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Luca Berardi

Luca Berardi is a Kenyan-Italian child television host and musician. Berardi co-hosted a childrens programme, Big Minds, which aired on KBC from July 2014 to July 2016. He has recorded and released three songs, including the single A Better Place ...

                                               

Fire on the Mountain

"Fire on the Mountain," a traditional Old Time fiddle tune dating to at least the early 19th century "Fire on the Mountain," an instrumental recording of the fiddle tune by Theron Hale and Daughters in 1928 "Fire on the Mountain", a song on the 2 ...

                                               

Kami (disambiguation)

Kami is the being of worship in the Japanese tradition. Kami may also refer to: Kami official Japanese: 守, the highest rank of Kokushi officials kami Japanese "paper" or Origami paper, a type of paper often used for origami

                                               

Santi Bhirombhakdi

Santi Bhirombhakdi is a Thai billionaire business executive. He is the third-generation head of the Bhirombhakdi family, and serves as president and CEO of Boon Rawd Brewery, one of Thailands largest beer corporations. He, together with the exten ...

                                               

Siamese

Siamese most commonly refers to: The Thai language or Siamese language, a Thais language that originated in Central Thailand Someone or something from Central Thailand, see Siam disambiguation The Thai people or Siamese people an ethnic group fro ...

                                               

Scomadi Turismo Leggera

The Scomadi Turismo Leggera, also known as TL, is the first scooter made by Scomadi. It was made to fill the gap for a retro styled modern scooter.

                                               

Popular Front (disambiguation)

A popular front is a broad coalition of different political groupings, usually made up of leftists and centrists. Popular Front may refer to: United Popular Front Iraq Popular Front for Armed Resistance Comorian Popular Front Ivorian Popular Fron ...

                                               

Lella Kmar

Lella Kmar was an Ottoman odalisque and later the wife of three successive beys. Born in 1862 and died on December 31, 1942 in Tunis, she was buried in Tourbet Al Haydar in the Jellaz Cemetery.

                                               

Germaine Poliakov

Poliakov was born Germaine Rousso in 1918 in present-day Istanbul, but emigrated to France with her parents at the age of two. She went into hiding from the Gestapo in Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne, and worked as a teacher for a hidden colony of Jewish c ...

                                               

Amastris

Amastris may refer to: Amastris, one of the Amazons. Amastris insect, type genus of the treehopper tribe Amastrini Persian royalty also spelled Amestris Amastris, daughter of Artaxerxes II of Persia Amastris, daughter of Darius II, wife of Teritu ...

                                               

Durrusehvar Hanım

Ayse Durrusehvar Hanım was born in 1767 in Istanbul. She was adopted by Abdul Hamid I when he was still a prince. Since it was forbidden for princes from Ahmed I to have children before their accession to the throne. It means that she was to be k ...

                                               

Selçuk Hatun

Selçuk Hatun was an Ottoman princess, the daughter of Ottoman Sultan Mehmed I and Kumru Hatun. She was the half-sister of Murad II.

                                               

Strategos (game)

Jon Peterson identifies Strategos as being largely descended from the Prussian Kriegsspiel, and its translations, that had made their way into the hands of British military officers in the 1870s. Strategos was meant to be a training tool at vario ...

                                               

Biddemu Bazil Mwotta

Biddemu Bazil Mwotta is a Ugandan Agriculture Enthusiast, Social entrepreneur, politician, and teacher. Bazil is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of AgroDuuka Uganda Limited. He was the 82nd Guild president of Makerere University. The Guil ...

                                               

Steven Mukwala

Steven Mukwala is a Ugandan professional footballer who plays as an striker for Ugandan club Vipers SC and the Uganda national football team but currently on loan at Maroons FC of Uganda Premier League.

                                               

The Naked Room (Kyiv)

The Naked Room is a gallery for contemporary art and events based in Kyiv. Founded in 2018 by curators Lizaveta German and Maria Lanko, film director Marc Raymond Wilkins.

                                               

Programming School++

Programming School++ – abbreviated "School++" – is a free, non-formal education institution founded in 2012 in Kropyvnytskyi, Ukraine.

                                               

Beetroot AB

Beetroot AB is a Swedish-Ukrainian IT company that provides IT solutions and nearshore services in software development, design and data management. The company is represented in Kyiv, Odesa, Poltava, Ivano-Frankivsk, Kharkiv, Kremenchuk, and Sto ...

                                               

Lorena Ponce de Leon

Lorena Ponce de Leon is a Uruguayan landscape architect and athlete and the current first lady of Uruguay, as the wife of the 42nd president of Uruguay Luis Lacalle Pou.

                                               

Alvaro Delgado Ceretta

Alvaro Luis Delgado Ceretta is a Uruguayan veterinarian, rural producer and politician of the National Party who is the current Secretary of the Presidency of the Republic, since 1 March 2020. He also previously served as Representative 2005 and ...

                                               

Chori

Alejandro Dominguez footballer, born 1981, Argentine footballer Gonzalo Castro Irizabal born 1984, known as Chory Castro, Uruguayan footballer Silvano "Chori" Shueg 1900 – 1974, Cuban musician

                                               

Revolution of 1904

Revolution of 1904 was a civic-military revolt led by Aparicio Saravia against the government of Jose Batlle y Ordoñez in the Banda Oriental. It was the last military conflict between Blancos and Colorados.

                                               

Thai Tổ

Thai Tổ is an imperial temple name typically used for Vietnamese emperors who founded a particular dynasty. It may refer to: Ly Thai Tổ 1009-1028, born Ly Cong Uẩn, founder of the Ly dynasty Nguyễn Thai Tổ 1558-1613, born Nguyễn Hoàng, founder of ...

                                               

Johnny Dang

Johnny Dang is a Vietnamese jeweler based in Houston, Texas who is known for his custom grills and involvement in the American hip-hop scene. He is a founder of Johnny Dang and Co.

                                               

Cao

Air China Cargo, ICAO airline designator CAO Central Allocation Office, cross border electricity transmission capacity auction office Office of the Compliance Advisor/Ombudsman CA Osasuna, Spanish football club Civil Aviation Office of Poland Ira ...

                                               

St. Stephen (disambiguation)

Saint Ysteffan, credited as the founder of Llansteffan in Wales Stephen I of Hungary c. 975 – 1038, the last Grand Prince of the Hungarians 997–1000 and the first King of Hungary 1000–1038 Saints Stephen Theodore Cuenot and Stephen Vinh of the Vi ...

                                               

Hoan Ton-That

Hoan Ton-That is a Vietnamese-Australian serial entrepreneur. He is most recognized as the co-founder and chief executive officer of Clearview AI, a United States-based technology company using controversial facial recognition software.

                                               

Sons of al Mahrah

The Sons of al Mahrah is a Yemeni protest movement that emerged from Al Mahrah Governorate in 2018. It is led by former governor, Sheikh Ali Salem Al-Harizi. The movement protests the "Saudi occupation policy" in the al-Mahrah Governorate and the ...

                                               

Fares (disambiguation)

Josef Fares born 1977, Swedish film director Amber Fares, an actoress also from Lebanon Jallouli Fares 1909–2001, Tunisian politician Abderrahmane Fares 1911–1991, Chairman of the Provisional Executive of Algeria Issam Fares, Lebanese businessman ...

                                               

Common man

Common man may refer to: The Common Man film Dupont Lajoie, a 1975 French film "Common Man", a song by David Ruffin from his eponymous 1973 album The Common Man, a cartoon character by R. K. Laxman for "You Said It" in The Times of India Fanfare ...

                                               

Chola (disambiguation)

Chola, Dagestan Russian: Чола, a former city and state, important until medieval times, near Derbent

                                               

Chama

Rio Chama Rio Grande, a tributary of the Rio Grande Chama River Venezuela, aka Rio Chama, a river in Venezuela Chama, Colorado, USA, an unincorporated town Chama Maya site, an archaeological site in the Alta Verapaz, Guatemala Chama, New Mexico, ...

                                               

Bomb$hell Grenade

Bwalya Sophie Chibesakunda, better known by her stage name Bomb$hell Grenade or simply Bomb$hell, is a Zambian rapper, singer and actress. She first gained public recognition after the release of her single "The Berg" featuring Jay Rox. Grenade s ...

                                               

Mahogany Air

Mahogany Air is a Zambian regional airline based in Lusaka with its hub at Lusaka International Airport. Mahogany Air has its corporate headquarters at First floor, New Wing, East Park Mall, Great East Road, Lusaka.

                                               

Mike Auret

Michael Theodore Hayes Auret was a Zimbabwean farmer, politician, and activist. A devout Catholic, he served as chairman and later director of the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace in Zimbabwe from 1978 until 1999. He also served as a mem ...

                                               

Crocodile Sounds

Crocodile Sounds is a military band of the Zimbabwe National Army‚ stationed at Inkomo Barracks in Harare, the national capital, where it serves aa part of the Mechanised Brigade. It was formed in 2015 through contributions by members of the brig ...

                                               

Anti-poaching

Anti-poaching is the organised act to counter the poaching of wildlife. However, it is generally used to describe an overall effort against the illegal wildlife trade. The act of anti-poaching is normally carried out by national parks on public l ...

                                               

Median (disambiguation)

Median geometry, in geometry, a line joining a vertex of a triangle to the midpoint of the opposite side Median statistics, in statistics, a number that separates the lowest- and highest-value halves Geometric median, a point minimizing the sum o ...

                                               

Pouria Nouri

Pouria Nouri,is an Iranian cinema photographer. has worked in various artistic genres and is one of the prominent photographers in Iranian cinema and theater. During the 2018 Dervish protests, because of his brother Kasra Nouri, he was arrested a ...

                                               

InLibertà

InLibertà is an Italian online magazine founded in 2010, based in Rome. The newspaper is owned by InLibertà.it srl, whose majority shareholder is Enzo Di Stasio, founder and head of publication. It is registered as a newspaper at the Law Court of ...

                                               

Japanese escort ship CD-198

She was laid down on 31 December 1944 at the Nagasaki shipyard of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries for the benefit of the Imperial Japanese Navy and launched on 26 February 1945. On 11 March 1945, she was completed and commissioned. On 10 August 1945, ...

                                               

Japanese escort ship CD-194

She was laid down on 18 December 1944 at the Nagasaki shipyard of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries for the benefit of the Imperial Japanese Navy and launched on 15 February 1944. On 15 March 1945, she was completed and commissioned. On 10 August 1945, ...

                                               

Karolina Skorek

Karolina Skorek is a Polish fine art photographer based in Wales, UK, who creates surreal images by combining and modifying photographs and other materials. Skorek was born and raised in Sosnowiec, Poland, and graduated from Academy of Fine Arts ...

                                               

Krystyna Sedzimir-Krawcow

Krystyna Sedzimir-Krawcow also written as Krystina Sedzimir-Kravcowa is a former Polish long track speed skater, who was active in the 1940s and early 1950s. Sedzimir represented her nation at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Wo ...

                                               

Russian civilization

Russian civilization - civilization, formed by russians, main civilization of multicivilizational Russia; a concept related to Russian philosophy and ideas of Slavophilia and Pan-Slavism. The core of Russian identity was shaped by Slavic, Tatar, ...

                                               

Zinger

Zingers, an American snack cake made by both Dolly Madison and Hostess A descriptor added to names of some tart varieties of teas made by Celestial Seasonings The Zinger, a type of chicken sandwich made by KFC

                                               

Parsadi Lal Meena

Parsadi Lal Meena is an Indian politician and currently serving as Minister of Industry Devlopment and State Enterprises in Ashok Gehlot ministry and also member of 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 13th and 15th Legislative Assembly of Rajasthan. He also se ...

                                               

Byrathi Suresh

Suresh married to Smt Byrathi Padmavati. They have a son and a daughter. His wife Padmavati unsuccessfully contested from Hosakote Constituency in By-elections 2019.

                                               

Lalitha Ravish

Lalitha Ravish is an Indian politician and the current mayor of Tumkur, Karnataka, India. She is a Janata Dal politician.

                                               

Pazhani Swami

Pazhani Swami is one of the master performers in Irula dance of Irula tribal comminity and an actor in Malayalam movie industry. He is the leader of Azad Kala Sangham, a prominent troupe from Attappadi which performs Irula dance of tribal communi ...