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Filogonio Naxin

Filogonio Naxin is a Mazatec artist and illustrator whose work fuses Mazatec cosmology with modern elements to promote Mexican indigenous language and culture as well as comment on modern social issues. His work has been exhibited in various Mexi ...

Washoe

Washoe Creek, Sonoma County, California Washoe Lake, lake in Nevada Washoe County, Nevada New Washoe City, Nevada Washoe Valley, Nevada, census-designated place Washoe Valley Nevada

Albina

Albina, Timiș, a village in Moșnița Noua Commune, Timiș County, Romania Albina, Oregon, a city annexed by Portland, Oregon, US Albina, Vaslui, a village in Ivanești Commune, Vaslui County, Romania Albina, Cimislia, a commune in Raionul Cimislia, ...

Jaga

Jaga Muslim caste, a Muslim community in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India Jaga Kongo, two bands of warriors encountered by the Portuguese in the African kingdom of Kongo Jaga Rajasthan, a social caste of genealogists in Rajasthan, India

Tehuelche

Tehuelche or Tehuelches may refer to: Tehuelche motorcycle, produced in Argentina from 1957 to 1964 IA 51 Tehuelche single engined light utility aircraft, developed in the late 1950s in Argentina Tehuelches Department, Chubut Province, Argentina ...

Bugle (disambiguation)

Bugle railway station Bugle, Cornwall, a village near St Austell in the United Kingdom Bugle Field, a Baltimore, Maryland, stadium used by two primary Negro League baseball teams from 1916 to 1950 Bugle Rock, South Bangalore, Karnataka, India

Planet Earth (disambiguation)

Planet Earth II, a 2016 BBC nature television documentary series sequel to Planet Earth Planet Earth franchise of nature documentaries produced by BBC Planet Earth, a 2006 BBC nature television documentary series Planet Earth film, a 1974 science ...

Spitz (disambiguation)

Spitz may refer to: Spitz, a type of dog, including specific breeds German Spitz Icelandic Spitz Indian Spitz, a spitz-type dog breed Finnish Spitz Norrbottenspets or Nordic Spitz, a breed of dog of the spitz type American Eskimo Dog, sometimes f ...

Inshallah (disambiguation)

Inshallah novel, a 1991 Italian novel by Oriana Fallaci InchAllah, Marc-Edouard Nabe Inshallah: konflikten mellan Israel och Palestina, a 2001 Swedish book by Donald Bostrom InchAllah, Gerard Davet

Sarah (disambiguation)

Sarah given name Saint Sarah, a Romani saint Sarah, Duchess of York, former British princess Princess Sarah Zeid of Jordan, Jordanian and Iraqi princess

Breaking Up

Breaking Up 1978 film, an American TV film Breaking Up 1997 film, a 1997 direct-to-video film Breaking Up 1985 film, a 1985 television film Breaking Up with Shannen Doherty, a 2006 reality TV series

Christian era (disambiguation)

Christian era may refer to the time since Christianisation in any given regional context. Christianization of the Slavs Ancient Roman Christianity Early Christianity decline of Greco-Roman paganism Christianization of the Germanic peoples in Chri ...

Nena e Vatres

Nena e Vatres or Nana e Votres is the goddess of the fire hearth in Albanian mythology and folklore, associated with fire worship, the cult of the ancestor and the cult of the woman-centered family life.

Tsung-Tung Chang

Chang was born in a village near Taichung in Taiwan in 1930. He acquired a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Taihoku Imperial University in the 1940s. In 1956 he moved to Frankfurt am Main, where in February 1961 he receiced his doctorate ...

This Was the Time

This Was the Time is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Eugene Boyko and released in 1970. Created for the National Film Board of Canada, the film portrays the renaissance of Haida culture through its depiction of a potlatch ceremony in Hai ...

Nuka

Nuka can mean: Nuka The Lion King, a character from the 1998 Disney direct-to-video animated film The Lion King II: Simbas Pride The Japanese word for rice bran A character in Astro Boy, a female robot on whom Astro has a crush Younger sibling of ...

Dahu (disambiguation)

Dahu Park, a park and lake in Taipei Dahu, Miaoli, a township in southern Miaoli County

Dinan (disambiguation)

Dinan may refer to: People Desmond Dinan, born 1957, Irish academic and Jean Monnet Professor at the George Mason School of Public Policy, in Arlington, Virginia Josce de Dinan died 1166, Anglo-Norman nobleman at the time of the civil war between ...

Baban (disambiguation)

Baban was a Kurdish principality in present-day Iraqi Kurdistan. Baban can also refer to: Baban, Iran, a village in Iran Baban film Baban, Albania, a village in Albania Baban is a primarily Kurdish surname. It is the surname of the following peop ...

Wladimir van Wilgenburg

Wladimir van Wilgenburg is a Dutch journalist and author writing predominantly about Kurdistan. He lives in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan. Van Wilgenburg received a Master of Arts in conflict studies from the University in Utrecht in 2011 and another on ...

Super Sunday

Super Sunday may refer to: Super Soul Sunday, an American daytime television talk show hosted by Oprah Winfrey, airing on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network every Sunday morning at 11/10c Ford Super Sunday, the live Sunday afternoon Premiership football ...

Gibeon

Gibeon may refer to: Gibeon ancient city, a Canaanite city north of Jerusalem that was conquered by Joshua Gibeon Constituency, the constituency whose administrative centre is the Namibian village of Gibeon Gibeon meteorite, an iron meteorite fou ...

Jud

Jud may refer to: Jud, a surname Jakob Jud 1882–1952, Swiss linguist Leo Jud 1482–1542, Swiss reformer Jud Logan born 1959, American athlete Jud Hurd 1913–2005, American cartoonist Jud Buechler born 1968, American professional basketball player J ...

Ofir

Ofir is an alternate spelling of the Jewish name Ophir. The name may refer to: Ofir Haim born 1975, Israeli footballer Ofir Kopel born 1975, Israeli footballer Ofir Amram born 1986, Israeli footballer Ofir Netzer born 1996, Israeli gymnast Ofir S ...

Reshef (disambiguation)

Tzali Reshef born 1953, an Israeli politician affiliated with the Israeli Labor Party Amnon Reshef born 1938, an Israeli major general and commander in the Yom Kippur War Shai Reshef born 1955, an American entrepreneur Reshef Levi born 1972, an I ...

Portable Bloomberg: The Wit and Wisdom of Michael Bloomberg

Portable Bloomberg: The Wit and Wisdom of Michael Bloomberg is a 1990 booklet that contains sayings, maxims, comments, and other thoughts of Michael Bloomberg. The 32-page publication compiles quotes attributed to Bloomberg, while he was leading ...

Evrim Alatas

Evrim Alatas was a Kurdish writer, journalist, screen writer and human rights activist. Alatas is described as the first female Kurdish writer of Turkey. Her works include the film Min Dit: The Children of Diyarbakır from 2009, which won the gran ...

Cindy

"Cindy", song by C. Jerome M. Mesure, J. Albertini, F. Richard; #6 in France 1976 "Cindy", a song by Bruce Springsteen from his 2015 album The Ties That Bind: The River Collection "Cindy", 1976 song written by Peter, Sue and Marc Reber, Zukocski; ...

Cansu Ozdemir

Cansu Ozdemir is a German politician of The Left from Hamburg. She is a member of the Hamburg Parliament. Ozdemir was born in Hamburg to Kurdish parents in 1988. After she received her abitur from High School in 2009, she studied politics at the ...

Denise Kum

Denise Kum is a New Zealand artist. Her works are held in the collection of Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki and Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.

Dinner in America

Dinner in America is a 2020 American coming of age dark comedy film written and directed by Adam Rehmeier. It stars Kyle Gallner, Emily Skeggs, Brittany Sheets, Pat Healy, Griffin Gluck, Lea Thompson, and Mary Lynn Rajskub. The plot follows a pun ...

Ruby Mazur

Ruby Mazur is an American artist who has created the cover art of over 3.000 albums for artists including The Rolling Stones, B.B. King, Sarah Vaughn, Elton John and Ray Charles. He is a former art director for Famous Music, ABC-Dunhill, and Para ...

Papusza (film)

Papusza is 2013 Polish feature film directed by Joanna Kos-Krauze and Krzysztof Krauze, starring Jowita Budnik as lead actress. The plot revolves around the biography of Romani poetess Bronislawa Wajs, better known as Papusza rom. Lalka within th ...

Sami Diedalas Aigecala

Sami Diedalas Aigecala is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary open access journal published by the University of Tromso Arctic University Center for Sami Studies in Tromso and the Sami University of Applied Sciences in Guovdageaidnu, Norway. It pub ...

S (magazine)

S Nuoraid Magaziidna, typically referred to simply as S, is a Sami bimonthly magazine focused on music, movies, sports, and youth culture. Founded in 1993, it is published by Idut AS in Billavuotna, Norway, and, as of 2020, its editor is Niels Ov ...

Pierre Mas

Pierre Mas was a French media mogul of the francophone press under the French Protectorate over Morocco. With the fortune he inherited a fortune from his father, who in 1907 opened a branch of Banque lyonnaise in Morocco, Pierre Mas began his med ...

Czechoslovak (disambiguation)

Czechoslovak may refer to: First Czechoslovak Republic 1918–38 Third Czechoslovak Republic 1948–60 Second Czechoslovak Republic 1938–39 demonym or adjective pertaining to Czechoslovakia 1918–93 Fourth Czechoslovak Republic 1960–89 Fifth Czechoslo ...

Catuslugi

The Catuslougi were a small Belgic coastal tribe, dwelling around modern-day Incheville during the Roman period.

Illyrian

Illyrian may refer to: adjective for French Illyrian Provinces Illyrian Wars, several wars between ancient Romans and Illyrians Illyrian languages, languages of ancient Illyrian tribes Illyrian type helmet, a type helmet used by ancient Illyrians ...

Vestnik

Vestnik or vesnik means messenger or herald in several Slavic languages, and is used as a generic name in various news publications. It may refer to Vestnik Meditsinskiy Vestnik Medical Herald, Russian language newspaper published in Belarus Vest ...

Folk Songs of the Macedonian Bulgarians

Folk Songs of the Macedonian Bulgarians (Serbian: Народне песме Македонски Бугара is an ethnographic collection of folk songs collected by Stefan Verkovic, considered to be his most valuable contribution to the field of Bulgarian folklore. It was ...

Black Book (video game)

Black Book is an upcoming adventure role-playing video game, developed by Morteshka and published by HypeTrain Digital. The game is planned to be released in 2020. Taking place in 19th century Russia, the game is heavily inspired by Russian folkl ...

Dmitry Ivanovich

Dmitry Ivanovich is an appellation composed of the given name and patronymic. It may refer to: Tsarevich Dmitry Ivanovich of Russia born 1582, youngest son of Ivan the Terrible Dmitry Ivanovich grandson of Ivan III 1483–1509, heir to the Russian ...

Vishnu (disambiguation)

Vishnu is a God in Hinduism. Vishnu may also refer to: Vishnu 1994 film, a 1994 Malayalam film directed by P. Sreekumar with Mammootty as the lead. Vishnu band, a Norwegian alternative rock band established in 2003 Vishnu 2003 film, a 2003 Telugu ...

Kallapetti Singaram

Kallapetti Singaram was an Indian film actor who has acted over 100 Tamil language films in comedy roles during the year of 1966-1990. He has played major roles in films directed by K. Bhagyaraj. He is notable movies like Suvarilladha Chiththiran ...

Kallur

Kallur, Kumbakonam, Thanjavur district, Tamil Nadu Kallur, Palakkad, village in Palakkad district in Kerala Kallur, Yelburga, also spelled as Kallooru, village in the Yelburga taluk of Koppal district in the Indian state of Karnataka Kallur, Kham ...

A. Veerappan (actor)

A. Veerappan was an comedian and screenwriter, comedy sequence writer and director. While having worked in more than 100 films. He is notable for his comedian roles along with fellow actor Nagesh in the 1960s. He debuted as comedian in the film T ...

GVM

GVM may refer to: Goa Vidyaprasarak Mandal, an educational institution in India. Generalized Verma module, an object in mathematics. Gautham Vasudev Menon he is an Indian film director, screenwriter and producer who works in Tamil, Telugu and Hin ...

Pon Parthiban

Pon Parthiban is an Indian screenwriter who works in Tamil-language films. He is known for writing the screenplay for several Radha Mohan films, Brindavanam, Kaatrin Mozhi), and co-writing the screenplay for Kaithi.

Arivu

Arivarasu Kalainesan, more commonly known as Arivu, is an Indian rapper, lyricist, and playback singer who works in Tamil language films. He is known for the song "Single Pasanga" from Natpe Thunai.