarak Al-Sabah

Sheikh Abdullah Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah was born on 23 August 1914. He was the youngest son of the founder of the modern state of Kuwait Sheikh Mubarak Al-Kabir" Mubarak the Great”.

                                               

Ulbert Ulama Tugung

Ulbert Ulama" Bob” Tugung was a Filipino teacher, newsman, technocrat, civic leader, lawmaker, and politician. He served as Chairman of the Lupong Tagapagpaganap ng Pook of Autonomous Region IX in Mindanao from 1979 until his assassination in 1986.

                                               

Malgorzata Manowska

Malgorzata Manowska is a Polish academician and jurist who serves as the First President of the Supreme Court and as the Chief Justice of the State Tribunal. She is a past Dean of the National College of the Judiciary and a former Deputy Minister ...

                                               

Alexander Peterkin

Peterkin was born in Macduff in Banffshire, where his father, William Peterkin, was parish minister. His father was translated to Leadhills, Lanarkshire, in 1785, and in 1787 to Ecclesmachan, West Lothian, where he died in 1792. Alexanders educat ...

                                               

Deas

Deas or DEAS may refer to: Deas Island, a river island in British Columbia, Canada Department of East Asian Studies at the University of Cambridge Deas Vail, an American rock band Deas surname, a Scottish surname originating in Fife Harvard Schoo ...

                                               

Emilijan Josimovic

Emilijan Josimovic was a Serbian urban planner who designed the first urban plan of Belgrade at the same time as Cerdà in Barcelona and Georges-Eugene Haussmann in Paris from 1853 until 1870. Josimovic was arguably the first modern Serbian urbani ...

                                               

Gavrilo Popovic

Gavrilo Popovic or Bishop Gavrilo was Bishop of Sabac, Rector of Lyceum and the catechist of Belgrade.

                                               

St. Norbert (disambiguation)

St. Norbert refers to Norbert of Xanten, saint and founder of the Norbertine or Premonstratensian order, and may also refer to: Saint-Norbert, Quebec, a parish municipality in Canada St. Norbert, Manitoba, the area of Winnipeg in roughly the same ...

                                               

Wu I-ding

Wu I-ding, also romanized Wu Yi-ting is a Taiwanese politician. She was elected to the Legislative Yuan in 2020.

                                               

Giovinella Gonthier

Gonthier was born in Dar es Salaam, Tanganyika to parents originally from the Seychelles. She graduated from Arusha Secondary School in 1968, Wheaton College Massachusetts Class of 1972, history major and the Harvard Graduate School of Education ...

                                               

Volkov Vsevolod Vladyslavovych

Vsevolod Vladyslavovych Volkov is a Ukrainian programmer. Graduated from the Faculty of Electronic Engineering of Kyiv Polytechnic Institute 1993 with a degree in "Industrial Electronics". Lives in Kiev. In 1991, he wrote the program "Volkov Comm ...

                                               

Sabina Aliyeva

Sabina Yashar gizi Aliyeva, is an Azerbaijani civil servant, the Commissioner for Human Rights of the Azerbaijan Republic.

                                               

Marjorie Bradford Melville

Margarita Melville, is a Mexican-born American anti-war activist, and retired university professor and associate dean. Melvilles advocacy for Guatemala led her and her husband to join the group known as the Catonsville Nine.

                                               

Rocky Branch

Rocky Branch or Rockybranch may refer to: Streams Rocky Branch Panther Creek, a stream in Missouri Rocky Branch Burris Fork, a stream in Missouri Rocky Branch Kennedy Creek, a stream in Kentucky Rocky Branch New Hampshire, a stream in New Hampshi ...

                                               

Dan M. Lee

Daniel McKinnon Lee Sr. was a Justice of the Supreme Court of Mississippi from 1981 to 1998, serving as Chief Justice from 1995 to 1998.

                                               

Lee Merritt

S. Lee Merritt, Esq., born Stacy Sylvester Lee Merritt, is an American civil rights lawyer and activist, most known for his work on racial justice issues.

                                               

Doug Haines

A native of Athens, Georgia, Haines is the son of a teacher and businessman. He has two siblings, including a twin sister. Haines earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from the University of Wyoming and a Juris Doctor from the Uni ...

                                               

Middlebury

Middlebury may refer to: In education: Middlebury College, a private liberal-arts college in Middlebury, Vermont Towns: Middlebury, Ohio Middlebury, Vermont Middlebury, Illinois Middlebury, Connecticut Middlebury, Indiana Middlebury, New York Tow ...

                                               

Dike-New Hartford Community School District

Dike-New Hartford Community School District is a school district headquartered in Dike, Iowa. The district is mostly in Grundy and Butler counties, with sections in Black Hawk County. It serves Dike, New Hartford, and Stout. It was established on ...

                                               

Twin Rivers Community School District

Twin Rivers Community School District is an elementary school district headquartered in Bode, Iowa. The district is mostly in Humboldt County with a section in Kossuth County. The district serves Bode, Livermore, and Ottosen.

                                               

South OBrien Community School District

South OBrien Community School District is a school district headquartered in Paullina, Iowa. Its junior and senior high school is also in Paullina, while the preschool through elementary school is in Primghar. It is mostly in OBrien County, with ...

                                               

Paul Leche

Paul Leche was a Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court from 1917 to 1919, and again from 1923 to 1925, the first time by appointment to fill the unexpired term of another justice, and the second time in a temporary seat to address an excessive c ...

                                               

Lorenzo T. Durand

Lorenzo T. Durand was born in Morehouseville, New York on December 9, 1849 to parents George H. Durand and Margret McMillan. George was of English descent and Margret was of Scottish descent. In 1858, the family moved to Genesee County, Michigan, ...

                                               

Alamogordo (disambiguation)

New Mexico State University Alamogordo, a 2-year community college Alamogordo Public Schools, the school system for an area of Otero County Alamogordo High School, a high school in Otero County, New Mexico

                                               

Kevin Makely

Makely was a 1992 graduate of Roy C. Ketcham High School in Poughkeepsie in Dutchess County, New York State. He was raised by his mother, Joan, and has one brother, Jason. Makely got into bodybuilding at a young age. He worked as a bouncer in his ...

                                               

2020 Utah elections

Utah state elections in 2020 will be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Aside from its presidential primaries held on March 3, its primary elections will be held on June 30, 2020. In addition to the U.S. presidential race, Utah voters will elect ...

                                               

John Barsa

John Barsa is an American businessman and government official and political candidate serving as the Acting Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development. Barsa was nominated to the role in April 2020 after the resignati ...

                                               

Residential curriculum

A residential curriculum is a framework used to create and facilitate learning opportunities and programs that happen outside the classroom in university and college residence spaces. In 1996 at the Student Learning Institute held in Harrisonburg ...

                                               

Fayette County Schools (West Virginia)

Fayette County Schools is under the supervision of the elected Fayette County Board of Education, made up of the following members, Marion Tanner Gary Ray Darrin McGuffin Stephen G. Slockett, Vice President James P. Gray, President

                                               

Chris Corry

Chris Corry is an American politician and businessman serving as a member of the Washington House of Representatives from the 14th district, which includes portions of Yakima County, Washington.

                                               

Mwb

MyWikiBiz, a wiki directory Ministries without borders, an association of evangelical churches. Metropolitan Water Board London MalWareBytes software Made by Malwarebytes Corporation Musicians without Borders, global education and welfare organiz ...