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Paixão

Paixão is a Portuguese telenovela which began airing on SIC in September 18, 2017 and ending in September 24, 2018. In April 2018, Paixão won the Bronze World Medal in the 7th edition of The Worlds Best TV & Films awards.

Vusi Shongwe

Vusumuzi Robert Shongwe, known as Vusi Shongwe, is a South African politician who served as acting Premier of Mpumalanga between August and November 2015 while then Premier and now deputy president David Mabuza was being treated for an alleged fo ...

CCAI

CCAI is an acronym that can refer to: Climate Change Artificial Intelligence, an initiative of data scientists to help resolve the ongoing issue of climate change Congressional Coalition on Adoption, an American organization supporting children i ...

Married (disambiguation)

Marital status, the state of being married or otherwise legally partnered or unmarried Marriage, union of individuals that creates kinship Married pair, a set of two railroad cars or locomotives which are permanently coupled and treated as if the ...

Daughters of Glorious Jesus

Daughters of Glorious Jesus is a Ghanaian musical trio composed of women namely Cynthia Appiadu, Edna Sarpong and Monica Owusu Ansah. They are a gospel group who sing in English and Twi. With over fifty songs still with strong appeal to audience, ...

Contextualization

Contextualization may refer to: Contextualization Bible translation, the process of contextualising the biblical message as perceived in the missionary mandate originated by Jesus Contextualization sociolinguistics, the use of language and discou ...

Laodice

Laodice daughter of Priam, a princess of Troy Laodice, daughter of Cinyras and Metharme, wife of Elatus, mother of Stymphalus and Pereus Laodice, daughter of Aloeus, wife of Aeolus and mother of Salmoneus and Cretheus see Laodice Greek myth Laodi ...

Memnon

Memnon mythology, a king who led an army that fought on the side of the Trojans in the Trojan War Memnon of Rhodes 380–333 BC, commander of the Greek mercenaries working for the Persian King Darius III Memnon, ward of Herodes Atticus in Athens in ...

Hedju Hor

Hedju Hor was a ruler in northern Egypt from the Predynastic Period. His existence is controversial. It is thought by some that his rule was around 3200 BC, though accurate details of his rule are currently unavailable, due to his rule being in p ...

Timaeus

Timaeus is a Greek name. It may refer to: Timaeus, one of the Three Legendary Dragons from the Japanese anime series Yu-Gi-Oh! Timaios or Tutimaios, a pharaoh of Egypt mentioned by Josephus in his Contra Apionem, sometimes identified with Dedumos ...

Unfinished Pyramid

The Unfinished Pyramid may refer to: The Unfinished Northern Pyramid of Zawyet elAryan, dating either to the 3rd or 4th Dynasty of Egypt. The Unfinished Pyramid presented in the reverse side of the Great Seal of the United States The Southern Sou ...

Tiu

Tiu may refer to: Tiu, the Babylonian fiend of headache Tiu pharaoh 4th millennium BC, the first predynastic Pharaoh of Lower Egypt Tiu, a village in Cernatesti Commune, Dolj County, Romania Tyr, as the Old English name for the Sky-God of Norse G ...

King Ini

King Ini may refer to: Ine of Wessex, King of Wessex from AD 689–726 Or one of several Egyptian pharaohs: Nyuserre Ini, pharaoh of the 5th Dynasty of Egypt, during the 25th century BC, Old Kingdom Mershepsesre Ini II, pharaoh of the late 13th Dyn ...

Bull (Pharaoh)

Bull is the makeshift name for a predynastic petty ruler, from around 3250 BC, the existence of which is highly controversial. He is considered a ruler of the late pottery neolithic Naqada III culture of southern Egypt. If" Taurus” actually repre ...

Battle of Megiddo

Battle of Megiddo refers to one of the major battles fought near the ancient site of Megiddo in the Jezreel Valley of north of Israel: Armageddon Har Megiddo, the site of the final epic battle associated with end-time prophecies, and by extension ...

Sethos

Sethos is the name used in ancient Greek historiography for several Egyptian pharaohs: Seti I 1290–1279 BC, 19th dynasty Shebitku 714–705 BC, 25th dynasty Seti II 1200/1199–1194/1193, 19th dynasty It may also refer to either of two temples of Set ...

Akhethetep

Akhethetep or Akhethotep may refer to: Akhethetep son of Ptahhotep, senior court official during the rule of Pharaoh Djedkare and Unas in early 24th century BC. Tomb of Akhethetep, reliefs are in the Louvre, Akhethetep not to be confused with the ...

Achaemenid dynasty

The Achaemenid dynasty was an ancient Persian royal house. They were the ruling dynasty of Persia from about 700 to 330 BC.

Battle of Pelusium

The Battle of Pelusium may refer to: Battle of Pelusium 525 BC, first battle fought between Achaemenid forces under Cambyses II of Persia and Psamtik III of Egypt, leading to defeat of the Egypts Twenty-six dynasty and the first Persian period in ...

AY

Savas Ay 1954–2013, Turkish journalist Merneferre Ay, a pharaoh of the 13th Egyptian dynasty A.Y. musician born 1981, a Tanzanian "bongo flava" artist Ayse Sevval Ay born 1999, Turkish womens footballer Fatma Ay born 1992, Turkish female handball ...

Marciana (disambiguation)

Marciana, a feminine and adjectival form of the names Mark or Marcus etc., can refer to: People Marciana of Mauretania, martyr and saint Saint Marciana the Queen, wife of Emperor Justin I 518-527, interred in the Church of the Holy Apostles. Pacc ...

Bold (disambiguation)

USS Bold AM-424, a minesweeper launched in 1953 HMS Bold 1812, a gun-brig that was wrecked in 1813 HMS Manly 1804 or HMS Bold, a ship that was sold in 1814 USS Bold BAT-8 or HMS Bold W114, a tugboat transferred to the United Kingdom in 1942 Bold ...

Ian Young

Ian Young may refer to: Ian Young footballer 1943–2019, Scottish footballer Ian Young cricketer, captain of Scottish under-19 team 2004 Ian Young writer born 1945, Canadian author and poet Ian Young basketball born 1981, Trinidadian basketball pl ...

POV

Pyramid of vision, a 3D computer graphics term describing what the viewer sees Persistence of vision, the optical illusion whereby multiple discrete images blend into a single image in the human mind Percentage of volume or participate, an algori ...

Kaili Blues

Ex-convict Chen Sheng works as a doctor in a rural community. Chen squabbles with his half-brother Crazy Face about how he neglects his son Weiwei. When Weiwei disappears, Chen believes that Crazy Face may have sold the child into servitude. Chen ...

Mooch

Anthony Scaramucci born 1964, American financier and political figure nicknamed "The Mooch" Glenn Myernick 1954–2006, American soccer player nicknamed "Mooch" Steve Mariucci born 1955, American football coach and NFL Network analyst, nicknamed "M ...

Persaudaraan Setia Hati Terate

Persaudaraan Setia Hati Terate is a sports and pencak silat organization from East Java, Indonesia, created by Ki Hadjar Hardjo Oetomo in 1922 and was later agreed to be renamed to Persaudaraan Setia Hati Terate at its first congress in Madiun in ...

Bolaji Dada

Cecelia Bolaji Dada is a former vice-chairman of Apapa Local Government and commissioner for Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation in Lagos state.

National Trauma Counselling Centre

National Trauma Counselling Centre is a Bangladesh government owned specialized health centre that provides counselling and support to victims of domestic violence.

Drusus Claudius Nero

Drusus Claudius Nero is the name of two prominent citizens of Ancient Rome: Drusus Claudius Nero II, born Decimus Claudius Drusus, also known as Drusus Claudius Nero and Nero Claudius Drusus 38 BC-9 BC, posthumously known as Nero Claudius Drusus ...

Caecina Tuscus

Gaius Caecina Tuscus was a 1st-century Roman politician and governor of Egypt during the reign of Nero, and is mentioned by Tacitus.

Lon

Launch on Need, a Space Shuttle rescue mission which would have been mounted to rescue the crew of a Space Shuttle if needed League of Nations, the first permanent international organization for maintaining world peace, predecessor of the United ...

Epaphroditus (disambiguation)

Epaphroditus or Epaphroditos may refer to: Epaphroditus fly, a genus of robber flies in the family Asilidae Epaphroditus Ransom 1798–1859, governor of Michigan from 1848 to 1850 Marcus Mettius Epaphroditus 1st century, grammarian from Chaeronea E ...

Tiberius (disambiguation)

The Latin personal name Tiberius usually refers to the second Emperor of Rome. It can also refer to: Places named Tiberius Tiberias, an ancient city in Israel named for Tiberius, the second Roman Emperor Roman persons named Tiberius Tiberius son ...

The Saracen Lamp

The Saracen Lamp is a 1970 childrens book written by Ruth M. Arthur, illustrated by Margery Gill and published by Atheneum Books. The book - set in Gloucestershire, England - explores the effect of a saracen lamp on multiple generations of young ...

Xavier Britto

Xavier Britto is an entrepreneur and chairman of Kerry Indev Logistics, a logistics company, Premier Futsal, an Indian futsal league, and Esthell Group of Hotels, a hotel chain. Britto established Indev Air Freight Station in 2015, Indias first p ...

Sakalakala Sammandhi

Sakalakala Sammandhi is a 1989 Indian Tamil language film, directed by Visu and produced by KRG. This film is adapted from T.K.Manians Radio Play titled Yaar Kuzhanthai, and dialogues written by Visu. The film has an ensemble cast including Visu, ...

Gouri Kumar Brahma

Gouri Kumar Brahma was an academician, literary critic, orator and writer. His works are mainly in Odia and Sanskrit. He was popular for his talks on Jagannath culture and literature of Upendra Bhanja in Odia, English Sanskrit and Hindi. He died ...

Athar Shah Khan Jaidi

In 1957 he moved to Karachi. In 2001 he was awarded the Pride of Performance prize by the Government of Pakistan. He wrote about 700 plays during twenty years. Khan started his career as a writer from Radio Pakistan and wrote around 700 plays. Hi ...

Shah Maroof Khushabi

Makhdoom Shah Maroof Khushabi was a famous sufi, saint and preacher of Islamic of Qadiriyya Silsila. He was the successor of Shah Mubarak Haqani. He was blessed with Chishti Order and Qadiriyya order.

Death Star (disambiguation)

The Death Star is a fictional giant military space station in the Star Wars universe, best known for its superweapon that can destroy planets. Death Star may also refer to:

Vacancy

Vacancy film, a 2007 American horror film No Vacancy, a fictional rock band in the 2003 film School of Rock "Vacancy" Law & Order: Criminal Intent, an episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent No Vacancy 1999 film No Vacancy, a 2012 film also known ...

Magna (The Walking Dead)

Magna is a fictional character in the comic book series The Walking Dead and the television series of the same name, where she is portrayed by Nadia Hilker. In both universes, Magna is the feisty leader of a small group of roaming survivors and, ...

Sera (Dragon Age)

Sera is a fictional character in BioWares Dragon Age franchise. The character made her debut in 2014s Dragon Age: Inquisition, where she serves as a party member. She is a member of a secret society called the Friends of Red Jenny, an enigmatic g ...

Yumiko (The Walking Dead)

Yumiko is a fictional character in the comic book series The Walking Dead and the television series of the same name, where she is portrayed by Eleanor Matsuura. In both universes, Yumiko is part of a small group of roaming survivors which is led ...

Shining Knight (Ystina)

Shining Knight is a fictional character from DC Comics. She is the third character named Shining Knight and appears as a major character from Seven Soldiers. She then reappears in The New 52 reboot as a new transgender character. She is based on ...

X force

X force, Force X, or other variations may refer to: Cable and X-Force, a comic book series starring the eponymous team and the character Cable X Force World War II a unit of the Chinese army based in India commanded by U.S. theatre general Stilwe ...

Dr. No

Dr. No may refer to: Dr. No song, a song by Systems in Blue Dr. No novel, a 1958 James Bond novel by Ian Fleming Dr. No serial killer, an unidentified criminal theorized to be active in Ohio between 1981 and 2004 Dr. No film, a 1962 film based on ...

Spectre

Spectre Dungeons & Dragons, an undead creature Spectre Blake, one of the elements of humans in William Blakes mythology

Quarrel

Quarrel may refer to: Quarrel James Bond, a James Bond character Quarrel Jr., his son Crossbow bolt, a crossbows projectile also known as a quarrel a disagreement an argument The Quarrel, 1991 Canadian film Quarrel, an alias used by two superhuma ...