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Maria Consuelo Puyat-Reyes

Maria Consuelo Baby Gil Puyat-Reyes is a Filipino politician and diplomat. She served as ambassador of the Philippines to Chile and as a congresswoman of Makati from 1987-1992.

Karwan-I-Islami

Karwan-I-Islami is a religious organization established in 2004 in Jammu and Kashmir, India. It is a part of the largest Barelvi organization of the region, with 40 constituents. The organisation is known for its campaigns to ban liquor, and agai ...

Changan (disambiguation)

Changan was the capital of several Chinese dynasties, located on the site of present-day Xian, Shaanxi. Changan or Changan may also refer to: Chang An Airlines, a former Chinese airline that operated between 1993 and 2007 Changan Automobile Group ...

Tsering Dondrup

Tsering Dondrup is a Tibetan author from Malho. Dondrup was born in 1961 to a family of ethnically Mongolian nomadic herders. He is a historian and a major writer in contemporary Tibetan literature.

Jiang Youfeng

Jiang Youfeng also written as Jiang Yufeng, Tsjiang Tsjioeng Feng or Tsjing Yu Fen is a Chinese former long track speed skater, who was active in the 1970s. After having for 5 years no Chinese speed skaters at the World Allround Speed Skating Cha ...

Jade Schaeffer

Jade Schaeffer is a French professional golfer. Schaeffer had success as an amateur and won the European Ladies Amateur Championship in 2005, which also earned her a start at the 2006 Womens British Open. She turned professional in 2006 and won t ...

Lin Fangling

Lin Fangling is a female Chinese badminton player. Lin started to play badminton from the young age of 5 & went to Shanghai Sports School aged 9 to receive advanced training. With her various achievements at the junior level, she was selected in ...

Hebei (disambiguation)

Hebei Subdistrict, Yingkou, in Xishi District, Yingkou, Liaoning Hebei Subdistrict, Gongzhuling, in Gongzhuling, Jilin Hebei Subdistrict, Fuxin, in Haizhou District, Fuxin, Liaoning Hebei Subdistrict, Jiaohe, in Jiaohe, Jilin Hebei Subdistrict, Y ...

Yaakov Avitan

Avitan was born in Ashkelon, the son of the rabbi of Beer Tuvia Regional Council. He attended the Ohel Moshe and Kol Yehuda yeshivas in Bnei Brak and was ordained as a rabbi at the age of 19. He was subsequently appointed rabbi of Beit Shikma and ...

He Dequan

He Dequan is a Chinese engineer specializing in information security. He is an academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and serves as deputy director of the Advisory Committee for State Informatization.

Lindong

Lindong is a town in the Balin Left Banner within the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of the Peoples Republic of China. The township has an area of 1.322.000 mu, and a population of 68.000. The townships administrative code is 150422100000.

Langru

In 2014, according to one police document obtained by Radio Free Asia, any Uyghur on the police suspect list who failed to present himself or herself to authorities was to have their name "erased from township household registers".

Muji, Xinjiang

Before the Communist takeover, the area was organized as Muji District 木吉區. In 1958, Bayi Commune August 1 Army Day Commune 八一公社 was established. In 1978, Bayi Commune was renamed Muji Commune 木吉公社. In 1984, Muji Commune became Muji To ...

Koxtag

In 1958, Yuejin Commune Leap Forward commune 跃进公社 was created. In 1978, Yuejin Commune was renamed Koxtag Commune Keshitage; 科什塔格公社. In 1984, Koxtag Commune became Koxtag Township 阔什塔格乡. The 2011 Pishan hostage crisis occurred in K ...

Zhuxi

Zhu Xi 朱熹 ; 1130–1200, Chinese philosopher Zhao Zhu Xi 1900–1991, Chinese martial arts grand master Wang Zhuxi 王竹溪 ; 1911–1983, Chinese physicist, educator and philologist

Francesco Grandelli

Grandelli made his professional debut on 23 May 2015, scoring a four-round points decision PTS victory over Marco Iuculano at Pala Hilton Pharma in Ferrara, Italy. He secured two more PTS wins in 2015, against Lorenzo Cali in June and Antonio Spo ...

Employee recognition

Employee recognition involves the timely, informal and/or formal acknowledgement of a person’s behavior, effort or business result that supports the organization’s goals and values, and which exceeds his superior’s normal expectations. Recognitio ...

Manika

Bara Manika Manika, Greece, an ancient town Manika, Kolwezi Manika district, sub-district of Latehar, Jharkhand state, India Manika Block Roshan Manika

Pont Ruzizi II

The Pont Ruzizi I is one of bridges in Bukavu which serves as one of the borders customs between Democratic Republic of Congo in the town of Bukavu and Rwanda in the Cyimbogo region over the Ruzizi River. This bridge is located at the rear of the ...

Benny Mayengani

Bennet Skheto Baloyi known by his stage name Benny Mayengani is a South African Xitsonga singer. He rose to fame following the release of his debut studio album Tiba Ben in 2011.

1932 Washington gubernatorial election

The 1932 Washington gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1932. Democratic nominee Clarence D. Martin defeated Republican nominee John Arthur Gellatly with 57.29% of the vote.

Rostislav

Rostislav I of Kiev Rostislav Mstislavich, 1110–1167, Grand Prince of Kiev from 1154–1167, with intervals Rastislav Nemanjic Rastko, 1174–1235, Grand Prince of Hum 1190–1192, Serb Archbishop 1217–1235 Rostislav Vsevolodovich 1070–1093, Prince of ...

Anka Krizmanic

Anka Krizmanic, also known as Anka Krizmanic-Paulic was a Croatian painter and printmaker, and later scientific illustrator. She was active between 1910–1946.

Penny Lane (disambiguation)

Penny Lane Guantanamo, Penny Lane, was the informal name for a CIA site on the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base Penny Lane Mall, a mall that operated in Calgary from 1973 to 2006 Penny Lane, Liverpool, a street in the English city of Liverpool

Claritzel Miyares

Claritzel born in Holguin on February 11, 1982. She comes from a musician family, learning basics from her uncle Eduardo Miyares pianist and brother Carlos Miyares, winner of a Grammy award in 2010 with the Afrocuban Messengers of maestro Chuchos ...

Stealing Home (disambiguation)

Stealing home most commonly refers to: Stolen base, a type of play in the game of baseball Stealing Home or Stealin Home may also refer to: Stealing Home, a 1988 movie starring Mark Harmon and Jodie Foster Stealing Home 2001 film, a 2001 document ...

Star people

Star people may refer to: Star people New Age belief, individuals who believe they might have originated from another world, dimension, or planet Extraterrestrial life Literature The Eldar, an elven race in J. R. R. Tolkiens Sundering of the Elve ...

Peter Herda

Peter Herda is a Slovak former footballer. He played for Slavia Prague, Slovan Bratislava, RH Cheb, Charleloi and Bourges. Herda played once for the Czechoslovakia national side. He is a member of the Klubu ligovych kanonyru after scoring more th ...

PPV

Police Pursuit Vehicles, the most common police vehicles in the United States and Canada People Powered Vehicle, a human-powered vehicle from 1970 Pay-per-view on cable or satellite television

Ondeej Kysilka

Ondeej started with soft-tip darts at the age of 14, did not play steel darts until 18 and started to compete in them in 2018. He is the double champion of soft-tip Extraleague with Victoria Radim team. With DC Zraloci Cerhenice team, he is doubl ...

Battalion (disambiguation)

A battalion is a military unit of several hundred soldiers. Battalion may also refer to: Battalion comics, a number of characters in comics Battalion 2015 film, a 2015 Russian film Battalion 1927 film, a silent Czech film The Battalion, the stude ...

Kensington, Whangārei

Kensington is a suburb of Whangārei, in Northland Region, New Zealand. It is about 2 kilometres north of the city centre. State Highway 1 runs through Kensington, The Western Hills form a boundary on the west, and Hātea River on the east. Whangar ...

Mairtown

Mairtown is a suburb of Whangārei, in Northland Region, New Zealand. It is about 2 kilometres north of the city centre. Mair Park runs between Mairtown and the Hātea River. The area is named for the early settler Mair Family, including Gilbert Ma ...

Rapier (disambiguation)

Rapier comics, a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe

List of ambassadors of Israel to Denmark

Carmi Gillon 2001 - 2003 Benny Dagan 2017 - Avraham Setton 1995 - 1999 Yitzhak Eldan 1999 - 2001 Esther Herlits 1966 - 1971 David Walzer 2004 - 2008 Yosefh Hadass 1981 - 1983 Arthur Avnon 2008 - 2013 Raanan Sivan 1978 - 1981 Minister Harry Beilin ...

Scars (Lukas Graham song)

Scars is a song by Danish pop and soul band Lukas Graham. It was released on 20 March 2020 by Copenhagen Records and Then We Take the World. The song was written by Gregory Hein, James Nicholas Bailey, Jimmie Gutch, Lukas Forchhammer and Morten R ...

Waheeda Rehman filmography

Waheeda Rehman is an Indian actress and dancer who has appeared in mainly Hindi films, as well as Telugu, Tamil, Bengali and Malayalam films. She is noted for her contributions to different genres of films and different roles from the 1950s, 1960 ...

Self-portrait (disambiguation)

Self-Portrait Durer, Madrid Self-portrait David Self-Portrait Giovanni Bellini Self-portrait by Judith Leyster Self-Portrait Jordaens Self-Portrait Lampi Self-Portrait Artemisia Gentileschi Self-portrait Tartaglia Self Portrait Kramskoi Self-Port ...

William Worthington

William Worthington may refer to: William H. Worthington 1828–1862, American farmer, lawyer, and military officer William Worthington actor 1872–1941, American silent film actor and director William Chesley Worthington 1903–2002, editor of The Pr ...

The Last of the Carnabys

The Last of the Carnabys is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by William Parke and starring Gladys Hulette, William Parke Jr. and Eugenie Woodward.

Greg Smith (Nevada politician)

In 2018, Smith unsuccessfully ran in the Democratic primary for the Washoe County Commission seat representing the 5th district. On March 14, 2019, Michael Sprinkle resigned his seat in the Nevada Assembly because of sexual harassment claims. On ...

Alexis Hansen

Alexis M. Hansen is an American politician, currently serving as a member of the Nevada Assembly from the 32nd district.Hansen

Daniel Fox

Daniel Fox may refer to: Dan Fox American football born 1991, American football linebacker Daniel Fox, a contestant in series 6 of the British TV series The X Factor Daniel Fox swimmer born 1994, Australian Paralympic swimmer Daniel Fox chemist 1 ...

America Football Club

America Futebol Clube AM, Manaus America Football Club CE, Fortaleza America Futebol Clube Teofilo Otoni, Teofilo Otoni America Futebol Clube AC, Rio Branco America Futebol Clube SP, São Jose do Rio Preto America Football Club PR, Curitiba Americ ...

Deportivo

Deportivo Quito, an Ecuadorian football club Club Deportivo Chivas USA, an American football club Deportivo Lara, a Venezuelan football club Deportivo Tachira, a Venezuelan football club Deportivo Azogues, an Ecuadorian football club Deportivo Al ...

Ami Faku

At the age of 6, Ami Faku had developed a strong love for music. She started singing at a house church which her father pastored and is influenced by church, reggae, hip hop. Ami started recording music early 2012 where her producer only lived a ...

Wendell Steavenson

Wendell Steavenson is an American journalist, and writer. She was a 2014 Nieman Fellow. Her work appeared in The New Yorker, Financial Times, Guardian, Prospect magazine, Slate, and Granta.

Village (album)

Village is an album by American jazz trumpeter Wallace Roney which was recorded in late 1996 and released on the Warner Bros. label the following year.

Prototype (Wallace Roney album)

On All About Jazz, John Kelman noted "Roney has chosen a starting point for his music - that of the transitional Miles period of Nefertiti through Filles de Kilimanjaro - and steadfastly evolved the idea, incorporating contemporary technologies a ...

Dango (disambiguation)

Dango is a Japanese rice-based dumpling. Dango may additionally refer to: Dango, a derogatory term used by go players internationally referring to an inefficient, dumpling-like cluster of stones in a go game Dango, a font used within the 1998 Win ...