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Kim Ji-hoon

Kim Ji-hoon or Kim Ji-hun is a Korean name consisting of the family name Kim and the masculine given name Ji-hoon, and may refer to: Kim Ji-hoon boxer born 1987, South Korean boxer Kim Ji-hun wrestler born 1992, South Korean Greco-Roman wrestler ...

                                               

Cablevision (disambiguation)

Altice USA is a U.S. cable television operator with systems in the states of Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania. Cablevision may also refer to: Cablevision Argentina, an Argentine cable television operator, owned by Clarin group Shef ...

                                               

Ironclad (disambiguation)

An ironclad is a wooden ship, or ship of composite construction, sheathed with thick iron plates. Ironclad may also refer to: Operation Ironclad or the Battle of Madagascar, the World War II British occupation of Diego Suarez, Madagascar Ironclad ...

                                               

Vincenzo Amendola

Vincenzo "Enzo" Amendola is an Italian politician, member of the Democratic Party. On 5 September 2019, Amendola was appointed Minister of European Affairs in the second government of Giuseppe Conte.

                                               

Muhammad Yousuf Banuri

Muhammad Yousuf Banuri was a Pakistani Islamic scholar, founder of Jamia Uloom-ul-Islamia and former President of Wifaq ul Madaris Al-Arabia, Pakistan from 30 May 1973 to 17 October 1977.

                                               

Brumer

Alon Brumer born 1973, a former Israeli professional footballer twin brother of Gadi Brumer Gadi Brumer born 1973, a former Israeli professional footballer twin brother of Alon Brumer

                                               

The Rubbles

Los Marmol is a series of 6 short episodes that aired during commercial breaks on the Latin American Cartoon Network. It is a parody of The Osbournes, a reality show that aired on MTV. The titles have been changed to Spanish and Portuguese but al ...

                                               

Pueblo (disambiguation)

Pueblo is a Spanish-language term referring to a town or other small settlement, or to the population of a country. Pueblo may also refer to: In Spanish colonial New Spain, used as part of many place names including in todays United States, often ...

                                               

2019 Prix de lArc de Triomphe

The 2019 Prix de lArc de Triomphe was a horse race held at Longchamp Racecourse on Sunday 6 October 2019. It was the 98th running of the Prix de lArc de Triomphe. The race was won by Gestut Ammerland & Newsells Parks five-year-old horse Waldgeist ...

                                               

Plop

Plop may refer to: Plop, a slang word for feces Plop, the Hungarian name for Plopi village, Valea Ierii Commune, Cluj County, Romania Plop owl, the main character in The Owl Who was Afraid of the Dark by Jill Tomlinson Plop: The Hairless Elbonian ...

                                               

No Return (1973 film)

The film tells about a woman named Antonina, who is accused of the fact that during the war she lived in the territory captured by the Nazis. She is not believed that she was hiding a wounded soldier, and she decides to leave the party.

                                               

Diatta

Diatta may refer to: People: Adama Diatta born 1988, male freestyle wrestler from Senegal Emile Diatta, Senegalese politician Astou Ndiaye-Diatta born 1973, retired Senegalese womens basketball player Lamine Diatta born 1975, Senegalese footballe ...

                                               

KK Dinamo Pancevo

Kosarkaski klub Dinamo, commonly referred to as Dinamo Pancevo, is a mens and womens basketball club based in Pancevo, Serbia. The mens team has been competing in the 4th-tier Second Regional League, West Division.

                                               

Krios

Krios may refer to: People and figures Vangelis Krios born 1973 Greek soccer player Crius, Ancient Greek: Κρεῖος a figure in Ancient Greek mythology Krio people, an ethnic group in Sierra Leone Places Krios stream, Greek: Κριός a stream in Algeir ...

                                               

Ethos (disambiguation)

Ethos generally refers to a cultures guiding ideals. Ethos may also refer to: Ethos magazine, a biannual UK magazine 2007 - 2014 Ethos Books, an independent Singapore-based publisher Ethos journal official journal of the Society for Psychological ...

                                               

List of presidents of Pachuca Municipality

Rafael Cravioto Nuñez, 1970-1973 Ladislao Castillo Feregrino, 1979-1982 Alberto Melendez Apodaca, 2003-2006 Rafael Arriaga Paz, 1993-1997 Eduardo Valdespino Furlong, 1982-1985 Gabriel Romero Reyes, 1973-1976 Geraldina Garcia Gordillo, 2010-2012 R ...

                                               

Rolex (disambiguation)

Rolex is a Swiss luxury watch manufacturer based in Geneva, Switzerland. Rolex may also refer to: Rolex food, a popular food item in Uganda, combining an egg omelette and vegetables wrapped in a chapati Rolex Tower, a 59-floor tower in Dubai, Uni ...

                                               

Zhovtneve

Zhovtneve is a common name for a populated settlement in Ukraine. All of those were or are to be renamed according to the law prohibiting names of Communist origin. It can refer to:

                                               

1994 Bath City Council election

The 1994 Bath City Council election was held on Thursday 5 May 1994 to elect councillors to Bath City Council in England. It took place on the same day as other district council elections in the United Kingdom. One third of seats were up for elec ...

                                               

Jose Brito (politician)

Jose Dionisio Brito Rodriguez is a Venezuelan administrator and politician who serves as a deputy to the National Assembly and former member of Justice First party.

                                               

Blue Blooms the Gentian

Blue Blooms the Gentian is a 1973 West German musical comedy film directed by Franz Antel and starring Ilja Richter, Catharina Conti and Hansi Kraus. The films sets were designed by the art director Robert Fabiankovich. Location shooting took pla ...

                                               

1977–80 Balkan Cup

The 1977–80 Balkan Cup, was the 12th Balkan Cup football tournament. It was the first to have a group stage involving the five teams split into two groups, one of three teams and the other of two, with the winner of each one meeting in the final. ...

                                               

Ground zero (disambiguation)

Ground zero describes the point on the Earths surface closest to a nuclear detonation. In the case of an explosion above the ground, ground zero refers to the point on the ground directly below the nuclear detonation. Ground zero may also refer t ...

                                               

Wicker man (disambiguation)

A wicker man is a type of effigy. The Wicker Man or Wickerman may refer to: Wickerman Festival, an annual rock and dance music event that takes place in Galloway, Scotland, UK "Wicker Man", a song by Bruce Dickinson from The Best of Bruce Dickins ...

                                               

Tangent (disambiguation)

A tangent, in geometry, is a straight line through a point on a curve that has the same direction at that point as the curve. Tangent may also refer to:

                                               

Mouser

Mouser may refer to: A fictional type of rat catching robots from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series A boss in the video game Super Mario Bros. 2 and recurring villain for cartoon segments of The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! Chief Mouser to ...

                                               

Doraemon (disambiguation)

Doraemon is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Fujiko F. Fujio. Doraemon may also refer to: Doraemon 2005 TV series, which has run since 2005 Stand by Me Doraemon, a 2014 3D computer animated film Doraemon: Nobita to Mittsu no Sei ...

                                               

6GH8

The Triode-Pentode miniature vacuum tube is a nine pin vacuum tube,produced as a combination of medium-mu Triode and sharp-cutoff Pentode. It follows that the tube is divided into two sections - anode and cathode. Each of the sections had separat ...

                                               

Commerce, Services and Distribution Federation

The Commerce, Services and Distribution Federation is a trade union representing service sector workers, particularly retail and distribution staff, in France. The union was established in April 1973, at a conference in Issy-les-Moulineaux. Relev ...

                                               

David Siegel

David Siegel may refer to: David Siegel computer scientist born 1961, American computer scientist and co-founder of Two Sigma David D. Siegel 1931–2014, American law professor and legal commentator David Siegel executive, CEO of Investopedia Davi ...

                                               

The Outfit

The Outfit, a novel in the Parker series by Donald E. Westlake, writing as Richard Stark The Outfit video game, a game for the Xbox 360 console The Outfit film, 1973 film starring Robert Duvall The Outfit, a graphic novel by Darwyn Cooke Outfit, ...

                                               

Bloodshot

Bloodshot The J. Geils Band album 1973 Bloodshot Choir album 2018 "Bloodshot" song, a 2019 song by Dove Cameron Bloodshot Records, a record label

                                               

Big One

Big One, a locomotive from the anime series The Galaxy Railways "The Big One", a slogan used by WLW 700 AM, a radio station in Cincinnati, Ohio "The Big One", the fake heart attack that Redd Foxx would regularly have on the television series Sanf ...

                                               

Lockout

Lockout may refer to: Dublin Lockout, a major industrial dispute between approximately 20.000 workers and 300 employers 1913 - 1914 Lockout industry, a type of work stoppage MLB lockout, lockout in MLB Lockout sports, lockout in sports leagues NF ...

                                               

DSSA

The term DSSA can stand for a number of things, including: Dental Students Scientific Association of Egypt Denver Society of Security Analysts The U.S. Defense Security Service Academy Dog Show Superintendents Association The Duluth Superior Sail ...

                                               

Soundair

Soundair, previously Owen Sound Air Services, dba Soundair Express, was a freight airline based in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. The airline was the parent company of Air Toronto and Odyssey International and operated freight flights under the br ...

                                               

Keyword

Keyword Internet search, a word or phrase typically used by bloggers or online content creator to rank a web page on a particular topic Keyword computer programming, word or identifier that has a particular meaning to the programming language Key ...

                                               

Old soldiers never die (disambiguation)

Old soldiers never die is an English language catchphrase. Old Soldiers Never Die may also refer to: Old Soldiers Never Die, a 1931 British comedy film Old Soldiers Never Die: The Life of Douglas MacArthur, a 1996 book by Geoffrey Perret Old Sold ...

                                               

Irish Academic Press

Irish Academic Press is an independent Irish publishing house that was established in 1974, with a focus on Irish history, politics, literature and the arts. In 2012, Irish Academic Press launched the imprint Merrion Press, which publishes popula ...

                                               

IWP

IWP may refer to: Interview Waiver Program, a program where some nonimmigrant visa applicants to the United States can have the visa interview requirement waived Internationalist Workers Party Fourth International a Morenoist group in the US Inte ...

                                               

Snowfall (disambiguation)

Snowfall Trilogy, a series of fantasy novels by Mitchell Smith Snowfall, the first novel in the Snowfall Trilogy series Snowfall, by K. M. Peyton, a 1994 romantic novel about an English girl in 1890s Switzerland Snowfall comics, a fictional chara ...

                                               

A+

A+ may refer to: A+ blood type A-Plus, an American convenience store chain owned & operated by Sunoco A+ EP, 2015 EP by Hyuna A+ certification, the professional computer technician certification by CompTIA Missouri A+ schools program, a student i ...

                                               

Parmotrema rampoddense

Parmotrema rampoddense, commonly known as the long-whiskered ruffle lichen, is a species of foliose lichen in the family Parmeliaceae. It is widely distributed in tropical regions and grows on the bark of oak and palm trees.

                                               

Lake Saint Clair (disambiguation)

Lake St. Clair is a lake in North America, part of the international boundary between Michigan and Ontario, and carrying the water outflow of Lake Huron. Lake Saint Clair, Lake St. Clair or St. Clair Lake may also refer to: Australia Lake St Clai ...

                                               

Voltana Ademi

Voltana Ademi was born in Shkoder. She comes from a well-known family with significant influence and contribution to the social life of the city. Her ancestors are known as successful entrepreneurs in business and specifically, her family was a p ...

                                               

Kahama

Kahama may refer to: Roman Catholic Diocese of Kahama, a diocese of the Catholic Church in Tanzania Kahama Urban District, one of the districts of Shinyanga Region, Tanzania Kahama United, a football team in the district Kahama Chimpanzee Communi ...

                                               

NuSdorf

NuSdorf or Nussdorf may refer to: in Poland NuSdorf former village, since 1974 part of Eberdingen, Landkreis Ludwigsburg, Baden-Wurttemberg German name of Orzechowko, Olecko County NuSdorf Chiemgau, Traunstein district, Bavaria in Germany NuSdorf ...

                                               

Duda (disambiguation)

Duda, a village in Duda-Epureni Commune, Vaslui County, Romania Duda Mica River, Romania Duda Mare River, Romania Duda, a village in Subcetate Commune, Harghita County, Romania

                                               

Khan Asparuh (ship)

Khan Asparuh was the largest Bulgarian tanker owned and operated by Navibulgar. The ship had a length overall of 224 metres 734 ft 11 in and a draft of 15.5 metres 50 ft 10 in. The tanker used a 8RND-90 Sulzer Cegielski engine with 17.300 kilowat ...

                                               

Gonzalez

Gonzalez Island, Antarctica Pedro Gonzalez, Panama Gonzalez, Florida, United States Juan Gonzalez, Adjuntas, Puerto Rico Gonzalez Anchorage, Antarctica Gonzalez Municipality, Tamaulipas, Mexico Gonzalez, Cesar, Colombia