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Zinash Tayachew

Zinash Tayachew is the wife of Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and the First Lady of Ethiopia. Zinash is a devout Protestant Christian ministering at her church as a Gospel Singer. According to the office of the Ethiopian Prime Minister, she ...

                                               

Sakka

Limmu Sakka, one of the woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia Ras ben Sakka, the northernmost point of the African continent Sakka, Rif Dimashq Governorate, a village near Damascus, Syria

                                               

Samuel Kwadwo Asiamah

Samuel Kwadwo Asiamah is a former Ghanaian Supreme Court Judge. Asiamah initially studied for an Education career, obtaining the Teachers Certificate A and Specialist Certificate in English. He proceeded to complete a Bachelor of Laws degree and ...

                                               

Kofi Frimpong

Kofi Frimpong is a Ghana politician and former member of the Ghanaian legislature who represented the Kwabre East constituency in the Ashanti Region of Ghana under the ticket of the New Patriotic Party in the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republ ...

                                               

Dossier

A dossier is a collection of papers or other sources, containing detailed information about a particular person or subject. Dossier can also refer to:

                                               

Israeli invasion of Lebanon

Israeli invasion of Lebanon may refer to any of several Israeli military campaigns in Israeli-Lebanese Conflict: 2006 Lebanon War, a military conflict in Lebanon, northern Israel and the Golan Heights Operation Accountability, week-long attack by ...

                                               

Zulkifli Zainal Abidin

Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Panglima Hj Zulkifli bin Hj Zainal Abidin is a Malaysian general who served as the 20th Chief of Defence Forces. He served as the Chief of Army from June 14, 2011 to June 13, 2013.

                                               

Roberto Chavez

Roberto Chavez is a Mexican former professional tennis player. Chavez reached a career high ranking of 172 in the world while competing on the professional tour in the 1970s. At the 1973 Wimbledon Championships, Chavez came from two sets down to ...

                                               

Flight 103 (disambiguation)

Pan Am Flight 103 was a flight that was destroyed in 1988 by a terrorist bomb, killing all 259 people on board, plus 11 on the ground. Flight 103 may also refer to: Air New Zealand Flight 103, an Air New Zealand DC-10 which helped to find a lost ...

                                               

Tobi

Tobi may refer to: Tobi Naruto, the alias of Obito Uchiha, a major antagonist of the anime and manga series Naruto Shippuden Tobi island, island in the Palauan state of Hatohobei Tobi shokunin or tobi for short; construction workers in Japan Tobi ...

                                               

Mick Stone

Michael Stone is an Australian former rugby league referee. Stone began his refereeing career in the Western Suburbs Junior Rugby League in 1978. He was subsequently graded to referee in the New South Wales Rugby League NSWRL, gaining his first f ...

                                               

Chilia

Chilia may refer to: Places: Chilia branch, a distributary of the Danube Chilia, a village in Fagețelu Commune, Olt County, Romania Chilia, a village in Bargauani Commune, Neamt County, Romania Kiliya, Ukraine spelled Chilia in Romanian, a small ...

                                               

Powder Magazine

Powder Magazine, Powder House, or Powderworks may refer to: Gunpowder magazine, a magazine building designed to store the explosive gunpowder in wooden barrels for safety Powder Magazine skiing, snow-skiing magazine in the US; focused on stories ...

                                               

NewsCenter

NewsCenter or variant NewsCentre, is a brand that has been used by many broadcasting entities to refer to its regular newscasts. In particular, "NewsCenter" may refer to: Common Dreams NewsCenter KMTV-TV in Omaha, using "NewsCenter 3" in the 1980 ...

                                               

Sacca (disambiguation)

Sacca may refer to: Sacca, the word for an artificial island in the Venetian Lagoon, see Sacca Fisola, Sacca San Biagio and Sacca Sessola Sacca, a Pāli word meaning "real" or "true" Sacca is also a surname and may refer to: Brian Sacca born 1978, ...

                                               

MECA

Maine College of Art Middle East Center for the Arts, at Mana Contemporary in Jersey City, New Jersey Los Caños de Meca, a seaside village in Spain MECA de Bordeaux Maison de leconomie creative et de la culture en Aquitaine, a cultural and modern ...

                                               

Youre Not Alone

Youre Not Alone Roy Buchanan album or the title song, 1978 Youre Not Alone EP, by OK Go and Bonerama, 2008 You Are Not Alone Kinetics & One Love album, 2012 You Are Not Alone Mavis Staples album or the title song, 2010 Youre Not Alone Andrew W.K. ...

                                               

Cherson

Cherson may refer to the following places and jurisdictions: 2701 Cherson, a main-belt asteroid discovered on 1 September 1978 by Nikolai Chernykh Cherson theme, a Byzantine military province located in the southern Crimea, centred at Chersonesus ...

                                               

London Town

London or London Town, United Kingdom Londontowne, Maryland, a census-designated place and site of the former London Town seaport, now operated as Historic London Town and Gardens

                                               

Soul Patrol

Soul Patrol may refer to: Soul Patrol baseball, the outfield players of the 2001 Minnesota Twins season Soul Patrol 2000 film, a British comedy film starring Sadie Frost and Davinia Taylor Soul Patrol, a book about an African-American LRRP in Vie ...

                                               

Holocaust (disambiguation)

The Holocaust was a genocide during World War II in which Nazi Germany, aided by its collaborators, systematically murdered approximately 6 million European Jews. Holocaust may also refer to: Holocaust miniseries, a 1978 American television minis ...

                                               

Striker (1978 film)

Striker is a Bengali sports drama film directed by Archan Chakravarty. The movie was based on a same name novel by Moti Nandi and released on 25 August 1978 under the banner of Keya films.

                                               

War of the Gods

War of the Gods may refer to: "War of the Gods" Battlestar Galactica, a two-part episode of the 1978 television series Battlestar Galactica Theomachy, divine conflicts in Greek mythology "War of the Gods", a song by Amon Amarth, on the album Surt ...

                                               

Craig Sanderson

Craig William Sanderson is the Master of the Supreme Court of Western Australia. He graduated form the University of Western Australia in 1975 with a Bachelor of Jurisprudence and a Bachelor of Laws. While at University he was also Treasurer of t ...

                                               

Florence Petty

Florence Petty was a Scottish cookery writer and broadcaster. During the 1910s, in the socially deprived area of Somers Town, north west London, Petty ran cookery demonstrations to working class women to get them in the habit of cooking cheap and ...

                                               

Bluefin

Bluefin tuna, multiple species of tuna Bluefin stoneroller Campostoma pauciradii, fish in the family Cyprinidae Bluefin driftfish Psenes pellucidus False bluefin trevally Carangoides orthogrammus, fish in the jack family Bluefin damsel Neoglyphid ...

                                               

Fingerling

Fingerling or Fingerlings may refer to: Fingerling potato, a small potato Fingerling fish, the development stage of young fish at which the fins can be extended and scales started developing Fingerlings toy, line of robotic toys

                                               

Hansje van Halem

Hansje van Halem is a Dutch graphic designer and type designer. Her work is typified by geometric, repetitive, sometimes almost psychedelic patterns. Hansje van Halem studied graphic and typographic design at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague ...

                                               

Deathtrap

Deathtrap may refer to: Will: The Death Trap II, sequel to the previous game Death Trap, a 1977 film better known as Eaten Alive "Death Trap", a song by Gravediggaz from their 1997 album 6 Feet Deep Deathtrap play, a 1978 play by Ira Levin which ...

                                               

Eternal Recurrence

"Eternal Recurrence", music of the Mana series of video games "Cambrian II: Eternal Recurrence", a song by The Ocean from the 2018 album Phanerozoic I: Palaeozoic Eternal Recurrence EP, a 2017 EP by Deradoorian "Eternal Recurrence", a song by Miy ...

                                               

Freeze frame

Freeze Frame 1979 film, a 1979 animated short directed by Chuck Jones Still frame, a single image "frame" from a film or video Freeze-frame shot, a cinematographic technique Freeze frame television, a technique making use of freeze frame shots Fr ...

                                               

Starting Over

Starting Over may refer to: In music: Starting Over La Toya Jackson EP, 2011 Starting Over Raspberries album, and a song from that album Starting Over Speed album, and a song from that album "Starting Over", a song from Korns untitled album "Star ...

                                               

Jeff Delaney

Delaney was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and grew up in the suburb of Upper St. Clair where he attended Upper St. Clair High School. As a senior he helped lead the team to a share of the WPIAL championship after going undefeated in the regula ...

                                               

Mighty Man

Mighty Man refers to any one of several fictional, super-powered individuals in literature: Mighty Man CrossGen, a short-lived superhero in the CrossGen comics universe Mighty Man comics, a re-imagined version of the Centaur Comics Hero, publishe ...

                                               

Church Rock

Church Rock may refer to the following: Church Rock, Antarctica, a steeple-like rock in Corinthian Bay In the United States Church Rock, New Mexico, a census-designated place Church Rock uranium mill spill, in Church Rock, New Mexico, 1979 Church ...

                                               

1986 Asia Golf Circuit

The 1986 Asia Golf Circuit was the 25th season of golf tournaments that comprised the Asia Golf Circuit. Taiwans Lu Hsi-chuen claimed the overall circuit title for a record equalling fourth time, having previously won in 1979, 1980 and 1981.

                                               

1980 Asia Golf Circuit

The 1980 Asia Golf Circuit was the 19th season of golf tournaments that comprised the Asia Golf Circuit. Golfers from Taiwan again dominated the circuit with six tournament wins from the ten events. Lu Hsi-chuen repeated his performance from 1979 ...

                                               

India mens national under-21 field hockey team

The India mens national under-21 field hockey team represent India in mens international under-21 field hockey competitions. It is controlled by Hockey India, the governing body for field hockey in India.

                                               

Massachusetts Senates 1st Essex and Middlesex district

Massachusetts Senates 1st Essex and Middlesex district in the United States is one of 40 legislative districts of the Massachusetts Senate. It covers 17.8% of Essex County and 2.5% of Middlesex County population. Republican Bruce Tarr of Gloucest ...

                                               

1979 Island Holidays Classic

The 1979 Island Holidays Classic, also known as the Hawaii Open, was a mens tennis tournament played an outdoor hard courts in Maui, Hawaii, in the United States that was part of the 1979 Colgate-Palmolive Grand Prix circuit. It was the sixth edi ...

                                               

1979 New Caledonian legislative election

Early legislative elections were held in New Caledonia on 1 July 1979 after the Government Council was dismissed by the French government and the High Commissioner dissolved the Assembly elected in 1977.

                                               

1979–80 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers basketball team

The 1979–80 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers mens basketball team represented Western Kentucky University during the 1979–80 NCAA Division I mens basketball season. The Hilltoppers were members of the Ohio Valley Conference and led by future National ...

                                               

Rozana Radi

Radi has released several successful singles in Albania, as well as collaborated with several famous Albanian artists. Together with rapper Noizy, she has released the singles "Fly" and "Mr. Yesterday". In 2009, Radi performed in Kenga Magjike in ...

                                               

XI Mechanized Brigade

The XI Mechanized Brigade" Brigadier General Juan Manuel de Rosas” is a brigade of the Argentine Army. It is based at the" Rio Gallegos” Army Garrison. The Army Command-in-Chief created the" Santa Cruz” Grouping in 7 February 1979.

                                               

Modus

Modus may refer to: Modus, the Latin name for grammatical mood, in linguistics Modus company, an Alberta-based company Modus medieval music, a term used in several different technical meanings in medieval music theory Modus band, a pop music band ...

                                               

Dania

Dania is the Latin name for Denmark. Dania may also refer to: Dania Ramirez born 1979, Dominican-American actress Danial, Mazandaran, a village in Iran Dania College, one of the oldest colleges in Bangladesh Dania Academy, usually referred to as ...

                                               

Joy FM

KLJY, licensed to Clayton, Missouri WSJY, licensed to Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, formerly known as Joy FM KSDA, licensed to Agat, Guam WPJW, licensed to Hurricane, West Virginia WJIS, licensed to Bradenton, Florida WXRI, licensed to Winston-Salem, ...

                                               

Alan Knight

Alan Knight is the name of: Alan Knight footballer born 1961, English footballer, played a record number of games as goalkeeper for Portsmouth FC Alan Knight bishop 1904–1979, Bishop of Guyana and Primate of the West Indies Alan Knight academic 1 ...

                                               

Tell Me

"Tell Me", by Case, from the album Personal Conversation "Tell Me" Bobby Valentino song "Tell Me" White Lion song "Tell Me", by Total, from the album Total "Tell Me", by Aerosmith, from the album Music from Another Dimension! "Tell Me" Dru Hill s ...

                                               

Nila

Nila may refer to: Pulau Nila, a small Indonesian volcanic island in the Banda Sea, and the volcano Mount Nila on it Nila film, a Tamil film released in 1994 Nila River or Bharathapuzha, is a river in the Indian state of Kerala Nila Ramayana, a m ...