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  2. Roelf Meyer - Wikipedia

    Early life and education. Meyer, the youngest son of Eastern Cape farmer, Hudson Meyer and school teacher Hannah Meyer, née van Heerden, attended school in Ficksburg and studied law at the University of the Free State, where he completed B Comm (1968) and LLB (1971) degrees.

  3. Lisa McClain - Wikipedia

    Early life and career. McClain was born and raised in Stockbridge, Michigan. She graduated from Stockbridge Junior / Senior High School in 1984. She attended Lansing Community College and earned her Bachelor of Business Administration from Northwood University.

  4. Opal Storage Specification - Wikipedia

    The Opal Storage Specification is a set of specifications for features of data storage devices (such as disk drives) that enhance their security. For example, it defines a way of encrypting the stored data so that an unauthorized person who gains possession of the device cannot see the data.

  5. Price Chopper (supermarket) - Wikipedia

    Price Chopper is a group of four separate family-owned chains of grocery stores formed in 1979 in the Kansas City and Des Moines metropolitan areas that share a common brand name and unified marketing campaigns.

  6. United States House Committee on Homeland Security - Wikipedia

    Role of the committee. The committee conducts oversight and handles legislation (and resolutions) related to the security of the United States. The committee may amend, approve, or table homeland security related bills.

  7. Den Helder Suns - Wikipedia

    Den Helder Suns is a professional basketball club based in Den Helder, Netherlands.The club was founded in 2016 and currently plays in the BNXT League.The team has played at the highest domestic level since 6 years.

  8. Murray (bicycle company) - Wikipedia

    Murray was an American company whose assets are now owned by Briggs & Stratton and Dorel Industries.The corporate brand is a descendant of the Murray Ohio Manufacturing Company, which manufactured bicycles and lawn and garden equipment.

  9. Paul - Wikipedia

    People Christianity. Paul the Apostle (AD 5–67), also known as Saul of Tarsus or Saint Paul, early Christian missionary and writer; Pope Paul (disambiguation), multiple Popes of the Roman Catholic Church