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Turi Wari

Turi Wari was a Papua New Guinean politician. He served as a member of the House of Assembly and National Parliament from 1968 until 1977.

Bert Jones (public servant)

John Herbert Jones was an Australian public servant. He spent most of his career in Papua and New Guinea, serving as an official member of the Legislative Council between 1951 and 1953.

Bloody Paniai case

The Bloody Paniai case was a mass shooting by the Indonesian army from 753rd Special Raider Infantry Battalion of Korem 173/Praja Vira Braja of Kodam XVII/Cendrawasih which killed four teenagers and wounded of 17 others in Papua province of Indon ...

Talu Bolt

Bolt was a village official tultul and chief luluai. He contested the North Waghi Open constituency in the 1977 general elections and was elected to the National Parliament, defeating the incumbent MP Kaibelt Diria. However, he was defeated in th ...

Mudbir al-Farun

Mudbir died in September 1918. According to British records, he was succeeded by his brother, Mujbil al Faraun. Mujbil had an elder brother, Mizhir born c. 1878, but he did not become head as his mental incapacity made him unsuitable for this pos ...

List of AFC Asian Cup penalty shoot-outs

Key golden background = scored penalty which ended the shoot-out = missed penalty = scored penalty horizontal line within a list of takers = beginning of the sudden death stage red background = missed penalty which ended the shoot-out grey backgr ...

Death or Glory

Death or Glory may refer to: In music: Death or Glory album, a 1989 heavy metal album by Running Wild Death or Glory?, a 1992 EP by Roy Harper Death or Glory? album, a 1992 album by Roy Harper "Death or Glory", an 1895 military march also known a ...

Ten Commandments (disambiguation)

The Ten Commandments are a set of biblical principles relating to ethics and worship, which play a fundamental role in Judaism and most forms of Christianity. Ten Commandments may also refer to:

Pierre Justin Ouvrie

Pierre Justin Ouvrie or Ouvrie was a French painter and lithographer. He was known as Justin Ouvrie from 1852 onwards.

Anna Maria Anguissola

Francesco Zava, her contemporary, hardly mentions her name. She was likely educated in the art of painting by her older sisters. The first document found dates back to 1574, when her documents are requested, because it is promised to her cousin G ...

Jeanetta Cochrane

Jeanetta Cochrane studied at the Polytechnic School of Art in London. In 1914, she started working at the Central School of Art and Design, nowadays Central Saint Martins, where she taught Dress Design. Alongside her teaching job, she produced co ...

Juan Alonso Villabrille y Ron

His only signed worked is a "Head of Saint Paul", dated 1707. From his will, it is known that he was married twice and had three children; Juan, Antonia, who married the sculptor, Jose Galban, and Tomas, who became a Jesuit priest. There is also ...

La Belle Helene de Constantinople

La Belle Helene de Constantinople is a Middle French chanson de geste of the 14th century combining features of epic, romance and hagiography. It exists in both verse and prose versions. There are three manuscripts in verse and four in prose, inc ...

Nik Zaran

Nik Zaran was a Vincentian actor. Initially a keen sportsman, he mainly played football and cricket while attending the St. Vincent Grammar School. However, his dream was to become an actor. Aged 19 in 1952, Connell came to England, initially joi ...

Willie Stowers

William Frederick Stowers was a Western Samoan politician. He served as a member of the Legislative Assembly from 1948 to 1951.

Asiata Lagolago

Afioga Asiata Lagolago was a Western Samoan politician. He served as Minister for Agriculture between 1961 and 1964, and as a member of the Legislative Assembly from 1957 until his death in early 1973.

Samuel Meredith (Western Samoan politician)

Samuel Hornell Meredith was a Western Samoan businessman and politician. He served as a member of the Legislative Council from 1929 to 1932.

Toleafoa Talitimu

Afioga Toleafoa Talitimu was a Western Samoan songwriter and politician. He was a member of the Legislative Assembly in three spells between 1964 and his death, also serving as Speaker from 1973 until 1975.

Ron Berking

Ronald Gerd Berking was a Western Samoan businessman and politician. He served as a member of the Legislative Assembly from 1979 until his death the following year.

Toomata Lilomaiava Tua

Toomata Lilomaiava Tua was a Western Samoan chief and politician. He served as a member of the Legislative Assembly from 1951 and as Minister of Lands from 1959, holding both roles until his death in 1970.

Lesatele Rapi

Afioga Lesatele Rapi was a Western Samoan chief and politician. He was a member of the Legislative Assembly and served in the cabinet three times between 1967 and his death.

Fatialofa Momoe

Tofa Fatialofa Momoe was a Western Samoan politician. He served as a member of the Legislative Assembly from 1967 until his death, and as Minister for the Post Office, Radio and Broadcasting from 1970 to 1971.

Jacob Helg

Helg was born in Utumapu in 1894, the son of Swiss immigrant Johannes Helg and a Samoan mother. He was educated at the Marist Brothers School in Apia, and later become president of the Samoan branch of the Marist Old Boys Union. He married August ...

Tuatagaloa Leutele Teo

Afioga Tuatagaloa Leutele Teo Satele Simaile was a Western Samoan chief and politician. He served as a member of the Legislative Assembly from 1951 until 1970 and as Minister of Education and Minister of Justice between 1956 and 1967.

Tufuga Fatu

Tauaanae Tufuga Fatuatia was a Western Samoan chief and politician. He served as a member of the Legislative Assembly from 1954 until 1964, and as Minister for Health from 1961 to 1964.

Kayar, Senegal

According to the 2013 census, the population of Kayar numbers around 23.585. From 2002 to 2013, the city experienced a 3.46% growth per annum, therefore, if it has continued to grow at the same rate, an estimate for the 2019 census would be a pop ...

Ana Gallum

Ana Gallum or Nansi Wiggins, was an American planter. She was born in Senegal in Africa and became a victim of the Atlantic slave trade. She is first recorded as a slave of the planter Don Joseph "Job" Wiggins in Florida. She was the slave mistre ...

Theodore Canot

Theodore Canot, was a slave trader and writer of Franco-Florentine origin. Living in Florence, he embarked in 1819 in Livorno for America never to return. From 1820 to 1840, with a talent for language practice and for commerce, he became one of t ...

2020 in Slovenia

March 30 - all public gatherings are banned, and movement is restricted to the municipality of residence with some exceptions. April 18 - the governments starts to ease restrictions on movement due to favourable course of the COVID-19 pandemic, w ...

White Guard

White Guard may refer to: Military arm of the Russian White movement White Guard Finland, part of the White Army during the 1918 Finnish Civil War White movement a loose confederation of Anti-Communist forces in Russia that fought the Bolsheviks, ...

Jack Renton

John Renton, also known as "The White Headhunter", was a Scottish seaman from Orkney who was shipwrecked in 1868 and landed at Maanaoba, a small island on the northern tip of Malaita Island in the Solomon Islands. He became a slave of a bigman na ...

Funeral Song

Funeral Song may refer to: "Funeral Song", by the American rock band Sleater-Kinney from the album One Beat Funeral Song Stravinsky Op.5, written in 1908 in memorial of the death of his teacher Nikolai Rimsky- Korsakov "Parachutes Funeral Song", ...


SBD may refer to: Stanley Black & Decker, the corporation Black & Decker merged with Stanley Works, in 2010 Smart Battery Data, a method for monitoring a rechargeable battery pack sbd "storage based death" or "STONITH Block Devices", a Unix daemo ...

Hanna Yusuf

Hanna Yusuf was born in Somalia in 1992. She grew up in the Netherlands until age 9. Later she and her family migrated to the United Kingdom. Following her degree in French and Spanish at Queen Mary University of London, she received The Guardian ...

2015 in Somaliland

President: Ahmed Mohamed Mohamoud Vice President: Abdirahman Saylici Chief Justice Chairman of the House: Suleiman Mohamoud Adan Yusuf Ismail Ali until 19 April Adan Haji Ali since 19 April Speaker of the House: Abdirahman Mohamed Abdullahi Chief ...

2016 in Somaliland

Ismail Shaqalle until August 15 Chief Justice: Adan Haji Ali Nuh Ismail Tani since August 15 Chairman of the House: Suleiman Mohamoud Adan Chief of Staff of Armed Forces Speaker of the House: Abdirahman Mohamed Abdullahi Vice President: Abdirahma ...

Ahmed Hassan Awke

Ahmed Hassan Awke was a veteran Somali journalist, who spent most of his life in the media industry. Awke who is often considered to be one of the best Somali journalists because of his very fluent Somali, and was often used as a favorite comment ...

2019 in Somaliland

Speaker of the Parliament: Bashe Mohamed Farah Chairman of the House: Suleiman Mohamoud Adan Chief Justice: Adan Haji Ali Chief of Staff of Armed Forces: Nuh Ismail Tani Vice President: Abdirahman Saylici President: Muse Bihi Abdi

Sheikh Ali Jimale

Sheikh Ali Jimale Barale, Beledweyne branch. From 1946 to 1955 he served, several times, as Secretary of the local branch of the party in Beledweyne

Lost Boys

The Lost Boy memoir, a 1997 book depicting the life of Dave Pelzer Lost Boys novel, a 1992 book by Orson Scott Card The Lost Boy novella, a 1937 work by Thomas Wolfe Lost Boy musical, 2014 musical by Phil Willmott Lost Boys Peter Pan, characters ...

Alfred Smith

Alf Smith footballer, born 1880 1880–1957, English footballer for Stoke Alfred A. Smith, American National Soccer Hall of Fame inductee Alfred Smith cricketer, born 1847 1847–1915, English cricketer Alf Smith rugby league, Australian rugby league ...

Adjua Gyapiaba

Adjua Gyapiaba, also known as Ajua Japiaba, Api-jaba and Afi Jaba, was a woman from Elmina in contemporary Ghana, who after a heated argument with a fellow Elminan was expelled by the Dutch colonial authorities to Suriname, where she eventually a ...


Jenny orangutan, an orangutan in the London Zoo in the 1830s Jenny gorilla, the oldest gorilla in captivity at the time of her death at age 55 Jenny donkey, a female donkey

Kiss of Death

Kiss of Death may refer to: Kiss of death mafia, a Mafia signal that someone has been marked for execution Kiss of Judas, Judass betrayal of Jesus with a kiss identifying him to his executioners

The Weakest Link (Taiwan)

Weakest Link 智者生存 was the Taiwanese edition of the UK show The Weakest Link, presented by Taiwanese actress and reality host Belle Yu, who was followed by Taiwanese author Tseng Yang Qing. The Chinese title of the show is a word play of Chine ...

Dance of Death (1979 film)

Dance of Death is a 1979 Taiwanese martial arts film directed by Chen Chi-hwa, with action direction by Jackie Chan, and starring Angela Mao and Dean Shek.

Herman Lupogo

Herman Cornel Lupogo was a Tanzanian military officer and government administrator. After graduating from Makerere University, he enlisted in the Tanzania Peoples Defence Force in 1965. He held various positions in the army, including head of the ...

2020 in Thailand

The year 2020 is the 239th year of the Rattanakosin Kingdom of Thailand. It is the fifth year in the reign of King Vajiralongkorn, and is reckoned as year 2563 in the Buddhist Era.

Walhalla Cemetery

The Walhalla Cemetery is a cemetery near Atakpame in Togo. The cemetery contains a single Commonwealth War Graves Commission gravestone, that of Lieutenant George Masterman Thompson of the 1st Battalion Royal Scots. Thompsons death in the Togolan ...

Lupeti Finau

Lupeti Finau was a Tongan civil servant and politician. He served as a member of the Legislative Assembly from 1978 until his death the following year.