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Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral

Cathedral of Our Lady of Lourdes or Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral may refer to: Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral, Florencia, Colombia Cathedral of Our Lady of Lourdes Canela, Brazil Our Lady of Lourdes Metropolitan Cathedral, Thrissur Our Lady of Lo ...

Abhi Tou Main Jawan Hoon

Abhi Tou Main Jawan Hoon i s a 2013 Pakistani tele-film directed by Nadeem Beyg, written by Vasay Chaudary. The tele-film stars Mikaal Zulfiqar and Ayesha Khan in lead roles. The film is a remake of old classic of the same name released in 1978 s ...

Janu

Janu may refer to one of the following: A term of endearment in multiple South Asian languages used to mean "my love" or "dear." Derived from the Hindi/Urdu word "jaaan," which literally means life. Jan itself is derived from a Turkish word Can T ...

Chakkal

Chakkal Punjabi: ਚੱਕਲ or Chakal is a Jat clan. People with following surname are inhabitants of Punjab region in India. Population concentration in the Punjab region tells that they are mostly inhabitants of Malwa region of Punjab and are mainly ...

Baba Deen Mohammad Shaikh

Deen Mohammad Shaikh was born in 1942 in a Hindu family and converted to Islam in 1989. After his conversion to Islam, he became a Muslim missionary to Hindus of Sindh province of Pakistan. Shaikh is a Muslim missionary from Matli in Badin Distri ...

Lakshmipur-3

Lakshmipur-3 is a constituency represented in the Jatiya Sangsad of Bangladesh since 2014 by A.K.M. Shahjahan Kamal of Awami League.

Angel on My Shoulder

Angel on My Shoulder may refer to: Angel on My Shoulder, autobiography of singer Natalie Cole Angel on My Shoulder 1980 film, 1980 TV movie starring Peter Strauss Angel on My Shoulder film, 1946 film starring Paul Muni

Andreas Brugger

With his twin brother Xaver, Andreas Brugger was born in 1737, the child of Josef and Theresia Brugger, in today’s Kressbronn on the Lake of Constance. The boys were baptized in the parish church of Gattnau. In 1749 Andreas began a six-year appre ...

Colegio Villa Maria (Peru)

Villa Maria School is Peruvian-American co-education private school for women located in the city of Lima, Peru. It is of Catholic institution ran by the Congregation of the Servant Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, with origin in Pennsylv ...

Clara Isabel Di Tella

Clara Isabel Di Tella is an Argentine fencer. In 2019 she won one of the bronze medals in the womens epee event at the 2019 Pan American Games held in Lima, Peru. In 2010 she competed in the cadet female epee event at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympi ...

St. Sebastians Church

St. Sebastians Church, Chemmakkad of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Quilon St Sebastians Church, Neyyassery St. Sebastians Syro-Malabar Catholic Church, Udayamperoor St. Sebastians Church, Dilshad Garden St. Sebastian Church, Papanasam St. Sebasti ...

R (Indic)

R is a vowel symbol, or vocalic consonant, of Indic abugidas. In modern Indic scripts, R is derived from the early "Ashoka" Brahmi letter after having gone through the Gupta letter. As an Indic vowel, R comes in two normally distinct forms: 1) as ...

R (Indic)

R is a vowel-like letter of Indic abugidas, often referred to as a "vocalic R̄". In modern Indic scripts, R is derived from the early "Ashoka" Brahmi letter. As an ostensible Indic vowel, R comes in two normally distinct forms: 1) as an independe ...

L (Indic)

L or Vocalic L is a vowel symbol of Indic abugidas. In modern Indic scripts, L is derived from the early "Ashoka" Brahmi letter. As an Indic vowel, L comes in two normally distinct forms: 1) as an independent letter, and 2) as a sign for modifyin ...

Tutong

Tutong may refer to: Tutong District, Brunei Tutong language, a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken by the Tutong Tutong town, the administrative town of the Tutong District Tutong people, the main ethnic group in the Tutong District Bisaya languag ...

Pag-ibig ang Hihilom sa Daigdig

Pag-ibig ang Hihilom sa Daigdig is a song that was released for ABS-CBN on April 3, 2020 and performed by Raizo Chabeldin & Biv de Vera. Aside from We Heal As One that was released a week ago, the song inspires all the Filipinos to spread love an ...

The Good Son

The Good Son may refer to: The Good Son 1998 film, a short film by Sean McGuire The Good Son album, a 1990 album by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds "The Good Son" Frasier, the first episode of the TV series Frasier The Good Son: The Life of Ray Boom ...

Graceland (disambiguation)

Graceland, Missouri, an unincorporated community Graceland Cemetery Washington, D.C. Graceland Cemetery in Chicago, Illinois Graceland Elkins, West Virginia, an historic house

Pearl of the Philippines

Pearl of the Philippines may refer to: Mutya ng Pilipinas, a beauty pageant held annually in the Philippines Pearl of Lao Tzu, the largest known pearl in the world; found in the Palawan sea

Assumption Convent

Assumption Convent may refer to: Convent of the Assumption, a school in Sidmouth, Devon, England Our Lady of the Assumption Convent, Warwick, a former Roman Catholic convent in Warwick, Australia Assumption Convent, other name of Assumption Iloil ...

Santa Cruz Church

Santa Cruz Church or Church of Santa Cruz may refer to: Church of Santa Cruz Santa Cruz, Chile, a church in Santa Cruz, Chile Church of Santa Cruz Lagoa, a municipality of Lagoa, the Azores Santa Cruz Church Laguna or Immaculate Conception Parish ...

Security Consultancy Wing

The Security Consultancy Wing is a consultancy wing of the Central Industrial Security Force in India, responsible for providing consultancy services to both public and private enterprises in the fields of security and fire safety. The CISF recei ...

Gaius Vibius Maximus

Gaius Vibius Maximus was an eques active during the reign of the emperors Domitian, Nerva and Trajan. His appointments include prefect of Roman Egypt. Maximus was also a figure in literary circles, and said to have written a history that has not ...

Suettia gens

The gens Suettia or Suetia was an obscure plebeian family at ancient Rome. Members of this gens are mentioned in the time of Cicero, but none of them achieved any of the higher offices of the Roman state.

Suilia gens

The gens Suillia, occasionally written Suilia, was a minor plebeian family at ancient Rome. Members of this gens are first mentioned under the early Empire. The first of the Suillii to obtain the consulship was Publius Suillius Rufus, early in th ...

Nymphaion

Nymphaion can refer to: Nymphaion cave, a cave where worshipers of Pan went. Nymphaeum, a type of monument in Antiquity Nymphaion Ionia, an ancient Greek colony in western Anatolia Nymphaeum Illyria, an ancient Greek colony in Illyria Nymphaeum C ...

Vladimir Olderogge

Vladimir Alexandrovich Olderogge was a Russian and Soviet military leader. He was commander of the Eastern Front of the Red Army.

Immaculate Heart of Mary (disambiguation)

Immaculate Heart of Mary, Sacred Heart of Mary, or variations with Church or School may refer to: Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church in Papaikou, a Roman Catholic church in Papaikou, Hawaii Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Kemerovo, Kuzbass ...

Jagodne

Jagodne may refer to the following places: Jagodne, Lukow County in Lublin Voivodeship east Poland Jagodne, also known as Bredūnai, Nesterov in Kaliningrad Oblast Lithuania Minor Jagodne, Chelm County in Lublin Voivodeship east Poland Jagodne, Si ...

Zheleznogorsk

Zheleznogorsk is the name of several populated places in Russia, and may refer to: Zheleznogorsk-Ilimsky, a town and administrative center of Nizhneilimsky District in Irkutsk Oblast Zheleznogorsky District, an administrative and municipal distri ...

Caliprobola speciosa

For terms see Morphology of Diptera Calliprobola speciosa is a large

Sibirsky

Sibirsky, Sibirskaya, or Sibirskoye may refer to: Sibirsky rural locality Sibirskaya, Sibirskoye, several rural localities in Russia Sibirsky family, a princely Genghisid family formerly living in Russia Sibirskaya Novosibirsk Metro, a station of ...

Trinity Seminary

Trinity Seminary may refer to: Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary, a Russian Orthodox seminary in New York. Holy Trinity Seminary, a Roman Catholic seminary in Texas. Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, an Evangelical seminary in Illinois. Trinity C ...

Ilarion Radonic

Zarko Radonic was born in Mol, Backa, on 27 August 1871. After graduating from the Gymnasium in Novi Sad, he enrolled in the Faculty of Theology at the Grandes ecoles of Saint Arsenije in Sremski Karlovci and, after graduating, studied law in Ege ...

Parablepharismea

Parablepharismea is a class of free-living marine and brackish anaerobic ciliates that form a major clade of obligate anaerobes within the SAL group, together with the classes Muranotrichea and Armophorea. Parablepharismea are medium to large, el ...

2002 Somaliland municipal elections

Municipal elections were held across Somaliland on 15 December 2002. Six political parties and fielded 2.368 candidates to contest 379 local council seats in nineteen of Somaliland’s twenty-three electoral districts. Prior to these elections, loc ...

AHB

AHB may refer to: Air Historical Branch, the historical archive service of the Royal Air Force Abha Airport in Abha, Saudi Arabia Al Hilal Bank Automatic Half Barrier, a term used in the UK for a type of level crossing AMBA High-performance Bus, ...

Ark of San Tiziano

The Ark of San Tiziano is a marble tomb attributed to the Sanmicheli studio. Finished in 1505, it is located in the Church of the Saints Cosma and Damiano in Brescia, in the chapel dedicated to these saints.

Diocese of Central Europe

Diocese of Central Europe may refer to: Bulgarian Orthodox Diocese of Western and Central Europe, a diocese eparchy of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Central Europe, former name of the Serbian Orthodox Eparchy of Frankf ...

Church of Our Lady

Church of Our Lady of Laeken, site of the royal crypt, Brussels Church of Our Lady, Melsele Church of Our Lady Kortrijk Church of Our Lady, Bruges Cathedral of Our Lady Antwerp

2009–10 JS Kabylie season

The 2009–10 season was JS Kabylies 40th season in the Algerian top flight, They will be competing in National 1, the Algerian Cup and the Champions League.

James Rowe (football manager)

Rowe was born and grew up in Ipswich, Suffolk. He attended St Josephs College. In his youth he played for Luton Town and Charlton Athletic. After being released as a youngster by Charlton, Rowe started his senior playing career at age 18 with Ilk ...

Sheikh Rumani Ba Alawi

Sheikh Rumani Ba Alawi Masjid is a small mosque found in the historical Hamar Weyne district in Mogadishu.

Madhya

Madhya Bharat, a former state of India Madhya Kailash, a location in the state of Tamil Nadu, India Madhya Majuli, a location in the state of Assam, India Madhya Nepal Municipality, a municipality in Nepal Madhya Pradesh, a state of India

Biseokchigi

Biseokchigi is a traditional Korean game that consist on kicking or throwing an opponents stone to be taken down at a certain distance. It is a game that is widely practiced among children and is called as different names depending on the regions ...

Buck House

Buck House may refer to: in Sri Lanka Buck House, a house of S. Thomas College, Mount Lavinia in the United Kingdom Buckingham Palace, formerly known as Buckingham House Buck House Merton Bank, Douglas, Isle of Man, one of Isle of Mans Registered ...

Battle of Palmyra

Battle of Palmyra may refer to: Palmyra offensive May 2015, a Syrian Civil War battle in which the Islamic State captured Palmyra from the Syrian Government. Battle of Palmyra 273, a battle between the Roman and Palmyrene empires. Palmyra offensi ...

S. japonica

S. japonica may refer to: Spiraea japonica, the Japanese spiraea, a plant species native to Japan, China and Korea Saccharina japonica, the Dashi kombu, a marine brown alga species extensively cultivated in China, Japan and Korea Strioterebrum ja ...

Xindian

Xindian may refer to: Xindian River, river in northern Taiwan Xindian District 新店區, New Taipei, Republic of China Taiwan Xindi Star Trek, collective term for six fictional races in the television series Star Trek: Enterprise

Church of the Holy Ghost

Church of the Holy Ghost or Holy Ghost Catholic Church may refer to: Church of the Holy Ghost, Tallinn, Estonia Church of the Holy Ghost, Bern, Switzerland Church of the Holy Ghost, Midsomer Norton, Somerset, England Holy Ghost Catholic Church Ba ...