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Jete Nahi Dibo (film)

The" Docu-Feature” is narrated from Abir played by Sudip Sarkar and Ushahis played by Swastika Dutta perspective, who portrays in the film to be very close to Uttam Kumar throughout 70s era until his death. They spent several hours with Uttam Kum ...

Ravi Jaipuria

Ravi Jaipuria is an Indian billionaire and chairman of RJ Corp. He owns fast-food outfit Devyani International, a franchisee for brands such as KFC, Pizza Hut, Costa Coffee and TWG Tea. He is referred to as Indias cola king. His company, Varun Be ...

Ally

Ally, Cantal, a commune in the Cantal department in south-central France Ally, County Tyrone, a townland in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland Ally, Haute-Loire, a commune in the Haute-Loire department in south-central France

Christus Dolens (Bramantino)

Christus Dolens or Christ as the Man of Sorrows is a painting in tempera on panel of c. 1490 by Bramantino in the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza in Madrid, which acquired it in 1937 from Countess Teresa Soranza-Mocenigo. A similar work by Bramantino is ...

Drosanthemum quadratum

Drosanthemum quadratum is a succulent plant in the ice plant family, Aizoaceae, indigenous to the Overberg region of the Western Cape Province, South Africa.

B. L. Santhosh

Bommarabettu Laxmijanardhana Santhosh is a social worker and politician from Bharatiya Janata Party, currently serving as the General Secretary of the party, the second most important office within BJP, from July 2019. Santhosh worked as BJPs Gen ...

Dollhouse (book)

Dollhouse is a 2011 novel written by Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, and Kourtney Kardashian. The semi-autobiographical novel tells the story of the Romero sisters: Kamille, Kassidy, and Kyle. It was released on November 15, 2011. The novel is ...

Psalm (disambiguation)

Psalms is a book of the Hebrew Bible and the Christian Old Testament. Psalm may also refer to: Psalms I, II, III, three commentaries by Mitchell Dahood Psalm West, youngest son of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian

Kris (TV series)

Kris, also known as Kris Jenner Show, is a former talk show broadcast on the Fox network hosted by Kris Jenner. It premiered on July 15, 2013 on Fox stations in Los Angeles; New York City; Charlotte, North Carolina; Dallas, Texas; Minneapolis, Mi ...

Overland Trails (film)

Overland Trails is a 1948 American Western film directed by Lambert Hillyer and written by Adele Buffington. The film stars Johnny Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton, Virginia Belmont, Bill Kennedy, Virginia Carroll and Mike Ragan. The film was released ...

Embodiment

Embodied knowledge, a.k.a. tacit knowledge Embodied cognition, a theory that many aspects of cognition are shaped by the body Embodied cognitive science, seeks to explain the mechanisms underlying intelligent behavior Embodied imagination, a ther ...

Orange Book

Orange Book may refer to: We Can Conquer Unemployment, 1929 manifesto by David Lloyd George and the Liberal Party One of the compact disc standards collections in the Rainbow Books series The IUPAC Compendium of Analytical Nomenclature informally ...

Marmalade (disambiguation)

Marmalade Records "Marmalade" song, a 2017 song by Macklemore featuring Lil Yachty "Marmalade", a 1998 song by System of a Down from their album System of a Down Marmalade band, a Scottish pop music group

GJR

Guelph Junction Railway, in Guelph, Ontario, Canada Grand Junction Railway Ontario, a defunct railway company in Canada Grand Junction Railway, an early railway company in England Grand Junction Railroad, in the Boston, Massachusetts, area Gjogur ...

Estadio da Nora

Estadio da Nora is a football stadium located in the parish of Ferreiras, municipality of Albufeira, Portugal. It is currently managed and used by FC Ferreiras, which competes in the Algarve 1st District Division championship.

Black Horse

A black horse is an equine coat color. Black Horse and Blackhorse may refer to: Black Horse legend, a traditional story from French Canada Black Horse, Pennsylvania, an unincorporated community Black Horse, New Jersey, a community in the United S ...

CCX

CCX may mean: Cisco Compatible EXtensions, a specification for 802.11 wireless LAN chip manufacturers Chicago Climate Exchange, North American greenhouse gas reduction and trading system Koenigsegg CCX, a sports car CCX, the Australian Stock Exch ...

Remy

Pont-Remy, a French commune in Picardie Remy River, a tributary of riviere du Gouffre in Saint-Urbain, Quebec, Canada Remy, Oklahoma, USA Saint-Remy disambiguation, the name of numerous French communes Remy, a French commune in Pas-de-Calais Remy ...

Luk

Luk or Loke is the Cantonese romanization of several but not all Chinese surnames that are romanized as Lu in Mandarin. It may refer to: Lu surname 陆 Lu surname 逯 Lu surname 鹿 Lu surname 禄

Oerlikon

OC Oerlikon former Unaxis, a Swiss technology conglomerate, or one of its business units Oerlikon Solar Oerlikon Balzers Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum Oerlikon 35 mm twin cannon, an anti-aircraft cannon Oerlikon-Buhrle, a company in Zurich, Switzerland ...

VZ

Vz or VZ may refer to: Businesses and brands: Toyota VZ engine A series of V6 engines MyTravel Airways former airline, IATA code VZ Holden VZ Commodore, a model of GM Holdens Commodore produced from 2004 to 2006 Verizon Communications NYSE stock ...

Bye Baby

"Bye Baby", a song from the 1978 Pain Killer "Bye Baby", a song from the 1949 Broadway musical Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and sung by Marilyn Monroe in the 1953 film "Bye Baby" Madonna song, a song from 1992 album Erotica Bye Baby I Dont Want to Ta ...

Seven Islands

Seven Islands or Seven Isles may refer to: Seven Isles, a fictional archipelago in Narnia the Heptanese islands in Greece, which are also known as the "Seven Islands" in English Seven Islands West Virginia, a group of seven bar islands in West Vi ...

Mehmet Omer Koç

Mehmet Omer Koç is a Turkish businessman, art collector, and chairman of Koç Holding. In 2013, Forbes ranked him as No.1268 richest person in the world with a net worth of Mehmet Omer Koç born March 24, 1962 is a Turkish businessman, art collecto ...

Bicycle Music Company

Bicycle Music Company was a music publishing company founded independently, and after growing for a number of years was merged with Concord Music Group in 2015. As of 2010, it owned or administered over 12.000 works from songwriters.

Centenera (disambiguation)

Centenera is a municipality located in the province of Guadalajara, Castile-La Mancha, Spain. Centenera may also refer to: Centenera de Andaluz, a municipality located in the province of Soria, Castile and Leon, Spain. Centenera Fabrica Sudameric ...

Atos (disambiguation)

Atos is a French multinational technology company headquartered in Bezons, France. Atos may also refer to: ATOS, a readability formula that is part of the Accelerated Reader software Atossa Genetics, a Seattle-based healthcare firm with the NASDA ...

Druva

Druva Inc. is a privately held software company based in Sunnyvale, California. The company provides SaaS-based data protection and management products for companies and government agencies. Druva products aggregate enterprise data from endpoints ...

Central Eastside, Portland, Oregon

The Central Eastside is a subdistrict in Portland, Oregon, United States. It is situated in Southeast Portland along the east bank of the Willamette River and makes up a part of Portlands Central City district.

Rangitata Diversion Race

The Rangitata Diversion Race or RDR is a combined irrigation and power generation scheme that diverts water from the Rangitata River to irrigate over 100.000 hectares of farmland in Mid-Canterbury, New Zealand.The RDR project was the first major ...

Bridges Battery Illinois Light Artillery

Bridges Battery Illinois Light Artillery was an artillery battery from Illinois that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. Organized on 17 June 1861 as Company G, 19th Illinois Infantry Regiment, it was detached as an independen ...

Krosno Glassware

Krosno Glass S.A., commonly known as Krosno, is a glassware and crystalware company from Poland. It has been in operation since 1923 and specializes in the production of high-quality glass accessories or liquid vessels such as jugs, vases, carafe ...

The Lancastrian Volunteers

The Lancastrian Volunteers were first formed in 1967 after the 1966 Defence White Paper. The battalion was formed from the Territorial Army battalions of the Lancastrian Brigade. The regiment had the following structure upon formation: B Kings Re ...

Radio News Hub

Radio News Hub is a provider of news bulletins for radio stations based in the United Kingdom. The company, which has its head office in Leeds, West Yorkshire, provides 60 second and 120 second bulletins for English speaking radio stations both i ...

Cloud Credential Council

The Cloud Credential Council is a non-profit association, issuing professional certifications for the information technology industry. The company has been a global provider of vendor-neutral certification programs since its establishment. Its ce ...

Antara Senior Living

Antara Senior Living is an Indian enterprise owned by Max India that runs independent senior living and retirement communities in India. It was established in 2011, and has drawn attention from the Indian media for being among the first organised ...

Foxmoor Casuals

Foxwood Casuals was founded in 1963, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The then 16-store chain was acquired by the Melville Shoe Corporation in late 1968. By 1982, the chain had expanded greatly to a total of 588 stores with sales of $196 million, now ...

Posten

Posten in the three main Nordic languages means The Post and may refer to any of the Swedish, Norwegian, Danish or Finnish state postal companies: Posten på Åland, the postal service of the autonomous Åland Islands of Finland Posten AB, the Swedi ...

Anglia

The medieval Latin name for England, similarly found in several other languages Places settled by the Angles in North Germany Anglia peninsula, original home of the Angles in north Germany in England in the early Middle Ages sometimes and especia ...

MyGate

MyGate is an India-based security and community management app for gated premises, that helps residents to manage guest entries and delivery executives. The company is headquartered in Bangalore and has offices in 13 cities including Mumbai, Bang ...

TRX

TraXion, a defunct Danish railway company Michelin TRX, a car tire Honda TRX250R, an ATV Honda TRX450R, an ATV Nissan Pintara TRX Yamaha TRX850, a sports motorcycle

CNH

CNH may refer to: Comision Nacional de Hidrocarburos Mexico, the National Hydrocarbons Commission California-Nevada-Hawaii District Key Club International, a governing body of Key Club International The ISO 639-3 code for the Hakha Chin language ...

Molesworth

Molesworth Station, New Zealands largest farm Molesworth, Ontario, a community in Southwestern Ontario, Canada Molesworth Street, Wellington, the street where New Zealands Parliament Buildings are located Molesworth crater, a crater on Mars Moles ...

K Dash (talent agency)

K Dash Co.,Ltd. is a Japanese talent agency headquartered in Shibuya, Tokyo. It was founded in 1993 and focuses on talent management for actors, comedians, musical artists and tarento alongside its subsidiary K Dash Stage Co.,Ltd. The main K Dash ...

Oscar Promotion

Oscar Promotion Co.,Ltd is a Japanese talent agency headquartered in Aoyama, Minato, Tokyo. It was founded in 1970 and manages talents in a variety of fields including modelling and acting. The company has a large roster of talents, making it one ...

Maseki Geinosha

Maseki Geinosha Co.,Ltd is a Japanese talent agency headquartered in Minato, Tokyo. It was founded in 1950 and manages talents, with a main focus on comedians. The agency has produced numerous well known comedians such as Utchan Nanchan and are c ...

Cent. Force

cent. Force Co.,Ltd is a Japanese talent agency headquartered in Ebisu, Shibuya, Tokyo. It was founded in 1994 and focuses on talent management for newscasters and tarento. The primary talents the agency holds are free announcers, casters and rep ...

PX

Air Niugini IATA airline code PX Part exchange, a type of contract Praxair stock symbol PX Post exchange, a store operated by the Army and Air Force Exchange Service on US Army posts PX Index, index of the Prague Stock Exchange

Whitewater (disambiguation)

United States Whitewater, Colorado Whitewater, Missouri Whitewater, Indiana Whitewater, Wisconsin White Water, Oklahoma Whitewater, Kansas Whitewater, Montana Whitewater, California University of Wisconsin–Whitewater Whitewater Township disambigu ...

Avanceon

Avanceon is a Pakistani software company based in Lahore, Pakistan. It was founded in 1989 by Bakhtiar Wain. The company is listed on the Pakistan Stock Exchange.