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FC Djursland

FC Djursland is an association football club based in the town of Grenaa, Denmark, that competes in the Denmark Series, the fourth tier of the Danish football league system. The club is a merger established in Djursland in 2009, originally betwee ...

Heaven (Chris Rea song)

Heaven is a song by British singer-songwriter Chris Rea, released in 1991 as the second single from his eleventh studio album Auberge. It was written by Rea and produced by Jon Kelly. "Heaven" reached No. 57 in the UK Singles Chart and remained i ...

Fad (disambiguation)

A fad is a practice or interest followed for a time with exaggerated zeal. Fad or FAD may also refer to: Fad Browne 1906–1991, Irish politician First appearance datum, the date of the oldest known fossil of a living species Fish aggregating devic ...

Abuja Agreement

Abuja Agreement or Abuja Accord may refer to: Abuja Accord Liberia, a peace treaty signed 19 August 1995 in an attempt to end the Liberian Civil War Abuja Treaty, an international agreement signed on June 3, 1991, in Abuja, Nigeria Abuja Agreemen ...

Marinette

Marinette, Nova Scotia, a community of the Halifax Regional Municipality in Canada Marinette, Arizona, a ghost town in Maricopa County, U.S. Marinette County, Wisconsin, the county in the northeast corner of Wisconsin, U.S. Marinette, Wisconsin, ...

MM3

MM3 may refer to: MM3 force field, a class of force fields in chemistry The Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile. Might and Magic III: Isles of Terra, a 1991 video game for the PC and many other platforms Mm 3, a cubic megametre or ze ...

Satisfied

"Satisfied" Hamilton song, a song from the musical Hamilton "Satisfied" Richard Marx song, 1989 "Satisfied", a The Buzzhorn song from Disconnected "Satisfied" Aranda song, 2012 "Satisfied", a Galantis song featuring MAX "Satisfied" Jewel song, 20 ...

P44

P44 or P-44 may refer to: P44, a Latvian state regional road - see List of National Roads in Latvia P-44 Rocket, a proposed variant of the Republic P-43 Lancer World War II fighter aircraft HMS United P44, a Second World War Royal Navy submarine ...

Bosmania

Bosmania is a genus of ferns in the family Polypodiaceae, subfamily Microsoroideae, erected in 2019. As of February 2020, the genus was not accepted by some sources.

People Power Party

People Power Party may refer to: United Democratic Sabah Peoples Power Party Malaysia People Power Victoria – No Smart Meters Australia Partido Lakas ng Tao People Power Party, predecessor of Lakas–CMD 1991 Philippines Peoples Political Power Par ...

Fax (disambiguation)

Fax, short for facsimile, is a telecommunications technology used to transfer copies of documents over the telephone network. Fax may also refer to: Fresno Area Express, a public transit agency operating in Fresno, California Fax TV series, BBC c ...

S46

S46, S-46 or S.46 may refer to: S46 Berlin, a public transportation route in Germany USS S-46 SS-157, a 1923 United States Navy submarine which saw service during World War II Semangat 46, a defunct political party in Malaysia S46: If swallowed, ...

Mongolian barbecue (disambiguation)

Mongolian barbecue usually refers to a style of stir-fry griddle cooking that originated in Taiwan, but has nothing to do with Mongolia. Mongolian barbecue may also refer to: BDs Mongolian Grill, an American restaurant chain offering the above-me ...

Joanikije Micovic

Joanikije Micovic is a Serbian Orthodox bishop who has served as the head of the Eparchy of Budimlja and Niksic since 2002.

Third Force

Third party United States, in American politics Third party politics, party other than one of the two dominant ones in a two-party political system Third parties in a two-party system in which two political parties dominate voting in nearly all e ...

Apparently Nothin

Apparently Nothin is a 1991 song by British/American acid jazz band Young Disciples. It features singer Carleen Anderson and was released as the second single from their only album, Road to Freedom. The song remains their biggest hit, peaking at ...

Jayson Potroz

Jayson Potroz is a New Zealand rugby union player. He plays at fullback in the Mitre 10 Cup for Taranaki. Potroz has been in and around the Taranaki rugby scene since leaving Francis Douglas Memorial College in 2009 playing age-grade and developm ...

Nazca (disambiguation)

Nazca Desert, an alternate name for the Sechura Desert in western South America Nazca Plate, a tectonic plate in the west of South America Nazca District, a district in the Nazca province, Peru Nazca Province, a province in the Ica Region, Peru N ...

Executive Office Building

Executive Office Building may refer to: New Executive Office Building, a U.S. government office building on the north side of Pennsylvania Avenue, across from the Eisenhower Executive Office Building Executive Office Building, $10-million structu ...

Serbo-Croatian (disambiguation)

Serbo-Croatian or Serbo-Croat usually refers to: Serbo-Croatian, a South Slavic language, and primary language of Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro It may also refer to shared aspects of culture in Serbia and Croatia, or in ...

Red Dot (disambiguation)

Red Dot may refer to: The untitled eighth track on Pearl Jams 1998 album Yield A descriptive name for Bindi, a forehead decoration applied in the center of the forehead close to the eyebrows RedDot Solutions, the Web Solutions Group of Open Text ...

Croatia–Slovenia border

The Croatia–Slovenia border is the border separating Croatia and Slovenia within the European Union. Until 2009, litigation over the marine border at the level of the Adriatic Sea undermined relations between the two countries. Slovenia, member o ...

Turkmenbasy

Turkmenbasy, or Turkmenbashi in Anglicised spelling, literally "Head Turkmen" or "Head of the Turkmen," is a term coined by Saparmurat Niyazov that was used in several contexts: A title Niyazov bestowed upon himself during his lifetime term as Pr ...

Dum disambiguation)

Dum is a city in West Bengal, India. Dum or Dum Dums may also refer to: Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport, formerly known as Dum Airport "Dum Dum" song, a 1961 single by Brenda Lee Dumdums band, a British guitar-pop band that split ...

Murder 101

Murder 101 2014 film, an American horror film Murder 101 film series, a 2006–2008 series of four Hallmark mystery films with Dick and Barry Van Dyke Murder 101 1991 film, a TV film starring Pierce Brosnan

Stanley Leighton (businessman)

Stanley Ellis Leighton was a construction entrepreneur. He was the founder of Leighton Contractors, later known as CIMIC Group, which is Australias largest contracting business.

All Good Things

"All Good Things", a song by Mandy Moore from Wild Hope 2007 Also recorded by co-writers The Weepies, from Hideaway 2008 "All Good Things Come to an End", a 2006 song by Nelly Furtado

Never Say Never

"Never Say Never" Basement Jaxx song, 2014 "Never Say Never", by Thundamentals from Everyone We Know, 2017 "Never Say Never" T. Graham Brown song, 1989 "Never Say Never" Justin Bieber song, 2010 "Never Say Never", by Styx from Cornerstone, 1979 " ...

Reese Witherspoon filmography

Reese Witherspoon is an American actress and producer. She made her acting debut in The Man in the Moon. Witherspoon rose to prominence in 1999 with Cruel Intentions and for her portrayal of Tracy Flick in the black comedy Election, which earned ...

Realm (disambiguation)

Realm is the dominions of a king ; a kingdom. Realm may also more broadly refer to everything which falls within a certain set of parameters and may specifically refer to:

Manipulation

Robotic manipulation Card manipulation Spinal manipulation Manual therapy manipulation Coin manipulation Hat manipulation Joint manipulation Object manipulation

Resource management (disambiguation)

Resource management is the deployment of organizational resources when and where they are needed. Resource management may also refer to: Physical resources Natural resource management, the management of natural resources Water resource management ...

Storm of the Century (disambiguation)

Storm of the century is a term usually applied to a particularly damaging or notable weather event during a specific century. It may refer to:

Air Toronto

Air Toronto, previously Commuter Express, was a passenger airline based at Toronto Pearson International Airport primarily provided connector flights for passengers of Air Canada.

Niall McLaughlin Architects

Extension of London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, Hammersmith, London 2017 Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre at Worcester College, Oxford 2018 Radcliffe Observatory Quarter at Somerville College, Oxford 2011 Catherine Hughes Building at Somerville C ...

Doki doki

Doki Doki, or doki-doki is a term for the sound of a beating heart in Japanese sound symbolism. doki may refer to:

Olivier

Olivier is the French form of the given name Oliver. It may refer to: Olivier salad, a popular dish of Russian cuisine Olivier, Louisiana, a rural populated place in the United States Olivier surname, a list of people Olivier given name, a list o ...

Eridanus Stream

Eridanus Stream is the 1.65 km long stream on eastern Byers Peninsula, Livingston Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica that drains Feya Tarn, flows northwards along the west side of Tsamblak Hill, crosses Robbery Beaches and empties i ...

Bedek Stream

Bedek Stream is the 3.2 km long stream on eastern Byers Peninsula, Livingston Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica draining the lakes of Oread and Montemno. It flows northwards along the west side of Urvich Wall and the east side of T ...

Landers

Landers Shoot, Queensland, Australia Landers Bar, California, United States Landers Peaks, group of peaks in the northern portion of Alexander Island, Antarctica Landers, California, United States

Chihuahua

Chihuahua Municipality, the municipality surrounding the city Chihuahua state, a Mexican state Chihuahua dog, a breed of dog named after the state Chihuahua cheese, a type of cheese originating in the state Chihuahua City, the capital city of the ...

1992 Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone

The Asia/Oceania Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1992. In the Asia/Oceania Zone there were three different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier.

1992 Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group II

The Asia/Oceania Zone is one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1992. In the Asia/Oceania Zone there are three different tiers, called groups, in which teams compete against each other to advance to the upper tier. Winner ...

1992 Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group I

The Asia/Oceania Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1992. In the Asia/Oceania Zone there were three different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. Win ...

Heart of Asia

A term coined to highlight the geostrategic location of Afghanistan at the center of Asias trade and economic junction between China, Central Asia, the Middle East, and the Indian Ocean s. Istanbul Process. A nickname for the East Asian country o ...

1992 presidential election

1992 presidential election may refer to: 1992 Bulgarian presidential election 1992 Turkmenistani presidential election 1992 Kurdistan Region presidential election 1992 Angolan presidential election 1992 Icelandic presidential election 1992 Italia ...

Last (disambiguation)

Last.fm, a UK-based music-community website "Last", a song by Nine Inch Nails from the 1992 album Broken EP Last Uverworld album, a 2010 album by Uverworld Last Unthanks album, a 2011 album by The Unthanks

Hover

Hover may refer to: Levitation, the process by which an object is suspended by a physical force against gravitation, in a stable position without solid physical contact The name applied to the partial squatting position often used by women while ...

1992 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1992. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were three different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. W ...

Vysshaya Liga

Vysshaya Liga or Ukrainian: Vyshcha Liha may refer to: Football Soviet Top League Belarusian Premier League 1992–present Tajikistan Higher League Azerbaijan Premier League Ukrainian Premier League 1992–2008 Russian Top League 1992–2000 Ice hockey ...