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Reka

Reka may refer to: Reka, Lasko, a village near Lasko, Slovenia Reka river, a river in Slovenia and Italy Reka, Koprivnica, a village near Koprivnica, Croatia Reka Kladovo, a village near Kladovo, Serbia Reka, California, a former settlement in Ca ...

Moldova in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2010

Moldova debuted in the Junior Eurovision 2010, with their entry selected through Eurovisionul copiilor, a national selection consisting of 12 songs, organised by the Moldovan broadcaster TeleRadio-Moldova, on 25 September 2010. Ștefan Roșcovan wa ...

Trigon

Trigon may refer to: Trigon, a code name of Aleksandr Dmitrievich Ogorodnik, a Soviet diplomat who spied for the CIA Triangle, a polygon with three sides Trigon Ditson, a 1970 public art work by American artist Allen Ditson Trigon comics, a DC Co ...

Andrei Romanov

Andrei Romanov may refer to: Andrei Romanov swimmer, Soviet swimmer who participated in the 1988 European Junior Swimming Championships Andrei Romanov racing driver born 1979, Russian racecar driver Andrey Andreyevich Romanov, artist and great-ne ...

Michael Kirby

Michael Kirby may refer to: Michael J. L. Kirby born 1941, Canadian politician and Chair of the Mental Health Commission of Canada Michael Kirby boxer, Australian boxer and former Australian heavyweight champion Michael Kirby theater 1931–1997, p ...

Prism World Tour

Prism World Tour, also known as 2019 Pentagon World Tour 〈Prism〉 was the first concert tour headlined by South Korean boy band Pentagon. The world tour commenced with two shows in Seoul in April 2019 and continued onto Indonesia, North America, ...

Black Jesus

"Black Jesuz", a song on 2Pac + Outlawz 1999 album Still I Rise "Black Jesus" song, a song by American artist Everlast "Black Jesus + Amen Fashion", a bonus track on the 2011 Lady Gaga album Born This Way

Jingo

Jingo may refer to: Jingo, West Virginia, an unincorporated community in the United States Jingo novel, from the Discworld series "Oh By Jingo!", a 1919 popular song Jingo, the main town on Rossel Island in Papua New Guinea Jingo, Kansas, a commu ...

Taj

Taj building, Nowshera, Pakistan Taj Mahal, a medieval mausoleum in the Indian city of Agra Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces, international hotel chain Taj Palace, an Abbasid palace in medieval Baghdad Taj-ul-Masajid, mosque in Bhopal The Taj Exoti ...

Saint Matthias (disambiguation)

Saint Matthias was an Apostle. Saint Matthias may also refer to: St. Matthias High School, a girls private Roman Catholic high school in Downey, California St. Matthias Press UK or The Good Book Company, a Christian publisher in Surrey, England S ...

Bahram

Bahrām is a male given name. The older form is Vahrām Middle Persian: ‎, in Latin: Varrames, also spelled Wahrām, literally meaning "smiting of resistance" or "victorious". It is name of several prominent figures in pre-Islamic Persia. Verethragn ...

William Harper

William Harper may refer to: William Rainey Harper 1856–1906, first president of the University of Chicago Bill Harper, a character in Ambassador Bill William Claude Harper born 1944, American jewelry artist Willie Harper born 1950, former Americ ...

Roberto Lopez (disambiguation)

Roberto Lopez is a Colombian-Canadian composer. Roberto Lopez may also refer to: Christian Roberto Lopez born 1987, Mexican footballer Roberto Lopez Ufarte born 1958, Spanish footballer Roberto Lopez Rosado born 1961, Mexican politician represent ...

Jose Delgado

Jose Delgado may refer to: Jose Augusto Delgado born 1938, Brazilian judge Jose Manuel Mota Delgado born 1957, Portuguese footballer Jose Antonio Delgado 1965–2006, Venezuelan mountaineer Jose Miguel Arroyo Delgado born 1969, Spanish bullfighter ...

Anna Kaisa Partapuoli

Anna Kaisa Partapuoli is a Sami slam poet. In 2018 she was named Young Artist of the Year by a Sami festival Riddu Riddu. She also received Coop Nords cultural award in 2018.

Zayn

Abu Zubaydah Zayn Abu Zubaydah, a Saudi Arabian citizen held in U.S. custody in Guantanamo Bay Zayn-e-Attar, also known as Ali ibn Husayn Ansari Shirazi and as Haji Zayn Attar, a 14th-century Persian physician Zayn ad-Din disambiguation زين الدين ...

Robert Paine

Robert Paine may refer to: Robert Paine anthropologist 1926–2010, English-born Canadian known for his studies of the Sami people Robert T. Paine zoologist 1933–2016, American ecologist, who introduced the keystone species concept Robert Treat Pai ...

Klaus Makela

Makela was born into a family of musicians in 1996. His father is the violinist Sami Makela, his mother is the pianist Taru Myohanen-Makela. His grandfather Tapio Myohanen is a violinist and violist. His younger sister Ellen Makela dances in the ...

Hollywood Beauty Awards

The Hollywood Beauty Awards is the annual award show to recognizes the architects of beauty in hair, makeup, photography and styling in Film, TV and Music. The Hollywood Beauty Awards show had been held annually since 2015 and the event was forme ...

1882 in birding and ornithology

Birds described in 1882 include Blue-footed booby, Somali bee-eater, Growling riflebird, Mouse-coloured penduline tit, Orange-bellied manakin, Ouvea parakeet, Peacock coquette, Reichards seedeater, Silver-capped fruit dove, Speckle-chested picule ...

Assil Diab

Diab attended the Virginia Commonwealth University and graduated in 2011 with a bachelors degree in Graphic Design. She also holds a diploma in Digital Marketing and Advanced Social Media Marketing.

Gawaher

Gawaher is a Sudanese singer and songwriter, who has been based in Cairo since 1995. She is not only known for her songs and personality, but also for her striking presence and colorful music videos. She is also recognised for mixing Nubian and S ...

Omar Hassan

Omar Hassan or Hasan may refer to: Omar Hassan volleyball born 1991, Egyptian volleyball player Omar Hassan artist born 1987, Italian artist Omar Hasan born 1971, Argentine rugby union player Omar Hassan skateboarder, American skateboarder Omar S ...

Milli (disambiguation)

Milli- is the SI prefix for one thousandth Milli may also refer to: Milli Fire, wildfire in Oregon forest during the summer of 2017 Milli, a character in Team Umizoomi Milli Bus, a government-run bus service operating across Afghanistan "A Milli" ...

Guitarricadelafuente

Alvaro Lafuente Calvo, better known by his stage name Guitarricadelafuente is a Spanish singer-songwriter, guitarrist and musician. Lafuente started posting covers on different social media platforms like Instagram in 2017 while being unsigned. T ...

Serengeti (disambiguation)

Serengeti may refer to: Serengeti cat, a breed of cat Serengeti, a geographical region in Tanzania MV Serengeti, a Tanzanian passenger and cargo ship on Lake Victoria Serengeti Park, Europes largest safari park, in Lower Saxony, Germany Serengeti ...

Zel

Zel may refer to: Zero-length launch Zel sheep, a breed of sheep from north of Iran Zel, the twelfth letter in the Ottoman Turkish alphabet Zel novel, a retelling of Rapunzel by Donna Jo Napoli Zel Cryptocurrency IATA code for Bella Campbell Isla ...

Sevan

Sevan, Iran, a village in East Azerbaijan Province, Iran

Olim (disambiguation)

Olim means immigrants on aliyah to Israel. Olim LBerlin is a snowclone of that notion, used as protest against high consumer prices in Israel. Olim may also refer to: Olim botany

Eva Koťatkova

Eva Koťatkova is a Czech installation artist and film maker. In 2007 Koťatkova obtained her degree from the Academy of Fine Arts, Prague and went on the study at the Academy of Applied Arts in Prague as well as the San Francisco Art Institute. He ...

Renewal in Viet Nam: Theory and Reality

Renewal in Viet Nam: Theory and Reality is a political book written in 2015 by Vietnamese Communist Party general secretary Nguyễn Phu Trong. The text is a summary of past experiences and defines the tasks and objectives of the Vietnamese revolut ...

Love of the Mat Seller

Love of the Mat Seller is the ca cổ which was written in 1959 by Peoples Artist Viễn Chau. This brought Peoples Artist ut Trà On into the supreme class in cải lương. This is the "King of Vong Cổ", when mentioning Vien Chau, people immediately rem ...

Nine Dragons

Nine Dragons may refer to: Nine Dragon River, the Mekong River in Vietnamese especially the Mekong Delta Nine Dragons novel, a 2009 novel by Michael Connelly Nine sons of the dragon, from Chinese mythology, with magical functions in human world N ...

Jaar

Jaar may refer to: Journal of the American Academy of Religion, an American Journal on Religion Jaʿār, a town in the Abyan Governorate of southwestern Yemen Kiriath-Jearim, a biblical city in the Land of Israel

Zafir

Zafir or al-Zafir may refer to: Al-Zafīr, an ancient Arabian tribe Az Zafir, a village in western central Yemen Al-Zafir missile, a short-range ballistic missile Al-Zafir, a Fatimid caliph from 1149 to 1154

Propaganda (disambiguation)

Propaganda is a form of communication that is aimed at influencing the attitude of a community toward some cause or position. Propaganda may also refer to:

Ku Vajti

Ku Vajti is a song performed by Albanian singer and songwriter Elvana Gjata. The Albanian-language song was composed and written by Gjata together with Albanian producer Big Bang, who produced the song. In its love-inspired lyrics, "Ku Vajti" mak ...

Mike (song)

Mike friend) is a song recorded by Albanian singer and songwriter Elvana Gjata and Kosovo-Albanian rapper Ledri Vula featuring Albanian singer John Shahu. It was composed and written by the aforementioned artists together with Arber Zeqo and prod ...

Tavolina e merzise

Tavolina e merzise is a song recorded by Albanian singer and songwriter Elvana Gjata. The pop ballad was written and produced by Albanian duo Aida Baraku and Armend Rexhepagiqi, respectively, with the arrangement process handled by Macedonian pro ...

Milliondollar$mile

Milliondollar$mile is a song recorded by Swiss-Albanian rapper and songwriter Loredana. The German-language up-tempo rap song was written by the aforementioned rapper and produced by German producers Macloud and Miksu.

Mike Jacobs

Mike or Michael Jacobs may refer to: Mike Jacobs Illinois politician born 1960, Illinois State Senator Mike Jacobs, former news anchor for WTMJ-TV in Milwaukee from 1977–2015 Michael J. Jacobs born 1952, English photojournalist Mike Jacobs Georgi ...

WGA

WGA may refer to: In arts and entertainment: Writers Guild of America, East Web Gallery of Art Writers Guild of Alberta Writers Guild of America, an American union Writers Guild of America, West Other uses: Western Golf Association Wheat Germ Agg ...

HSA

Hayel Saeed Anam Group, a Yemeni conglomerate HSA Bank, one of the USAs oldest and largest health savings account administrators Haiku Society of America HSA Foundation, a not-for-profit engineering organization Hmar Students Association, in Imph ...

James Montgomery

James Montgomery may refer to: James Montgomery colonel 1814–1871, American civil war colonel James Montgomery footballer, born 1890 1890–1960, English footballer James Montgomery Flagg 1877–1960, American artist and illustrator James Montgomery ...

Charles Mackay

Charles Mackay, McKay, or MacKay may refer to: Charles McKay 1855–1883, American naturalist and explorer Charles Mackay mayor 1875–1929, New Zealand lawyer, local politician, and Mayor of Wanganui Charles R. Mackay, Australian immunologist, fello ...

John Denison

John Denison may refer to: John Denison arts administrator 1911–2006, British music administrator John Denison engineer 1917–2001, ice road engineer who operated in the Northwest Territories, Canada John Denison Royal Navy, 1853-1939, son of Geor ...

Stephen Leacock Building

The Stephen Leacock Building, also known simply as the Leacock Building, is a building located at 855 Sherbrooke Street West, on the McGill University downtown campus in Montreal, Quebec. The building was named after Stephen Leacock, a well-known ...

Cameron Hayes

Cameron Kingsley Hayes, known as Cameron Hayes, is an Australian artist specialising in large scale allegorical oil paintings in a figurative style. His paintings have been selected for numerous prestigious Australian art prizes including The Bla ...

Djambawa Marawili

Djambawa Marawili was born in Baniyala in Eastern Arnhem Land, Australia. He is the son of Wakuthi Marawili and Mulkun Wirrpanda. Marawilis mother, Mulkun Wirrpanda, is one of the few women in the Yolngu community who is acknowledged as a leader ...

Tony Maskill

Tony Maskill was born in 1948 in Manchester, England. He worked as the hotel photographer in the Southern Cross in Melbourne while studying photography at Prahran College of Advanced Education.