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Fight for Freedom (disambiguation)

Fight for Freedom may refer to: Fight For Freedom, FFF, a gang from the San Fernando Valley, California, US Gladiator: Fight for Freedom, the first novel in the Gladiator book series by Simon Scarrow Churchill and Orwell: The Fight for Freedom, b ...

Aerostar (disambiguation)

Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Star, a family of Japanese passenger buses Piper Aerostar, an American twin-engine light aircraft Aerostar Airlines, a Ukrainian business jet charter company Ford Aerostar, an American minivan from the Mid 1980s to late 1990s

The Big Cat

The Big Cat is a popular nickname in professional sports. It may refer to: Jamaal Magloire born 1978, Canadian basketball player Earl Lloyd born 1928, American basketball player Johnny Lee Bench born 1941,Oklahoma, baseball player Rayfield Wright ...

Northern Alliance (disambiguation)

Northern Alliance can mean any of the following: The Northern Alliance, a regional network of political activists that originated in the Lombardy, Lega Nord The Northern Alliance Myanmar, a coalition of ethnic insurgent groups in Myanmar The Nort ...

Rana

Rana title, a historical Rajput title used today as a hereditary name in South Asia Rana dynasty, a ruling Rajput dynasty in Nepal 1846–1951 Rana, a Tharu group of Nepal and India Rana name, a given name and surname including a list of people and ...

Robert McChesney

Robert McChesney may refer to: Robert D. McChesney born 1944, scholar on the history of Central Asia, Iran, and Afghanistan Bob McChesney, jazz trombonist Robert P. McChesney 1913–2008, California artist Bob McChesney American football, born 1912 ...

Surge

Surge in compressors in industrial compressors. Surge, one of the linear degrees of freedom in ship motions Characteristic impedance, also known as "surge impedance" in electrical engineering Pyroclastic surge, the fluidised mass of turbulent gas ...

Kuku

Kuku people, an ethnic group in South Sudan Kuku Yulanji, tribe of aboriginals of the Daintree in North Queensland, Australia Emir-Usein Kuku born 1976, Crimean Tatar human rights defender

Herve Bourges

Herve Bourges was a French journalist and audiovisual executive. He became the director of the Ecole superieure de journalisme de Lille in 1976. He directed the likes of Radio France internationale, TF1, and Radio Monte Carlo. It was under his le ...

Personality Protection and Security Service

The Personality Protection and Security Service is an Algerian police service responsible for the close protection and escort of public figures.

FLN

FLN Frisia Luftverkehr, German airline Hercilio Luz International Airport in Florianopolis, Brazil Flint Amtrak station, in Michigan Flint railway station, in Wales

Kada

KADA AM, a radio station 1230 AM licensed to Ada, Oklahoma, United States Kwajalein Atoll Development Authority- see Kwajalein Atoll KADA-FM, a radio station 99.3 FM licensed to Ada, Oklahoma, United States

RPA

Rural Payments Agency of the UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Republican Party of Armenia, a national conservative political party in Armenia Rwandan Patriotic Army, predecessor of the Rwandan Defence Forces Republican Party ...

Centenario (disambiguation)

Centenario or Centenario is an adjective meaning Centenary, and relating to a period of 100 years. Centenario may refer to:

Airwave

Airwave communications network, a mobile communications network dedicated for use by emergency services in Great Britain AirWave Wireless, a Wi-Fi hotspot provider, acquired by Aruba Networks in 2008 Radio wave, particularly artificial waves gene ...

Biff

BIFF, the Binary Interchange File Format, used by Microsoft Excel BIFF, also B1FF or B1ff, a pseudonym used on Usenet and Internet biff Unix, a UNIX mail notification program.

Be Free (festival)

Be Free) was a Belarusian rock festival that took place in Ukraine since 2007. Bands from Poland, Ukraine, and France participated in the festival too.

Kosava

Koshava, Bulgaria, also transliterated as Kosava, a village in Vidin Municipality in Bulgaria Kosava castle, in Kosava, Belarus Kosava, Belarus, a town Koshava Island, Antarctica, named after Koshava, Bulgaria

KGB (disambiguation)

State Security Committee of the Republic of Belarus Kerala Gramin Bank Knowledge Generation Bureau stylized kgb, a directory assistance and knowledge market company

BH

Bernard-Horner syndrome, a combination of symptoms that arises when a group of nerves known as the sympathetic trunk is damaged Bronchial hyperresponsiveness, a state characterised by easily triggered bronchospasm Bundle of His, collection of hea ...

Radio Waves

Radio Waves may refer to: Radio waves, a type of electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum longer than infrared light

Raga (disambiguation)

Raga refers to musical modes used in Indian classical music. Raga may also refer to: Raga, Arunachal Pradesh Raaga radio station, a Malaysian Tamil-language radio station Raga Buddhism, a term translated as "attachment", "passion", or "desire", p ...

Gracanica

Gracanica, Ljubovija, a village in western Serbia Gracanica Prijepolje, a village in southwest Serbia

Vrhbosna (disambiguation)

The term Vrhbosna may refer to: Vrhbosna zupa, medieval district zupa in central Bosnia Grand County of Vrhbosna, administrative unit in the Independent State of Croatia 1941-1945 Radio Vrhbosna, radio station in Bosnia and Herzegovina Archdioces ...

HOA

Hardwell On Air, a Dutch radio programme Hands of Asclepius, a fictional organization in the video game Trauma Center: Under the Knife 2 House of Anubis, a television drama series

Kubu

Kubu may refer to: Kubu died c. 1954, general in the Mau uprising Kubu people, indigenous people in central Sumatra, Indonesia Kubu Island, an island in Botswana Kubu Sultanate, a former sultanate in West Kalimantan, Borneo Kubu, West Kalimantan, ...

RDP

Remote Desktop Protocol, a Microsoft remote access network protocol Reliable Data Protocol, a transport layer network protocol Ramer–Douglas–Peucker algorithm, an algorithm for polygonal simplification Recombination detection program, for analysi ...

Kaze

Kaze is the Japanese word for wind. Kaze may also refer to: Kaze-Forces for the Defense of Democracy, a political party in Burundi Kaze, a French publishing company KAZE, an American radio station located in Texas KAZe, a Japanese video game deve ...

DJA

DJA or Dja may refer to: Dja, a sub-divided unit of the hekat, an ancient Egyptian volume unit Dja Wurrung people, an Aboriginal Australian people Dja Faunal Reserve, located near the Dja River in Cameroon DJA FM, a Chadian radio station The Dja ...

Chu

Chu state c. 1030 BC – 223 BC, a state during the Zhou dynasty Chu Ten Kingdoms 907–951, a kingdom during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period Chu Kingdom Han dynasty 201 BC – 70 AD, a kingdom of the Han dynasty Chu 403–404, a state founded ...

Boa Vista

Brazil Boa Vista International Airport, an airport in Roraima, Brazil Boa Vista, Paraiba, a city in Brazil Boa Vista, Porto Alegre, a neighbourhood of Porto Alegre, Brazil Boa Vista, Roraima, a city and capital of the state of Roraima in Brazil B ...

Waya (disambiguation)

Waya, Chaung-U, a village in Chaung-U Township, Sagaing Region Waya, Magway, a village in Yesagyo Township, Magway Region In Burma Myanmar Waya, Ayeyarwady, a village in Pathein Township, Ayeyarwady Region Waya, Kani, a village in Kani Township, ...

GNN

GNN can stand for: JA:GNN Web News, Japanese Web newsmagazine Garde Nationale et Nomade du Tchad National and Nomadic Guard, a state security force in Chad Global Network Navigator, an early commercial Web publication GNN news channel, Pakistani ...

Koke (disambiguation)

Koke or KOKE may refer to: Koke footballer, born 1992, full name Jorge Resurreccion Merodio, Spanish football midfielder for Atletico Madrid and Spain Koke Garcia Jorge Garcia Mediavilla, born 1994, Spanish football midfielder who plays for C.D. ...

WPR

WPR may refer to: Weka Pass Railway, a New Zealand heritage railway WPR, IATA airport code for Capitan Fuentes Martinez Airport, Porvenir, Magallanes y Antartica Chilena, Chile Weighted proportionality WPR, in fair cake-cutting, a kind of fair-di ...

HQ

Harmony Airways IATA airline designator Hagstromer & Qviberg, a Swedish investment bank Home Quarters Warehouse, a defunct retail chain Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium IATA airline code Hydro-Quebec, an electrical power utility of Quebec, Canada

GWS

GWS may refer to: Gulf War syndrome George Wright Society, an American environmental and heritage organization Gerakan Wanita Sosialis, an Indonesian womens organization Greater Western Sydney Giants, an Australian rules football club Greater Wes ...

Preciosa

La Preciosa 92.3 FM KSJO, San Jose, Californias La Preciosa AM 800 KBFP Bakersfield, California La Preciosa 101.5 FM KIZS, Tulsa Metro Area, Oklahoma

1st Mechanized Battalion (Croatia)

The 1st Mechanized Battalion "Sokolovi" is one of two mechanized infantry battalions within the Armoured Mechanized Guard Brigade of the Croatian Army.

Krka

Krka may refer to: Places: Gurk, Carinthia, known as Krka in Slovene Krka, Ivancna Gorica, a settlement in the Municipality of Ivancna Gorica, Slovenia. Rivers: Krka Una, tributary of the Una in Bosnia and Herzegovina Gurk River Slovene: Krka, tr ...

Radio 2

Radio 2 may refer to: Radio 2 Ghana, a national radio station in Ghana NPO Radio 2, a Dutch radio station Radio 2 Australian radio station, a defunct narrowband Australian radio network Radio 2 Estonia Raadio 2, an Estonian radio station Rai Radi ...

Georgios Georgiou (disambiguation)

Georgios Georgiou, is a Greek footballer. George, Georgios or Giorgos Georgiou Greek: Γεώργιος or Γιώργος Γεωργίου may also refer to: George Georgiou footballer born 1972, English footballer George Georgiou actor, British actor; see List of Game ...

Mix FM

KMXG Mix 96 in the Quad Cities Mix XM, XM satellite radio channel WKJX Mix 96 in Elizabeth City, North Carolina WMNP 99.3 FM MIXX 993 in Newport, Rhode Island KXXM Mix 96.1 in San Antonio, Texas WMGI 100.7 MIX FM in Terre Haute, Indiana KMXB Mix ...

John Harding

John Harding may refer to: John Harding, 1st Baron Harding of Petherton 1896–1989, British General of World War II and Colonial Governor of Cyprus John Harding photographer born 1940, San Francisco–based photographer John Harding cricketer fl. 18 ...

Liskeard Radio

Liskeard Radio is a community radio station that broadcasts on 88.7 FM to Liskeard and its surrounding areas in South East Cornwall. Established in 2013, Liskeard Radio Ltd operates on a 28-day Restricted Service Licence in the run up to Christma ...

Jordi Salvador

Salvador was born on 23 July 1964 in Barcelona, Catalonia. His maternal grandparents were originally from Conca de Barberà but moved to Barcelona in the early part of the 20th century for economic reasons. In 1971, aged six, Salvador and his pare ...

Venceremos

Venceremos is a Spanish and Portuguese word meaning "we will overcome", or "we will win". The word can also refer to: Venceremos - we will win, a song by British jazz-dance musical ensemble Working week Radio Venceremos, an FMLN guerrilla groups ...

Bonne nouvelle

Bonne Nouvelle, South Africa Michel Rolland Radio Bonne Nouvelle, Gabon List of television networks by country Radio Bonne Nouvelle WYGG Haitian radio station in New Jersey

Orme

Orme, Tennessee, a town, United States The Orme School of Arizona, United States Orme, Maryland, an unincorporated community, United States Great Orme and Little Orme, two headlands in Llandudno Bay, Wales, United Kingdom

Rene Coicou

Rene Coicou was a Haitian-born Canadian politician, who served as the last mayor of Gagnon, Quebec from 1973 to 1985, making him the first black mayor in Quebec.