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Chozi, Zambia

Chozi is a small town in the Nakonde District of Muchinga Province of Zambia, approximately 10 kilometres west of the border town of Nakonde. The Mwenzo Mission is based here. Politically it belongs to the Nakonde constituency. There is a river o ...

Zambia Industrial Commercial Bank

Zambia Industrial Commercial Bank, is a commercial bank in Zambia. The bank is one of the commercial banks licensed by the Bank of Zambia, the central bank and national banking regulator.

Moses (disambiguation)

Moses Fork, a stream in West Virginia, United States Moses Coulee, Washington, United States Moses Lake, a lake in Grant County, Washington, United States Mount Moses, Hudson Mountains, Ellsworth Land, Antarctica

AEIOU

AEIOU may refer to: A.E.I.O.U. album, a 2005 album by Sistars A.E.I.O.U, a 1983 song by The Europeans A.E.I.O.U., a device used by the Habsburgs "A.E.I.O.U.", a song by Zion I from Deep Water Slang V2.0 a, e, i, o, u, a traditional list of vowel ...

Johann Huttner

Johann Huttner is an Austrian theatre studies scholar, Germanist and one of the complete editors and volume editors of the historical-critical Johann Nestroy edition.

Kobe (artist)

Kobe studied in Belgium, at LUCA School of Arts in Schaarbeek 1969–1974 and the Academy of Fine Arts in Kortrijk 1969–1977, where he discovered the importance of drawing for a sculptor. At the age of 25 he travelled for one year to Central Americ ...

Pol Fraiture

Pol Fraiture was a Belgian painter noted for his very personal technique and famous for his oil paintings and his monotypes. He was recognized by Belgian and international critics and by many collectors since his debut. He painted between seven a ...

Hoplr

Hoplr is a private social network for neighbourhoods in Belgium and the Netherlands. The companys registered office is located in Lokeren. The platform has been active since 2014 and focuses on social interaction between neighbours and engagement ...

Robert Douglas, Provost of Lincluden

Robert Douglas, Provost of Lincluden was a Scottish landowner, courtier, and administrator. He was a son of Sir James Douglas of Drumlanrig d. 1578. He was appointed Provost of Lincluden in September 1547. David Hume of Godscroft wrote that Lincl ...

Original (disambiguation)

Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World, a 2017 book by American psychologist Adam Grant The Original Magazine, arts and culture magazine in Pittsburgh The Originals comics, a 2004 graphic novel by Dave Gibbons

Blame It on Baby

Blame It on Baby is the third studio album by American rapper DaBaby. The album was released on April 17, 2020, through Interscope and South Coast Music Group. It follows his second studio album Kirk, which was released almost seven months prior. ...

Eight Hungarian Folksongs

Eight Hungarian Folksongs, Sz. 64, BB 47 is a song cycle for high voice and piano by Hungarian composer Bela Bartok. It was composed between 1907 and 1917.

Brigid Ganly

Brigid Ganly was born Rosaleen Brigid OBrien on the 29 January 1909 in Dublin to Dermod OBrien and his wife Mabel Smiley. She was one of five children. Her father was a painter. His grandfather was the Irish Republican William Smith OBrien. Ganly ...

Orbita (collective)

Orbita is a Latvian Russian-language poetry collective formed in Riga, Latvia in 1999. Orbita was originally founded by five members: Artur Punte, Seymon Khanin, Vladimir Svetlov, Sergej Timofejev, and Zhorzh Uallik. At present, all founders excl ...

Walery Brochocki

His father died when he was ten and his family placed him in the Cadet School in Moscow. In 1866, after serving for only a short time in the Russian Army, he resigned and enrolled at a private drawing school in Warsaw, under the direction of Chry ...

Jorg Madlener

Jorg Madlener was born on September 8th, 1939 in Dusseldorf, Germany. His father, Max Madlener, was a surgeon and disciple of Ferdinand Sauerbruch with whom he worked at the Charite Hospital in Berlin. His mother, Hildegard Pape, was an interior ...

Kviskoteka

Kviskoteka is the name of a general knowledge television quiz broadcast by TV Zagreb. The quiz was created in 1979 and it aired for 15 years from 1980 to 1995.

Cirilo Volkmar Machado

Cirilo Volkmar Machado is considered to have been the first historian of Portuguese art. He was also a Portuguese painter, sculptor and architect.

Treceți, batalioane romane, Carpații

Treceți, batalioane romane, Carpații is a Romanian patriotic song. It is thought to have been composed in 1916, shortly before Romanias entry into World War I, although its first historical record is in February 1919, when members of the Romanian ...

Camille Thomas

Camille Thomas began studying the cello at the age of 4. At 10 years old, she studied under Marcel Bardon at the Conservatoire national de region de Paris, where, at 16 years old, she was awarded her first competition prize for cello performance. ...

Discordia (disambiguation)

Discordia band, an industrial-music band from Melbourne, Australia Discordia album, a death-metal album by Misery Index "Discordia" song, a single by Todd La Torre and Glen Drover

The Tomten (Astrid Lindgren)

The fox Mickel is hungry and hasnt found food for a long time. At Christmas Eve he comes across a farm in the forest. He comes into the chickens stable and wants to eat a chicken. However, he is stopped by Tomten. Tomten knows how hungry a fox ca ...

Crossness Sewage Treatment Works

The Crossness Sewage Treatment Works at Crossness in the London Borough of Bexley is located at the eastern end of the Southern Outfall Sewer. It was opened in 1865 and is one of the largest sewage works in the United Kingdom. It treats the waste ...

Decades: Live in Buenos Aires

Decades: Live in Buenos Aires is a video and audio release from the Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish, which was recorded during the Latin American leg of the Decades: World Tour. It was released on December 6, 2019.

Vivian Chow Yung (journalist)

Vivian Yung Chow was a Chinese-Australian journalist. He co-founded the United China Magazine, and wrote extensively on the Chinese Masonic network, and on contemporary Chinese revolutionaries, such as Loong Hung Pung and Sun Yat-sen.

Ultra Australia

Ultra Australia is an electronic music festival and is part of Ultra Music Festivals worldwide expansion which has now spread to twenty countries. During Ultra Music Festivals 19th edition, it was revealed that Australia would be joining the Ultr ...

2005 Minsk Victory Day Parade

The 2005 Minsk Victory Day Parade was a military parade of the Armed Forces of Belarus that took place on Victors Avenue in Minsk, Belarus to celebrate the diamond jubilee of the Great Patriotic War. The parade, which took place on 9 May 2005, wa ...

Grodno State Agrarian University

The Grodno State Agrarian University is one of four agricultural universities in Belarus, established in 1951 in Grodno. It employs over 760 staff including over 320 academic educators. The GSAU offers some 13 different fields of study, 7 faculti ...

1895 in birding and ornithology

Birds described in 1895 include alder flycatcher, banded whiteface, black-capped catbird, Cocos flycatcher, frill-necked monarch, dark-eared myza, Gilletts lark, Grey-headed honeyeater, trilling tailorbird

Chiefdom of Kokang

The Chiefdom of Kokang, ruled by the Yang clan from China, was an autonomous Tusi chiefdom in Kokang, Shan State, Myanmar.

Jose Arechabala

Don Jose Arechabala Aldama was a Spanish industrialist who, in 1878 in Cardenas, Matanzas, Cuba, founded the distillery La Vizcaya, that later on became the Jose Arechabala S.A. conglomerate, that launched the famous Havana Club rum.

List of ambassadors of Germany to France

In 1874, the Embassy in Paris was one of only four Germany embassies alongside London, Saint Petersburg, and Vienna, Today, of 226 diplomatic missions abroad, Germany has five diplomatic missions in Germany. In 1961, France returned the Hotel de ...

Variety (1935 German film)

Variety is a 1935 French-German drama film directed by Nicolas Farkas and starring Annabella, Hans Albers and Attila Horbiger. It is based on the 1912 novel The Oath of Stephan Huller by Felix Hollaender. It features a love triangle between three ...

1861 in Germany

King of Bavaria – Ludwig II King of Wurttemberg – William I of Wurttemberg King of Hanover – George V King of Saxony – John Grand Duke of Baden – Frederick I King of Prussia – William I

The Daughter of the Regiment (1953 film)

The Daughter of the Regiment is a 1953 musical comedy film directed by Geza von Bolvary and Goffredo Alessandrini and starring Antonella Lualdi, Hannelore Schroth, and Isa Barzizza. Based on the opera The Daughter of the Regiment by Gaetano Doniz ...

Dominique Collon

Dominique Petronella Margaret Collon is a Belgian-born academic, author, archaeologist and former curator at the British Museum in London who has worked and travelled extensively in the Near East in Syria, Turkey and Iraq. She is an authority on ...

Fadhil al-Milani

Fadhil al-Husayni al-Milani, is an Iraqi-Iranian Shia religious authority, professor, author and community leader. al-Milani was the appointed representative of the late grand Ayatollah Abul Qasim Al-Khoei in the United Kingdom, and is accredited ...

Khirbet Shema

Researchers have reviewed the "coins, glass, plaster, ceramic stone, bone, jewelry and some organic materials" found. Although "over 4.000 artifacts have been found in the excavations," there is little evidence of late Hellenistic colonization an ...

Gli sposi malcontenti

Gli sposi malcontenti is an opera buffa in 2 acts composed by Stephen Storace to an Italian libretto by Gaetano Brunati. It was first performed at the Burgtheater, Vienna, on 1 June 1785. At the time the composer was in Vienna in the company of h ...

Souad Sbai

Souad Sbai is a Moroccan-born Italian politician and writer. She was born in Settat, Morocco, on 5 February 1961. She has lived in Italy since about 1979. She was a member of the Italian Chamber of Deputies from 2008 to 2013, and in 2011 sponsore ...

Silvery World

Silvery World is a Korean novel published by Lee Injik in 1908, categorized as sinsoseol, or new novel. By depicting how a wealthy farmer gets killed by a venal official, it denounces the corrupt feudal system of the late Joseon dynasty. The auth ...

Toyota A platform

Based from Japanese Wikipedia article The Toyota A platform is a front-wheel drive automobile platform used in various Daihatsu,Toyota, Perodua, Subaru, Peugeot and Citroen vehicles for A-segment and B-segment vehicles. In 2019, this platform was ...

Dbayeh

Dbayeh is a city in Lebanon located on the Mediterranean Sea in the Matn District, Mount Lebanon, between Beirut and Jounieh. The majority of the population is Christian exluding some Gulf Arabs Muslims who reside in Dbayeh during the summer seas ...

Sivan Beskin

Born in 1976 in Vilnius, in Soviet Lithuania, Beskin emigrated to Israel with her family in 1990, settling in the kibbutz Ein Carmel. She later moved to Haifa, majoring in plastic arts in high school. In her mandatory service in the Israeli Defen ...

Immigration F.C.

Immigration Football Club, is a Malaysian amateur football club based in Putrajaya, Federal Territories of Malaysia. They currently play in the third-tier division in Malaysian football, the Malaysia M3 League. The club is also involved in the Ma ...

Evelyn Lip

Evelyn Lip is a Malaysian-born architecture scholar and Feng shui consultant. She is the author and co-author of over fifty books on architecture, Chinese geomancy, and childrens stories. Born in Malaysia, she earned a Ph.D. in Architecture from ...

Lorens Berg

Berg was born in Kodal, the son of Amund Andersen 1827–1868 and Anne Kristine Sorensdatter 1822–1870. He worked as a shepherd and farmhand as a child, and then as a sailor before becoming a teacher in 1881. He taught at Prestbyen in Kodal from 18 ...

Peshawar Radio Station

Peshawar Radio Station is the oldest in Pakistan.When Abdul Qayyum Khan, the renowned political leader of North-West Frontier Province Pakistan went to London during for Round Table Conference He personally met Marconi, who had invented the machi ...

Christine Nieves

Christine Nieves is a Puerto Rican community organizer and climate change activist. She is the founder of Emerge Puerto Rico, a community redevelopment non-profit. Nieves focuses on building community resilience before and after environmental dis ...

Nicholas Kalashnikoff

Nicholas Kalashnikoff was a Siberian-American author from the 1930s to 1950s. Before moving to the United States in 1924, Kalashnikoff participated in the 1905 Russian Revolution and was a political exile during the rest of the 1900s. With the mi ...