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Hythe

Hythe, Kent, a small town near Folkestone Hythe UK Parliament constituency The Hythe, Essex, part of Colchester Hythe, Hampshire, a village near Southampton Small Hythe, a hamlet near Tenterden in Kent Hythe End, a village, now part of Staines Eg ...

B95

B95 may refer to: Sicilian Defence, Najdorf Variation, according to the list of chess openings B95, a postcode district in the B postcode area of the United Kingdom A model of Berkeley Cars produced in 1959 and 1960 Fossickers Way, a road in New ...

WOW FM

WOW FM could refer to: KWQW, a radio station branded as "WOW-FM" 98.3 FM licensed to Boone, Iowa, United States Wow FM 103.5, a radio station DXRV-FM, 103.5 FM licensed to Davao City, Philippines DWKY, a radio station branded as "91.5 Energy FM" ...

Zonder

Zonder may refer to: Mark Zonder born 1958, the drummer of American heavy-metal band Warlord Zonder Ernst, sitcom made for and aired in the 1990s by Dutch broadcasting organization NCRV Orkest Zonder Naam Nameless Orchestra was the orchestra of t ...

GMO (disambiguation)

A GMO is a genetically modified organism. GMO may also refer to: Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo & Co. LLC "GMO", a Boston-based asset management firm led by Jeremy Grantham Gell-Mann–Okubo mass formula in particle physics U.S. Bank Championship in ...

We Looked in the Deaths Face

The film takes place in March 1942. Lieutenant Obrant received the task of organizing a dance group. He found his former students and went with them to the Leningrad Front, where they held their first concert.

Lenny the Lion

Lenny the Lion may refer to: Lenny the Lion, puppet appearing with English ventriloquist Terry Hall Lenny the Lion, ambassador character for childrens diabetes created by Medtronic. Lenny the Lion, character in Dutch/Japanese animated television ...

Wolfie (disambiguation)

Wolfie may refer to: Wolfie band, an indie rock band from Champaign, Illinois Wolfie, a revolutionary, the lead character in the British TV sitcom Citizen Smith Wolfie Arrowverse, a character from Legends of Tomorrow Wolfie, a character from chil ...

"Whispering" Bill Anderson

"Whispering" Bill Anderson is a studio album by American country singer-songwriter Bill Anderson. It was released in June 1974 on MCA Records and was produced by Owen Bradley. The albums only single was the track "Can I Come Home to You". It was ...

Unbalance+Balance

Unbalance+Balance is the fifteenth studio album by Japanese singer Akina Nakamori and first studio album to be released during 1990s. It was released on 22 September 1993 under the MCA Records label The album includes B-side Not Crazy To Me taken ...

I Hope So

I Hope So is the twenty first studio album by Japanese singer Akina Nakamori and second studio album to be released during the 2000s. It was released on 14 May 2003 under the Universal Music Japan label. The album includes lead single "Days". The ...

Sony Channel (Russia)

Sony Channel, or Sony Pictures Television Russia is the Russian branch of international pay television Sony Channel, broadcasting TV shows and movies on air in Russia. Sony Channel provides high-quality television content from Sony Pictures as we ...

To Sir, with Love (disambiguation)

To Sir, with Love may refer to: To Sir, with Love II, a 1996 American television drama film, a sequel to the 1967 film To Sir, with Love, a 1967 British drama film starring Sidney Poitier, adapted from the 1959 novel To Sir, with Love album, the ...

St. Jean Baptiste

"St. Jean Baptiste" is French for John the Baptist. It is used in the names of some churches and places, and two other saints have names derived from him. St. Jean-Baptiste de la Salle, the patron saint of teachers. John Vianney, the patron saint ...

BROS (Canadian musical duo)

BROS is a duo from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, formed in 2014, and featuring brothers Ewan and Shamus Currie, of The Sheepdogs. BROS released their debut album in 2016, entitled Vol. 1. They have been praised for a "funky, sultry sound" that repres ...

Saint-Jean-Baptiste

Saint-Jean-Baptiste may refer to: Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Quebec, a former municipality in the Bas-Saint-Laurent region of Quebec that is now part of Mont-Joli, Quebec Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Quebec City, a neighbourhood of Quebec City Saint-Jean-Bapti ...

Saint-Jean

Saint-Jean, Saint-Jean-du-Sud, Haiti, the main town in the Saint-Jean-du-Sud municipality Saint-Jean-du-Sud, a municipality in the Sud Department of Haiti

GotJ

GOTJ is an acronym that may refer to: GOTJ, an initialism identifying a Grand Officier of the Temple of Jerusalem GOTJ a member of the Knights Templar or Ordo Supremus Militaris Templi Hierosolymitani This rank of Knighthood is equivalent to a Co ...

Ramapir Temple Tando Allahyar

The Rama Pir Mandir is a temple of Ramdev Pir in Tando Allahyar. Some preliminary reflections related to its History, Architecture & Symbolism. The temple of Rama Pir is one of the third largest pilgrimage sites for the Hindus in Sindh. Every yea ...

The Christmas Tree (1966 film)

The Christmas Tree is a 1966 British childrens adventure film about getting a Christmas tree to a London hospital for Christmas. It follows their escapades such as the difficulties in getting the tree inside a public bus, on the back of a jeep, a ...

Fraternal

Fraternal may refer to: Fraternal order, a fraternity organised as an order Fraternal Day, a legal holiday in the state of Alabama in the United States Fraternal correction, the admonishing of ones neighbor by a private individual with the purpos ...

Lynn Anderson albums discography

The albums discography of American country music artist Lynn Anderson contains 35 studio albums, 21 compilation albums, two live albums, two video albums and three extended plays. She signed her first recording contract in 1966 with Chart Records ...

Board of Trade Building

Board of Trade Building is the name of several buildings, including: Canada Board of Trade Building Victoria, British Columbia Toronto Board of Trade Building, Toronto, Ontario United States Board of Trade Building Duluth, Minnesota, one of Dulut ...

Bank One Center

Bank One Center may refer to: Bank One Center Houston, a building in Texas Bank One Center Charleston, one of the tallest buildings in Charleston, West Virginia

Robert E. Lee Hotel

Robert E. Lee Hotel or Hotel Robert E. Lee or variations may refer to: Robert E. Lee Hotel St. Louis, Missouri, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in St. Louis County, Missouri Hotel Robert E. Lee Winston-Salem, North Carolina, on ...

Swimming at the 2002 Commonwealth Games – Mens 100 metre breaststroke

The Mens 100 metre breaststroke event at the 2002 Commonwealth Games took place between 31 July 2002 and 1 August 2002 at Manchester Aquatics Centre.

Reproductive interference

Reproductive interference is the interaction between individuals of different species during mate acquisition that leads to a reduction of fitness in one or more of the individuals involved. These interactions occur when individuals make mistakes ...

Ultrasonic algae control

Ultrasonic Algae Control is a technology that helps control algae and biofouling in lakes, reservoirs, and industrial applications by using ultrasonic wave signals to destroy the algae cell structure within.

Taishan

Taishan may refer to: Taishan, Guangdong 台山市, a county-level city of Jiangmen, Guangdong, China Mount Tai or Taishan 泰山, Shandong, China Greater Taishan Region 台山地区, a region in Guangdong consisting of the cities of Taishan, Kaiping, Xin ...

Eastern Division

Eastern Division or East Division may refer to: East Division High School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States BMT Eastern Division of the New York City Subway

Dylan Vanwelkenhuysen

Dylan Vanwelkenhuysen is a Belgian footballer who plays for K.V.K. Tienen-Hageland and works for Nike in his home country.

Petar Milas

Milas made his professional debut on 8 December 2015, scoring a first-round technical knockout TKO over Marin Zulum at the Joker Gym in Split, Croatia. After compiling a record of 10–0 8 KOs he faced former world title challenger, Kevin Johnson, ...

Jiangsu Suning L.F.C.

Jiangsu Suning Ladies Football Club is a professional football club based in Nanjing, Jiangsu, China. They compete in the Chinese Womens Super League, and their home stadium is Wutaishan Stadium. They have won two league titles.

Atlanta Soul

The Atlanta Soul is a professional womxns ultimate team based in Atlanta, GA which competes in the Premier Ultimate League. The team joined the PUL for the leagues inaugural 2019 season. Their stated mission is to "increase the visibility of fema ...

Passepartout

Passe-Partout III, a large sailing yachts designed by Tony Castro De Marçay Passe-Partout 1920, a small, low-powered single seat sport and touring aircraft Besson MB.35 Passe Partout 1926, a French two-seat spotter and observation floatplane Fren ...

Michel Soalhat

Michel Lãcon Marie Soalhat was a French athlete. He competed in two competitions at the 1906 Intercalated Games. He was killed in World War I.

Gaurav Khanna (badminton)

Gaurav Khanna is an Indian para-badminton head coach from Lucknow. A former national badminton player and the current coach of the Indian Para-badminton team who brings the para-sport scene, passion and dedication to India, and is behind the rise ...

Rossoblù

Rossoblù may refer to several Italian football sides: A.S.C. Potenza A.S. Gubbio 1910 A.C. Lumezzane Genoa C.F.C. Sassari Torres 1903 Bologna F.C. 1909 Montevarchi Calcio Aquila 1902 Valenzana Calcio Modica Calcio F.C. Rieti Taranto Sport A.C. Mo ...

Palasport

by city Nelson Mandela Forum, Florence, Italy, formerly known as Palasport Kioene Arena, Padua, Italy, formerly known as Palasport San Lazzaro Palasport Mario Radi, Cremona, Italy Palasport Biella, Biella, Italy Unipol Arena, Bologna, Italy, form ...

Sudovia

Suwalki Region, region in Poland near the border with Lithuania Suvalkija, one of the five cultural regions of Lithuania Sudovia/Yotvingia, ancient Baltic land inhabited by Sudovians/Yotvingians

Sailing (disambiguation)

Sailing is the practice of navigating a sail-powered craft on water, ice, or land. Sailing or Sailin may also refer to: Sailing sport, an organized sport "Sailing" Birds of a Feather, a television episode

Klaasje Hofstee

Hofstee was born in Scherpenzeel, Weststellingwerf. In the winter of 1926-27 she participated at her first competition in Nijelamer. It was competition for boys and girst until 17 years old. Due to the low number of participates the competition, ...

Jeltje van der Werf

Jeltje van der Werf was a Dutch kortebaanschaatsen speed skater. She skated her first race in 1870 in Dokkum. She won her first race in 1871 in Oudkerk. A week later, she won individually in Oudkerk, and again in Leeuwarden. She won several more ...

Martha Hemminga

Martha Jans Draaisma-Hemminga was a Dutch female kortebaanschaatsen speed skater. In the period of 1917 to 1924 she was one of the best Frisian kortebaan speed skaters. She won a total of 48 first prices.

Baukje de Boer-Veenstra

De Boer was born in Rottevalle. She won her first race when she was 13 years old in Twijzel. She won competitions in Leeuwarden, Twijzel, Grijpskerk, Zoutkamp, Delfzijl, Farmsum, Stadskanaal, Zuidbroek, Bedum, Winschoten, Leek and in many more ot ...

Westridge

Westridge may refer to: In geography: Westridge, British Columbia, a residential neighbourhood in Burnaby, British Columbia in Canada Westridge Shopping Centre Westridge Edmonton, a residential neighbourhood in Edmonton, Alberta Westridge, Rawalp ...

MIAA

MIAA may refer to: Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association, athletic conference of NCAA Division II schools in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association, high school athletic association ...

2019–20 ADO Den Haag season

During the 2019–20 season, ADO Den Haag participated in the Eredivisie and the KNVB Cup. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Eredivisie season was cancelled with ADO Den Haag in 17th place. They were knocked out in the first round of the KNVB Cup, ...

EPSC

EPSC can stand for: The European Process Safety Centre Elasto-Plastic Self-Consistent Modeling European Poker Sport Championship Escola Politecnica Superior de Castelldefels European Political Strategy Centre Excitatory postsynaptic current ICAO ...

Estadio Municipal

Estadio Municipal is a generic name for municipally-owned, -constructed, or -operated sport stadia in Spanish or Portuguese -speaking countries. In Angola: Estadio Municipal de Benguela, in Benguela In Argentina: Estadio Municipal de Comodoro Riv ...