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Izabela Matusz

Matusz graduated from international economic relations at the SGH Warsaw School of Economics. She has been studying also at the University of Warsaw Center of Latin American Studies. In 2002, she joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland, ...

                                               

Old school

Old Skool, album by Coventry band Crokodile Tears September 2018 Old school hip hop, also known as Old Skool Old School quartet, the 2011 international gold medalist "Old School" Hedley song, a 2008 single by Hedley Old School Helix album, the 20 ...

                                               

Stamford

Stamford Township, Ontario, a former township first in Upper Canada, then in Canada Stamford, Queensland, Australia, a locality

                                               

American International School

American International School may refer to: American International School of Zagreb, Croatia American International School of Guangzhou, China American International School of Kosovo American International School – Riyadh, Saudi Arabia American I ...

                                               

Kim Lewis (academic)

Kim Lewis is an American researcher, author and academic. He is a University Distinguished Professor and the director of Antimicrobial Discovery Center at Northeastern University. Lewis research is focused on antimicrobial tolerance which limits ...

                                               

Ryann Richardson

Ryann Richardson is an American political activist, tech entrepreneur, and the 50th Anniversary Miss Black America. She spent 10 years in the tech industry, and held leadership roles at Uber and Victor. She co-founded ExecThread, a networking pla ...

                                               

Heroine (disambiguation)

Heroine, a 1995 album by the Wild Strawberries Heroine From First to Last album, 2006 "Heroine", a 2015 song by Sleeping with Sirens from the album Madness Heroine Minori Chihara album, 2004 "Heroine", a 2005 song by Nami Tamaki from the album Ma ...

                                               

Such Is Life

Such Is Life 1939 film, an Argentine romantic drama Such Is Life 1929 film Takovy je zivot, a Czech film by Carl Junghans Such Is Life 2000 film, a Mexican drama Such Is Life 1996 film Sånt ar livet, a film by Colin Nutley Such Is Life 1936 film, ...

                                               

Crazy Love

Crazy Love, a 2004 short film directed by John Cabrera Crazy Love, a 2003 made-for-television film directed by Andrew D. Weyman Crazy Love 1987 film, a 1987 film directed by Dominique Deruddere Crazy Love 2007 film, a 2007 documentary about Burt ...

                                               

Only Human

Only Human, a novel by Tom Holt Only Human, a novel by Jenny Diski Only Human, a novel in the Fourth World trilogy by Kate Thompson "Only Human", a short story by Cormac Cullinan Only Human Doctor Who, a 2005 novel by Gareth Roberts "Only Human" ...

                                               

Hole in the wall

The Hole In The Wall, a popular name for a public house. In American English, an inconspicuous or unpretentious restaurant or retailer. In British English, an automated teller machine.

                                               

Nora Fingscheidt

Nora Fingscheidt is a German director and screenwriter. She has been a participant of the Max Ophuls prize film festival since 2011 for her short films, winning the prize in 2017 for Without This World. She gained notoriety for her critically-acc ...

                                               

Dugan (disambiguation)

Pat Dugan, fictional superhero in DC comics Dum Dugan, fictional character in Marvel Comics Mickey Dugan, "The Yellow Kid", lead character in Hogans Alley comic strip Dixie Dugan, syndicated newspaper comic strip President Dugan, the supreme lead ...

                                               

Lucrezia Borgia (disambiguation)

Lucrezia Borgia was an Italian aristocrat. Lucrezia Borgia may also refer to: Lucrezia Borgia 1940 film, an Italian film directed by Hans Hinrich Lucrece Borgia, a 1953 French-Italian film directed by Christian-Jaque Lucrezia Borgia 1922 film, a ...

                                               

William Hardy

William Hardy may refer to: William H. Hardy 1837–1917, American founder of Hattiesburg W. G. Hardy 1895–1979, Canadian professor, writer, ice hockey administrator William Henry Hardy 1831–?, Democratic politician William Hardy archivist 1807–188 ...

                                               

Hugh Taylor

Hugh Taylor may refer to: Hugh Taylor rugby union 1894–1956, Australian rugby union player Hugh Taylor MP 1817–1900, British Member of Parliament for Tynemouth and North Shields Hugh Taylor American football 1923–1992, American NFL football playe ...

                                               

Mark Green

Mark Greene footballer born 1959, Australian rules footballer Mark Green racing driver born 1959, veteran driver in the NASCAR Busch Series Mark Green ice hockey 1967–2004, retired American professional ice hockey player Mark Green American footb ...

                                               

Fred Turner

Fred Turner footballer 1930–1955, English footballer Frederick Harding Turner 1888–1915, Scottish rugby player Freddy Turner 1914–2003, South African rugby player

                                               

George Fowler

George Fowler may refer to: George Fowler footballer born 1998, English footballer George Fowler magistrate 1858–1937, English solicitor and magistrate George D. Fowler 1860–1909, Pennsylvania Railroad official George Ryerson Fowler, surgeon from ...

                                               

Jason Scott (disambiguation)

Jason Scott is an American archivist and historian of technology. Jason Scott may also refer to: Jason Scott, plot-writer for computer games whose credits include the 1999 FreeSpace 2 Jason Scott, musician for the Australian band Coloured Stone J ...

                                               

Angas

River Angas, in Australia Division of Angas 1903–1934, in Australia Electoral district of Angas, in Australia Angas, Iran, a village in Mazandaran Province, Iran Division of Angas 1949–1977, in Australia Angas Downs Indigenous Protected Area, in ...

                                               

Dino Dana

Dino Dana is a Canadian television series that was created and is directed by J. J. Johnson. The series was developed as a followup to Dino Dan: Treks Adventures and premiered on Amazon Prime on May 27, 2017. In 2018, it was announced that Dino D ...

                                               

Australian Sikh Heritage Trail

The Australian Sikh Heritage Trail, a group of interconnected pathways in Adenia Park, Riverton, Western Australia, is a monument commemorating the history of Sikhs in Australia. The location, adjacent to the Canning River, is significant as the ...

                                               

Govinda (disambiguation)

Anagarika Govinda, expositor of Tibetan Buddhism Govinda Bhagavatpada, the Guru of the Advaita philosopher, Adi Shankara Gour Govinda, the last King of Gour Govinda, a character in Hermann Hesses Siddhartha Govinda III 793–814 CE, an Indian ruler ...

                                               

Sri Dasmesh Pipe Band

They have played in various countries including in Australia to mark the centenary celebrations of world war 1 in 2009 and 2015 and also in Scotland in 2015 to pay tribute to Maharaja Duleep Singh - the last Maharaja of the Sikhs. In 2015 the ban ...

                                               

ANG

Animated Network Graphics, properly APNG, a variant of PNG Air National Guard, part of the United States National Guard Australian National Gallery, now the National Gallery of Australia Angmering railway station, National Rail code for a station ...

                                               

Buta

Buta Territory, Democratic Republic of the Congo Buta Mica, a tributary of the river Buta in Hunedoara County, Romania Buta Jiu, a tributary of the Jiul de Vest in Hunedoara County, Romania Boota, a village in Punjab, Pakistan Buta, a village in ...

                                               

Nala (disambiguation)

Nala, Nepal, a region Nala, Pakistan, a village NALA, North America and Latin America Nala River, Vanua Levu, Fiji Nala Vidhan Sabha constituency, an assembly constituency in the Indian state of Jharkhand Nala Local Municipality, an administrativ ...

                                               

Special OPS

Special Ops is an Indian espionage thriller series created by Neeraj Pandey for Disney+Hotstars label Hotstar Specials with Kay Menon leading the cast. Neeraj Pandey along with Shivam Nair directed the series with Pandeys Friday Storytellers atta ...

                                               

Shahla (given name)

Shahla Khatun, Bangladeshi physician and professor Shahla Zia 1947–2005, Pakistani lawyer and activist Shahla Lahiji born 1942, Iranian writer, publisher, translator, and publishing house director Shahla Safi Zamir born 1948, singer Shahla Aghapo ...

                                               

1998 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group IV – Zone A

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1998. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were four different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. Th ...

                                               

Christ the Redeemer

Christ of Vũng Tàu, in Vũng Tàu, Vietnam Christ the Redeemer statue, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Christ the Redeemer of the Andes, on the Argentine-Chilean border Cristo della Minerva by Michelangelo, in Rome

                                               

1996 Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group II

The Asia/Oceania Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1996. In the Asia/Oceania Zone there were three different tiers, called groups, in which teams compete against each other to advance to the upper tier. Winn ...

                                               

Khoai Mela

Khoai Mela or Shonibarer haat is a weekly Saturday afternoon bazaar set up by local artisans in Santiniketan, Birbhum district, West Bengal. The Khoai Mela is now become a part of cultural of Bengali peoples.It takes place on Saturdays in the ban ...

                                               

Samia Said

Samia Said Chowdhory is a Bangladeshi model and actress. She was the winner of Lux Channel I Superstar, the most prestigious beauty pageant in Bangladesh, was held in 2012. She started her acting career with the television drama Increment in 2012 ...

                                               

A. K. M. Jahangir Khan

A. K. M. Jahangir Khan was a Bangladeshi film producer who produced 43 films. He was known by the name of "Movie Mughal".

                                               

Shooter (2016 film)

Shooter is a 2016 Bangladeshi action-drama film. The film directed by Raju Chowdhury and produced by Mohammad Iqbal under the banner of Sunan Movies. The film story written by Delwar Hossain Dil and screenplay and dialogue by Abdullah Zahir Babu. ...

                                               

Maya: The Lost Mother

Maya: The Lost Mother is a 2019 Bangladeshi war drama film. The film written and directed by Masud Pathik and produced by Information Ministry of Bangladesh Government. It feature Mumtaz Sorcar, Pran Roy, Jyotika Jyoti and Debashish Kaiser in lea ...

                                               

Shoshurbari Zindabad 2

Shoshurbari Zindabad 2 is an upcoming Bangladeshi romantic-drama film. The film screenplay, dialogue and directed by Debasish Biswas and produced by Bengal Multimedia Limite. It feature Bappy Chowdhury and Apu Biswas in the lead roles and Sadek B ...

                                               

Beauty Circus

Beauty Circus is an upcoming Bangladeshi drama film. It will remark director Mahmud Didars first full-length feature film. The film stars Jaya Ahsan, ABM Sumon, Tauquir Ahmed, Ferdous Ahmed, Shatabdi Wadud. It was scheduled to release in the begi ...

                                               

Sadar

Sadar, Uttar Pradesh, A tehsil in Pratapgarh district, India Sadar, Iran, a village in Hormozgan Province, Iran Sadar of Bangladesh, usually refers to an urban core upazila of a district. Sadar or saddar of Pakistan, usually refers to a tehsil/ta ...

                                               

Azizul Haque

Azizul Haque, meaning "strong in the truth", is a male Muslim given name. Notable bearers of the name include: Hasan Azizul Huq born 1939, Bangladeshi short-story writer and novelist Azizul Haque scholar 1919–2012, widely known as Shaykh ul-Hadit ...

                                               

Jaya

Jaya may refer to: Jaya-Kumari, the door-keepers of Vaikuntha, the realm of the god Vishnu in Hindu mythology Sanskrit masculine word meaning victorious. The feminine version is Jayi. Jaya, the core portion of the Mahabharata

                                               

Shams ul Haq

Shams ul Haq, an Arabic phrase meaning "Sun of the Truth", is a male Muslim given name. Notable bearers of the name include; Shamsul Haque Talukder, Bangladesh Member of Parliament Syed Shamsul Haque 1935–2016, Bangladeshi poet, lyricist and writ ...

                                               

Corozal

Corozal may mean: Corozal, Puerto Rico Corozal American Cemetery and Memorial, Panama City, Panama Corozal Town, Belize, capital of the district Corozal District, Belize Plataneros de Corozal, a volleyball club based in Corozal, Puerto Rico Front ...

                                               

Forest Home

Forest Home may refer to: Forest Home, Belize, a village in Toledo District, Belize Forest Home Trinity, Alabama, listed on the NRHP in Alabama Forest Home, Amador County, California, former community in Amador County Forest Home, San Bernardino ...

                                               

The Legend of Inikpi

The Legend of Inikpi is a 2020 Nigerian epic drama film directed by Frank Rajah Arase. The film stars Nancy Ameh in the titular role. The film marks debut as a film producer for veteran actress Mercy Johnson. Set in ancient kingdoms of Igala and ...

                                               

P.C. Mittal Memorial Bus Terminus

The P.C. Mittal Memorial Bus Terminus is a bus terminal located on Sevoke Road, Siliguri, District Darjeeling. It is from 5.4 km from Siliguri Junction railway station and about 8.2 km from New Jalpaiguri Railway Station. Both State owned North B ...

                                               

1998 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group III – Zone A

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1998. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were four different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. Th ...

                                               

1997 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group III – Zone A

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1997. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were four different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. Th ...