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BET Awards 2020

The 20th BET Awards took place on June 28, 2020. The ceremony celebrates achievements in entertainment and honors music, sports, television, and movies. They also honored the many African-American people killed from racism. It was held virtually ...

                                               

Sary-Ozek

Sary-Ozek or Saryozek may refer to one of the following, related to places in Kazakhstan. Sary-Ozek, Jambyl Region, a settlement in Kazakhstans Jambyl Region Sary-Ozek station, a railway station Sary-Ozek. Farewell to Arms, a 1988 documentary abo ...

                                               

Richard Odada

Richard Odada is a Kenyan footballer who currently plays as a midfielder for Graficar Beograd, on loan from Red Star Belgrade.

                                               

Celine Lee

Celine Lee Xin Yi is a Malaysian karateka. She won the gold medal in the womens individual kata event at the 2017 Southeast Asian Games. In 2013, she won one of the bronze medals in the womens individual kata event at the 2013 Islamic Solidarity ...

                                               

Osmanganj Union

The area of Osmanganj Union is 6.122 acres. It is bounded on the south by Jinnagar Union, on the east by Char Fashion Municipality and Aslampur Union and on the west by Aminabad Union.

                                               

Temescal

Temescal, Temascal and Temazcal are all forms of the Nahuatl word temazcal which refers to a type of sweat lodge used by indigenous Mesoamericans. Temescal, Temascal, or Temazcal might also refer to:

                                               

La Mesa Motel

The La Mesa Motel was a historic motel on Central Avenue in Albuquerque, New Mexico, which was notable as one of the best-preserved prewar Route 66 motels remaining in the city. It was built in 1938and was added to the New Mexico State Register o ...

                                               

Hilltop Lodge

The Hilltop Lodge was a historic motel on Central Avenue in Albuquerque, New Mexico, which was notable as one of the best-preserved Route 66 motels remaining in the city. It began as a small three-unit lodging in 1941, and was expanded to 12 unit ...

                                               

Bad Jim

Bad Jim is a 1990 American Western film written and directed by Clyde Ware and starring James Brolin, Richard Roundtree, and John Clark Gable, Harry Carey Jr., Rory Calhoun, and Ty Hardin.

                                               

RHP

RHP may refer to: 1st Parachute Hussar Regiment French: 1er Regiment de Hussards Parachutistes or 1er RHP, an airborne cavalry unit in the French army Right-Handed Pitcher RHP film, Fujichrome 400 D Professional and Fujichrome Provia, a series of ...

                                               

ARM Montezuma

The Mexican Navy steam paddle frigate Montezuma was part of the Mexican Navy from 1842 to 1847. She participated in the Naval Battle of Campeche in 1843. She was one of the first paddle warships to see action in a naval battle. She was then purch ...

                                               

XHICT-FM

On November 17, 2015, Identidad Cultural por Tulum, owned by Manuel Isaac and Fayne Yazmin Caballero Colli, applied for the 104.7 social frequency at Tulum that the Federal Telecommunications Institute IFT had made available in its 2015 FM statio ...

                                               

Tecolote

Tecolote is one of several Spanish language words meaning owl. The word is of Nahuatl origin and is used mostly in Mexico and in areas of the United States colonized by Spain. Tecolote refers to: Tecolote Beach, a beach community in La Paz, Baja ...

                                               

Santo Domingo, Oaxaca

Santo Domingo, Oaxaca may refer to: Santo Domingo Ozolotepec Santo Domingo Petapa Santo Domingo Roayaga Santo Domingo Tomaltepec Santo Domingo Zanatepec Santo Domingo Tehuantepec Santo Domingo Ingenio Santo Domingo Yanhuitlan Santo Domingo del Es ...

                                               

Kingsmead

Kingsmead, Bath, an electoral ward in Somerset Kingsmead Square, Bath Kingsmead, a district of Shenley Brook End in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire Kingsmead, Cheshire

                                               

DJ Tunez

Michael Babatunde Adeyinka Also known as DJ Tunez is a Nigeria and USA based disc jockey. In 2015, DJ Tunez was asked by Wizkid to join Starboy Entertainment, as the official label DJ, DJ Tunez first production was in 2016’s Iskaba, a contagious ...

                                               

Brush Creek

Brush Creek may refer to the following places in the United States: ordered by state Brush Creek Township, Faribault County, Minnesota Brush Creek, Minnesota, an unincorporated community Brush Creek Sonoma County, California Brush Creek White Bre ...

                                               

Kim Jong-un National Defense University

The Kim Jong-un National Defense University is a university located in Ryongsong-guyok, Pyongyang, North Korea. The university focuses on the scientific and technical training of North Koreas national defense personnel.

                                               

Rashidabad

Rashidabad may refer to: Rashidabad, Isfahan Rashidabad, Sindh, Pakistan Rashidabad, Kerman Rashidabad, Bardsir, Kerman Province Rashidabad, Kermanshah Rashidabad, Kurdistan Rashidabad, East Azerbaijan Rashidabad, Razavi Khorasan Rashidabad, Jahr ...

                                               

Nikos Sotiriadis

Nikolaos Sotiriadis was a Greek international footballer, competing as a goalkeeper for PAOK. He was killed in the Greco-Italian War in 1941.

                                               

Caruban railway station

Caruban Station is a second-class railway station in Krajan, Mejayan, Madiun Regency, East Java, Indonesia, operated by Kereta Api Indonesia. This is only Madiun Regencys railway station where provides the passengers service. This railway station ...

                                               

Saradan railway station

Saradan Station is a third-class railway station in Sugihwaras, Saradan, Madiun Regency, East Java, Indonesia, operated by Kereta Api Indonesia. This railway station is at the most eastern railway station in Madiun Regency. This stations new buil ...

                                               

Cabuyao (disambiguation)

Cabuyao is a city in Laguna, Philippines. Cabuyao may also refer to: Cabuyao fruit, common name for Citrus macroptera, a species of wild orange Cabuyao railway station, a station of Philippine National Railways Cabuyao University, Pamantasan ng C ...

                                               

RBL

RBL may refer to: Reasonable benefit limits, a limit on Australian retirement benefits RBL Posse, a hip hop group from San Francisco, California Reserves based lending, also known as borrowing base’ financing, in the context of oil and gas is a c ...

                                               

Antipas

Antipas can refer to: Antipas of Pergamum, martyred bishop of the early Christian Church, referred to in the Biblical book of Revelation Antipas tribe, one of several Jivaroan peoples indigenous to the upper Amazon Herod Antipas, an ancient leade ...

                                               

Shilu

Shilu is the Pinyin transcription of several Chinese words and proper names. It may refer to: Shilu, Suzhou lit. Stone Road, 石路, a business street in Suzhou Veritable Records, historical records of Chinese imperial administrations Shilu Jurchen ...

                                               

Mozdoksky

Mozdoksky, Mozdokskaya, or Mozdokskoye may refer to: Mozdoksky rural locality, a rural locality a khutor in Stavropol Krai, Russia Mozdokskoye Urban Settlement, a municipal formation which Mozdok Town Under District Jurisdiction in Mozdoksky Dist ...

                                               

Orlovka

Orlovka may refer to: Orlovka, Iglinsky District, Republic of Bashkortostan Krasnaya Orlovka, Amur Oblast Orlovka, Karmaskalinsky District, Republic of Bashkortostan Orlovka, Fyodorovsky District, Republic of Bashkortostan settlements in Russia O ...

                                               

Novoderevensky

Novoderevensky, Novoderevenskaya, or Novoderevenskoye may refer to: Novoderevensky rural locality, a rural locality a settlement in Talitsky District of Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia Novoderevensky District, name of Alexandro-Nevsky District of Ryaza ...

                                               

TPU

Thermoplastic polyurethane, a class of polyurethane plastics Text Processing Utility, a language developed by Digital Equipment Corporation for developing text editors Tensor processing unit, a custom ASIC built by Google, tailored for their Tens ...

                                               

State Duma (disambiguation)

State Duma may refer to: Legislative Duma of Tomsk Oblast, formerly State Duma of Tomsk Oblast, Russian regional parliament State Duma Russian Empire, the lower house of the Russian Imperial parliament State Duma of Astrakhan Oblast, Russian regi ...

                                               

Nadym River Bridge

The combined single-level bridge over the Nadym River was opened on September 11, 2015. It is located simultaneously on the Surgut – Salekhard highway and on the Salekhard – Nadym – Korotchaevo railway line. It is an element of the Northern Latit ...

                                               

Makovo

Makovo may refer to: Makovo, North Macedonia, a village in southwestern North Macedonia Makovo, Bulgaria, a village in northeastern Bulgaria Makovo, Lipetsk Oblast, a village in Lomigorsky Selsoviet of Volovsky District, Lipetsk Oblast Several ru ...

                                               

Zaton

Zaton may refer to: Zaton, Sibenik-Knin County, a village located northeast of Vodice, Croatia Zaton, Astrakhan Oblast, a village located south of Astrakhan, Russia Zaton, Bijelo Polje Municipality, a village located southeast of Bijelo Polje, Mo ...

                                               

Dumat al-Jandal Wall

Dumat Al-Jandal Wall is located on the west end of Dumat al-Jandal in Al-Jawf province, in northwestern Saudi Arabia. The wall is 5 meters high and its built out of stone, the wall surrounds ancient Dumat al-Jandal.

                                               

Iron March

Russian nationalist Alexander "Slavros" Mukhitdinov founded Iron March in 2011 as a fascist online message-board. Mukhitdinov remained a murky figure at the time of the leaks. Iron March acted as a platform for militant neo-Nazi groups such as th ...

                                               

Marcus LoVett Jr.

Marcus LoVett Jr. is an American professional basketball player for Yalova Belediye of the Turkish Basketball First League. He played college basketball for the St. Johns Red Storm.

                                               

Stage Fort

Stage Fort was a fort that existed from 1635 to 1898 on Stage Head in what is now Stage Fort Park in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Stage Head was named for a fishing "stage" dating back to the original settlement by the Dorchester Adventurers Compan ...

                                               

Hamtree Harrington

James Carl Harrington was born in Columbia, South Carolina in 1889. At 14 years old, Harrington dropped out of school, ran away from home, and joined a traveling carnival.

                                               

Lee Soo-jin

Lee Soo-jin is a South Korean labour activist-turned politician currently serving as a Democratic member of National Assembly.

                                               

Kurunduwatta (Thimbirigasyaya) Grama Niladhari Division

Kurunduwatta Grama Niladhari Division is a Grama Niladhari Division of the Thimbirigasyaya Divisional Secretariat of Colombo District of Western Province, Sri Lanka. Colombo International School, Nelum Pokuna Mahinda Rajapaksa Theatre, Department ...

                                               

Havelock Town Grama Niladhari Division

Havelock Town Grama Niladhari Division is a Grama Niladhari Division of the Thimbirigasyaya Divisional Secretariat of Colombo District of Western Province, Sri Lanka. Isipathanaramaya Temple, Colts Cricket Club Ground, Havelock Park, Hejaaz Inter ...

                                               

2001 Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group II

The Asia/Oceania Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 2001. In the Asia/Oceania Zone there were four different tiers, called groups, in which teams compete against each other to advance to the upper tier. Winne ...

                                               

Maya Awards (Thailand)

Maya Awards, is an annual entertainment award presented by Maya Channel Magazine in Thailand. The awards honor people in the Thai entertainment industry and their achievements in the music, film, television and drama. A selected panel of filmmake ...

                                               

Capitalism and Slavery

Capitalism and Slavery is the published version, first appearing in 1944, of the doctoral dissertation of Eric Williams, who was the first Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago in 1962. It advances a number of theses on the impact of economic fac ...

                                               

Jean Basset (died 1707)

Jean Basset was a French Catholic missionary and Bible translator in China. Basset was born around 1662 in Lyon. He entered the seminary of the Paris Foreign Missions Society in 1684 and in 1685 was sent as a missionary to Siam. In 1689 he arrive ...

                                               

Bazar

Bazar may refer to: Bazar, Afghanistan Bazar, Ukraine Bazar, Mardan, Pakistan Bazar, Azerbaijan In Iran Bazar, Gilan Bazareh-ye Qarnas, North Khorasan Province Bazar, East Azerbaijan Bazargah, Qazvin, Qazvin Province Bazar, South Khorasan In Pola ...

                                               

Intermarium: The Land between the Black and Baltic Seas

Intermarium: The Land between the Black and Baltic Seas is a 2012 book by Marek Jan Chodakiewicz about the history of Eastern Europe. It has received mixed reviews.

                                               

Dorothy Randolph Peterson

Dorothy Randolph Peterson was an American teacher and actress who played an important role in the Harlem Renaissance through her efforts to promote and preserve the achievements of African-American artists.

                                               

Pasambahan

Pasambahan is a traditional Minangkabau dance that develops in various regions in the province of West Sumatra, Indonesia. This dance was performed in a welcoming ceremony which was intended as a welcome and an expression of respect for the guest ...