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…Кровь за кровь (Russian for Blood for Blood; transliterated as Krov’ za krov) is the fifth studio album by Russian heavy metal band Aria. It was released in 1991. Krov za krov was the band’s first album to be released by a private record label rather than state company Melodia.
…Ιmprisonment for debts, whether to the tax office or to a private bank, was still practiced until January 2008, when the law changed after imprisonment for unpaid taxes, as well as other debts to the government or to the social security…
… business jets, and is the sole Romanian operator to own a private VIP Terminal and hangar capability. Tiriac Air operates as a maintenance base for Agusta helicopters under EASA Part 145 certification.
…Šušak asked Perry for military aid in March 1994, but as the UN arms embargo was still in effect, the US Government referred Šušak to the Military Professional Resources Inc. (MPRI), a private military contractor. The MRPI’s retired US…
…Šnejdárek joined the French Foreign Legion on 24 January 1899, as a private, 2nd Class. His first military campaign began in the Sahara on 10 May 1900, and he was promoted to corporal on 26 September of that year, sergeant on 1 March the…
Sigfrid Karg-Elert. A national Romantic, Šimkus helped resurrect the Lithuanian cultural organization Daina in 1916. In 1923, he opened a private music school in Klaipėda, which was soon converted into the national Lithuanian conservatory (now…
… services as a private bank since 1993 and its stocks went to public in 1997. Şekerbank, moved its headquarters to İstanbul, Turkey in 2004.
…Ōtani University (Ōtani Daigaku) is a private Buddhist university in Kita-ku, Kyoto, Japan. Ōtani University is a coeducation institution with an emphasis on Buddhist studies. A two-year private junior college is associated with the university. The university is associated with the Ōtani School of Jōdo Shinshū, or Shin, school of Buddhism.
…İpek University (İpek Üniversitesi) was a private university in Çankaya, the central district of Ankara, Turkey. Established in 2011, the university was one out of fifteen private universities that were closed by the Turkish government in the course of the 2016 Turkish purges.
… the same year he had a private exhibition at Listasafn Reykjavíkur, titled Við erum ekki hrædd (We are not afraid) and an exhibition titled Implant at Wind and Weather Gallery. In 2016 Úlfur had a private exhibition at Galerie Hilger NEXT in Vienna titled By Proxy.
…Øystein Sevåg was born near Oslo, Norway in 1957, beginning piano lessons at age five. As a teen he played bass in a rock band but returned to his classical roots in time to study piano, flute and composition at a private Music…
…Østberg announced he would take on a limited schedule in a private entry for 2017 (shared with Martin Prokop) as he and wife Beate welcomed his first child in late February.
…Øgrim took commercial education at Clark’s College, London in 1929. He worked as a bookkeeper’s assistant in London for one year before attending middle school in Hamar from 1930 to 1931. He then moved to Oslo to work with advertising and study for the examen artium, which he completed as a private candidate in 1934.
…Özlem Tunç received medical treatment in a private hospital for three years. Due to continuous police harassment, she moved away from Gazi Quarter to Sarıyer in the north. She returned years later.
…Óptima Televisión (TVO), was a private terrestrial television channel in Chile. It is currently named Más Canal 22 which airs in Santiago, Chile in the 22 Ultra high frequency. It was previously owned by Andrés Bello National University.
…Ólafur’s second marriage was to Israeli-born Dorrit Moussaieff, to whom he became engaged in May 2000. The wedding took place on his 60th birthday, 14 May 2003, in a private ceremony held at the presidential residence.
…Épalinges hosts the Swiss Institute for Experimental Cancer Research (ISREC), a private not-for-profit foundation founded in 1964, as well as the Health Sciences eTraining Foundation (HSeT), a non-profit organization dedicated to web-based learning and teaching activities in the field of health sciences.
…Émile Moreau (1868-1950) was Governor of the Banque de France from 1926 to 1930 and chairman of Paribas from 1931 to 1940. After retiring from his role as governor he took a job in a private bank. His contribution to the Poincare…
…Élan School was a private, coeducational, controversial residential behavior modification program and therapeutic boarding school (beginning with 8th grade and extending beyond high school completion) in Poland, Androscoggin County, Maine. It was a full member of the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP).
Dutch, and quarter Jewish descent. He attended the Cours Hattemer, a private school. He studied law at Panthéon-Assas University in France and in 1985 graduated with an M.B.A. degree from the Stern School of Business at New York University.
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