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Bogata

Bogata, Mureș, a commune in Mures County Bogata, a village in Calarași Commune, Cluj County Bogata, a village in Dofteana Commune, Bacau County Bogata, a village in Baia Commune, Suceava County Bogata, a village in Gradistea Commune, Calarasi County

88

88 may refer to: 88 number Atomic number 88: radium "88", a song by Sum 41 from Chuck one of the years 88 BC, AD 88, 1988, 2088, etc. The butterfly genus Callicore, which has an 88-like pattern on its wings The 88, nickname for piano derived from ...

Kupası

Kupası is the Turkish word for Cup, may refer to: Turkiye Kupası 2005-06, the 44th edition of the annual Turkish Cup Cumhurbaskanlığı Kupası, supercup tournament of the Cyprus Turkish Football Federation Turkiye Kupası 2007-08, the 46th edition o ...

Kamran Rasool

Kamran Rasool is a retired Pakistani civil servant of the Pakistan Administrative Service who served in BPS-22 grade as the Cabinet Secretary of Pakistan, Defence Secretary of Pakistan and Chief Secretary Punjab. Rasool was considered to be one o ...

Senior Citizens Partylist

Coalition of Associations of Senior Citizens in the Philippines, Inc., commonly known as Senior Citizens Partylist is a political party in the Philippines representing the interests of the elderly. It has run and won seats in the party-list elect ...

Infante Dom Henrique Bridge

The Infante Dom Henrique Bridge, commonly known as Infante Bridge, is a road bridge across the Douro River in Greater Porto, Portugal. The bridge is upriver from the Dom Luis I Bridge and downriver from the Maria Pia Bridge. Completed in 2003, th ...

Customs and Excise

Customs and Excise refers to customs duty and excise duty. In certain countries, the national tax authorities that are responsible for collecting those duties are named Customs and Excise, including: HM Customs and Excise, a department of the Bri ...

Burg

Burg, Bernkastel-Wittlich, Germany Burg bei Magdeburg, Germany Burg, Hautes-Pyrenees, France Burg, Aargau, Switzerland Burg, Dithmarschen, Germany Burg, Bitburg-Prum, Germany Melber, Kentucky, United States, also known as Burg The Burg, Illinois, ...

Friendly

Friendly, West Yorkshire, a settlement in Calderdale, West Yorkshire, England Friendly, Eugene, Oregon, a neighborhood in the United States Friendly, Maryland, an unincorporated community in the United States Friendly, West Virginia, a town in th ...

ESPRIT (School)

The Private Higher School of Engineering and Technology or ESPRIT, is a private engineering school in Tunisia based in Ariana and accredited by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.

Oakland riots

Oakland riots may refer to: 2009 riots connected to the BART Police shooting of Oscar Grant, in Oakland, California 2011-2012 disturbances related to the Occupy Oakland protests 2009 riots following Super Bowl XLIII, in Oakland Pittsburgh. 2013 u ...

Hostel (disambiguation)

A hostel is a budget-oriented, overnight lodging place where travelers rent accommodation by the bed as opposed to the whole room. Hostel may also refer to:

New Albany Community Foundation

The New Albany Community Foundation is a registered 501 nonprofit organization based in New Albany, Ohio. Launched in 1995, the Foundation and its partners have raised funds for transformational investments in the New Albany Community such as the ...

Evie Ladin

Evie Ladin is an American musician, singer-songwriter, percussive dancer, choreographer, square dance caller living in Oakland, California. She performs with The Evie Ladin Band, a trio with Keith Terry and Erik Pearson, and also collaborates wit ...

H.N. v Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform and others

H.N. v Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform and others, 1 IR 142, is an Irish Supreme Court case in which the Court referred the following question to the Court of Justice of the European Union for preliminary ruling in accordance with A ...

Child and Family Agency v RD

Child and Family Agency v RD IESC 47 is an Irish Supreme Court case in which the Court confirmed that jurisdiction of EU states which first issue orders have primacy but that the High Court in Ireland has the right under EU law to grant provision ...

SAFE Act

SAFE Act may refer to: Securing Adolescents From Exploitation-Online Act of 2007. New York Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act NY SAFE Act of 2013, the New York gun control legislation American Safety Against Foreign Enemies Act of 201 ...

Malach

Malach or Malakh may refer to: Malachim Hasidic group An Israeli organization of Israeli Sign Language interpreters Malachim, for the name of the alphabet by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa Angel Judaism, malakh is the Hebrew word for messenger in Jud ...

Marjorie Simpson (architect)

Marjorie Constance Simpson was an Australian architect, the first female Life Fellow of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects in South Australia, awarded in 1993 for her extensive contribution to architecture.

Champlin

Champlin, Ardennes, a French commune in the Ardennes department Champlin, Nievre, a French commune in the Nievre department Champlin, Minnesota, United States, a city Champlin Creek, New York

Palataka (book)

Palataka is a Bengali poetry book written by Rabindranath Tagore Tagore. It was published in 1918. It consists of 15 poems.

Grey area

Grey area or gray area may refer to a fuzzy border between two states, such as legal and illegal actions. It may also refer to: Grey Area album, a 2019 album by Little Simz The Grey Area, a 2012 documentary film Gray Area Foundation for the Arts, ...

Eleanore Ramsey

Eleanore Edwards Ramsey is an American designer bookbinder. Eleanore Ramsey was born in Sandpoint, Idaho. She received a B.A. in Philosophy from Coe College. Her studies in American and English design bookbinding began with Dr. Harry Green from 1 ...

Lest We Forget

Lest We Forget may refer to: "Lest we forget", a phrase in the poem "Recessional" by Rudyard Kipling "Ode of Remembrance", United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand

Ace Lake

The Ace Lake is a 9 metres deep salt water lake on the Ingrid-Christensen coast of the Princess Elisabeth land in East Antarctica. The lake is located on the Langnes peninsula in the Vestfold Hills near the Organic Lake. Australian biologists at ...

7D

7D or 7-D may refer to: Canon EOS 7D Mark II, a 2014 20-megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera 7D, the production code for the 1987 Doctor Who serial Time and the Rani Konica Minolta Maxxum 7D, a 2004 6.1-megapixel digital single-lens reflex ...

Fast ferry

List of HSC ferry routes High-speed craft, a high-speed water vessel also called a fast ferry MDV 1200-class fast ferry, a class of six vessels built by Fincantieri in Italy Passenger-Only Fast Ferry-class ferry, ferries propelled by water jets r ...

2004 presidential election

2004 presidential election may refer to: 2004 Macedonian presidential election 2004 Algerian presidential election 2004 Taiwan Republic of China presidential election 2004 Ukrainian presidential election 2004 Serbian presidential elections 2004 U ...

Marimba (disambiguation)

A marimba is a musical instrument in the percussion family. The term may also refer to: Marimba, Angola, a municipality in Malanje Province, Angola Marimbaphone, a tuned percussion instrument similar to the marimba Marimba-xylophone, another name ...

New Encounter

Encounter for Democracy and Equality, more commonly known as New Encounter is a kirchnerist political party in Argentina founded in 2004 by then-mayor of Moron, Martin Sabbatella. The party now forms part of the Frente de Todos, the ruling coalit ...

Hapi

Hapi can refer to: Hapi Son of Horus, an Egyptian funerary deity Prince Hapi, a character in Around the World in 80 Days 2004 film played by Arnold Schwarzenegger Helicopter Approach Path Indicator HAPI, a type of aircraft Visual Glide Slope Indi ...

Abul Islam

Abul Islam was a Bangladeshi freedom fighter and politician from Jessore belonging to Bangladesh Awami League. He was a member of the Jatiya Sangsad. He was known as Sabas Chairman.

List of Asia XI Twenty20 International cricketers

The Asia XI is a team consisting of some of the best players from nations that are members of the Asian Cricket Council. An Asia XI played seven One Day International matches between 2005 and 2007, starting with a single match against a World XI ...

Louvain

Louvain may refer to: Louvain, Belgium, French and English name for Leuven Dutch name, the capital of the province of Flemish Brabant in the Flemish Region, Belgium Academie Louvain, a network of French-speaking catholic universities in Belgium a ...

Malla

Bolivia Malla, Bolivia, a locality Malla Jawira, a river Malla Qullu, a mountain Malla Municipality Malla Jaqhi, a mountain India Malla Bedian, a village Malla Reddy Engineering College near Hyderabad Mallabhum, a former kingdom in West Bengal Ma ...

Fosun (disambiguation)

Fosun Group may refer to: Fosun International, a Hong Kong publicly traded company incorporated in 2004, sometimes refer as Fosun Group Fosun Holdings, a Hong Kong incorporated company, intermediate parent company of Fosun International. Along wi ...

Tomislav Rogic

Bishop Tomislav Rogic is a Croatian Roman Catholic prelate who is currently serving as the Diocesan Bishop of Roman Catholic Diocese of Sibenik since 3 June 2016.

Koka (disambiguation)

Koka or Kōka may refer to: Kōka, a Japanese era name Kōka, Shiga town, Japan dissolved and replaced by the city Ahmed Hassan Mahgoub, an Egyptian football player known as Koka. Kōka, Shiga, Japan, a city created in 2004 Kōka District, Shiga, Japa ...

Paul Aron

Paul Aron is an Estonian racing driver currently racing in the Formula Renault Eurocup. His older brother Ralf is also a racing driver. Paul is a member of the Mercedes Junior Team.

Angel Educational Complex

Angel Educational Complex is a coeducational institution located at Kronum Abuohia, Kumasi, Ghana. Angel Educational Complex has an enrollment of diverse backgrounds. The student population derives from many countries and cultural orientations.

Body-part counting system

Some languages of the world have numeral systems that do not make use of an arithmetic base. One such system is the body-part counting system which make use of further body parts to extend the system beyond the ten fingers. Counting typically beg ...

Life Is Good

"Life Is Good" song, a 2020 song by Future "Life Is Good", by Stellar Kart from their album All Gas. No Brake. "Life Is Good", a song by Espen Lind from his album This Is Pop Music "Life Is Good", a song by A Great Big World from the soundtrack o ...

Mukhabarat

Mukhābarāt, is the Arabic term for intelligence, as in intelligence agency. Organizations using the name include:

KACE

KACE may refer to: KNFL Utah, a defunct radio station 1470 AM formerly licensed to serve Tremonton, Utah, which held the call sign KACE from 2001 to 2004 Quest KACE, a provider of systems management appliances, who has merged with Quest Software ...

The Best Cooking Secrets

The Best Cooking Secrets is a South Korean cooking show that premiered on 2 October 2000 on EBS 1TV and airs from Monday to Friday at 10:50AM KST. It is the longest-running cooking program in South Korea. The program is hosted by Leeteuk.

LDF

LDF may refer to: Liga Dominicana de Futbol Loss development factor, used in insurance pricing Local Development Framework, spatial planning strategy introduced in England and Wales in 2004 London dispersion force, type of intermolecular force NA ...

Red Sea coastal desert

The Red Sea coastal desert is deserts and xeric shrublands ecoregion of Egypt and Sudan. The Red Sea coastal desert extends north and south along the Red Sea and Gulf of Suez, which bound it on the east. It includes both a narrow coastal strip an ...

Urema Valley

The Urema Valley, also known as the Urema Graben, is a lowland valley in Sofala Province of central Mozambique. The Urema Valley extends from the Zambezi River south to Sofala Bay. It is a typical graben valley, with a flat bottom and escarpments ...

Tatiana Frunza

Tatiana Frunza is a Moldovan former footballer who played as a defender. She has officially played for the senior Moldova womens national team.

Baiyun

Baiyun New Town Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport former, closed down in 2004 Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, in Huadu District Baiyun Mountain Baiyun District, Guangzhou Baiyun Subdistrict, Guangzhou, subdivision of Yuexiu District