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Kaffir

The Nuristani people descendants of the Hindukush Kafir people Kaffir racial term, term used in South Africa to refer to a black person; originally a neutral designation now often an ethnic slur. Sri Lanka Kaffir people, an ethnic group Kafir, an ...

                                               

Mead (disambiguation)

Mead, Wisconsin, town Mead, Colorado, town Mead, Washington, town Mead Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania, township Mead, Oklahoma, town Lake Mead, artificial lake on the Colorado River created by the Hoover Dam Mead Township, Merrick County, ...

                                               

Tariq (disambiguation)

Tariq is an Arabic given name. Tariq also refer to: Teh Tarik, type of tea served at restaurants and outdoor stalls in Malaysia Tarik album a 1969 album by American jazz saxophonist Dewey Redman Pepsi Tarik, soft drink that combines the taste of ...

                                               

Aban (disambiguation)

Aban is the Avestan language term for "the waters", used in Zoroastrian doctrine. Aban may also refer to: Aba people, an ethnic group of Siberia Aban month, eighth month of the Solar Hijri calendar

                                               

SH

Sonatrach, a State Oil Company of Algeria Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory, a Catholic school in the U.S. city of San Francisco, California FlyMe IATA airline designator, a former low-cost airline

                                               

Pupil Day (Iran)

Pupil day, also known as "13-Aban-57" is a known day in Iran ; At this day, Iranians confronted with the massacre of a number of Tehrans pupils who were gathered at the campus of University of Tehran in order to protest against the Shahs regime o ...

                                               

Asura (disambiguation)

The Asuras are a race of power-seeking deities in Hinduism. Asura may also refer to: Asuras Stargate, home world of the Asurans, a replicator race in the TV-series Stargate Atlantis Asura 2001 film, an Indian film Asura moth, a genus of moths in ...

                                               

Antichrist (disambiguation)

The Antichrist is a Christian concept based on the exegesis of Second Temple Jewish texts that refer to anti-messiahs. Antichrist or Antikrist may also refer to:

                                               

Catholic (disambiguation)

The Latin Church, also known as the Roman Catholic Church or Western Catholic Church The Catholic Church, the largest Christian Church The Eastern Catholic Churches, several Eastern Churches in full communion with Catholic Church The Old Catholic ...

                                               

Kanna

Sceletium tortuosum, a Southern African succulent with psychoactive properties Platysace cirrosa, a Western Australian perennial herb Caroxylon aphyllum, a shrub

                                               

Yema

Yema may refer to: Arts Yema EP, a 2012 album by Canadian performer Damn Kids Yema 1987, an album by Assyrian-American musician Janan Sawa Yema 2013, an Algerian film by Djamila Sahraoui Companies Yema Auto, a Chinese automobile manufacturer Yema ...

                                               

The Lion Hunt

The Lion Hunt may refer to: Lion Hunt of Ashurbanipal, appears on a famous group of Assyrian palace reliefs from the North Palace of Nineveh that are now displayed in room 10a of the British Museum The Lion Hunters, a 1951 American film. It was t ...

                                               

Muska (disambiguation)

Chad Muska born 1977, American professional skateboarder Muska, a name appearing in Assyrian inscriptions identified as Meshech, one of the sons of Japheth, son of Noah

                                               

BFF

BFF may stand for: "BFFs" The Cleveland Show, a 2011 episode of The Cleveland Show Backup-file Format, a data archive format used by IBM AIX Basque Football Federation, the governing body of football in the Basque Country "BFF", by Kesha from the ...

                                               

Jai

Jamna Auto Industries, an Indian automotive parts company ICAO designator for Jet Airways, an Indian airline John Adams Institute for Accelerator Science, named in honour of physicist John Adams The Jewish Agency for Israel IATA code for Jaipur A ...

                                               

Fiesta

Fiesta 1995 film, a French film by Pierre Boutron Fiesta 1941 film, an American film by LeRoy Prinz Fiesta 1947 film, an MGM film starring Esther Williams and Ricardo Montalban

                                               

Lina Dachary

Originally from the Basque region, having obtained a Conservatoire first prize, an early radio performance was in Ninon de Lenclos with music by Louis Mainqueneau, conducted by François Ruhlmann on 21 June 1944. At the Opera-Comique in Paris she ...

                                               

Laugar

Laugar Brewery is a Spanish brewery founded in 2010 in Bilbao by Eneko Neira, Txus Cabrera, Sergio Valiente and Aingeru del Campo. Their name means four beers in Basque, in reference to the four founders. Eneko had started working in Bleder brewe ...

                                               

La Herradura

La Herradura is a Spanish town which belongs to the borough of Almuñecar, in the province of Granada, Andalucia. It is located at Granadas western coast, and it is four kilometres away from Malaga.

                                               

Bosnian

Bosnian may refer to: Bosnian Croats, an ethnic group and one of three constitutive nations of Bosnia and Herzegovina Anything related to Bosnia region or its inhabitants Anything related to the state of Bosnia and Herzegovina or its inhabitants ...

                                               

Bosnia (disambiguation)

Bosnia primarily refers to Bosnia and Herzegovina, a country in southeastern Europe. Bosnia may also refer to: Banate of Bosnia, autonomous part of the Kingdom of Hungary Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the main predecessor to the country bef ...

                                               

RK Borac Banja Luka

Rukometni klub Borac Banjaluka is a handball club from Banja Luka, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is part of the sports society Borac. The federal league of Yugoslavia was founded in 1957. The handball club Borac became its member a ...

                                               

Luke

Luke, a stage name for the American rapper Luther Campbell Luke name, a masculine given name and a surname including a list of people and characters with the name Luke the Evangelist, the companion of Paul, often called Saint Luke or Luke of Antioch

                                               

Muslims in Bosnia and Herzegovina (disambiguation)

Muslims in Bosnia and Herzegovina can refer to: majority of ethnic Bosniaks of Bosnia and Herzegovina who are adherents of Islam in terms of religion, Muslims in Bosnia and Herzegovina are all adherents of Islam in Bosnia and Herzegovina, includi ...

                                               

Grab

Grab, Ljubuski, Bosnia and Herzegovina Grab, Kalisz County, Greater Poland Voivodeship, west-central Poland Grab, Trnovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Grab, Pleszew County, Greater Poland Voivodeship, west-central Poland Grab peak, Kosovo Grab, Lucani, ...

                                               

Dnieper (disambiguation)

Dnieper–Bug Canal alternately spelled Dnepr-Bug Canal, or the Dneprovsko-Bugsky Canal is the longest inland ship canal in Belarus. Dnieper-Donets Rift, the east-west running rift in the Sarmatian Craton. Dnieper Rapids are the historic rapids on ...

                                               

Chitrali

Chitrali may refer to: something from, or related to, the following Chitral, the city that is the capital of the district Chitral princely state Chitralis, an ethnic group of Chitral in northern Pakistan Chitral District, a mountainous district i ...

                                               

Norse

Norse is demonym for Norsemen, a medieval North Germanic ethnolinguistic group ancestral to modern Scandinavians, defined as speakers of Old Norse language from about the 9th to the 13th centuries. Norse may also refer to:

                                               

Gutones

The Gutones were a Germanic people who were reported by Roman era writers in the 1st and 2nd centuries to have lived in what is now Poland. The most accurate description of their location, by the geographer Ptolemy, placed them east of the Vistul ...

                                               

Name of the Goths

The name of the Goths is one of the most discussed topics in Germanic philology. It is first recorded by Greco-Roman writers in the 3rd century, although names that are probably related appear earlier. Derived from Proto-Germanic * Gutaniz, it is ...

                                               

Thing

Thing-in-itself or noumenon, the reality that underlies perceptions, a term coined by Immanuel Kant Thing theory, a branch of critical theory that focuses on human–object interactions in literature and culture An object, being, or entity

                                               

NTI (disambiguation)

Nuclear Threat Initiative, group campaigning against weapons proliferation NTi Audio, company Network Telephone Interface, alternative term for the Network interface device Northwest Territorial Imperative, North American separatist movement Nuna ...

                                               

Thule (disambiguation)

Thule was, in ancient Greek and Roman literature and cartography, a semi-mythical place located in the far north, usually an island. Thule may also refer to:

                                               

Nanook (disambiguation)

Nanook, the name of a Beanie Buddy Nanook, the name of a Beanie Baby

                                               

Pava Street Synagogue, Budapest

The Pava Street Synagogue is a large-scale Hungarian synagogue building designed by Lipot Baumhorn in the first half of the 20th century, and nowadays it houses the Holocaust Memorial Center and the Budapest Synagogue.

                                               

Erev

Erev is a 1983 novel by Eli Schechtman. Erevs first edition is the beginning of Eli Schechtmans novel that was written in USSR and contained four books. The novel was published in magazine version - from 1961 upto 1968 and in book - in 1965. The ...

                                               

Tsagaan

Monguor people or Tsagaan mongghol, a Mongol ethnic group in China Okna Tsahan Zam born 1957, a Kalmyk throat singer Chagaan, 13th-century commander of the Mongol Empire

                                               

Dilan

Dillan Ismail born 1992, Swedish footballer Dilan Jayalath born 1997, Sinhalese cricketer Dilan Perera born 1962, Sinhalese politician Dilan Fernando born 1985, Italian-Sinhalese cricketer Dilan Deniz Gokçek born 1976, Turkish female football off ...

                                               

PCD

Picture CD, a later Kodak product Photo CD, a system designed by Kodak, launched in 1992 Point Cloud Data, a file format for Point Cloud Library Process control daemon, an open-source process controller for embedded Linux Portable computing devic ...

                                               

ZIL

ZIL or Zil may refer to: Zil, Kurds, a Kurdish tribal federation ZiL lanes, dedicated traffic lanes for Soviet officials ZiL Zavod imeni Likhachova, a former car and truck factory in Moscow, Russia ZIL Moscow Central Circle, a Moscow Metro railwa ...

                                               

Colocolo (disambiguation)

Colocolo, colo-colo, Colo-Colo, or Colo may refer to: Colo-Colo, a football team from Macul, Santiago, Chile. Colocolo opossum Dromiciops gliroides, or monito del monte, a South American marsupial. Colo-colo condiment, hot and spicy condiment the ...

                                               

Fucha

Fucha may refer to: Antarctica Fucha Peak, named after the Bulgarian villages Mala and Gilema Fucha Bulgaria Mala Fucha, village in Bobov Dol Municipality, Kyustendil Province Gilema Fucha, idem Chile meaning "older man", in the Mapuche religion ...

                                               

Bouquet

Bouquet, a word of French origin, pronounced, may refer to: Kitchen Bouquet, a browning and seasoning sauce Candy Bouquet, an arrangement of candy, cellophanes, chocolate Cookie bouquet, a gift or a decorations In mathematics, a space constructed ...

                                               

Rongomaraeroa

Rongomaraeroa is the marae of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa and incorporates a contemporary wharenui commitment to biculturalism".

                                               

Puketona

Puketona is a locality at the junction of State Highway 10 and State Highway 11 in the Far North District of New Zealand. Kerikeri is 10 kilometres north, Paihia is 14 kilometres west, Moerewa is 15 kilometres southwest, and Kaikohe is 20 kilomet ...

                                               

Kale (disambiguation)

Kale, the Romani for "black", used as a self-designation by some groups of the Romani people Kale Welsh Romanies, the Romani people from Wales Finnish Kale, the Romani people from Finland

                                               

Kris (disambiguation)

Kris Trindl born 1987, American DJ, best known for being part of the EDM group Krewella Kris Kringle, another name for Santa Claus Kris Wu, stage name of Wu Yifan born 1990, Canadian-Chinese actor and singer-songwriter Kris name, a unisex given n ...

                                               

Sornatia gens

The gens Sornatia was an obscure plebeian family at ancient Rome. Few members of this gens appear in history, of whom the most famous was a general of Lucullus during the Third Mithridatic War, but several others are known from inscriptions.

                                               

Tinker (disambiguation)

Tinker!, an American Sci-fi film 2018 starring Clayne Crawford Tinker band, a Canadian alternative rock band Microsoft Tinker, a puzzle game

                                               

Seria gens

The gens Seria was a minor plebeian family at ancient Rome. Members of this gens rose to prominence during the second century, attaining the consulship twice, and holding various other offices under the Nerva-Antonine dynasty.