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Yvette Bonny

Yvette Bonny is a Haitian Canadian pediatrician. She arrived in Canada in 1962 where, unusually for a black immigrant, she become established as a doctor. In April 1980, she performed the first bone marrow transplant on a child in eastern Canada. ...

                                               

Tin Ha Shan

When the ban on human settlement of coastal areas of the Great Clearance was lifted in 1668, the coastal defense was reinforced. Twenty-one fortified mounds, each manned with an army unit, were created along the border of Xinan County, and at lea ...

                                               

Takula tofao

The Takula Tofao is usually made of steel. The shape is bowl-shaped and consists of steel strips that are joined with rivets or metal wire. It has a narrow helmet rim and two combs arranged according to length and width, which are provided with p ...

                                               

Muhammad Shohibul Fikri

Muhammad Shohibul Fikri is an Indonesian badminton player who plays in the doubles event. His club is PB. SGS PLN in Bandung, West Java.

                                               

Iranian support vessel Konarak

The Iranian ship Konarak is a Hendijan -class support vessel. It was built in the Netherlands, and has been in service since 1988. Originally intended as a support and logistics ship, Konarak was overhauled in 2018, and is now armed with anti-shi ...

                                               

Nastihan

Nastihan is a Turanian hero who was involved in the Iran-Turan wars. He fled from the Battle of Homavn. Afrasiab sent Nastihan to the Iranian war after killing his other son Houman with 10.000 men.

                                               

Tech 4 Peace

Tech 4 Peace is an Iraqi Canadian-based project launched in April 2016. It allows a group of "young men and women", who state that they are gathered by a handful of different ideas, and they have spent through their aspirations on Facebook to fig ...

                                               

Mahmoud Abdeen

Mahmoud Abdeen is a Jordanian professional basketball player. He plays for the Jordanian national basketball team and Al-Wehdat SC. He is the MVP of the 2019-20 season, and considered one of the all-star five players of the league.

                                               

Eleven Men and a Ball

Eleven Men and a Ball is a 1948 Italian sports comedy film directed by Giorgio Simonelli and starring Carlo Dapporto, Carlo Campanini and Clelia Matania. The films sets were designed by the art director Saverio DEugenio.

                                               

2020 Italian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship

The 2020 Italian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship was held from October 28, 2019 to January 26, 2020 in two stages: the group stage from October 28, 2019 to January 17, 2020 and the playoff stage from January 24 to 26, 2020. 21 teams took part ...

                                               

Amin Abu Hawwas

Amin Ismail Abu Hawwas is a Jordanian-American basketball player. He plays for the Jordanian national basketball team and played for the Orthodox Basketball Club in the 2018-19 season.

                                               

Joanne Jordan (talent agent)

Joanna "Jo" Jordan is a British businesswoman and talent agent. She is the founder and chief executive of Central Talent Booking, a talent agency with offices in Los Angeles, New York City and London. Jordans initial jobs were as an au pair and a ...

                                               

Jerry Johnson

Jerry Johnson running back 1894–1947, American football player Jerry Johnson baseball born 1943, Major League Baseball pitcher Jerry Johnson defensive tackle born 1977, American football player Jerry Johnson basketball coach, NCAA mens basketball ...

                                               

2020 Asian Mens Youth Handball Championship

The 2020 Asian Mens Youth Handball Championship will be 9th edition of the championship to be held from 24 October to 3 November 2020 at Almaty, Kazakhstan under the aegis of Asian Handball Federation. It will be first time in history that the ch ...

                                               

Anne Matindi

Mrs Anne Matindi was born in Muranga District, Kenya, and was educated at Nginda Girls School and Kahuhia Girls School. By the time of her first collection of stories in 1967, she was married with three children. Matindis stories, set in East Afr ...

                                               

2004 London Marathon

The 2004 London Marathon was the 24th running of the annual marathon race in London, United Kingdom, which took place on Sunday, 18 April. The elite mens race was won by Kenyas Evans Rutto in a time of 2:06:18 hours and the womens race was won in ...

                                               

2007 Tokyo Marathon

The 2007 Tokyo Marathon was the inaugural edition of the annual marathon race in Tokyo, Japan and was held on Sunday, 18 February. The competition replaced the Tokyo International Marathon, an elite men-only competition held since 1981. The new c ...

                                               

VI Corps (North Korea)

The VI Corps was a corps of the North Korean Peoples Army. It took part in the Korean War and was one of the units withdrawn to China in Autumn 1950 for training and reorganisation. It returned to Korea in 1951, as one of only three full strength ...

                                               

Ko Gen-hi

Ko Gen-hi is a former North Korean long track speed skater, who was active in the 1950s and 1960s. Ko Gen-hi was, together with Kim Men-sen, the first North Korean women who represented North Korea at an international speed skating championship. ...

                                               

2001 Pacific Curling Championships

The 2001 Pacific Curling Championships were held from November 6 to 10 at the Jeonju Indoor Ice Rink in Jeonju, South Korea. Japans Hiroaki Kashiwagi won the mens event over New Zealands Sean Becker it was the second Pacific title for the Japanes ...

                                               

Kosovo womens national under-18 basketball team

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

                                               

Ulukbek Zholdoshbekov

Ulukbek Zholdoshbekov is a Kyrgyzstani freestyle wrestler. In 2020 he won the gold medal in the 61 kg event at the 2020 Asian Wrestling Championships held in New Delhi, India.

                                               

Wushu at the 1998 Asian Games – Mens sanda 52 kg

The mens sanda 52 kg at the 1998 Asian Games in Bangkok, Thailand was held from 16 to 19 December at the Thammasat Gymnasium 6. Sanda, formerly knows as Sanshou is the official Chinese full contact combat sport. Sanda Sanshou is a fighting system ...

                                               

Dace Regza

Dace Regza is a Latvian female curler and curling coach. At the national level, she is a nine-time Latvian womens champion 2002, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, a three-time mixed champion 2011, 2016, 2018 and a two-time mixed dou ...

                                               

Viņas melo labāk

Viņas melo labāk is a Latvian summer daytime soap opera broadcast by TV3 Latvia. It is one of the longest-running serial with 6 seasons and with well-known Latvian actors – Andris Bullis, Lauris Reiniks, Evija Skulte, Karīna Tatarinova etc. The s ...

                                               

Tenis Melngailis

Tenis Melngailis was a son of the famous Latvian composer Emilis Melngailis. Tenis was taught to play chess by his father, who himself was a strong chess player. In 1938, following the results of Latvian Chess Championship, Tenis Melngailis takes ...

                                               

Norway national floorball team

The Norway Mens National Floorball Team is the national floorball team of Norway, and a member of the International Floorball Federation. Affiliated clubs send their best players to tryout and compete bi-yearly in the Mens World Floorball Champio ...

                                               

The Fear of Fear

The Fear of Fear is a Lebanese short film written and directed by Elie Fahed, released in September 2019. It was screened at the GQ Portugal" Men Of The Year” ceremony, the first film by a Lebanese filmmaker presented there.

                                               

Safa WFC

Safa Women Football Club, or simply Safa, is a Lebanese womens association football club based in Wata El-Museitbeh, Beirut, section of the homonymous football club. Founded in 2019, they compete in the Lebanese Womens Football League.

                                               

LSL

LSL is a three letter abbreviation, which may refer to: Sports Leicestershire Senior League, a football competition Leinster Senior League Mens hockey, a field hockey league in Ireland Leinster Senior League rugby, an Irish rugby union competitio ...

                                               

LBA

Long branch attraction, an error in molecular phylogeny Ligand binding assay, an assay whose procedure relies on the binding of ligands to receptors, antibodies, and other macromolecules. Live blood analysis, the observation of live blood cells t ...

                                               

Public Security Police Force Band

The Public Security Police Force Band is a police band of the Public Security Police Force of Macau used for public ceremonies in the Macao Special Administrative Region of the Peoples Republic of China. It is a military-style band with roots in ...

                                               

Malawi at the African Games

Malawi has competed in the African Games since the second Games in 1973. Athletes from Malawi have won a total of five medals in three Games, first winning in 1987. While competing, two athletes have also broken the national record in 800 metres, ...

                                               

Kalkara Naval Cemetery

The Kalkara Naval Cemetery is a cemetery in Kalkara in the South Eastern Region of Malta. The main entrance to the cemetery is at the junction of Triq Santa Rokku and Triq San Leonardu. The cemetery is divided into Protestant and Roman Catholic s ...

                                               

William Cain

William Cain may refer to: Sir William Cain, 1st Baronet 1864–1924, English brewer and philanthropist William Cain Australian politician, one of the Members of the Victorian Legislative Council, 1902–1904 Bill Cain athletic director fl. 1975–1980 ...

                                               

David Doyle

David Doyle is the name of: David Doyle writer, American writer on historic military vehicles David Doyle rower born 1961, Australian who competed in rowing at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Mens coxless four David J. Doyle, Michigan politician David ...

                                               

RFD

Rally of Democratic Forces, Regroupement des forces democratiques a political party in Mauritania Richmond Fire Department, an emergency services provider in California RFD, a safety equipment company founded by Reginald Foster Dagnall

                                               

Minya

Minya Governorate in Egypt Minya, Egypt, capital city of the Minya Governorate; Ancient Egyptian name Menat Khufu, meaning the nursing city of Khufu The Coptic Catholic Eparchy of Minya Khirbat al-Minya, the remains of an Umayyad qasr fortified p ...

                                               

MMM

MMM Global, a relaunch of the MMM Ponzi scheme in 2011 3M NYSE: MMM, a US company MMM Ponzi scheme, a Russian company 1989-1994 Morgan-McClure Motorsports, a defunct NASCAR team Messner Mountain Museum Mauritian Militant Movement, a political party

                                               

FIS Cross-Country Balkan Cup

The FIS Cross-Country Balkan Cup is a series of cross-country skiing events arranged by the International Ski Federation. It is one of the nine FIS Cross-Country Continental Cups, a second-level competition ranked below the World Cup. The Balkan ...

                                               

Tripko Dzakovic

Tripko Dzakovic was Montenegrin Serb voivode who fought in many battles against Ottoman Turks. In the year 1852, he participated in the fighting with Pljevlja Turks near Bistrica, where he was wounded twice. During the Montenegrin-Ottoman War fro ...

                                               

Felix Mora

Felix Mora was a sergeant in the French Army during World War II. He was known for conducting recruitment operations of Moroccan workers for the HBNPC.

                                               

Sellam Amezian

Mohammed Sellam Amezian was born in 1925 in Beni Boukhlef, within the Ait Ouriaghel trip in the Rif region in northern Morocco. He studied at the University of al-Qarawiyyin in Fez and graduated from it. At the beginning of the fifties, he was se ...

                                               

Pant

Pant may refer to: Trousers, an article of clothing worn on the lower half of the body To breathe quickly, spasmodically, or in a labored manner Underpants, an item of mens underwear Pants, in the words singular form Panting is used by many furry ...

                                               

Princess Charlotte (1813 ship)

Princess Charlotte was launched in Sunderland in 1813. She immediately started trading with the Indian Ocean and India under a license from the British East India Company. She made one voyage for the EIC, and she made two voyages transporting con ...

                                               

9th Defense Battalion

The 9th Defense Battalion was a United States Marine Corps defense battalion and was equipped and trained in both defensive and offensive weapons. The battalion was sent to the Pacific Theater of Operations and took part in combat operations at G ...

                                               

Personal

Telecom Personal, a mobile phone company in Argentina and Paraguay The Personal, a Canadian-based group car insurance and home insurance company Personal, Inc., a Washington, D.C based tech startup

                                               

Miriams Flowers

Miriams Flowers is a play by Latinx playwright Migdalia Cruz, first published in 1990. The play takes place in New York City’s borough, the Bronx in the 1970’s, and details the experiences of the Puerto Rican Nieves family as its members grapple ...

                                               

Tellus

Tellus is a Latin word meaning "Earth" and may refer to: Tellus comics, a comic book character and member of the Legion of Super-Heroes Tellus Audio Cassette Magazine, an extinct nonprofit audio art project now housed on the web at UbuWeb An alte ...

                                               

Licinia (disambiguation)

Licinia is a Latin name and proper adjective that may refer to: Lex Licinia or Licinian Law, any ancient Roman law proposed by a member of the gens Licinia, including Licinia gens, the ancient Roman clan that used the family name Licinius for men ...