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Murari

Murari may refer to: Persons Murari Lal Sharma Neeras b. 1936, Indian author Murari author approx. 9th century AD, Sanskrit dramatic poet and author of Anargharāghava Murari Raj Sharma, Nepalese ambassador to the United Nations Sarvesh Murari, a ...

                                               

Peshok Tea Garden

Peshok Tea Garden is a village in the Rangli Rangliot CD block in the Darjeeling Sadar subdivision of the Darjeeling district in the state of West Bengal, India.

                                               

Herman

Herman, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin Herman, Michigan Herman, Arkansas Herman, Dodge County, Wisconsin Herman, Shawano County, Wisconsin Herman, Pennsylvania Herman, Minnesota Herman, Nebraska

                                               

Strange particle

A strange particle is an elementary particle with a strangeness quantum number different from zero. Strange particles are members of a large family of elementary particles carrying the quantum number of strangeness, including several cases where ...

                                               

Diligence (disambiguation)

Diligence is a behavior or work ethic with a belief that work is good in itself; also considered a virtue. Diligence may also refer to: Due diligence, a legal concept Diligence Scots law, a legal process in Scots law Management due diligence, an ...

                                               

Steve Ryan

Steve Ryan American football, American football coach in the United States Steve Ryan soccer born 1956, American soccer player Steve Ryan, curler in the 2014 Newfoundland and Labrador Tankard

                                               

Placid Njoku

Placid Njoku is a Nigerian Politician who currently serves as the Deputy Governor of Imo State. He was instated alongside his running mate Hope Uzodinma by the verdict of the Supreme Court on Emeka Ihedioha for his void election into office Placi ...

                                               

Yahaya

Yahaya may refer to the following people: Given name Yahaya Bello born 1975, Nigerian politician and businessman Yahaya Wumpini Abdul Ganiyu born 1991, Ghanaian football midfielder Yahaya Musa born 1986, Australian-American association football Y ...

                                               

Black currant (disambiguation)

Ribes ussuriense, Korean blackcurrant, in the genus Ribes Carissa spinarum, a tropical plant native to areas around the Indian Ocean Ribes americanum, American black currant Ribes laxiflorum, trailing black currant Zante currant, dried Black Cori ...

                                               

Juan Gabriel (disambiguation)

Juan Gabriel was a Mexican singer and songwriter. Juan Gabriel may also refer to: Juan Gabriel album, the 29th studio album by Juan Gabriel

                                               

Luis Mayoral (footballer)

Luis Mayoral Grande is a Spanish former footballer, who plays for Baltimore Bays as an midfielder. He was professional from 1967 until 1976. He spent the better part of his youth career with Atletico Madrid after starting out at Grenoble. He move ...

                                               

Romanian major

Romanian major, also known as lydian dominant flat 2 or flat 9, is a musical scale, noted for its flattened 2nd and sharpened fourth degrees, the latter a distinctive feature of Romanian traditional music. A C Romanian major scale has the notes C ...

                                               

Zoran Lazarevic

Lazarevic played for a Belgrade-based team Crvena zvezda of the Yugoslav First League from 1968 to 1975. His teammates were Zoran Slavnic, Dragan Kapicic, Ljubodrag Simonovic, Dragisa Vucinic, and Goran Rakocevic among others. With them, he won a ...

                                               

Tatranky

Tatranky are the Czech five-layer wafers with chocolate coating only on narrower edges. They were introduced in 1945. Originally they were supposed to have a triangular shape like the peaks of the mountains, from which the name was also derived, ...

                                               

George Chambers (disambiguation)

George Chambers was Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago. George Chambers may also refer to: George B. Chambers 1881–1969, English vicar and social activist George Chambers New York 1815–1880, New York politician George Frederick Chambers 1841–1 ...

                                               

Tahar Fazaa

Tahar Fazaa, is a Tunisian journalist columnist cartoonist, writer, sociologist and screenwriter.He is the screenwriter and creator of the television series Layem. Tahar Fazaa is a graduate from lEcole Nationale de lAdministration, Tunis, Tunisia ...

                                               

Victor Gonzalez

Victor Gonzalez may refer to: Victor Gonzalez, Jr. born 1975, Puerto Rican racing driver Victor Gonzalez cyclist born 1957, Uruguayan cyclist Victor Hugo Gonzalez born 1974, Colombian road racing cyclist Victor Gonzalez director, American televis ...

                                               

Brane (disambiguation)

A brane is a spatially extended mathematical concept that appears in M-theory. It may also refer to: Brane-Mouton, archaic name of Bordeaux wine producer Chateau Mouton Rothschild Brane cosmology, several theories in particle physics and cosmolog ...

                                               

Death by design

Death by Design may refer to: Death by Design, a crime novel by Barbara Nadel Death by Design: The Life and Times of Life and Times, a documentary about cell biology, also known as "Death by Design", an episode of Diagnosis Murder Batman: Death b ...

                                               

Kalutara (disambiguation)

Kalutara may refer to: Kalutara Electoral District 1947–1989, a former single-member electoral district of Sri Lanka Kalutara Vidyalaya National School, Kalutara, a school in Kalutara town Kalutara Vihara, a dagoba buddhist shrine located south o ...

                                               

Hollister

Hollister, California Hollister, Oklahoma Hollister, North Carolina Hollister, Missouri Hollister, Idaho Hollisterville, Pennsylvania Hollister, Wisconsin Hollister, Florida Hollister Ranch, a ranch north of Santa Barbara, California

                                               

Elysian Fields

The Elysian Fields, also called Elysium, are the final resting place of the souls of the heroic and the virtuous in Greek mythology and religion. Elysian Fields may also refer to:

                                               

Sport of Kings (film)

Sport of Kings is a 1947 American sports drama film directed by Robert Gordon and starring Paul Campbell, Gloria Henry and Harry Davenport. The films sets were designed by the art director Charles Clague. Two young brothers move to Kentucky after ...

                                               

National Federation of Energy and Gas

The National Federation of Energy and Gas was a trade union representing workers in the gas, nuclear, and electricity industries in France. The union was established in 1947, as the National Federation of Trade Unions of the Electric and Gas Indu ...

                                               

Backlash

Backlash may refer to: Backlash sociology, a strong adverse reaction to an idea, action, or object Backlash pressure group, a UK group opposing the 2008 law criminalising possession of "extreme pornography" Backlash engineering, clearance between ...

                                               

Members of the Northern Territory Legislative Council, 1968–1971

This is a list of members of the Northern Territory Legislative Council from 26 October 1968 to 23 October 1971. 1 The independent member for Fannie Bay and President of the Legislative Council, Harry Chan, died on 5 August 1969. Joe Fisher, a mi ...

                                               

Algol (disambiguation)

MAD programming language JOVIAL ALGOL short for Algorithmic Language, a family of computer programming languages ALGOL 58 NELIAC Burroughs Algol Dartmouth ALGOL 30 ALGOL 60 Simula Elliott ALGOL S-algol DG/L ALGOL W ALGOL 68 ALGAMS ALGOL Y ALGOL 6 ...

                                               

Michael McDermott

Michael McDermott may refer to: Michael McDermott, software engineer who committed the Wakefield massacre Michael McDermott musician, Chicago folk-rock singer Michael McDermott politician, Libertarian gubernatorial candidate for New York in 2014 ...

                                               

Dexterity (disambiguation)

Dexterity refers to fine motor skills in using ones hands. Dexterity may also refer to: The dexterity attribute ability score of characters in various games, such as Dungeons and Dragons Manuel and Manuella Dexterity, siblings from the Xombi comi ...

                                               

IIB

IIB may refer to: "Ice Baby", a hip hop song written by American rapper Vanilla Ice Islamic International Brigade, an international unit of Islamist mujahideen founded in 1998 IBM Integration Bus, an Enterprise Service Bus software product by IBM ...

                                               

World Beyond

Worlds Beyond or Beyond the World or variation, may refer to: World Beyond 2018 album, British synthpop album by Erasure, see Erasure discography Worlds Beyond TV series 1986-1988, UK supernatural documentary TV show Of Worlds Beyond 1947 book, a ...

                                               

Zorin

Valerian Zorin 1902–1986, Soviet diplomat Leonid Zorin, 1924–2020, Russian playwright Simcha Zorin 1902–1974, Soviet Jewish partisan in World War II Andrei Zorin born 1997, Russian footballer Sergey Zorin 1891–1937, First Secretary of the Committ ...

                                               

Fools Gold (disambiguation)

"Fools Gold" Goof Troop, an episode of Goof Troop "Fools Gold" American Dragon: Jake Long, an episode of American Dragon: Jake Long "Fools Gold" Ben 10: Alien Force, an episode of Ben 10: Alien Force Fools Gold 2006 film, a short film starring Ho ...

                                               

Yang Fan

Yang Fan may refer to: Yang Fan speed skater, Chinese speed skater Yang Fan footballer, born 1996, Chinese footballer Fan Yang artist born 1962, Canadian bubble artist Yang Fan weightlifter, Chinese weightlifter Duren13(Chinese: 独人13), real n ...

                                               

Civilization (disambiguation)

Civilization: Is the West History?, a 2011 British TV documentary Civilization film, a 1916 film Civilisations TV series, a 2018 sequel to the 1969 series Civilisation TV series, a 1969 documentary series by Kenneth Clark "Civilization" Star Trek ...

                                               

Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs (Pasundan)

The Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs was a government ministry of the State of Pasundan. The ministry was responsible for the schools, university, and religious matters in the State of Pasundan.

                                               

Ministry of Justice (Pasundan)

The Ministry of Justice was a government ministry of the State of Pasundan. The ministry was responsible for the justice system, penitentiary system, publishing of government gazette, dactyloscopy, and beachcombing in the State of Pasundan.

                                               

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (disambiguation)

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is a legendary Christmas character, originally from a booklet by Robert Lewis May. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer may also refer to: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer TV special, 1964 Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer vid ...

                                               

My Love

"My Love", by Majid Jordan from the self-titled album "My Love" Mary J. Blige song, 1992 "My Love" Lee Jong-hyun song, 2012 "My Love" London Boys song, 1987 "My Love" Petula Clark song, 1965 "My Love" Joe song, 2007 "My Love", by Lene Marlin from ...

                                               

Piece of Cake

A Piece of Cake: A Memoir, an autobiography by Cupcake Brown "A Piece of Cake", a 1942 short story by Roald Dahl Piece of Cake novel, a 1983 novel by Derek Robinson about a Royal Air Force fighter squadron during the first years of World War II

                                               

Adi Kurdi

Adi Kurdi was an Indonesian film and television actor known for his role as Abah in the television drama series, Keluarga Cemara, which aired from 1996 until 2005, with a series finale on TV7. His film credits included Aku Ingin Menciummu Sekali ...

                                               

Blue ice

Blue ice may refer to: Blueice, the predecessor of the Bluefire Supercomputer Blue ice glacial, created by glaciers Blue Ice video game, a PC video game from Psygnosis Blue ice aviation, formed by leaky aircraft waste tanks Blue Ice film, a 1992 ...

                                               

Dimick

Dimick may refer to: Mary Lord Dimick 1858–1948, the second wife of the 23rd United States president Benjamin Harrison Cecil I. and Mildred H. Dimick House at 575 West 800 North in Orem, Utah, United States, built in 1946 Dimick B. Huntington 180 ...

                                               

Apwint

Apwint is a culturally-specific term to Myanmar which is used to refer to individuals assigned male at birth who openly identify as women and are attracted to men. External to the local context, apwint are commonly regarded more broadly as transg ...

                                               

Jim Crawford

Jimmy Crawford drummer 1910–1980, American jazz drummer of the swing era Jimmy Crawford Home and Away, a fictional character on the Australian soap opera Home and Away Jimmy Crawford British singer born 1937, British pop singer in the 1960s

                                               

Chaco

Gran Chaco, a region in South America Chaco Department, a historical department in Paraguay and proposed in Bolivia Chaco National Park, a national park in Argentina Gran Chaco people, several Native American tribes in Paraguay, Bolivia, Argentin ...

                                               

Mansoura (disambiguation)

Arabic: منصورة ‎ or Persian: منصوره ‎ is a word meaning victorious. This general form summarizes all possible ways of writing the word in Latin script: soo/sou/su/so ra/re/rah/reh space/dash or connected El/Al or nothing man It is a common name f ...

                                               

Rivoli

Rivoli may refer to: Rivoli Cinemas, a multiplex cinema complex in Melbourne, Australia Rivoli, Piedmont, a town near Turin in Italy The Rivoli, a restaurant/club in Toronto, Ontario, Canada Rivoli Township, Mercer County, Illinois Rivoli surname ...

                                               

Tierra del Fuego (disambiguation)

Tierra del Fuego National Park, a national park on the Argentine part of the island Tierra del Fuego Province, Argentina Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego, main island of the aforementioned archipelago Tierra del Fuego Province, Chile

                                               

Nigel Williams

Nigel Williams rugby union, Welsh rugby union referee in 2004–05 Heineken Cup Nigel Williams karate, represented Bermuda at the 1995 Pan American Games Nigel Williams footballer born 1954, English former professional footballer Nigel Williams Ame ...