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Salim ibn Sawadah al-Tamimi

Salim ibn Sawadah al-Tamimi was a governor of Egypt for the Abbasid Caliphate, from 780 to 781. He was appointed by the caliph al-Mahdi in late 780 with jurisdiction over military affairs, while a separate official was selected to handle matters ...

                                               

Muhammad ibn Zuhayr al-Azdi

Muhammad ibn Zuhayr al-Dabbi was a governor of Egypt for the Abbasid Caliphate, from 789 to 790. He was appointed to the province by the caliph Harun al-Rashid, with authority over both security and prayers salah and taxation kharaj. His financia ...

                                               

Abdallah ibn al-Musayyab al-Dabbi

Abdallah ibn al-Musayyab ibn Zuhayr al-Dabbi was a governor of Egypt for the Abbasid Caliphate, from 792 to 793.

                                               

Ismail ibn Salih ibn Ali al-Hashimi

Ismail ibn Salih ibn Ali al-Hashimi was an eighth century Abbasid governor of Egypt and Aleppo. A member of the Abbasid family, he was a son of Salih ibn Ali and a first cousin of the first two Abbasid caliphs al-Saffah r. 750–754 and al-Mansur r ...

                                               

JKC

JKC may refer to: Jack Kent Cooke Stadium, later renamed FedExField, a sports stadium in Maryland Japan Kennel Club, the primary registry body for purebred dog pedigrees in Japan Jagadguru Kripalu Chikitsalaya, a hospital group in India, part of ...

                                               

Lure

Lure, a commune in the Loire department Lure, Haute-Saone, a commune in the department of Haute-Saone Arrondissement of Lure, an arrondissement in the department of Haute-Saone

                                               

Ceramic (disambiguation)

A ceramic is an inorganic, nonmetallic solid material comprising metal, nonmetal or metalloid atoms primarily held in ionic and covalent bonds. Ceramic may also refer to:

                                               

Tech High School

Tech High, Tech High School, or Technical High School could refer to: Jamaica "Technical high school", the nomenclature for secondary education in Jamaica United States Technical Senior High School 1917-present in Saint Cloud, Minnesota Technical ...

                                               

County class

County class may refer to: County-class patrol vessel, a class of patrol vessel operated by the Jamaican Coast Guard Talbot County -class tank landing ship, a post–World War II class of landing ships Monmouth -class cruiser of pre–World War I arm ...

                                               

Giacomo Nava

On 7 January 2020, Nava signed a one-and-a-half-year contract with Football Superleague of Kosovo club Llapi to replace the departed Bledar Hajdini as the first choice. On 16 February 2020, he made his debut in a 0–0 away draw against Dukagjini a ...

                                               

Edmond Brion

After World War I and after having studying at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the Paulin studio, Brion settled in Casablanca and worked with Auguste Cadet through the mid 1930s. While working with Cadet, Brion contributed to the project of ...

                                               

Raglan

In Australia Raglan, New South Wales, a suburb of Bathurst, Australia Raglan, Queensland, a town in Gladstone Region, Australia County of Raglan, a cadastral division in Queensland, Australia Raglan, Victoria, a town in Australia In Canada Raglan ...

                                               

Taifun

Taifun, German WWII Thermobaric weapon system Soviet trawler Taifun, also known as USS Penetrate AM-271 Taifun 9M15, a Soviet prototype anti-tank missile Valentin Taifun,1980s sailplane Wings of Change Taifun, an Austrian paraglider design Taifun ...

                                               

Canberra (disambiguation)

English Electric Canberra, a British jet bomber Martin B-57 Canberra, a version produced in the United States Canberra, a Giant Moth used by Les Holden for a charter operation based in Sydney, Australia de Havilland Giant Moth or Canberra, a 1920 ...

                                               

Administrative divisions of China (disambiguation)

Administrative divisions of China are the political divisions of the Peoples Republic of China. Administrative divisions of China may also refer to: History of the administrative divisions of China History of the administrative divisions of China ...

                                               

Victoria Church

Victoria Church is an old Roman church located in the city of Beja. It represents the unique Christian monument that has been so far excavated at Dougga.

                                               

Arroyo de Toledo

Arroyo de Toledo is a river in Uruguay. Arroyo de Toledo runs in the area of the Departments of Canelones and Montevideo, as the border line of which it serves. According to Orestes Araujo, it rises about four kilometers east of Punta del Burro i ...

                                               

Standing Room Only

Standing Room Only may refer to: Standing-room only, an event where all of the seats are occupied, forcing later attendees to stand\ In film Standing Room Only 2003 film, directed by Deborra-Lee Furness Standing Room Only TV series, a 1976 entert ...

                                               

Jim Drake

James or Jim Drake may refer to: Jim Drake engineer 1929–2012, American aeronautics engineer James Drake engineer 1907–1989, British chartered civil engineer James F. Drake, American plasma physicist Nervous Norvus 1912–1968, performing name of J ...

                                               

2020 AV2

2020 AV 2, also known by its internal designation ZTF09k5, is a near-Earth asteroid discovered by the Zwicky Transient Facility on 4 January 2020. It is the first asteroid discovered to have an orbit completely within Venuss orbit, and is thus th ...

                                               

Atamyrat Niyazov

Atamyrat Niyazov was a soldier in the Red Army during World War II from the Soviet Republic of Turkmenistan who was the father of the first post-Soviet President of Turkmenistan Saparmurat Niyazov. He was also a school teacher and a financial off ...

                                               

The Way Home

The Way Home may refer to: The Way Home 2002 film, a South Korean film by Lee Jeong-hyang The Way Home short story, a short story by Franz Kafka written between 1904 and 1912 The Way Home 2010 American film, an American film The Way Home Mary Pri ...

                                               

Heredity (disambiguation)

Heredity may refer to: Heredity: the transfer of characteristics from parent to offspring Hereditary property, in mathematics, a property of objects inherited by all their subobjects A synonym for bloodline ; for other uses of the term, see Blood ...

                                               

Western Australian Employers Federation

The Western Australian Employers Federation was an employers organisation in Western Australia between 1913 and 1975. It was a member of the Employers Federation of Australia. As an employers advocacy group, the organisation was involved in indus ...

                                               

Trams in Koszalin

The impulses for the creation of the system were the general electrification of the city and an industrial and craft exhibition planned for 1912. The line ran from the railway station, through the city center, to the end of the present Pilsudskie ...

                                               

Transporter

Transporter may refer to: Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge, the transporter bridge in Middlesbrough, England Transporter vehicles, types of vehicles designed to transport items Volkswagen Transporter, a model of van Transporter bridge, a bridge w ...

                                               

Tower of Terror

The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, an accelerated drop tower attraction at Disney theme parks Tower of Terror Gold Reef City, a vertical drop roller coaster in Johannesburg, South Africa Tower of Terror II, a shuttle roller coaster in Queensland, ...

                                               

Valley of the Moon

Valley of the Moon may refer to: Valley of the Moon Tucson, Arizona, childrens fantasy park listed on the National Register of Historic Places listings in Pima County, Arizona Crestline, California, has a small neighborhood near Lake Gregory in t ...

                                               

Periclimenes

Periclimenes, commonly known as glass shrimp or cleaner shrimp, is a commensal and often symbiotic genus of semi-transparent shrimp within the family Palaemonidae. Species of this large genus feature a wide variety of coloration and patterns, wid ...

                                               

ABR

Abr or ABR may refer to: Abr, a village in Iran Technology: Area border router, in the Open Shortest Path First protocol Average bitrate, the average amount of data transferred per second Anaerobic baffled reactor, a type of decentralized wastewa ...

                                               

Benoist (disambiguation)

Le Mesnil-Benoist, commune in the Calvados department in the Basse-Normandie region in northwestern France Plessis-Saint-Benoist commune in the Essonne department in Ile-de-France in northern France Saint-Benoist-sur-Mer, commune (in the Vendee d ...

                                               

Mattie Herd Roland

Mattie Herd Roland was Alabamas first African-American librarian. Herd was selected and trained to head the first library for African-American use in Alabama, the Booker T. Washington branch of the Birmingham Public Library, which opened in 1918.

                                               

Julio Salas Romo

From the late 1930s to the early 1960s, Julio Salas Romo was one of Chiles leading chess players. In 1937, he first time won Chilean Chess Championship gaining 6 points in 7 rounds. Julio Salas Romo then repeated this success three more times: 19 ...

                                               

Mario Garcia

Mario Garcia may refer to: Mario Garcia footballer born 1980, Mexican footballer Mario Trujillo Garcia 1920–2007, Mexican politician who served as Governor of Tabasco Mario Garcia Menocal 1866–1941, President of Cuba, 1913–1921 Mario Mellado Garc ...

                                               

Ida Pulis Lathrop

Ida F. Pulis Lathrop was an American painter, at a time when there were not many known successful female painters. She primarily worked on portraits, still life and landscapes as subjects. Lathrop was based in Albany, New York.

                                               

Marika Latianara

Latianara was born in Sorokoba on Viti Levu in 1913, the son of Adi Luisa Matai and Ratu Kaliova Vukinamualevu, the Roko Tui of Ba. He became a professional boxer in 1932, initially in the middleweight category, before switching to light heavywei ...

                                               

Constans (disambiguation)

Constans may refer to: The Constant Factor, aka Constans, a 1980 Polish film Jean Antoine Ernest Constans 1833–1913, French politician and colonial administrator Constans II usurper died 411, usurper of the Western Roman Empire Constans consul 41 ...

                                               

Farmers Party

Farmers Party may refer to: Japan Farmers Party 1926–28, a political party in Japan between 1926 and 1928 Farmers Party Greece, a political party in Greece in the 1920s and 1930s Farmers Party Jamaica, a political party in Jamaica Farmers Party I ...

                                               

Isobel (disambiguation)

Isobel is the Scottish variant of Isabel, a feminine given name. Isobel may also refer to: "Isobel" The Vampire Diaries, an episode of the TV series The Vampire Diaries "Isobel" song, by Icelandic singer Bjork from the album Post Isobel: A Romanc ...

                                               

Doyran

Battle of Doiran 1916, during World War I Battle of Doiran refers to several battles that took place near Doiran Lake in Macedonia Battle of Doiran 1913, during the Second Balkan War Battle of Doiran 1917, during World War I Battle of Doiran 1918 ...

                                               

Mistake

Mistake contract law, an erroneous belief, at contracting, that certain facts are true Mistake in English contract law, a specific type of mistake, pertaining to England Error law Mistake criminal law, or mistake of fact, a defense to criminal ch ...

                                               

Koru (disambiguation)

Goris, a town in Armenia also known as Koru Koru Uppalapadu, a village in India Koru, Kenya, a village in Kenya Colusa, California, a town in California also known as Koru Koru, Yalova, a town in Turkey

                                               

Mr. Wu (disambiguation)

Mr. Wu is a 1927 American silent film starring Lon Chaney. Mr. Wu may also refer to: Mr. Wu 1919 film, a 1919 British drama film based on the 1913 play Mr. Wu, a 1918 book by Louise Jordan Miln Mr. Wu, a character referred to in several songs of ...

                                               

Delmar

Delmar, Wisconsin Delmar, New York Delmar, Maryland Delmar, Delaware Delmar Township, Pennsylvania Delmar, West Virginia Delmar, Iowa Delmar Loop, a neighborhood in St. Louis, Missouri Delmar Boulevard, namesake of the neighborhood Delmar, Alabam ...

                                               

Dorothy Akerele

Dorothy "Aunty Dolly" Akerele, nee Jackson was a British-Nigerian musician, hostess and wife to the Nigerian surgeon Oni Akerele. At the time of her death, Akerele was "the oldest British national resident in Nigeria; she was also the grand dame ...

                                               

Chinese Service

The film takes place in 1913 on a ship leaving the Volga from Tsaritsyn to Nizhny Novgorod to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the Romanov dynasty. Suddenly it became known that scammers plan to beat poker rich merchant Frol Satanovsky.

                                               

Muddy Water

"Muddy Water" recorded by Bessie Smith in 1927. "Muddy Water" sheet music cover featured Nora Bayes 1928. "Muddy Water dancin stuff" 2001, a song from the Dirty Funky House album by Shirtlifter Muddy Water 1973, a song from the Heartbreaker album ...

                                               

King Charles

A number of kings named Charles I disambiguation A number of kings named Charles IV disambiguation A number of kings named Charles III disambiguation Charles XIII of Sweden A number of kings named Charles VII disambiguation A number of kings name ...

                                               

Stig Mårtensson (tennis)

Mårtensson represented Sweden in one Davis Cup tie, the 1937 Europe Zone quarterfinal tie against Belgium played at the Royal Leopold Club in Brussels. Mårtensson and Kalle Schroder played the singles rubbers, with Mårtensson losing his first mat ...

                                               

Stew (disambiguation)

Stew musician, singer/songwriter/playwright and member of the band The Negro Problem Stewart Stew Barber born 1939, former American Football League player and executive Stewart Stew Hofferth 1913-1994, American Major League Baseball catcher Stewa ...