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CFB Trenton

Canadian Forces Base Trenton, formerly RCAF Station Trenton, is a Canadian Forces base located within the city of Quinte West, Ontario. It is operated as an air force base by the Royal Canadian Air Force and is the hub for air transport operation ...

                                               

Tyendinaga (Mohawk) Airport

Tyendinaga Airport is a registered aerodrome that is open to the public and caters mainly to general aviation. The aerodrome is located in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, 3 nautical miles southwest of Tyendinaga, Ontario, Canada, north of the Bay of ...

                                               

CFB Uplands

Canadian Forces Base Uplands was a Canadian Forces Base located in Ottawa, Ontario. Most of the land which formed the base was transferred to the Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport after the base was closed in the 1990s. Several milit ...

                                               

Virden/R.J. (Bob) Andrew Field Regional Aerodrome

Virden/R.J. Andrew Field Regional Aerodrome, is located 1 nautical mile north of Virden, Manitoba, Canada. During World War II, Virden airport was home to No. 19 Elementary Flying Training School - part of the British Commonwealth Air Training Pl ...

                                               

RCAF Station Weyburn

The aerodrome was constructed in 1941 by the Royal Canadian Air Force as part of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan. The Station was home to No. 41 Service Flying Training School and during its operation graduated 1.055 pilots and recorde ...

                                               

Yorkton Municipal Airport

During World War II the Airport was operated as RCAF Station Yorkton and was home to No. 23 Elementary Flying Training School and No. 11 Service Flying Training School - both schools being a part of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan.

                                               

Civilian Police Assistance Training Team

The Civilian Police Assistance Training Team or CPATT is a multinational advisory team operating within the US-led coalition in Iraq to rebuild the Iraqi Police. Its officially stated mission is in cooperation with the Iraqi government, civilian ...

                                               

Multi-National Security Transition Command – Iraq

Multi-National Security Transition Command – Iraq was a training and organizational-support command of the United States Department of Defense. It was established in June 2004. It was the military formation of Multi-National Force – Iraq responsi ...

                                               

Thai Humanitarian Assistance Task Force 976 Thai-Iraq

The Task Force 976 Thai-Iraq is a military unit of the Royal Thai Armed Forces, it is currently a part of the Multi-National Force – Iraq The Mission unit is Peacekeeping Operation in Iraq, After the successful US invasion of Iraq, Thailand contr ...

                                               

Task Force Sinai

Task Force Sinai is the US regiment-sized element of the Multinational Force and Observers, the peacekeeping organization in place in the Sinai Peninsula since 1982. The Task Force commander is a US Army colonel, who also serves as the MFO Chief ...

                                               

Henry, Duke of Villena

Infante Henry of Aragon, 1st Duke of Villena, 4th Count of Alburquerque, Count of Ampurias, was the Grand Master of the Order of Santiago.

                                               

Mahe

China Mahe Township 马河乡, lit. "Horse Creek Village" in Li County in Gansu Estonia Mahe, a subdistrict of Tallinn, Estonia India Mahe district, one of the four districts of the Union Territory of Puducherry in India Mahe, Ladakh, a town in Lada ...

                                               

Roger de Giorgio

Roger de Giorgio was a Maltese architect and a member of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta and the Royal Historic Society.

                                               

Palazzo Malta

Palazzo Malta, officially named as the Magistral Palace, and also known as Palazzo di Malta or Palazzo dellOrdine di Malta, is the more important of the two headquarters of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, a Roman Catholic lay religious ord ...

                                               

Villa del Priorato di Malta

Villa del Priorato di Malta or Magistral Villa, located on the Aventine Hill in Rome, is one of the two institutional seats of the government of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta. Along with Magistral Palace, the estate is granted extraterrit ...

                                               

LGBT rights in Africa

With the exception of South Africa and Cape Verde, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights in Africa are limited in comparison to Western Europe and North America. Of the 54 States recognized by UN or the African Union or both, of the Inte ...

                                               

LGBT rights in Europe

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights are widely diverse in Europe per country. Sixteen out of the 28 countries that have legalised same-sex marriage worldwide are situated in Europe. A further twelve European countries have legalised ci ...

                                               

LGBT rights in Oceania

Oceania is, like other regions, quite diverse in its laws regarding homosexuality. This ranges from significant rights granted to the LGBT community in New Zealand, Australia, Guam, Hawaii, the Northern Mariana Islands, Wallis and Futuna, New Cal ...

                                               

Golrokh Ebrahimi Iraee

Golrokh Ebrahimi Iraee or Golrokh Iraee, born about 1980, is an Iranian writer, accountant and a human rights defender who advocates against the practice of stoning in Iran. She is currently A religious prisoner of conscious represented by Vice C ...

                                               

Radhya Al-Mutawakel

Radhya Al-Mutawakel is a human rights defender and the Yemeni co-founder and chairperson of Mwatana Organisation For Human Rights, an independent organisation working to defend and protect human rights in Yemen. Al-Mutawakel and Mwatanas recent w ...

                                               

Unnikulam

Unnikulam is a Gram Panchayat in Kozhikode district in the state of Kerala, India. It is further divided into two revenue villages, Unnikulam and Shivapuram.Unnikulam Online is the First Online News Portal From Unnikulam And second news portal is ...

                                               

Alathur

Alathur is a town and gram panchayat in the Palakkad District, state of Kerala, India. It is the headquarters of the Alathur Taluk and is situated at the south west end of the district 24 km from the district headquarters at Palakkad. Alathur Tal ...

                                               

Kavasseri

Kavassery is a gram panchayat in the Palakkad district, state of Kerala, India. It is a very local government organisation that serves the villages of Kavasseri-I and Kavasseri-II. Its postcode with 678543 in 678545.

                                               

Kizhakkancherry

Kizhakkancherry is a gram panchayat in the Palakkad district, state of Kerala, India. It is a local government organisation that serves the villages of Kizhakkencheri-I and Kizhakkencheri-II. It was formed in the year of 1951 and is the fourth la ...

                                               

Muthuthala

Muthuthala is a village and gram panchayat. It lies northwest of Pattambi in Palakkad district, of the state of Kerala, India. It is located on the banks of the Bharathapuzha River. The infrastructure of the panchayath is divided into Kodumunda a ...

                                               

Polpully

Polpully is a village and gram panchayat in Palakkad district in the state of Kerala, India. The village is located 10 km from Palghat town, and 5 km from Chittur. The spirit of Polpully is mix of young generation of people and vibrant culture.

                                               

Committee for Economic Development

The Committee for Economic Development of The Conference Board is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, business-led public policy organization. CEDs Trustees consist primarily of senior corporate executives from a range of U.S. industries and sectors. CEDs ...

                                               

The Scowcroft Group

The Scowcroft Group is an international business advisory firm managed by Brent Scowcroft, former National Security Advisor to U.S. President George H.W. Bush and Gerald Ford. The company claims regional expertise in Asia, Latin America, Africa, ...

                                               

TechCast Project

The TechCast Project uses collective intelligence to forecast emerging technologies, social trends and wild cards for planners and decision makers. Founded at George Washington University years ago, their website pools background data and the kno ...

                                               

Think Tank Row (Washington DC)

Think Tank Row designates the cluster of think tanks that are located on or around Massachusetts Avenue NW in Washington DC, between Thomas Circle and Dupont Circle. The expression is a reference to Millionaire Row and Embassy Row, past and prese ...

                                               

New Atlantic Initiative

The New Atlantic Initiative was an international nonpartisan organization dedicated to revitalizing and expanding the Atlantic community of democracies. NAI was based at the American Enterprise Institute, a Washington, DC-based think tank. The Ce ...

                                               

Presidents of the University of Alabama

The president of The University of Alabama is the universitys chief administrator, appointed by the board of trustees. The first to occupy the Presidents Mansion, on University Boulevard opposite the Quad, was Basil Manly, Sr., the universitys se ...

                                               

William J. Devlin

William J. Devlin was an American Catholic priest and Jesuit. Born in New York City, he spent many of his early years in Europe, where he was educated at Stonyhurst College in England. He entered the Society of Jesus in Maryland in 1893, and stud ...

                                               

Thomas I. Gasson

Thomas Ignatius Gasson was an American Catholic priest and Jesuit. Born in England, he emigrated to the United States at the age of 13, and was taken under the care of two Catholic women in Philadelphia, which led to his conversion to Catholicism ...

                                               

President of Bucknell University

Prior to 1851 Stephen William Taylor. (Стивен Уильям Тейлор) 1851-1857 Rev. Howard Malcom. (Преподобный Говард Малкольм) 1857-1858 Rev. George Ripley Bliss. 1871-1872 Rev. George Ripley Bliss. 1858-1879 Rev. Justin Rolph Loomis. 1879 Rev. Francis ...

                                               

Maurice Bernard Mitchell

Maurice Bernard Mitchell was inaugurated as the 13th chancellor of the University of Denver on October 20, 1967. Mitchell was a publishing executive and an educator. He had extensive experience in sales, broadcasting, editing, publishing, printin ...

                                               

Samuel A. Kirkpatrick

Kirkpatrick earned a bachelors degree in education from Shippensburg University and a masters and Ph.D. in political science from Pennsylvania State University. From 1970 until 1990, Kirkpatrick was a faculty member at various universities, event ...

                                               

List of presidents of Fordham University

The following is a list of the presidents of Fordham University, from its establishment as St. Johns College onward. From 1841 to 1846, the university was governed by the Archdiocese of New York, and was placed in the custody of the Society of Je ...

                                               

Edward C. Merrill Jr.

Edward C. Merrill Jr. was the Fourth President of Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. Under his administration from 1969 to 1983, the College made preparations for the expanded population of deaf students due to the Rubella epidemic in the 1 ...

                                               

C. Scott Green

C. Scott Green is an American academic administrator who has served as the 19th president of the University of Idaho since July 1, 2019. He has been characterized as a "non-traditional" choice for the role, as he does not have a doctorates degree ...

                                               

Kevin Satterlee

Satterlee was born in Priest River, Idaho, on March 4, 1968. Satterlee graduated from Priest River Lamanna High School, he received his bachelor’s degree in political science from Boise State University and his Juris Doctor from the University of ...

                                               

LeRoy D. Brown

Nevada became a state in 1864. Its constitution mandated the establishment of a state university with departments in agriculture, the mechanic arts, and mining, along with a state normal school for teacher training. The constitution specified tha ...

                                               

List of Leaders of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

The Leader of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, referred to as the chancellor, is the chief executive officer of the University. The chancellor is recommended by the universitys Board of Trustees and selected by the pres ...

                                               

Werner A. Baum

Werner A. Baum was the 2nd chancellor of University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee and the 7th president of University of Rhode Island. Before becoming President of the University of Rhode island, he was the Deputy administrator of the environmental revi ...

                                               

List of presidents of the Rochester Institute of Technology

M. Richard Rose 1979-1992. Carleton B. Gibson 1910-1916. John A. Randall 1922-1936. James F. Barker 1916-1919. Albert J. Simone 1992-2007. David C. Munson 2017 - Present. Mark W. Ellingson 1936-1969. William W. Destler 2007-2017. Paul A. Miller 1 ...

                                               

J. Charles Davey

J. Charles Davey was an American Catholic priest and Jesuit who became the President of Saint Josephs College in Philadelphia. Born in Brooklyn, New York, he was educated at St. Francis Xavier College in New York City, before entering the Society ...

                                               

Cornelius Gillespie

Cornelius Gillespie was an American Catholic priest and Jesuit who served as the president of Gonzaga College in Washington, D.C. and twice as president of Saint Josephs College in Philadelphia. He was the first head of Saint Josephs College to h ...

                                               

James A. Ward

James A. Ward was an American Catholic priest and Jesuit. He taught for many years at Georgetown and at the novitiate in Frederick, Maryland, of which he twice served as rector. He then became the vice president of Georgetown and was influential ...

                                               

President of Savannah State University

The President of Savannah State University is the chief operating officer of the university. The position is sometimes called the chancellor or rector, at other American colleges and universities.

                                               

John M. Milne

John M. Milne was the second head of the institution that is today the State University of New York at Geneseo. John Morgan Milne was born March 3, 1850, near Aberdeen, Scotland. His family came to America and settled near Holly, new York. Milne ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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