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Wednesday (disambiguation)

"Wednesday", a song by Detroit Emeralds Abrim Tilman from the 1977 album Feel the Need Wednesday opera German: Mittwoch, an opera by Karlheinz Stockhausen from his Licht cycle Wednesday 13, an American singer and musician "Wednesday", a song by T ...

                                               

Crabtree

Lake Crabtree, a reservoir in Cary, North Carolina, United States Crabtree, Pennsylvania Crabtree, Plymouth, a suburb of Plymouth in the county of Devon, England Mount Crabtree, a mountain in Marie Byrd Land, West Antarctica Crabtree, California ...

                                               

Naoki Kotake

Naoki Kotake is a former Japanese long track speed skater. He represented Japan at international competitions as a senior between 1988 and 1994. He participated at the 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 and 1994 World Allround Speed Skating Championships for ...

                                               

1970–71 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers basketball team

The 1970–71 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers mens basketball team represented Western Kentucky University during the 1971 NCAA University Division Basketball season. The Hilltoppers were led by Ohio Valley Conference Coach of the Year John Oldham and ...

                                               

Carol Dysinger

Carol Dysinger is the co-director of Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone, for which she and Elena Andreicheva won the Best Documentary Short Subject at the 92nd Academy Awards in 2020.

                                               

Magic Carpet Ride (Mighty Dub Katz song)

Magic Carpet Ride is a 1995 song by British duo Mighty Dub Katz, which consisted of DJ, musician, and record producer Norman Cook and his former flatmate Gareth Hansome. It is their biggest hit and was a big hit all over Europe. The single peaked ...

                                               

Born

Born crater, a small lunar impact crater located near the eastern edge of the Moon, to the northeast of the prominent crater Langrenus Born, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, a municipality in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany Born, Netherlands, a town in th ...

                                               

Habu (disambiguation)

Habu is the common name of a number of species of venomous snakes. Habu may also refer to: Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird, reconnaissance aircraft, as an early project nickname Habu, Botswana, a village HABU equivalent, a measure of computer performanc ...

                                               

Marry Me (Barry Mason and Les Reed song)

Marry Me is a song written by Barry Mason and Les Reed. It was first recorded by Engelbert Humperdinck and was a country hit for Ron Lowry in 1970.

                                               

La chismosa del solar

"La chismosa del solar" is a guaguanco written by Miguel Sarria and first recorded by Los Muñequitos de Matanzas in 1970. The song was covered in 1975 by Alfredo "Chocolate" Armenteros and Sonora Ponceña and released on LP and single format by bo ...

                                               

Huxel

Huxel is a locality in the municipality Schmallenberg in the High Sauerland District in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The village has 157 inhabitants and lies in the east of the municipality of Schmallenberg at a height of around 470 m. The ri ...

                                               

Different

"Different", a song by Jamie Shaw "Different", a song by No Malice from Hear Ye Him Different Thomas Anders album, 1989 "Different", a song by Ximena Sariñana on her self-titled 2011 album "Different", a song by Robbie Williams from his 2012 albu ...

                                               

Ono

Ono Island Alabama Ono, Kentucky Ono, Pennsylvania Ono, Wisconsin

                                               

Stephen Kunsu

Stephen Kunsu is a Ghanaian politician and member of the Seventh Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing Kintampo North in the Brong Ahafo region of Ghana.

                                               

Adjei Mensah

He was born on 24th February, 1970 in Krobo-Techiman in the Brong Ahafo region. He had his BA in Social Work and Political Science at the University of Ghana in 2002.

                                               

Robert Sarfo-Mensah

Robert Sarfo-Mensah a Ghanaian politician and member of the Seventh Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing Asunafo North in the Brong Ahafo region of Ghana.

                                               

Edward Michael Ennin

He was born on 15th May, 1970 in Old Edubiase in the Ashanti region. He had his Diploma in Data Processing at KNUST in 1997. He also had EMGL in GIMPA in 2008.

                                               

Asante

Asante, Ghanaian musician Asante rapper, is a Ghanaian rap artist, also known as Ernest B. Asante. He was born Ernest Kwasi Boateng Asante Asante may refer to: Asante name, an Asante surname and given name Asante Empire or Ashanti Empire, a forme ...

                                               

Jeffrey Lewis (disambiguation)

Jeffrey Lewis is an American singer-songwriter. Jeffrey or Jeff Lewis may also refer to: Jeffrey Lewis composer born 1942, Welsh composer Jeffrey Lewis academic, American nuclear proliferation academic and researcher Jeff Lewis professor, Austral ...

                                               

Sarsaparilla

Smilax glyciphylla, sweet sarsaparilla, native to Eastern Australia Smilax aristolochiifolia, known as Mexican sarsaparilla Smilax aspera, a flowering vine found worldwide Several species of plants, of the genus Smilax, including Smilax ornata, a ...

                                               

Kowloon (disambiguation)

Kowloon Restaurant, in Saugus, Massachusetts, described as Americas largest Asian dining complex

                                               

Suzette Sargeant

Suzette Sargeant is an American former basketball coach and player. After graduating from Auburn University in 1992, she went on to play professionally in Portugal, Italy, Israel, Finland and Iceland.

                                               

Transmigration

Transmigration may refer to: Transmigration, a 2006 album by Bakithi Kumalo Transmigration program, the programme to move landless people from densely populated areas of Indonesia to less populous areas of the country Transmigration of cancer cel ...

                                               

Behrouz Ataei

Behrouz Ataei is an Iranian former professional Volleyball player and current manager. He is currently head coach of Kalleh Mazandaran VC.He started playing volleyball in 1985, and two years later, for eight consecutive years, he was a member of ...

                                               

Marco Gaiardo

Marco Gaiardo is an Italian male mountain runner, who won a medal at individual senior level at the World Mountain Running Championships.

                                               

Big in Japan

Big in Japan band, a 1970s British punk band "Big in Japan" Big In Japan song, 1977 Big in Japan: Live in Tokyo 2010, an album by Klaus Schulze "Big in Japan" Sandra song, 1984 "Big in Japan", by Ane Brun, 2008 "Big in Japan" Guano Apes song, 200 ...

                                               

Mau disambiguation)

Mau may refer to: Mau Mau, a card game Mau Mau, a 1955 shockumentary exploitation film directed by Elwood Price and narrated by Chet Huntley Mau Mau, a 1973 documentary film released as part of The Black Mans Land Trilogy Gallery Mau Mau, an "art ...

                                               

Apostolic Nunciature to Mauritius

The Apostolic Nunciature to Mauritius represents the interests of the Holy See to officials of the Catholic Church, civil society, and government offices in Mauritius. The position of Apostolic Delegate is a diplomatic one, held by a member of th ...

                                               

Pony Express Rider

Scott Petersen as David Richardson Tom Waters as Button Forehand Delmer Buddy Totten as Bobby Charles Richardson Joan Caulfield as Charlotte Cliff Brand as Capt. Billings Maureen McCormick as Rose of Sharon Ace Reid as Bullfrog Fry Larry D. Mann ...

                                               

Montserrat (album)

Montserrat is the seventh solo album by English singer-songwriter John Otway. Released in 2017, Otway was backed by The Big Band, who he had toured with several times prior.

                                               

Gordian Knot (disambiguation)

The Gordian Knot is a legendary knot that became a metaphor for an intractable problem solved by a bold stroke. Gordian Knot may also refer to: Gordian Knot band, an American progressive rock band Gordian Knot album, the debut album of Sean Malon ...

                                               

Kathmandu (disambiguation)

Kathmandu Valley, geographic division which includes the aforementioned district and others surrounding it Kathmandu District, administrative division of Nepal that includes the city

                                               

Masters of Rock

Masters of Rock Masters of Rock Sammy Hagar album Masters of Rock festival, heavy metal festival in the Czech Republic Masters of Rock is a series of albums introduced of EMIBovema of the Netherlands during 1973 of recordings from the EMI progres ...

                                               

Demolition of Ile-Arugbo

Demolition of Ile-Arugbo is the decision of the Committee on Review of Property of Kwara state government, north-central Nigeria released on 1 July 2019 to reclaim the plots of land acquired by the late Dr. Olusola Saraki without proper documenta ...

                                               

Kigali accord

The Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol is an international agreement to gradually reduce the consumption and production of hydrofluorocarbons. The amendment was agreed upon at the twenty-eighth Meeting of the Parties to the Montreal Protoc ...

                                               

Kigali Accord

At their twenty-eighth Meeting of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol l held on Template:October 15, 2016 in Kigali, the Parties to the Montreal Protocol on substances that deplete the ozone layer reached an agreement on a gradual reduction in t ...

                                               

Circa (disambiguation)

Circa is a Latin word meaning "about" or "around". Circa or CIRCA may also refer to: Circa company, an American skateboard footwear company Circa Theatre, in Wellington, New Zealand Circa Enterprises, a Canadian equipment manufacturer Clandestine ...

                                               

Polesskoe Offensive

The Polesskoe Offensive, also known as the Battle of Kovel, was a Soviet offensive operation, launched by the 2nd Belorussian Front at the junction of Army Group South and Army Group Center, with the goal to strike deep into the flank and the rea ...

                                               

IWA World Heavyweight Championship

IWA World Heavyweight Championship is the name given for the principal title of a number of professional wrestling promotions that operate under the acronym "I.W.A.". It may refer to: International Wrestling Association 1970ss championship IWA Wo ...

                                               

GDB (disambiguation)

GDB may refer to: Graph database, a database that uses graph structures Puerto Rico Government Development Bank, the intragovernmental bank of Puerto Rico .gdb, a filename extension used by ArcGIS Geodatabase folders GNU Debugger, the standard de ...

                                               

Hotel Intourist

The Hotel Intourist was a hotel in Moscow, Russia. It was built in 1970 as a hotel for foreign tourists to the Soviet Union. In 2002, the hotel was closed and demolished. The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Moscow now stands on the site.

                                               

Minister of Finance (Samoa)

This is a list of finance ministers of Samoa. Eugene Paul, 1959–1961 Tofilau Eti, 1982–1984 Tuilaepa Aiono Sailele Malielegaoi, 1984–1985 Tofa Siaosi, 1970–1973 L. M. Cook, 1952–1959 Financial Secretary Faumuina Tiatia Liuga, 2011–2014 Tuilaepa A ...

                                               

Fano Shimasaki

Fano Frank Shimasaki was an American Samoan chief, civil servant, clergyman and politician. He served as a Senator between 1969 and 1972.

                                               

Tiger Mountain

Hushan Great Wall, or Tiger Mountain, Liaoning, China Tuxedo Ridge Ski Center, on a ridge known locally as Tiger Mountain, New York, U.S. Tygerberg Nature Reserve, Bellville, Western Cape, South Africa Tiger Mountain Washington, United States Tig ...

                                               

Barrel (disambiguation)

A barrel is a cylindrical container, traditionally made with wooden material. Barrel may also refer to: "The Barrel", a song by Aldous Harding from her 2019 album Designer barrel pillory, or Spanish mantle barrel crimp, also known as "F crimp" so ...

                                               

Israeli disengagement plan

There have been several Israeli disengagement plans: Jordans disengagement from the West Bank, Jordans disengagement from Israel and the West Bank in 1988 over the West Bank Israeli disengagement from Gaza, a 2005 unilateral disengagement and pul ...

                                               

Grace Kesande Bataringaya

Grace Kesande Bataringaya is a Ugandan politician and woman member of parliament. In 2011, she was elected as a woman representative in parliament for Rubirizi district. She is a member of the ruling National resistance movement political party.

                                               

Four Knights

Four Knights may refer to: Chukotka Autonomous Okrug The current 4 autonomous okrugs of Russia Four Nights in Knaresborough, a play by Paul Corcoran Paul Webb Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug Four Knights Game, a chess opening The Four Knights, an A ...

                                               

Baader-Meinhof (disambiguation)

The Baader-Meinhof Group, also known as Red Army Faction, was a left-wing militant group active in West Germany from 1970–98. Baader-Meinhof may also refer to:

                                               

Marxist Group

Marxist Group may refer to: International Marxist Group Germany, a Trotskyist group in West Germany Marxist Group UK, an early Trotskyist group in the United Kingdom International Marxist Group, a Trotskyist political party in Britain between 196 ...