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2027 World Womens Handball Championship

The 2027 World Womens Handball Championship, the 28th event hosted by the International Handball Federation, will take place in Hungary in 2027. It will be the main qualifying event for the womens handball tournament at the 2028 Summer Olympics.

                                               

Tunisia at the Africa Cup of Nations

Tunisia participated in the Africa Cup for the first time in 1962. In that year the country came in third by beating Uganda in the consolation final with 3–0. That tournament, however, only 4 countries took part in the tournament. In 1965 Tunisia ...

                                               

2021 Womens Hockey Africa Cup of Nations

The 2021 Womens Hockey Africa Cup of Nations will be the eighth edition of the Womens Hockey Africa Cup of Nations, the quadrennial international womens field hockey championship of Africa organised by the African Hockey Federation. The venue and ...

                                               

2020 Malawian presidential election

Presidential elections in Malawi will be held on 2 July 2020, having originally been scheduled for 19 May. They follow the annulment of the results of the 2019 presidential elections.

                                               

2021 Mens Hockey Africa Cup of Nations

The 2021 Mens Hockey Africa Cup of Nations will be the 11th edition of the Mens Hockey Africa Cup of Nations, the quadrennial international mens field hockey championship of Africa organised by the African Hockey Federation. The venue and exact d ...

                                               

Jeffrey C. Manske

Jeffrey C. Manske is an American attorney who serves as a United States magistrate judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas. He was appointed to this position on August 1, 2001, and his current term will expire ...

                                               

Ur-gar

Ur-gar or Ur-nig was the last ensi of Lagash circa 2100 BCE, roughly contemporaneous with the last king of Akkad, Shu-turul. Ur-gar was a son-in-law of Ur-Baba, and succeeded to Ur-Ningirsu, or Pirigme. Several votive inscriptions are known of hi ...

                                               

Delting Up Helly Aa

Delting Up Helly Aa is the final festival in the Shetland Islands Up Helly Aa calendar, taking place on the third Friday of March in the parish of Delting.

                                               

Lynne Olver

Lynne Olver was a food historian, and sole author of the Food Timeline website. Lynne graduated from the University of Albany and worked at the Morris County Library, and was later appointed as director of the library in 2009.

                                               

Enrique Rubio

Enrique Vicente Rubio Bruno is a Uruguayan teacher, writer and politician of the Broad Front. He served as Director of the Office of Planning and Budget between 2007 and 2009. He is currently Senator of the Republic.

                                               

New Zealand Upgrade Programme

On 29 January 2020, the New Zealand Upgrade Programme was announced by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. The programme is a billion infrustructure package to improve roads, rail, hospitals and schools around the country, of which billion has been al ...

                                               

Eleonore Merza

Merza was born in Paris circa 1980. Her fathers family were Circassian, originally from Maykop in Adygea, but who were forced to flee from the region in the 1860s by the Russian government. This era became known as the Circassian genocide, where ...

                                               

NIWAKA

NIWAKA Corporation is a Japanese jewellery manufacturer and seller. The brand originated in Kyoto and its designs are inspired by elements of the culture and history of the city, such as the Gion Matsuri. Currently its headquarters are located in ...

                                               

Erica Rutherford

Erica Rutherford, born Eric Rutherford, was a British-Canadian artist, filmmaker and writer. She received Father Adrien Arsenault Senior Arts Award and was elected to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.

                                               

Project NEXT

Project NEXT is a proposed public transport payment system for New Zealand. Project NEXT was previously known as the National Ticketing Programme from early 2016 to early 2018, preceded by the Auckland Integrated Ticketing Scheme and Auckland Int ...

                                               

2020 Presidential Address to the Federal Assembly

The 2020 Presidential Address to the Federal Assembly was given by the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, on Wednesday, January 15, 2020 in the Moscow Manege. Putin devoted his speech to issues on demography, economics, medicine, and education. ...

                                               

Washington Library Association

The Washington Library Association is a professional organization for librarians and library workers in the U.S. state of Washington. It is headquartered in Seattle and has 1.504 individual members and 49 institution members as of 2019. WLA was f ...

                                               

New Alamein

New Alamein, officially New Alamein City, is a new city in northwest Egypt inaugurated by Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi on 1 March 2018. New Alamein lies on the Mediterranean Sea, approximately 85 km west of Borg El Arab International A ...

                                               

Ascodesmis nigricans

Ascodesmis nigricans is a coprophilous fungus that could be isolated from the dung of various animals. It was firstly introduced by Philippe Edouard Leon Van Tieghem, a French botanist, and was as the type species of the genus Ascodesmis. It is a ...

                                               

War and Diplomacy in the Japanese Empire

War and Diplomacy in the Japanese Empire is a 1935 non-fiction book by Tatsuji Takeuchi, published by Doubleday, Doran, and Company. Quincy Wright did the introduction. William L. Langer of Foreign Affairs described it as "a scholarly and thoroug ...

                                               

Peter Jakab

Peter Jakab is a Hungarian politician, President of Jobbik and member of the National Assembly. Since June 2019 he has been the Parliamentary group leader of the Jobbik. He was the Deputy Parliamentary Group Leader of Jobbik from February to June ...

                                               

2020 Northern Ireland Agreement

The 2020 Northern Ireland Agreement is an agreement put forward by the governments of the United Kingdom and Ireland, aimed at restoring the Northern Ireland Executive, which had been suspended following the 2017 Renewable Heat Incentive scandal. ...

                                               

Story of My Life (Lesley Roy song)

The Irish broadcaster RTE invited established songwriters and artists to submit songs from which they, in conjunction with 2FM, made a shortlist and chose their entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. For the first time in Irish Eurovision hi ...

                                               

Yabba-Dabba Dinosaurs

Yabba-Dabba Dinosaurs is an American animated television series and a spin-off of the original series, The Flintstones. Like Cave Kids, the show focuses on the lives of best friends Pebbles Flintstone and Bamm-Bamm Rubble, who are joined by Dino ...

                                               

Agapit Vallmitjana i Barbany

Agapit Vallmitjana i Barbany was a Catalan sculptor, in the Realistic style. His brother Venanci was also a sculptor, with whom he usually collaborated.

                                               

Human Design

Human Design is a pseudoscience combining astrology, I Ching, Kabbalah and the Chakras. Human Design was originated by Alan Robert Krakower who published a book called The Human Design System under the pseudonym Ra Uru Hu in 1992. Krakower claime ...

                                               

Shadow Cabinet of Keir Starmer

Keir Starmer became Leader of the Opposition in the United Kingdom after being elected as Leader of the Labour Party on 4 April 2020. Starmer appointed his Shadow Cabinet on 5 and 6 April.

                                               

Syed Aqil Shah

Syed Aqil Shah, is a Pakistani politician, president of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Olympic Association, and the former president of Pakistan Wrestling Federation, provincial minister for sports, tourism and culture who represented Provincial Assembly ...

                                               

Mazrak Zadran

Mazrak Khan Zadran was a Zadran chieftain who fought against the Afghan government during the Afghan tribal revolts of 1944–1947 in order to support the restoration of King Amanullah Khan. Some sources render his first name as Mazarak.

                                               

Sochi bombings

Sochi bombings a series of explosions that occurred in the city of Sochi, Krasnodar Krai, Russia, in 2008-2009. The explosions were carried out by Ilya Galkin and Mikhail Denisenko. Their motive was hatred of society.

                                               

List of Vinegar Syndrome releases

Vinegar Syndrome is a film restoration and distribution company that specializes in "protecting and preserving genre films" by licensing and releasing them on home video. Founded in 2012 in Bridgeport, Connecticut by Joe Rubin and Ryan Emerson, t ...

                                               

Mariam Batsashvili

Batsashvili started playing piano when she was 5 under Natalia Natsvlishvili at the E. Mikeladze Central Music School before continuing at the Hochschule fur Musik Franz Liszt in Weimar with Grigory Gruzman. In 2014, she won the 10th Franz Liszt ...

                                               

Charles Churchill (mutineer)

Charles Churchill was the master at arms on board HMAV Bounty during Lieutenant William Blighs voyage to Tahiti to transplant breadfruit to the British colonies in the West Indies. During a mutiny on the ship, Acting Lieutenant Fletcher Christian ...

                                               

William McCoy

William McCoy may refer to: Bill McCoy cricketer 1906-1980, New Zealand cricketer William McCoy mutineer c. 1763–1798, Scottish mutineer on HMS Bounty William J. McCoy Mississippi politician 1942-2019, American politician and Speaker of the Missi ...

                                               

Charles Churchill

Charles Churchill may refer to: Charles Churchill 1837–1916, founder of The Churchill Machine Tool Company Charles Churchill British Army general 1656–1714, general and brother of John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough Charles Churchill 1759–179 ...

                                               

Felt (disambiguation)

Cape Felt, on the Bakutis Coast of Marie Byrd Land, Antarctica Felt, Oklahoma, a small community in Cimarron County, Oklahoma Felt Cobblestone General Store, historic general store in Ontario County, New York Felt, Idaho, an unincorporated commun ...

                                               

Bangla

Bangla is the endonym of Bengal, a geographical and ethno-linguistic region in South Asia or of the Bengali language, an eastern Indo-Aryan language. It may also refer to: Bangla language or Bengali Bangla lipi or Bengali alphabet Bangla band, a ...

                                               

James Muecke

James Sunter Muecke is an ophthalmologist working in Adelaide, South Australia, and 2020 Australian of the Year, having been South Australian of the Year.

                                               

Macedonian Thrace Brewery

Macedonian Thrace Brewery is a Greek brewery, founded in 1996, based in Komotini and Vergina Beer is its signature product. It also has branches in Athens and Thessaloniki.

                                               

Cannabis in Liechtenstein

Cannabis in Liechtenstein is illegal with severe penalties for the production, sale, and possession of marijuana for medicinal or recreational purposes. According to the World Drug Report 2011, 8.6% of the population use cannabis at least once pe ...

                                               

EDA

Enterprise digital assistant Exploratory data analysis Event-driven architecture Enterprise Desktop Alliance, a computer technology consortium Electronic design automation Estimation of distribution algorithm

                                               

Green River

Green River Missouri, a river of Missouri Green River Intermediate River tributary, part of the Elk River Chain of Lakes Watershed in Antrim County, Michigan Green River North Fork Toutle River tributary, the largest tributary of the North Fork T ...

                                               

90ML (2019 Telugu film)

90ML is a 2019 Telugu-language romantic comedy film starring Kartikeya Gummakonda and newcomer Neha Solanki in the lead roles. The film is produced by Ashok Reddy Gummakonda, who previously produced RX 100.

                                               

My Last Breath

My Last Breath is a song by James Newman that would have represented the United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam. The song was released as a digital download on 27 February 2020. The song was written by Newman, Ed Drewett, ...

                                               

Rev

Revs video game, a 1984 Formula Three simulation computer game The Revs, an Irish rock band Revs graffiti artist, tag name of a graffiti artist in New York City Revs, the nickname for the New England Revolution soccer club in America

                                               

Leal

Pedro Leal, Costa Rican football player Juan Leal, First Mayor of San Antonio, Texas Walter Leal, American biochemist Ernesto Leal, Nicaraguan politician Cassiano Leal, Brazilian freestyle swimmer Yoandry Leal, Cuban volleyball player Danny Leal, ...

                                               

Turka

Turka Raion, Lviv Oblast Turka, Lublin County, in Lublin Voivodeship east Poland Turka, Ukraine, a city in Lviv Oblast, Ukraine Turka, Republic of Buryatia, a rural locality in Russia University of Tartu Folk Art Ensemble TU RKA, an Estonian folk ...

                                               

Urge

The Urge 1987–2005, St. Louis, Missouri, USA Rock/Ska band Urge album, a 1966 album by American trumpeter Ted Curson "Urge" song, the second and last single released from Endless Nameless album by The Wildhearts The Urge album, a 1991 album relea ...

                                               

Rumba (disambiguation)

Rumba, composition for harp by Carlos Salzedo 1885-1961 "Rumba", a track on Ill Niños album Revolution Revolucion Rumba, composition for guitar by Manuel Maria Ponce 1882-1948 "Rumba" Anahi song, song by Mexican singer Anahi

                                               

Chalice (disambiguation)

A chalice is a goblet or footed cup intended to hold a drink. This can also refer to; Flaming chalice, the most widely used symbol of both Unitarianism and Unitarian Universalism The Chalice and the Blade, a book by Riane Eisler Chalice pipe, a t ...

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