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Nifon

Nifon may refer to: Patriarch Niphon of Alexandria, Greek Patriarch of Alexandria, 1366–1385 Nifon Rusaila 1789–1875, Metropolitan of Ungro-Wallachia, 1850–1865, and first Metropolitan-Primate of Romania, 1865–1875 Nephon I of Constantinople, Ecu ...

                                               

Saint Nicholas (disambiguation)

Saint Nicholas was a 4th-century saint and Greek Bishop of Myra. Saint Nicholas or Saint Nick may also refer to: Sinterklaas or Sint Niklaas, the Dutch variant of the folk legend Santa Claus or Saint Nicholas, a western folk legend inspired by th ...

                                               

Rinu

Rinu is a Japanese male singer. He is a member of the 6-person Japanese group Strawberry Prince. He is from Tokyo.

                                               

Heinrich Rohrer Medal

Heinrich Rohrer Medals are a series of awards presented to celebrate the late Nobel laureate Heinrich Rohrer for his work in the fields of nanoscience and nanotechnology, and specifically for co-creating the scanning tunneling microscope. Medals ...

                                               

Milly & Mamet: Ini Bukan Cinta & Rangga

Milly & Mamet: Ini Bukan Cinta & Rangga is an Indonesian romance-comedy film from the story Ada Apa Dengan Cinta? which was released on December 20, 2018 and directed by Ernest Prakasa. Aside from being a director, Prakasa also acts as a screenwr ...

                                               

Anindya Bakrie

Anindya Novyan Bakrie is an Indonesian businessman and investor. He is known for being the CEO and President Director of PT Bakrie & Brothers Tbk, and the successor to the Bakrie Group, one of the oldest conglomerates in Indonesia. He was born in ...

                                               

This Land Sings

This Land Sings: Songs of Wandering, Love and Protest Inspired by the Life and Times of Woody Guthrie is a song cycle for soprano, baritone, and chamber ensemble composed in 2016 by American composer Michael Daugherty. The work is an original mus ...

                                               

Early Childhood Development Agency

The Early Childhood Development Agency is an Autonomous Agency that manages the early childhood education sector in Singapore. It oversees the development of childcare centres and kindergartens. The Agency is jointly overseen by the Ministry of S ...

                                               

Chand Bujh Gaya

Chand Bujh Gaya is a 2005 Bollywood drama thriller film directed by Sharique Minhaj in his directorial debut and featuring Faisal Khan and Shama Sikander in leading roles. The film is set against the backdrop of the 2002 Godhra train burning. Bot ...

                                               

List of senators elected in the 2019 Philippine Senate election

The 2019 Senate election in the Philippines occurred on May 13, 2019 to elect one-half of the Senate. The senators elected in 2019, together with those elected in 2016, comprise the Senates delegation in the 18th Congress. The proclamation of all ...

                                               

Kim Kwang-chol

Kim Kwang-chol is a politician from the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea. He is serving as Minister of Posts and Telecommunications in the Cabinet of North Korea since 2015 and is a candidate for the Political Bureau of the Central Committee ...

                                               

Cha Hui-rim

Cha Hui-rim is a politician of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea. He is a candidate member of the Central Committee of the Workers Party of Korea and chairman of the Peoples Committee of Pyongyang.

                                               

Korea national football team

Korea national football team may refer to: North Korea womens national football team, the womens association football team representing North Korea North Korea national football team, the mens association football team representing North Korea So ...

                                               

Womens Party (South Korea)

The Womens Party is a single-issue political party in South Korea that advocates for radical feminism. The party calls for an end to politics that is centered around men and wants to increase the amount of women in the National Assembly and South ...

                                               

Children (disambiguation)

Children 2011 film, a South Korean film The Children 2008 film, a British horror film The Children 2018 film, an upcoming film Children, a 1976 short directed by Terence Davies Children 2006 film, an Icelandic film The Children 1984 film, a Frenc ...

                                               

Deportation of Korean adoptees from the United States

Deportations of Korean adoptees from the U.S. are a not-so-common phenomenon, but have been cause for controversy over many years. Due to the institutional and parental failure to grant and apply for adopted childrens citizenship South Koreans ad ...

                                               

Palimpsest: Documents From a Korean Adoption

Palimpsest: Documents From a Korean Adoption is a graphic novel written by Lisa Wool-Rim Sjoblom, a South Korea-born Swedish cartoonist. It was originally published in Swedish in 2016 by Ordfront.

                                               

Yun Ho-jung

Yun Ho-jung is a South Korean politician and former activist. He is the incumbent Secretary-General of the Democratic Party of Korea and the Member of the National Assembly for Guri.

                                               

Rafal Maslak

He was born on 3 February 1989 in Miedzyrzecz and grew up in Gorzyca. He graduated from an Economics High School. Before pursuing a career in modelling he had worked as a factory worker and as a firefighter. In 2014, he won the title of Mister Gr ...

                                               

Duk

Duk, Isfahan, a village in Isfahan Province, Iran Duk, Mazandaran, a village in Qaem Shahr County, Mazandaran Province Duk, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad, a village in Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province, Iran Duk County, a county of Jonglei, South ...

                                               

Banya

Banya, the Hungarian name for Bania Commune, Caras-Severin County, Romania

                                               

Democratic Society Congress

The Democratic Society Congress is a pro-Kurdish NGO favouring the implementation of Democratic Confederalism in Turkish politics. Its foundation congress was held between 26-29 October 2007.

                                               

Prince Robert (disambiguation)

"Prince Robert" is one of the 305 ballads collected by Francis James Child during the late nineteenth century. Prince Robert may also refer to: Robert II of Capua died 1156, ruling Prince of Capua Prince Robert, Count of La Marche born 1976, a gr ...

                                               

Prince Carlos

Prince Carlos or Carlo may refer to: Carlos Hugo, Duke of Parma 1930–2010 Charles III of Spain 1716–1788 Carlo Alessandro, 3rd Duke of Castel Duino born 1952 Charles Ferdinand, Prince of Capua 1811–1862 Charles Emmanuel III of Sardinia 1701–1773 ...

                                               

Gothograecia

Gothograecia was a region in northwestern Asia Minor on the south side of the Sea of Marmara from at least the late 7th century until the mid-10th. It was part of the region of Opsikion in the Roman Empire. Its inhabitants, the Greek-speaking des ...

                                               

Grimoald

Grimoaldo of the Purification 1883–1902, a religious and clerical student of the Passionist Congregation Grimoart Gausmar, 12th-century troubadour Grimoald IV of Benevento, duke of Benevento 806–817 Grimoald of Bavaria, duke of Bavaria 715–725 Gr ...

                                               

Ironhead

Ironhead may refer to: Pandulf Ironhead died 981, Prince of Benevento and Capua Ironhead Airport, airport at Sanger, Denton County, Texas, United States "Iron Head", a song from the Rob Zombie album The Sinister Urge Dale Earnhardt, American race ...

                                               

Battista dei Giudici

Battista dei Giudici, Latinized Baptista de Iudicibus de Finario, was an Italian Dominican who served as bishop of Ventimiglia, archbishop of Amalfi and archbishop of Patras.

                                               

Sergey Khlebnikov (general)

Sergey Dmitrievich Khlebnikov is a Russian Lieutenant General who was notably part of the Federal Guard Service. Khlebnikov was born on 16 February 1956 in the city of Perm. After school, he left was conscripted into the Soviet Army. He began mil ...

                                               

Carsharing in Moscow

Carsharing in Moscow is a rapidly developing type of public transport in the city. As of January 2020 Moscow has the largest fleet of carsharing vehicles in the world which counts more than 30.000 cars ahead of such megacities as Tokyo, Beijing a ...

                                               

Sogi Park

In the park there are around 300 trees including Japanese maple, maple, ginkgo biloba, Japanese hemlock, and giant dogwood, as well as variously sized ponds. In fall, the foliage of the trees and shrubs is reflected in the ponds, and one can see ...

                                               

Re(mix)

re) is the twelfth remix album released by Japanese singer-songwriter Koda Kumi on March 11, 2020. It charted at No. 33 on the Oricon charts. It was her third remix album to not be under the Driving Hits series. Unlike the majority of her remix a ...

                                               

Anne Mason Roberts

Anne Mason Roberts was an American government official. She was the highest-ranking woman at the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, when she served as deputy regional administrator from 1962 to 1964, and from 1966 to 1971. ...

                                               

Sarah Navaroji

Sister Sarah Navaroji was a South Indian evangelical preacher and the founder of the Zion Gospel Prayer Fellowship Church. She was one of the few influential women Christian leaders of South Indian Pentecostalism.

                                               

Natu

Balaji Pant Natu, person in Indian history Natu surname

                                               

Fu

"F.U." Little Mix song, from their album Glory Days Fu poetry 赋, a Chinese genre of rhymed prose Fu Manchu, a fictional character first featured in a series of novels by English author Sax Rohmer "FU" song, a song by Miley Cyrus from her album B ...

                                               

Magical Mystery "Mari"

Magical Mystery "Mari": Mari Hamada Live 85 is a live album by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada. Recorded live at the Nakano Sun Plaza and Osaka Kōsei Nenkin Kaikan, the album was released on July 2, 1985, by Invitation. The album was last ...

                                               

Golden Best (Mari Hamada album)

Golden Best: Mari Hamada is the title of two different Mari Hamada compilation albums released by Victor Entertainment.

                                               

Marigold (Mari Hamada album)

Marigold is the 16th studio album by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on March 27, 2002. Produced by Hamada and Hiroyuki Ohtsuki, it was Hamadas first release by Tri-M/MidZet House. Instead of having guest musicians, Ohtsuki handl ...

                                               

Mari Hamada Live in Tokyo "Aestetica"

Mari Hamada Live in Tokyo "Aestetica" is a live video by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on September 7, 2011 by Meldac/Tokuma Japan on DVD. The video was recorded live on May 29, 2010 at the Nakano Sun Plaza as the final show of ...

                                               

Mari Hamada Live Tour 2012 "Legenda"

Mari Hamada Live Tour 2012 "Legenda" is a live video by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on December 5, 2012 by Meldac/Tokuma Japan on DVD. The video was recorded live on May 26, 2012 at the Nakano Sun Plaza as the final show of H ...

                                               

Colors (Mari Hamada album)

Colors is the tenth studio album by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on September 20, 1990. It was Hamadas final release by Invitation. The album was reissued alongside Hamadas past releases on January 15, 2014. Hamadas 1993 inter ...

                                               

Tomorrow (Mari Hamada album)

Tomorrow is the 11th studio album by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on October 19, 1991. It was Hamadas first release by MCA Victor, and includes contributions by Toto guitarist Steve Lukather. The album was reissued alongside H ...

                                               

Reflection (Mari Hamada album)

Reflection -Axiom of the Two Wings- is a compilation album by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on July 23, 2008 by Meldac/Tokuma Japan to commemorate the 25th anniversary of her music career. The album consists of two discs dubbed ...

                                               

Manx

Manx is an adjective describing things or people related to the Isle of Man: Manx surnames Manx people Isle of Man It may also refer to:

                                               

Nena (disambiguation)

Nena is a German singer. Nena may also refer to: Nena band, the band organized by the singer, active from 1982 until 1987 Nena album, the debut album of the band.

                                               

Tolo

Tolo may refer to: Tolo dance, a regional U.S. term for a type of school dance where females invite males Tiele people, a Turkic people in inner Asia before the 8th century Tolo surname TOLO TV channel, an Afghan TV station Tolo, an Aztec deity, ...

                                               

Supreme Leader (disambiguation)

Supreme Leader can refer to: Supreme Leader of Iran, the highest-ranking political and religious authority in the constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran Supreme Leader Star Wars, a title for the fictional Star Wars character Asajj Ventress. ...

                                               

Cerro del Judio

Cerro del Judio, also known as Cerro de las Tres Cruces, or "Mazatepetl" is a mountain located in Magdalena Contreras municipality of Mexico City. At the top of this hill, at 2750 meters above sea level, an Otomi archaeological settlement, consis ...

                                               

Ervin Chartrand

Ervin Chartrand is a Canadian Ojibway/Metis director, writer and producer. He is best known for directing the films 504938C and First Stories: Patrick Ross.