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Luis Mendez

Luis Mendez may refer to: Luis Gerardo Mendez born 1982, Mexican actor and producer Luis Enrique Mendez born 1973, Cuban Greco-Roman wrestler Luis Mendez Belizean footballer 1990–2013, Belizean football defender Luis Soto Mendez born 1995, Costa ...

                                               

Edward Anderson

Edward D. Anderson 1868–1940, American general from World War I Edward W. Anderson 1903–1979, American Air Force general from World War II Edward Anderson American general, born 1864 1864–1937, American general from World War I Edward Clifford An ...

                                               

Jordan Smith

Jordan Smith rower, American rower and rowing coach Jordan Smith baseball born 1986, American professional baseball player Jordan Smith fighter born 1984, American professional mixed martial artist Jordan Smith Costa Rican footballer born 1991, C ...

                                               

Joseph Bailey

J. C. Bailey Joseph Carl Bailey Jr., 1983–2010, American professional wrestler Joe Bailey ice hockey, Canadian ice hockey player Joe Bailey English footballer 1890–1974, English footballer Joe Bailey footballer 1921–1996, Australian rules footbal ...

                                               

Siles

Siles may refer to: People: Siles Zuazo, Hernan, President of Bolivia Jemma Siles born 1997, Australian singer/songwriter Siles Salinas, Luis Adolfo, President of Bolivia Siles Reyes, Hernando, President of Bolivia Places: Puerto Siles, a town an ...

                                               

Eduardo Gorostiaga

Eduardo Gorostiaga Alcoreza is a Bolivian former professional tennis player. Born in La Paz, Gorostiaga goes by his nickname "Pacho" and is the son of national champion Issac, who was later an influential tennis administrator. Gorostiaga, who com ...

                                               

FPP

First-past-the-post voting Patriotic Front for Progress French: Front Patriotique pour le Progres, a political party in the Central African Republic Popular Front of Potosi Spanish: Frente Popular de Potosi, a defunct political party in Bolivia F ...

                                               

David Sanchez

David Luna Sanchez born 1975, Colombian politician David Sanchez Camacho born 1963, Mexican politician David Sanchez Heredia born 1966, Bolivian politician David Sanchez Juliao 1945–2011, Colombian author and diplomat David Sanchez Guevara born 1 ...

                                               

Adria (disambiguation)

143 Adria, an asteroid A region consisting of former Yugoslav republics: Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia Atri, Italy, a town formerly called Adria, in the Abruzzo region of Italy Operational Zone of the ...

                                               

Ekow Essuman

Essuman made his professional debut on 1 December 2016, scoring a four-round points decision PTS victory against Andrej Cepur at the Holiday Inn, Birmingham, England. After compiling a record of 8–0 2 KOs, he faced Andy Keates for the vacant Engl ...

                                               

Robert Green (disambiguation)

Robert Francis Green 1861–1946, Canadian businessman and Member of Parliament Robert A. Green 1892–1973, U.S. Representative from Florida Robert Stockton Green 1831–1890, 27th Governor of New Jersey and member of the U.S. House of Representative

                                               

Awang

Awang Hassan 1910–1998, Malaysian politician Awang Faroek Ishak born 1948, Governor of East Kalimantan Awang Adek Hussin born 1956, former Malaysian Ambassador to the United States Awang Alak Betatar or Muhammad Shah 1368–1402, first Sultan of Br ...

                                               

San Maung Maung

San Maung also San Mg is a Burmese politician who serves as a Amyotha Hluttaw MP for Bago Region No.1 Constituency. He is a member of the National League for Democracy.

                                               

Versus

Versus_IO, an online comparison tool Versus TV channel, former name of NBCSN, a United States national sports channel Versus 2016 film, a 2016 Russian sports drama film Versus 2000 film, a 2000 Japanese action horror film Vs. game show, a game sh ...

                                               

David Nshimirimana

David Shukuru Nshimirimana is a Burundian footballer who plays as a centre back for Zambian club Buildcon and the Burundi national team.

                                               

SRP

Stream Reservation Protocol, Ethernet enhancement Stack Resource Policy, a resource allocation policy Session Request Protocol, of USB On-The-Go Server Routing Protocol, a BlackBerry proprietary network protocol Secure Remote Password protocol, f ...

                                               

Claude Bakadal

Claude Bakadal is a French retired footballer who is last known to have worked as assistant coach at ES Viry-Chatillon in his home country.

                                               

Paul Brown (disambiguation)

Paul Brown screenwriter, American actor, producer and screenwriter for First Wave Paul Brown painter, American realist painter, worked on Museum of Polo and Hall of Fame P. R. Brown or Paul R. Brown, graphic designer, photographer, music video an ...

                                               

Michael Martin

Michael Martin 1958–2009, given name of graffiti artist IZ the Wiz Michael Martin Neighbours, fictional character on the Australian soap opera Neighbours Michael Martin poker player, American professional poker player Michael A. Martin, science f ...

                                               

Alireza Hashemzadeh

Alireza Hashemzadeh is a Karateka from Iran. He holds several gold and bronze medals at World and Asian Karate tournaments. In a poll conducted in 2018, among 50 national heroes and players, Hashemzadeh was ranked 7th out of 10 selected national ...

                                               

Kenney (name)

Kenney is a given name and surname or Irish, Scottish, and English origin. In Ireland, the surname is an Anglicisation of the Irish O Cionnaith. It is also a variation of Kenny, MacKenny, OKenney, or Keaney.

                                               

Michelle Rodriguez (tennis)

Michelle Boulle-Rodriguez is a former French-Chilean professional tennis player. When she started her career she was known as Michelle Boulle and represented France, then married tennis player Patricio Rodriguez in 1966 and becoming a naturalised ...

                                               

Gou (surname)

Gou is a Chinese surname. In 2013 it was shared by around 430.000 people, comprising 0.032% of the total population, with the province with the most people sharing the surname being Sichuan.

                                               

List of Chinese naturalized footballers

Since the year of 2019, to improve the national team, China had begun a series of naturalization on foreign-based players in order to improve the China national teams fortunes, with the naturalization of Nico Yennaris, an English-born Cypriot and ...

                                               

Yanga

Yanga may refer to: People Gaspar Yanga, leader of a slave revolt in Spanish colonial Mexico Yanga R. Fernandez born 1971, astronomer at the University of Hawaii Places Yanga, Veracruz, a settlement in Mexico founded by Gaspar Yanga Yanga, Burkin ...

                                               

Mark Brown

Mark P. Brown born c. 1950, former political candidate of the Democratic party Mark Brown Cook Islands, Cook Islands politician and Cabinet Minister Mark Malloch Brown, United Kingdom politician

                                               

Rafael Rodriguez

Rafael Rodriguez may refer to: Rafael Rodriguez Mercado born 1961, Puerto Rican neurosurgeon and politician Rafael Rodriguez baseball born 1984, Major League Baseball pitcher Rafael Lucas Rodriguez 1915–1981, Costa Rican biologist, botanist, and ...

                                               

Carlos Hernandez

Carlos Morocho Hernandez 1940–2016, Venezuelan boxer Carlos Hernandez boxer born 1971, Salvadoran American boxer Carlos Eduardo Hernandez born 1997, Venezuelan baseball pitcher Carlos Hernandez weightlifter, born 1983, Cuban weightlifter Roberto ...

                                               

David Jimenez

David Andujar Jimenez born 1991, Spanish central defender David Català Jimenez born 1980, Spanish central defender Diego David Jimenez born 1979, Spanish midfielder David Morillas Jimenez born 1986, Spanish left back

                                               

Lyra (disambiguation)

Byzantine lyra, a bowed string musical instrument used in the Byzantine Empire Kemenche, a bowed instrument used in folk music in Turkey, Greece and Iran Lira da braccio, a European bowed string instrument of the Renaissance Lyra, a composition f ...

                                               

Gasinci Military Training Grounds

The Gasinci military training grounds is a Croatian Army training base located 10 kilometers from Dakovo, in the region of Slavonia, Croatia. The complex is a part of the Croatian Army Training and Doctrine Command.

                                               

Dagmar

Dagmar American actress 1921–2001, main stage name of American actress Virginia Ruth Egnor Dagmar Puerto Rican entertainer born 1955, Puerto Rican entertainer Dagmar Rivera Dagmar given name, a feminine Scandinavian and German given name Berthe D ...

                                               

Jose Guerrero

Jose Guerrero tennis, Spanish tennis player Jose Maria Guerrero footballer, Ecuadorian football soccer player Jose Felix Guerrero born 1975, Spanish footballer Jose Paolo Guerrero born 1984, Peruvian football soccer player Jose Daniel Guerrero bo ...

                                               

Fateh

Fateh is an Arabic word means "conqueror", and is used in many other languages of Islamic world. Places, Political groups and Masjids Fatah, a Palestinian political affiliation El Fateh, Egyptian city Al Fateh Mosque Al Fateh Sports Club, a Saudi ...

                                               

Pick

Pick Lake Cochrane District, Ontario, a lake in Canada Pick City, North Dakota, a town in the United States Pick Mere, a lake in Pickmere, England Pick Lake Thunder Bay District, a lake in Canada

                                               

John Grace

John P. Grace, mayor of Charleston, South Carolina, namesake of the John P. Grace Memorial Bridge John Grace British politician 1886–1972, British Member of Parliament for Wirral 1924–1931 John W. Grace 1927–2009, first Privacy Commissioner of Ca ...

                                               

Vicente Lopez

Vicente Maria Epifanio Lopez Madrigal 1880–1972, Filipino businessman Vicente Lopez Carril 1942–1980, Spanish road racing cyclist Vicente Lopez y Planes 1785–1856, Argentine writer and politician Vicente Fidel Lopez 1815–1903, Argentine historian ...

                                               

El Presidente

El Presidente band, a Scottish glam rock band El Presidente album, a 2005 album by the band El Presidente film, a 2012 Filipino film "El Presidente", a 2004 song by the Modena City Ramblers "El Presidente", a song by Herb Alperts Tijuana Brass fr ...

                                               

Brace

Orthopaedic brace, a device used to restrict or assist body movement Milwaukee brace, a kind of back brace used in the treatment of spinal curvatures Boston brace, a kind of back brace used in the treatment of spinal curvatures Back brace, a devi ...

                                               

Barrier (surname)

Barrier is the surname of the following people: Fannie Barrier Williams 1855–1944, American educator and political and womens rights activist James Barrier 1953–2008, American wrestling promoter Eric B. Louis Eric Barrier, born 1963, American hip ...

                                               

Rebels

Rebels may refer to: Rebels Motorcycle Club, an outlaw motorcycle club in Australia Star Wars Rebels, a CGI animated television series Rebel Alliance, a fictional group of heroes from Star Wars Rebels album, a 2006 studio album by RBD Ole Miss Re ...

                                               

George Cole

G. Emerson Cole 1919–2012, George Emerson Cole, American TV and radio announcer, DJ George Cole musician born 1960, American guitarist, gypsy jazz, bluegrass George Cole artist 1810–1883, English landscape painter, father of George Vicat Cole Geo ...

                                               

Tatia Dumbadse

Tatia Dumbadse is a Georgian footballer who plays as a midfielder. She has played officially for the senior Georgia womens national team.

                                               

Rashid Seidu

Rashid Seidu is a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Legon Cities in the Ghana Premier League. In 2015, he earned a national call-up and was a member of the Ghana U23 for the 2015 All-Africa Games.

                                               

Coach

Coach USA, an American bus transport company Coach Canada, a Canadian bus transport company Coach bus, an automotive vehicle for long-distance travel Coach carriage, a horse-drawn vehicle Coach rail, a type of passenger car Coach scheduled transp ...

                                               

Julio Martinez

Julio Martinez or Julio Martinez may refer to: Julio Martinez footballer, born 2000, Spanish footballer Julio Martinez weightlifter born 1949, Puerto Rican weightlifter J. D. Martinez full name Julio Daniel Martinez, American baseball outfielder ...

                                               

Asuncion (disambiguation)

La Asuncion District, in Belen Canton, Heredia province, Costa Rica Costa Rica La Nueva Guatemala de la Asuncion, the formal name of Guatemala City, Guatemala Asuncion Mita, a municipality in the Jutiapa department of Guatemala Guatemala Asuncion ...

                                               

Possum

Common opossum, native to Central and South America Virginia opossum, native to North America Opossum, or possum, an order Didelphimorphia of marsupials native to the Americas Phalangeriformes, or possums, any of a number of arboreal marsupial sp ...

                                               

Adolphe Alesina

Papua New Guinea: 1991, CIS former USSR: 1992. France 5 caps 1991 to 1993, against Great Britain: 1991, 1993,

                                               

Yellow Bird

Yellow Bird may refer to: Yellow Bird cocktail, a Caribbean, IBA official cocktail Yellow warbler, a bird in the genus Setophaga Yellowbird, a covert operation after the June 4 crackdown in Tiananmen Square in 1989 that helped dissidents flee ove ...