Hugh of Cyfeiliog, 5th Earl of Chester (1147 – 1181), also written Hugh de Kevilioc, was an Anglo-Norman magnate who was active in England, Wales, Ireland and France during the reign of King Henry II of England.
Kevelaer is a railway station in the town of Kevelaer, North Rhine Westphalia, Germany. The station opened on 5 March 1863 on the Lower Left Rhine Railway. The train services are operated by NordWestBahn.
Roberta Kevelson (November 4, 1931 – November 28, 1998) was a semiotician and an important authority on the pragmatism theories of Charles Sanders Peirce. She was a professor at Pennsylvania State University and The College of William & Mary, Virginia. Among her published works are High Fives, The Inverted Pyramid, The Law as the System of Signs and possibly her most significant work, Peirce and the Mark of the Gryphon. She was a founding member of the Semiotic Society of America.
Stanley Jilaoneka Yono Kevela is a Member of Parliament in the National Assembly of Tanzania. Kevela was elected during the last Tansanian parliamentary elections in 2005 on the ticket of the governing Chama Cha Mapinduzi party and represents the Njombe West area of the Njombe District of the Iringa Region of the country. He has been quoted in the media as speaking in favor of increasing the level of higher education in the Njombe district and against stigmatising people with HIV/AIDS.
KEVE-LD is a low-power television station licensed to Vancouver, Washington. A translator station of KBLN-TV in Grants Pass, Oregon, the station broadcasts on digital UHF channel 36.1, 36.2, 36.3 and 36.4. Channel 36.1 is Better Life TV, 36.2 is Better Health TV, 36.3 is the Hope Channel and 36.4 is La Esperanza.
Tevel b’Tzedek (in hebrew: תבל בצדק) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) based in Israel that promotes sustainable development in developing countries through the formation of thematic-based groups and community mobilization. It was established in 2007 by Rabbi Micha Odenheimer, who wanted to provide young Jewish people with meaningful social justice experience abroad with the intention of creating strong Jewish leaders invested in the idea of Tikkun Olam (repairing the world). Since 2007, hundreds of Jewish volunteers from communities in Israel, the United States, Germany, Ukraine, South Africa, Australia and other countries have traveled to Nepal and Haiti to participate in community development projects.