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Azerbaijan-Angola relations

Azerbaijan-Angola relations refer to the bilateral relations between the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Republic of Angola in the political, economic and cultural spheres.

Robam Moni Mekhala

Robam Moni Mekhala sometimes known as Robam Mekhala-Reamso and Moni Mekhala is a traditional Cambodian dance. It is a rain dance that explores the Cambodian myth of thunder, lightning, and rain associated with Hindu and Buddhist mythology. Most o ...

William Griswold (museum director)

William M. Griswold is an American art museum director and curator. He assumed his current position at the Cleveland Museum of Art in May 2014, succeeding David Franklin as the ninth director of the museum. He previously held various curatorial a ...

Robam Sovann Maccha

Robam Sovann Maccha is a traditional Cambodian dance. It narrates the encounter of Hanuman and Sovann Maccha during the construction of the causeway to Lanka in Reamker, a Cambodian version of Indian epic Ramayana.

Royal Academy (disambiguation)

Royal Academy of Dutch language and literature Real Academia Española "Royal Spanish Academy" or "RAE", the institution responsible for regulating the Spanish language Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, a British drama school

Prang

Prang Ku District, a district in the west of Sisaket Province, northeastern Thailand Bu Prang Camp, a former army camp in Vietnam Prang Ghar Tehsil or Pran Ghar Subdivision, a subdivision of Pakistan Prang,Brong Ahafo Region,Pru East District. Gh ...

AOL (disambiguation)

AOL Explorer, a web browser made by AOL AOL, abbreviation of aspect-oriented language AOL Broadband, a trading name of TalkTalk Telecom PLC, an Internet service provider in the UK Alert on LAN, a PC remote management technology from IBM and Intel

Jeanne Leuba

Jeanne Leuba was a French journalist, writer and poet. Having spent many years in Indochina and Cambodia, she is considered one of the most impressive of the women colonial novelists.

Lakhon

Lakhon may refer to: Lakhon pol srey ល្ខោនពោលស្រី, a dance drama genre that originated in the court of Oudong in Cambodia. Lakhon Yike ល្ខោនយីកេ, a dance drama genre originating in central Cambodia. Lakhon Bassac ល្ខោនបាសាក់ the dance drama genre ...

Magnum

Magnum Photos, a photojournalist cooperative Magnum Semiconductor, a spin-off of Cirrus Logic Magnum Research, a firearms maker Magnum Corporation, a Malaysian gaming company

Municipal Museum (Saverne)

The municipal museum of Saverne, a small town in the Bas-Rhin department of France, is the oldest museum in the historic Alsace region outside of Strasbourg and Colmar, having been founded in 1858. It is located in the former Rohan Castle since 1 ...

Lucille Douglass

Lucille Douglass was an American painter, etcher, and lecturer. She traveled in, depicted and spoke about Cambodia and China. In 1928 Douglass was described by the New York Evening Post as "one of Americas best known painters and etchers". Her wo ...

Dena Mwana

Mwana was born on December 27, 1986 in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo; her name at birth was Denise Mwanakitata Muwayi. She is the sixth child, from a family of eight children. Mwana began singing in public as part of a church choir, "Not ...

British Libyans

British Libyans are citizens or residents of the United Kingdom that are of Libyan ancestry. British-Libyans may also include children born in the United Kingdom to a British parent and a Libyan parent.

Magharet el Kantara

Magharet el Kantara or Shaw’s Cave is a rock art shelter of the Gilf Kebir National Park in the New Valley Governorate, Egypt. Located on the south-western slopes of Gilf Kebir, it was discovered in 1935 by the explorers Bill Kennedy Shaw and Rup ...

Gilf Kebir National Park

Gilf Kebir National Park is a national park located in the remote and hyper-arid New Valley Governorate, Egypt. Established in 2007, it has a surface area of 48533 km 2, equal of about 5% of Egypts territory. GKNP is delimited to the west by Liby ...

International Foundation

The following organizations have been called International Foundation: International Foundation for Human Rights and Tolerance, a human rights group affiliated with Scientology International Foundation for Science International Foundation for Art ...

Maya

Maya civilization, the historical civilization Maya peoples, of southern Mexico and northern Central America Maya script, the writing system of the Maya civilization Maya numerals, the numeral system used by the Maya civilization Maya art, the ar ...

Style

Automotive styling, commonly known as styling Human physical appearance#Clothing, personal effects, and intentional body modifications Hairstyle, the styling of hair In typefaces, one of the three traditional design features, along with size and ...

Gianni Vella

Gianni Vella was a Maltese artist. After studying in Rome, he produced many religious works which can be found in many churches in the Maltese Islands, but he also produced some secular works including landscape paintings, cartoons and a stamp de ...

Anna Grima

Anna Grima, born in Malta is an artist whose works have been exhibited in a number of European countries. Some of her work is held permanently in the National Art Collection of Malta through the Fondazzjoni Kreattività Art Collection.

Debbie Caruana Dingli

Debbie Caruana Dingli was born on 3 March 1962 to Mario and Bertha nee Curmi. Born into an artistic family, she represents the fourth generation of artists in her family, with her grandfather Robert Caruana Dingli and great-uncle Edward Caruana D ...

Notarial Archives

The Notarial Archives is an archive in Valletta, Malta, that contains about 20.000 volumes of contracts, wills and other legal documents from the 15th century to the present day. Its collections are significant both from a legal and historical po ...

Loranne Vella

She attended the following institutions for her Education: Thi Lakin School, Attard 1975-1976, St. Joseph School, BBajda 1976-77, St. Joseph School, Paola 1977-1984, Sandhurst School later known as Sir Adrian Dingli School, Pembroke Sept-Dec1984, ...

Kevin Moore (disambiguation)

Luka Bloom Kevin Barry Moore, born 1955, Irish folk rock singer-songwriter Keb Mo Kevin Moore, born 1951, American blues singer, songwriter and guitarist

Museum of Old Monaco

Museum of Old Monaco is a museum of Monaco’s material heritage. It displays ceramics, paintings, furniture and costumes, as well as sets out scenes of daily life from Le Rocher, Monacos Old Town. The fundamental mission of the museum is to preser ...

FMR

FMR may refer to: Fujitsu FMR, a Japanese computer architecture Mexican Rugby Federation Spanish: Federacion Mexicana de Rugby Monegasque Rugby Federation French: Federation Monegasque de Rugby Ferromagnetic resonance Federal Management Regulatio ...

Emma de Sigaldi

Emma Lackner was born on 22 December 1910 in Karlsruhe. As a girl she received classical dance training from Olga Mertens-Leger, Eugenie Eduardova and Tatjana Gsovsky. Later she was also taught expressive dance by Mary Wigman and continued to pur ...

Museum of Contemporary Art

Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, Iran Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Japan Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai, China Museum of Contemporary Art Bangkok, Thailand National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, South Korea 21st Centur ...

Jang Chol

Jang Chol is a North Korean politician and scientist. He is President of the National Academy of Sciences under the Cabinet of North Korea and a member of the Central Committee of the Workers Party of Korea. He was elected a deputy to the 11th an ...

Mohammed Al Thani

Mohammed Al Thani may refer to any people in House of Thani, or people with Mohammed given name and Al Thani as clan name. Mohammed bin Abdulla Al Thani, born 1982, Qatari businessman and mountaineer. Mohammed bin Hamad bin Abdullah Al Thani, Qat ...

Cocorico

Cocorico monsieur Poulet, a French-Nigerien film from 1974 by Jean Rouch. Cocorico magazine, a French art magazine Cocorico comedy duo, a Japanese comedy act ココリコ in Japanese Cocorico, a Brazilian TV program

NGC

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation, coin certification company in the United States NGC Corporation, name of US electric company Dynegy, Inc. from 1995 to 1998 Northrop Grumman Corporation, aerospace and defense conglomerate formed from the merger o ...

GSIS

Global Security Intelligence Services Education. Created to provide Certified Professional Security and Development Courses Accredited in the U.K. and soon to be Accredited in Trinidad & Tobago and be Referred to as: GSIS.Edu Global Security Inte ...

Panorama (disambiguation)

Panorama Cars album "Panorama" Cars song, the title track from the album Panorama music competition, an annual steelband competition held in Trinidad and Tobago Panorama Braintax album Panorama: Live at the Village Vanguard, an album by Jim Hall ...

HowDoYouSayYaminAfrican?

HowDoYouSayYamInAfrican? was an artist collective located in the DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York founded in 2013. The group, also called the YAMS Collective, was formed to bring a digital media piece titled Good Stock on the Dimension Fl ...

Jam (disambiguation)

Block signals – see Mobile phone jammer Radio jamming Echolocation jamming Improvise music – see Jam session Radar jamming and deception A firearm malfunction

Gypsy (disambiguation)

The Gypsy film, a 1975 French-Italian crime-drama film by Jose Giovanni Gypsy 1962 film, a film adaptation of the stage musical Gypsy Gypsy, a character in A Bugs Life Gypsy 2020 film, a Indian romantic road movie Gypsy 1937 film, a drama film by ...

MTG

Mtg is as an abbreviation for the words "meeting" and "mortgage". MTG may stand for: Middle temporal gyrus, a region in the brain Modern Times Group, a Swedish media company and owner of Viasat and Metro International Maria-Theresia-Gymnasium, a ...

Nicosia (disambiguation)

Nicosia Turkish Municipality, governing body of North Nicosia Lefkosa District, the Northern Cyprus district surrounding North Nicosia Nicosia Municipality, governing body of south Nicosia Nicosia District, the Republic of Cyprus district surroun ...

FAF

Faf du Plessis born 1984, South African cricketer Faf Larage born 1971, French rapper Faf de Klerk born 1991, South African rugby union footballer

Souhila Belbahar

Belbahar was born in Blida, Algeria, in 1934. A self-taught artist, she held her first exhibition in 1971, at the age of 37. Since that time, she has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Algiers. The Algerian Cultural Centre in ...

Louis Ferdinand Antoni

Not long after his birth, his family moved from Corsica to Algeria. There, he studied at the College St-Charles in Blida, then at the Lycee in Algiers. He was there only a short time before transferring to the Ecole des Beaux-Arts dAlger, where h ...

Kader Japonais

Abdel Kader HAIBAOUI, better known as Kader Japonais, is a popular, award-winning Algerian Raï singer and production artist. He was born in the neighborhood of Bab-El-Oued, Algiers, Algeria. He gained fame in the 2000s for singles like "Jibou la ...

APW

APW may refer to: All Pro Wrestling, a professional wrestling promotion Faleolo International Airport, Apia, Samoa IATA code APW Angiosperm Phylogeny Website, dedicated to research on flowering plants All Points West Music & Arts Festival, held i ...

Treat

treats!, a fine arts magazine that debuted in 2011 "Treats!" SpongeBob SquarePants, an episode of SpongeBob SquarePants Treats, a 1975 play by Christopher Hampton

Commando Training and Parachuting Initiation School

The commando training and parachuting initiation school, which is also known as the "commando training centre", is a specialized school belonging to the land forces of the Algerian army based in Boghar in the wilaya of Medea in Algeria.

Brice Delval

Born in Nice on July 15, 1999, Brice Delval grew up on the African island of Reunion, off the coast of Madagascar. At the age of 13, Delval left Reunion for Paris to pursue a Muay Thai career, where he joined the Mahmoudi Gym in Bonneuil-sur-Marn ...

Kala

Kala Ratri, a Hindu goddess Batara Kala, a god in Javanese and Balinese mythology Kalā, sixty-four performing arts Kāla, time Kirtimukha, a fierce guardian face Kala Bo, a Hindu consort goddess

Taga

Japan Hitachi-Taga Station in Ibaraki Prefecture Taga, Shiga in Shiga Prefecture Ohmi Railway Taga Line in Shiga Prefecture Yamashiro-Taga Station in Kyoto Prefecture Taga District, Ibaraki, Ibaraki Prefecture Taga Castle in Tōhoku Prefecture Tag ...