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Gumi

Gumi may refer to: Gumi, Iran, a village in South Khorasan Province, Iran Megumi Hinata, a Japanese singer, lyricist and musician Gumi, North Gyeongsang, the second largest city in Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea Elaeagnus multiflora, a species of ...

Pero (disambiguation)

Pero may refer to two personages in Greek mythology. Pero may also refer to: Pero language also known as Filaya, a West Chadic language of Nigeria Pero, the protagonist of The Wonderful World of Puss n Boots, by Japanese animation studio Toei Ani ...

Knights Templar (disambiguation)

The Knights Templar was a medieval Christian military order prominent in the Crusades, from the early 12th century until the early 14th century. Knights Templar or Knight Templar may also refer to: Knights Templar School, a school in Baldock, Eng ...

KBS FM

KBS FM may refer to the Korean Broadcasting Systems FM Radio stations: KBS Cool FM 89.1 in Seoul FM 97.7 in Gyeonggi/Chuncheon/Gangwon and FM 90.9 in Incheon. - KBSs second popular music station that airs a variety of popular music from South Kor ...

MPF

Malta Police Force, the national police force of Malta Myanmar Police Force, the national police force of Myanmar Burma Ministerio Publico Federal, a branch of the Public Procecutors Office in Brazil Mauritius Police Force, the national police fo ...

Saint Lucia–Trinidad and Tobago relations

Saint Lucia-Trinidad and Tobago relations refers to the bilateral relations between Saint Lucia and Trinidad and Tobago. Trinidad and Tobago maintains a consulate in Castries.

Remembrance

Remembrance Sunday UK, is the second Sunday in November, the Sunday nearest to 11 November Armistice Day Remembrance Day, a commemorative day observed by many Commonwealth countries Remembrance of the Dead, held annually on May 4 in the Netherlan ...

11:11

11:11, 11-11, or 11/11 may refer to: 11:11 numerology 11.11, also known as Singles Day, a day for unmarried people, popular among Chinese youth Eleven Eleven, the literary journal of California College of the Arts

Daya Wimalaweera

Daya Wimalaweera), was a director in Sri Lankan cinema and stage drama. He was also a cinematographer, producer, screenwriter and editor.

Archery at the 2019 Summer Universiade – Mens individual compound

The mens individual compound archery competition at the 2019 Summer Universiade was held in the Partenio Stadium, Avellino, Italy and the Royal Palace in Caserta, Italy between July 8 and 13.

Broken English (disambiguation)

"Broken English" song Broken English album, a 1979 album by Marianne Faithfull Broken English band, a 1980s pop band "Broken English", a song by Rise Against from the album Revolutions per Minute Broken English label, a part of the East West Reco ...

Track record

Track record is a term from racing, referring either to the best performance of any racehorse or athlete on a certain track, or to the history of a certain racers past performance. It is commonly used informally to refer to a person or organizati ...

KCT

KCT may mean: Koggala Airport near Galle, Sri Lanka, IATA code Korps Commandotroepen, Royal Netherlands Army specialist forces Kumaraguru College of Technology in Coimbatore, India Kaolin clotting time, a medical test used to detect lupus anticoa ...

Gouin

Barrage Gouin Water Aerodrome, airport in Quebec Gouin Reservoir, lake in Quebec Gouin electoral district, provincial electoral district Gouin-Gouin, town in Burkina Faso Pointe du Grand Gouin, promontory Gouin Boulevard, longest street on the is ...

Silvie Rybaeova

Silvie Rybaeova--Kodesova is a Czech female open water swimmer who represented the Czech Republic in the world championships. She resides in Brno. She earned her M.S. and Ph.D. in physical education at the Faculty of Sports Studies of Masaryk Uni ...

Tol

Toluene, a clear, water-insoluble aromatic hydrocarbon Tol language, an indigenous and near-extinct language of Honduras, also known as Jicaque Aryl, the toluyl functional group

History of disc golf

Disc golf was first invented in the early 1900s. The first game was held in Bladworth, Saskatchewan, Canada in 1926. Ronald Brandon Cain and a group of his Bladworth Elementary School buddies played a game of throwing tin lids into 4 foot wide ci ...

Solar Wash

Solar Wash is an automated and mobile hand washing machine powered by solar panels. It was invented by Richard Kwarteng and his team in Kumasi. The Solar Wash machine was invited to fight against the novelty corona virus pandemic by not touching ...

DVL

DVL could refer to: Devils Lake Amtrak station, North Dakota, United States; Amtrak station code DVL Desert Valley League, a high school sports league in Riverside County, California, United States Deutsche Versuchsanstalt fur Luftfahrt, a German ...

Dorna

Dorna, a village in Așchileu Commune, Cluj County Vatra Dornei, Suceava County Dorna-Arini, Suceava County Dorna river, tributary of the Bistrița in Suceava County Dorna Candrenilor, Suceava County

Piper

Piper video game, a 1995 interactive movie video game

Cadiz (disambiguation)

Cadiz, Kentucky, in the United States Cadiz, Indiana, in the United States Cadiz, Negros Occidental, in the Philippines Cadiz, California, in the United States Cadiz, Ohio, in the United States Cadiz, Illinois

Piraeus (disambiguation)

Olympiacos F.C. Olympiacos CFP Superleague Formula team Olympiacos Piraeus, a multisport club and its departments Olympiacos Water Polo Club Olympiacos B.C. Olympiacos S.C. Ethnikos Piraeus Water Polo Club Ethnikos Piraeus, a multisport club and ...

Green Bay

Green Bay, small community of Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands, Ontario, Canada Greenbay, village in Antigua Green Bay, Virginia disambiguation, United States Green Bay town, Wisconsin, United States Green Bay, New Zealand Green Bay, Wisco ...

San Pellegrino (cycling team)

San Pellegrino was an Italian professional cycling team that existed from 1956 to 1963. The team was sponsored by the S.Pellegrino mineral water company. The team was selected to race in seven editions of the Giro dItalia, where they achieved fou ...

Sling

Slingback, a type of womans shoe Sling swimsuit, a type of swimsuit, sometimes a bikini variant Baby sling, a piece of fabric tied to carry a child or infant

Type 91

Hiro Navy Type 91 Flying Boat, a 1930s Japanese bomber or reconnaissance monoplane flying boat Type 91 torpedo, an aerial torpedo of the Imperial Japanese Navy Type 91 Air-to-Ship Missile, a Japanese air-to-ship missile Type 91 10 cm howitzer, a ...

Water boy (disambiguation)

A water boy is someone who, in many contexts, such as construction and farm crews, or in sports, provides workers or competitors with water. Waterboys may also refer to: The Waterboy, a 1998 film starring Adam Sandler "Waterboy" song, a tradition ...

Zico (disambiguation)

Zico, pseudonym of Arthur Antunes Coimbra, is a Brazilian coach and former footballer. Zico may refer to: Zico Doe, a former Liberian football player Zico Rumkabu 1989–, an Indonesian footballer Zico Aipa 1990–, an Indonesian football defender Zi ...

2003 Volvo PGA Championship

The 2003 Volvo PGA Championship was the 49th edition of the Volvo PGA Championship, an annual professional golf tournament on the European Tour. It was held 22–25 May at the West Course of Wentworth Club in Virginia Water, Surrey, England, a subu ...

2005 BMW Championship

The 2005 BMW Championship was the 51st edition of the BMW Championship, an annual professional golf tournament on the European Tour. It was held 26–29 May at the West Course of Wentworth Club in Virginia Water, Surrey, England, a suburb southwest ...

St. Martins

Saint Martins, Barbados, a village in Saint Philip Parish St Martins, Guernsey, a parish in the Channel Islands St. Martins Island, a coral reef island of Bangladesh in Bay of Bengal Saint Martins Island a small island at the mouth of Green Bay i ...

Bella Vista

Argentina Bella Vista, Buenos Aires Bella Vista, Tucuman Bella Vista, Corrientes Australia Bella Vista homestead, the farm and homestead that pre-dates the suburb Bella Vista, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney Belize Bella Vista, Belize Bolivia ...

Palmares

Palmares may refer to: Palmares de Alajuela, a city and district in the canton of Palmares in the province of Alajuela in Costa Rica Palmares Paulista Palmares, the list of accomplishments in sport Palmares, Pernambuco, a municipality in the stat ...

Miguel Martinez

Miguel Martinez may refer to: Miguel Martinez cyclist born 1976, French mountain biker Miguel Martinez actor born 1991, Mexican actor Miguel Martinez basketball born 1989, Lebanese basketball player Miguel Martinez wrestler born 1991, Cuban sport ...

Fortaleza (disambiguation)

La Fortaleza, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, listed on the NRHP in Puerto Rico Fortaleza de San Carlos de La Cabaña, in Havana, Cuba Guia Fortress, in Macao, China, also known as Fortaleza de Guia Fortaleza Ruin Gila Bend, Arizona, listed on the NRHP ...

Harbour View

Harbour View, New Zealand, a suburb of Lower Hutt, New Zealand.

List of Bashundhara Kings records and statistics

Bashundhara Kings played their first match in 2017 against Uttar Baridhara SC. They won their first-ever title in the same year, lifting 2017 Bangladesh Championship League.

Wingo

Wingo may refer to: Wingo airline, a low-cost airline based in Colombia, subsidiary of Copa Airline of Panama Wingo Branch, a stream in Mississippi Wingo, Kentucky, a city in Graves County, Kentucky Wingo surname Barker v. Wingo, a United States ...

Jimenez

Jimenez or Jimenez may refer to: Leon Jimenez Group, Ltd, the largest company in the Dominican Republic Jimenez Arms, an American manufacturer of firearms Jimenez dynasty, a medieval Iberian ruling family Jimenez surname, a Spanish name Francisco ...

1993 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1993. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were three different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier.

Gaetano Di Maso

Gaetano Di Maso is an Italian former professional tennis player. Born in Naples, Di Maso competed on the international tour in the 1960s and played Davis Cup tennis for Italy. During his career he featured in a total of two Davis Cup ties, both i ...

LTU

Luleå University of Technology, university in Sweden Lawrence Technological University, university in Southfield, Michigan Ling Tung University, university in Taichung, Taiwan Louisiana Tech University, university in Ruston, Louisiana La Trobe Un ...

Al Nasr SC

Nasr means victory in Arabic. Accordingly, many Arab sports clubs are called Nasr or Al nasr. Nasr SC or Al Nasr SC as well as Nasr FC or Al Nasr FC may refer to: Al-Nasr SC Kuwait, Kuwaiti sports club based in Ardiyah, Al Farwaniyah, Kuwait Al-N ...

Ash Sharqiyah

Al Sharqiyah, Ash Sharqiyah or its variants, meaning eastern or loosely oriental, may refer to: Ash Sharqiyah South Governorate Ash Sharqiyah North Governorate Ash Sharqiyah Region Oman Ash Sharqiyah Province, Saudi Arabia Ash Sharqiyah, Abyan, Y ...

River Plate

River Plate may refer to: Rio de la Plata Basin, the basin of the river Rio de la Plata, a river and large estuary between Argentina and Uruguay Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti, also known as River Plate Stadium, in Buenos Aires, wher ...

Country club (disambiguation)

Country Club, Florida, a census-designated place Country Club, California, a census-designated place in San Joaquin County Country Club, Denver, Colorado, a neighborhood of Denver Country Club, Bronx, New York, a neighborhood in New York City Cou ...

Abdulrahman Al-Shammari (footballer, born 2000)

Abdulrahman Al-Shammari in Saudi Arabia is a Saudi professional footballer who currently plays for Al-Nassr as a Goalkeeper.

Yahya Naji

Yahya Naji in Saudi Arabia is a Saudi professional footballer who currently plays for Al-Nassr as a Forward.

Khalil Al-Absi

Khalil Al-Absi in Saudi Arabia is a Saudi professional footballer who currently plays for Al-Nassr as a winger.