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Zephyr Surgical Implants

Zephyr Surgical Implants is a Swiss-based medical device manufacturer that produces and distributes artificial urinary sphincters and penile implants worldwide. ZSI products are used in the management of moderate-to-severe urinary incontinence in ...

Christiane Timmerman

Christiane Timmerman was a Belgian psychologist, anthropologist and migration expert. In 2006 she became the director of the Centre for Migration and Intercultural Studies, an interdisciplinary research centre at the University of Antwerp that co ...

Alum Sandra Ogwang Santa

Alum Sandra Ogwang is a Ugandan social scientist, politician and legislator. She represents the people of Oyam District as district Woman representative in the Parliament of Uganda. She is a member of the Uganda Peoples Congress, a party under th ...

Catherine Odora Hoppers

Catherine A. Odora Hoppers is a Ugandan-born Professor in Development Education in South Africa. She has worked in Sweden and now is based in South Africa.

Wanyange Girls School

Wanyange Girls School is a girls boarding government-aided secondary school on Nyange hill in the Jinja District of the Eastern Region, Uganda, founded in 1960.

Ne khovay ochey

Music video was released on the same day as the song, on the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, may 17, 2018. The clip was directed by Yuri Dijon, who has previously shot for Bilyk videos "Volshebniki" and "Ne pitay". ...

List of What Did You Eat Yesterday? characters

This is a list of characters in the manga and live-action drama series What Did You Eat Yesterday?. Daisaku Kohinata 小日向 大策 Portrayed by: Koji Yamamoto A colleague of Kayokos husband, who later befriends Shiro and Kenji. He is handsome and s ...

Brief But Spectacular

Brief But Spectacular is an interview series broadcast nationally in the U.S. as part of PBS NewsHour. The series was created in 2015 by Steve Goldbloom, who has interviewed more than 200 guests for the program. Brief But Spectacular is produced ...

Centre of People’s Movements

The Centre of People’s Movements or Popular Movements Central is a Brazilian left-wing social movement organization that articulate various social urban movements in their common and general struggles, such as housing, health, women, blacks, soli ...

Mithridates

Mithridates or Mithradates is the Hellenistic form of an Iranian theophoric name, meaning "given by the Mithra". Its Modern Persian form is Mehrdad. It may refer to:

VAG

VAG or vag may refer to: Vereinigte Astronomische Gesellschaft, United Astronomical Society Verkehrs-Aktiengesellschaft Nurnberg VAG or VAGN, the municipal transport company of the city of Nuremberg, Germany The Vancouver Art Gallery in Vancouver ...

Seafloor depth versus age

The depth of the seafloor on the flanks of a mid-ocean ridge is determined mainly by the age of the oceanic lithosphere; older seafloor is deeper. During seafloor spreading, lithosphere and mantle cooling, contraction, and isostatic adjustment wi ...

Xavi Simons

Born in Amsterdam, Simons is the son of former Dutch footballer Regillio Simons. Simons is of Surinamese descent through his father. Simons joined Barcelona in 2010, and quickly progressed to become one of the Catalan clubs most highly rated youn ...

Kareem Olamilekan

Olamilekan was born in 2009. He currently lives with his parent in Lagos and schools at the Ayowole Academy of Art. He started drawing at the age of 6. On 3 July 2018, in two hours, he drew a hyperrealistic portrait of French President Emmanuel M ...

Temitope Ogunsemo

Temitope Ogunsemo is a Nigerian technology entrepreneur, popularly known as the founder and CEO of Krystal Digital, an information technology company providing information management system to government-owned secondary schools in Nigeria. Temito ...

Akinwunmi Rhodes-Vivour

A son of the Fernandinos Garnet Vivour and Sarah Rhodes de Vivour, Akinwunmi Rhodes-Vivour was born on the 8th of July, 1910, in Lagos Island. He attended the Methodist church primary school and received his secondary school education at the Wesl ...

Alexandru Oancea (rugby union)

Alexandru-Claudiu Oancea is a Romanian rugby union footballer. He plays as a hooker for professional SuperLiga club Știința Baia Mare.

Firstbahn

The Firstbahn AG operates the Gondola ride from Grindelwald, Switzerland to First Schreckfeld via Bort and Schreckfeld. Each gondola can accommodate six people and it can transport 1.200 people per hour over the 5.226 meter distance, which takes ...

SPCC

South Piedmont Community College in the US state of North Carolina St. Philips Christian College in Waratah, Australia St. Pauls Co-educational College in Hong Kong St Peter Claver College in Riverview, Australia

Pravastatin or atorvastatin evaluation and infection therapy - thrombolysis in myocardial infarction 22

The Pravastatin or atorvastatin evaluation and infection therapy - thrombolysis in myocardial infarction 22, also known as PROVE-IT TIMI 22, was a randomized, double-blind, clinical trial that recruited 4.162 people admitted within 10 days of an ...

Zhang Wenhong

Zhang Wenhong is a Chinese doctor, and a member of the Communist Party of China. He is the Director and Secretary of the Party Branch of the Department of Infectious Diseases at Huashan Hospital affiliated to Shanghai Fudan University, and is als ...

Shang Hong

Shang Hong is a Chinese venereologist who specializes in HIV/AIDS. She has been vice-president of China Medical University and its First Affiliated Hospital. She is vice-president of Chinese Association of STD and AIDS Prevention and Control.

Exclusive economic zone of Indonesia

Indonesia has the 6th largest exclusive economic zone in the world with 6.159.032 km 2. It claims an EEZ of 200 nautical miles from its shores. This is due to the 13.466 islands of the Indonesian archipelago. It has the 3rd largest coastline of 5 ...

Huang Runqiu

Huang Runqiu is a Chinese geologist and politician currently serving as Minister of Ecology and Environment. He is the third minister from a non-Communist party since the reform and opening-up in late 1970s.

CCDC

CCDC may stand for: China Central Depository & Clearing Co., Ltd., based in Beijing, China Combat Capabilities Development Command The Cairo Contemporary Dance Center Catoctin Creek Distilling Company, a distillery based Virginia, United States T ...

French, Dixon & DeSaldern

French, Dixon & DeSaldern was a prominent New York architectural firm that operated from 1890 to 1893 that designed many historically significant public buildings in New York and New Jersey, as well as several remote parts of the country. In 1877 ...

The Violets (political party)

The members of the party see themselves as representatives of spiritual people. Accordingly, the "spirituality" occupies a central place in the partys views. In terms of content, it focuses on domestic issues, particularly in the areas of educati ...

DBV

dBv, dBV, or DBV may refer to: Deutscher Baseball und Softball Verband eV DBV, the Baseball Bundesliga, the elite competition for the sport of baseball in Germany. DBV, a type of pulsating white dwarf DBV, the IATA airport code for Dubrovnik Airp ...

VPN (disambiguation)

A VPN is a virtual private network. VPN may also refer to: Ventral posterior nucleus, part of the brain Vopnafjordur Airport, Iceland IATA code VPN Virtual private number, stored in a page table Vickers Pyramid Number, a rating of the Vickers har ...

London Protocol

London Protocol 1832, ratified and reiterated terms of Treaty of Constantinople Eight Articles of London 1814, secret protocol awarding the territory of modern Belgium and the Netherlands to William I of the Netherlands London Protocol 1828, stat ...

Waste management industry

Waste management industry, or waste industry for short, subsumes all industrial branches concerned with waste management, waste dumping, waste recycling and - to a lesser degree - waste prevention. In Germany alone, waste management has evolved i ...

Society for the Prevention of Useless Giving

The Society for the Prevention of Useless Giving was a campaign group in New York against pointless gifts at Christmas, and particularly against the exploitation of junior employees by their supervisors. It was founded in 1912 by the actress and ...

James Shepherd

James Shepherd may refer to: James Shepherd New Zealand cricketer 1892–1970, New Zealand cricketer James Shepherd Australian cricketer 1857–?, Australian cricketer James Shepherd biochemist born 1944, pioneer in the investigation of the causes, p ...

Select

MTV Select, a television program Select album, an album by Kim Wilde Select Live, New Zealands C4 music program Selects, Zakir Hussain album Select magazine, a British music magazine

ASO

Aso Rock, a large outcrop on the outskirts of Abuja, Nigeria Aso, Kumamoto, Japan Asō, Ibaraki, a former Japanese town located in Namegata District that is now part of the city of Namegata Aso river, a river in Italy Mount Aso, a mountain in Japan

ICPC

ICPC is an initialism which may refer to: Independent Corrupt Practices Commission, Nigeria International Classification of Primary Care, a medical classification method International Centre for the Prevention of Crime, Montreal, Canada Internati ...

PPA

Phenylpropanolamine Palpatio per anum, Latin medical term for a rectal examination Primary progressive aphasia Parahippocampal place area located within the parahippocampal gyrus

Sheikh Ibrahim

Sheikh Ibrahim or Shaikh Ibrahim may refer to: Sheikh Ibrahim Khaleel, Nigerian Islamic scholar Sheikh Ibrahim Shāh, Safaviyya Tariqa Shaykh during the period of 1429-1447, the father of famous Safaviyya Sheikh Junāyd and the great grand-father o ...

Krypton (disambiguation)

Krypton is a chemical element with symbol Kr and atomic number 36. Krypton may also refer to: Krypton comics, a fictional planet and the birthplace of Kal-El, better known as Superman Krypton TV series, a series for SyFy following Supermans grand ...

Equality Act

Equality Act may refer to: Promotion of Equality and Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act, 2000, commonly referred to as the Equality Act, an Act of Parliament of South Africa Equality Act United States, a bill in the United States Congress th ...

Neighborhood watch (disambiguation)

Neighborhood watch is a citizens organization devoted to crime prevention within a neighborhood. Neighborhood or Neighbourhood watch may also refer to: Neighbourhood Watch Katz play, a 2011 play written by Lally Katz "Neighborhood Watch" White Co ...

SPEW

SPEW may refer to: Spam Prevention Early Warning System, an anonymous service Socialist Party of England and Wales a Trotskyist political party in The United Kingdom Society for Promoting the Employment of Women, a British organisation founded in ...

Institute of Molecular Medicine

An Institute of Molecular Medicine, or IMM for short, may refer to a scientific research institution in molecular medicine: Norway Department of Cancer research and Molecular Medicine at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Portuga ...

ILP

Individual Learning Plan, a teaching methodology Inner Line Permit, a permission required for mainland Indian citizens to be able to travel into a restricted/protected state of North-East India Independent Living Program, a US Veteran Affairs pro ...

Rehaif v. United States

Rehaif v. United States was a case before the United States Supreme Court dealing with mens rea. The Court held that when a person is charged with possessing a gun while prohibited from doing so under 18 U.S.C. § 922, the prosecution must prove b ...

Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention

Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention/L’Association canadienne purl la prevention du suicide, incorporated in 1985, is a non-governmental organization which brings attention to the problem of suicide in Canada and advocates for services, re ...

Society for Prevention Research

The Society for Prevention Research was established in 1991 at a meeting of National Institute on Drug Abuse staff and prevention research center directors held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. By the following spring, it was incorporated as a non-pr ...

Ru

Ru 儒, a Chinese language term for Confucianism Ru ware, a type of Chinese pottery Ru surname 茹, a Chinese surname Rù 入, the entering tone in Chinese language phonetics Ru River 汝, in Henan, China

Classics (disambiguation)

Classics is the branch of humanities dealing with the ancient Mediterranean world. Classics or Classic may also refer to: Classics may also refer to the study of classical texts of Confucianism, the mainstay of study in ancient China, Korea, and ...

The Way

The Way, or Dō Way, of any number of spiritual and martial disciplines stemming from Japanese culture. The Way of the Buddha Dharma, or Buddhism The Way, or "Tao", of Taoism The Way of Shinto