Carlos Vidal
First president, Eulogio Romero Salcedo
Current president, Julio Velarde Flores

Chilean football forward who represented the Chilean national team at the 1930 FIFA World Cup.

- Carlos Vidal

Carlos Vidal, 1968

- Central Reserve Bank of Peru
Carlos Vidal
View of the priory in 2009

Ruling Duchess of Brabant from 1355 until her death.

- Joanna, Duchess of Brabant

The founding charter was witnessed by Joanna, Duchess of Brabant, on March 1, 1367.

- Rouge Cloître
Musicians working in a recording studio.

Person who works with small to mid-size tours .

- Road manager

The Byrds' drummer, Gene Parsons (no relation to Gram), contributed two songs to the album: "Get Down Your Line", a reflection on the need for self-improvement, and "B.B. Class Road", a lighthearted song about a road manager's life on tour with a rock band, co-written by the Byrds' roadie, Stuart "Dinky" Dawson.

- Farther Along (The Byrds album)
Musicians working in a recording studio.
Victorinox "Huntsman" Swiss Army knife, with knife chain and belt clip
Sturmgewehr 57 (Stgw. 57)
Wenger Swiss Army knife. Since 2013, the knives of Wenger are integrated in Victorinox.
Stgw 57 with folded down iron sights on its bipod set in the rear position.
Modell 1890
Swiss Army Stgw 57 with erected iron sights and mounted bayonet
The Victorinox Swisschamp consists of 8 layers with 33 functions and weighs 185g.
Stgw 57 with mounted dummy Gewehrgranaten 58 rifle grenade
Wenger Giant
Circular error probable 20 hits distribution example
Victorinox Swisschamp XAVT
SG 510-4 rifle chambered in 7.62×51mm NATO
Dual liner lock system as used in the Soldatenmesser 08 and various other Victorinox 111 mm models
Stgw 57 with iron sights, bayonet and folded bipod. On display at Morges castle museum.
Various sized and scaled models produced by Wenger
Stgw 57(/03) modified for sport shooting with a diopter and globe sight sighting line.
Modell 1908, issued from 1908 to 1951
Receiver of a Stgw 57, seen from the right.
Modell 1951, issued from 1951 to 1961
Receiver of a Stgw 57(/03) modified for sport shooting, seen from the left.
Modell 1961 Ausführung 1994, issued from 1994 to 2008
Stgw 57 dismantled.
Soldatenmesser 08, the knife issued to the Swiss Armed Forces since 2008
Stgw 57, bolt, recoil spring.
West German Army knife, 1985
Stgw 57 trigger housing with winter trigger extended.
One-Hand German Army Knife, 2003
Stgw 57 bayonet and frog.
Malaysian Army knife
Stgw 57 cleaning kit pouch.
Left to right; boosted and unboosted orange training and a Gw HPz G 58 armour piercing rifle grenades
Gw HPz G 58 armour piercing hollow charge rifle grenade poster
Gw St G 58 fragmentation rifle grenade poster
Gw Nb G 58 smoke rifle grenade poster
Stgw. 57 roller-delayed locking system
SG 510-4 rifle chambered in 7.62×51mm NATO

Swiss army knives were used as a makeshift plumb bob at the end of a string.

- SIG SG 510

The 1961 model also contains a brass spacer, which allows the knife, with the screwdriver and the reamer extended simultaneously, to be used to assemble the SIG 550 and SIG 510 assault rifles: the knife serves as a restraint to the firing pin during assembly of the lock.

- Swiss Army knife
Victorinox "Huntsman" Swiss Army knife, with knife chain and belt clip
GPK Marginal Costing Structure Flow
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German costing methodology, developed in the late 1940s and 1950s, designed to provide a consistent and accurate application of how managerial costs are calculated and assigned to a product or service.

- Grenzplankostenrechnung

RCA is a relatively new management accounting approach based largely on the German management accounting approach Grenzplankostenrechnung (GPK) and also allows for the use of activity-based drivers.

- Resource consumption accounting
GPK Marginal Costing Structure Flow
Coat of arms of Wallachia
January–March 1948
Coat of arms of Moldavia
March 1948 - 1952
Coat of arms of Transylvania
1952-1965
Coat of arms of Dobruja
One of the many drawings used unofficially as coat of arms (1864 {{ndash}} 1866)
Coat of arms of the Principality of Romania (1867 {{ndash}} 1872)
Coat of arms of the Principality of Romania (1872 {{ndash}} 1881)
Coat of arms of the Kingdom of Romania (1881 {{ndash}} 1922)
The lesser coat of arms of the Kingdom of Romania (1921 {{ndash}} 1947), used on official stamps and seals
The middle coat of arms of the Kingdom of Romania (1921 {{ndash}} 1947), used by the Romanian Army and the State authorities
The Great Coat of Arms according to the Official Gazette, no. 92 of 29 July 1921 . 1921-1947.
Coat of arms of the Romanian People's Republic (January {{ndash}} March 1948)
Coat of arms of the Romanian People's Republic (March 1948 {{ndash}} 1952)
Coat of arms of the Romanian People's Republic (1952 {{ndash}} 1965)
Coat of arms of the Socialist Republic of Romania (1965 {{ndash}} 1989) and Romania (1989 – 1992)
Coat of arms of Romania (1992{{ndash}}2016)

Adopted in the Romanian Parliament on 10 September 1992 as a representative coat of arms for Romania.

- Coat of arms of Romania

The new coat of arms replaced the socialist emblem in 1992.

- Emblem of the Socialist Republic of Romania
James Gillray's Charon's Boat.—or—the Ghosts of "all the Talents" taking their last voyage (1807) caricatured the ministry's break-up. Lord Howick rows and St. Vincent steers.
Portrait by Martin Archer Shee
Trumbull's The Death of General Warren at the Battle of Bunker Hill. Lieutenant Rawdon can be seen prominently in the background standing on the American breastworks waving the British Ensign
The Marquess of Hastings as Governor-General of India by Joshua Reynolds
Donington Hall
The Marquess of Hastings as Governor-General of India
Tomb of Lord Hastings in Hastings Gardens, Valletta
Marquess of Hastings by Hugh Douglas Hamilton (c. 1801)
Marquess of Hastings, Governor-General of India by Joshua Reynolds (c. 1812)
Francis Rawdon, Marquess of Hastings. Engraving. Fisher, Son & Co, London. 1829
Francis Rawdon, Marquess of Hastings by Henry Raeburn. 1813
portrait by Gilbert Stuart, c. 1796

National unity government in the United Kingdom formed by William Grenville, 1st Baron Grenville, on his appointment as Prime Minister on 11 February 1806, following the death of William Pitt the Younger.

- Ministry of All the Talents

Becoming a Whig in politics, he entered government in 1806 as part of the Ministry of All the Talents as Master-General of the Ordnance, which enabled him to carry a philanthropic measure, which he had promoted since his first entry into the House of Lords, the Debtor and Creditor Bill for relief of poor debtors.

- Francis Rawdon-Hastings, 1st Marquess of Hastings
James Gillray's Charon's Boat.—or—the Ghosts of "all the Talents" taking their last voyage (1807) caricatured the ministry's break-up. Lord Howick rows and St. Vincent steers.
A depiction of Syria and Palestine from CE 650 to 1500
Christian Zimmermann and Cinco de Mayo (2013)

Often linked to the history of the Arab Nation.

- History of Palestinian nationality

He obtained dual citizenship in 2011, when he became a naturalized citizen of the State of Palestine.

- Christian Zimmermann
A depiction of Syria and Palestine from CE 650 to 1500
Drawing by Ernst Haeckel
Detail of head
Woodcut from R. A. Sterndale, 1884
Exemplar in the Oxford University Museum of Natural History
Romanian stamp

Collaborative venture set up in 2000 in the United Kingdom committed to making biodiversity information available through various media, including on the internet via the NBN Atlas—the data search website of the NBN.

- National Biodiversity Network

The UK distribution can be found on the National Biodiversity Network website and can be seen here.

- Brown long-eared bat
A single-frame IBM z15 mainframe. Larger capacity models can have up to four total frames. This model has blue accents, as compared with the LinuxONE III model with orange highlights.

The engineers worked on projects related to FP6000 (Ferranti-Packard 6000, which became the ICL 1900), ReserVec, Back Up Interceptor Control (BUIC) for the United States Military, as well as Ferranti-Packard's drum memory systems.

- Teklogix

The team in charge of the system's storage devices left some time later in 1967 to form Teklogix.

- Ferranti-Packard 6000
A single-frame IBM z15 mainframe. Larger capacity models can have up to four total frames. This model has blue accents, as compared with the LinuxONE III model with orange highlights.