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Andrey Chekharin

Andrey Yevseyevich Chekharin was a Red Army colonel killed in World War II. Chekharin ended World War I as a junior officer but did not see much action in the Russian Civil War. He served at military educational institutions and in territorial un ...

                                               

Ali ibn Umar al-Balawi

Ali ibn Umar al-Balawi was a short-lived Fatimid governor of Sicily in 912–913. The first Fatimid governor of the island, al-Hasan ibn Ahmad ibn Abi Khinzir, had made himself unpopular with the Sicilian jund, who overthrew him and requested the F ...

                                               

Al-Qaim

People with full name or honorific al-Qāʾim bi-amr Allāh "the one raised by Gods order" Abu Abdallah al-Qaim fl. 1509–1517, ruler of Sous in Morocco al-Qāʾim Āl Muhammad, a messiah-like figure in Shia Islam, similar to the Mahdi al-Qaim Fatimid c ...

                                               

Al-Mamuni

ʿAbū Tālib ʿAbd al-Salām ibn al-Hasan al-Maʾmūnī was an Arabic poet, noted for his epigrammatic writing.

                                               

Apelles (disambiguation)

Apelles may signify: Apelles, one of the guardians of Philip V of Macedon. After orchestrating a conspiracy, he was executed in 218 BC. The gossamer-winged butterfly genus Apelles is nowadays included in Glaucopsyche. Apelles of Heraklion, one of ...

                                               

Basileia

Basileia may refer to: The royal palace, or citadel, of Atlantis, as described by the Greek philosopher Plato in the Critias Basileia Theological Journal, a theological journal published biannually by Central India Theological Seminary. One of th ...

                                               

Peace (disambiguation)

Peace may refer to: Inner peace Peace: a generic term for a state of tranquility or harmony World peace Peace law, various legal protections offered to people in a specific area, by a court, head of state or legislature Peace may also refer to:

                                               

Hanus of Lipa

Hanus was the third son of Henry III of Lipa. He is first documented in 1397. Hanus, his father, and his brothers were placed in charge of Rataje nad Sazavou after the death of Jan Jesek Ptacek of Pirkstein. The heir of Rataje nad Sazavou, Jan Pt ...

                                               

Beezina

Michal Beezina born 1990, a Czech figure skater David Beezina footballer, Czech footballer Jan Beezina, Czech politician Eliska Beezinova, Czech ice dancer Otokar Beezina, Czech poet

                                               

Monomachos

Monomachos, or in Latin Monomachus, in Russian Monomakh, is a Greek epithet, meaning "he who fights alone" and "gladiator". It applies specifically to: Vladimir II Monomakh, Rus Grand Prince r. 1113–1125 Hannibal Monomachus, a friend and staff of ...

                                               

Siliwangi

Siliwangi refers to various people and institutions in the past and present of Indonesia - specifically, in West Java. Kesatuan Komando Tentara Territorium III/Siliwangi Kesko TT, early name of the Indonesian special forces unit Kopassus, with he ...

                                               

Ibn al-Tuwayr

Abū Muhammad ʿAbd al-Salām ibn al-Hasan ibn al-Tuwayr al-Qaysarānī al-Misrī was an Egyptian official and historian. Born in 1130, he occupied high office under the last Fatimid caliphs, and continued serving the Ayyubid regime after that. It was ...

                                               

Klaus Zoephel

Born in Plauen, ready at a young age, during the Second World War, Zoephel worked as an organist in various places in his native Vogtland. After the Abitur he studied conducting with Egon Bolsche, musical composition from 1948 to 1953 Johannes We ...

                                               

Teo KayKay

Teo KayKay is an artistic pseudonym used by a Milanese artist that has kept his personal identity a secret. He is known for producing custom street art for champagne bottle designs. His designs have taken inspiration from the street art of Americ ...

                                               

Spirit of 1917

The Spirit of 1917 was the alleged jubilation in the United States of America following their entry into World War I. It involved nostalgia for the feelings of the Spirit of 76. Monsignor Joseph Tonello, an Italian Roman Catholic priest and music ...

                                               

Type 98

Note: In Japanese military usage, a "Type" number denoted the year it was accepted into production, according to the Japanese calendar but using only the last two digits and a different calendar). Year 98 was 1938. Thus, any piece of equipment, f ...

                                               

Catholic Patriarch of Antioch

Catholic Patriarch or Patriarchate of Antioch may refer to: Maronite Catholic Patriarchate of Antioch For its Patriarchs, see List of Maronite Patriarchs of Antioch Latin Patriarchate of Antioch, a Roman Catholic titular see For its Patriarchs, s ...

                                               

Al-Mustansir

Al-Mustansir, more fully al-Mustansir billah, is a Muslim regnal surname and may refer to: Abu Faris Abd al-Aziz I of Morocco r. 1366–1372, Marinid sultan of Morocco Abul-Abbas Ahmad al-Mustansir r. 1374–1384, 1387–1393, Marinid sultan of Morocco ...

                                               

Gurkani

Gurkani or Gurkaniya may refer to: The Mughal Empire, the Indian successor state to the Timurid Empire, which also referred to itself as the Gurkaniya or Gurkani The Timurid dynasty or Timurids, the ruling family of the Timurid Empire and the Mug ...

                                               

Bargir Bakshi Balaji Rao

Bargir Bakshi Balaji Rao was the 2nd Diwan of Mysore. He governed from April 1811 - January 1812. Bargir Bakshi Balaji Rao was the immediate successor of Purnaiya. Balaji Rao was succeeded by Savar Bakshi Rama Rao in February 1812. Before being a ...

                                               

SMV

Samedan Airport Switzerland, IATA airport code SMV Santa Maria Valley, an American Viticultural Area in California TusPark Shanghai, or "Shanghai Multimedia Valley" SMV, or "Tsinghua University Science Park"

                                               

Gully (disambiguation)

A character in the Battle Chasers comic book series Agent Gully, a character in the British web series Corner Shop Show Gully film, an upcoming film Gully Foyle, protagonist of the novel The Stars My Destination by Alfred Bester Gully album, a 20 ...

                                               

Theodore I

Theodore I may refer to: Patriarch Theodore I of Constantinople ruled 677–679 Theodore I Laskaris, Emperor of Nicaea 1204–1221 or 1205–1222 Pope Theodore I died 649 Patriarch Theodore I of Alexandria, Greek Patriarch of Alexandria 607–609 Theodor ...

                                               

Andronikos Palaiologos

Andronikos Palaiologos or Andronicus Palaeologus may refer to: Andronikos V Palaiologos c. 1400–1407, son of John VII Palaiologos, co-emperor from c. 1403 to his death Andronikos Palaiologos Kantakouzenos died 1453, last Grand Domestic of the Byz ...

                                               

Salatut Tajbih

Salatul Tasbih is better known as Tasbihs Salat. Here, Tasbih means "Subhanallahi wal Hamdulillahi, wala Ilaha Illallahu, wallahu Akbar". In which salat those tasbihs are read, that kind of salat is known as Satatut Tasbih. It is not like the man ...

                                               

Darbankhi

Municipally, Darbankhi is incorporated as Darbankhinskoye rural settlement. It is the administrative center of the municipality and is the only settlement included in it.

                                               

Ahmad Mojtahedi Tehrani

Ahmad Mojtahedi Tehrani was an Iranian Twelver Shia ayatollah/scholar who was born in 1923 in Tehran in a religious family. His father was Mohammad-Baqer, and his grandfather was Mirza-Ahmad ; and his ancestors were among the Shia clerics and sch ...

                                               

Allies (disambiguation)

Allies is a term referring to individuals, groups or nations that have joined together in an association for mutual benefit or to achieve some common purpose. Allies may also refer to: "Allies" Stargate Atlantis, a Stargate Atlantis episode Allie ...

                                               

New Messiah

"The New Messiah", a song by Swedish band The Soundtrack of Our Lives from the album A Present from the Past "New Messiah", single by Strange Nature New Messiah Fear Factory song "A New Messiah", a song by Black Messiah from the album Oath of a W ...

                                               

Swetha Ashok

Swetha Ashok is an Indian Playback Singer, who is well known for her work in the Malayalam Film industry. She rose to fame as a child when she won the reality show Munch Star Singer in the year 2008. She is currently one of the finalists in the p ...

                                               

Tsarevich Ivan

Tsarevich Ivan may refer to: Ivan III of Russia, son of Vasily II of Moscow and Maria of Borovsk Ivan II of Moscow, son of Ivan I of Moscow and his wife Helena Tsarevich Ivan Mikhailovich, son of Michael of Russia and Eudoxia Streshneva Tsarevich ...

                                               

Tsarevich Alexei (film)

Tsarevich Alexei was one of the smartest people in the state. His father Peter hoped that he would take his place, but Alexei did not want to be king.

                                               

Landing Craft Gun

Landing Craft Gun was a landing craft used extensively in World War II, present for both the Normandy landings, on D Day and also the invasion of Allied invasion of Sicily-Salerno- Anzio. Its primary purpose was to provide direct fire against bea ...

                                               

Princess Maria Carolina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies

Princess Maria Carolina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies may refer to: Princess Maria Carolina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies 1856–1941, daughter of Prince Francis, Count of Trapani, wife of Count Andrzej Zamoyski Princess Maria Carolina of Bourbon born 2003, da ...

                                               

Duke of Castro

Duke of Castro or Duchess of Castro may refer to: Pier Luigi Farnese, 1 st Duke of Castro from 1537 to 1545 1503–1547 Ottavio Farnese, 4th Duke of Castro from 1553 to 1586 1524–1586 Orazio Farnese, 3 rd Duke of Castro from 1547 to 1553 1547–1553 ...

                                               

Immaculata (disambiguation)

Myrmeciza immaculata, a species of antbird in South and Central America Hyla immaculata, a species of frog endemic to China Deloneura immaculata, a species of butterfly endemic to South Africa Platythelphusa immaculata, a species of freshwater cr ...

                                               

Ubayd Allah ibn Marwan

Ubayd Allah ibn Marwan ibn al-Hakam was an Umayyad prince and commander. He was the son of the Umayyad caliph Marwan I and the latters wife Umm Aban, a daughter of Caliph Uthman. Ubayd Allahs half-brother Caliph Abd al-Malik appointed him as one ...

                                               

Red Front

Red Front may refer to: Red Front UK, a socialist electoral coalition which stood candidates in the 1987 UK general election Red Front of Tamil Eelamists, one of Sri Lankan Tamil militant groups Revolutionary Communist alliance - Red Front, a spl ...

                                               

Amy Nelson

Amy Nelson is a lawyer, political activist, and entrepreneur. She grew up in Ohio where she became interested in politics at an early age. She earned degrees in International Studies from Emory University and Law from New York University. Nelson ...

                                               

Platais Island

The Island of Platais, or Island of Medan, is an island of the River Seine in France 30 kilometers downstream from Paris. It is approximately 1.7 kilometers long and located in the Yvelines department between Villennes-sur-Seine and Medan on the ...

                                               

Chacao

Chacao may refer to the following articles: Chacao Channel bridge Cunco people of the Chiloe Archipeligo in southern Chile Teatro Municipal de Chacao, Caracas Venezuela Chacao Municipality - a municipality of Caracas, Venezuela Chacao cacique, a ...

                                               

Week 0

Week 0 refers to the opening weekend of college football games in NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision, in which a small number of games are played to begin the regular season, a week before the vast majority of teams begin their season in " ...

                                               

Hawkshaw

Kirsty Hawkshaw, a British dance/electronica/house artist and songwriter. Paul Hawkshaw, professor at the Yale School of Music - editor of Anton Bruckners works Hawkshaw the Detective, a comic strip character. Dean Hawkshaw, Scottish footballer A ...

                                               

Woodhill

Constance Caroline Woodhill Naden, an English poet and philosopher Herbert Woodhill, Australian rugby league footballer who played in the 1890s and 1900s

                                               

Aldan

Aldan may refer to: People Duke Aldan, a fictional character in Langrisser IV video game Gille Aldan, the first bishop of Galloway, Scotland Andrey Aldan-Semenov 1908–1985, Russian writer Places Aldan Highlands in the Sakha Republic, Russia Aldan ...

                                               

Krajisnici

Krajisnici is a Serbo-Croatian word meaning "frontiersmen". It may refer to: Name for the people that used to live in the Military Frontier "people of Krajina" which was previously a part of the Habsburg Monarchy, and now is mainly a part of Croa ...

                                               

Romanow

Roy Romanow, Canadian politician and former premier of Saskatchewan Royal Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada, chaired by Roy Romanow and commonly known as the Romanow Report Michele Romanow, Canadian businessperson

                                               

Alfredo Careaga

Alfredo Alejandro Careaga Viliesid is a mexican engineer, physicist, mathematician, and ecologist. Careaga is the founder and general director of the Quintana Roo Research Center, AC. He coordinated the work that culminated in the establishment o ...

                                               

Kennedy Okonkwo

Kennedy Okonkwo is a Nigerian businessman, philanthropist, and real-estate entrepreneur. He is the founder and CEO of Nedcomoaks Limited.

                                               

Little Karim

He was born in Hushe valley of District Ghanche, Gilgit-Baltistan. He reached Skardu city in 1976 from his home town, Hushey Valley, to try his luck for becoming a high-altitude porter. He was rejected by a team by looking at his stature that he ...