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Sultanpur

Sultanpur may refer to: In India: Sultanpur Lodhi, Punjab, a city The name of the city of Warangal from c. 1323 Sultanpur district in Uttar Pradesh Sultanpur National Park, Haryana, India Sultanpur, Karimnagar, a Gram panchayat in Karimnagar dist ...

Trstenik

Trstenik island, a small island near Korcula, Croatia Trstenik, Zagreb County, a village in the Marija Gorica municipality, Croatia Trstenik, Split, a neighbourhood of the city of Split, Croatia Trstenik, Istria County, a hamlet in the Lanisce mu ...

Lower Town (disambiguation)

Lower Town may refer to: Canada Lower Town or Basse-Ville, in French, a neighbourhood in Quebec City Lower Town, a neighbourhood in Ottawa Croatia Donji grad English: Lower Town, a historic neighbourhood in Zagreb United Kingdom Lower Town, Pembr ...

Upper Town

Upper Town may refer to: England Upper Town, Suffolk Wolsingham Upper Town, Somerset Upper Town, Wiltshire Upper Town, Derbyshire Upper Town, Herefordshire Upper Town, Bradford United States Upper Town, California Upper Towns Cherokee historic Ch ...

Saadatabad (disambiguation)

Saadatabad, Sepidan, a village in Sepidan County Saadatabad, Abadeh, a village in Abadeh County Saadatabad, Khorrambid, a village in Khorrambid County Saadatabad-e Vasat, a village in Marvdasht County Saadatabad-e Sofla, a village in Marvdasht Co ...

Sinchon-dong

Sinchon-dong may refer to: Sinchon-dong, Seoul, a neighbourhood and a judicial dong in Seodaemun-gu in Seoul, South Korea Sinchon-dong, Daejeon, a neighborhood of the Dong-gu, Daejeon, South Korea Sinchon-dong, Cheongju, a neighborhood of the Heu ...

Our Lady of Grace (disambiguation)

Our Lady of Grace is a title of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It may also refer to: England Our Lady of Grace School Prestwich, in Prestwich, Greater Manchester A Roman Catholic church in Chiswick, London, England, in the Archdiocese of Westminster Ma ...

Campo Grande (disambiguation)

Campo Grande is the capital city of the state of Mato Grosso do Sul in Brazil. The name, in Portuguese and Spanish, is translated to Big Field. Campo Grande may also refer to: Campo Grande, Alagoas, a Brazilian municipality in Alagoas state Campo ...

South Hills

South Hills can refer to several places including: South Africa South Hills, Gauteng, a city United States South Hills Village, a neighborhood South Hills Montana a neighborhood in the city of Missoula. South Hills California, a small mountain ra ...

Maale

Maale Mikhmas, Israeli settlement in the Binyamin region of the northern West Bank; Maale Hever, Israeli settlement in the West Bank; Maale Levona, Israeli settlement in the West Bank; Maale HaHamisha, kibbutz in central Israel; Maale Iron, Israe ...

Bnei

Bnei Zion, moshav in Central District Bnei Atzmon, Israeli settlement Bnei Shimon Regional Council, regional council in the northern Negev Bnei Darom, moshav in Central District Bnei Ayish, town in Central District Bnei Reem, moshav in Central Di ...

ZH

ZH may refer to: Language: Zh digraph, a digraph in some languages, such as Albanian, Uyghur Latin script and Chinese pinyin Chinese language ISO 639-1 code: zh, based on a native name of the Chinese language Zhōngwen and a Chinese adjective for ...

Pellegrini

Pellegrini may refer to: Escuela Superior de Comercio Carlos Pellegrini, a High School in Argentina Eleotris pellegrini, species of fish Labeo pellegrini, species of fish Pellegrini, Buenos Aires, a city in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina Carlos ...

Provincial Route 215 (Buenos Aires)

Provincial Route 215 is a 109-kilometre-long highway in the northeast of the Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina that joins the West Channel in the city of Ensenada and the junction with National Route 3 in San Miguel del Monte. In the Ensenada P ...

Pokrovka

Pokrovka may refer to: Pokrovka, Kyrgyzstan, a village in Talas Province Pokrovka, Donetsk Oblast, an urban-type settlement in the Ukraine Bolshaya Pokrovskaya Street, the main street in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia Pokrovka, Russia, the name of multi ...

Harald Schmied

Harald Schmied was the Head of Communication & Fundraising of the Caritas Steiermark and was the founder - together with Mel Young - of the Homeless World Cup. He was married, had two sons and lived in Graz, Austria.

OSM

OSM may refer to: Masonic Order of the Secret Monitor Osmotic avoidance abnormal protein, for example OSM-9 Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal, the Montreal Symphony Orchestra OS-M, a series of spacelaunch rockets from OneSpace Honda OSM, a concep ...

Molesworth Street

There are at least two notable streets called Molesworth Street: Molesworth Street, Dublin, Ireland Molesworth Street, Wellington, New Zealand There are also Molesworth Streets in the following places: Rochdale, England Wadebridge, England New Pl ...

Maria Orosa Street

Maria Orosa Street is a major street that forms the southeastern limit of the Ermita and Malate districts at City of Manila in the Philippines. It stretches across western Metro Manila from San Andres Street in Malate district of Manila to Genera ...

Avia (disambiguation)

Avia shoes, American shoe manufacturer AVIA Russian band, late 1980s Avia, a Czechoslovak aircraft company Avia Vehicles, a Spanish brand of trucks Avia Traffic Company, an airline based in Kyrgyzstan Avia Express, a Swedish charter airline Avia ...

North Broadway Historic District

North Broadway Historic District may refer to: in the United States by state North Broadway Historic District Tupelo, Mississippi, listed on the NRHP in Mississippi North Broadway-Short Street Historic District, Lexington, Kentucky, listed on the ...

General Post Office, Yangon

General Post Office is a colonial-era landmark in Yangon, Myanmar, designated in the Yangon City Heritage List. The building, located on the corner of Bo Aung Kyaw Street and Strand Road in Kyauktada Township, houses the central post office of Ya ...

BSI

BSI may refer to: Body substance isolation Bank Saderat Iran Federal Office for Information Security German: Bundesamt fur Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik BSI Group or British Standards Institution BSI coupling, a railway coupling or couple ...

Ljubina

Ljubina may refer to: Ljubina Bosna, right tributary of Bosna river, Bosnia and Herzegovina Ljubina, Foca, village in Bosnia and Herzegovina Ljubina Jablanica, right tributary of Jablanica river, in Serbia Ljubina, Dvor, village in Croatia. Ljubi ...

Mahmoud Mohammad Tabrizi

Starting his career since 1999 with the National Magazine of Comic and Cartoon, he has also authored books and set up solo cartoon exhibitions. he started focusing on drawing the football players since 2001. He organized the first painting exhibi ...

Holm

Holm may refer to: Holm Oak or Quercus ilex, a tree. Also found as a placename element in southern England such as Holmbush Holm surname Holm island, a place-name for islands in areas with Scandinavian influence especially river islets or land bo ...

Street Priests Inc.

Street Priests Inc. is a Calabar, Nigeria-based nonprofit organization, established in 2014, that serves children living and working on the street through volunteerism. It has a vision to transform the lives of street children and turn their pote ...

St. Michaels Catholic Church

St. Michaels Catholic Church Mechanicsburg, Ohio St. Michaels Catholic Church Cuero, Texas, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in De Witt County, Texas St. Michaels Catholic Church Cedar Hill, Tennessee St. Michaels Catholic Churc ...

Rambla

Rambla may refer to: Rambla Just Oliveras Barcelona Metro, station of the Barcelona Metro La Rambla climb, a famously difficult sport climb in Siurana, Catalonia Spain Rambla of Montevideo, the avenue that goes all along the coastline of Montevid ...

Faisalabad–Jaranwala Road

Faisalabad–Jaranwala Road, also known locally as Jaranwala Road is a provincially maintained road in Punjab that extends from Faisalabad to Jaranwala.

Bicycle Trail of the former Borderland

The Bicycle Route of Former Borderland is a Polish bicycle tourist route, traced and marked in 2012. Also known as route No. 465, located entirely in the city of Sosnowiec, the route leads along the former border of Prussia and the Russian partit ...

Streets

Streets are the plural of street, a type of road. Streets or The Streets may also refer to: The Streets, alias of Mike Skinner, a British rapper "Streets" song, a song by Avenged Sevenfold on the album Sounding the Seventh Trumpet Streets ice cre ...

Rock Creek

Rock Creek Lane County, Oregon Rock Creek Medicine Bow River, in Wyoming Rock Creek John Day River, in Oregon Rock Creek British Columbia Rock Creek Wasco County, Oregon Rock Creek Wapsipinicon River, in Iowa Rock Creek Monocacy River, in Pennsyl ...

Second Niger bridge

The Second Niger bridge is a Nigerian Federal Government project that is 1.6 km long and furnished with other ancillary infrastructure including a 10.3 km highway, Owerri interchange and a toll station, expected to be completed in the year 2022. ...

Edwin Etieyibo

Edwin Ekwevukugbe Etieyibo is an Afro-Canadian philosopher dedicated to advancing African philosophy. Etieyibo is a professor of philosophy and chair of the Department of Philosophy at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Afri ...

Scent preservation

Scent preservation, also called smell archiving, is the practice of heritage conservation applied to odor. Some universities have academic and practical research projects in museology and cultural heritage for preserving scent. Aspects of scent p ...

Anti Additive Association

The Anti Additive Association is a Non-profit organization that sets standards, certifies, and labels in order to provide an additive-free food environment. The A.A. also supports and facilitates the work of anti additive and clean label, the con ...

William Finley

William Finley or William Finlay may refer to: William Finley Southern Railway, president of the Southern Railway in the United States, 1906–1913 William A. Finley 1839–1912, president of Oregon State University, 1865–1872 William Finley actor 19 ...

William Steel

William, Willie, Bill or Billy Steel may refer to: Willie Steel 1908–?, Scottish footballer William Gladstone Steel 1854–1934, American conservationist considered by many to be the father of Crater Lake National Park Bill Steel born 1939, British ...

Shui Chuen O

Shui Chuen O, also known as Sugar Loaf Peak, is a 372 metres tall mountain located in Sha Tin, in Hong Kongs New Territories.

Rajendra Singh (disambiguation)

Rajendra Singh is a water conservationist. Rajendra Singh is also the name of: Rajendra Singh Lodha?–2008, Indian chartered accountant Rajendra Singh coast guard born 1959, former Director general of the Indian Coast Guard Rajendra Singh Paroda b ...

Phrynobatrachus njiomock

Phrynobatrachus njiomock is a species of frogs in the family Phrynobatrachidae. It is endemic to Cameroon and is only known from Mount Oku where it occurs near Lake Oku. It has not been observed after 2010 and might already be extinct. The specif ...

Tom Riordan

Tom Riordan is a UK civil servant. He has been CEO of Leeds Council from August 2010, and in May 2020 he agreed to spend 3 months, part-time, leading the UK government covid-19 tracing system.

Abrus sambiranensis

Abrus sambiranensis is endemic to Madagascar, where it is confined to Antsiranana and Mahajanga provinces in the north of the country. It is found from sea level to 500 metres 1.600 ft altitude.

Asilo de la Paz

Asilo de la Paz is a location on Floreana Island in the Galapagos archipelago. It is the site of Floreanas first human settlement, and is now among the islands most popular tourist attractions. The site has a maximum elevation of 450 meters above ...

Introduction of species to Mana Island

The New Zealand Department of Conservation has introduced a number of animal and plant species to Mana Island, near Porirua, New Zealand, as part of an ecological restoration programme, since taking over conservation management of the island in 1 ...

Pochazia shantungensis

Pochazia shantungensis is a species of planthopper in the family Ricaniidae. Another scientific name for it is Ricania shantungensis, more commonly known as the brown winged cicada This species is considered an agricultural and forestry pest. It ...

Inquilinitermes

Inquilinitermes spp. is a genus of Neotropical termites described by Anthony G. Mathews that includes species found exclusively inside nests of another termite species, belonging to the genus Constrictotermes spp. For not being able to build thei ...

Halfweg (disambiguation)

Halfweg is the name of several villages in the Netherlands and a place in South Africa: Halfweg South Holland, located on the Leidsevaart halfway between Leiden and Haarlem Halfweg, North Holland, located on the Haarlemmertrekvaart halfway betwee ...

Janhukut

Janhukut is a mountain of Garhwal Himalaya in Uttarakhand India. Janhukut standing majestically at 6805 meter. Its the 31st highest located entirely within the uttrakhand India. Nanda Devi, is the highest mountain in this category. Janhukut is 47 ...