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Quetzal (disambiguation)

Quetzal is a group of colourful birds of the trogon family found in the Americas. Quetzal sometimes spelled quezal may also refer to: The Resplendent Quetzal, a 1977 short-story by Margaret Atwood Resplendent quetzal, the best-known species Topil ...

                                               

HBR

Hull and Barnsley Railway, a defunct British railway Henley Beach Road in Adelaide, Australia Hudson Bay Railway 1910, a defunct Canadian railway Hudson Bay Railway 1997, a Canadian railway Hobart Municipal Airport, in Oklahoma, US

                                               

SS Godafoss

SS Godafoss was an Icelandic cargo ship that was torpedoed by the German submarine U-300 just off Reykjanes 4 nautical miles northwest of Gardur, Iceland, while she was travelling from New York, United States to Reykjavik, Iceland.

                                               

Reis

Portuguese real plural reis or reis, the former currency of Portugal Portuguese Indian rupia subdivided into reis, the currency of Portuguese India until 1958

                                               

Meso

Meso or mesos may refer to: Mesoamerica, Americas, or Native Americans. Meso compound, a stereochemical classification in chemistry Mesoscopic scale, an intermediate scale in physics between micro and nano Mesothelioma, a form of cancer Multiple ...

                                               

Citizens Alliance (disambiguation)

Citizens Alliance is a local anti-trade union groups united in October 1903 under the banner of the Citizens Industrial Association of America. Citizens Alliance is a common name of political and community organizations. Citizens Alliance may als ...

                                               

Parliamentary assistant

A parliamentary assistant is an unelected partisan member of staff employed by a Member of Parliament to assist them with their parliamentary duties. Parliamentary assistants usually work in their MPs constituency office or in their office at the ...

                                               

King of the Mountain

King of the Mountain board game, a 1980 board game King of the Hill game, a childhood game involving attempting to solely occupy the highest point on a raised platform or hill

                                               

King Orry

Several ships operated by the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company: SS King Orry 1913, a packet steamer that served until she was sunk during the Evacuation of Dunkirk in 1940 King Orry 1972, a roll on-roll off car and passenger ferry, launched in 19 ...

                                               

Orry

Peter Orry Larsen born 1989, Norwegian footballer Jean Orry 1652–1719, French economist and financial and governmental reformer Orry-Kelly 1897–1964, the professional name of Orry George Kelly, a prolific Hollywood costume designer Philibert Orry ...

                                               

Robert Johnston

Robert Johnston may refer to: Bob Johnston 1932–2015, American record producer Robert Johnston cricketer 1849–1897, Scottish-born New Zealand cricketer who played for Otago Robbie Johnston born 1967, long-distance runner Robert Johnston naval off ...

                                               

OIM

OIM may refer to: Oracle Identity Management, an identity-management infrastructure for products from Oracle Corporation OIM, IATA code for Oshima Airport, in the island of Izu Ōshima, Tokyo, Japan Online Identity Management A registered trademar ...

                                               

LVR

LVR can mean: Lyon Villeurbanne Rugby Las Vegas Raiders, an American football team in the NFL Loan to value ratio Longitudinal Video Recording Latvian rublis obsolete currency code Lietuvos vietine rinktine Lithuanian Territorial Defense Force La ...

                                               

MGF

MGF may stand for: Machine Gun Fellatio, an Australian alternative band Magnesium fluoride chemical formula MgF 2 Mechano growth factor, a peptide hormone produced in muscles in response to training, considered an isoform of IGF-1 Moment-generati ...

                                               

UIA

Uia is a locality in the Marquesas Islands. UIA can refer to: Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico United Israel Appeal Uganda Investment Authority Argentine Industrial Union Industrial Argentina International Union of Architects Union internatio ...

                                               

A. C. L. Ratwatte

Abeyratne Cudah Leonard Ratwatte, MBE was a Ceylonese politician. He was the Mayor of Kandy, Ceylons High Commissioner in Ghana and Ceylons High Commissioner to Malaysia. Abeyratne Cudah Leonard Ratwatte was born on 29 January 1909 the son of Sir ...

                                               

MVR

Marau language of Indonesian Papua, ISO 639-3 code Maldivian rufiyaa, Maldives currency, code IBM RPG II programming language "Move Remainder" operation code Salak Airport, Maroua, Far North Province, Cameroon

                                               

98th Illinois General Assembly

The 98th Illinois General Assembly convened on January 9, 2013, and adjourned sine die on January 13, 2015. Elected in 2012, it was the first General Assembly to reflect the new legislative districts enacted by the previous 97th Illinois General ...

                                               

Austin City Council

The Austin City Council is the unicameral legislature of the city of Austin, Texas. The mayor is included as a member of the council and presides over all council meetings and ceremonies, the current mayor of Austin is Steve Adler. The duty of th ...

                                               

MDL

MDL may mean: IATA airport code for Mandalay International Airport Mazagon Dock Limited, an Indian shipyard The extension for Valve Source and Source 2 game engines proprietary file format Multidistrict Litigation, US consolidation of complex lit ...

                                               

ACAP

ACAP may refer to: In conservation: Arctic Council Action Plan, an action plan to eliminate pollution in the Arctic Agreement on the Conservation of Albatrosses and Petrels, a legally binding international treaty signed in 2001 Annapurna Conserva ...

                                               

Money transfer

Money transfer generally refers to one of the following cashless modes of payment or payment systems: Wire transfer, an international expedited bank-to-bank funds transfer Electronic funds transfer, an umbrella term mostly used for bank card-base ...

                                               

Dram

Dynamic random-access memory, a type of electronic semiconductor memory Dram, Welsh term for a minecart, a small railway cargo truck used in a mine railway Dram unit, a unit of mass and volume, and an informal name for a small amount of liquor, e ...

                                               

NPR (disambiguation)

NPR is a media organization that serves as a national syndicator to most public radio stations in the US. NPR may also refer to:

                                               

Teku Hospital

Sukraraj Tropical and Infectious Disease Hospital, named after Shukraraj Shastri, commonly known as Teku Hospital, is a public hospital in Teku, Kathmandu. It is the only hospital in Nepal especially designated for the treatment of tropical and i ...

                                               

Latin American World Model

The Latin American World Model -Bariloche Model- is a mathematical and normative model, which was carried out by the Bariloche Foundation in Argentina between 1972 and 1975. This model set out to provide an alternative to Model III of the MIT –fi ...

                                               

Mary King

Mary King may refer to: Mary King political scientist, professor at the University of Peace, author and non-violence activist a.k.a. Mary E. King and Mary Elizabeth King Mary Kings Close Mary King, the white bride of African-American professor Wi ...

                                               

David Donaldson

David or Dave Donaldson may refer to: Dave Donaldson economist born 1978, Canadian economist, winner of John Bates Clark Medal Dave Donaldson footballer, born 1954, English football player with Millwall and Cambridge United Dave Donaldson footbal ...

                                               

John Weeks

John Weeks may refer to: John W. Weeks New Hampshire politician 1781–1853, U.S. Representative from New Hampshire John E. Weeks 1853–1949, U.S. Representative from Vermont, and Governor of Vermont John Weeks composer born 1934, British composer J ...

                                               

Ronald MacDonald

Ronald MacDonald may refer to: Ronald MacDonald, author, father of Philip MacDonald 1900–1980 Ronald Archibald Bosville-Macdonald, 6th Baron Macdonald 1853–1947, 6th Baron Macdonald Ronald MacDonald athlete 1874–1947, Canadian runner Ronald MacDo ...

                                               

Oban (disambiguation)

Oban is a town in Argyll, Scotland. Oban may also refer to: Oban Camanachd, a shinty team from Oban Oban River, part of the Clarence River catchment in northern New South Wales, Australia Oban and District, a Scottish bus-company, now part of Wes ...

                                               

Lesser African threadfin

The lesser African threadfin is a species of marine ray-finned fish, a threadfin from the family Polynemidae which is found in the eastern Atlantic Ocean off the western coast of Africa.

                                               

Chapman

Chapman Guitars, a guitar company established in 2009 by Rob Chapman Chapman & Hall, a former British publishing house Chapman University, an American private university in Orange County, California Chapmans, a Canadian ice cream and ice water pr ...

                                               

Climate change in Morocco

Like other countries in the MENA region, climate change is expected to significantly impact Morocco on multiple dimensions. As a coastal country with hot and arid climates, environmental impacts are likely to be wide and varied. Moreover, analysi ...

                                               

For 圓, 元, 円, or 원 see: Renminbi, the currency of Peoples Republic of China Chinese Yuan, the Chinese currency base unit New Taiwan dollar, the currency of Republic of China Japanese yen, the currency of Japan Korean yen, the currency of Korea ...

                                               

HNA

HNA Group, a Chinese conglomerate Hainan Airlines, a Chinese airline Harry N. Abrams, Inc., now Abrams Books, an American publisher Hilti North America, a building support and maintenance company High North Alliance Norwegian: Hoge Nord Alliansen ...

                                               

SV Illeri

Illeri was built as a brigantine for Tobiassen P. of Sandefjord, Norway and was completed in 1878. The ship was built to a length of 33.4 metres 110 ft, a beam of 8.1 metres 27 ft and a depth of 3.6 metres 12 ft, and had a gross tonnage of 236 GR ...

                                               

OMR

OMR may stand for: Galeria OMR, a gallery in Mexico City Outermost region, a region which is part of a European Union Member State, is situated outside of Europe and is fully part of the EU Omani rial, the ISO 4217 code for the currency of Oman O ...

                                               

PEN

PEN may refer to: Partido Ecologico Nacional National Ecological Party, former name of the Brazilian political party Patriota PATRI PEN Hong Kong PEN America, located in New York City PEN Canada, located in Toronto PEN International, the worldwid ...

                                               

Cruzeiro

Cruzeiro Oliveira de Azemeis, a locality in Oliveira de Azemeis Cruzeiro Olhalvo, a locality in Olhalvo, Alenquer

                                               

FRF

Faculty research fellow French franc French: Franc Français, the currency of France in use before the Euro Field Research Facility Francium Fluoride, a hypothetical fluoride of the highly radioactive element francium Frequency response function F ...

                                               

Gazeta

Gazeta may refer to: in Albania language newspapers, Gazeta Rilindja Demokratike, daily newspaper Gazeta Shqip, daily newspaper Gazeta 55, daily newspaper in Polish language newspapers, Gazetagazeta.com, a Polish language daily newspaper, publish ...

                                               

Sergey Sergeevich Boldyrev

Sergey was born on 10 th of May, 1991 in Moscow. At the age of 7 he started to take vocal lessons and at the age of 13 became engaged in music on a professional level, beginning making his own songs. In 2004, He has founded" The Shame” rock-band, ...

                                               

Central Corridor

Central Corridor can refer to the following: Central Corridor Rail Line, a proposed passenger rail line through Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Vermont an informal nickname for the office developments on Central Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona METRO Gre ...

                                               

Esperance

See also Esperance disambiguation Esperance is one of the two French words that can be translated into "hope", the other being "espoir". Whereas the latter is closer to the idea of "dream" or "fantasy" and corresponds to most of the common uses o ...

                                               

Treaty of Berlin

Treaty of Berlin may refer to: Treaty of Berlin 1921, between the United States and Germany Treaty of Berlin 1918, ended World War I between Germany and Finland Treaty of Berlin 1889, which recognized the independence of Samoa Treaty of Berlin 19 ...

                                               

KCS

Kanawha County Schools, West Virginia Kingsford Community School, an east London secondary school Kennet School, a state school in south east England Kings College School, an independent day school in south west London, England Kihei Charter Scho ...

                                               

UH

University of Hawaii University of Hertfordshire University of Helsinki University of Hasselt University of Huddersfield United Hospitals, medical schools in London, UK University of Hartford University of Heidelberg University of Houston Univers ...

                                               

International Bank

International Bank may refer to: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, an international financial institution belonging to the World Bank, formed in 1944 International Bank Liberia, a Liberian bank created in 1960 International B ...

                                               

Deqa Yasin

In 1991 she was involved in both womens empowerment and human rights as the Operations Manager for the IIDA Womens Development Organisation. Yasin came to notice as the Deputy Chair of the Federal Indirect Election Implementation Team FIEIT. She ...