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…Ọlagunsoye Oyinlọla, alias Omoba, (born February 3, 1951) became governor of Osun State in Nigeria in May 2003, and was reelected in 2007. He was a member of the ruling People’s Democratic Party (PDP).On 26 November 2010 a court of appeals nullified his election. He later defected to the APC shortly before the 2014 Osun State governorship election.

…Šarić has worked as a court reporter for the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN), the Association of Court Reporters in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Institute for War and Peace Reporting (IWPR). While with the IWPR from 2008…

…Þórarinn Skeggjason was an 11th-century Icelandic skald. According to Skáldatal, he was a court poet of the Norwegian king Harald Hardrada. He composed a drápa on the king. Only one half-stanza of it has been preserved in the kings’ sagas.

…Þjóðólfr Arnórsson was an 11th-century Icelandic skáld, who spent his career as a court poet to the Norwegian kings Magnus the Good and Harald Hardrada and is thought to have died with the latter at the Battle of Stamford Bridge in 1066.

Istambul under best tutors of his time and received an excellent education. His first civil servant position was that of a court secretary in Bursa. There he was also a trustee of a vakif. He returned to Istambul in 1546. There he obtained a…

… commit themselves to a long term financial contribution to the museum. Such funds are the result of a court decision regarding compensation after rivers in Lapland have been exploited for electric power generation. The Swedish government…

Zoffany was in Italy on a mission by the English Royal Family to paint the Tribuna. Zoffany lost his role as a court painter due to including figures in this commission. Reputedly Cowper was thought acceptable but the others were considered unnecessary.

… 1732, he was denounced by a court rival in 1734 or 1735, was stripped of his property and imprisoned. Pardoned in 1739, he lectured on cameralism at the University of Leipzig from 1740 to 1745, and began to publish a periodical on economics,…

Ziguélé was initially barred from running in the 2005 presidential election, along with six other candidates, by a court ruling on December 30, 2004. He was subsequently reinstated as a candidate by Bozizé, along with two other candidates,…

Zia Rahman is a citizen of Afghanistan held in extrajudicial detention in the United States’ Bagram Theater Internment Facility. On January 15, 2010, the Department of Defense complied with a court order and published a list of Captives…

Zhan Zhao (Andy Lau) is a court officer who learns of a plot to assassinate Judge Bao (Anthony Wong). While on holiday he meets a young man named Bai (Cecilia Cheung) who turns out to be a woman. Zhan Zhao tries to recruit Bai to help him stop the assassination of Judge Bao.

… in 1566, was a castellan of Oświęcim and Lublin, and a court hetman. Florian Zebrzydowski authored a book on military discipline, titled Poruczenie wojenne. Mikołaj’s mother, Zofia (née Dzik), came from a petty szlachta family. Mikołaj was…

… the first trial, a court order prevented the identities of many of the victims and witnesses from being revealed for fear of retaliation.

… heirs, notably Andrzej Firlej, Castellan of Belz, who sued the monks over his grandmother’s bequest. In 1623, Firlej raided the monastery, taking the holy icon with him and keeping it until 1641, when a court decision finally returned the icon to the monks. Job of Pochayiv died on October 25, 1651 and was glorified as a saint soon thereafter.

Zaixun’s residence previously belonged to Liu Jin, a court eunuch of the Ming dynasty. The house was destroyed when the armies of the Eight-Nation Alliance occupied Beijing. During the early Republican era, it was purchased by the warlord Li Chun (李純) and shifted to Tianjin, where a Li Family Shrine (now the Nankai Cultural Palace 南開文化宮) was built.

… official court artist. So strong was his court affiliation that he earned the moniker Kyūtei-ha (宮廷派), reflecting his status as a court representative. His name appeared in all five editions of the Heian jinbutsushi, a ‘Who’s Who of Kyoto,’ from 1775 through 1830.

Zacharo has a school, a kindergarten, a lyceum, a gymnasium, churches, a post office, a police station, a court, a health center, banks and a railway station. Athletic facilities include a football stadium, a basketball court and a…

… parents who were Wisconsin residents attempting to marry inside or outside of Wisconsin to seek a court order prior to receiving a marriage license. In order to receive such a court order, the noncustodial parent could not be in arrears on his or her child support, and the court had to believe that the child(ren) would not become dependent on the State.

Yury Matveyevich Felten (Ю́рий Матве́евич Фе́льтен, German name Georg Friedrich Veldten) (1730-1801) was a court architect to Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia.

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