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Lisbet Dahl

Lisbet Dahl (born 9 April 1946 in Copenhagen is a Danish actress, instructor for the revue Cirkusrevyen. She has appeared in more than 50 Danish movies and TV-shows, and been on Danish TV numerous times. She is also known for playing Revue. Dahls ...

EVP

Evangelical Peoples Party Netherlands Dutch: Evangelische Volkspartij, defunct Evangelical Peoples Party of Switzerland German: Evangelische Volkspartei der Schweiz Estonian Left Party Estonian: Eesti Vasakpartei

Kursi

The Arabic word for throne. It has been borrowed into Persian, Bengali, Turkish, Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu with similar meaning related to "chair", and may also be used for an official title, such as that of a president or chairman. Examples of ter ...

Villa (disambiguation)

Villa, Rõuge Parish, a village in Rõuge Parish, Võru County, Estonia Villa, Viljandi County, a village in Tarvastu Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia Villa Corvera, Asturias, Spain Villa Illas, Illas, Asturias, Spain Villa, Ohio, a community in the ...

EAL

Deutsche Schule Lissabon Portuguese: Escola Alemã de Lisboa, a German school in Lisbon, Portugal E.C.A. Elginkan Anadolu Lisesi, a boarding school in Istanbul

Orava

Orava or Orawa may refer to: Orava region, a region in Slovakia and Poland Orava Parish, a rural municipality in southern Estonia Orava, Estonia, a village in Orava Parish Comitatus Kingdom of Hungary, a historic administrative county of the King ...

Viru

Viru may refer to: Laane-Viru County Ida-Viru County Virumaa, a region and ancient county in Northern Estonia, now divided between Virender Sehwag born 1978, Indian cricketer a character in the Persian/Parthian romance Vis o Ramin Viru, Iran, a v ...

James English

James English is the name of: James L. English 1813–1889, American lawyer and Democratic politician James W. English 1837–1925, American politician and soldier James E. English 1812–1890, United States Representative and Senator from Connecticut ...

The Brill Dictionary of Ancient Greek

The Brill Dictionary of Ancient Greek is an English language dictionary of Ancient Greek, translated, with the addition of some entries and improvements, from the third Italian edition of Franco Montanaris GI - Vocabolario della lingua greca. Its ...

Vav

Vav State, a princely state in Banas Kantha Kathiawar named after its above capital Vav Vidhan Sabha constituency, Gujarat Vav, Gujarat, a city and taluka in Gujarat

Ventilator (disambiguation)

A ventilator is a machine designed to provide mechanical ventilation by moving breathable air into and out of the lungs. Ventilator may also refer to: Ventilator 2016 film, a Marathi film Ventilator 2018 film, a Gujarati film Ventilator-associate ...

Masorah

Masorah or Mesora, refers either to the transmission of Jewish religious tradition, or to the tradition itself, with the word taken from the binding in Ezekiel 20:37. It is also used in relation to the following subjects: Masoretic Text, the auth ...

Hallelujah (disambiguation)

Hallelujah is a Hebrew word meaning "Praise ye, Yah", translated using Hebrews plural imperative form of you and the shortened form of Yahweh in Hebrew "Yah". Hallelujah with the variation Alleluia may also refer to: Alleluia, a variation of the ...

Pyeongchang (disambiguation)

2018 Winter Olympics, the PyeongChang Games Pyeongchang FC, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do, South Korea; a soccer team Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium, Daegwallyeong Township, Pyeongchang County, Gangwon Province, South Korea 2018 Winter Paralympics, th ...

Yb

YB band, a South Korean rock band short for Yoon Do Hyun Band Young Buck born 1981, rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again born 1999, American rapper

Beechwood (disambiguation)

Beechwood, Michigan, an unincorporated community in Ottawa County Harewood and Beechwood, Langhorne, Pennsylvania Beechwood, Indiana Beechwood, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community

Kosta Novakovic

Kosta Novakovic was a Serbian and Yugoslav socialist politician, journalist and professor and one of the most prominent in the Serbian left-wing politics of the 20th century. He was a prominent member of the Serbian Social Democratic Party in the ...

PST

Penoscrotal transposition Puccinia striiformis f.sp. tritici, or Wheat yellow rust Post-stall technology, aircraft control system Planar separator theorem in graph theory P st LM, short-term light flicker metric Computer program structure tree Le ...

SNL (disambiguation)

SNL Financial, a financial data company, now part of S&P Global Scots National League, a 1920s political organization in Scotland Sandia National Laboratories, an American research and development laboratory Società Navigazione del Lago di Lu ...

Recica

Recica may refer to Bosnia and Herzegovina Recica Han Pijesak, a village in the Republika Srpska Recica, Bosnia and Herzegovnina, Novi Grad Municipality, Sarajevo Croatia Recica, Croatia, a village east of Karlovac Italy Fiumicello, or Recica in ...

Littoral (disambiguation)

Croatian Littoral Pontic littoral, the littoral zone of the Black Sea Litoral Department, a former territory of Bolivia Slovene Littoral, an informal province of Slovenia Mediterranean littoral Austrian Littoral Kustenland, a crown land of Austri ...

Dobrava

Dobrava is a Slovene place name that may refer to: Dolenja Dobrava, Gorenja Vas–Poljane, a village in the Municipality of Gorenja Vas–Poljane Gorenja Dobrava, Gorenja Vas–Poljane, a village in the Municipality of Gorenja Vas–Poljane Dobrava, Izol ...

Lugal-ushumgal

Lugal-ushumgal was a Sumerian ruler of Lagash, circa 2230-2210 BCE. Several inscriptions of Lugal-ushumgal are known, particularly seal impressions, which refer to him as governor of Lagash and at the same time a vassal of the Akkadian Empire rul ...

Enentarzi

Enentarzi of Lagash. He was originally a chief-priest of Lagash for the god Ningirsu. He succeed Enannatum II who only had a short reign and was the last representative of the house of Ur-Nanshe. It seems that the power of Lagash waned at this po ...

Nanna

Sin mythology, god of the moon in Sumerian mythology, also called Suen Nanna Norse deity, goddess and wife of the god Baldr in Norse mythology Nana Buluku, Fon/Dahomey androgynous deity creator of the Universe

Nipper (disambiguation)

Nipper was the dog model for the painting His Late Masters Voice. Nipper or Nippers may also refer to: Nippers Harbour, a community in Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada Nipper Building, an apartment block in New Jersey, USA Jim "Nipper" Bradford 19 ...

OBL

OBL may refer to: Zoersel-Oostmalle Airfield, IATA code Osama bin Laden 1957–2011, founder of the al-Qaeda militant organization Obligate wetland plant, a wetland indicator status Obol Basketball League, former name for the Swedish Basketball Lea ...

Westberg

Westberg is a Swedish topographic surname, which means "west mountain" or "west hill", from the Swedish terms vast and berg. Alternative spellings include Wastberg, Vastberg and Vestberg. The surname may refer to: Anna Westberg 1946–2005, a Swedi ...

Manapparai Murukku

Manapparai Murukku is a special variety of murukku, a snack named after the town of Manapparai in Tiruchirappalli district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

Puli

Puli, Cundinamarca, municipality and town in Colombia Puli Khumri, city in northern Afghanistan Puli, ancient name of Luzhi, town in Jiangsu, China Tashkurgan Town, Xinjiang, China, historically called Puli Puli, Nantou, urban township in Nantou ...

Samrat

Samrat may refer to Samrat 1994 film, a 1994 Kannada film Samraat film Swara Samrat festival, an Indian classical music concert Samrat name Samrat 1997 film, a 1997 Tamil film Sahasa Samrat, a 1987 Telugu film Sangeet Samrat Tansen, a 1962 Hindi ...

Valmiki (disambiguation)

Valmiki is celebrated as the harbinger-poet in Sanskrit literature. Valmiki may also refer to: Valmiki 1963 Telugu film, a Telugu Hindu mythological film Valmiki 1963 Kannada film, an Indian Kannada film Valmiki caste, a large cluster of castes a ...

Surya (disambiguation)

Surya is the chief solar deity in Hinduism. It is also a common name given for people of South Asia. Suryavansha The Sun Dynasty, is one of the most prominent dynasties in the history of Hinduism.

The International

The International may refer to: The International TV series, an upcoming television series starring Dolph Lundgren The International play, a 1927 play by American playwright John Howard Lawson The International, a character in the television cart ...

Dang

Dang District, Nepal, Nepal Dang, Iran, a village in Fars Province, Iran Dang district, India, also known as the Dangs Dang Valley, a valley in western Nepal Dang, Uttar Pradesh, a village in India

Bao (disambiguation)

Bao stir-frying, a high heat variant of the Chinese stir frying technique Gua bao, steamed clam-shaped bun sandwiched with meat and condiments Banh bao, Vietnamese dumpling with pork meat inside, derived from the Chinese bao

Dragonfish

Several species of fish of the family Pegasidae Polypterus senegalus, a fish of the family Polypteridae Asian arowana, a bonytongue fish of the family Osteoglossidae Violet goby, an eel-like brackish-water fish Draconichthys, an arthrodire placod ...

Attrition

Attrition may refer to War of attrition game, a model of aggression in game theory Attrition warfare, the military strategy of wearing down the enemy by continual losses in personnel and material War of Attrition, fought between Egypt and Israel ...

Language resource

In linguistics and language technology, a language resource is a ` of linguistic material used in the construction, improvement and/or evaluation of language processing applications, in language and language-mediated research studies and applicat ...

Citrus (disambiguation)

Citrus, California, a census-designated place in Los Angeles County Citrus County, Florida Kearsarge, California, formerly named Citrus Citrus College, a community college located in Glendora, California

Waste (disambiguation)

W.A.S.T.E. We Await Silent Tristeros Empire, the underground postal service in Thomas Pynchons 1966 novel The Crying of Lot 49 The Wasting, a 2017 movie Waste play, a 1906 play by Harley Granville-Barker

Thomas Hudson Nelson

Thomas Hudson Nelson was a British ornithologist. He is best known for his work The Birds of Yorkshire: being a historical account of the avi-fauna of the county.

List

Tuple, an ordered list of finite length Sequence, an ordered list of elements, especially one of infinite length Multiset, a list/set of elements which can have multiplicity different than 1

Pisces

Pisces may refer to: Pisces Chinese astronomy, the division of the sky in traditional Chinese uranography that lies across the modern constellation Pisces Pisces I dwarf galaxy, an overdensity of stars in the Milky Ways halo that is situated in t ...

Keen.com

Keen.com is a website that connects people with psychics. Launched in 1999, it works as a live answer community for people to get answers to their questions over the phone and online. It is a brand of the knowledge commerce platform Ingenio.

Section 51(xxxviii) of the Constitution of Australia

Section 51 of the Constitution of Australia was intended to give the states of Australia independence from the UK Parliament, as it authorised the Commonwealth Parliament to, with the consent of the relevant state parliament, do anything the UK P ...

X-wing (disambiguation)

Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance Star Wars: X-Wing Star Wars: X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter Star Wars: X-Wing video game series, a series of space-based flight simulators set in the Star Wars universe. The series included several games which might also be ref ...

GP2

GP2, GP.2, GP-2 or variant, may refer to: British GP2, a motorcycle race classification within the British Supersport Championship GP2 Series, an open wheel motor racing series that ran between 2005–2016, before being succeeded by the FIA Formula ...

Aguri

Aguri may refer to: Aguri Suzuki born 1960, former racing driver from Japan Autobacs Racing Team Aguri, joint racing project between former F1 driver Aguri Suzuki and Autobacs Seven Co Aguri Suzuki F-1 Super Driving, Formula One simulator for the ...

List of Xbox Series X games

The following is a list of games that have been announced for release on Microsofts Xbox Series X home video game console, which is scheduled for release in late 2020. The Xbox Series X has full backward compatibility with Xbox One games as well ...