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Almaz Chokmorov

Almaz Chokmorov is an association football Forward who played for Soviet club Alga Frunze throughout the 1970s and 1980s.

Komsomolets

Soviet submarine K-278 Komsomolets, a nuclear submarine which caught fire and sank off Norway Komsomolets armored tractor, Soviet prime mover vehicle Komsomolets -class torpedo boat, motor torpedo boat of World War II era; See List of ships of Ru ...

Tham Pha Ka

Tham Pha Ka is a karst limestone cave in Vientiane Province, Laos, located roughly 22 kilometres north of Muang Met. The Nam Fuang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, flows through the cave. It is potentially the largest cave in Laos., with n ...

Daugava (disambiguation)

Daugava 1 Hydro Power Plant, or Daugavpils hydroelectric power station, a proposed plant in Daugavpils, Latvia Daugava River, or Western Dvina, river rising in the Valdai Hills, Russia, flowing through Russia, Belarus, and Latvia, draining into t ...

Wael Gharzeddine

Wael Gharzeddine is a Lebanese football manager who is the current manager of the Lebanon womens national team.

National Conference

Libyan National Conference, for organising elections, a new constitution and peace in 2019 in Libya

JCP

JCP may refer to: Journal of Computational Physics, a scientific journal Journal of Consumer Psychology, an academic journal on psychology Jim Crockett Promotions, a former professional wrestling company Jobcentre Plus, an employment-related agen ...

2019–20 CAF Confederation Cup knockout stage

The 2019–20 CAF Confederation Cup knockout stage began on 1 March with the quarter-finals and will end on 24 May 2020 with the final to decide the champions of the 2019–20 CAF Confederation Cup. A total of eight teams compete in the knockout stag ...

Chris Brooks

Chris or Christopher Brooks may refer to: Chris Brooks politician born 1972, American politician Chris Brooks ice hockey born 1972, Canadian ice hockey player and coach Chris Brooks gymnast born 1986, American gymnast Christopher Eugene Brooks 19 ...

Macra (disambiguation)

Macra may refer to: plural form of macron, a diacritic the Latin name for the Maira, an Italian river which runs through the province of Cuneo in eastern Piedmont Macra, a place in the Province of Cuneo in north-west Italy Malawi Communications R ...

Timbuktu (disambiguation)

Timbuctoo, New Jersey, a small settlement along Rancocas Creek in Westampton Township, New Jersey, U.S. Tombouctou Region, administrative subdivision of Mali Timbuctoo, California, an unincorporated community in Yuba County, California, U.S. Timb ...

Sy (disambiguation)

Sy is a given name, nickname and surname. Sy or SY may also refer to: Places: 1714 Sy, an asteroid Sy, Belgium, a town in the Ardennes Sy, Mali, a small town and commune Sy, Ardennes, a commune in France Codes: SY postcode area, the British post ...

FPU

Fukui Prefectural University, in Japan Fresno Pacific University, in California, United States Florida Polytechnic University, in Lakeland, Florida, United States Franklin Pierce University, in New Hampshire, United States

New Mexico United U23

New Mexico United U23 is a development soccer team under the parent club New Mexico United based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The team competes in the Mountain Division of the Western Conference of USL League Two, the fourth tier of the American s ...

Robert Navarro (footballer)

Navarro was born in Barcelona, and his father Roberto Navarro was also a professional footballer. He started playing football with his local side Osasuna, before joining FC Barcelona at age 11. On 3 July 2018, Navarro signed with Monaco. Navarro ...

Pavel Zakharov (footballer)

Pavel Zakharov is a Russian football player who plays as a striker for Ulaanbaatar City FC of the Mongolian Premier League.

Iñaki Vicente

Ignacio Vicente Jr., commonly known as Iñaki Vicente, was a Filipino football player who played for the Philippines national football team.

Harakat 23 Mars

The group is named after the Uprisings of March 23, 1965, which broke out the day after a violently repressed peaceful student protest. Many young people could not forgive the state for the killings, particularly with the absence of any investiga ...

Joseph Messas

Joseph Messas was a Moroccan-Israeli rabbi, posek, poet, historian, and public figure. He served as the rabbi of Tlemcen and later as the Sephardi rabbi of Haifa.

Thant Wai Kyaw

Thant Wai Kyaw is a Burmese politician who currently serves as a member of parliament in the Sagaing Region Hluttaw for Kale Township No. 1 Constituency. She is a member of the National League for Democracy.

Kyaw Min Than (striker)

Kyaw Min Than is a Myanmar professional footballer who plays for Chin United. Born in Myaungmya, Kyaw Min Than joined the youth team of Ayeyawady United in 2015, He played youth team and then transferred to City Yangon with loan in 2017 MNL secon ...

Rachel Tayza

Rachel Tayza, also known as RACHEL, is a Burmese pop singer and songwriter. She rose to fame with her solo album Kabar.

Not a Photograph: The Mission of Burma Story

Not a Photograph: The Mission of Burma Story is a 2006 documentary about the band Mission of Burma and their 2002 "Inexplicable" tour, which saw the band reunite after a 19 year hiatus. The film premiered at the Independent Film Festival Boston o ...

MST

Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol, for computer networks Minimum spanning tree, in graph theory Multi-Stream Transport, multiple displays on a single DisplayPort connector Merge Sort Tree, in data structure .mst, a file extension of Microsoft Windo ...

LPM Youth and Student Command Element

The LPM Youth and Students Command Element, is a youth and student wing body of the Landless Peoples Movement. Formed in 2018, the wing has been led by Duminga Ndala since its inception.

YCL

YCL may refer to: Young Communist League, USA the youth wing of the Communist Party USA. The IATA code for Charlo Airport in Charlo, New Brunswick, Canada. Young Communist League, Nepal is the youth wing of the Communist Party of Nepal Maoist. Yo ...

2015 Boys EuroHockey Youth Championships

The 2015 Boys EuroHockey Youth Championships was the 8th edition of the Boys EuroHockey Youth Championship. The tournament was held from 19–25 July 2015 in Santander, Spain at the Ruth Beitia Municipal Sports Complex. Germany won the tournament f ...

Young New Zealand First

Young New Zealand First was formally incorporated into the NZ First party structure in 2015. This incorporation was the subject of controversy within the party. Young NZ First had repeatedly attempted to formalise its relationship with the party ...

National Youth League

National League of Sweden, also known as the National Youth League of Sweden National Youth League Indian National League, youth section of the Indian National League political party

Young Greens

Young Green usually refers to a youth wing of a Green political party or federation thereof, or a youth organisation espousing Green principles. It may refer to the following organisations or members thereof: Global Young Greens Federation of You ...

Howick Youth Council

The Howick Youth Council is a youth voice organisation covering the region of the Howick Local Board in Auckland, New Zealand. The council runs events in east Auckland, advocates on behalf of youth and facilitates Auckland Council consultation. O ...

LNU

Lingnan Normal University, Zhanjiang City, Guangdong Province, China Liaoning Normal University, a teacher training university in China Leyte Normal University, Tacloban City, Philippines Linnaeus University, Vaxjo and Kalmar, Sweden University o ...

Ho Song-thaek

Ho Song-thaek was a Korean labor activist, an independence activist, and a politician in the early years of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea.

Kim Jong-ju

Kim Jong-ju was a North Korean communist and activist in the Korean independence movement. Following the establishment of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea he became the first Minister of Post and Telecommunications in the Cabinet of North ...

Norwegian Golf Federation

The Norwegian Golf Federation is the governing body for the sport of golf in Norway. The NGF was founded in 1948 after an initiative from Bergen GK, Hosbjor GK, Borregaard GK and Oslo GK. It organizes around 100.000 memberships, making it the fif ...

Norwegian District Football Associations

The District Football Associations are the local governing bodies of association football in Norway. District FAs exist to govern all aspects of local football in their defined areas, providing grassroots support to the Norwegian Football Federat ...

Indian school

Indian school may refer to: Indian School, Al-Ghubra, an international school in Al-Ghubra, Oman Indian School, Salalah, an Indian-run, self-financing, co-educational institution Indian School, Muscat, an international school in Muscat, Oman Indi ...

Betar (disambiguation)

Betar may mean: Betar fortress, the last Jewish fort held in the Bar Kokhbas revolt and adjacent modern locations Beitar Illit, a city in the Judea and Samaria Area Battir, an Arab village in Palestine Mevo Betar, Jerusalem area town In Hebrew בי ...

Oya (disambiguation)

Oia, Spain, a municipality in Galicia, Spain Oya, a neighborhood in Trondheim, Norway Oya, Sarawak, a town in Malaysia Oya River, a river in Malaysia Ōya Station disambiguation, in Japan

Juli

Juli may refer to: Juli District, one district of the province Chucuito in Puno Region, Peru Juli band, a rock/pop band from Germany "Juli", by Ryan Adams from the album Prisoner B-Sides Juli city, the capital of Juli District Juli Street Fighter ...

QCB

QCB may refer to: Queens Commendation for Bravery, UK military and civilian awards granted for bravery Qualifying corporate bond, a kind of loan note Queen City Balladeers, a non-profit folk music organization in Cincinnati, Ohio Queer Campus Ban ...

Save Romania Union Youth

USR Tineret is the first youth organisation of a Romanian political party to openly support the decriminalisation of cannabis. The organisation was openly critical of a bill project by USR MP Lavinia Cosma, meant to impose harsher punishments for ...

Gabriel Rupanu

Gabriel Vasile Rupanu is a Romanian rugby union player. He plays as a scrum-half for professional SuperLiga club Timișoara Saracens.

Vlad Neculau

Vlad Neculau started playing rugby as a youth for a school based local Romanian club, CSS Unirea Iași, in Iași. After two years he joined the youth ranks of Timișoara Saracens, followed by his professional debut in 2017 for the same club.

Cristi Chirica

Cristi Chirica started playing rugby as a youth for a local Romanian club based in Barlad. In July 2015 he started his professional journey joining SuperLiga side, CSM Baia Mare.

Mihai Lamboiu

Mihai Lamboiu is a Romanian rugby union player. He plays as a wing for professional SuperLiga club Știința Baia Mare. He can also play as a centre.

Florian Roșu

Before joining Știința Baia Mare in 2012, Roșu played as a youth for a local Romanian club based in Baia Mare, namely CSS 2 Siromex Baia Mare. In July 2012 he started his professional journey joining SuperLiga side, CSM Știința Baia Mare. In 2014 ...

Vasile Balan

Vasile Balan started playing rugby as a youth for a school based local Romanian club, CSS Barlad, in his native city of Barlad. A logical move to the local club RC Barlad followed. His professional debut came in 2016 for Politehnica Iași. After j ...

Russian fascism

Russian Fascist Organization Russian Womens Fascist Movement Fascist Union of Youth Russian Fascist Party Union of Young Fascists – Vanguard boys Union of Fascist Little Ones Union of Young Fascists – Vanguard girls

1968–69 A.C. Milan season

For the season the club office confirmed Nereo Rocco as manager. In June 1968, Anquilletti, Lodetti, Prati, Rivera e Rosato became European champions with National Team winners of UEFA Euro Cup 1968. Loan in Romano Fogli adn return Luigi Maldera ...