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  1. Significant Other is a 2022 American sci-fi horror film written and directed by Dan Berk and Robert Olsen. The film stars Maika Monroe and Jake Lacy as a couple dealing with relationship issues while backpacking in the woods in the Pacific Northwest, whose activities are interrupted by a meteor strike bringing an alien lifeform into the picture.

    • Dan Berk, Robert Olsen
    • Dan Berk, Robert Olsen
  2. The Central Epidemic Command Center ( CECC; Chinese: 國家衛生指揮中心中央流行疫情指揮中心) is an agency of the National Health Command Center [ fr] (NHCC). It has been activated by the government of Taiwan for several disease outbreaks, such as the 2009 swine flu pandemic and the COVID-19 pandemic.

    • Types of Command Centers
    • Military and Government
    • in Service Businesses

    There are many types of command centers. They include: Data centermanagement 1. Oversees the central management and operating control for the computer systems that are essential most businesses, usually housed in data centers and large computer rooms. Business application management 1. Ensures applications that are critical to customers and busines...

    A command center is a central place for carrying out orders and for supervising tasks, also known as a headquarters, or HQ. Common to every command center are three general activities: inputs, processes, and outputs. The inbound aspect is communications (usually intelligenceand other field reports). Inbound elements are "sitreps" (situation reports...

    A command center enables the real-time visibility and management of an entire service operation. Similar to an air traffic control center, a command center allows organizations to view the status of global service calls, service technicians, and service parts on a single screen. In addition, customer commitments or service level agreements(SLAs) th...

    • Early Life and Family
    • Business Career
    • Public Service Career

    Brown was born in Auckland on 22 August 1946, and was educated at Auckland Grammar School. He went on to study engineering at the University of Auckland from 1964 to 1967, and graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering degree.He then spent several years overseas. After returning to New Zealand, Brown established an engineering consulting practice in ...

    An engineer by training, Brown is a property developer. He has served as a director of many New Zealand organisations, both public and private. These include TVNZ, Māori TV, Transpower, Vector Ltd, and was chair of the Land Transport Safety Authority.In the 2000s he chaired the Government-owned telecommunications firm Kordia. In 2019, he led a revi...

    District health boards

    Brown was appointed chairman of the Northland District Health Board and Tairāwhiti District Health Board in January 2001 when district health boards were established; he had previously chaired the respective Hospital and Health Service (HHS) boards. In December 2001, Brown was appointed to chairman of the Auckland District Health Board and remained chair of Tairāwhiti DHB. During the 2001–2004 local government term, Brown was forced to resign from Tairāwhiti DHB, where he had been elected, du...

    Mayor of the Far North District, 2007–2013

    In the October 2007 local elections, Brown challenged the three-term mayor of Far NorthDistrict, Yvonne Sharp, and had a "landslide victory". Brown received 10,081 votes, almost twice as many at Sharp, from the total Far North population of 55,000. For the October 2010 local elections, Brown, at 64, delayed announcing his candidacy "just in case someone younger and brighter came forward" to continue his work, but when this did not happen, he put his nomination forward in August. Brown narrowl...

    2022 Auckland mayoral campaign

    On 29 March, Brown launched his mayoral campaign at an event hosted by the Avondale Business Association, with a plan to "Fix Auckland". His team included political commentator Matthew Hooton and National Party-aligned strategist Tim Hurdle. Near the end of his campaign Brown was caught on camera saying, if successful he wanted to glue pictures of a journalist on urinals so people could "pee on him". This drew widespread criticism in the news media. Brown won the mayoral election with 181,810...

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    The Kasper brothers were born in Lexington, Ohio. They attended Lexington High School, where they both competed in amateur wrestling. Jacob Kasper attended Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, where he studied sociology, graduating in 2018. During his time at Duke University, he participated in collegiate wrestling for the Duke Blue Devils. H...

    In October 2020, Jacob Kasper was signed by WWE after being scouted by Gerald Brisco at the 2018 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships and attending a try-out that June. In February 2021, Drew Kasper was signed to a three-year contract by WWE after attending a try-out at his brother's urging. Both men were assigned to the WWE Performance Center i...

    The Creed Brothers wrestle in a power-based style incorporating "slams, suplexes and collisions". Their finishing moves include a clothesline/sliding lariat. Their style has drawn comparisons to both the Road Warriors and the Steiner Brothers. Reflecting their amateur wrestling backgrounds, the Creed Brothers perform wearing wrestling singlets and ...

    Amateur wrestling

    1. Drew Kasper 1.1. NCAA All-American(2 times) 2. Jacob Kasper 2.1. ACCheavyweight championship (2018) 2.2. NCAA All-American (2 times) 2.3. NCAA Academic All-American(3 times) 2.4. Southern Scuffle heavyweight division winner (2017, 2018)

    Professional wrestling

    1. WWE 1.1. NXT Tag Team Championship (1 time) 1.2. Men's Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic (2022)

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    Brutus Creed on WWE.com
    Julius Creed on WWE.com
    Brutus Creed's profile at Cagematch.net, Wrestlingdata.com, Internet Wrestling Database
  3. Investigations Police of Chile ( Spanish: Policía de Investigaciones de Chile, PDI) are the civilian police of Chile. Founded in 1933, it is one of two Chilean police bodies, along with the law enforcement police: Carabineros de Chile. [4] The PDI is the principal law enforcement arm of the Public Ministry of Chile in criminal investigation.

  4. United Nations Plaza (often abbreviated UN Plaza or UNP) is a 2.6-acre (1.1 ha) plaza located on the former alignments of Fulton and Leavenworth Streets—in the block bounded by Market, Hyde, McAllister, and 7th Street—in the Civic Center of San Francisco, California. It is located 1⁄4 mi (0.40 km) east of City Hall and is connected to it ...