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Sanjeewa Munasinghe

Major General Dr. Sanjeewa Munasinghe RWP, RSP, VSV, USP was a Sri Lankan military physician. He is the Permanent Secretary to the Ministry of Health, Director General, Army Health Services and Colonel Commandant of the Sri Lanka Army Medical Cor ...

                                               

Sunny

"Sunny" Bobby Hebb song, a 1966 song by Bobby Hebb, covered by Boney M., Jose Feliciano and Cher "Sunny", a song by Stereophonics on their 2015 album Keep the Village Alive Sunny Towa Tei album, 2011 "Sunny", a song by Brockhampton from Saturatio ...

                                               

Peoples Liberation War

Peoples Liberation War may refer to: National Liberation War of Macedonia, a sub-conflict of the Yugoslav Peoples Liberation War Peoples Liberation War Yugoslavia, conflict in occupied World War II Yugoslavia, resulting in the establishment of th ...

                                               

Socialist self-management (Yugoslavia)

Socialist self-management or Self-governing socialism was a form of workers self-management used as a social and economic model formulated by the Communist Party of Yugoslavia. It was instituted by law in 1950 and lasted in the Socialist Federal ...

                                               

Patriotic War

Patriotic War of 1812, Napoleons invasion of Russia Great Patriotic War, the war between Nazi Germany and its allies against the Soviet Union during World War II Great Patriotic War term Second Patriotic War, the war between the German Empire and ...

                                               

Nanfadima Magassouba

Nanfadima Magassouba is a Guinean womens rights activist and politician. She was head of the National Coalition of Guinea for the Rights and Citizenship of Women, and since 2013 has been a member of Guineas National Assembly.

                                               

Buro Concordia

Buro Concordia was an organisation of Joseph Goebbels Ministry of Propaganda in Nazi Germany that operated clandestine or "black" radio stations that broadcast into Allied and neutral countries. The service was designed to appeal to discontented ...

                                               

Norma Pratelli Parenti

Norma Pratelli Parenti was an Italian partisan, honored with a gold medal for military valor in memory.

                                               

Shelby Hughes

Shelby L. Hughes was an American artist and designer. Her works have been exhibited internationally and are included in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. After her death in an unsolved murder in June 2014, Hughes was re ...

                                               

Jessie Lloyd OConnor

Jessie Lloyd OConnor was a journalist, social reformer and political activist. She worked as a reporter for Federated Press. OConnor served and supported numerous progressive organizations, including the American League Against War and Fascism an ...

                                               

J.B. Nethercutt

Jack Boison "J.B." Nethercutt, was an American entrepreneur and car collector. He founded the Nethercutt Collection and co-founded Merle Norman Cosmetics with his aunt, Merle Nethercutt Norman. Nethercutt won best of show at the Pebble Beach Conc ...

                                               

Gornik Libiaz

Klub Sportowy Gornik Libiaz is a Polish professional football club based in Libiaz. On January 30, 2014, the club returned to the historical name of KS Gornik Libiaz, which functioned from its foundation until 1996, when the name was changed to J ...

                                               

Marianna Maksimovskaya

Marianna Maksimovskaya is a Soviet Union Russian journalist and television presenter. She presented the programme "The Week" which was reported as the last independent TV news source in Russia when it was stopped in 2014.

                                               

Dixit

Muthuswami Dikshitar, one of the Carnatic Music Trinity Kanak Dixit, Nepali publisher, editor and writer Rajiv Dixit, Indian social activist Jyotindra Nath Dixit, former National Security Advisor of India Dikshit or Dixit, a Hindu Brahmin family ...

                                               

Mesquite Outlaws

The Mesquite Outlaws are an American professional indoor soccer franchise based in Mesquite, Texas. Founded in 2019, the team made its debut in the Major Arena Soccer League with the 2019–20 season. Their first season was ended early due to Coron ...

                                               

Son of the South (David Allan Coe album)

By 1986, country music entered a new phase as a crop of younger country stars like George Strait, Randy Travis, and Dwight Yoakam emerged to become a dominating presence on country radio. In the coming years, older country stars would find it mor ...

                                               

Michael Sandham

Michael" Little Beaker” Sandham is a Canadian outlaw biker, criminal and convicted murderer currently serving a life sentence for his role in the Shedden massacre of 2006. Sandham, a former theology student, soldier, policeman and outlaw biker wa ...

                                               

Bishnu Adhikari

Adhikari was born and raised in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. He had always dreamed of being an actor, he eventually made his debut in the Tollywood Action Thriller: Ek where he starred as both an actor and a singer – with the song Ra Cheliya. He ...

                                               

Lucie Dolene

Dolene was born in Damascus during the French Mandate. Discovered by Joseph Canteloube, Dolene recorded Chants dAuvergne under the pseudonym Lucie Daullene. She played in musicals with Luis Mariano and Les Freres Jacques. Her skills in acting hel ...

                                               

2003 FC Spartak Moscow season

The 2003 FC Spartak Moscow season was the clubs 12th season in the Russian Premier League season. Spartak finished the season in 10th position, qualifying for the 2004 UEFA Intertoto Cup. In the Russian Cup, Spartak won the 2002–03 cup, whilst th ...

                                               

2005 FC Spartak Moscow season

The 2005 FC Spartak Moscow season was the clubs 14th season in the Russian Premier League season. Spartak finished the season in 2nd position, qualifying for the 2006–07 UEFA Champions League Second Qualifying Round. In the 2005–06 Russian Cup, S ...

                                               

Frank Schwabe

Frank Schwabe is a German politician of the Social Democratic Party who has been serving as a member of the Bundestag from the state of North Rhine-Westphalia since 2005.

                                               

Magh

Magh may refer to: Magha poet, author of Shishupala Vadha Magh, Iran, a village in Kerman Province, Iran Magh Sikh calendar, the eleventh month of the Nanakshahi calendar, which governs the activities within Sikhism. This month coincides with Jan ...

                                               

Amarpreet Singh

Amarpreet Singh is a former pilot and humanitarian who is known for being associated with Khalsa Aid, a global non-governmental organization led by the Sikh community. Singh previously served as the Managing Director, India for Khalsa Aid. Since ...

                                               

Gobind Singh Longowal

Gobind Singh Longowal, who was elected as President of SGPC on November 29. Gobind Singh Longowal Born in year 1959 in Longowal District Sangrur. He worked as assistant with Harchand Singh Longowal from the age of 7 years. In the year 1985 electe ...

                                               

Viseh

Viseh is son Zadashm and Grandson Tur in Shahnameh. He was the father of Piran and Lieutenant General, and was involved in consultations with the Iranians. After winning the Iran-Turan war, Afrasiab sent him to Pars to take over the royal family ...

                                               

SS Veendam (1922)

SS Veendam was a 15.450 GRT ton ocean liner built for the Holland America Line. Built in 1922 by Harland & Wolff Limited, in Govan, Glasgow, she would operate on transatlantic routes between New York and Rotterdam via the Caribbean Sea.In 1941 sh ...

                                               

Cannonball (disambiguation)

Cannonball jellyfish, a species of jellyfish Couroupita guianensis, an evergreen tree commonly called the cannonball tree Sphaerobolus, a genus commonly known as the cannonball fungi

                                               

1999 European Promotion Cup for Junior Men

The 1999 European Promotion Cup for Junior Men was the second edition of the basketball European Promotion Cup for U18 mens teams, today known as FIBA U18 European Championship Division C. It was played in Steinsel, Luxembourg, from 21 to 25 July ...

                                               

2001 European Promotion Cup for Junior Men

The 2001 European Promotion Cup for Junior Men was the third edition of the basketball European Promotion Cup for U18 mens teams, today known as FIBA U18 European Championship Division C. It was played in Valletta, Malta, from 11 to 15 July 2001. ...

                                               

Parachute Commando Regiments

The Parachute Commandos Regiments are parachute regiments of the 17th Parachute Division of Biskra of the land forces of the Algerian Peoples National Army. These regiments are so-called "special troops" regiments by virtue of their missions and ...

                                               

2020 OFC U-19 Championship

The 2020 OFC U-19 Championship will be the 23rd edition of the OFC U-19/U-20 Championship, the biennial international youth football championship organised by the Oceania Football Confederation for the mens under-19/under-20 national teams of Oce ...

                                               

1997 European Promotion Cup for Junior Men

The 1997 European Promotion Cup for Junior Men was the first edition of the basketball European Promotion Cup for U18 mens teams, today known as FIBA U18 European Championship Division C. It was played in Andorra la Vella, Andorra, from 8 to 12 J ...

                                               

2005 Under-18 European Promotion Cup for Men

The 2005 Under-18 European Promotion Cup for Men was the fifth edition of the basketball European Promotion Cup for U18 mens teams, today known as FIBA U18 European Championship Division C. It was played in Malta from 25 to 30 July 2005. Andorra ...

                                               

Salazar

Salazar Valley, eastern part of the autonomous community of Navarre, Spain Salazar de las Palmas, a municipality in the department of North Santander, Colombia Salazar, Burgos, village in the municipality of Villarcayo de Merindad de Castilla la ...

                                               

FA Cup (disambiguation)

The FA Cup is the national knockout football tournament in England. FA Cup may also refer to: Sri Lanka FA Cup, the main knockout cup competition in Sri Lankan football Iraq Central FA Cup, a defunct cup in Iraq that was held only once Barbados F ...

                                               

Archduke Ferdinand of Austria

There have been several men titled Archduke Ferdinand of Austria, including: Ferdinand III, Archduke of Inner Austria 1608–1657, who later ascended to the title of the Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand II, Archduke of Inner Austria 1578–1637, who late ...

                                               

Azerbaijan mens national under-16 basketball team

The Azerbaijan mens national under-16 basketball team is a national basketball team of Azerbaijan, administered by the Azerbaijan Basketball Federation. It represents the country in mens international under-16 basketball competitions.

                                               

Azerbaijan mens national under-18 basketball team

The Azerbaijan mens national under-18 basketball team is a national basketball team of Azerbaijan, administered by the Azerbaijan Basketball Federation. It represents the country in mens international under-18 basketball competitions.

                                               

Vagif Samadoghlu

Vagif Samadoghlu was an Azerbaijani poet, playwright, publicist, Peoples Poet of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Deputy of the National Assembly of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

                                               

High voltage (disambiguation)

High Voltage 1975 album, a 1975 AC/DC album, released in Australia High Voltage Festival, music festival presented by Classic Rock Magazine in 2010 "High Voltage" song, a 1975 AC/DC song "High Voltage", a Hybrid Theory song from the Hybrid Theory ...

                                               

Kings Cup (disambiguation)

The Kings Cup is an international football competition held in Thailand. Kings Cup or variant, may also refer to: Kings Cup golf, a golf tournament on the Asian Tour Kings, a drinking game Kings Cup Muay Thai, a Muay Thai tournament The Kings Cup ...

                                               

Bangladesh Amateur Boxing Federation

Bangladesh Amateur Boxing Federation is the national federation for boxing and is responsible for governing the sport in Bangladesh.Major General Kazi Sharif Kaikobad, Director General of Bangladesh Ansar and Village Defence Party, is the current ...

                                               

Bangladesh Taekwondo Federation

Bangladesh Taekwondo Federation is the national federation for Taekwondo and is responsible for governing the sport in Bangladesh. Kazi Morshed Hossain is the President and Mahmudul Islam Rana is the General Secretary of the Bangladesh Taekwondo ...

                                               

Bangladesh Volleyball Federation

Bangladesh Volleyball Federation is the national federation for Volleyball and is responsible for governing the sport in Bangladesh. Ashiqur Rahman Miku is the General Secretary of the Bangladesh Volleyball Federation.

                                               

Bangladesh Kabaddi Federation

Bangladesh Kabaddi Federation is the national federation for Kabaddi and is responsible for governing the sport in Bangladesh. Mohammad Javed Patwary, Inspector General of Bangladesh Police, is the President of Bangladesh Kabaddi Federation and G ...

                                               

Spartan MK Gallactico Sylhet FC

Spartan MK Gallactico Sylhet FC, simply known as MK Gallactico Sylhet, is a Bangladeshi football club based on Sylhet. It is mainly known for its womens team which competes in countrys top tier league Bangladesh Womens Football League. It is a Ba ...

                                               

FC Uttar Bongo

FC Uttar Bongo, is a Bangladeshi football club based on Kurigram,Rangpur.It is mainly known for its womens team which competes in countrys top tier league Bangladesh Womens Football League. It also runs a mens youth team in Pioneer League, a gras ...

                                               

Belgian Second Division (basketball)

The Belgian Second Division, also called the Tweede Nationale, is the second level of mens basketball in Belgium. The league features 14 teams and the champion has the option to promote to the Pro Basketball League.

                                               

Belgium national team

Belgium national team can refer to: Belgium womens national basketball team Belgium national basketball team Belgium national baseball team Belgium Fed Cup team tenniswomen Belgium Davis Cup team tennismen Belgium national football team Belgium n ...