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Aktogay Canyon

Aktogay Canyon is located in the Zhalanash valley on the territory of Enbekshikazakh district of Almaty region. The Aktogay canyon is a continuation of the Charyn canyon. The canyon has a trapezoidal shape. The canyon reaches three kilometers wid ...

Fruit (disambiguation)

Fruit, a character on television series The Wire in the Stanfield Organization Fruits book, a book by Valerie Bloom Fruits magazine, a Japanese fashion magazine Fruit chess engine, a computer chess program

Fionna Gibb

Fionna Gibb is a British diplomat. She joined the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in 1990 and served as Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the Republic of Belarus from 2016 until 2019. She was Deputy Consul-General in Basra from 2008-2009 and was Deputy ...

Catherine Lundoff

Catherine Lundoff was born in Brooklyn, New York but currently lives in Minneapolis with her wife. Lundoff worked as an archeologist as well as a bookstore owner, her bookstore was Grassroots Books in Iowa City. She changed career and began to wo ...

Parsi (disambiguation)

Parsi language, the name of several languages Proposed unit of currency to replace the Iranian rial Socialist Party of Indonesia Parsi Parsi Tati, Iranian ethnic group from the Caucasus Tat people

Vivian Rubianti

Vivian Rubiyanti Iskandar is the first trans person legally recognised by the Indonesian courts as their true gender.

Isaac Dunbar

His father is Liberian, his mother Italian. Dunbar is gay. Dunbar first started making music when he was nine, creating EDM music. A big Lady Gaga fan, Dunbar was further inspired to learn music production was he discovered the music of Madeon on ...

Nicky Doll

Nicky Doll is the stage name of Karl Sanchez, a French drag queen based in New York City, known for being a competitor on the twelfth season of RuPauls Drag Race.

Pedro Oliveira (photographer)

Pedro H. Oliveira Reis, more commonly known as Pedro Oliveira, is an American professional photographer who resides in Portland, Oregon and San Juan Capistrano, California. Oliveira is best known for his series of portraits of homeless people aro ...

Early Swallows

Early Swallows is a Ukrainian teen drama television series. The series storylines involve bullying, online harassment, sexual identity and suicide. The first episode aired in November 2019. Broadcast by Novyi Kanal, the televised episodes attract ...

Otter (disambiguation)

River Otter, Devon, England Otter, Germany, a municipality in Lower Saxony Otter, Ontario, Canada, a dispersed rural community Otter, Ohio, United States, an unincorporated community Otter, Montana, United States, an unincorporated community

Karna (disambiguation)

Karna or Karnan is one of the central characters of the Mahābhārata. People: Karna Vaghela dynasty r. c. 1296 – c. 1304, Indian king Karna Kalachuri dynasty r. c. 1041-1073 CE, Indian king Karna Chaulukya dynasty r. c. 1064–1092 CE, Indian king I ...

Abbas

Abbas Barfi, Lorestan Province Abbas-e Kalpat, Lorestan Province Abbas, Dowreh, Lorestan Province Bon Abbas, Lorestan Province Dar Pir Abbas, Lorestan Province

Zar

Zar Mountain, Kosovo South African Republic Dutch: Zuid-Afrikaanse Republiek Zar mountain, a mountain in Poland Zar, Kerman, a village in Kerman Province, Iran Zar Mountain, a mountain in Zar Khan, a village in Badakhshan Province in north-easter ...

Brando

Tarita Cheyenne Brando 1970-1995, daughter of Marlon Brando known as Cheyenne Brando Miko C. Brando, Marlon Brandos son and Michael Jacksons one-time friend, bodyguard, and assistant Christian Brando 1958-2008, son of Marlon Brando Marlon Brando ...

The Tomten in Åbo Castle

The Tomten in Åbo Castle is a Finnish fairy tale from 1849 by Zachris Topelius. It is one of Topelius most beloved stories in Finland and very important in cultural history. At the time of writing, the medieval Turku Castle, the site of events, w ...

Kakwkylla

Kakwkylla was a local saint venerated in Sweden and Germany during the late Middle Ages. The saint is known by a wide range of names and was venerated as a protector against rats and mice. The veneration of Cutubilla probably originated in German ...

Adelina Munro Drysdale

Princess Adelina de Colonna, Duchess of Rignano was a Scottish Argentine socialite. The town of Villa Adelina in Argentina is named after her.

Nob

Nob may refer to: Nob Yoshigahara 1936–2004, Japanese puzzle-maker "One for his nob", a score in cribbage Non-occluded baculovirus, a genus of virus Nederlandse Onderwatersport Bond, the Dutch Underwater Federation, member of the CMAS NoB born 19 ...

Fernando de Mendoza Mate de Luna

Fernando de Mendoza Mate de Luna was born in Cadiz. He served multiple Governorships including; Governor of Isla Margarita 1649-54,Governor of Tucuman 1681-86. He founded the city of San Fernando Valley of Catamarca in 1683, and he authorized the ...

Adelina (name)

Adelina is the Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Romanian, Albanian and Slavic variant of Adeline, meaning noble or nobility. Its other variants are Adela, Adelia, Della, Adalyn, Adalynn, Adelyn, Alene, Aline, Delia, Aada and Ada. Notable people with ...

RO

Reach Out non-profit, an Australian information website Royal Ordnance, a British armaments manufacturer TAROM, a Romanian airline Red Orchestra espionage, a series of Soviet spy rings Reserve Officers Training Corps, an American armed forces tra ...

Allah (disambiguation)

Allah may refer to Allah as a lunar deity, putative pre-Islamic god, alleged by some anti-Islamists to be the origin of the Islamic conception of God Allah word Arabic: الله ‎, the word for "God" in Arabic God in Islam, with the Arabic word used ...

Magas (disambiguation)

Magas, former name of Zaboli, a city in Iran Magas Urban Okrug, a municipal formation into which the town of republic significance of Magas in the Republic of Ingushetia, Russia is incorporated Magas Airport, an airport in the Republic of Ingushe ...

Adel

Adelaide, Australia Al-Adel, Baghdad, Iraq Adilabad, Telangana, India Adel, Leeds, England Adilabad district, Telangana, India

Charles-Alexandre, Marquis de Ganay

Charles-Alexandre was born on 29 April 1803 in Saone-et-Loire in Burgundy, France. He was the only son of Françoise Bonne de Virieu 1776–1870 and Gen. Antoine-Charles de Ganay, 2nd Marquis de Ganay 1769–1849, a representative for Saone-et-Loire f ...

Thierry, Prince dHenin

Thierry-Arno-Baudoin-Philippe was born into the House of Henin on 5 August 1853 in The Hague in the Netherlands. A hereditary a prince of the Holy Roman Empire, he was a son of Simon-Gerard dAlsace de Henin-Lietard 1832–1891 and Baroness Angeliqu ...

Haro

Haro Maya woreda, Ethiopia Haro Strait, between British Columbia, Canada and Washington, United States Haro, the Hungarian name for Harau Commune, Hunedoara County, Romania Haro, La Rioja, a town in Spain Haro River, a river in Pakistan Haro Wood ...

Syed Shah Israil

Syed Shah Israil, also known as Shah Bondegi, was a 16th-century Persian language writer from Bengal. He is celebrated as a renowned medieval author of the Sylhet region.

Borislav Milanov

Borislav Georgiev Milanov is Bulgarian music composer, songwriter and record producer known for his work for Eurovision Song Contest. He collaborated with Alexandra Stan. Milanov is a co-producer of Bulgarian Eurovision participation in 2017, 201 ...

Lone Chaw

Maung Naing Lin better known by his ring name Lone Chaw, is a retired Burmese Lethwei fighter and former Openweight Lethwei World Champion.

Ritaa

Based in Malawis commercial city, Blantyre, Ritaas breakthrough came in 2016 after releasing "Chapatali". The song features one of Malawis pop stars, Dan Lu. The song peaked at number 1 on local charts. Ritaa has worked with producers like BFB wh ...

Sukez (video director)

Gift Sukez Sukali, is a Malawian video director. He has directed music videos for artists such as Gwamba, Onesimus Muzik and Buffalo Souljah. He is the CEO of HD Plus Creations, a video production company in Lilongwe, Malawi.

Dharmendra Sewan

Dharmendra Sewan) is a Nepali singer, songwriter, composer and performer. He released his debut single "Yo Andheri Raat" in 2002. Sewan also involved in Melancholy, an environmental song by 365 Artists, is written, music composed and directed by ...

2002 Hong Kong Sevens

The 2002 Hong Kong Sevens was an international rugby sevens tournament that took place at the Hong Kong Stadium between 22–24 March 2002. It was the 27th edition of the Hong Kong Sevens and was the seventh tournament of the 2001–02 World Sevens S ...

2020–21 Champions Hockey League

The 2020–21 Champions Hockey League will be the seventh season of the Champions Hockey League, a European ice hockey tournament. The tournament will be competed by 32 teams, and qualification is on sporting merits only. The six founding leagues a ...

23rd Iris Awards (Uruguay)

The 23rd Iris Awards ceremony, presented by the newspaper El Pais, honored the best of radio, television and social networks in Uruguay of 2017 and took place at the Enjoy Hotel & Casino, Punta del Este. It was held on September 01, 2018, and was ...

2020 Americas Rugby Championship

The 2020 Americas Rugby Championship will be the fifth series of the Americas Rugby Championship, which is the top elite tournament for the Americas nations. It will be contested by Argentina XV, Canada, United States, Uruguay, Brazil, and Chile. ...

American Indians

American Indians, or First Nations, indigenous peoples of Canada Native Americans in the United States American Indian and Alaska Native, a U.S. Census category including American Indians Indigenous peoples of the Americas

Anna Tsouhlarakis

Anna Tsouhlarakis is a Native American artist of Navajo, Creek, and Greek descent who works primarily with installation, video, and performance art. Her work has been described as breaking stereotypes surrounding Native Americans and provoking th ...

Dago

Dago may refer to: Dago comics, a Paraguayan comic book character DAGO Directly Appointed Gazetted Officer, a rank in the Central Armed Police Forces of India Dago, the alleged baptismal name of Mieszko I, ruler of Poland Dago, an Estonian band D ...

Bajaur Campaign

Between 1960-1961 thousands of Afghan troops disguised as local militias crossed the porous Pakistan-Afghan border into the semi-autonomous Bajaur agency of Pakistan now part of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, in hope to manipulate the events in the ...

2020 in Albania

March 9 - Ministry of Health and Social Protection states that a total of 65 people had been tested for COVID-19. President Ilir Meta calls for retired Albanian doctors to re-enter the work force. a total of 114 people had been tested for COVID-1 ...

Elsie

Lily Elsie 1886–1952, English actress and singer born Elsie Hodder Hahm Eun-jung born 1988, South Korean singer and actress known professional as Elsie, a member of T-ara Robert Elsie 1950–2017, Canadian expert in Albanian culture and affairs Els ...

Mabe

Mabe may refer to: Places: Mabe, Nepal, a village development committee Mabe, Cornwall, a village and civil parish in west Cornwall, United Kingdom Mabe, a settlement in the Lezhe District, Albania People Tom Mabe, American comedian Other uses: M ...

Kastro

Kavousi Kastro), a Late Bronze-Early Iron Age settlement near the modern village of Kavousi in eastern Crete Kastro, Grevena, a village in West Macedonia, Greece Kastro, Thasos, a small village on the island of Thasos in Greece VryoKastro, presum ...

Golem (disambiguation)

The Golem 1915 film, a film by Paul Wegener and Henrik Galeen The Limehouse Golem 2016 film Golem film, a 2000 film by Louis Nero Le Golem or The Golem: The Legend of Prague, a 1936 film by Julien Duvivier The Golem 2018 film, a 2018 Jewish horro ...

Dume (disambiguation)

Dume River, a waterway in the Democratic Republic of Congo Dume district, an administrative unit in colonial Cameroon Point Dume, a promontory off the coast of California

Sabra

Sabra comics, a fictional Israeli female superhero in the Marvel Comics universe Sabra Command the original title of the film Warhead Sabra magazine, a Japanese magazine for men "Sabra Girl", a song on Nickel Creeks album This Side

Atia

One of the spellings of the Arabic name Atiyah Atia of the Julii, fictional character from the television series Rome, based on Atia Balba Caesonia Atia Balba Caesonia 85 BC – 43 BC, Roman noblewoman, daughter of Julius Caesars sister Julia Caesa ...