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Miguel Kast

Miguel Kast Rist (December 18, 1948 - September 18, 1983) was a German-born Chilean economist of the Chicago Boys group. He was most known for his role in public policies, where he promoted a greater focus of resources toward the needy.Upon getting his Master in Economics at University of Chicago, Miguel Kast joined Odeplan (1973), the state agency that led many public policy and economic changes after 1973. At Odeplan, Miguel Kast focused most of his energies on creating the "map of extreme poverty",... read more

Alfred Kast

Alfred Kast (25 July 1856, Illenau near Achern - 7 January 1903) was a German internist.He studied medicine at the Universities of Heidelberg, Freiburg and Leipzig, earning his doctorate in 1879. He served as an assistant to Wilhelm Heinrich Erb (1840-1921) in Heidelberg, Julius Friedrich Cohnheim (1839-1884) in Leipzig, and from 1881 was a clinical assistant to Christian Bäumler (1836-1933) at Freiburg. Here he also worked in the physiological-chemical institute. In 1886 he became an associate... read more

Bas Kast

Bas Kast is a German science writer. He studied psychology and biology at the University of Konstanz and with Marvin Minsky at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Kast was a fellow of the prestigious Studienstiftung. After completing his studies, he refused a PhD position to devote himself to writing. Working as a freelancer first for the German weekly newspaper Die Zeit and other magazines, he later became an editor and reporter for the Berlin-based newspaper Der Tagesspiegel. His articles... read more

KAST (AM)

KAST (1370 AM) is an American radio station licensed to serve the community of Astoria, Oregon. The station is owned by OMG FCC Licenses, LLC.KAST was originally on 1370 kHz then moved to 1200 kHz in 1939. In 1941 it moved to 1230 kHz as a result of the NARBA agreement. It moved back to 1370 kHz in 1950. The programming of the station is news–talk, with local programming during drive time hours and at noon, and syndicated programs including Rush Limbaugh, Laura Ingraham, and Lars Larson the remainder... read more

Pierre Kast

Pierre Kast (; 22 September 1920, Paris20 October 1984, Rome) was a French screenwriter and film and television director.==Biography==A member of the ''Cahiers du cinéma'' in the 1950s, Kast created many short films and documentaries.Kast died from a heart attack on board an aircraft on 20 October 1984, aged 64. read more

Karl Kast

Siegfred Karl Kast (c. 1916 – 1 December 1955) was a German immigrant to Australia who shot dead two doctors and unsuccessfully attempted to detonate a bomb in Wickham Terrace, Brisbane, before committing suicide.==Early years==Little is known about Kast before his arrival in Australia. Kast jumped ship from the German freighter ''Halle'' in Brisbane two months before the outbreak of World War II, he claimed he was fleeing the tyranny of Adolf Hitler’s Nazi regime. The files in the National... read more

Timothy Kast

Timothy Kast (born August 19, 1988) is a Swiss ice hockey player. Kast is currently playing with Genève-Servette HC of the Swiss National League A.Kast made his National League A debut playing with Genève-Servette HC during the 2007–08 NLA season.http://www.gshc.ch/fr/News/Timothy-Kast-revient-au-GSHC.html read more

Felipe

Felipe is the Spanish variant of the name Philip , which derives from the Greek adjective ''Philippos'' "friend of horses". Felipe is also widely used in Portuguese -speaking PortugueseBrazil alongside PortugueseBrazilFilipe (the form that follows the official orthography of Portuguese and that is commonly used in PortugueseBrazilFilipePortugal ).Noteworthy people with this name include:==Miscellaneous== Popular Liberation FrontFelipe AlouFelipe Campanholi MartinsFelipe ContepomiFelipe FrancoFelipe... read more

The Kast Off Kinks

The Kast Off Kinks are a band composed of members formerly in the band The Kinks. They mostly tour Europe and attend reunion for fans and for charity, such as the Leukemia Research Fund. They have put out one EP, ''The Archway EP'', in conjunction with The Kinks' fan club.===Former members===Dalton and Gosling both retired from The Kast Off Kinks in 2008, but Dalton does still appear with the band.===Guest musicians===The first bassist for The Kinks, Peter Quaife, played at various shows with the... read more

Kast alle papirene

''Kast alle papirene'' is the ninth studio album by Norwegian rock band deLillos. It included a bonus CD with live tracks and the ''Tyve null tre'' track. read more

John David Kast

John David Kast was a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly.==Biography==Kast was born on December 28, 1824 in Rosenberg, German Empire. He would serve in the German Federal Army, at least at one point, as an orderly sergeant. Later, Kast settled in Waupaca County, Wisconsin in 1861 and Shawano, Wisconsin in 1874. Kast was an Episcopalian and worked as a miller. He died on February 10, 1900.==Assembly career==Kast was elected to the Assembly in 1876. He was a Republican.==External links==Category:People... read more

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Robert Kast

The result was delete. Davewild (talk) 10:22, 1 July 2012 (UTC) read more

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Kast-A-Way

The result was delete. v/r - TP 14:33, 22 January 2012 (UTC)===Kast-A-Way===This page came up as a random article and I thought I'd tidy it up a bit. However, as I went on I realised that there was little to denote notability. A Google search (and I know the limitations of such) returned little apart from the subject's own blogs, Facebook, Myspace and Twitter sites, as well as sites selling his material, which appear to be sites where performers sell but there is no editorial control. Most of... read more

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Knox Kast Radio

The result was Delete - Yomanganitalk 12:33, 24 November 2006 (UTC)===Knox Kast Radio===Non-notable podcast. Google search on "Knox Kast Radio" brings back only 51 returns, only 5 unique. Likely vanity article as well. Delete. MikeWazowski 19:30, 18 November 2006 (UTC) read more

Felipe González

Felipe González Márquez (, born 5 March 1942) is a Spanish social-democratic politician. He was the General Secretary of the social-democraticSpanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) from 1974 to 1997. To date, he remains the longest-serving social-democraticSpanish Socialist Workers' PartyPrime Minister of Spain , after having served four successive mandates from 1982 to 1996. His ascension is generally seen as the last step in the path to Spain's re-instatement of democracy which commenced... read more

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