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United High School

United High School may refer to: Beaumont United High School in Beaumont, Texas United Senior High School Illinois in Monmouth, Illinois - sometimes still labeled as "United Junior/Senior High School" United Junior/Senior High School Pennsylvania ...

                                               

Christian Heritage School

Christian Heritage School is the name of several schools in the United States: Christian Heritage School Dalton, Georgia, in Dalton, Georgia Christian Heritage School Longview, Texas, in Longview, Texas Christian Heritage School Steamboat Springs ...

                                               

Emory

Emory, Texas Emory, California Emory crater, a crater in the Taurus–Littrow valley of Earths valley Emory-Meadow View, Virginia Emory Caldera Emory River Emory Creek Provincial Park Emory L. Bennett Causeway Emory Peak Little Emory River

                                               

Agnes Winifred "Winnie” McLaughlin

McLaughlin was born in Coos County, New Hampshire, on April 15, 1882, and she was raised in Lancaster, New Hampshire. McLaughlin graduated from Lancaster Academy in 1901, where she distinguished herself in debate and public speaking. As a result, ...

                                               

SBX

SBX may refer to: sbX, a bus rapid transit service in San Bernardino County, California, U.S. South Bay Expressway, a toll road in San Diego County, California, U.S. Student book exchange, a book swapping or textbook exchange service provided by ...

                                               

Wallace Community College (disambiguation)

Wallace Community College may refer to: Wallace Community College formally George C. Wallace State Community College, in Dothan, Alabama, with a satellite campus in Eufaula, founded in 1947 Wallace Community College Selma formally George Corley W ...

                                               

National Defense Academy (Georgia)

The David Aghmashenebeli National Defense Academy also known commonly as the ETA is the main military institution for the educational training of senior officers in the Defense Forces of Georgia. It is a legal entity under the Ministry of Defense ...

                                               

Anderson Hall

by state Anderson Hall Gainesville, Florida, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP Anderson Hall Manhattan, Kansas, administration building of Kansas State University, listed on the NRHP L. C. Anderson Hall, Prairie View, Texas, ...

                                               

College Avenue

College Avenue may refer to: College Avenue Gymnasium, at Rutgers University College Avenue Campus, the oldest campus of Rutgers University–New Brunswick in New Brunswick, New Jersey College Avenue station Illinois, in Wheaton, Illinois College A ...

                                               

Joe Capua

Joseph Louis Capua was an American college basketball player who was an All-American at the University of Wyoming known for his small stature and prolific scoring ability. Capua played high school basketball for Lew Wallace High School in Gary, I ...

                                               

1963 Holy Cross Crusaders football team

The 1963 Holy Cross Crusaders football team was an American football team that represented the College of the Holy Cross as an independent during the 1963 NCAA University Division football season. Eddie Anderson returned for the 14th consecutive ...

                                               

SCCP

South Carolina College of Pharmacy. Short-chained chlorinated paraffins Sport Club Corinthians Paulista Signalling Connection Control Part, from ITU-T recommendation Q.713, is the network protocol for Signalling System 7 networks. Skinny Client C ...

                                               

Antioch Colony, Texas

Antioch Colony was founded by former slaves in 1870. About a dozen families purchased land from Joseph F. Rowley and established a farming community, raising cows and horses, and planting corn, sugarcane and cotton. In 1874, Elias and Clarisa Bun ...

                                               

Gregory F. Ball

Gregory Francis Ball is an American psychologist and Dean of the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences at the University of Maryland, College Park. He was previously a faculty member at Johns Hopkins University, where his positions included V ...

                                               

Woodland Hills

Woodland Hills is the name of various communities in the United States, including: Woodland Hills, a neighborhood in Atlanta, Georgia Woodland Hills, Cleveland, a neighborhood on the east side of Cleveland, Ohio. Woodland Hills, Kentucky, a city ...

                                               

Lincoln County School District

Lincoln County School District, Lincoln County Schools, and variants are the names shared by several school districts in the United States: Lincoln County School District Mississippi Lincoln County Schools North Carolina Lincoln County School Dis ...

                                               

NHHS

NHHS may refer to: New Hope High School - New Hope, Alabama New Hope High School - Columbus, Mississippi New Horizons High School - Delta Junction, Alaska North Hollywood High School - North Hollywood, California North Hagerstown High School - Ha ...

                                               

Richard West (cricketer, born 1916)

Richard West was an English first-class cricketer. West was born in April 1916 at Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire. He was educated at Rugby School, before going up to Brasenose College, Oxford. While studying at Oxford, he played first-class cricket f ...

                                               

Winston Cowie

Winston Cowie is the Manager of Marine Policy at the Environment Agency Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. He is a film director, New Zealand author of discovery history and the New Zealand Land Wars, has represented the United Arab Emirates at int ...

                                               

Yasmine Ryan

Yasmine Ryan was a print, television and multimedia journalist from New Zealand. She was involved in covering the Arab Spring for Al Jazeera English. Ryan also created documentaries.

                                               

Leickness Simbayi

Leickness Chisamu Simbayi is a South African research psychologist and professor. He is the current Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Research of the Human Sciences Research Council where he studies the social aspects of STIs and HIV/AIDS. In 20 ...

                                               

Anton Teuma

Anton Teuma was born in Xaghra, Gozo, Malta, on 11 January 1964. After secondary school at the diocesan minor seminary, he completed his studies in philosophy and theology at the major seminary in Gozo. He also worked in Australia and earned lice ...

                                               

Wilbur Trosch

Wilbur R. Trosch was an American basketball player and coach. He excelled in both academics and athletics at Clairton High School in his hometown of Clairton, Pennsylvania, and earned a scholarship to play college basketball for the Saint Francis ...

                                               

Hangzhou No. 4 High School

Hangzhou No. 4 High School is a coeducational public secondary school in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China. It was founded in 1899 as one of the earliest-founded public high school in Hangzhou.

                                               

Liu Aiqin

Liu Aiqin was the oldest daughter of former Chinese president Liu Shaoqi. She had a difficult time due to the regime of her father. She has been tortured, losing teeth. Her brother committed suicide. It has been said that she has been crying for ...

                                               

Carl Wilhelm von Sydow

Carl Wilhelm von Sydow was a Swedish folklore scholar. A professor at Lund University, he was a pioneer of folklore studies in Sweden and contributed to establishing systematic methods in the field.

                                               

Graeme Dunphy

Dunphy was born in Glasgow in 1961. He studied German at Stirling between 1979 and 1984, and Hebrew and Old Testament at the University of St Andrews between 1984 and 1987. He completed his PhD in medieval German literature in 1998.

                                               

Avraham Rinat

Avraham S. Rinat-Reiner is a Dutch-Israeli theoretical physicist who worked as professor at the Weizmann Institute of Science. Rinat was born in Amsterdam. During his childhood he was friends with Anne Frank. During World War II Rinat went into h ...

                                               

Jakub Polaczyk

Jakub Polaczyk, is a Polish composer and pianist based in New York City. Winner of the American Prize in Composition 2020 and Iron Composer 2013. Graduated from the Academy of Music in Krakow, Jagiellonian University and Carnegie Mellon Universit ...

                                               

Paul Becquerel

Paul Becquerel was a French biologist who studied seeds, their metabolism, and viability. He was a nephew of the physicist Henri Becquerel and taught at the Faculty of Sciences in Nancy and at the University of Poitiers. Becquerel was the son of ...

                                               

Erich Angermann

Angermann was born in 1927 as the son of an elementary school teacher in Chemnitz. He attended the humanistic Maximiliansgymnasium Munchen. From 1947 he studied history, German and English language and literature at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Univers ...

                                               

Ulrich Muhlack

Born in Konigsberg, From 1960 to 1965 Muhlack studied history and Latin at the Goethe University Frankfurt and the University of Gottingen. In 1965 he passed the first Staatsexamen for the teaching profession at grammar schools. The following yea ...

                                               

Wulf Raeck

Wulf Raeck studied at the University of Bonn, Hamburg University, and the University of Gottingen. His areas of study were classical archaeology, ancient history, classical philology, and art history. His doctoral dissertation, 1980 published 198 ...

                                               

Sigrid Jahns

Sigrid Jahns is a German historian. Until 2009 she was professor of early modern history at the Department of History of the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.

                                               

Notker Hammerstein

Notker Hammerstein is a German historian. His research interests are mainly in the field of University history and history of science as well as the history of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation.

                                               

Winfried Scharlau

Scharlau received his doctorate in 1967 from the University of Bonn. His doctoral thesis Quadratische Formen und Galois-Cohomologie Quadratic Forms and Galois Cohomology was supervised by Friedrich Hirzebruch. Scharlau was at the Institute for Ad ...

                                               

Introduction to the heaviest elements

This is a short introduction for articles on individual elements. For a longer and more detailed introduction, see Superheavy element#Introduction. The heaviest atomic nuclei are created in nuclear reactions that combines two other nuclei of uneq ...

                                               

Felix Ameka

Felix Ameka is a linguist working on the intersection of grammar, meaning and culture. His empirical specialisation is on West-African languages. He is currently senior university lecturer at Leiden University and teaches in the departments of Li ...

                                               

Ivan Stoilkovic

Ivan Stoilkovic is a politician in North Macedonia from the countrys Serbian minority. He is the president of the Democratic Party of Serbs in Macedonia and a member of the Assembly of North Macedonia.

                                               

Production and Operations Management Society

The Production and Operations Management Society is an international professional society for academics and practitioners with interests in production operations, operations management, and supply chain management. The society was established in ...

                                               

Management and Business Review

Management and Business Review is a peer-review journal for executives and managers that disseminate knowledge for advancing management and business practices. The primary goal of MBR journal is to merge academic research with management practice ...

                                               

Bartol Research Institute

The Bartol Research Institute is a scientific research institution at the Department of Physics and Astronomy of the University of Delaware. Its members belong to the faculty of the University of Delaware and perform research in areas such as Ast ...

                                               

Joanne Morris

Morris was a law lecturer at Victoria University of Wellington and was appointed to the Waitangi Tribunal in 1989. During her career she served as chair of the Commission of Inquiry into Pornography, which reported to the government in 1989. In t ...

                                               

Gillian Ramchand

Gillian Ramchand is a linguist and Professor of Linguistics at the University of Tromso, Norway. Since 2017 she has been President of Generative Linguistics in the Old World.

                                               

Elisio de Moura

Elisio de Moura Azevedo was born in Braga Coimbra, was a physician and professor Portuguese psychiatrist and first president of the College of Physicians in 1939.

                                               

Igor Larrosa

Igor Guerrero Larrosa is a Spanish chemist and a Professor in the Department of Chemistry at The University of Manchester. His research in general is based on organic chemistry and inorganic chemistry, specifically on the areas of inorganic catal ...

                                               

Moon Jeong-bog

Moon Jeong-bog is a South Korean politician currently representing Siheung at the National Assembly. Moon previously represented Siheung in Gyeonggido Assembly similar to Seoul Metropolitan Council but deals with Gyeonggi Province twice from 2012 ...

                                               

Indira Alfonzo

Indira Maira Alfonzo Izaguirre is a Venezuelan judge who until May 2020 served as the first vice president of the Supreme Tribunal of Justice of Venezuela and as president of the Electoral Chamber. In June 2020, she sworn in as chief rector and p ...

                                               

Cambridge Zero

Cambridge Zero is Cambridge Universitys response to the climate crisis. Led by Dr Emily Shuckburgh OBE, a climate scientist, mathematician and science communicator, it is an interdisciplinary and collaborative initiative created "to harness the f ...

                                               

Poonia

Poonia is a clan of Jats. Notable people who bear the surname and may or may not be associated with the clan include: Jai Narayan Poonia, Indian politician Savita Punia, Indian field hockey player Krishna Poonia, Indian discus thrower Surendra Po ...