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Biloxi (disambiguation)

Biloxi people, a historical indigenous people who lived along the Mississippi River Tunica-Biloxi the federally recognized tribe which includes the descendants of the original Biloxi tribe

                                               

Philadelphian

Philadelphian is most commonly used to describe someone who is from the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. List of people from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania "Philadelphian" may also refer to: a train operated by Amtrak as part of the Clocker servic ...

                                               

Picayune (disambiguation)

Picayune is an obsolete term for a coin of small value. Its meaning has been extended to the figurative sense of "trivial" or "of little value". Picayune may also refer to: Picayune, Mississippi, a city in the southern United States The Times-Pic ...

                                               

Shawnee (disambiguation)

In the United States Shawnee, Georgia Shawnee, Colorado Shawnee Mission, Kansas Shawnee County, Kansas Shawnee, Kansas Shawnee Field, an airport in Bloomfield, Indiana Shawnee, Oklahoma Fort Shawnee, Ohio Shawnee Falls, one of 24 named waterfalls ...

                                               

Stockton

Stockton, Missouri Stockton, Alabama Stockton, Minnesota Stockton, Maryland Stockton, Camden, a neighborhood in Camden, New Jersey Stockton, Kansas Stockton, Illinois Stockton, San Diego, a neighborhood in San Diego, California Stockton, New York ...

                                               

Roundabout (disambiguation)

A roundabout is a type of road junction at which traffic enters a stream around a central island after first giving way to the circulating traffic. Roundabout may also refer to:

                                               

Pullen (disambiguation)

Pullen or Pullens may refer to: Pullens, Virginia, USA Pullen Corner School, RI, USA Pullen Island Antarctica Pullens buildings, Victorian era tenement buildings in London, UK Pullens Lane, Oxford, UK Pullen Island South Australia Pullen Park Car ...

                                               

The Princess on a Pea

Based on the tales of Hans Christian Andersen. When the time came for the prince to get married, an announcement appeared on the gate of the palace: A princess is required. But the prince did not wait for the visit and set off in search of himsel ...

                                               

APRA

Australian Professional Rodeo Association Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum Ateneo Pontificio Regina Apostolorum, a University in Rome Australian Prudential Regulation Authority Legion of Ratu Adil, or Angkatan Perang Ratu Adil, a pro-Dutch ...

                                               

List of Scottish Rugby Union Presidents

List of Scottish Rugby Union Presidents is a list of people who have held the position of President of the Scottish Rugby Union and its predecessor the Scottish Football Union. There is a discrepancy on the current official list over SRU Presiden ...

                                               

Deepshikha Deshmukh

Deepshikha Deshmukh is an Indian Film Producer. She is the daughter of Indian Producer Vashu Bhagnani and Puja Bhagnani, sister of the Actor-Producer Jackky Bhagnani. She is married to Dhiraj Deshmukh.

                                               

Toorak

Toorak may refer to: Toorak Handicap, a thoroughbred horse race held in Melbourne Toorak, Victoria, an inner south-eastern suburb of Melbourne Toorak Park, Armadale, Victoria Toorak railway station, Melbourne Toorak College, Mount Eliza, approxim ...

                                               

Balarampur

Balrampur district, Chhattisgarh Balrampur district, in Uttar Pradesh Balrampur, a city in Uttar Pradesh Balrampur, Katihar Vidhan Sabha constituency in Katihar district, Bihar Balarampur, Purulia, a town in West Bengal Balarampur, Purulia Vidhan ...

                                               

Padampur

Padampur may refer to: Padampur, Rajasthan, a city in Sri Ganganagar district, Rajasthan, India Padampur, Nepal, a village development committee in Chitwan District, Nepal Padampur tehsil, in Sri Ganganar district, Rajasthan, India Padampur Odish ...

                                               

Sonepur

Sonepur or Sonapur may refer to: Sonapur, Assam Sonpur, Nepal Sonepur, Odisha, a town in Odisha, India Sonepur District, district in Odisha, India Sonpur, Bihar, town in Bihar, India Sonapur, Kosi Sonapur, Bheri Sonepur Odisha Vidhan Sabha consti ...

                                               

Rajapur

Rajapur, Nepal, a municipality in Bardiya District

                                               

Bagdah

Bagdah or Bagdaha may refer to: Bagdah, North 24 Parganas, a village under the Bagdah CD Block Bagdah community development block, a community development block in the state of West Bengal Bagdah Vidhan Sabha constituency, a Vidhan Sabha constitu ...

                                               

Coalition Council of Islamic Revolution Forces

Coalition Council of Islamic Revolution Forces is a conservative coalition of parties that endorsed a joint electoral list for 2020 Iranian legislative election. Reuters describes the coalition as the "biggest hardline group" in the elections, an ...

                                               

Toothbrush (Maalaala Mo Kaya)

Toothbrush is the fifth episode of the 24th season of the Filipino drama anthology series Maalaala Mo Kaya. Written by Rose Colindres and Arah Jell Badayos and directed by Raz de la Torre, it aired on ABS-CBN in the Philippines on February 6, 201 ...

                                               

Conservative Party 2019 General Election Campaign

The Conservative Party 2019 General Election Campaign was lead by Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson as the Leader of the Conservative Party. Johnson lead the campaign to victory and a result of 365 Conservative seats. This provid ...

                                               

Debate show

In the United States, Crossfire was a current events debate television program that aired from 1982 to 2005 on CNN. Crossballs: The Debate Show is a Comedy Central television show which poked fun at cable news networks political debate shows. The ...

                                               

8th Congress of the Ak Zhol Democratic Party

The 8th Congress of the Ak Zhol Democratic Party was held on 2 July 2011 in Astana. Azat Peruashev was unanimously elected by the 137 delegates to be the new partys chairman, succeeding Alikhan Baimenov who had previously held the post since 2005.

                                               

Friends of Hashemi

Friends of Hashemi was an electoral list for 2020 Iranian legislative election, which was announced by the Executives of Construction Party and subsequently endorsed by the Moderation and Development Party. In May 2019, Executives of Construction ...

                                               

2020 Chini by-election

The 2020 Chini by-election is a by-election held on 4 July 2020 for the Pahang State Legislative Assembly seat of Chini. It was called following the death of incumbent, Abu Bakar Harun on 7 May. The late Abu Bakar, a member from the United Malays ...

                                               

Foy Gadberry

Foy Bryan Gadberry is a Republican member of the Louisiana House of Representatives for District 15, which encompasses Calhoun, Claiborne, and parts of West Monroe. On January 8, 2020, Gadberry succeeded outgoing Republican Representative Frank H ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 7th Essex district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 7th Essex district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers the city of Salem in Essex County. Democrat Paul Tucker o ...

                                               

Herod Cobbina

Cobinna was born on 1 July 1956. He hails from Akontombra a town in the Western Region of Ghana. He obtained his ordinary level O-Level certificate in 1979 from Sefwi Wiawso Secondary School.

                                               

Yaw Owusu-Boateng

Yaw Owusu-Boateng is a Ghanaian politician and member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing the Asene/Akroso/Manso Constituency in the Eastern Region on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party.

                                               

Avinu

Avinu means "Our Father" in Hebrew. The term may also refer to: Avinu Malkenu - song on the Shangri-La Elkie Brooks album by Elkie Brooks Abraham Avinu Synagogue - located in Hebron, a spiritual center of the Jewish Community and a major center f ...

                                               

Election (disambiguation)

An election is a political process. Election may also refer to: Election TV series Election 2005 film, a Hong Kong action thriller directed by Johnnie To Predestination, a religious concept Election Christianity, a theological term Election novel ...

                                               

Anna Eastman

In 2009, Eastman ran for the District I seat on the Houston Independent School District board. With 41.73% of the vote, she advanced to the December 12 runoff election, which she narrowly won with 50.98% of the vote. She ran for re-election to th ...

                                               

Kyaw Min

Kyaw Min is a Burmese politician who currently serves as a minister of Security and Border Affairs for the Mandalay Region. He also serves as a member of Pyithu Hluttaw.

                                               

Than (politician)

Than is a Burmese politician who currently serves as incumbent Speaker of Sagaing Region Hluttaw and Sagaing Region Parliament MP for Katha Township No.1.

                                               

Aye Cho (politician)

Aye Cho is a Burmese politician who currently serves as a Amyotha Hluttaw MP for Bago Region No.9 Constituency. He is a member of the National League for Democracy.

                                               

Choice of Russia

Choice of Russia: Democratic Choice of Russia, a political party Choice of Russia electoral bloc, a bloc founded in 1993 and headed by Prime Minister Yegor Gaidar Democratic Choice of Russia – United Democrats, a bloc founded before Russian legis ...

                                               

2019 Balearic Island Council elections

The 2019 Balearic Island Council elections were held on Sunday, 26 May 2019, to elect the 11th Island Councils of Mallorca and Menorca and the 4th Island Councils of Formentera and Ibiza. All 76 seats in the four Island Councils were up for elect ...

                                               

Values Union

The Values Union is a faction within the Christian Democratic Union of Germany and the Christian Social Union in Bavaria, collectively known as the Union or the Union parties. It is known for advocating conservative and economically liberal polic ...

                                               

Wan Saiful Wan Jan

Wan Saifulruddin Wan Jan is the Chairman of the National Higher Education Fund Corporation appointed in 2018 to replace Dato Dr. Shamsul Anuar Nasarah of the Barisan Nasional after Pakatan Harapan formed the new government for the first time. Bef ...

                                               

Westminster Digital

Westminster Digital is a British social media agency which combines video production, data analysis and strategic communication. The firm was used by Boris Johnson during his successful leadership campaign in the 2019 Conservative Party leadershi ...

                                               

CLIC

CLIC can refer to: Chloride intracellular channel a type of chloride channel, e.g. CLIC1 CLIC Sargent, a cancer charity in the United Kingdom Community Leadership Independence Coalition, a party formed by Peter Lewis in the 2002 South Australian ...

                                               

Front Nacional de Catalunya (2013)

The National Front of Catalonia is a Catalan xenophobic and pro-independence political party, presented in 2013. It had a local councilor in Ripoll between 2019 and 2020. Their main ideological principles are Catalan nationalism and opposition to ...

                                               

Entesa

Entesa may refer to one of the following political parties or alliances: Entesa Catalana de Progres, electoral alliance of the PSC, ERC and ICV–EUiA for the 2000, 2004 and 2008 Spanish Senate elections in Catalonia. Esquerra Unida–LEntesa, electo ...

                                               

TCAP

Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program, a public school standardized testing program Transitional Colorado Assessment Program, a public school standardized testing program that replaced the Colorado Student Assessment Program

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 4th Middlesex district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 4th Middlesex district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers parts of Middlesex County and Worcester County. Democ ...

                                               

Plurality

Plurality may refer to: Plurality church governance, a type of Christian church polity in which decisions are made by a committee Plurality company, an Israeli semiconductor company Plurality-at-large voting or block voting, system for electing s ...

                                               

1923 Maryland gubernatorial election

The 1923 Maryland gubernatorial election was held on November 6, 1923. Incumbent Democrat Albert Ritchie defeated Republican nominee Alexander Armstrong with 55.97% of the vote.

                                               

1919 Maryland gubernatorial election

The 1919 Maryland gubernatorial election was held on November 4, 1919. Democratic nominee Albert Ritchie defeated Republican nominee Harry Nice with 49.06% of the vote.

                                               

2016 Oregon Secretary of State election

The 2016 Oregon Secretary of State election was held on November 8, 2016, to elect the Oregon Secretary of State. Incumbent Democratic Secretary of State Jeanne Atkins declined to seek election; she was appointed in March 2015 following Kate Brow ...

                                               

1960 South Dakota gubernatorial election

The 1960 South Dakota gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1960. Incumbent Democratic Governor Ralph Herseth was defeated by Republican nominee Archie M. Gubbrud, who won 50.73% of the vote.

                                               

1944 Kansas gubernatorial election

The 1944 Kansas gubernatorial election was held on November 7, 1944. Incumbent Republican Andrew Frank Schoeppel defeated Democratic nominee Robert S. Lemon with 65.73% of the vote.