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Sasa

Sasaa bin Sohan 598–666, a companion of Imam Ali revered by Shia Muslims Sasa, a given name Genjū Sasa 1900–1959, Japanese film director and critic

Wari

Wari people, Amazonian Amerindian nation Wari’ language, spoken by the Wari Wari culture, Middle Horizon civilization that flourished in Peru Wari Empire, political formation that emerged around AD 500 in Peru Wari ruins, ruins of the capital cit ...

Asana (disambiguation)

Asana is a general Indian term for a body position, associated with Indian art, dance and the practice of yoga. Asana may also refer to: Esfenvalerate, a synthetic pyrethroid insecticide Asana software, a "collaborative information manager" Asana ...

Red Earth

Red Earth Crash Vegas album, a 1989 album by Crash Vegas Red Earth Dee Bridgewater album, a 2007 album by Dee Bridgewater Red Earth band, a Native American rock band from Albuquerque, New Mexico

Ray White (disambiguation)

Ray White is an American soul vocalist and rock and blues guitarist. Ray White may also refer to: Ray White footballer 1918–1988, English professional footballer Ray White baseball 1910–1995, minor league baseball pitcher and manager D. Ray White ...

Soul Control

They gained fame through their 2004 single "Chocolate Choco Choco", which was placed in the top five of the charts in Germany, Austria and Switzerland and was released in over 40 countries. Tom and Leo met at a concert by Leos band Moddeling Thro ...

D4

D4-isoprostane, a type of isoprostane ATC code D04, Antipruritics, including antihistamines, anesthetics, etc., a subgroup of the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification System Dopamine receptor D4, a human gene D04, Carcinoma in situ of s ...

Trata

Trata may refer to: Places in Slovenia: Trata Ljubljana, a former settlement in the City Municipality of Ljubljana Trata pri Velesovem, a village in the Municipality of Cerklje na Gorenjskem Trata Prapetno Brdo, a hamlet of Prapetno Brdo in the m ...

Dule

Dule may refer to: Dule tree Dule, Ribnica, a village in the Municipality of Ribnica, southern Slovenia Dule Temple, in China Dule people, an ethic group of Panama and Colombia Dule, Skocjan, a village in the Municipality of Skocjan, southeastern ...

Skater

Someone who rides with inline skates Skater subculture, skateboarding surrounding culture Someone who practices ice skating An ice hockey player who is not a goaltender or skateboarder Someone who practices skateboarding Someone who rides with ro ...

Olga Kazakova

Olga Kazakova is a Russian politician, was the Minister of Culture of the Stavropol Krai, since 2012, deputy of the State Duma, First Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Culture.

Yakadaya

Yakadaya is a 1977 Sri Lankan Sinhala action thriller film directed by Neil Rupasinghe and produced by Simon Marawanagoda. It stars Gamini Fonseka and Ravindra Randeniya in lead roles along with Anula Karunathilaka and Jenita Samaraweera. Music c ...

Arkan (disambiguation)

Arkan was the nom de guerre of Zeljko Raznatovic, a Serbian paramilitary leader from Montenegro. Arkan may also refer to: Arkan al-Islam Five Pillars of Islam Arkan dance, dance of the Hutsul people in Ukraine Arkan, Iran disambiguation, several ...

Spirit Dance (disambiguation)

Spirit Dance is one of the dances of the Waashat religion, a native religion in the Pacific Northwest of North America. Spirit Dance may also refer to:

Eleanor Martin

Eleanor Martin was a dancer who performed with the West Australian Ballet, the Australian Ballet Company, and the Australian Dance Theatre.

Alexandre Silva

Alexandre Silva may refer to: Alexandre Alves da Silva born 1981, Brazilian footballer Alexandre Nascimento Costa Silva born 1997, Portuguese footballer Alexandre Jansen Da Silva born 1987, Belgian footballer Alexandre da Silva, known as Chiquinh ...

Isla Blanca

early name for Galveston Island, see History of Galveston, Texas

Lhagyari Namgyal Dolkar

Lhagyari Namgyal Dolkar, born on April 13, 1986 in Dharamsala, is a Tibetan politician, Member of Parliament and President of the Association of Former Tibetan Political Prisoners Gu-Chu-Sum Tibet Movement.

DEG

Delhaize Group NYSE stock symbol, a Belgium-based food retailer German Investment Corporation Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft, a German finance company DEG Metro Stars, an ice hockey team in Dusseldorf, Germany De Laurentiis E ...

PGS

Pre-implantation genetic screening Participatory Guarantee Systems PGS, a category certification systems PGS, abbreviation of Polygenic score, a method to predict individuals genetic predisposition to different traits Parallel giant slalom, a sno ...

Tomato (disambiguation)

Tomato is the name of a plant or its edible brightly colored fruit. Tomato may also refer to: Entertainment: Tomato, Girl Detective, a one-shot manga by Akira Toriyama Tomato album, by the South Korean girl group Chakra "Tomato" song, a 1949 caly ...

Aayalolo

Aayololo is a Bus Rapid Transit System, was inaugurated on the 25th of November 2016, in Ghana which is operational in Accra the Capital. Bus Rapid Transit system are special because particular lines are dedicated for the buses which allows them ...

Samuel Kwadwo Jantuah

Samuel Kwadwo Jantuah known as Nana Jantuah is a Ghanaian broadcast journalist, entrepreneur and public speaker. He is currently the host of Oyerepa FM morning show.

Alias

Alias band, a rock band Alias album, an album by the band Alias Alias Records, a record label Alias, the name used by singer songwriter Ryan Tedder when working as a producer "Alias", a song from the album A Sense of Purpose by Swedish band In Fl ...

The Scotts

The Scotts is a song by American hip hop duo The Scotts, composed of Travis Scott and Kid Cudi. It was released in various formats, including on 7-inch vinyl, cassette and as a CD single through Epic, Cactus Jack and Wicked Awesome on April 24, 2 ...

Boyfriend (Selena Gomez song)

Boyfriend is a song by American singer Selena Gomez, included on the deluxe edition of her third studio album Rare. The song was released as the first single from the deluxe edition and fourth overall from the album on April 9, 2020.

Grand

Grand Concourse disambiguation, several places Grand Geyser, Upper Geyser Basin of Yellowstone Grand, Oklahoma Le Grand, California, census-designated place Grand Rounds National Scenic Byway, a parkway system in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United St ...

Keel (disambiguation)

Keel band, heavy metal group in the 1980s Keel album KEEL, AM radio station in Shreveport, Louisiana Keel Lorenz, a character in Neon Genesis Evangelion

SMT

SMT may refer to: Simte language, ISO 639-3 code Society for Music Theory Urban-type settlement Ukrainian: селище міського типу, selyshche miskoho typu, in the former Soviet Union Shrimati, abbreviated Smt., an Indian feminine honorific

News (disambiguation)

The News musical, a 1985 Broadway musical News film, a 2005 film

Vayu Shrivastav

Vayu aka Vaibhav Shrivastava, more popularly known as Vayu, is a Bollywood lyricist and composer, who has been active in the industry for over 10 years. He signed on to Sony Music India as an exclusive artist in 2018.

Kyle Maack

Kyle Allen McCarty, known professionally as Kyle Maack, is an American R&B and soul singer and podcaster most known for being the first artist signed to Otis Williams of the legendary Motown quintet The Temptations. Maacks debut release, Shak ...

回:Labyrinth

回:Labyrinth is the eighth extended play by South Korean girl group GFriend. The album was released on February 3, 2020, by Source Music and distributed by kakao M. The release marked the groups first album in seven months, following Fever Season ...

Peninsula (film)

Peninsula, marketed in the United States as Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula, is an upcoming South Korean action horror film directed by Yeon Sang-ho.It is a sequel to the 2016 film Train to Busan.

The Forgotten Army - Azaadi Ke Liye

The Forgotten Army - Azaadi Ke Liye is a web television series which premiered on Amazon Prime Video on 24 January 2020. The series is directed by Kabir Khan, the series is based on true events about the men and women in the Indian National Army ...

Extreme Rules (2020)

Extreme Rules is an upcoming professional wrestling pay-per-view and WWE Network event produced by WWE for their Raw and SmackDown brand divisions. It is scheduled to take place on July 19, 2020 at the SAP Center in San Jose, California. It will ...

365: Repeat the Year

365: Repeat the Year is a 2020 South Korean television series starring Lee Joon-hyuk, Nam Ji-hyun, Kim Ji-soo and Yang Dong-geun. Based on the 2004 novel Repeat by Japanese writer Kurumi Inui, it aired on MBC TV from March 23 to April 28, 2020.

Kanawut Traipipattanapong

Kanawut Traipipattanapong, born December 4, 1997) is a Thai actor. He is well known for his role as" Type” in TharnType The series.

Secret (disambiguation)

"Secrets" Ben 10 episode, an episode of the TV series Ben 10 "The Secret" The O.C. episode, in 2003, the 12th episode of the 1st season "The Secret" The Office episode, in 2006, the 13th episode of the 2nd season

Sporting

Sporting Charleroi, a football club from Charleroi, Belgium Real Sporting de Gijon, a football club from Gijon, Spain Sporting Clube de Goa, a sports club from Goa, India Sporting Al Riyadi Beirut, a sports club from Beirut, Lebanon Sporting BC, ...

Ladbroke

Ladbroke could refer to: Ladbroke, Warwickshire, a village in Warwickshire, England Ladbroke Hall, an 18th-century house in Ladbroke Ladbroke Estate, Notting Hill, West London, England Ladbroke Grove rail crash Ladbroke Grove, a road and neighbou ...

Hey disambiguation)

Hey is a Katy Perry song. It may also refer to: Music: "Hey! Hey! Hey!", a song from Something to Crow About by The Riverboat Gamblers "Hey, Hey, Hey", a song from the soundtrack for the film Clambake by Elvis Presley "Hey, Hey, Hey", a song from ...

GVC

GVC may refer to: Gastrovascular cavity Global value chain Government Victoria College, Palakkad, Kerala, India Genesee Valley Conservancy, an American land trust Gasconade Valley Conference, an American high school athletic conference Girls Vent ...

Keno (disambiguation)

Keno is a lottery-like or bingo-like gambling game. Keno may also refer to: KENO, a sports/talk AM radio station in Las Vegas, Nevada SS Keno, sternwheel paddle steamer that worked on the Yukon River and its tributaries, now preserved as a Nation ...

8th Canadian Film Awards

Theatrical Short: Gold - Colin Low Honorable Mention: Jolifou Inn - Colin Low Honorable Mention: The Shepherd - Julian Biggs TV Information: Saskatchewan Traveller - Donald Haldane Honorable Mention: Monkey on the Back - Julian Biggs Honorable Me ...

Mike Dalton

Mike or Michael Dalton may refer to: Mike Dalton wrestler, former ring name of Matt Clement, Canadian wrestler Michael Dalton legal writer 1564–1644, English barrister Michael Dalton footballer 1875–1933, Australian rules footballer Mike Dalton p ...

Carmen Barillaro

Carmen Barillaro was an Italian-Canadian mobster who served as the right-hand man to Johnny Papalia of the Papalia crime family based in Hamilton, Ontario. Barillaro was born in Italy and immigrated to Canada with parents at the age of nine. He g ...

Matka

Matka may refer to: Matka Canyon, a canyon in the Republic of Macedonia Matka, Saraj, a village in Saraj Municipality, Republic of Macedonia Matka gambling, a type of gambling originating in Bombay Matka, Estonia, a village in Luganuse Parish, Id ...

Blucher

Blucher may refer to: People Blucher surname Gebhard Leberecht von Blucher, Prussian field marshal Places Blucher, a boarding house at Wellington College, Berkshire, England Blucher, Newcastle, a small district of Newcastle upon Tyne, England. Tr ...

Jasso

Jasso is a surname of possibly Spanish or Basque origins. Antonio Jasso Ralph Jasso Jasso can also mean: Jasso the cat Jasso-kissa, the Finnish comic book character by Jii Roikonen. Jasso, Hidalgo a town in Hidalgo, Mexico. Jasso may also be used ...