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Elta (disambiguation)

ELTA 1 HD - first commercial HD cable television channel in Bosnia and Herzegovina ELTA 2 - commercial music television channel in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Worner

Johann-Dietrich Worner born 1954, current Director General of ESA and former administrator of the German Aerospace Center Bert Worner 1929–2012, Australian rules footballer Marysole Worner Baz born 1936, Mexican painter and sculptor Manfred Worne ...

Don Det

Don Det, is an island in the middle of the Mekong river in Si Phan Don archipelago in Champasak Province of southern Laos.

Creation between Two Surfaces

Creation Between Two Surfaces is the second feature film by Iranian independent filmmaker Hossein Rajabian,That has been shot, written and directed by Hossein Rajabian, using digital cinema technology as his first film "The Upside-down Triangle". ...

Great Wall (disambiguation)

Southern Great Wall or Sculptor Wall Hercules–Corona Borealis Great Wall Sloan Great Wall CfA2 Great Wall, the original Great Wall of galaxies, or Northern Great Wall

Physics and Astronomy Building (University of Western Ontario)

The Physics and Astronomy Building, historically known as the Science Building, is an academic building of the University of Western Ontario on its main campus in London, Ontario. The building was the one of two erected on the present campus site ...

Archambault (disambiguation)

Archambault is a Media company in Quebec, Canada. Archambault may also refer to: Archambault House, historic house in Florissant, Missouri, U.S. Archambault Ridge, Victoria Land, Antarctica Bourbon-lArchambault, spa town and a commune in the Alli ...

Survive (TV series)

Survive is an American web television series written by Richard Abate and Jeremy Ungar that debuted on Quibi on April 6, 2020. It is based on the novel of the same name by Alex Morel.

Ri Son-gwon

Ri Son-gwon is a North Korean politician and diplomat who has served as chairman of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Fatherland. In January 2020, he was named in media reports as the successor for Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho.

Mission of Rio Bueno

The Mission of Rio Bueno was a Franciscan mission in the Huilliche lands in Rio Bueno, next to Bueno River, southern Chile. The establishment of the mission was by 1767 being planned by the Jesuit Andres Fabres. As the Jesuit order was expelled f ...

Soma Games

Soma Games is an American third-party video game developer based in Newberg, Oregon. Founded in 2005 by Chris Skaggs, John Bergquist, and Rande Bruhn. Soma originally produced games mobile games based on their own original properties such as G an ...

Gartlic za cas kratiti

Gartlic za cas kratiti is an anthology of poems by Croatian baroque poet and nobleman Fran Krsto Frankopan, which he compiled in prison around 1671. The work is regarded as among the most prominent of northern Croatian literature, being a part of ...

Bogoslovska smotra

Bogoslovska smotra is a Croatian interdisciplinary quinquennial scientific journal and among the oldest, still-publishing theology journals in the world, since 1910. The periodical is referenced in WOS, ESCI, SCOPUS, EBSCO, ERIH PLUS, IBZ Online, ...

Carnet

A carnet may refer to: in international law: ATA Carnet, for temporary importation of goods and equipment A legal authorisation, usually in the context of document allowing the importation of certain goods to countries without paying customs duty ...

Navy (disambiguation)

Royal Navy United Kingdom Navy United States Navy South Korean Navy Taiwan Navy Croatian Navy Israeli Navy Russian Navy French Navy Hellenic Navy Royal Canadian Navy Spanish Navy Peruvian Navy Royal Netherlands Navy Royal Australian Navy Chilean ...

Alliance of Roma in the Republic of Croatia "Kali Sara"

Alliance of Roma in the Republic of Croatia "Kali Sara" is organization of the Romani people in Croatia. Its seat is located in Croatian capital city of Zagreb. The organization was established in July 2007 and its first president was Veljko Kajt ...

Hatuey (beer)

The Hatuey was first brewed in 1927 in Santiago de Cuba. It was the countrys first premium beer. Bacardis Enrique Schueg had hired a German brewer to elaborate the drink. Hatuey was a respected figure within the Baccardi family, Emilio Bacardi ha ...

Flare (disambiguation)

A flare is a device that produces brilliant light and intense heat without explosion, used for lighting, signaling, decoration or as aerial defense countermeasure Flare may also refer to:

Essex Market

Essex Market is a food market with independent vendors at the intersection of Essex Street and Delancey Street in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, New York City. The market is known for its many local shops, including grocery stores, bakeries, b ...

Abishemu obelisk

The Abishemu obelisk or the Abichemou obelisk is a 1.25 meter limestone obelisk dedicated to the Phoenician king Abishemu I of Byblos. The obelisk is decorated with two lines of inscriptions in Egyptian hieroglyphics. It was created in c.1800 BCE ...

Esna (disambiguation)

Esna singer born 1987, an American singer-songwriter based in South Korea Sten Esna born 1982, an Estonian volleyball player Asko Esna born 1986, an Estonian volleyball player Esne bishop died c. 787, an English Catholic bishop Esna Boyd 1899–196 ...

Alula (disambiguation)

Alula may refer to: Alula, Somalia, a historic town in northeastern Somalia Alula Engida, a 19th-century Ethiopian general Alula plant, a rare Hawaiian plant Brighamia insignis Alula Borealis, a star in the constellation Ursa Major. See Nu Ursae ...

May Beati (exclosure)

May Be’ati is an exclosure located in the Dogua Tembien woreda of the Tigray Region in Ethiopia. The area has been protected since 1968 by the local community.

Humphrey Tawake

Humphrey Tawake is a senior officer in the Republic of Fiji Naval Service. Tawake represented Fiji at the 2017 Global Coast Guard Summit, in Tokyo. Tawake lead the welcome back ceremony upon the return of RFNS Kikau, from an extensive refit in Au ...

A New Chapter of Dub

A New Chapter of Dub is an album by English reggae band Aswad, released by Island Records in April 1982. The record is a dub version of Aswads previous album New Chapter, and was produced by the group with Michael "Reuben" Campbell. Having felt N ...

Charles Fitzgerald (disambiguation)

Charles Fitzgerald was Governor of the Gambia and Western Australia. Charles Fitzgerald may also refer to: Charles Patrick Fitzgerald 1902–1992, British-born Australian academic Charles FitzGerald, 4th Duke of Leinster 1819–1887, Irish duke and p ...

Lelo for Georgia

Lelo for Georgia is a political party in Georgia that was created at the end of 2019 by businessmen Mamuka Khazaradze and Badri Japaridze. The party has attracted a number of prominent political figures, including David Usupashvilis Development M ...

ITM

ITM-IFM, Mumbai, India Institute for Information, Telecommunication and Media Law, educational organization in Munster, Germany Institut Teknologi Mara, a public university in Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia ITM Global School, an English medium co- ...

Gunter Mayer

Born in Berlin, Mayer dealt with aesthetics, music aesthetics and music sociology, general theory of culture and art, media theory and media aesthetics. From 1980 to 1994 he was professor at the Humboldt University in Berlin. He was the editor of ...

Geschichte und Gesellschaft (journal)

Geschichte und Gesellschaft: Zeitschrift fuer Historische Sozialwissenschaft is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal covering the historical social sciences. It is published by Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.

Wander About Me

It is the story of a 30 years old girl Sayeh who in the middle of the big city is pursuing her dreams and ideals. She is a single and independent girl who wants to have a baby but she doesnt want to get married. This film was released in the 35th ...

SPJ (disambiguation)

Sparti Air Base IATA code SPJ, Greece Air Service airline former ICAO code SPJ; See List of airline codes A Samastipur Junction railway station code SPJ, India

ARM Aviacion

ARM Aviacion is a private Guatemalan charter airline based in Zone 13, Guatemala City, with its main hub at La Aurora International Airport. Founded in 1994, the airline employs approximately 100 people, including 20 pilots. ARM Aviacion also ope ...

Kundu (West novel)

Kundu is a 1956 Australian novel by Morris West. It was one of Wests first novels - the second published under his own name - and was reportedly written in only three weeks. A 1993 review of Wests career said the novel was a "potboiler" redeemed ...

Popcorn (disambiguation)

Faith Popcorn born 1943, futurist Marvin Sutton 1946-2009, American Appalachian moonshiner known as "Popcorn" Richard "Popcorn" Wylie 1939–2008, American R&B musician, songwriter and record producer

Stabo Air

Stabo Air is a privately owned cargo airline based in Lusaka, Zambia, operating from Lusaka International Airport. The company offers scheduled flights to Western Europe, East Africa and Southern Africa.

Agatea

Lianas or reclining shrubs with lanceolate to ovate leaves. The flowers are in terminal pseudo-racemes or racemoids, with white corollas that are strongly zygomorphic bilaterally symmetrical with the very large bottom petal differentiated into a ...

Badut

Badut is an 8th-century Hindu candi located in Tidar area around 5 kilometres west from the center of Malang city. This andesite stone structure is located in Karang Besuki village, Dau subdistrict, Malang Regency, East Java Indonesia. Despite it ...

Kerry

County Kerry, Ireland Kerry, Queensland, Australia Kerry Airport, an international airport in County Kerry, Ireland Kerry quarter, Cambridge, Massachusetts, US Kerry Park, Seattle, Washington, US Kerry, Powys, Wales, UK

32 Counties (song)

The title features John Morrison, in character as Dustin the Turkey of The Den, singing a song about the 32 counties of Ireland and notable features and traditions found in each. Some counties are mentioned in a derogatory context, intended to be ...

Stav Beger

At his careers beginning, Beger worked as recording engineer for Israeli musician Yinon Yahel. In 2015 he helped him to produce Israels Eurovision 2015 song "Golden Boy". When he started his independent career as a record producer and composer, B ...

Evan Cohen

Evan Gary Cohen a South African-born Israeli linguist and a tenured professor of linguistics at Tel Aviv University. Cohen was the spokesman to international media for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from July 2019 to March 2020. Cohen ...

Andrey Kozhinov

Andrey Kozhinov is an Israeli journalist, researcher and politician. He is currently a member of the Knesset for Telem.

Penthouse

Penthouse most often refers to: Mechanical penthouse, a floor, typically located directly under a flat-roof, that houses mechanical equipment Penthouse apartment, a special apartment on the top floor of a building Penthouse magazine, a British-fo ...

Wake (disambiguation)

Parish Wake, another name of the Welsh gŵyl mabsant, the fairs held on the local parishs patron saints annual feast Wake ceremony, a ritual which takes place during some funeral ceremonies Wakes week, an English holiday tradition

Dance of the Dead

Dance of the Dead may refer to: Dance of the Dead novel, a Dungeons & Dragons tie-in novel "Dance of the Dead" Masters of Horror, an episode of the TV series Masters of Horror Danse Macabre, a late-medieval allegory on the universality of death " ...

Longest Night

The longest night of the year occurs at the Winter solstice. It may refer specifically to a Longest Night Service of some Christian churches. Longest Night, The Longest Night or The Longest Nite may also refer to:

K-Books

K-Books is a chain of used goods stores in Japan. It specializes in otaku- and hobbyist-related items, including anime goods, manga, dōjinshi, and voice actor and idol goods.

JEA (disambiguation)

JEA is a municipal utility service in Jacksonville, Florida JEA or Jea may also refer to: Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995, a public law of the United States initiating the relocation of its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem Jordanian Eng ...

Rambler

Rambler, Wyoming Rambler Channel 藍巴勒海峽, separates Tsing Yi Island and the mainland New Territories in Hong Kong The Ramble and Lake, Central Park, an area within New York Citys Central Park