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Jill Kortleve

Jill Megan Kortleve is a Dutch plus-size model. She is known for being an exclusive face in Alexander McQueens Spring/Summer 2019 show.

                                               

Gamo

Gamo may refer to: Gamō-yonchōme Station 蒲生四丁目駅, Gamō-Yonchōme-eki, a train station on the Osaka Municipal Subway Imazatosuji Line and Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line Gamō Station 蒲生駅, Gamō-eki, a station on the Tōbu Railway located in Ko ...

                                               

Faberge (disambiguation)

Faberge may refer to: Faberge Inc., a brand name company acquiring the name in 1937/1964. Faberge et Cie, a Paris jewelry firm founded by sons of the Russian firm House of Faberge, a Russian jewelry firm founded by Gustav Faberge in 1842 Faberge ...

                                               

Victoria de Lesseps

De Lesseps was born in 1994. She is the daughter of Count Alexandre de Lesseps, a businessman and member of the French nobility, and Luann de Lesseps, an American reality television personality and socialite. Through her father, she is related to ...

                                               

Jessie Mei Li

Jessica Mei Li is an English actress. She will star as Alina Starkov in upcoming Netflix series Shadow and Bone and play Lara in Edgar Wrights Last Night in Soho. Her stage work includes 2019 production of All About Eve.

                                               

Sandor Funtek

Sandor Funtek is a French actor. His father, an artist, originated from Hungary, while his mother, also an artist, was from a French-speaking background. His first lead role is in K contraire originally Lenkas or The Truk 2019.

                                               

Rhea Raj

Rhea Raj is New York based Indian-American singer, actress, songwriter and pop artist. She also auditioned for American Idol in 2016. She was featured on MTV for two of her covers: "New Rules" by Dua Lipa and "I Got You"." Her songs" 2AM” and" Ro ...

                                               

Elli Moore

Annalise Morelli, known professionally as Elli Moore, is an American pop singer-songwriter. She is part of the female songwriting and producing duo Lyre with Alina Smith.

                                               

Marly - Almir Leka

Marly also known as Almir Leka, is a popular Albanian recording artist, singer-songwriter and lyricist. He is the co-founder of the hip hop duo Sant & Marly, consisting of himself and his colleague, the rapper named Sant. Marly made his debut in ...

                                               

Karin Tanabe

Karin Tanabe is a historical fiction novelist who is best known for her works The Gilded Years: A Novel, a novel about the first African-American graduate of Vassar College, and The Diplomats Daughter: A Novel, a love story set in a Japanese Amer ...

                                               

Korean Mongolian

Korean Mongolian or Mongolian Korean may refer to: North Korea-Mongolia relations, the historic and current bilateral relations between Mongolia and North Korea Koreans in Mongolia, one of the Korean diaspora communities in Asia Mongolians in Sou ...

                                               

Californian

Californian is an adjective describing something related to the American state of California. It is also the demonym for a person from California. It may also refer to:

                                               

Tessa Ia

Tessa Ia is a Mexican actress best known for her starring role in After Lucia. Through her mother she belongs to the Norwegian-Mexican Norvind family of actors.

                                               

Neville Fraser

John Neville Fraser was an Australian first-class cricketer, pastoralist and the father of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser. The son of the businessman, pastoralist, and politician Simon Fraser, he was born in the Melbourne suburb of Toor ...

                                               

Tangshan (disambiguation)

Tangshan is a city in Hebei, China. Tangshan may also refer to: Tangshan, one of the names of China mainly used by overseas Chinese and Taiwanese people of Guangdong and Fujian descent, no longer popular

                                               

William Hinnegan

William Hinnegan was a sailor in the United States Navy during the American Civil War. He received the Medal of Honor.

                                               

Siege of Shkoder

The Siege of Shkoder may refer to: The siege of Shkodra known also as the siege of Scutari in 1912-13, a siege by predominantly Montenegrin forces upon the Ottoman-controlled Albanian fortress at Shkodra. The siege of Shkodra known also as the si ...

                                               

Vashegy

Vashegy is a Hungarian name of the following places, which were all formerly within the Hungarian part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire: Zeleznik village, in the Svidnik District of the Presov Region of Slovakia Vas-hegy, a mountain in the Alpokalj ...

                                               

First Legion

First Legion may refer to: The First Legion 1951 film U.S. drama film Legio I Germanica Legio I Italica Legio I Adiutrix Legio I Parthica Legio I Ancient Rome, see List of Roman legions Legio I Macriana liberatrix Legio I Isaura Sagittaria Legio ...

                                               

Sanjan

Sanjan or Sangan or Zangan may refer to: Sangan, South Khorasan, a village in South Khorasan province, Iran Sangan-e Sofla, Qazvin, a village in Qazvin province, Iran Sangan, Razavi Khorasan, a city in Razavi Khorasan province, Iran Zangan, West ...

                                               

Rolle Bolle

Rolle Bolle also known as Belgian Bowling, or Krulbollen in Belgium, is a bowling sport related to boules, which originates from the Flanders region of Belgium. The sport was introduced to North America in the late 19th and early 20th centuries a ...

                                               

Harriet Sena Siaw-Boateng

Harriet Sena Siaw-Boateng is currently the Ambassador-designate to Belgium and Ghana’s Permanent Representative to The European Union. She was commissioned by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on the February 1 2019. Harriet Boateng is a Barr ...

                                               

SIV

Sydney Intervarsity Choral Festival Surinaamse Islamitische Vereniging Sheffield International Venues, a facilities management company in Sheffield, UK Federal Executive Council Yugoslavia or Savezno izvrsno vece SIV

                                               

Manong generation

The manong generation were the first generation of Filipino immigrants to arrive, en masse, to the United States. They formed some of the first Little Manila communities in the United States, and they played a pivotal role in the farmworker movem ...

                                               

Glow Up: Britains Next Make-Up Star

Glow Up: Britains Next Make-Up Star is a British reality television competition to find new makeup artists. Hosted by Stacey Dooley, the first episode premiered on BBC Three on 6 March 2019. The contestants take part in weekly challenges to proge ...

                                               

Phani Mukut Rai

According to Nag Vanshavali, Phani Mukut Rai was son of Pundrik Naga a Naga and Parvati, a Brahmin girl from Varanasi. Pundrika Naga turned into a cobra during pilgrimage to Puri and his wife Parvati committed Sati. A Brahmin name Janardan found ...

                                               

Nissei

Nissei may refer to: Nippon Life or Nissay, Japanese life insurance company Nisei, second-generation Japanese immigrants in the Americas Nissei-chuo Station, railway station in Inagawa, Hyōgo, Japan Nissei Line, route of Nose Electric Railway fro ...

                                               

E16

Aichi E16A, an Imperial Japanese Navy seaplane which saw service during World War II HMS E16, a United Kingdom Royal Navy submarine which saw service during World War I

                                               

IJS

IJS may refer to: Southeast Ijo language ISO 639 code Institute of Jazz Studies, library and archive in Newark, New Jersey ISU Judging System or International Judging System, scoring system for figure skating Islamabad Japanese School, internatio ...

                                               

Kipsigis Genealogical Organizations

The Kipsigis genealogical organizations colloqually and traditionally called Ortinwek are organizations which facets the Kipsigiis people, community and culture. These organization were kept in continuity from the Nandi people when once the Kipsi ...

                                               

Falafel Cart

Falafel Cart is a 2019 family drama animated short film produced by RoyalTales and directed by Abdullah Al-Wazzan with an original score by Dan Phillipson and sound design by Andrew Vernon. The short blends Stop motion Animation with traditional ...

                                               

Arab–Turkish relations

Turkish-Arab relations may refer to: Arab League-Turkey relations Libya-Turkey relations Turkey-United Arab Emirates relations Turkish-Lebanese relations Palestine-Turkey relations Turkey-Morocco relations Kuwait-Turkey relations Egypt-Turkey rel ...

                                               

St. Stanislaus Kostka Church

St. Stanislaus Kostka Church may refer to: Canada St. Stanislaus Kostka Church, Toronto Poland St. Stanislaus Kostka Church Warsaw, or the Sanctuary of Blessed Jerzy Popieluszko United States St. Stanislaus Kostka Parish, Waterbury, designated fo ...

                                               

Saint Stanislaus Kostka Church

Saint Stanislaus Kostka Church may refer to: Poland St. Stanislaus Kostka Church Warsaw, or the Sanctuary of Blessed Jerzy Popieluszko United States St. Stanislaus Kostka Parish, Woonsocket, designated for Polish immigrants in Woonsocket, Rhode I ...

                                               

Nicolae Oțeleanu

Nicolae Oțeleanu played football as a defender at Sparta București, Sportul Studențesc București and Sporting Chisinau. He fought for the Romanian Armed Forces in World War II as a lieutenant colonel having achievements for which he was decorated ...

                                               

Zlatari

Zlatari or Zlatari, from Slavic zlato meaning "gold", may refer to: Zlatari Resen Municipality, a village in Resen Municipality, Macedonia Zlatari, Bulgaria, a village in Tundzha municipality, Bulgaria Zlatari, Rudo, a village in Rudo municipalit ...

                                               

Alexey Mikhaylov (officer)

Alexey Iosifovich Mikhaylov was a Red Army colonel killed in World War II. Mikhaylov became a junior officer during World War I and was captured by Bulgarian troops in early 1917. Returning to Russia on the end of the war, he was drafted into the ...

                                               

Searching 4 Tabernero

Searching 4 Tabernero is a documentary film by Eduardo Montes-Bradley, produced by Heritage Film Project and Soy Cine with the support of the Instituto Nacional de Artes Audiovisuales, Deutsche Kinemathek and Filmoteca de Catalunya. The film docu ...

                                               

Obada Adnan

Obada Adnan is a Jordanian actor. All The Bright Places 2020 All the Bright Places film 8th Round Pick 2020 Come Away2020 Come Away The Assent 2019 Stay Out Stay Alive 2019 The Burnt Orange Heresy 2019 The Burnt Orange Heresy Arab Blues 2019 Arab ...

                                               

George Smith (Scottish footballer)

Having joined while still a schoolboy at Bathgate Academy, Smith was with Partick Thistle during a relatively successful era for the Jags across the 1950s and early 60s, and played in two of their Scottish League Cup final appearances in the era ...

                                               

Shevawn Lynam

Shevawn Lynam was an Irish novelist and journalist. She was the Spanish language specialist with the BBC and Ministry of Information during World War II.

                                               

Rubel Das

Rubel Das, also known as Surya Rubel Das, is an Indian actor who has appeared in Bengali films and television serials. He made his acting debut with the Bengali film Beparoyaa. The Calcutta Times voted him as one of the top 10 Most Desirable Men ...

                                               

Abhimanyu (disambiguation)

Abhimanyu Mithun born 1989, Indian international cricketer Abhimanyu Singh, Indian actor Abhimanyu Sindhu born 1967, Indian politician, belonging to the Bhartiya Janata Party BJP

                                               

Abul Kalam Azad (lawyer)

Abul Kalam Azad was a Bangladeshi lawyer and politician from Natore belonging to Bangladesh Nationalist Party. He was a member of the Jatiya Sangsad.

                                               

Noor Hussain

Noor Hussaim was a Bangladeshi lawyer and politician from Jessore belonging to Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami. He was a member of the Jatiya Sangsad.

                                               

Deshbandhu (disambiguation)

Deshbandhu means "friend of the nation" in Hindi and Bengali, and may refer to: Deshbandhu, popular name of Chittaranjan Das, lawyer noted for his role in the Indian independence movement Deshbandhu Mahavidyalaya, college in Chittaranjan, Burdwan ...

                                               

Raj Chakraborty Entertainment

Raj Chakraborty Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. is an Indian media and entertainment company based out of Kolkata, West Bengal. Started in 2010, Raj Chakraborty Entertainment is one of the prominent Bengali movie production houses in West Bengal. Raj Cha ...

                                               

Sariful Razz

Before making debut in Dhallywood Razz worked as a ramp model. Besides, he also worked in commercials. Raaz made his debut in Dhallywood in 2016. The name of his first film was Ice Cream where he acted opposite Nazifa Tushi. Minar Rahman made his ...

                                               

Rumana Ali

Rumana Ali is a Bangladeshi academic, writer and politician from Gazipur belonging to Bangladesh Awami League. She is the incumbent Jatiya Sangsad member for Reserved Womens Seat-14. She is Md. Rahmat Alis daughter.

                                               

J. G. Balthazar

Balthazar joined the newly formed Ceylon Army, received his basic officer training at Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst. He was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant and posted to the Ceylon Light Infantry. In 1961, Captain Balthazar lead the secon ...