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Salzburg (disambiguation)

Salzburg, Germany, a municipality in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany A part of Neufahrn in Niederbayern in Bavaria, Germany Salzburg Castle, in Franconia, Germany

Collective (2019 film)

Collective is a 2019 Romanian documentary film directed by Alexander Nanau. The film follows an investigation by journalists of the newspaper Gazeta Sporturilor into healthcare corruption in the wake of the Colectiv nightclub fire.

Bistra

Bistra, Črna na Koroskem, a village in Slovenia Bistra peak in Kosovo Bistra, Targovishte Province, a village in Targovishte Province, Bulgaria Bistra, Silistra Province, a village in Silistra Province, Bulgaria Bistra, Vrhnika, village and monas ...

Little Alexander

The film takes place in May 1945. Soviet soldiers save children in Blankenheim from the Werewolf attack, organize an orphanage in which begins the story of a boy who was abandoned by refugees. Russians called him Little Alexander.

The Fourth (1972 film)

The film tells about an American journalist who has to make a difficult choice: to publicize the plans of supporters of the war, having lost all his lifes benefits or to retreat.

Moise Mugisha

Moise Mugisha is a Rwandan cyclist, who currently rides for UCI Continental team Skol Adrien Cycling Academy, as well as French amateur team La Roche-sur-Yon Vendee Cyclisme.

La Voz Senior (Mexican season 1)

The first season of La Voz Senior premiered July 15, 2019 on Azteca Uno. Ricardo Montaner, Yahir, Belinda and Lupillo Rivera were the coaches of this season, the same as for the eight season of La Voz. Jimena Perez was the host. When TV Azteca ac ...

Francesca Corbett

Corbett has been competing in badminton since she was six. She is currently ranked as USA U–19 number 5 in girls singles and number 1 in girls doubles with her partner Allison Lee. She won the girls singles and doubles gold medals at the U–11 Pan ...

Hiroaki Kataoka

Hiroaki Kataoka is a Japanese composer and percussionist. Hiroaki Kataoka was born in 1983 in Iizuka, Fukuoka Prefecture. He graduated from Tokyo College of Music majoring in percussion. He studied composition with Katsuhiro Tsubonou and Yutaka F ...

Lina Sleibi

Lina Sleibi is a Palestinian-Jordanian singer. She started her singing career in 2010 and released her first song in 2014. Lina is known for her musical covers of Arabic music, and her most famous cover to date was of Dalidas "Helwa Ya Baladi". S ...

Hoengseong Independence Movement

During March 1st Movement, Hoengseong was the first district to join the independence movement in Gangwon-do Province. The claims for national independence in Hoengseong were much stronger than any other districts in the province. The declaration ...

Vladi Panato

Vladi Panato is an Italian male canoeist who won 15 medals at senior level at the Wildwater Canoeing World Championships. The myth has won 11 world cups making it the canoeist with the highest record of victories, six in a row from 1994 to 1999, ...

Abu Salih as-Samman

Abu Salih as-Samman was an early Islamic scholar of Medinah. He was a narrator of Hadith is among the Tabiun generation of Muslims.

Hussein Halawani

Hussein Halawani is a Saudi Arabian professional footballer who plays as a left winger or left back for Najran.

Haron Eisa

Haron Eisa started in the Mohammed Noor Academy for the Saudi player Mohammed Noor in Jeddah, after allowing the Born in Saudi Arabia to participate in Saudi football competitions signed his career at the Al-Wehda in May 29, 2014. but he did not ...

Mamacita

"Mamacita" The Grass Roots song, The Grass Roots song written by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, 1975 "Mamacita" The Black Eyed Peas, Ozuna and J Rey Soul song, 2020 "Mamacita" Super Junior song, or "Mamacita Ayaya", Japanese-language single by Supe ...

Black Girl

Black Girl may refer to: Black Girl 1972 film, the film based on the play. American R&B group BlackGirl Black Girls Rock!, an annual awards program broadcast by Black Entertainment Television A female Black person Black Girl play A play by J. ...

The Blessing (song)

The Blessing is a song performed by Kari Jobe, Cody Carnes and Elevation Worship, released as the lead single from Elevation Worships twelfth live album, Graves Into Gardens, on March 20, 2020. The song was written by Chris Brown, Cody Carnes, Ka ...

Zion Graphics

Zion Graphics is an Australian print procurement company which has managed design and printing work for various members of the Liberal Party of Australia since 2007. The company is owned by the Liberal Partys Bella Vista branch president, Rudy Li ...

Bart Williams

Bart Williams may refer to: Bart Williams rugby league, Australian rugby league player Bart Williams actor 1949–2015, American actor and filmmaker

Katarina Strozova

Katarina Strozova is a Slovak footballer who plays as a forward for Czech club 1. FC Slovacko. She has been a member of the Slovakia womens national team.

SDM

Sigma-delta modulation Cap Gemini SDM, a software system development method originally written by PANDATA. Space-division Multiplexing Seed-based d mapping, a meta-analytic method for neuroimaging. Software development methodology Sparse Distribu ...

Na Na

"Na Dulce Niña", a song by Kumbia Kings from Fuego "Na Na", a song by 112 from Hot & Wet "Land of a Thousand Dances", famous for its "na na" hook, a song by Chris Kenner "Right Now Na Na", a song by Akon from Freedom "Na Na", a song by Cozy Powel ...

Chris Brookes

Chris Brookes is an English professional wrestler currently signed to DDT Pro-Wrestling, where he was the inaugural DDT Universal Champion.

Sivenathi Nontshinga

Sivenathi Nontshinga is a South African professional boxer who has held the IBF International light flyweight title since 2019. Also a former African light flyweight champion, he is ranked as the worlds sixth-best active light flyweight by BoxRec ...

South African War Memorial

Boer War Memorial, Allora, Toowoomba Region, Queensland Anning Monument, Tingalpa, Brisbane, Queensland South African War Memorial South Australia Coronation Lamp War Memorial, Mount Morgan, Rockhampton Region, Queensland Boer War Veterans Memori ...

Gugu Gumede

Gugu Gumede is a South African actress born in KwaZulu-Natal. She is well known for portraying "Mamlambo" on Uzalo.She plays the part of being a Sangoma as time passes she marries Masoja Msiza as Nkunzi.

Speedster

Rearwin Speedster, a 1930s American airplane design Kadiak KC-2 Speedster, a 1930s American radial engined homebuilt biplane design Theiss Speedster, an American biplane design

Choe Byeong-chan

Byeong-chan made his professional debut for Seongnam in the K League 2 on 1 April 2018 against Chungnam Asan. He started and played 42 minutes before being substituted off as Seongnam won 1–0. He then scored his first professional goal a month la ...

Said Nurmagomedov

Said Nurmagomedov is a Russian mixed martial artist currently competing as a bantamweight in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. A professional competitor since 2009, he formerly competed for Absolute Championship Berkut and World Fighting Champi ...

Kang Sang-jae

Kang Sang-jae is a South Korean professional basketball player. He plays for the Korean Basketball League side Incheon Electroland Elephants.

Jeong Hyo-geun

Jeong Hyo-geun is a South Korean professional basketball player. He plays for the Korean Basketball League side Incheon Electroland Elephants.

Tenkai Tsunami

Manami Arima, better known as Tenkai Tsunami, is a Japanese professional boxer. She is a world champion in two weight classes, having held the WBO female junior-flyweight title since 2018 and previously the WBA female super-flyweight title from 2 ...

Big Bird (disambiguation)

Joel Garner, West Indian cricketer, or his successor Curtly Ambrose Mark Fidrych nicknamed "The Bird" after Big Bird Larry Robinson, former hockey defenceman

Peter of Aragon

Peter of Aragon may refer to Peter III of Aragon the Great 1240–1285, King of Aragon since 1276 Peter V of Aragon 1429–1466, constable of Portugal, claimed the throne of Aragon Peter of Aragon, Heir of Sicily 1398–1400, Heir Apparent of Sicily an ...

Ferdinand III

Ferdinand III may refer to: Ferdinand III of Navarre 1784–1833, Ferdinand VII of Castille Ferdinand III of Tuscany 1769–1824, grand-duke 1791–1799 and 1814–1824 Ferdinand III of Sicily 1751–1825, king 1759–1816, = Ferdinand IV of Naples 1759–1799 ...

Isabelline

Isabelline may refer to: Parties and factions in Isabelline Spain Isabelline shrike Lanius isabellinus, member of the shrike family Laniidae Isabelline style, or Isabelline, a late medieval architectural style developed under the reign of Isabell ...

Idaho and Washington Northern Railroad

The Idaho & Washington Northern Railroad was a shortline railroad that operated between McGuires Idaho and Metaline Falls, WA. It was later purchased by the Milwaukee Road

SDG (disambiguation)

Serb Volunteer Guard, a former Serbian volunteer paramilitary unit Swarm Development Group, American non-profit organization SDG Group, a management consulting firm Soli Deo Gloria record label San Diego Gas & Electric

Pramod Bhagat

Pramod Bhagat is an Indian professional Para-badminton player from Odisha. He had been ranked world number one in para-badminton mens singles SL3.

Outline of Basshunter

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Basshunter: Jonas Erik Altberg, better known by his stage name Basshunter, is a Swedish singer, record producer and DJ. He recorded six studio albums: The Bassmachine 2004, ...

Kennedy Marchment

In 2017, she was selected 2nd overall by the Buffalo Beauts in the NWHL Draft. In her rookie SDHL season, Marchment put up 52 points in 36 games, as her team Linkoping HC made it to the SDHL finals, where they lost to Luleå Hockey. The next seaso ...

Celina Runeborg

Celina Runeborg, was a Swedish painter and map engraver from Stockholm. Runeborg was the daughter of the merchant Abraham Rubenson and Frida Kaiser and from 1907 married the brewmaster Ivar Runeborg and mother of Greta Runeborg-Tell. Runeborg stu ...

Amanda Aasa

Sigrid Amanda Evangelina Aasa Dernbrant, is a Swedish singer and songwriter. After participating in Idol 2014 which was broadcast on TV4, she was contacted by the record label Dreamhill music label and released the debute music single "Wrong Chem ...

Erin Hotchkiss

Erin Hotchkiss is an ecologist who studies climate change’s specific impact on freshwater ecosystems. She researches the relationships between organisms and water quality in freshwater ecosystems, how processes on land influence water, and the so ...

Dalwangan

Dalwangan is a barangay west of Malaybalay City situated on the foothills of the Kitanglad Range, 12 kilometers west of the city proper. It is bounded to the north by Impalutao of the municipality of Impasugong, to the east by Patpat and Kalasung ...

Nils Tiren

He was the son of Johan Tiren and Gerda Rydberg, who were both artists. His sister, Stina, also became a painter. After completing his basic education in Jamtland, he attended several art schools. His early works were mostly watercolors, inspired ...

Rosa Fitinghoff

Rosa Fitinghoff was a Swedish writer of novels. She was noted for her interest in dogs. Her mother and her aunt, Malvina Bråkenhielm were also novelists.

ABC News (disambiguation)

ABC News is a news-gathering and broadcasting division of the American Broadcasting Company. ABC News may also refer to: ABC News Radio, an American radio service Subjects affiliates with the American Broadcasting Company ABC News Now radio netwo ...

Dannemora

Dannemora is a Swedish place name, which was used for various places: Dannemora mine, a famous historical iron ore mine near the above village Dannemora, Sweden, a village with 200 inhabitants, from which the others have got their name Dannemora ...