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Jafarov

Elnur Jafarov born 1997, Azerbaijani footballer Aghashirin Jafarov 1906–1984, Azerbaijani Red Army starshina Galib Jafarov born 1978, Kazakh boxer of Azerbaijani descent Rasul Jafarov born 1984, Azerbaijani lawyer and prominent human rights defen ...

Karamergen

In the first information about the existence of the ruins of ancient cities on the southern shore of lake Balkhash belong to the end of the XIX century.in the 1960s, under the leadership of Akishev, K. M. Baypakov and L. B. Yerzakovich, archaeolo ...

Amzebek Jolshybekov

Amzebek Rysbekuly Jolshybekov is a Kazakh politician, member of the Mazhilis from 1999 to 2012, parliamentary leader of Otan from 2004 to 2006, and then Nur Otan from 2006 to 2007, Deputy Chairman of the CEC from 1991 to 1993 and the Secretary of ...

Tyson Hepburn

Tysons career has mainly focused on Documentaries and Reality television productions in which he has contributed as creator, director as well as producer. Pyros, Jacked! and Cold Water Cowboys are few of the most notable TV series created by Hepb ...

San Marco (disambiguation)

Italy Piazza San Marco, St. Marks Square, in the San Marco district of Venice San Marco, Milan, or Church of St. Mark San Marco, Florence, a religious complex San Marco, Rome, a basilica St Marks Basilica, or Basilica di San Marco a Venezia, in V ...

Kitano temple ruins

The Kitano temple ruins is an archaeological site with the ruins of an Asuka period Buddhist temple located in what is now the city of Okazaki, Aichi, Japan. The actual name of the temple is unknown, and no structures of the original temple exist ...

Buddhism in Kyrgyzstan

Buddhism reached Kyrgyzstan in Central Asia via the Great Silk Road. Archaeologists have found traces of Buddhist influence along this ancient trade route. The most famous Buddhist sites in Kyrgyzstan are the Krasnaya, Rechka and Novopokrovka mou ...

The Mysterious City

The Mysterious City is a 1988 Cambodian-North Korean film directed by Norodom Sihanouk, former King of Cambodia. The film tells the story of a Cambodian archaeologist setting out to find a mysterious temple discovered by a woodcutter within the D ...

U Tak

U Tak, also known as Woo Tak, was a Korean Neo-Confucian scholar during Korea’s Goryeo dynasty. He was also commonly known as Yeokdong Seonsaeng. His pen names were Baekun and Danam, his courtesy names were Cheonjang and Takbo, and his posthumous ...

2nd Canadian Infantry Battalion

2nd Canadian Infantry Battalion can refer to: Units of the Canadian Army Pacific Force in 1945: 2nd Canadian Infantry Battalion The Seaforth Highlanders of Canada, 2nd Canadian Infantry Regiment 2nd Canadian Infantry Battalion The Hastings and Pr ...

Korea at the 2018 Winter Olympics (disambiguation)

Korea at the 2018 Winter Olympics refers to Korea and the Olympics. It may refer to one of the Korean teams at the 2018 Winter Olympics. 2018 Winter Olympics, held in PyeongChang, South Korea; with related venues, effects and environment at the W ...

O Kum-chol

O Kum-chol is an army general and politician in the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea. He is a vice-chief of the General Staff Department of the Korean Peoples Army and a member of the Central Military Commission of the Workers Party of Korea. ...

Chief of Army Staff (South Korea)

The Chief of Staff of the Republic of Korea Army, shorten as CSA, is the professional head of the Republic of Korea Army since its foundation in 1948, originally held by a Lt. General, then by a General since 1968. The appointment of the CSA, alo ...

Slingshot (disambiguation)

A slingshot is a small hand-powered projectile weapon. Slingshot may also refer to: Slingshot argument, an argument in logics that tries to show that all true sentences stand for the same thing

D-Day (disambiguation)

D-Day may also refer to: June 12, 2009, the final conversion date of the DTV transition in the United States D-Day military term invasion "D-Day", contemporary name for the Childrens Crusade in Birmingham, Alabama Friday the 13th, when referred t ...

The Advocate

The Advocate LGBT magazine, a LGBT magazine based in the United States Advocate: Newsletter of the National Tertiary Education Union, a newsletter of the National Tertiary Education Union The Harvard Advocate, a literary magazine from Harvard Uni ...

Donga Science

Donga Science is a monthly magazine about science published in South Korea. It was first published in January 1986 with the motto "the joy of science is a window to the future". The magazine contains information about science, including new disco ...

Born Again

Being Born again is a metaphor used in a number of religions Dvija the concept of being "twice-born" prominent in Hinduism since classical times. Born again is a Christian term for spiritual rebirth and salvation. Arhat or arhant, the Buddhist co ...

Ar-Rahman Mosque (Pyongyang)

The Ar-Rahman Mosque is a mosque in North Korea on the grounds of the Iranian embassy in Pyongyang, and is considered the countrys first and only Mosque. The mosque is associated with the Shiite sect which is dominant in Iran, however embassy sta ...

Stained glass (disambiguation)

Stained glass may refer to: Came glasswork, the process of joining cut pieces of art glass through the use of came strips or foil into picturesque designs in a framework of soldered metal Medieval stained glass, the coloured and painted glass of ...

Robert Jenkins

Robert Jenkins may refer to: Robert Jenkins American football born 1963, Americanformer NFL player Charles Robert Jenkins 1940–2017, sometimes known as Robert Jenkins, U.S. soldier who defected to North Korea; husband of Hitomi Soga Bob Jenkins b ...

Heo Hoon

Hoon participated in the qualifiers to the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup in China, he averaged 6.7 points, 0.5 rebounds and 1.5 assists Hoon represents the South Korean national basketball team, He represented the team at 2019 FIBA Basketball Wo ...

Kim Su-ji (curler)

Kim Su-ji is a South Korean curler from Uijeongbu. She currently plays second for the South Korean National Womens Curling Team skipped by Gim Un-chi.

My Fair Lady (disambiguation)

My Fair Lady is a 1956 Broadway musical. My Fair Lady may also refer to: "My Fare Lady", an episode of The Simpsons My Fair Lady film, a 1964 film adaptation of the musical My Fair Lady Oscar Peterson Trio album, another album My Fair Lady 2009 T ...

Andy Lee

Andy Lee boxer born 1984, Irish boxer Andy Lee footballer, born 1962, English footballer for Tranmere Rovers Andy Lee snooker player born 1980, Hong Kong snooker player Andy Lee footballer, born 1982, English footballer for Bradford City Andy Lee ...

9 (disambiguation)

9 2005 film, a 2005 short film by Shane Acker Nines film, a 2003 film The Nines, a 2007 film starring Ryan Reynolds 9 2002 film, a feature film by Umit Unal Nine 2009 live-action film, a 2009 film based on the musical of the same name 9 2009 anim ...

Local Hero

Local Hero or Local Heroes may refer to: Local Hero film, a 1983 Scottish comedy-drama by Bill Forsyth Local Hero album, a music album by Mark Knopfler from the film Local Hero musical, a 2019 musical based on the film Local Heroes UK TV series, ...

I Can See Your Voice (South Korean season 4)

The fourth season of the original version of I Can See Your Voice is a television mystery music game show that broadcasts originally on Mnet and its simulcast on tvN in South Korea.

Springtime

Springtime may refer to: Springtime 2004 film, a South Korean film Springtime 1929 film, a Silly Symphonies animated Disney short film Springtime! an entertainment company and record label Springtime painting, by Claude Monet Springtime 1947 film ...

Valza Zhegrova

Valza was born on 10 August 2003 in Prishtine, Kosovo. She originates from an Albanian family in Kursumlija, which were forcibly expelled by the Serbian Principality in 1878.

Avenue de Suffren

The Avenue de Suffren has one of its extrimities at quai Branly and the others at boulevard Garibaldi near place de la Republique-de-Panama. It is named for 18th century admiral Suffren. It intersects the avenues La Motte-Picquet, Lowendal, Segur ...

Songs for Pierre Chuvin

Songs for Pierre Chuvin is the eighteenth studio album by the Mountain Goats, released on April 10, 2020. It is the first album since 2002s All Hail West Texas to feature only the bands frontman, John Darnielle, as well as the first since then to ...

Azur

Azur may refer to: Azor, Israel, also called "Azur" Azur Air, a charter airline and former regional airline in Russia Azor, son of Eliakim, mentioned briefly in the Genealogy of Jesus in Matthew 1:13-14 Azur satellite, Germanys first scientific s ...

Ic

Integrated circuit, a set of electronic circuits on a semiconductor chip Interconnection, physical linking of a telecommunication carriers network Index of coincidence, in cryptography Interactive C, a programming language for robotic controllers

Flight 202

Flight 202 may refer to: Ariana Afghan Airlines Flight 202, a Douglas DC-4 which crashed in Lebanon on 21 November 1959 Pan Am Flight 202, a Boeing 377 Stratocruiser which crashed in the Amazon Basin on 28 April 1952 Emirates Flight 202, onboard ...

LQ

LQ may refer to: Businesses and organizations: Lebanese Air Transport IATA airline designator Laser Quest, an indoor lasertag game company LinuxQuestions.org, a self-help website La Quinta Inns & Suites, a hotel chain in North America London and ...

Buc

Buc may refer to: Buc, a nickname for the Bucciali, a French 1920s automobile Buc, Yvelines, a municipality in the Yvelines department, France Buc, Territoire de Belfort, a municipality in the Territoire de Belfort department, France Buc, a villa ...

FLB

FLB may refer to: Fly Linhas Aereas, a defunct Brazilian airline Breton Liberation Front French: Front de Liberation de la Bretagne Frihetliga Ljusdalsbygden, a Swedish political party Favourite-longshot bias Federal Land Bank, part of the United ...

LMT

Klamath Falls Airport, Oregon, US IATA code LMT Lebanon Mountain Trail, a hiking trail in Lebanon Lower Merion Township, a township in Pennsylvania bordering Philadelphia

Palm Island

Palm Island may refer to: Palm Island, Aruba, a private island Palm Island, a resort Don Pedro Island, Charlotte County, Florida, United States Palm Island, Lebanon, an island in Lebanon, also known as Rabbits Island Palm Islands, artificial isla ...

Mazices

The Mazices were Berbers of the North Africa who appear in classical and late antique Greek and Latin sources. Many variants of the name are known: Maxyes in Herodotus; Mazyes in Hecataeus; Mazaces; Mazikes; Mazazaces; etc. They are all derived f ...

Ramsdell (disambiguation)

George A. Ramsdell 1834–1900, American lawyer, businessman, and Republican politician Fred Ramsdell born 1961, American immunologist Homer Ramsdell 1810–1894, American business man Willie Ramsdell 1916–1969, pitcher in Major League Baseball Lewis ...

Visual Effects Society Award for Outstanding Animated Character in an Animated Feature

The Visual Effects Society Award for Outstanding Animated Character in an Animated Feature is one of the annual awards given by the Visual Effects Society starting from 2002. Since its inception, the awards title has gone through six title change ...

Roh (film)

Roh, or known as Soul, is a 2019 Malaysian Malay-language horror film. Set in the past, a family in the forest gets an unwelcoming visit from a strange little girl, who comes with a frightening prediction. It is scheduled to be released in Malays ...

Ram Leela (2015 Telugu film)

Credited cast: Anitha Madalsa Sharma as an item number Ali Bhanu Chander Havish as Ram Nanditha as Sasya Krishnudu Abijeet as Krish Saptagiri Nagineedu as Sasyas father Cameo appearance

Kanang Anak Langkau: The Iban Warrior

Kanang anak Langkau: The Iban Warrior is a 2017 Malaysian biographical historical drama film directed by Bade Hj. Azmi with the script co-written by Zainal Fikri and Asmira Suhadis, detailing the life and career of a soldier, Kanang anak Langkau. ...

Mappillai Sir

Mappillai Sir is a 1988 Indian Tamil-language film written and directed by D. S. Balagan from a story by Balachandra Menon. The film stars Visu, Mohan and Rekha. It was released on 12 August 1988. The film was a remake of the Malayalam film Karya ...

Tourist Trap (TV series)

Tourist Trap is a British TV mockumentary-style comedy series following the fictional tourist board WOW Wales. Sally Phillips heads the cast as the director of the organization. The show was first broadcast on BBC One Wales in 2018 as part of the ...

SWF (disambiguation)

SWF is an Adobe Flash file format used for multimedia, vector graphics and ActionScript. It stands for Shockwave Flash Movie. SWF may also refer to: SWF Seeks Same a 1990 novel by John Lutz Single White Female, a 1992 film based on the book Stand ...

MSG (disambiguation)

MSG Plus, styled MSG+, its sister channel MSG Network, also called MSG TV channel, an American regional cable and satellite television network, and radio service spun off from The Madison Square Garden Company The Message Bible, an idiomatic tran ...