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Gran

In Spanish Gran means "Great" or "Greater", and may refer to: Gran Chaco, a South American lowland natural region Gran Chimu Province, a province of La Libertad Region of Peru Gran Pajaten, an archaeological site located in the Andean cloud fores ...

                                               

Soar

Southern Astrophysical Research Telescope, optical and near-infrared telescope located on Cerro Pachon, Chile Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response, a set of applications that collect data from disparate sources and automatically respo ...

                                               

Tub

Tub may refer to: a round or oblong container with or without a lid a plant pot A Tub container a shallow, plastic or paper container, typically with a lid or closure Tub unit, a former quantity for sale or butter or cheese Quarry tub, a type of ...

                                               

Index

The Index band Index, album by Ana Mena Indexed, a Web cartoon by Jessica Hagy

                                               

Buenos Aires (disambiguation)

Buenos Aires Lake Bolivia, a lake in the Beni Department of Bolivia Greater Buenos Aires, the city of Buenos Aires and its surrounding conurbation, with 12 million inhabitants Buenos Aires, Pernambuco, Brazil Buenos Aires District, Palmares, Cost ...

                                               

Timothy of Constantinople

Timothy of Constantinople was a Chalcedonian Christian heresiologist and presbyter of the church of Hagia Sophia in Constantinople. He wrote a treatise in Greek on Christian heresies from a Chalcedonian perspective, On Those Who Enter the Church, ...

                                               

1943 in professional wrestling

April 2, 1943 – Arena Coliseo, in Mexico City, opens and holds its first professional wrestling event. The arena was owned by Salvador Lutteroth, the founder of Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre EMLL and would serve as their main venue for the foll ...

                                               

1956 in professional wrestling

April – Arena Mexico opens, built by Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre EMLL; "Mexican Wrestling Enterprise" owner Salvador Lutteroth. Arena Mexico became EMLLs main venue from that point forward and is referred to as the Cathedral of Lucha Libre.

                                               

Journal

A journal, from the Old French journal, may refer to several things. In its original meaning, it refers to a daily record of activities, but the term has evolved to mean any record of activities, regardless of time elapsed between entries, such a ...

                                               

Prince of Wales (disambiguation)

The Prince of Wales is the title traditionally given to the heir apparent to the reigning monarch of the United Kingdom. It originated as the title of independent princes of Wales in the 12th and 13th centuries. Prince of Wales may also refer to:

                                               

Crag

Crag may refer to: Crag and tail, a geological formation caused by the passage of a glacier over an area of hard rock Corralline Crag Marine deposits of Pleistocene age found in East Anglia Norwich Crag Wroxham Crag Red Crag Crag dice game, a dic ...

                                               

White night

White night may refer to: White Night 2017 film, a Canadian comedy-drama anthology White Night festivals, all-night arts festivals held in many cities worldwide in the summer White Night riots, violent events in San Francisco, California, United ...

                                               

Hungarian Swimming Championships

The Hungarian Swimming Championships are held annually in outdoor 50 m pool. The championships sometimes also works as trials for the Summer Olympics, World Championships and European Championships. Swimmers representing Hungarian swim teams may ...

                                               

Battle of Mosul

Battle of Mosul may refer to: Mosul offensive 2016, an offensive to retake the city from ISIL in 2016 Battle of Mosul 2016–17, a battle that began on October 16, 2016, to retake Mosul from ISIL 2008 Mosul offensive, part of the Ninawa campaign of ...

                                               

Rocksteady (disambiguation)

"Rock Steady" Aretha Franklin song, 1971 "Rocksteady", by Marc Broussard from Carencro "Rock Steady" The Whispers song, 1987 "Rocksteady", by Remy Shand from The Way I Feel "Rocksteady", by The Bloody Beetroots "Rock Steady" Bonnie Raitt and Brya ...

                                               

NCU

Northern Cricket Union of Ireland National Cleanup Day, a cleanup event held annually on the Third Saturday in September National Cyclists Union, a former association for bicycle racing in Great Britain

                                               

Rundown (disambiguation)

Rundown may refer to: The Rundown, a 2003 film starring Dwayne Johnson MFC 31: Rundown, a mixed martial arts event in the Canadian city of Edmonton in 2011, see MFC 31 The Rundown with Jose Diaz-Balart, a weekday morning political talk show on MS ...

                                               

Sax

Sax surname Sax Rohmer, pen name of Arthur Henry Sarsfield Ward 1883–1959, English novelist best known for creating the villain Fu Manchu Oett M. Mallard 1915–1986, also known as Sax Mallard, Chicago-based jazz saxophonist and bandleader Lincoln ...

                                               

Spectacular

Spectacular may refer to: Spectacular singer born 1976, Jamaican reggae artist Restoration spectacular, an elaborately staged "machine play" popular in Restoration-era London "Spectacular" Blue Smith, a member of Pretty Ricky "Spectacular" Kiely ...

                                               

Harambee (disambiguation)

Harambee is an East African tradition of community self-help events, and is also the official motto of Kenya. Harambee may also refer to: "Harambee", a popular Kenyan song by Daudi Kabaka Harambee African-American newspaper, a publication of the ...

                                               

KE

Kinetic energy, in physics Coulombs constant k e, in physics

                                               

Raindance

Raindance may refer to: Operation Raindance, a military offensive during the Laotian Civil War Raindance Foundation, an early video art group and public access cable pioneer Raindance Gryphon album, 1975 RainDance Technologies, an American compan ...

                                               

Kapi

Kapi may refer to: Kapi, a South Indian phonetic rendering of coffee, usually used to refer to Indian filter coffee Kapi कपि, a Sanskrit term for Monkey Kappa Alpha Pi professional, a selective undergraduate pre-law professional fraternity Kapi, ...

                                               

Long Walk

Long Walk of the Navajo, the 1864 deportation and attempted ethnic cleansing of the Navajo people by the U.S. Government The Long Walk, Michael Longs 2004 walk to Canberra to highlight Indigenous Australian issues. Now an annual event in Melbourn ...

                                               

2020 FIA European Rallycross Championship

The 2020 FIA European Rallycross Championship is the 45th season of the FIA European Rallycross Championship. The season consists of eight rounds across two categories; Supercar and Super1600.

                                               

LSM

Lanthanum strontium manganite, a crystal used as a cathode material LSM-775, a psychedelic drug similar to LSD, although less potent LSm, a family of RNA-binding proteins Modane Underground Laboratory Laboratoire Souterrain de Modane, a particle ...

                                               

Solitude (disambiguation)

In Solitude, a Swedish heavy metal band Solitude Aeturnus, metal band formerly named Solitude

                                               

Bite (disambiguation)

Biting, the process of chewing or mastication, whereby food is crushed and ground by teeth Occlusion dentistry, called "bite" e.g, as in "overbite" or "underbite", the contact between teeth

                                               

Volvo Open (disambiguation)

Volvo Open, a golf tournament held in Sweden in 1970 and 1971 Volvo Finnish Open, a golf tournament on the Challenge Tour held in Finland between 1988 and 2004 Volvo Open di Firenze, a golf tournament on the European Tour held in Italy from 1989 ...

                                               

Akhbar

Akhbar in Arabic is the plural of khabar, meaning news or, in Classical Arabic, reports about significant past events. The Arabic term occurs in the titles of many newspapers and other media, and may refer to:

                                               

Bloody Sunday

Bloody Sunday 1905, a massacre in Saint Petersburg that led to the 1905 Russian Revolution Bloody Sunday 1887, a combined police and military attack on a demonstration in London, England, against British repression in Ireland Altona Bloody Sunday ...

                                               

Malaysian Masters (disambiguation)

Several sporting events have been titled as the Malaysian Masters or similar: Pulai Springs Malaysian Masters, an Asian Tour golf tournament held in 2006. Malaysia Masters, a badminton tournament held since 2009. Volvo Masters of Asia, an Asian T ...

                                               

Genting

Genting may refer to: Genting Group, a Malaysian company Genting Grand Hotel Genting, Sarawak, an inhabited place near Kelupu and Labas Genting Sempah, the mountain on which the Genting Highlands resort is situated Genting Highlands, a mountain r ...

                                               

Council of Elders

Council of Elders may refer to: Teip Council of Elders, a council within the Chechen tribal organization Teip Council of Elders A Series of Unfortunate Events, a fictional organization Council of Elders of the Bundestag Germany, a joint deliberat ...

                                               

Aung Swe Naing

Aung Swe Naing is a three times the Mr. Myanmar event, and five times the national fitness competition Mr. Crusher winning Burmese bodybuilder. He is one of the most successful bodybuilder in Myanmar. He grabbed the gold medal at the 2010 SEA Cha ...

                                               

Ket

Ket language, the language of the Ket people Ket people, a people of Siberia Ket Sivan born 1981, Cambodian swimmer who specialized in sprint freestyle events

                                               

MFF

MFF may refer to: Molecular Frontiers Foundation, a non-profit chemistry organization Mongolian Football Federation, the governing body of football in Mongolia MFF SIM, a form-factor of Subscriber Identity Module chips for machine use Maryland Fi ...

                                               

Citizens Gavel

Citizens Gavel is a civic tech organization aimed at improving the pace of justice delivery through the use of technology. It was established in 2017 as Open Justice by Nelson Olanipekun, from an incubation programme of Civic Hive; the incubation ...

                                               

Wild card

Wild card most commonly refers to: Wild card foresight, low-probability, high-impact events Wild card sports, a tournament or playoff place awarded to an individual or team that has not qualified through normal play Wild card cards, a playing car ...

                                               

Museum for the Macedonian Struggle

Museum of the Macedonian Struggle may refer to: Museum for the Macedonian Struggle Thessaloniki, Greece, commemorating the struggle for Hellenic Macedonia. Museum of the Macedonian Struggle Skopje, North Macedonia, commemorating the 19th century ...

                                               

MCD

Multicentric Castlemans disease, a sub-type of Castlemans disease Minimal change disease, a disease of the kidney

                                               

2020 FIA World Cup for Cross-Country Bajas

The 2020 FIA World Cup for Cross-Country Bajas is the second season of the reformed FIA World Cup for Cross-Country Bajas; an annual competition for baja-style rally raid events for cars, buggies, side-by-sides, and trucks held in multiple countries.

                                               

Ukraine (disambiguation)

Ukraine is a country in Eastern Europe. Ukraine, Ukraina or Ukrayina may also refer to: Ukrainian Peoples Republic or Ukrainian National Republic, independent state proclaimed after breakup of the Russian Empire Rise up, Ukraine!, series of polit ...

                                               

CDR

.cdr, the file extension used for ISO 9660 disk images created by Disk Utility in Mac OS X CD-R, a recordable compact disc format Content Disarm & Reconstruction, a computer security technology that removes malicious code from files by processing ...

                                               

Slavica Saveljic

Slavica Saveljic is a politician in Serbia. She served in the National Assembly of Serbia from 2012 to 2014 as a member of Together for Sumadija and the United Regions of Serbia. She is now a member of the Social Democratic Party. Her main succes ...

                                               

Singapore Open

The Singapore Open can refer to several sporting events bearing the same name, or at least in part: The WTA Singapore Open, a womens tennis tournament held from 1986 to 1990 and again in 1994 Singapore Open darts Singapore Open golf Singapore Ope ...

                                               

National University Heart Centre, Singapore

The National University Heart Centre, Singapore is the countrys second national specialty centre under the National University Health System for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart problems. The centre is supported by knowledge and i ...

                                               

Expo

Singapore Expo, convention and exposition venue Worlds fair, a large international public exposition Expo MRT station, part of the Singapore MRT Changi Airport Extension, built to handle fluctuating passenger volumes due to events at the adjacent ...

                                               

SRO

SRO may refer to: S.R.O. album, by Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass, 1966 Single room occupancy, in housing Saudi Railways Organization SRO School resource officer, a police officer assigned to a school "S.R.O.", a song from the 1998 Avail album ...

                                               

Leg (disambiguation)

Leg, one stage of a relay race Leg darts, a single game of darts Leg sport, one game of a two-legged match Leg rallying, one day in a rally racing event