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Skywalk (disambiguation)

A skywalk is a type of pedestrian bridge Skywalk may also refer to: Skywalk band, a Canadian jazz fusion band SkyWalk, a covered walkway in Toronto, Canada Sydney Tower Skywalk, an observation deck in Sydney, Australia Grand Canyon Skywalk, a gla ...

                                               

Meet the Woo 2

Meet the Woo 2 is the second mixtape by American rapper Pop Smoke and the final one to be released during his lifetime. It was released by Victor Worldwide and Republic Records on February 7, 2020. It debuted at number seven on the US Billboard 2 ...

                                               

Keep Climbing

Keep Climbing is a song by Australian singer-songwriter Delta Goodrem, co-written by Goodrem with Matthew Copley and Sebastian Kole. It was released to streaming services on 14 May 2020 by Sony Music Australia as the lead single from Goodrems upc ...

                                               

Discovery Channel (disambiguation)

Discovery Channel Italy Discovery Channel Russia Discovery Channel Romania Discovery Channel Hungary Discovery Channel Flanders Discovery Channel Mexico Discovery Channel Germany Discovery Channel Norway Discovery Channel Denmark Discovery Channe ...

                                               

Bihar (disambiguation)

Bihar is a state in India. Bihar may also refer to: Places in India Bihar Province, former colonial province in British India Bihar Sharif, headquarters of Nalanda district, Bihar, India Bihar Subah, a Bihar-based Mughal imperial province Bihar R ...

                                               

West End Park

Kavanaugh Field, a former ballpark of the Little Rock Travelers of the Southern Association West End Park or West End Grounds, a former ballpark of the Milwaukee West Ends of the League Alliance Burns Park Detroit, a former ballpark of the Detroi ...

                                               

AMSA

AMSA or Amsa may refer to: Australian Maritime Safety Authority Advanced Math and Science Academy Charter School, a public charter school in Marlboro, Massachusetts Amsa Station, a subway station in Seoul, South Korea Advanced Manned Strategic Ai ...

                                               

Robert G. Ritter

Ritter is a graduate of Medical University of South Carolina College of Dental Medicine. He is known for his contributions in esthetic dentistry. He has written and published several articles on adhesive and cosmetic dentistry. He speaks and lect ...

                                               

Robert "Bob" Margeas

Margeas holds a degree in Dentistry from the University of Iowa College of Dentistry 1986. He also completed his AEGD residency in 1987. He is currently an adjunct professor in the department of Operative Dentistry at the University of Iowa.

                                               

Amit M. Patel

Dr. Patel has experience in periodontal treatment, dental implants and other areas of advanced cosmetic dentistry. He is the director of the ROOT Dental Hygiene Study Club and the director of a Dallas Seattle Study Club. Patel has carried out sev ...

                                               

Raymond J. Haigney II

Haigney began his career working at Charlotte’s main hospitals where he focused on facial plastic and reconstructive surgical procedures. He is the chief medical director at Lake Norman Oral & Facial Surgery and is known for treating facial traum ...

                                               

Bill Allen

Bill Allen may refer to: Bill Allen Canadian politician born 1946, politician from Saskatchewan, Canada Bill Allen actor born 1962, American film and television actor William McPherson Allen 1900–1985, CEO of Boeing Bill Allen businessman, born 1 ...

                                               

George Jenkins

George Jenkins may refer to: George Neil Jenkins 1914–2007, professor of oral physiology George C. Jenkins 1908–2007, American production designer George Jenkins Australian politician 1878–1957 George Jenkins soccer 1904–1985, Canadian soccer pla ...

                                               

Robert Stanton

Robert or Bob Stanton may refer to: Robert Stanton MP, member of the British parliament for Penryn UK Parliament constituency, 1824–1826 Robert Stanton architect 1900–1983, American architect Robert Brewster Stanton 1846–1922, United States civil ...

                                               

Heft

Heft or HEFT may refer to: Heft or Hefting, a term in sheep husbandry Heterogeneous Earliest Finish Time, a scheduling algorithm High-Energy Focusing Telescope, an experiment in X-ray astronomy Homestead Extension of Floridas Turnpike, a road in ...

                                               

Barbara Lee (disambiguation)

Barbara Lee, is a U.S. Representative from California. Barbara Lee may also refer to: Barbara F. Lee born 1945, American philanthropist Barbara Coombs Lee born 1947, American activist and president of Compassion & Choices Barbara Lee actress died ...

                                               

Jean-Claude Mailly

Jean-Claude Mailly is a French former trade union leader. Born in Bethune, Mailly grew up in Lens, then studied economic science in Lille. He found work with the National Health Insurance Fund. In 1974, he met Marc Blondel, a prominent figure Wor ...

                                               

Paul Manhart

Paul Ignatius Manhart was ordained a Jesuit priest of the Catholic Church and served in various capacities on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Rapid City. His entire priestly career was dedicated to ministering a ...

                                               

Bava Chelladurai

Bava Chelladurai is an Indian writer, storyteller, and actor. He is also an activist and is part of a jury that is against the murders of Dalits. Chelladurai also spoke up against the contstruction of a drainage pipe in Sonagiri Forest in Tiruvan ...

                                               

Florence Given

Florence Given is a British feminist queer illustrator and social activist, born in Plymouth and now based in London. She is known for her popular slogan designs which address social issues surrounding sexuality. She is the author of the 2020 boo ...

                                               

Children Act 1989 (Amendment) (Female Genital Mutilation) Act 2019

The Children Act 1989 Act 2019 is an Act of Parliament which amends the Children Act 1989 to change the designation of proceedings under the Female Genital Mutilation Act 2003 as "family proceedings".

                                               

Vallateen Virginia Dudley Abbington

Vallateen Virginia Dudley Abbington was an African American activist who sought to equalize teachers salaries in Louisville, Kentucky.

                                               

Philip LeDuc

Philip LeDuc is the William J. Brown Professor at Carnegie Mellon University and the Founding Director of its Center for the Mechanics and Engineering of Cellular Systems. He is in the department of Mechanical Engineering, but also has appointmen ...

                                               

Medicinicum Lech

The Medicinicum Lech is a public health event that has been held annually since 2014 in Lech am Arlberg in Vorarlberg. It is Vorarlbergs largest public health event. The concept is to invite researchers and other medical professionals to give lec ...

                                               

Jerome Gross

Jerome Gross.was an American biologist and member of the National Academy of Sciences. His research at Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts General Hospital in the 1950s helped launch the fields of collagen research. In 1969, Gross was pr ...

                                               

World Chagas Disease Day

World Chagas Disease Day is celebrated on April 14 to raise awareness around chagas disease. It was first celebrated on April 14, 2020 and was named after Carlos Ribeiro Justiniano Chagas, the Brazilian doctor who diagnosed the first case on 14 A ...

                                               

VMD

VMD may refer to: Versatile Multilayer Disc, a discontinued high-capacity optical disc technology The VMD degree Veterinariae Medicinae Doctoris is the equivalent of the DVM degree conferred by The University of Pennsylvania Virtual Microscopy Da ...

                                               

Helga (Elga) De Vries

Helga De Vries is a Dutch neuroimmunologist and a Full Professor in the Department of Molecular Cell Biology and Immunology at the Amsterdam University Medical Center in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. De Vries is a leader in the field of blood brain ...

                                               

Institut hospitalo-universitaire

The Instituts hospitalo-universitaires are medical training and research centers. They have been created by former French President Nicolas Sarkozy in 2009. The instituts hospitalo-universitaires are in partnership with universities, hospitals as ...

                                               

MedRxiv

Medrxiv is an Internet site distributing unpublished manuscripts about health sciences. It distributes complete, but unpublished manuscripts in the areas of medicine, clinical research, and related health sciences without charge to the reader. Su ...

                                               

Dar Jostejoye Aramesh

Dar Jostejoye Aramesh is a 2016-2017 Iranian TV series Drama directed by Saeed Soltani. The series has been made in 44 episodes. The series Dar Jostejoye Aramesh has been broadcast on the IRIB TV5 national television in Iran.

                                               

IGT

Image Guided Therapy, a research area about navigated medical interventions also see Computer-assisted interventions Insufficient Glandular Tissue, a term associated with low milk supply in breastfeeding Impaired glucose tolerance, a term associa ...

                                               

William Hall (virologist)

William W. Hall MD, PhD, is the chair of medical microbiology and professor emeritus at the Centre for Research in Infectious Diseases at University College Dublin. He is one of the founders of the Global Virus Network, along with Robert Gallo, M ...

                                               

Edinburgh Feeding Evaluation in Dementia Scale

The Edinburgh Feeding Evaluation in Dementia Scale is a psychometric screening tool to assess difficulty with self-feeding in older people with dementia. It was developed at The University of Edinburgh by Roger Watson and Ian Deary. The original ...

                                               

HIG

HIG may refer to: Human interface guidelines for software development High-Value Interrogation Group, of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation HLA Informatics Group, a medical research group Highett railway station, in Victoria, Austr ...

                                               

University College Hospital (disambiguation)

University College Hospital is a teaching hospital in London, England. University College Hospital may also refer to: UCH Macmillan Cancer Centre University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, the NHS foundation trust which includes UC ...

                                               

UMR

UMR may stand for: University of Missouri–Rolla, former name of the Missouri University of Science and Technology Unreal Media Ripper Underground Media Revolution, a music e-zine in Pakistan Ursula Maier-Rabler unite mixte de recherche, a French ...

                                               

Tariq Shafi

Dr. Shafi was the lead consultant for haematology at Darent Valley Hospital in Dartford. He routinely volunteered his time and spoke frequently at Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre in Pakistan. Dr. Shafi attended Cadet C ...

                                               

UKM (disambiguation)

UKM is an abbreviation for Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. UKM may also refer to: UKM-2000M, modernized version of the UKM-2013. 7.62mm UKM, a.300-caliber "wildcat" cartridge based on the.338 Lapua Magnum cartridge. UKM-2000, a Polish General Pur ...

                                               

VHB

VHB may refer to: Verband der Hochschullehrer fur Betriebswirtschaft e.V., the German Academic Association for Business Research Very high brightness monitor Vereinigte Huttwil-Bahnen, one of three Swiss railways that merged in 1997 to form Regio ...

                                               

Hilger

Hilger may refer to the following articles Places Hilger, Texas an unincorporated community in Fannin County, Texas Hilger, Montana, an unincorporated community in Fergus County, Montana, United States People with last name Hilger Rusty Hilger 19 ...

                                               

RNP

Ribonucleoprotein, a compound of ribonucleic acid and protein Registered nurse practitioner Ribonucleoprotein particle, intracellular compartments involved in post-transcriptional fate

                                               

Say Lie

Say Lie is a Sitcom television drama produced by TVB. It stars Roger Kwok, Shaun Tam, Grace Wong and David Chiang. Amy Wong Sum-wai serves as the producer.

                                               

Mary Moore

Mary Moore may refer to: Mary Moore voice actor, first national voice of the Bell Systems standardized speaking clock Mary Moore stage actress 1860–1931, English born actress, second wife of Sir Charles Wyndham Mary Moore Civil War nurse, Union n ...

                                               

RDN

RDN may refer to: Relative Distinguished Name, an identifier type in the LDAP internet protocol Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, a qualified dietician Registered Dental Nurse Radian Group NYSE stock symbol, an American mortgage insurance compan ...

                                               

Nurse plants

Nurse plants are trees that serve as protection to smaller plants. Xeric environments can experience extreme high temperatures and extreme low temperatures. In these environments, nurse plants provide shaded microhabitats for the survival of seve ...

                                               

Night nurse

Night Nurse album, or the title song, by Gregory Isaacs 1982 "Night Nurse" Cascada song 2011 Nightnurse, a 1990s English rock band "Night Nurse", a song by Dean & Britta from LAvventura 2003

                                               

Apna

Apna or APNA can mean: Apna Dal Association des professionnels navigants de laviation, French association of professional aviation aircrew APNA, Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association Apna New Zealand, a New Zealand television channel ...

                                               

Princess Lily

Princess Lily or variation, may refer to: princess lily Alstroemeria psittacina, ornamental lily flower from South America Princesses Lily or Princess Lillies or Lily Princesses Japanese: ひめゆり学徒隊, romanized: Himeyuri Gakutotai, Okinawa fem ...

                                               

Beroe

a city and former archbishopric of Ancient Thrace, now Stara Zagora in Bulgaria and a Latin Catholic titular see, which was founded under the name Beroe meaning iron and renamed to Augusta Trajana Battle of Beroia, fought at Beroe in 1122 between ...