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Vogue Ukraine

Vogue Ukraine is the Ukrainian edition of the American fashion and lifestyle monthly magazine Vogue. The magazine has been published since March 2013, becoming the twenty-first local edition of Vogue.

Yasmina Azhari

Azhari was born in Latakia. Her father was Riad Azhari, who held the position of the Honorary Consul of the Netherlands at Latakia & Tartous in the 1970s. Her mother was a Serbian native. She studied French literature.

Taiwan Open

WTA Taiwan Open, an international level WTA tournament, 2016–2018 Taipei Womens Championship or Taiwan Open, a defunct WTA tournament, 1986–89 and 1992–94 Taipei Open or Taiwan Open, a WTA 125k level tournament

Taiwan Mulan Football League

The Taiwan Mulan Football League is a semi-professional womens football league, run by the Chinese Taipei Football Association, which represents the sports highest level in Taiwan.

Women in Love (disambiguation)

Women in Love film, a 1969 film adaptation of Lawrences novel Feng shui er shi nian 1983, Hong Kong-Taiwanese film written and directed by Chia Chang Liu, alternately titled in English, The Lost Generation, and titled worldwide in English, Women ...

Womens Amateur Asia-Pacific

The Womens Amateur Asia-Pacific was founded in 2018 by The R&A and the Asia-Pacific Golf Confederation, to create an event corresponding to The Womens Amateur Championship and U.S. Womens Amateur for Asia, analogous to the Asia-Pacific Amateu ...

Louise Horne

Dame Louise Horne is a former Trinidadian politician and nutritionist who introduced the school meals programme. In 2012, she still lived in the house in Arima where she was born, which she had inherited from her parents, and, as of June 2019, sh ...

2018 FIBA U18 Womens European Championship Division B

The 2018 FIBA U18 Womens European Championship Division B was the 14th edition of the Division B of the Womens European basketball championship for national under-18 teams. It was held in Austrian towns Furstenfeld, Gussing and Oberwart from 3 to ...

Akdoğan

Yalçın Akdoğan born 1969, Turkish politician and former government minister Necla Akdoğan born 1971, Turkish womens footballer, referee and manager Yildiz Akdogan born 1973, Turkish-Danish politician Onur Akdoğan born 1994, Turkish-German footballer

2017 Turkish Womens Cup

The 2017 Alanya Gold City Cup or 2017 Turkish Womens Cup was the first edition of the Turkish Womens Cup, an invitational womens football tournament held annually in Turkey. It took place from 1 to 7 March 2017.

Lebap Region Mosque

Lebap Region Mosque or Lebap welayatynyn bas metji is a mosque in Turkmenabat, Turkmenistan, the main mosque of Lebap Region. The mosque accommodates up to 3.000 worshipers at a time and is located on Bitarap Turkmenistan street.

Hezreti Omar Mosque

Hezreti Omar Mosque or Hezreti Omar metjidi is a mosque in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. The mosque accommodates up to 3.000 worshipers at a time and is located on Parahat-7 microdistrict.

Day of Remembrance

Day of Remembrance may refer to the following: Transgender Day of Remembrance 20 November, a commemorative day observed by the LGBT community National Day of Remembrance Cambodia 20 May, a commemorative day in Cambodia Day of Remembrance for Trut ...

Pepetua Latasi

Pepetua Election Latasi is a Tuvaluan civil servant who serves as the Director for Climate Change and Disaster Coordinator under the Office of the Prime Minister of Tuvalu. Her position involves working with the climate change policy of Tuvalu an ...

William (disambiguation)

List of people named William, a list of people with the given name will.i.am born 1975, American musician, member of the Black Eyed Peas Morgan William born 1996, American womens basketball player

Vespertinas

Vespertinas is an Uruguayan daytime talk show broadcast by Channel 4. It debuted on April 16, 2018, and focuses on a panel of three female presenters who interview public figures, discuss their lives, and discuss topical issues ranging from polit ...

Liga Femenina de Voleibol Argentino

The Argentine Womens Volleyball League or in is the highest women s volleyball tournament in Argentina. The champion team Qualifies to the South American Womens Volleyball Champion Clubs. Since 2003 it has been managed by FeVA. The current champi ...

Acne (disambiguation)

Tropical acne Chloracne Acne aestivalis Hidradenitis suppurativa, chronic abscesses or boils of sweat glands and hair follicles; in the underarms, groin and buttocks, and under the breasts in women Baby acne, a rash seen on the cheeks, chin, and ...

Mayerlin Rivas

Mayerlin Rivas is a Venezuelan professional boxer. She is a two-weight world champion, having held the WBA super bantamweight title since February 2020 and previously the WBA bantamweight title from 2015 to 2018.

Gabriela

Gabriela may refer to: GABRIELA, a feminist Filipino political party named in honor of Gabriela Silang Gabriela 2012 TV series, a 2012 Brazilian telenovela based on the novel starring Juliana Paes Gabriela 1975 TV series, a 1975 Brazilian telenov ...

Valencia Football Club

Valencia Football Club or Valencia Club de Futbol may refer to: Valencia CF, a Spanish professional football club based in Valencia playing in La Liga Valencia CF youth, "Juvenil A", the under-19 team of Valencia CF Huracan Valencia CF, a Spanish ...

Alaa Al-Eryani

Born in Egypt, Al-Eryani was brought up in Sanaa. After gaining a degree in digital film and television from Limkokwing University, she returned to Yemen in 2012. In April 2013 Al-Eryani founded the Yemeni Feminist Movement, a project on Facebook ...

Dorothy Tembo

Dorothy Tembo is a Zambian economist and trade and development expert. She is currently the acting executive director of the International Trade Centre, a joint agency of the United Nations and the World Trade Organization. She served as Deputy E ...

WLA

WLA may refer to: Workload Automation, an Information Technology tool used to automate IT and business processes. Harley-Davidson WLA, a motorcycle produced during World War 2 Weak-Link Approach, a molecular assembly methodology Winnebago Luthera ...

Zimbabwe Womens Bureau

The Zimbabwe Womens Bureau is a Zimbabwean womens NGO established in 1978. ZWB started as an effort by black Rhodesian academics, activists and businesswomen to "raise the awareness of women in the country, especially black women". To escape cens ...

List of members of the 5th Parliament of Zimbabwe

The 5th Parliament of Zimbabwe met between 2000 and 2005. At the time, the Zimbabwean Parliament was unicameral, consisting of the 150-member House of Assembly, 120 of whom were elected via first-past-the-post voting in single-member constituenci ...

Sultan (disambiguation)

Sultan comics, a fictional character in the Marvel comics The Sultan Disney, a fictional character in Disneys Aladdin franchise Rikishi wrestler, a Samoan-American wrestler who went by the ring name "The Sultan" Sultan name, including lists of pe ...

SNZ

Squash New Zealand, the governing body of squash in New Zealand Squirrel Nut Zippers, American retro swing band during 1990s SeaLink New Zealand, a group of companies including Captain Cook Cruises and Kangaroo Island SeaLink Swimming New Zealand ...

Fono (disambiguation)

The word Fono is used in different countries of Polynesia. In general, the term means councils or meetings great and small and applies to national assemblies and legislatures, as well as local village councils or any type of meeting between peopl ...

Vaea

Notable people with this surname include: Mathew Vaea born 1966, Samoan rugby union player Baron Vaea 1921–2009, Tongan politician Baroness Tuputupu Vaea, Tongan noblewoman and royal Ita Vaea born 1989, Tongan rugby union player Alipate Tuivanuav ...

Sika

Sika may refer to: Sika, Iran, a village Sika deer, a species of deer native to East Asia Sika AG, a chemical company based in Switzerland Sika language, the language of the Sika people Sika Club Beirut, a former association football club in Leba ...

Ila

Ila, Osun, a local government area in Nigeria Ila, Georgia, a community in United States Ila, Trondheim, an area in the city of Trondheim in Norway Ila, a traditional spelling of Scottish island Islay

Andra

Andra Whiteside born 1989, Fijian badminton player Andra Samoa, American Samoan chief executive and environmentalist Andra Neiburga 1957–2019, Latvian writer Andra musician, Zimbabwean-American musician Andra Day born 1984, American R&B singe ...

Chris Young

Chris Young or Christopher Young may refer to: Chris Young musician born 1985, American country music singer and 2006 winner on the television singing competition Nashville Star Chris Young American football born 1980, American football player; d ...

Brest

Brest usually refers to: Brest, Belarus, a city formerly known as Brest-Litowsk Brest, France, a city and harbour in Brittany Brest may also refer to:

Teo

Teo, a 1999 animated television series produced by BRB International and Violeta Denou Teo album, a 1957 album by Teo Macero and the Prestige Jazz Quartet Teo McDohl, a character in the video game Suikoden "Teo & Tea", the sixteenth studio album ...

Party of Labour

Party of Labour is a name used by various political parties throughout the world. American Party of Labor Swiss Party of Labour Party of Labour Turkey German Partei der Arbeit, a Neonazi organisation later renamed Volkssozialistische Bewegung Deu ...

Alita

Battle Angel Alita Japanese: 銃夢, romanized: Gunnm, the Japanese manga series, starring the eponymous Alita Battle Angel OVA, sometimes called "Alita", anime based on the manga Alita Battle Angel Alita Japanese: ガリィ, romanized: Gally, the mai ...

Dennis Brown (disambiguation)

Dennis Brown was a Jamaican reggae singer. Dennis Brown may also refer to: Dennis Brown rugby league, rugby league footballer of the 1960s for Wales, and Widnes Dennis Brown Bermudian footballer, Bermudian footballer and football manager Dennis B ...

John Swan

John Swan may refer to: John Swan cricketer 1848–1924, English cricketer John Swan Bermudian politician born 1935, British-Bermudian politician Swanee singer born 1952, Scottish-Australian singer John Swan John Swan Neighbours, fictional characte ...

Tre (given name)

Tre is a given name. Notable people with the name include: Tre Simmons born 1982, American basketball player Tre Whyte born 1993, British cyclist Tre Mann born 2001, American basketball player Tre Kelley born 1985, American basketball player Tre ...

Kenneth Thompson

Kenneth, or Ken Thompson, or Kenny Thompson may refer to: Kenneth Thompson ice hockey 1881–1933, British ice hockey centre Kenneth P. Thompson 1966–2016, American attorney G. Kennedy Thompson born 1950, also known as Ken Thompson, American busine ...

Vale

Vale Township, Butte County, South Dakota Vale, Oregon Vale, West Virginia Vale, Eagle County, Colorado Vale, South Dakota Vale Tunnel, Raytown, Missouri Vale Summit, Maryland Vale, Avery County, North Carolina Vale, Lincoln County, North Carolina

Roussel

Roussel may refer to: Roussel Uclaf, a French pharmaceutical company Roussel surname, including a list of people carrying the name Roussel automobile, French automobile manufactured from 1908 to 1914

Saint-Samson

Saint Samson of Dol, born late 5th century in Wales, active there and in Brittany Saint Sampson the Hospitable died c. 530, born in Rome, became a citizen of Constantinople and saint of the Eastern Churches

Braye

Braye-en-Laonnois, in the Aisne departement Braye, Aisne, in the Aisne departement Braye-sur-Maulne, in the Indre-et-Loire departement Braye-en-Thierache, in the Aisne departement Braye-sous-Faye, in the Indre-et-Loire departement

Oyin Ameen

Ameen Muktar Oyindamola, known professionally as Oyin Ameen, is a Nigerian businessman, talent manager and music executive. He is best known for managing talents and developing artists such as Da Grin, Reminisce, Jahbless, Emma Nyra, Sean Tizzle ...

KLC (disambiguation)

KLC is a rap music producer. KLC may also refer to: Kimberley Land Council, an association of Australian Aboriginal people K League Classic, the top tier of South Koreas professional association football leagues KLC Ann Arbor Koby Language Center ...

N (disambiguation)

N band, an atmospheric transmission window in the mid-infrared centred on 10 micrometres n-, a lowercase prefix in chemistry denoting the straight-chain form of an open-chain compound in contrast to its branched isomer N or F n {\displaystyle F_{ ...

Marienburg

Ordensburg Marienburg Malbork Castle, the large brick castle built by the Teutonic Knights Malbork, Poland, site of the Ordensburg Marienburg, formerly Marienburg Royal Prussia/Crown of the Kingdom of Poland 1466-1772, Marienburg in WestpreuSen a ...