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Verrieres

Verrieres is the name or part of the name of several communes in France: Verrieres, Vienne Verrieres, Aube Verrieres-du-Grosbois, Doubs department Verrieres-de-Joux, Doubs department Verrieres, Charente Verrieres-en-Forez, Loire department Verrie ...

                                               

Miguel Augustus Francisco Ribeiro

Ribeiro was born on 2 February 1904 in Cape Coast. He is a member of the Tabom family, a family that traces its roots from Brazil. He had his early education at Winneba and Elmina Methodist Elementary Schools, and continued at Mfantsipim School f ...

                                               

Tango of Death (orchestra)

In Lviv, which was seized at the end of June, shortly after the Lviv pogrom carried out at the beginning of Jule, the "Jewish Worker Camp", later known as the Janowska concentration camp, began to form under the leadership of the German administr ...

                                               

Hans Lubinus

Hans Johann Georg Lubinus was a German sailor. He competed in the mixed 6 metres at the 1936 Summer Olympics and the mixed 5.5 metres at the 1952 and 1956 Summer Olympics.

                                               

List of members of the 1st Bundestag

This is a list of members of the 1st Bundestag – the lower house of parliament of the Federal Republic of Germany, whose members were in office from 1949 until 1953.

                                               

Schottky

Notable people named Schottky include: Walter H. Schottky, physicist Ernst Max Schottky, botanist Friedrich Schottky, mathematician Other links: Schottky diode and Schottky barrier in electronics and physics Schottky group in mathematics Schottky ...

                                               

Art 19

Art 19 is a German company that supports human rights organizations by raising funds through the sale of artworks. It was founded by four associates, Mike Karstens, Burkhard Richter, Bill Shipsey and Jochen Wilms, with backgrounds in the fields o ...

                                               

Signs of Life

Signs of Life Billy Squier album, 1984 Signs of Life, an album by Beaten by Them "Signs of Life" instrumental, by Pink Floyd Signs of Life, an EP by Every Move a Picture Signs of Life Steven Curtis Chapman album, 1996 Signs of Life Tara MacLean E ...

                                               

Palaeopolis

Palaeopolis, Palaiopolis, or Paleopolis, rarely spelled Palaepolis, can refer to: Palaeapolis Caria, now in Turkey Palaeopolis, Corfu, within the estate of Mon Repos on the Ionian Island of Corfu Palaeopolis in Pamphylia, now Akoren in Adana prov ...

                                               

Idania Perez

Idania Betzaida Perez Herrera is a Guatemalan retired footballer who played as a forward. She has been a member of the Guatemala womens national team.

                                               

Maricruz Lemus

Maricruz Lemus Melendez is a Guatemalan retired footballer who played as a goalkeeper. She has been a member of the Guatemala womens national team.

                                               

Gloria Lohaiza

Gloria Amarilis Lohaiza Barillas, known as Amarilis Lohaiza, is a Guatemalan retired footballer who played as a midfielder. She has been a member of the Guatemala womens national team.

                                               

In Treatment

In Treatment may refer to several adaptations of BeTipul: Terapia Portuguese TV series 2016, a Portuguese TV series based on BeTipul and starring Virgilio Castelo Sessão de Terapia Brazilian TV series 2013, a Brazilian TV series based on BeTipul ...

                                               

Yogen K Dalal

Yogen Kantilal Dalal is an Indian Internet pioneer and is recognized as one of "the fathers of the Internet". He is also a Venture Capitalist, Author and founded Glooko. He is considered a big personality in Silicon Valley. He was in the team of ...

                                               

M A Khaleq

Khaleq was born in 1921 in Sonarai, Domar Upazila, Nilphamari District, East Bengal, British India. He graduated from Carmichael College in Rangpur. He completed his masters and law degree from University of Calcutta.

                                               

Bhatan

Bhatan is a village located in Konkan Division, near by Panvel city from Panvel in Raigad district in the state of Maharashtra, India. It is 9 km from the Mumbai–Pune Expressway. The location code or village code of Bhatan village is 553475. As p ...

                                               

2018 Bihar riots

Bihar Communal Violence refers to a pre-planned riot and Anti-Muslim pogrom in Bihar. The riots were initially started on 17 March 2018 in Bhagalpur where Ram Navmi procession led by Arijit Shashwat turned violent and clashed started between two ...

                                               

2020 Tinsukia gas leak

The 2020 Assam gas and oil leak, also referred as Tinsukia gas leak or Baghjan gas leak, is a petroleum gas and oil leak that happened in Oil India Limiteds Baghjan Oilfield operated by John Energy Pvt Ltd in Tinsukia district, Assam, India on 27 ...

                                               

Ashish Kumar (boxer)

Ashish Kumar is an Indian amateur boxer who competes in the middleweight category. He won a silver medal at the 2019 Asian Championships.

                                               

Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali

Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali is an Indian politician and businessman. He is an Advocate by profession and was part of the 11th and 12th Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly from Darhal constituency. He is a second generation politician whose father Ch ...

                                               

Bijaya Kumar Nayak

Bijaya Kumar Nayak was an Indian lawyer and politician from Odisha belonging to Indian National Congress. He was a legislator of the Odisha Legislative Assembly.

                                               

Indraganti Srikanth

Indraganti Srikanth Sharma, was an Indian Telugu lyricist and writer. He wrote books, including short stories, radio plays, poetry and primarily lyrics during his lifetime career and was actively involved in Telugu literature and cinema of south ...

                                               

Mounasamy Mutt, Kumbakonam

Mounasamy Mutt, also called the Mounasamy Madam is a Matha dedicated to Mounasamy, located in the town of Kumbakonam in Thanjavur District, Tamil Nadu, India.

                                               

Agastheesvarar Temple, Kuzhaiyur

When Agastya came to Therazhundur in order to come out from the curse of destroying Vilvalan Vadhabi, he also came to this temple. When the celestial wedding of Lord Shiva took place at Kailash, all the people went there. At that time the north o ...

                                               

TS and AP J.A.C

The Telangana and Andhra Pradesh Joint Action Committee is a Telangana activist group. It is an organisation which is fighting for the Revoking of The Citizenship Act, 2019 And Rejecting the National Register of Citizens.It was Formed on December ...

                                               

Gaurav Jha

Gaurav Jha, or Gaurrav Jha is an Indian actor, singer and television personality. who works in Bhojpuri cinema and Odia cinema. He acted in Bhojpuri films like Jigar, under the direction of Premanshu Singh, opposite Dinesh Lal Yadav and Anjana Si ...

                                               

Subarnalata (TV series)

Subarnalata was a Bengali TV Series originally aired on Zee Bangla in 2010, which was based on the second part of the book trilogy by Ashapoorna Devi of the same name. During the lock-down imposed in Mar 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all sho ...

                                               

Naka Laxmaya

Naka Laxmaya was an Indian politician from Odisha belonging to Indian National Congress. He was a legislator of the Odisha Legislative Assembly.

                                               

Shikha Gautam

Shikha Rajesh Gautam is an Indian badminton player. A member of the Indian squad at the 2019 Badminton Asia Mixed Team Championships in Hong Kong, Shikha is current national champion and is ranked no. 1 Womens Doubles player in India.

                                               

Adalat

Adalat may refer to: Adalat 1958 film, a Hindi film starring Pradeep Kumar Meri Adalat disambiguation Adalat 1976 film, a 1976 Bollywood film starring Amitabh Bachchan Adaalat, a TV series that airs on Sony TV Aap ki Adalat, an Indian TV show hos ...

                                               

Papanasam (disambiguation)

Papanasam Dam, a dam in Tirunelveli district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu Varkala Beach, a beach in Varkala, in the Indian state of Kerala Papanasam taluk, a taluk in Thanjavur district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu Papanasam State Assem ...

                                               

Sumangali

Sumangali may refer to: Sumangali 1940 film, a Telugu film from India, starring Chittor V. Nagaiah and A. S. Giri Sumangali 1959 film, a Tamil film from India, starring K. Balaji and E. V. Saroja Sumangali 1983 film, a Tamil film from India, star ...

                                               

Oso

Oso, California, a former settlement in Yuba County, California Oso, Ontario, a community and former township now part of Central Frontenac Township, Ontario, Canada Oso, Washington, a census-designated place in Snohomish County, Washington

                                               

Kue bangkit

Kue bangkit is a small Indonesian biscuit that made from sago starch. It is one of the typical traditional Malay kue mostly associated with Riau province, Indonesia. The term bangkit in Indonesian means "rise" refer to the fact that the biscuit e ...

                                               

Abdikani Mohamed Waays

Abdikani Mohamed Waays was a veteran Somali diplomat. He was serving concurrently as Somalias ambassador to Egypt and the Arab League at the time of his death in May 2020 from COVID-19. Ambassador Wa’ays died from COVID-19 at a hospital in Kuwait ...

                                               

Andoque–Urequena languages

Andoque–Urequena is a language family that consists of a pair of languages, Andoque and Urequena. The close relationship of Urequena to Andoque was first recognized by Marcelo Jolkesky. Urequena is currently extinct, and is known only from an und ...

                                               

Andarig

Andarig or Anderiq was a middle bronze age kingdom in the Sinjar Plain region of northern Mesopotamia, located between the Habur and Tigris river. It is mentioned several times in the documents found in Mari. Andarig was one of the largest and mo ...

                                               

Wally Adeyemo

Adewale" Wally” Adeyemo is a Nigerian-born American attorney and political advisor serving as the first president of the Obama Foundation. During the Obama Admininstration, Adeyemo served as the first Deputy National Security Advisor for Internat ...

                                               

Andy McEntee

Andy McEntee is a Gaelic football manager. He has managed his native Meath since 2016. McEntee managed Meath to the final of the 2012 All-Ireland Minor Football Championship. He led Ballyboden St Endas of Dublin to the 2015–16 All-Ireland Senior ...

                                               

Shane McEntee (Gaelic footballer)

Shane McEntee is a Gaelic footballer who plays in midfield for St Peters Dunboyne and Meath. His cousin James plays behind him in defence for Meath. He is an officer in the Defence Forces. McEntee played for Meath in the final of the 2012 All-Ire ...

                                               

The Brigadier (painting)

The Brigadier is a 2004 painting by the British artist Lucian Freud. It is a larger than life seven foot high portrait of Andrew Parker Bowles. In 2015 the work sold at auction at Christies in New York City for.89 million. The painter and sitter ...

                                               

Birchwood (disambiguation)

Birchwood is a civil parish in the north-eastern part of Warrington, England. Birchwood may also refer to: a 1973 novel by John Banville the Birch tree and its wood

                                               

Ayi Silva Kangani

Kangani was born in Israel to Richard and Chantal, migrants from Togo. He is one of five children. In 2017, his family received temporary residency status which allowed his father to register him with a football club. His father chose Bnei Yehuda ...

                                               

Caterina Valentino

Caterina Valentino is a Venezuelan radio and television host, actress and model. She currently hosts the program Contigo. on La Romantica 88.9 FM in Caracas, a radio station part of the FM Center network.

                                               

Vincero (disambiguation)

Vincero is the concluding cry of the aria "Nessun dorma" from Puccinis opera Turandot. Vincero may also refer to:

                                               

Ogutu Okudo

Ogutu Okudo, is a Kenyan energy consultant and corporate executive who serves as Kenya country manager for SpringRock Group, an African upstream oil development company headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria. She concurrently serves as an energy consult ...

                                               

196 (disambiguation)

196 A.D. is a year. 196 may also refer to: Wyoming Highway 196 196th Infantry Regiment United States Jordan 196 K-196 Kansas highway Ohio State Route 196 Iowa Highway 196 Georgia State Route 196 German submarine U-196 196th Infantry Division Wehr ...

                                               

Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education, Guadalajara

The Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education, Guadalajara Campus commonly shortened as Tecnologico de Monterrey, Campus Guadalajara or ITESM Campus Guadalajara, is a campus of the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Educati ...

                                               

Amik Sherchan

Amik Sherchan is a Nepalese politician and former chairman of Janamorcha Nepal. He served as the Deputy Prime Minister & Health and Population Minister of Nepal in the interim government under Girija Prasad Koirala cabinet. Currently he is servin ...

                                               

Somnath Adhikari Pyasi

Somnath Adhikari Pyasi affectionately known as Pyasi, is a Nepalese politician serving as the 2nd and current Governor of Province No. 1 of Nepal. He is former member of the National Panchayat from 1986 to 1991 and member of Pratinidhi Sabha from ...