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AWG (disambiguation)

AWG is an abbreviation for American wire gauge AWG may also refer to: In science and technology: Arrayed waveguide grating, in telecommunications, an optical demultiplexing device Atmospheric water generator, a device that extracts water from hum ...

                                               

Sawsan Taqawi

In the 2011 Bahraini parliamentary by-election held in the aftermath of the Bahraini uprising, she was elected unopposed as an independent candidate to Bahrains lower house of parliament representing the Northern Governorates second district. She ...

                                               

Muna Al Hashemi

Muna Al Hashemi is a Bahraini businesswoman and deputy CEO of the Batelco Group. She previously served as the CEO of Batelco from 2015 to 2017, before assuming her current position. She was ranked 15th by Forbes Middle East amongst the 100 Most I ...

                                               

GFA

Fredericton International Airport, formerly Greater Fredericton Airport Gliding Federation of Australia, the governing body of gliding in Australia ICAO designator for Gulf Air, a Bahraini airline

                                               

Bangladesh Basketball Federation

Bangladesh Basketball Federation is the national federation for Basketball and is responsible for governing the sport in Bangladesh. Dr. Mostafa Jalal Mohiuddin is the President of Bangladesh Basketball Federation.

                                               

Bashundhara Kings Women

Bashundhara Kings Women is a Bangladeshi Womens association football club affiliated with Bashundhara Kings. It was established in 2019 ahead of 2020 Bangladesh Womens Football League.

                                               

A Caribbean Dream

A Caribbean Dream is a 2017 romantic comedy, directed by Shakirah Bourne, and adapted by Shakirah Bourne and Melissa Simmonds of William Shakespeares, A Midsummer Nights Dream. Starring Aden Gillett as Theseus, Sonia Williams as Hippolyta, and an ...

                                               

Leigh-Anne Pinnock

Leigh-Anne Pinnock is an English singer, known for being a member of the British four-piece girl group Little Mix. The group was formed on the eighth series of The X Factor in 2011 and became the first group to win the competition.

                                               

Cheesecake (disambiguation)

"Cheese Cake", a song on the Aerosmith album Night in the Ruts 1979 "Cheescake" Teo song, by Belarusian singer Teo Cheese Cake album, by Dexter Gordon "Cheese Cake", a song on the Dexter Gordon album Go 1962

                                               

Miss Africa Great Britain

Miss Africa Great Britain is a beauty pageant open to African women resident in the United Kingdom. The winner becomes a goodwill ambassador for Miss Africa Great Britain, charged with designing and implementing a charity program based on her Pag ...

                                               

Alice Jane Muskett

Alice Jane Muskett was an Australian-born artist and author. It is believed her picture of puritans illustrating her poem, The Pillory was the first illustration by a woman to be published in The Bulletin.

                                               

Annette Bezor

Annette Bezor, born Annette Bateman, was an Australian painter and feminist, who lived and worked in Adelaide, South Australia. She was known for appropriating classical and pop culture images of women and using them to create stylised representa ...

                                               

FBF

Federação Bahiana de Futebol, the Football Federation of Bahia, Brazil Benin Football Federation French: Federation Beninoise de Football Burkinabe Football Federation French: Federation Burkinabe de Foot-Ball Bolivian Football Federation Spanish ...

                                               

BBK

BBK may refer to: Birkbeck, University of London Boy Better Know, a British grime crew and record label Blåsuts BK, a bandy club in Sweden "B.B.K." song, by the band Korn from their 1998 album Follow the Leader Barclays Bank of Kenya, a commercia ...

                                               

2015 FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship for Women Division B

The 2015 FIBA U16 Womens European Championship Division B was the 12th edition of the Division B of the European basketball championship for womens national under-16 teams. It was played in Ohrid and Struga, Republic of Macedonia, from 13 to 23 A ...

                                               

Aye Soe

Aye Soe is a Burmese female top professional bodybuilder. She is the first female Burmese bodybuilder to win a gold medal in an international competition at Womens Athletic Physique contest held in Singapore’s NUS center. She won the Miss Fitness ...

                                               

Wes

Wes given name, including a list of people and fictional characters with the name William Wesley born 1964, basketball facilitator known as "Worldwide Wes" Wes Madiko born 1964, Cameroonian musician better known as "Wes"

                                               

Valere Nka

Brig. Gen. Valere Nka is a Cameroonian general who has commanded Cameroonian soldiers in the Boko Haram insurgency and the Anglophone Crisis. He has also served as Defence Attache to Nigeria. In February 2017, Nka was named chief of the 4th Inter ...

                                               

John Reno Jackson

John Reno Jackson is a Caymanian multidisciplinary artist. His practice is based around painting, photography, performance, and sculpture.

                                               

Zenab Issa Oki Soumaïne

Oki graduated with a baccalaureate in 2003, and in 2005 began to study in Sabangali for a degree in finance. She later decided to move to a career in aviation and her first pilots licence was awarded in Miami for a Hawker 900XPI. On 3 May 2017 Ok ...

                                               

Joven Daniel

Joven Daniel was a brigantine of the Chilean Navy that entered service in 1838 serving as transport in Manuel Bulnes expedition to Peru during the War of the Confederation. The ship became later known for its wreck off the coast of Araucania in 1 ...

                                               

Primera division

Paraguayan Primera Division, Paraguay CONMEBOL South America Chilean Primera Division, Chile Venezuelan Primera Division, Venezuela Argentine Primera Division, Argentina Uruguayan Primera Division, Uruguay Peruvian Primera Division, Peru Salvador ...

                                               

Monica Aguilar Bonilla

Monica Aguilar Bonilla is a Costa-Rican archaeologist. She is Professor of Archaeology and Anthropology in the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Costa Rica.

                                               

Catalina Murillo

Catalina Murillo Valverde is a Costa Rican author and screenwriter, winner of the Aquileo J. Echeverria Award in 2018 for her novel Maybe Managua.

                                               

Ines Sanchez

Ines Aleida Sanchez Guarde de Revuelta is a Cuban-Costa Rican journalist. She is currently the host of the television program Teleclub, a position she has held since its premiere in 1963. She has been recognized by Guinness World Records as the l ...

                                               

2019 Czech Womens Curling Championship

The 2019 Czech Womens Curling Championship was held in Prague from April 4 to 8, 2019. Four teams took part in the championship, with the top three promoted to the playoffs, which involved a best of three semifinal and final. The winners of the c ...

                                               

2019 Czech Mixed Doubles Curling Championship

The 2019 Czech Mixed Doubles Curling Championship was held in Prague from February 1 to 3, 2019. Six teams took part in the championship, with the top three teams promoted to the playoffs which involved a best of three semifinal and final. The wi ...

                                               

Drahuna Vokurkova

Drahuna Vokurkova also written as Drahoslava Vokurkovac is a former Czechoslovak long track speed skater, who was active in the 1940s. Vokurkova represented her nation at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women in 1947, finishing ...

                                               

Karla Borovska

Karla Borovska is a former Czechoslovak long track speed skater, who was active in the 1950s. Borovska represented her nation three times at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women. In 1955 finishing 14th overall, in 1956 finishi ...

                                               

Hana Bartovska

Hana Bartovska is a former Czechoslovak long track speed skater, who was active in the 1950s and early 1960. Bartovska represented her nation four times at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women. In 1955 finishing 12th overall, ...

                                               

Libuse Hanzlikova

Libuse Hanzlikova, married Silny is a former Czechoslovak long track speed skater, who was active in the 1940s and 1950s. Hanzlikova represented her nation at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women in 1950, finishing 16th overal ...

                                               

Vera Prochazkova

Vera Prochazkova is a former Czechoslovak long track speed skater, who was active in from the 1950s until the 1970s Prochazkova represented her nation twice at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women. In 1956, finishing 12th over ...

                                               

Late August at the Hotel Ozone

Late August at the Hotel Ozone is a 1967 Czechoslovak drama film by director Jan Schmidt based on a screenplay by Pavel Juracek.

                                               

Miss Silvers Past

Miss Silvers Past is a 1969 novel by Czech author Josef Skvorecky. Written between 1963 and 1967 prior to the Prague Spring, it was published after it.

                                               

St Dominic (disambiguation)

St Dominic de la Calzada 1019–1109, Spanish Saint Saint Dominic 1170–1221, founder of the Dominican Order St Dominic Savio 1842-1857, Italian Saint St Dominic of Silos 1000–1073, Spanish Benedictine Saint

                                               

State college (disambiguation)

State College, PA Metropolitan Statistical Area State College Area High School, a high school inside State College State College Area School District, a school district serving State College State College-DuBois, PA Combined Statistical Area Stat ...

                                               

East Germany womens national volleyball team

The East Germany womens national volleyball team was the national team of East Germany. It was governed by the Deutscher Sportverband Volleyball der DDR and took part in international volleyball competitions until it disbanded in 1990 following G ...

                                               

2009 East Timorese local elections

Local elections were held in East Timor on 9 October 2009 to elect for Village Chiefs and delegates for Village Councils in 442 sucos. It included the election of Hamlet Chiefs in aldeias. Elected officials will serve a six-year term. On 13 Octob ...

                                               

Dulce de Jesus Soares

Dulce de Jesus Soares is an East Timorese politician, and a member of the National Congress for Timorese Reconstruction. She is the incumbent Minister of Education, Youth and Sports, serving since June 2018 under the VIII Constitutional Governmen ...

                                               

Albina Marçal Freitas

Albina Marçal Freitas or Albina Marcal Freitas was an East Timorese politician. She was a freedom fighter who spent four years under arrest and was then mistrusted by her colleagues. She was restored in 1996 and rose to be a member of parliament.

                                               

2016 East Timorese local elections

Local elections were held in East Timor on 29 October 2016 for the first round and on 13 November 2016 for the second round to elect for Village Chiefs and delegates for Village Councils in 442 sucos. It included the election of Hamlet Chiefs in ...

                                               

Witch Prophet

Ayo Leilani, also known by her stage name Witch Prophet, is an Ethiopian/Eritrean musician based in Toronto, Canada. As Witch Prophet, she has released two albums: The Golden Octave and DNA Activation. She co-founded and is the co-director of 88 ...

                                               

Eyerusalem Jiregna

Eyerusalem Jiregna is an Ethiopian photographer. She is based in Addis Ababa and focuses on women doing non traditionally female jobs. She is known for her photos of the local women of Harar. Jiregna attended university in the United States where ...

                                               

Ugochi Emenayo

Ugochi Emenayo is a Nigerian professional footballer who plays for Nasarawa Amazons and the Nigeria womens national football team.

                                               

Guam at major beauty pageants

This is a list of Guam s official representatives and their placements at the Big Four international beauty pageants, considered the most important in the world. Hundreds of beauty pageants are conducted yearly, but the Big Four are considered th ...

                                               

Lily (disambiguation)

Lily: A Longitudinal View of Life with Down Syndrome, a 1978 documentary film "Lily" Diagnosis Murder episode The Lily film, a 1926 American film directed by Victor Schertzinger "Lily" Once Upon a Time, an episode from the television series Once ...

                                               

Aishling Sheridan

Aishling Sheridan is an Australian rules footballer playing for the Collingwood Football Club in the AFL Womens. She has also played ladies Gaelic football for Cavan in the Gaelic Athletic Association and Australian rules football for NT Thunder ...

                                               

National Coalition of Guinea for the Rights and Citizenship of Women

The National Coalition of Guinea for the Rights and Citizenship of Women is a womens rights group in Guinea. CONAG-DCF is a coalition of NGOs and unions of teachers and researchers from across Guinea. It documents violence against women, helps wo ...

                                               

Joy Foster

Joy Foster is a Jamaican table tennis player. She set the Guiness World Record as the youngest sportsperson to represent their country in an international match when she participated in the West Indies Championship in 1958, aged eight. She is als ...

                                               

Phyllis MacPherson-Russell

Phyllis Claire Macpherson-Russell OD, OJ was a Jamaican politician for the Peoples National Party. She was rappoteur for the World Conference on Women, 1975.