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Apostolic Delegation to Comoros

The Apostolic Delegation to Comoros is an ecclesiastical office of the Catholic Church in Comoros. It is headed by the Apostolic Delegate, a member of the diplomatic service of the Holy See, who represents the interests of the Holy See to Church ...

                                               

Dweep (disambiguation)

Chera Dweep, an extension of St. Martins Island in the Bay of Bengal, Bangladesh Mahal Dweep, an obsolete name for the Maldives

                                               

Sakura (disambiguation)

Sakura, 櫻, さくら, サクラ) is the Japanese term for ornamental cherry blossom trees and their blossoms. Sakura 桜 is special in Japan and there are even" Sakura forecasts". Sakura may also refer to: Sakura, raw horse meat, usually prepared as sa ...

                                               

Office of the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for Yemen

The Office of the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for Yemen is a United Nations office created in 2012 to assist the Secretary-General for Yemen.

                                               

Workers Revolutionary Party

There are several groups named the Workers Revolutionary Party: Workers Revolutionary Party India Workers Revolutionary Party Argentina Workers Revolutionary Party Peru Workers Revolutionary Party Portugal Workers Revolutionary Party Greece Worke ...

                                               

Silver Memorial Cross, 1813-1815 (Netherlands)

The Silver Memorial Cross 1813-1815, was a campaign medal instituted by King William III of the Netherlands on 10 May 1865. It was awarded to surviving veterans of the Dutch armed forces who, between 1813 and 1815, helped to restore Dutch indepen ...

                                               

Clan (disambiguation)

A clan is a group of people united by kinship and descent, and it may refer to: Chinese clan association, formed by Overseas Chinese based on dialect groups or family names Irish clan, an Irish family group with a common surname Japanese clans. a ...

                                               

Gurjinder Singh Suri

Captain Gurjinder Singh Suri, MVC was an officer in the Indian Army who was killed in action in the Kargil War of 1999. He was awarded the Maha Vir Chakra, Indias second highest military decoration, posthumously for his leadership and bravery in ...

                                               

Jose Inga

Jose Maria Alberto Inga Guerrero is a Peruvian footballer who plays as a midfielder for Peruvian Primera Division side Sporting Cristal.

                                               

Flag of the Lesser Poland Voivodeship

The flag of the Lesser Poland Voivodeship is an official symbol of the Malopolska Region. The flag represents a 5:8 field with three horizontal stripes: white, gold and red, with the upper and lower stripes 2/5 each and the middle strip 1/5th of ...

                                               

1999 Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group II

The Asia/Oceania Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1999. In the Asia/Oceania Zone there were four different tiers, called groups, in which teams compete against each other to advance to the upper tier. Winne ...

                                               

Pavan Ravishankar

Ravishankar started his British F3 career started in 2017 where he raced for Double R Racing at the final round at Donington Park where he finished 10th twice. In 2018 Ravishankar stayed with Double R Racing and raced the whole season alongside K ...

                                               

Results of the 2004 European Parliament election in Sweden

Sweden held its European Parliament election to nominate Swedens 18 members of the European Parliament on 13 June 2004. The election was held in the same week as 24 other member states.

                                               

Omar Marmoush

Marmoush made his professional debut for Wadi Degla in the Egyptian Premier League on 8 July 2016, coming on as a substitute in the match against Al-Ittihad, which finished as a 3–2 win. In total, he made sixteen league appearances for Wadi Degla ...

                                               

Movement for Democratic Change

Movement for Democratic Change or MDC may refer to: Movement for Democratic Change – Tsvangirai MDC–T, the former main opposition party in Zimbabwe Movement for Democratic Change – Tsvangirai Congress 2006, the second MDC–T congress held in Harar ...

                                               

In Too Deep

Degrassi: In Too Deep, promotional title for Degrassi season 10 In Too Deep 1999 film, a 1999 crime thriller film In Too Deep 1989 film, a 1989 erotic thriller film

                                               

Vijay Kashyap

Tan-Badan Dillagi 1999 film Party 1984 film Diksha Swami Milenge Nayee Padosan Little Buddha Hum To Mohabbat Karega Nocturne indien Gandhi film Aghaat Ardh Satya English Babu Desi Mem Drishti F.A.L.T.U Bhagwaan Dada Tarpan The Absolution Nasoor A ...

                                               

Analytical ultracentrifugation

Analytical ultracentrifugation is an analytical technique which combines an ultracentrifuge with optical monitoring systems. In an analytical ultracentrifuge commonly abbreviated as AUC, a sample’s sedimentation profile is monitored in real time ...

                                               

Adelaide River War Cemetery

Adelaide River War Cemetery is a heritage-listed cemetery at 105 Memorial Terrace, Adelaide River, Northern Territory, Australia. It was added to the Australian Commonwealth Heritage List on 22 June 2004.

                                               

Family Tree (1999 film)

Family Tree is a 1999 American family drama film directed by Duane Clark and starring Robert Forster, Naomi Judd, Andrew Lawrence, Matthew Lawrence and Cliff Robertson.

                                               

A Day in Black and White (film)

A young black writer Harold Perrineau, asked to write and present a speech on race relations, reaches out to a white friend Anthony DeSando for his input. As the two discuss the speech and the racial issues being addressed within it, their differ ...

                                               

Roberts Date

"Roberts Date" is one of Everybody Loves Raymond s most well-know episodes with viewers, ranking number five in a March 2005 online poll ran by CBS of top Raymond episodes; and is considered by some critics one of the best episodes of the entire ...

                                               

National Federation of Mines and Energy

The National Federation of Mines and Energy is a trade union representing workers in the energy and mining industries, in France. The union was founded in 1999, when the National Federation of Miners merged with the National Federation of Energy. ...

                                               

CC v Minister for Justice

CC v Minister for Justice IESC 48 is a Irish Supreme Court case in which the Court dismissed an appeal by the State to issue a deportation order against a Malawian family who were seeking asylum in Ireland. In this case, the Court had to reexamin ...

                                               

Shawcross principle

The Shawcross principle is an idea in the Westminster system of government whereby the Attorney-General is to be left to his own devices and judgments in regards of whether or not to establish criminal proceedings. It relates to political pressur ...

                                               

Inherit the Wind

Inherit the Wind may refer to: Inherit the Wind 1960 film, directed by Stanley Kramer; starring Spencer Tracy, Fredric March, and Gene Kelly Inherit the Wind 1999 film, a television film starring Jack Lemmon, George C. Scott, and Beau Bridges Inh ...

                                               

Hayabusa (disambiguation)

Hayabusa is a Japanese robot asteroid mission from 2003 to 2010, a.k.a. MUSES-C. Hayabusa 隼 or ハヤブサ is the Japanese word for a falcon, especially a Peregrine falcon. Hayabusa also may refer to:

                                               

Sikkim Nationalised Transport Bus Terminus (Siliguri)

The Sikkim Nationalised Transport Bus Terminus is one of the most important bus terminal in North Bengal. It is located on Hill Cart Road, Siliguri, District Darjeeling, adjacent to the Siliguri Junction railway station, about 6 kilometers from N ...

                                               

George F. Hellmuth

George Francis Hellmuth was an American architect based in St. Louis, Missouri. Hellmuth was a native of St. Louis and son of architect George W. Hellmuth. He graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a bachelors degree in architectu ...

                                               

Monkey Magic

Monkey Magic may refer to: Monkey Magic TV series 1998–1999, an animated Japanese television series Monkey Magic PlayStation game, a 1999 PlayStation game based on the animated series Monkey Magic: The Movie, a film version of the 2006 Saiyūki TV ...

                                               

Beastmaster

Beastmaster may refer to: Beastmaster III: The Eye of Braxus Beastmaster 2: Through the Portal of Time The Beast Master, a 1959 novel by Andre Norton The Beastmaster film, a 1982 film loosely based on the novel BeastMaster TV series, a 1999 telev ...

                                               

Slam dunk (disambiguation)

Sisters Slam Dunk, a South Korean variety show Slamdunk Film Festival, a "counter-festival" in Park City, Utah, held during the Sundance Film Festival 1998-2003 Slam Dunk manga, a Japanese manga series by Takehiko Inoue Slam Dunk film or Kung Fu ...

                                               

Valerie Miles (artist)

Miles was born at Aberkenfig in south Wales and studied at the Cardiff School of Art between 1932 and 1938. Miles obtained several commissions to illustrate childrens books and also painted portraits of children and adults plus animal paintings, ...

                                               

Powfu

Isaiah Faber, known professionally as Powfu, is a Canadian singer, songwriter and rapper. He is best known for his 2019 song "Death Bed".

                                               

Death row (disambiguation)

Death row most commonly refers to the section of a prison where inmates await execution, or the state of awaiting execution. Death row may also refer to:

                                               

Low Self-Esteem Girl

Low Self-Esteem Girl is a Canadian comedy-drama film, directed by Blaine Thurier and released in 2000. Shot on digital video for a budget of less than.000, the film stars Corrina Hammond as Lois, a naive woman with low self-esteem who gets drawn ...

                                               

Marie Byrd Land Volcanic Province

The Marie Byrd Land Volcanic Province is a volcanic field in northern Marie Byrd Land of West Antarctica, consisting of over 18 large shield volcanoes, 30 small volcanic centres and possibly many more centres buried under the West Antarctic Ice S ...

                                               

Trainer

Trainer!, a 2013 German documentary by Aljoscha Pause Trainer album, an album released by Plaid in 2000 Trainer TV series, a British TV series Trainer film, transliteration of Coach, a 2018 Russian film by Danila Kozlovsky The Trainer, a 2009 Bri ...

                                               

China International Search and Rescue Team

National Earthquake Emergency Search and Rescue Team, also known as China International Search and Rescue team globally, is a professional heavy search and rescue team responsible for search and rescue during earthquake breakout. The CISAR is und ...

                                               

Atharva Ankolekar

Atharva Ankolekar is an Indian cricketer who plays for India Under-19s. He was the highest wicket-taker at the 2019 ACC Under-19 Asia Cup and player of the match in the final.

                                               

Santiago Cabanas

Born on 23 March 1954 in Madrid, Cabanas earned a licentiate degree in Law from the Autonomous University of Madrid UAM. He joined the diplomatic career in 1981. He has served in several senior posts at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, including ...

                                               

Virgin Airlines

Virgin Airlines may refer to: Active airlines: Virgin Galactic Virgin Atlantic Virgin Connect Virgin Australia Defunct airlines: V Australia Rebranded to Virgin Australia with Virgin Blue & Virgin Polynesia Virgin Express Rebranded to Brussels Ai ...

                                               

Pyrenean

The term Pyrenean refers to things of or from the Pyrenees mountain range dividing France and Spain, being Andorra in the middle. It may also refer to: Pyrenean ibex, a species of wild goat that became extinct in January 2000 Pyrenean Mountain Do ...

                                               

Armenia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2009

Armenia selected their Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2009 entry by a national final. The winner was Luara Hayrapetyan with "Barcelona", which represented Armenia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2009 on 21 November 2009.

                                               

Hopetown (disambiguation)

Hopetown or Hope Town may refer to: Hopetown, British Columbia, a settlement of the Kwakwakawakw people in British Columbia Hopetown Indian Reserve No 10A, an Indian Reserve located at Hopetown BC Hopetown, Ontario, Canada Hopeton, California, Un ...

                                               

Belgium in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2006

Belgium chose their Junior Eurovision entry for 2006 through Eurosong for Kids, a national final consisting of 10 songs competing over two semi-finals and a final. The winner of Junior Eurosong was Thor!, with the song "Een tocht door het donker".

                                               

Manuel Peña

Manuel la Peña, Spanish military officer Juan Manuel de la Peña Bonifaz, Spanish politician in the Philippines Manuel de la Peña y Peña, Mexican politician

                                               

Calamus salicifolius

Native to south Vietnam and Cambodia, Calamus salicifolius, is commonly referred to as a rattan, it is one of many Calamus species of the Arecaceae, or palm, family. It is described as a little bushy plant, often climbing, even on itself, with a ...

                                               

Calamus bousigonii

Calamus bousigonii, is a liana, a climbing plant, and part of the Arecaceae, or palm, family. It is a member of the subfamily Calamoideae, whose members are usually called rattans in English,

                                               

Paulo Junior

Paulo Junior dos Santos Gomes, commonly known as Paulo Junior, is a professional Cape Verdean footballer who currently plays for Fortuna Liga club AS Trencin as a midfielder.