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David Eadie

David John Eadie was a South African first-class cricketer. Eadie was born at Cape Town in January 1975. He was educated at the Diocesan College, before going up to St Edmund Hall, Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar in 1996. While studying at Oxford, Ead ...

                                               

The History of Ukraine-Rus

History of Ukraine-Rus is a monumental 10-volume monographic series by Mykhailo Hrushevsky. The work is generally considered a magnum opus and a foundation of the contemporary history of Ukraine. It covers the period from ancient times to the sec ...

                                               

Sevens

Sevens can refer to: The Se7ens, a series of bus routes in Derbyshire, United Kingdom Sevens group Rugby sevens, a variant of rugby union football Sevens album, a 1997 album by Garth Brooks The Sevens Stadium, a rugby stadium in Dubai, United Ara ...

                                               

Entrance

Entrance generally refers to the place of entering like a gate or door, or the permission to do so. Entrance may also refer to: "Entrance" Dimmu Borgir song, from the 1997 album Enthrone Darkness Triumphant Entrance album, a 1970 album by Edgar W ...

                                               

Premiership

Premiership may refer to: The Premiership, ITVs flagship football programme from 2001-2004 Scottish Premiership, Scotlands highest level football league competition Premier Soccer Saturday, RTE The Principality Premiership, Wales highest-level do ...

                                               

Banu Ashar

Banu al-Ashar is a Qahtanite tribe that inhabited Yemen in the Arabian Peninsula. The companion of the prophet, Abu Musa al-Ashari is a member of this tribe.

                                               

Fifth Ward

Fifth Ward or Ward 5 may refer to one of the following places: Ward 5 Mississauga, a municipal ward in Mississauga, Ontario Ward 5, the name of several wards of Zimbabwe Fifth Ward, Philadelphia, a ward of Philadelphia Ward 5, St. Louis City, an ...

                                               

Road Rage

"Road Rage" song, a single released by the Welsh band Catatonia in 1998 Road Rage EP, a 1997 EP by Area-7 Road Rage Great Big Sea album, 2000 Roadrage 2003, a video compilation from Roadrunner Records "Road Rage", a song by Dizzee Rascal from Ton ...

                                               

Lifted

Lifted may refer to: "Lifted", a song by Suicide Silence that appears on their 2009 album No Time to Bleed Lifted 2011 film, a film directed by Lexi Alexander "Lifted" Naughty Boy song, featuring Emeli Sande "Lifted" Lighthouse Family song, a 199 ...

                                               

We All Fall Down

We Fall Down Eric Walters novel We Fall Down Brian Caldwell novel We Fall Down Robert Cormier novel "We fall down", a line from the nursery rhyme "Ring a Ring o Roses"

                                               

What You Want

"What You Want", by Mandy Moore from her 1999 album So Real "What You Want" Evanescence song, a 2011 Evanescence song "What You Want", by My Bloody Valentine from their 1991 album Loveless "What You Want", by The Roots from their 1999 live album ...

                                               

Riverdale

Riverdale Centre, former name for Lewisham Shopping Centre, London, England Riverdale Selma, Alabama, a historic plantation house in Dallas County, Alabama Riverdale House, a Victorian mansion in Sheffield, England Riverdale, the estate of John L ...

                                               

Cara H. Drinan

Drinan received a bachelors degree from Bowdoin College, a masters degree from Oxford University, and a law degree from Stanford Law School. In 1995, she received a Truman Scholarship and in 1997 she received a Marshall Scholarship.

                                               

C16

C16 may refer to: IEC 60320 C16, an electrical connector used for electric kettles and other small appliances The 16th century A.D. Commodore 16, a home computer Sauber C16, a 1997 racing car Palmitic acid, a common saturated fatty acid C16, the ...

                                               

DB v The Minister for Health

DB v The Minister for Health 3 IR 12, is an Irish Supreme Court case in which the Supreme Court highlighted that the literal approach should always be used first when it comes to interpreting statutes. The Court also highlighted in this case that ...

                                               

Fourth Deputy Prime Minister of Spain

The Fourth Deputy Prime Minister of Spain, officially Fourth Vice President of the Government of Spain, is a senior member of the Government of Spain. The office of the Fourth Deputy Prime Minister is not a permanent position, existing only at th ...

                                               

Chelladurai

Chelladurai made his film debut with Thooral Ninnu Pochchu 1982. He is known for his comic sequences with actor Vadivelu. He became famous for his role in Shree 2002 as the owner of a wine shop named Prabha. In the scene, Marimuthu Vadivelu calls ...

                                               

Palak Lalwani

She made her debut with the Telugu film Abbayitho Ammayi with Naga Shourya. In 2018, Palak Lalwani featured in a music video Dil Zaffran along with Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, composed by Ravi Shankar and directed by Kamal Chandra. In 2018, she starred ...

                                               

Brick House

by state Brick House Clifford, Virginia, NRHP-listed The Brick House, Louisville, Kentucky Brick House Cazenovia, New York, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP, in Oneida County Old Brick House, listed on the NRHP in Pasquotan ...

                                               

Irini Sereti

Irini Sereti is a Greek scientist and physician. She is chief of the HIV pathogensis section at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Sereti researches immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome, idiopathic CD4 lymphocytopen ...

                                               

Earthdawn Survival Guide

Earthdawn Survival Guide is a 184-page softcover book designed by Robin D. Laws, with illustrations by Janet Aulisio, Tom Baxa, Joel Biske, Kent Burles, Liz Danforth, Jeff Laubenstein, and Larry MacDougal, with cover art by John Howe. Through a s ...

                                               

Berserk

Berserk manga, a Japanese manga Berserk 2016 TV series, a second adaptation Berserk and the Band of the Hawk, a Berserk -themed spinoff of the Dynasty Warriors video game series Berserk 1997 TV series, the first anime adaption of the manga Berser ...

                                               

Toru Oshikiri

Toru Oshikiri, better known mononymously as Oshikiri, is a character from the Japanese horror manga and film of the same name created by Junji Ito. Oshikiri was introduced in Itos 1997 manga Hallucinations, all subsequent manga about versions of ...

                                               

Ragamala

Ragamala or Raga mala can refer to: Ragamala Dance Company, Minneapolis-based dance company that showcases the ancient Bharatanatyam dance form Raga Mala book, autobiography by Ravi Shankar, published in 1997 Ragamalika, a Carnatic music form wit ...

                                               

Paradigm Shift (disambiguation)

Paradigm shift is a term to describe a change in basic assumptions within the ruling theory of science. Paradigm Shift may also refer to: Paradigm Shift, the book by Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, and his theology The Paradigm Shift, the 11th studio a ...

                                               

Hanuman (disambiguation)

Hanuman, also known as Anjaneya, is one of the most important personalities in the Ramayana, the Indian epic. Hanuman may also refer to: Sankatmochan Mahabali Hanuman, an Indian TV serial Return of Hanuman, a 2007 sequel to the 2005 animated movi ...

                                               

Shihab al-Din al-Khafaji

Shihab al-Din al-Khafaji an Egyptian Hanafi-Maturidi scholar and poet who spent some time in Istanbul and while there was appointed Qadi al-Qudah of Egypt.

                                               

Sam Tutty

Sam Tutty was born on 9 April 1998 in Crawley, West Sussex. His father left when he was ten years old and he, his mother, and younger brother soon moved to Hull. Tutty attended the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts, where he learned to dance, ...

                                               

OAE

OAE could refer to: Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, a British period instrument orchestra. Otoacoustic emissions, involved in testing hearing. Oddworld: Abes Exoddus a platform game made by Oddworld Inhabitants released in 1998 Omni Air Ex ...

                                               

The Breath of Scandal

The Breath of Scandal is a 1924 American silent drama film directed by Louis J. Gasnier and starring Betty Blythe, Patsy Ruth Miller and Jack Mulhall. It is based on the 1922 novel of the same title by Edwin Balmer.

                                               

Fennec

Fennec or Fennek may refer to: Fennec, codename of the free software fork of the Mozilla Firefox for Android web browser Fennec climate program, a climate program in the central Sahara Maryann Fox, or Fennek Suicide, one of the SuicideGirls Fenne ...

                                               

1998 Davis Cup Americas Zone Group I

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

                                               

1998 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I

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. Wi ...

                                               

Zindabad

Zindabad is a suffix in Odia, Punjabi, Urdu, Hindi and Bengali of Persian origin which is used as a shout of encouragement or as a cheer, and literally means "Long live ". It is often used as a political slogan, to praise a country, movement or l ...

                                               

Perikles Fotakopoulos

Perikles Fotakopoulos, commonly known as Perry, is a Model and Australian footballer who plays as a midfielder for Western Sydney Wanderers in the National Premier Leagues NSW and is an Australian youth national for Australia u17s and u20s. Perik ...

                                               

Valter Zupan

Bishop Valter Zupan is a Croatian Roman Catholic prelate who served as the Diocesan Bishop of Krk since 31 January 1998 until his retirement on 24 January 2015.

                                               

Gereb Shegal

Gereb Shegal is a reservoir located in the Inderta woreda of the Tigray Region in Ethiopia. The earthen dam that holds the reservoir was built in 1998 by SAERT.

                                               

List of members of the 14th Bundestag

This is a list of members of the 14th Bundestag – the lower house of parliament of the Federal Republic of Germany, whose members were in office from 1998 until 2002.

                                               

List of members of the 13th Bundestag

This is a list of members of the 13th Bundestag – the lower house of parliament of the Federal Republic of Germany, whose members were in office from 1994 until 1998.

                                               

Magnus Þorhallsson

Magnus Þorhallsson was an Icelandic priest who was one of two scribes who wrote the manuscript Flateyjarbok for Jon Hakonarson. Magnus was responsible for the second part of the manuscript after Jon Þordarson left Iceland for Norway in the spring ...

                                               

1998 Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group I

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

                                               

Naser

Naser, South Khorasan, a village in South Khorasan Province, Iran Naser river, better known as Nezarka, a river in South Bohemia, Czech Republic Naser, Khuzestan, a village in Khuzestan Province, Iran

                                               

OIF

OIF may refer to: Organisation internationale de la Francophonie, an international organization representing Francophonic and Francophilic countries and regions Office for Intellectual Freedom, a department of the American Library Association Ope ...

                                               

Hazor

Nahal Hazor, a tributary to the Jordan River in the Dead Sea watershed Hazor HaGelilit, a town in northern Israel near Rosh Pinna and Safed Baal-hazor, the highest point on Mount Hazor, named in the Second Book of Samuel En-hazor, a fortified set ...

                                               

1st Congress of the Otan

The 1st Congress of the Otan party in Kazakhstan was held on 1 March 1999. President Nursultan Nazarbayev was unanimously chosen to be the chairman by the 385 delegates.

                                               

Blue Angels (disambiguation)

The Blue Angels is the U.S. Navy flight demonstration team. Blue Angels may also refer to: Blue Angels Peak, a peak located in the Sierra Juarez mountains "Blue Angels" song, a 1998 song by Pras Michel Blue Angels: Formation Flight Simulation, a ...

                                               

Al Libi

Abdullah Said al Libi, al Qaedas operations planner for Pakistan, killed by a Predator drone in December 2009 Atiyah al-Libi Abu Yahya al-Libi, escaped from the Bagram Theater Internment Facility in 2005; alleged to have produced jihadist videos ...

                                               

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

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 ...

                                               

Erg Amatlich

Located south-west of the city of Atar in Mauritania, erg Amatlich is a vast dune barrier of small dimensions trapped between the mountains of the Adrar plateau. The erg, stretching from NW to SE, originates at the cliffs of the Tifoujar Pass and ...

                                               

1998 Pacific Curling Championships

The 1998 Pacific Curling Championships were held from December 13 to 18 in Qualicum Beach, British Columbia, Canada. New Zealand won the mens event over Japan it was the first Pacific title for the New Zealand men. On the womens side, Japan defea ...