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Ajay Singh

Ajay Singh may refer to: Ajay Singh footballer born 1989, Indian footballer Ajay Singh Karnataka politician born before 1992, Indian politician from the state of Karnataka Ajay Singh Madhya Pradesh politician active 2008, Indian politician from t ...

Etuate Mataitini

Ratu Etuate Navakamocea Mataitini was a Fijian chief and politician. He was Vunivalu of Rewa, and a member of the Legislative Council.

Sakari Salo

Salo represented Finland from 1950 to 1963 in the Davis Cup competition. He made his Davis Cup debut during the 1950 Europe Zone first round tie against Belgium. During his Davis Cup career, Salo played in twenty-nine Davis Cup singles rubbers, w ...

Public Service Commission (Hong Kong)

The Public Service Commission in Hong Kong is the principal statutory advisory body to the Hong Kong Chief Executive on civil service appointments, promotions and discipline. The Commission is tasked with ensuring fairness in hiring and disciplin ...

List of Temporary Speakers and Deputy Speakers of the Regional Representative Council

This article lists temporary speakers and deputy speakers who lead the meeting of the Regional Representative Council of the term before the definitive speaker and deputy speaker for the term is elected. According to the tradition, since 1950, th ...

Babul

Babul may refer to: Babul, Iran, a city in Mazandaran Province, Iran Babul tree Acacia nilotica, the gum arabic tree, an acacia native to India, Pakistan, and Africa Babul Hindi word or Baabul: an archaic Hindi word for father used in songs. For ...

John Collins (nuncio)

John Collins, S.M.A. was an Irish prelate of the Catholic Church who worked as a missionary in Liberia for 47 years. He became a bishop in Liberia in 1934 and the diplomatic representative of the Holy See there from 1951 to 1961.

Nutmeg (disambiguation)

Plants Monodora myristica a tropical tree sometimes known as calabash nutmeg, African nutmeg or Jamaican nutmeg Atherosperma moschatum, an Australian tree sometimes known as plume nutmeg or New Holland nutmeg Leycesteria formosa, a shrub sometime ...

Beijing (disambiguation)

Ningcheng County, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, known as Beijing under the 12th-century Jurchen Jin dynasty Daming County, formerly Beijing, capital under the Northern Song dynasty Taiyuan, formerly Beijīng or Beidū, capital city under the Ta ...

Odd Kirkeby

Odd Kirkeby was a Norwegian politician for the Conservative Party. He was born in Vang, Hedmark as a son of a shopowner. Following a mercantile education Odd Kirkeby was himself a shopowner his entire career. He entered politics after the Second ...

Terje Olsen

Terje Olsen may refer to: Terje Olsen politician, former county mayor of Troms Terje Olsen footballer, born 1970, Norwegian footballer who played for Bayer Leverkusen Todd Terje born Terje Olsen, 1981, Norwegian DJ, songwriter, and record produce ...

Tomas Gonzalez

Tomas Gonzalez may refer to: Tomas Gonzalez writer born 1950, Colombian writer Tomas Gonzalez basketball, player for Real Madrid Baloncesto Tomas Gonzalez Estrada born 1969, Colombian economist and politician Tomas Alberto Gonzalez born 1977, Par ...

Gian Vincenzo Moreni

Gian Vincenzo Moreni was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who worked in the diplomatic service of the Holy See. He was made an archbishop in 1982 and served as Apostolic Nuncio from 1982 to 1999.

Mindoro (disambiguation)

Mindoro is an island in the Philippines. Mindoro may also refer to: Mindoro, Wisconsin, United States, an unincorporated community Mindoro Airport, in the Philippines but not on the island USS Mindoro CVE-120 1945–1961, a ship of the U.S. Navy Ba ...

Cabangahan

Cabangahan is an urbanizing barangay in the South Highway District of Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, Philippines. Located 15 kilometres south of the city proper, it is bounded to the north by Aglayan, to the east by Violeta and Simaya, to the south b ...

Kania

Kania, Slupca County in Greater Poland Voivodeship, west-central Poland Kania, Ostrow Wielkopolski County in Greater Poland Voivodeship, west-central Poland Kania, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, north-central Poland Kania, Stargard County in We ...

List of mayors of Wroclaw

The following is the list of the Mayors of Wroclaw, Poland; heads of local municipal government according to extant records. Before 1945 Wroclaw was known as Breslau and was governed by Burgermeisters.

State penitentiary

State Penitentiary or State Pen may refer to one of various active and former penitentiaries within the United States: Old Idaho State Penitentiary Mississippi State Penitentiary Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary in Morgan County, Tennessee Peni ...

Stadionul Municipal (Huși)

Stadionul Municipal is a multi-purpose stadium in Huși, Romania. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Hușana Huși. The stadium holds about 5.000 people and have 1.500 seats. The stadium was opened in the 1950 ...

Zhukovsky

Zhukovskoye Urban Settlement, a municipal formation which Zhukovsky Urban Administrative Okrug in Zhukovsky District of Bryansk Oblast, Russia is incorporated as Zhukovsky Urban Administrative Okrug, an administrative division which the town of Z ...

Tsimlyansky

Tsimlyansky, Tsimlyanskaya, or Tsimlyanskoye may refer to: Tsimlyansk Reservoir or Tsimlyanskoye Reservoir, an artificial lake on the Don River, Russia Tsimlyanskoye Urban Settlement, an administrative division and a municipal formation which the ...

124 Squadron

124 Squadron may refer to: No. 124 Squadron RAF, United Kingdom 124th Aero Squadron, Air Service, United States Army VF-124, United States Navy No. 124 Squadron RCAF, see list of Royal Canadian Air Force squadrons VF-124 1950-8, United States Nav ...

Sheikh Ahmed Sharif Mosque

The current Sheikh Ahmed Sharif Mosque was built in 1918, however this site is home to 2 previous older mosques built on top of one another and this mosque site could be home to Mogadishu oldest mosque. The mosque was demolished in the winter of ...

Kim Yoo-jin

Kim Yoo-jin is a Korean name consisting of the family name Kim and the given name Yoo-jin, and may refer to: Kim Yoo-jin footballer, born 1981, South Korean female footballer Kim Yoo-jin video game player born 1993, South Korean male eSports play ...

The Willows

The Willows may refer to: The Willows album, a 2004 album by Belbury Poly The Willows group, a 1950s doo wop group. "The Willows" story, a 1907 short story by Algernon Blackwood Places The Willows, Saskatoon, a residential community in Canada The ...

Sameradion

Sameradion is the Sami languages radio department of Swedish public service broadcaster Sveriges Radio. Sameradion provides news, current affairs, cultural, sports, entertainment, and children’s programming for Sami across Sweden.

Paul Breuer

Paul Breuer is a German politician. He represents the CDU. Breuer served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of North Rhine-Westphalia from 1980 to 2003.

Eggnog (disambiguation)

Eggnog or egg nog is a beverage traditionally made with milk and/or cream, sugar, whipped eggs and sometimes distilled spirits. Eggnog may also refer to: Eggnog Riot or Grog Mutiny, a riot at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New ...

Cecil Kirby

Kirby was born in Weston, and was twice expelled from elementary school for unruly behavior. Kirby grew up in a working class neighborhood of Toronto and preferred to use violence from his childhood onward to solve problems. He was refused admiss ...

Dark Waters

"Dark Waters", an exhibition on the Thames for the London Festival of Architecture 2008 Dark Waters, a book by Catherine MacPhail nominated for the 2002 Carnegie Medal

Julie de Carneilhan (film)

Julie de Carneilhan is a 1950 French drama film directed by Jacques Manuel and starring Edwige Feuillere, Pierre Brasseur and Jacques Dumesnil. It is an adaptation of the 1941 novel of the same title by Colette. The films sets were designed by th ...

Sheesh Mahal

Sheesh Mahal, at Patiala Shish Mahal, at Agra Fort, also built by Shahjahan in 1631–32 AD Sheesh Mahal, Indore, mansion of Seth Hukumchand adjacent to Kanch Ka Mandir Sheesh Mahal, at Malerkotla Sheesh Mahal, at Taj Mahal, Bhopal Sheesh Mahal, Am ...

Tuppy Ngintja Goodwin

Tuppy Ngintja Goodwin is a Pitjantjatjara woman from Mimili in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands in the remote north-west of South Australia. She is a painter working with Mimili Maku Arts where she is a director and, through her wo ...

CCH

CCH company, a tax software company CCH Canadian, CCHs Canadian subsidiary Carolina Classic Hits, an Internet radio station in North Carolina Coca-Cola HBC AG, Coca-Cola Hellenic, or CCH

Giuseppe Covre

Giuseppe Covre was an Italian politician. He was an Oderzo native, born on 3 April 1950 in Fontanelle, Veneto. He was a member of Lega Nord, and represented the party throughout his political career, which began in 1990, when he was elected munic ...

Campbell Lake (Anchorage, Alaska)

Campbell Lake was formed in the late 1950s when Anchorage resident David Alm constructed an earthen dam to block the outflow of Campbell Creek in an effort to create an artificial lake over intertidal wetlands. It is home to several notable Ancho ...

Naval Facility Centerville Beach

In 1958 Naval Facility Centerville Beach was the third Sound Surveillance System shore terminal established on the Pacific coast. The previous year the last of the original Atlantic systems, Naval Facility Barbados, had become operational and the ...

Board

Lumber, or other rigid material, milled or sawn flat Plank wood Sounding board, of a musical instrument Cutting board Hardboard, a type of fiberboard Corrugated fiberboard Paperboard Cardboard paper product Fiberboard Chalkboard Particle board, a ...

Consul (disambiguation)

Consul representative, a representative in one country of the government of another Consul general, the head of a consular mission Roman consul, the highest elected office in ancient Rome

S60

S60 is used to refer to many items, including: Volvo S60 an entry-level luxury sedan Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, NBC dramedy television series S60, a district in the S postcode area for parts of Rotherham, South Yorkshire INS Sindhukesari S60, ...

Double-double (disambiguation)

A double-double typically refers to a basketball player accumulating double digits in two of a certain five statistical categories in a single game; see Double-double. It may also refer to: Double-Double, a type of cheeseburger from In-N-Out Burg ...

Semaphore (disambiguation)

Turning semaphore or trafficators, retractable arms to indicate turns on automobiles from the 1920s to 1950s Semaphore programming, in computer science, a mechanism for supporting mutual exclusion in concurrent programs Semaphore software, a cont ...

S80

Sikorsky S-80, a 1981 large and heavy helicopter Soviet submarine S-80, a 1950 attack diesel submarine of the Soviet Navy S-80-class submarine, AIP submarines of the Spanish Navy

Fast Eddie

Edward Davenport fraudster born 1966, convicted English fraudster Eddie Clarke 1950–2018, English guitarist and former member of Motorhead Edward Dostaler, Canadian charity runner Eddie Johnson basketball, born 1955, American retired basketball p ...

4th Fighter Aviation Division (Peoples Liberation Army Air Force)

The 4th Fighter Aviation Division is a unit of the Chinese Peoples Liberation Army Air Force. Initially established in 1950, it served in Korea under Commander Fang Ziyi and Commissar Ye Songsheng, flying Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15s. It ended its th ...

Joseph von Baader

Joseph von Baader was a German engineer and medical doctor, chiefly known for his role as a pioneer of railway transport in Bavaria, alongside Joseph Anton von Maffei and Theodor von Cramer-Klett. He was the brother of mining engineer and Catholi ...

Mechanical Workshops Wilhelm Albrecht

The Mechanical Workshops Wilhelm Albrecht were founded in 1926 by the innovator, engineer, and entrepreneur Wilhelm Albrecht in Berlin-Tempelhof. The logo he designed became an internationally known trademark for complete device systems for image ...

Suzie Q

Suzy Q, a 1999 Dutch film starring Carice van Houten Suzie Q manga, a fictional character from Part 2 of the Japanese manga JoJos Bizarre Adventure: Battle Tendency Susie Q, a nickname for Susan Delfino Teri Hatcher on the TV show Desperate House ...

Testarossa (disambiguation)

Testarossa or Testa rossa may refer to: Testarossa album, a 2016 album by Yoni & Geti Testarossa”, a dubstep song by Pantyraid "Testarossa", a song by Sir Mix-a-Lot from Mack Daddy Ferrari Testarossa, an Italian sports car from the 1980s and 90s ...

Winter Song

Winter Song, by Roberta Gellis 1982 Winter Song, a 1992 book of poems by Georgina Battiscombe Ziemos daina English: Winter song, a poem suite by Henrikas Radauskas Winter Song, by James Hanley 1950