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2001 Census

2001 census may refer to a census covered by: Canada 2001 Census 2001 census of Croatia 2001 Bolivian census United Kingdom Census 2001 2001 New Zealand census 2001 Census of India Census in Australia#2001 South African National Census of 2001 Li ...

BMQ

BMQ may refer to: BMQ Ouamane Adam dit "BMQ" is an Algerian rapper and composer, born May 27, 2001 in Bouismail in Algeria, a coastal town in the wilaya of Tipaza in the north of Algeria. BIOGRAPHY: Family: "BMQ" was born on May 27, 2001 in bouis ...

2001 Tournament of the Americas squads

This article displays the rosters for the participating teams at the 2001 Tournament of the Americas played in Neuquen, Argentina from August 16 to August 26, 2001.

Code Red

"Code Red", hip hop track by American rapper, Jay Rock "Code Red", a 2014 single by Super8 & Tab featuring Jaytech "Code Red", a song by German thrash metal band Sodom

Tianshannet

Tianshannet is the sole official news website of Xinjiang, China. The website was established by the government of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region and the Peoples Daily Online on December 18, 2001. Tianshannet includes Mandarin Chinese, Russian, ...

La Libertad

Colombia La Libertad Province Ecuador La Libertad, Guayas La Libertad Canton El Salvador La Libertad Department El Salvador, one of the 14 divisions of El Salvador La Libertad, La Libertad, a city in La Libertad Department Honduras La Libertad, F ...

Mount Misery

Mount Misery, a hill overlooking Loch Lomond in Scotland from its East side. Mount Misery, on West Point Island, one of the Falkland Islands Mount Misery, between Ballarat and Beaufort, Victoria, Australia Mount Misery Tasmania, in Tasmania, Aust ...

Prytanee militaire de Libreville

The Prytanee militaire de Libreville is the Gabonese military academy based in Libreville. It is the sole training instituiton of the armed forces.

Dominic Azimbe Azumah

Dominic Azimbe Azumah is a Ghanaian politician and member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing the Garu/Tempane Constituency in the Upper East Region on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress.

2001–02 urvalsdeild kvenna (basketball)

The 2001–2002 urvalsdeild kvenna was the 44th season of the urvalsdeild kvenna, the top tier womens basketball league in Iceland. The season started on 13 October 2001 and ended on 14 April 2002. KR won its 13th title by defeating IS 3–2 in the F ...

Baju Empurau

The Baju Empurau is a kind of armor that is made of materials found in nature. It consists of fish scales and tree bark. The larger fish scales are attached to the lower vest with split rattan fibers, the smaller ones with a fixed string made fro ...

Khameneis 8-Article Command to the Chiefs of Branches

Khameneis 8-Article command to the chiefs of branches is considered as a historical headline in Iran in regards to "fighting economic corruption in the country"; which was issued on 30 April 2001 by the command of Irans supreme leader, Seyyed Ali ...

6th Civil Affairs Group

6th Civil Affairs Group was a United States Marine Corps Civil Affairs unit: organized, trained and equipped on Camp Lejeune, North Carolina from April to September 2005; conducted civil-military operations and civil affairs activities in al-Anba ...

Israeli Womens Volleyball League

The Israeli Womens Volleyball First League is the most important Israeli womens volleyball competition organized by the Israeli Volleyball Association, it was established in 1960.

Lakota

In the United States: Lakota Local School District disambiguation, two districts in Ohio Lakota, North Dakota, seat of Nelson County Lakota, Iowa In other countries: Lakota, Ivory Coast, a town in Ivory Coast Lakota Department, a department in Iv ...

Natalie Brown

Natalie Brown may refer to: Natalie Brown voice actress born 1970, American actress known for her role Lady Alma in Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon Natalie Browne, England-based vocalist project name owned by Almighty Records Natalie Brown singer, Can ...

Heaven Can Wait

Heaven Can Wait may refer to: Heaven Can Wait play, a stage play by Harry Segall; basis for Here Comes Mr. Jordan Heaven Can Wait 1978 film, an American football comedy starring Warren Beatty; a remake of the 1941 film Here Comes Mr. Jordan Heave ...

United Democratic Party (Kazakhstan)

The United Democratic Party is an unregistered political party in Kazakhstan. It was founded on 25 December 2001 after a merger of Peoples Congress of Kazakhstan, Republican Peoples Party of Kazakhstan, and the Azamat Democratic Party. The main r ...

Elvira Shatayeva

Elvira Shatayeva was a Russian professional mountain climber and professional athlete and the leader of a failed expedition to Pik Lenina, Pamir, Tajikistan-Kyrgyzstan border in August 1974. At the time of her death in 1974, she was one of the mo ...

You Are the Reason

You Are the Reason or Youre the Reason may refer to: "You Are the Reason", song by Air Supply from Yours Truly, 2001 Youre the Reason, Melinda Doolittles second album, released in 2013, and song from that EP "Youre the Reason", song by Bobby Edwa ...

Skat

Skat may refer to: Skat river, a river in Bulgaria SKAT television Bulgarian: Национална телевизия Скат, a Bulgarian national cable television company, with the channels Skat and Skat+ Skat, the IAU-approved proper name for the star Delta Aquarii ...

Bleu

Bleu or BLEU may refer to: Parti bleu, 19th century political group in Quebec, Canada Belgium–Luxembourg Economic Union Bleu blue-rare, synonymous with "extra rare", indicating a barely-cooked meat preparation; very red and cold BLEU Bilingual Ev ...

Sebastopol (disambiguation)

Sebastopol, in Dooniver, Achill Island, County Mayo, Ireland Sebastopol, Mauritius, a place in Mauritius Sebastopol, a mountain in Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park, New Zealand Sebastopol, Torfaen, a suburb of Pontypool, Wales, United Kingdom Seba ...

Neolithodes brodiei

Neolithodes brodiei is a species of king crab which is native to New Zealand and its adjacent waters. It lives at a depth of 500–1.240 metres but is typically found within a depth of 950–1.150 metres. It has a deep-red colour, and its carapace ha ...

Yinka Jegede-Ekpe

Yinka Jegede-Ekpe is a HIV/AIDS activist. After being diagnosed as HIV-positive, she became the first Nigerian woman to publicly announce her status. She experienced discrimination and set up the Nigerian Community of Women Living With HIV/AIDS o ...

Massachusetts House of Representatives 4th Norfolk district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 4th Norfolk district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers parts of Norfolk County and Plymouth County. Democrat J ...

Liga IV Harghita

Liga IV Harghita is the regional Liga IV football division for clubs in Harghita County, Romania, the fourth tier of the Romanian football league system. It is organized by the County Football Association and is competed amongst 24 teams, the win ...

Samuel Dovec

Dovec was promoted to the first team in January 2020, after a departure of Martin Vantruba and a retirement of Roman Packo, one of Pohronies founding players. He was considered to be third goalkeeper after Tomas Jenco and a recent arrival from Dy ...

Stomias affinis

Stomias affinis, also known as Gunthers boafish, is a deep-sea mesopelagic fish species in the family Stomiidae. They inhabit the open seas in the equatorial zones of the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans.

Marcelle Wahba

Marcelle Wahba is the president emeritus and distinguished fellow of the Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington and was the founding president of AGSIW from December 10, 2014 until May 24, 2019. She spent 22 years at the US State Department, re ...

Northern Lights (2001 film)

The film tells about a girl who lives without a father whom she has never seen, but whom sincerely loves. After twenty years of waiting, she sets off in search of him.

Call to arms

"Call to Arms" Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, the twenty-sixth and final episode of the fifth season of the television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Babylon 5: A Call to Arms, the fourth feature-length film set in the Babylon 5 universe "A Call ...

NHL FaceOff 2001

NHL FaceOff 2001 is an ice hockey video game developed by SolWorks for PlayStation and by 989 Sports for PlayStation 2, and published by Sony Computer Entertainment America for both games in 2000-2001. On the cover is then-Toronto Maple Leafs pla ...

Dundon v Governor of Cloverhill Prison

Dundon v Governor of Cloverhill Prison, 1 IR 518, was an Irish legal case in which the Supreme Court rejected an appeal against extradition to the United Kingdom by Irish citizen Kenneth Dundon. The case is important in Irish law as Kenneth Dundo ...

H v H

H v H, IESC 85, also known as JMH v KH, is an Irish Supreme Court case in which the husband was found to have vexatiously abused the court process by repeatedly pursing legal action against his former wife. An Isaac Wunder order was made by the c ...

Arenillas de San Pelayo

Arenillas de San Pelayo is a district of the municipality of Buenavista de Valdavia in the region of Vega-Valdavia in the Province of Palencia, autonomous community Castile and Leon, Spain.

NFL GameDay 2001

NFL GameDay 2001 is a video game developed and published by 989 Sports and Sony Computer Entertainment America for the PlayStation and the PlayStation 2 in 2000. On the cover is Marshall Faulk.

NCAA GameBreaker 2001

NCAA GameBreaker 2001 is a video game developed by 989 Sports and published by Sony Computer Entertainment America for the PlayStation and PlayStation 2 in 2000.

KANVA Architecture

KANVA Architecture is a multidisciplinary collective specializing in architectural, construction and management needs with the ability to design at various scales and typologies. The Montreal based firm was founded in 2003 by Tudor Radulescu and ...

Edwina McGrail

Edwina McGrail is a Welsh artist and poet. In both her paintings and poetry, McGrail references Celtic mythology, images and traditional patterns.

F14

F14, F.XIV, F.14 or F-14 may refer to: Grumman F-14 Tomcat, an American jet fighter aircraft F-14 Tomcat pinball, a pinball machine F 14 Halmstad, a former Swedish Air force Base, and now a part of Halmstads Garrison F-14 Tomcat, a 2001 video gam ...

Game Plan

Game Plan or The Game Plan may refer to: The Game Plan, a sports programme centred on Australian rules football, first screened in 2011 Game Plan, a Singapore Chinese drama series The Game Plan film, a 2007 comedy starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johns ...

SAPPHIRE

SAPPHIRE was a satellite built by the Stanford University students in Palo Alto, California. The satellite was launched on September 30, 2001 together with Starshine 3, PICOSat and PCSat on an Athena 1 rocket at the Kodiak Launch Complex, Alaska, ...

William Henry Kessler

After graduation, he was recruited by Minoru Yamasaki. and came to Michigan to work at Yamasakis firm. After working there for some time, Kessler and fellow architect Phil Meathe departed to form their own firm, Meathe, Kessler and Associates. In ...

Operational Service Medal

Operational Service Medal may refer to: Operational Service Medal for Sierra Leone Operational Service Medal for the Democratic Republic of Congo Operational Service Medal for Afghanistan Operational Service Medal Iraq and Syria Operational Servi ...

Marsh (disambiguation)

Marsh Creek disambiguation Marsh Island disambiguation Marsh Lake disambiguation Marsh River disambiguation Marsh, Texas, United States, an unincorporated community Marsh, the former name of Avon, Contra Costa County, California, United States Ma ...

New Zealand General Service Medal 2002

New Zealand General Service Medal 2002 may refer to one of the following medals of New Zealand: New Zealand General Service Medal 2002 Afghanistan, Primary Operations Area New Zealand General Service Medal 2002 Timor-Leste New Zealand General Ser ...

Apsheron Sill

The Apsheron Sill, Absheron Sill, Apsheron Ridge or Apsheron Threshold is a major northwest–southeast trending bathymetric high that runs for about 250 km across the whole of the Caspian Sea from Baku in Azerbaijan to the Cheleken Peninsula in Tu ...

David Cohen (cellist)

David Cohen is a cellist from Belgium who made his solo debut with the Belgium National Orchestra when he was 9. Cohen was born in Tournai, Belgium and studied at the Yehudi Menuhin School and then at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama where h ...

Martina Eberl

Martina Eberl is a German professional golfer. She played on the Ladies European Tour between 2003 and 2012 and won four tournaments. In addition to her four LET wins, Eberl was runner-up at the 2004 BMW Ladies Italian Open, one stroke behind Ana ...