In recognition of World AIDS Day, red flags dot MSU's Drill Field representing the thousands of HIV/AIDS-related deaths in Mississippi and to draw attention to the local impact.

In recognition of World AIDS Day, red flags dot MSU's Drill Field representing the thousands of HIV/AIDS-related deaths in Mississippi and to draw attention to the local impact.

The Neustadt International Prize for Literature. "The charter of the Neustadt Prize stipulates that the award be given in recognition of outstanding achievement in poetry, fiction, or drama and that it be conferred solely on the basis of literary merit. Any living author writing in any language is eligible, provided only that at least a representative portion of his or her work is available in English, the language used during the jury deliberations."

The Neustadt International Prize for Literature. "The charter of the Neustadt Prize stipulates that the award be given in recognition of outstanding achievement in poetry, fiction, or drama and that it be conferred solely on the basis of literary merit. Any living author writing in any language is eligible, provided only that at least a representative portion of his or her work is available in English, the language used during the jury deliberations."

In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the USC School of Social Work has partnered with the Take Back the Night Foundation to present three infographics to raise awareness of domestic violence issues.Take Back the Night seeks to end...

In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the USC School of Social Work has partnered with the Take Back the Night Foundation to present three infographics to raise awareness of domestic violence issues.Take Back the Night seeks to end.

Congratulations on earning your J.D.!  We are pleased to offer you free membership to the American Bar Association in recognition of your achievement. Your membership as a graduate will extend through August 31, 2013.†

Congratulations on earning your J. We are pleased to offer you free membership to the American Bar Association in recognition of your achievement. Your membership as a graduate will extend through August

James ‘Ginger’ Lacey brought down more German aircraft than anyone else during the Battle of Britain with a tally of 18. In July 1940 he was awarded a parachute and scarf in recognition of his actions in bringing down a Heinkel which had bombed Buckingham Palace. He is photographed wearing the parachute and scarf made specially for him. The scarf bore all the names of the workers in Australia who made the parachute for him.

James ‘Ginger’ Lacey brought down more German aircraft than anyone else during…

Drinking cup - Turbo shell with ornate silver gilt mounts in the shape of sea monsters and stylized fish.

This drinking cup was presented by the Dutch West India Company to Piet Hein in recognition of his capture of a fleet of Spanish ships filled with gold and silver in It had been lost for 227 years until Galerie J. Kugel of Paris recently rediscovered it.

The Malaysian Bar has been selected as the first recipient of the Union Internationale des Avocats (International Association of Lawyers) UIA  Rule of Law Award, in recognition of our “strong and unfailing commitment to the defence and promotion of human rights and the rule of law”.

The Malaysian Bar has been selected as the first recipient of the Union Internationale des Avocats (International Association of Lawyers) UIA Rule of Law Award, in recognition of our “strong and unfailing commitment to the defence and promotion of human rights and the rule of law”.

Rigoberta Menchú was was an indigenous rights activist in Guatemala who began campaigning for social reforms and women’s and indigenous rights as a teenager.  She was forced to flee to France in 1982 because of her activism. In 1992, she received the Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of her work for social justice and ethno-cultural relations based on respect for the rights of indigenous peoples. She also has run for Guatemalan president twice, via Pimsleur Approach

Rigoberta Menchú, an indigenous Guatemalan, of the K'iche' ethnic group. Menchú has dedicated her life to publicizing the plight of Guatemala's indigenous peoples during and after the Guatemalan Civil War and to promoting indigenous rights in the country.

Celebrating the laboratory professionals of American Society for Cytotechnology (ASCT) in recognition of Medical Laboratory Professionals Week 2014.

Celebrating the laboratory professionals of American Society for Cytotechnology (ASCT) in recognition of Medical Laboratory Professionals Week

Dr. Farrah Gray was named as one of the most influential Black men in America by the National Urban League's Urban Influence Magazine. Ebony Magazine recognized him as an entrepreneurial icon, business mogul and best-selling author. Raised in the impoverished South side of Chicago, Dr. Gray defied the odds and became a self-made millionaire by the age of 14. At the age of 21, he received an Honorary Doctorate degree of Humane Letters from Allen University. This was in recognition of his…

Dr. Farrah Gray was named as one of the most influential Black men in America by the National Urban League's Urban Influence Magazine. Ebony Magazine recognized him as an entrepreneurial icon, business mogul and best-selling author. Raised in the impoverished South side of Chicago, Dr. Gray defied the odds and became a self-made millionaire by the age of 14. At the age of 21, he received an Honorary Doctorate degree of Humane Letters from Allen University. This was in recognition of his…

Snuff box presented as a gift by Queen Victoria in 1837 - Upon her accession to the throne, Queen Victoria made many gifts to those who had served her mother and herself while they lived in Kensington Palace. An inscription on this magnificent snuffbox of gold, diamonds and enamel records that it was given to Colonel Harcourt in 1837, “in recognition of services rendered to Queen Victoria while she resided at Kensington Palace.”

♔ Bottles & Boxes ♔ perfume, snuff & decorative containers - Gold and Diamond Snuffbox given by Queen Victoria to Colonel Harcourt in 1837

In recognition of the anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote, and the anniversary of the 1963 civil rights march on Washington, a coalition of women's organizations, representing millions of women, announced plans to counter the attacks on women's economic and health security through a new multi-organization effort, HERvotes. The goal is to mobilize women voters in 2012 around preserving women's Health and Economic Rights (HER rights.)…

In recognition of the anniversary of the ratification of the Amendment granting women the right to vote, and the anniversary of the 1963 civil rights march on Washington, a coalition of women's organizations, representing millions of women, announced

(Nephthys) Professional mourners were known as the "Hawks of Nephthys", in recognition of her role as a goddess of mourning. It was also believed that as a goddess of the air, Nephthys was the guardian of Hapi, protector of the lungs. She was also one of the four goddesses who guarded the shrine buried with the Pharaoh. Yet, she was also said to be the source of both rain and the Nile river and was thought to protect women in childbirth. Thus she was closely associated with both death and…

Nephthys was the guardian of Hapi, protector of the lungs. She was also one of the four goddesses who guarded the shrine buried with the Pharaoh.

#India crowns first #transgender beauty #queen...

India crowns its first transgender beauty queen

#India crowns first #transgender beauty #queen...

TREO     Treo is a 9-year-old black Labrador Retriever and a retired explosives detection dog with the Royal Army Veterinary Corps.     He was awarded the Dickin Medal (considered the equivalent of a Victoria Cross for animals) in February 2010.    The military nominated Treo for the award in recognition of his help uncovering a series of Taliban bombs during his time serving in Helmand Province, an insurgency hot spot, in 2008. The Labrador is the medal's 63rd recipient.    He retired in…

Labrador Retriever - Intelligent and Fun Loving

TREO Treo is a black Labrador Retriever and a retired explosives detection dog with the Royal Army Veterinary Corps. He was awarded the Dickin Medal (considered the equivalent of a Victoria Cross for animals) in February

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