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Warcino

Warcino is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Kepice, within Slupsk County, Pomeranian Voivodeship, in northern Poland.

OD

OD, an abbreviation used in medical prescriptions for omne in die or "once daily", both meaning "take once every day" Oculus dexter, ocular dexter, or ocularis dexter, meaning "right eye" in general ophthalmologic or optometric usage, particularl ...

Trzebiez

Trzebiez - is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Police, within Police County, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, in north-western Poland, close to the German border. It lies approximately 15 kilometres north of Police and 28 km north of ...

Drogoradz, West Pomeranian Voivodeship

Drogoradz – is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Police, within Police County, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, in north-western Poland, close to the German border. It lies approximately 13 kilometres north-west of Police and 25 km no ...

Uniemysl, West Pomeranian Voivodeship

Uniemysl is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Police, within Police County, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, in north-western Poland, close to the German border. It lies approximately 12 kilometres north of Police and 24 km north of t ...

Gulshan Khan

Gulshan Khan is an independent South African photographer based in Johannesburg. Noted for her photojournalism work focused on social justice identity and human rights development, Khans work engages in multi-layered themes around the mediatized ...

Kistefos Sculpture Park

The Kistefos Museum is a contemporary art museum and sculpture park located in Jevnaker, Norway. The art park first opened to the public in 1996 with an exhibition of 25 sculptures. Founded by Christen Sveaas, the biggest shareholder of Kistefos, ...

Wilhelm von der Emde

Wilhelm von der Emde was a German-Austrian civil engineer. He played a major role in the development of the activated sludge process for biological wastewater treatment in sewage treatment plants and the establishment of an infrastructure for tre ...

Gustav Herzog

Gustav Herzog is a German politician. Born in Harxheim, Rhineland-Palatinate, he represents the SPD. Gustav Herzog has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of Rhineland-Palatinate since 1998.

Katrin Werner

Katrin Werner is a German politician. Born in Berlin, she represents The Left. Katrin Werner has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of Rhineland-Palatinate since 2009.

Salentin

Salentin may refer to: People: Salentin VI of Isenburg-Neumagen, the Count of Isenburg-Neumagen from 1502 until 1534 Hubert Salentin 1822–1910, German painter, associated with the Dusseldorf school of painting Salentin IX of Isenburg-Grenzau 1532 ...

Howard Brown

Howard Brown may refer to: Howard Brown pianist 1920–2001, Canadian pianist Howard Brown Halifax Bank born 1966, British employee of Halifax Bank who became famous for appearing in their commercials Howard Junior Brown 1924–1975, American gay rig ...

Ben Smith

Ben Smith musician 1905–?, American alto saxophonist and clarinetist Bennie Smith 1933–2006, guitarist Doc Brown rapper born 1977, British rapper, comedian, actor, screenwriter and voice-over artist, real name is Ben Smith Benjamin Smith engraver ...

Eli Kasifpûr

Eli Kasifpûr was a member of the central committee of the Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iran KDP-I. He was assassinated on August 15, 1990 in Konya.

James Watson (disambiguation)

James Watson is an American biologist and chemist, the co-discoverer of the double-helical structure of DNA, awarded the 1962 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. James Watson may also refer to:

Modesto Apaloo

Apaloo formed the Anlo Youth Association AYO in 1951 when the Gold Coast was still under British rule. His party was mainly active in the southeastern region of the country. This area is mainly occupied by the Anlo who belong to the Ewe people of ...

Roto-o-Rangi

Roto-o-Rangi or Rotoorangi is a rural community in the Waipa District and Waikato region of New Zealands North Island, located south of Cambridge and north-east of Te Awamutu. Parts of northern Roto-o-Rangi have been undergoing urban development ...

2014 Colorado elections

A general election was held in the U.S. state of Colorado on November 4, 2014. All of Colorados executive officers were up for election as well as a United States Senate seat and all of Colorados seven seats in the United States House of Represen ...

Cavan GAA Honours

1936, 1940, 1943, 1951, 1953, 1955, 1956, 1962, 1968, 1988, 2000

Gaelic Life

Gaelic Life is a Gaelic games newspaper. It has been published since 2007. A weekly publication, it appears on a Thursday. Though it offers coverage primarily of Gaelic games in the province of Ulster, it circulates through the other three provin ...

Annaghmore, County Armagh

Annaghmore is a small village and townland near Loughgall in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It is situated in the civil parish of Loughgall and the historic barony of Oneilland West. It is within the Armagh City and District Council area. It ha ...

Brenda McAnespie

Brenda McAnespie is an Irish sportswoman. She played ladies Gaelic football with her local club, Monaghan Harps, with Emyvale, and with the Monaghan county team.

Laragh, County Cavan

Laragh is a parish, in the Diocese of Kilmore, County Cavan, Ireland. The principal village in the parish is Stradone which is located 1 km from the N3 national road. There are three churches in the parish namely in Larah, Clifferna and Carrickal ...

Joanne Doonan

Joanne Doonan is an Irish Gaelic footballer and Australian rules footballer playing for the Carlton Football Club in the AFL Womens. Doonan signed with Carlton as a rookie during the 2019 rookie signing period in September. She made her debut aga ...

Nicola Borghetto

He started his senior career in Serie D with Liventina and Belluno. On 7 July 2017, he was signed by the Serie A club Verona, initially on loan, and assigned to their Under-19 squad. He appeared as the back-up with the senior squad twice in the 2 ...

Eleonora Berlanda

Eleonora Berlanda is a former Italian female middle-distance runner who competed at individual senior level at the 2005 World Championships in Athletics – Womens 1500 metres.

Dragomir Arambasic

Arambasic came from a notable Serbian family, his great-grandfather was Bimbasa Stanko Arambasic of the First Serbian Uprising. His decision to practice sculpture was influenced by his acquaintance with Czech sculptor Jan Konjarek, who lived and ...

Santa Maria Assunta, Poggio San Vicino

Santa Maria Assunta is a Roman Catholic parish church located on Via Borgo Garibaldi #17 in the town of Poggio San Vicino, province of Macerata, region of Marche, Italy. It is located in the hilltop ridge of the north corner of town.

John of Austria (Messina)

John of Austria or Don Giovanni dAustria is a monumental sculpture in bronze, originally gilded, of John of Austria by architect and sculptor Andrea Camalech, a native of Carrara who trained in the Florentine workshop of Bartolomeo Ammannati. Its ...

Temple of Santo Stefano della Vittoria

The Temple of Santo Stefano della Vittoria is a holy building located in Pozzo della Chiana, which is a small village near Foiano della Chiana in the province of Arezzo.

Monica Giorgi

Born in Livorno, Giorgi twice reached the third round of the French Open during her career and played one Federation Cup tie for Italy, against Australia in the 1972 World Group quarter-finals. Giorgi was very politically active and wore an anti- ...

Alessandro Di Munno

Alessandro Di Munno is an Italian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Italian club Vis Pesaro, on loan from Monza.

Sergius

Sergius was the name of a Roman Patrician Gens, Sergia, originally from Alba Longa. It is also found as Sergios. It may refer to:

Anthimus

Anthimus, also spelled Anthimos, Anthinos or Anthinus, is a Greek name for males. In Italian and Spanish, the name is rendered as Antimo. The name may refer to: Anthimus of Naples, Anthimus or Anthemus, the Duke of Naples from 801 until around 81 ...

Arnaldo Cantani

Cantani was born in Hainsbach, North Bohemia. He entered to study medicine at the University of Prague in 1855 and obtained his M.D. in 1860. In 1864, the Italian Government offered Cantani the Chair of Materia Medica and Toxicology at the Univer ...

Matteo Campani

He was raised in the youth teams of Pisa and began to receive call-ups to the senior squad late in the 2016–17 Serie B season. He made his senior debut for Pisa on 29 July 2018 in a Coppa Italia game against Triestina. The game reached the shoot- ...

Michele Riello

In 1927, Michele Riello ranking third in the interregional chess tournament in Venice and fourth in chess tournament in Naples and was awarded the title of National Chess Master. He participated in several Italian Chess Championships: Milan 1931, ...

Joe English (sailor)

Joe English, was an Irish yachtsman, professional sailor and sailmaker. He competed at multiple world championship level sailing events, including the Americas Cup, the Whitbread Round The World Race and Admirals Cup race series. In 1989, English ...

Adem Bona

Adem Bona is a Nigerian-born Turkish professional basketball player for Pınar Karsıyaka of the Basketball Super League.

Misericordia

Misericordia Church, Se, Braga, Portugal Misericordia Home, Chicago, Illinois Misericordia University, Dallas, Pennsylvania, USA Archconfraternity of the Misericordia, a Roman Catholic religious congregation Castelnuovo della Misericordia Miseric ...

Casasola, Italy

Casasola was founded in 1480 by Luca and Marco di Rosa hence the root name Rosa which continues to be the family name of most of the families from Casasola from the town of Maniago, approximately 8 kilometres 5 mi away. Luca was Marcos uncle and ...

Krassimira Banova

Krassimira Banova is a former Bulgarian female basketball player. After her playing career she started working as coach. She currently serves as a referee for the Bulgarian Basketball Federation. Banova is part of most successful generation Bulga ...

Old Mexico

Aztec Empire, an empire formed in 1428 that lasted until 1521 Tenochtitlan, the altepetl of the Mexica people

Magdalena

"Magdalena", a song by Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention from the 1972 live album, Just Another Band from L.A. "Magdalena", a song by David Gray from the 1996 album Sell, Sell, Sell "Magdalena", a song by Freddie Aguilar "Magdalena", a song ...

San Telmo (disambiguation)

Palace of San Telmo, a historical edifice in Seville, Spain San Telmo, Baja California, a city in Mexico Isla San Telmo, an island off the coast of Panama San Telmo, Buenos Aires, a barrio in Argentina Sant Elm, a town in Andratx, Mallorca known ...

Ricky Brabec

Brabec was born in San Bernardino, California and started BMX when he was five years old. When he was 15, he and his family moved to the desert city of Hesperia, California. First trying motocross, Brabec began rally raiding in 2011. In 2014, Bra ...

Hidalgo

Hidalgo, name of a fictional country in Central America in the Doc Savage stories

Santo Niño

Niño Dios of Mexico, a Mexican representation of the Infant Jesus Santo Niño Jesus de la Praga Infant Jesus of Prague, a French representation of the Child Jesus Santo Niño de Cebu, a Filipino representation of the Child Jesus Santo Niño de la Sa ...

Saint Philip

Saint Philip Benizi de Damiani also known as Saint Philip Benitius or Filippo Benizzi, from Florence, 13th century Saint Philip Neri Saint Philip the Apostle Saint Philip the Evangelist also known as Philip the Deacon Saint Philip Minh Van Doan o ...

Morelos (disambiguation)

Morelos is a state of Mexico. Morelos may also refer to: Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo Morelos satellite Morelos Dam, a dam near Los Algodones, Baja California Estadio Morelos, a sports stadium in Morelia, Michoacan Metro Morelos, a station on the ...