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Estadio Borregos

Estadio Borregos is a multi-purpose stadium in Monterrey, Mexico. It is the home stadium for the college football team Borregos Salvajes Monterrey of the ONEFA and the professional American football team Fundidores Monterrey from the Liga de Futb ...

                                               

Ring

Ring most commonly refers either to a hollow circular shape or to a high-pitched sound. It thus may refer to: Ring jewellery, a circular, decorative or symbolic ornament worn on fingers, toes, arm or neck Ring may also refer to:

                                               

Rose Solecki

Rose L. Solecki was an American archaeologist, who worked with her husband Ralph Solecki on excavations in Iraq, Iraq, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, and Sudan.

                                               

Wu Wen-chia

Wu Wen-chia is a Taiwanese former international table tennis player. Wu, who was the U.S. Open champion in 1984, represented Chinese Taipei at two Olympics Games and won three Asian Games bronze medals for his country. At the 1988 Summer Olympics ...

                                               

WO

WO or Wo may refer to: Arts and entertainment: Wo Fat, a fictional nemesis of Steve McGarrett on the television show Hawaii 5-0 Warhammer Online, a MMORPG Zhang Wo, a Chinese painter of the Yuan Dynasty Businesses and organizations: World Airways ...

                                               

Chen Chi-ting

Chen Chi-ting is a Taiwanese badminton player. Chen who educated in Kaohsiung middle school, was the winner of Asian Junior U–17 Championships in 2015, and later won the bronze medal in the U–19 Championships in 2017. He captured the boys singles ...

                                               

2006 London Marathon

The 2006 London Marathon was the 26th running of the annual marathon race in London, United Kingdom, which took place on Sunday, 23 April. The elite mens race was won by Kenyas Felix Limo in a time of 2:06:39 hours and the womens race was won by ...

                                               

1984 London Marathon

The 1984 London Marathon was the fourth running of the annual marathon race in London, United Kingdom, which took place on Sunday, 13 May. The elite mens race was won by home athlete Charlie Spedding in a time of 2:09:57 hours and the womens race ...

                                               

2005 London Marathon

The 2005 London Marathon was the 25th running of the annual marathon race in London, United Kingdom, which took place on Sunday, 17 April. The elite mens race was won by Kenyas Martin Lel in a time of 2:07:26 hours and the womens race was won by ...

                                               

Richard Fox

Richard Maxwell Fox fl. 1847–1852, Member of the UK Parliament for Longford Richard Kenneth Fox 1925–2017, former United States Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago Richard Fox died 1435, Member of the UK Parliament for Shropshire

                                               

Adil Karaismailoğlu

Adil Karaismailoğlu is a Turkish mechanical engineer, civil servant and current Minister of Transport and Infrastructure. Adil Karaismailoğlu was born in Trabzon, northern Turkey in 1969. After finishing the Trabzon High School, he studied Mechan ...

                                               

Joshua Johnson

Joshua Johnson footballer, born 1884 1884–?, English football goalkeeper Josh Johnson quarterback born 1986, American football quarterback Josh Johnson cornerback born 1990, American football cornerback in the Canadian Football League Josh Johnso ...

                                               

Donbas (disambiguation)

Donbas and Donbass are alternative names for the Donets Basin. Donbas or Donbass may also refer to: Donbass Palace, a 5-star hotel in Donetsk, Ukraine Donbass Peoples Militia, an armed pro-Russian group in Ukraine involved in the ongoing war Donb ...

                                               

Chevrolet (disambiguation)

Chevrolet, nicknamed Chevy, is an American automobile brand. The name Chevrolet or Chevy may also refer to: People Chevy Chase b. 1941, American comedian Gaston Chevrolet 1892–1920, Swiss-American racer and businessman Louis Chevrolet 1878–1941, ...

                                               

Paul Young (disambiguation)

Paul Young actor born 1944, Scottish actor Paul Young producer born 1967, Irish animator and film producer, who co-developed The Secret of Kells Paul A. Young born 1973, English pastry chef Paul Young singer, born 1947 1947–2000, English rock mus ...

                                               

Mr. T (disambiguation)

Mr. T is an American actor and former bodyguard. Mr. T or Mister T may also refer to: Mr. T comics Mr. T, the main character from blaxploitation movie Trouble Man Nguyễn Cường born 1989, or Mr. T, Vietnamese beatboxer El Que Sabe, Sabe, an album ...

                                               

PDR Yemen Football Federation

The PDR Yemen Football Federation was the governing body of football in the Peoples Democratic Republic of Yemen, commonly known as South Yemen, and was responsible for organising the South Yemen national football team. The organisation was found ...

                                               

Matthew Williams

Matt Williams equestrian born 1985, Australian show jumper Matt Williams basketball born 1993, American basketball player Matt Williams rugby player, English rugby union player Matt Williams American football, placekicker for the Texas Tech Red R ...

                                               

Richard Gardner

Richard Gardner may refer to: Richard Gardner politician 1812–1856, British Member of Parliament for Leicester Sir Richard Gardner embryologist born 1943, British embryologist and geneticist Ritchie Gardner born 1958, English professional darts p ...

                                               

Paul Mitchell

Paul Mitchell may refer to: The products of John Paul Mitchell Systems, are also often labelled "Paul Mitchell" Paul Mitchell hairdresser 1936–1989, Scottish hairstylist and cofounder of John Paul Mitchell Systems Paul Mitchell American football ...

                                               

You Young-dae

You Young-dae is a South Korean taekwondo practitioner. You won the flyweight gold medal at the 2006 Asian Taekwondo Championships, and earned another gold medal within the same weight class at the 2006 Asian Games. He later moved to Taiwan and t ...

                                               

Putri Kusuma Wardani

Wardani entered the international circuit at the age of 14. She was the finalist at the 2016 Pembangunan Jaya Raya Yonex Sunrise Junior Grand Prix where she lost to An Se-young. At the 2017 Korea Junior Badminton Championships she again lost to A ...

                                               

Zainab Damilola Alabi

Zainab Damilola Alabi is Nigerian badminton player. She participated in major badminton events at both local and internatiomal level. She won Gold medal at the 2017 Port Harcout for the Mixed team category which took place in Port Harcourt Nigeria.

                                               

DSG

Dicks Sporting Goods, a sporting goods retailer DSG International retailer, Dixons Stores Group, a European retailer Caldera Digital Research Systems Group, a former department of Caldera DSG International Ltd., a Hong Kong-based manufacturer Nov ...

                                               

1888 Chicago Harvard Prep School football team

The 1888 Harvard Prep School football team of Chicago represented Harvard School of Chicago during the 1888 college football season. In their 3rd year fielding a football team, the Harvards as they were called, compiled a 6–1 record. They also ha ...

                                               

Anne Schaefer (scientist)

Anne Schaefer is a neuroscientist, Professor of Neuroscience, Vice-Chair of Neuroscience, and Director of the Center for Glial Biology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. Schaefer investigates the epigenetic mechanism ...

                                               

List of awards and nominations received by Deadliest Catch

The documentary and reality television series Deadliest Catch showcases the lives and tribulations of men who work aboard crabbing and fishing vessels in the Bering Sea. As Original Productions produces the show, more than 30.000 hours of footage ...

                                               

1st Pornhub Awards

The 1st Pornhub Awards was held on September 6, 2018 at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles. It was hosted by Asa Akira and featured a performance by Kanye West.

                                               

Yorkton Film Festival Golden Sheaf Award - Animation

In 1947 the Yorkton Film Council was founded. The first Yorkton Film Festival was held in 1950 During the first few festivals, the films were adjudicated by audience participation through ballot casting and winners were awarded Certificates of Me ...

                                               

Miami Dolphins awards

This page lists the awards won by players of the Miami Dolphins, a professional American football team who compete in the National Football League. The Dolphins most recent award winner was Jason Taylor, who won the Defensive Player of the year a ...

                                               

Baltimore Ravens awards

This page lists the awards won by players of the Baltimore Ravens, a professional American football team who compete in the National Football League. The Ravens most recent award winners were Lamar Jackson John Harbaugh and Greg Roman, who won th ...

                                               

Caddy (disambiguation)

Caddy Works 1896–1982, American lawyer and mens basketball head coach at the University of California, Los Angeles Caddy surname Leon Cadore 1891–1958, American Major League Baseball pitcher nicknamed "Caddy" Caddy McKeown, American politician Ca ...

                                               

Dont Go

"Dont Go", by J. Holiday from Round 2 "Dont Go Girls and Boys", a 2004 song by Fefe Dobson "Dont Go", by Marlon Jackson from Baby Tonight "Dont Go", by Matthew Sweet from Girlfriend "Dont Go", by Ugly Kid Joe from Americas Least Wanted "Dont Go", ...

                                               

Joseph Bartholomew (golf course designer)

Bartholomew was born New Orleans, Louisiana. As a child, he served as a caddie at the Audubon Golf Course; in adulthood he became a greenskeeper at the course.

                                               

WPGA International Matchplay

The WPGA International Matchplay was a professional golf tournament in Scotland on the Ladies European Tour. The match play event was held at the par-72 PGA Centenary course at Gleneagles in early September and played only in 2001. A crowd of 10. ...

                                               

Rio Secreto

Rio Secreto is a semi-flooded limestone cave system near Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico. There are 38 kilometers of caves in the system, of which approximately 10% are used for ecotourism. Currently, Rio Secreto is protected as a nature r ...

                                               

Bournillon cave

The Bournillon cave is located in the commune of Chatelus in the Isere Department of France, in the Vercors Massif. It is famous for having the highest cave opening in Europe. It is one of the main karst springs of Vercors, with a maximum flow ra ...

                                               

Crystal Cave

Crystal Cave may refer to: Crystal Cave Wisconsin Crystal Cave Pennsylvania Crystal Cave Kentucky Crystal Cave Sequoia National Park Crystal Cave Western Australia Crystal Cave, Bermuda Cave of the Crystals Cueva de los Cristales, Naica mine, Chi ...

                                               

Bone Cave

Bone Cave may refer to: In Australia: Bone Cave, a cave in the Weld Valley, Tasmania In the United Kingdom: Bone Cave, one of the caves at Dan yr Ogof in the Swansea Valley, Wales Bone Caves, caves in Inchnadamph, Sutherland, Scotland In the Unit ...

                                               

Gua Tambun

Tambun Cave, also known as Gua Tambun, is a cave in Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia. The cave is notable for containing a series of neolithic cave paintings, which have made the cave a tourist attraction.

                                               

Gouffre Mirolda

Gouffre Mirolda is a karstic cave located in the Haut-Giffre mountain range, in the commune of Samoens, Haute-Savoie, France. It is connected to the Lucien Bouclier cave network, and has a depth of 1733 m. The cave was discovered in 1971 by Marc ...

                                               

Sui

Sui gas field, near Sui, Balochistan Sui, Rajasthan, India Sui, Balochistan, Pakistan Sui County, Henan, China Sui County, Hubei in western Suizhou, Hubei in central China Sui, Bhiwani, Haryana, India Suizhou, Hubei, China, formerly Sui County Sw ...

                                               

ASF

Alaska Satellite Facility, a NASA data center Amperes per square foot, a unit of current density often used in electroplating Acrylic silicone fluoropolymer, a car wax chemical

                                               

Hang Pagoda

Hang Pagoda means "Cave Temple" and may refer to many temples in Vietnam: Hang Pagoda Phuoc Dien Temple, Chau Doc, An Giang Hang Pagoda Hai An Pagoda, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Hang Pagoda, My Hoa commune, Phu My District, Binh Dinh Hang Pagoda, Ly So ...

                                               

Lang

Electoral district of Sydney-Lang, a former New South Wales electoral division. Lang Suan District, southern Thailand Lang Glacier, Bernese Alps, Valais, Switzerland Lang Island, Sunda Strait, Indonesia Lang Island Antarctica, East Antarctica Lan ...

                                               

Iuri Lomadze

Iuri Lomadze is a Georgian Greco-Roman wrestler. In 2020 he won the silver medal in the 72 kg event at the 2020 European Wrestling Championships held in Rome, Italy.

                                               

Degeneracy

Degenerate semiconductor, a semiconductor with such a high doping-level that the material starts to act more like a metal than as a semiconductor Degenerate energy levels, different arrangements of a physical system which have the same energy Deg ...

                                               

John Sharpe (tennis)

John Sharpe is an Australian born Canadian former professional tennis player. Born in Melbourne, Sharpe featured in the main draw of all four grand slam tournaments while touring as an Australian in the early 1960s. His best performance came at t ...

                                               

Juan Hernandez (tennis)

Hernandez comes from a large family of tennis players, which includes his sister Claudia, who played in the Federation Cup for Mexico. In 1981 he represented Mexico in a home Davis Cup tie against Switzerland, held in Tijuana. The tie was a World ...

                                               

Bo Holmstrom (tennis)

Holmstrom made his debut for Sweden in the Davis Cup competition during 1964 Europe Zone first-round tie against Greece, losing his singles match against Nicky Kalogeropoulos. In the 1966 first round, against Poland, Holmstrom played both the sin ...