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American language

American language may refer to: Languages of North America, indigenous, former colonial, and immigrant languages spoken in North America Indigenous languages of the Americas, languages spoken by indigenous peoples from North America and South Ame ...

SX

SX, Sx, or sx may refer to: In technology: MAN SX, a range of high mobility tactical trucks NEC SX architecture of supercomputers Betacam SX, a type of videotape for Betacam Parallax SX, a range of micro-controllers made by Ubicom .sx, the countr ...

EPO

EPO publisher, a Belgian publishing company Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra, an American orchestra European Patent Office, the executive body of the European Patent Organisation Hellenic Football Federation Greek: Ελληνική Ποδοσφαιρική Ομοσπονδ ...

Prague Manifesto (disambiguation)

The Prague Manifesto is a 1944 document of several members of the Committee for the Liberation of the Peoples of Russia to overthrow Joseph Stalin and establish a Nazi-allied government in Russia. Prague Manifesto may also refer to: Prague Manife ...

Jawi

Jawi people, an Australian Aboriginal people of the Kimberley coast of Western Australia whose speak or spoke Jawi dialect Jawi dialect, a nearly extinct Australian aboriginal language Australia Asia Jawi Peranakan, a community of a Malay, South ...

Pamir

Pamir may refer to: Geographical features Little Pamir, a high valley in the Wakhan, Afghanistan Great Pamir, a high valley in the Wakhan, on the border of Afghanistan and Tajikistan A pamir valley is a high plateau or valley surrounded by mounta ...

Huh

Huh may refer to: Hung Hom station, a railway station in Hong Kong "HuH" song, a 2010 song by South Korean girl group 4minute Howard University Hospital, in Washington, D.C. Huh disfluency, a non-lexical element in speech Huilliche language, an A ...

Dutch boy

Dutch boy or Dutch Boy may refer to: Dutch Boy Paint, a US brand of paint, and its logo featuring a "Dutch boy" i.e. a boy in traditional, old-fashioned Dutch clothing A fictional story of the little Dutch boy plugging a dike in the novel Hans Br ...

Reformed Dutch Church

There are many Dutch Reformed Churches, and many are called Reformed Dutch Church. These include: Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack High Bridge Reformed Church New Hurley Reformed Church or Reformed Dutch Church of New Hurley New North Reformed ...

Old Mill

The Old Mill, a 1937 Academy Award-winning Silly Symphonies cartoon produced by Walt Disney The Old Mill Pond, a 1936 Academy Award nominated short film directed by Hugh Harman

Old Me (5 Seconds of Summer song)

Old Me is a song by Australian pop rock band 5 Seconds of Summer, released on 21 February 2020 as the fourth single from the bands fourth studio album Calm. The song was written by Luke Hemmings, Ashton Irwin, Alexandra Tamposi, Andrew Wotman, Wi ...

Pano

Pano may refer to: Nondalton Airport, Alaska, with the ICAO code PANO. The character Pano Rodokin from the MAR manga series. Pano Aqil, a taluka administrative division in Pakistan Panorama

Guyana (disambiguation)

Guyana is a country in the Guianas, South America. Guyana, Guiana, or Guayana may refer to: Guiana Island, Antigua and Barbuda Ciudad Guayana, a city in Bolivar State, Venezuela Guyana 1966–1970 French Guiana, an overseas department of France in ...

Yao

Yao or YAO may refer to: Yao language, a Bantu language spoken by the waYao people in Africa Yao Ming, Chinese Basketball All-Star that played for the Houston Rockets Yao people East Africa, people of south-central Africa Yao language Trinidad, a ...

List of Quebec television channels

Quebec is predominantly francophone, with its anglophone minority centred primarily around the city of Montreal. Accordingly, Quebec has only one station affiliated with each of Canadas major English-language broadcast networks. CJNT-DT Citytv CK ...

Fuyu

Fuyu may refer to: Fuyu Kyrgyz language, the easternmost Turkic language Koguryoic languages, also called Fuyu, a group of languages of Korea and Manchuria mentioned in ancient Chinese sources Buyeo kingdom, also called Fuyu

Jilin Provincial Museum

The Jilin Provincial Museum is a first-grade museum in Changchun, Jilin province, China, dedicated to history and art. It is a subordinate unit of the Jilin Province Department of Culture and Tourism.

Made in China (disambiguation)

Made in China is the mark affixed to products manufactured in the Peoples Republic of China. Made in China may also refer to: Made in China 2025, Chinese government plan by the State Council

IDU

Idu or IDU may refer to: Idu, Abuja, a neighbourhood of Abuja, Nigeria Injecting drug user, see Drug injection Idu Mishmi language, the language of the Idu Mishmi people Idu, Iran, a village in Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran Indoor unit of an Aus ...

MHU

Motherhood University, Haridwar district, Uttarakhand, India Maharana Pratap Horticultural University, Karnal district, Haryana, India Mars Hill University, North Carolina

NBF

NBF may refer to: National Bonsai Foundation North Borneo Federation The Naxi language has ISO 639-3 code nbf Norwegian Bowling Federation NetBIOS Frames protocol National Bolshevik Front Nathan Bedford Forrest Notodden Blues Festival National Ba ...

Baoshan

Baoshan may refer to: Baoshan Airport Baoshan, Yunnan 保山市, prefecture-level city Baoshan District, Shanghai 宝山区 Baoshan District, Shuangyashan 宝山区, Heilongjiang Baoshan Road station 宝山路站, Shanghai Metro

Yulong

Yulong may refer to: Yulong Copper Mine Chinese: 玉龙铜矿, a mine of Western Mining Co., Ltd. Yulong Chinese: 宇龙, a Chinese mobile phone maker, a subsidiary of Coolpad Group. Yulong River Chinese: 遇龙河, in Guangxi Yulongsi Formation, in Yunna ...

Baisha

Baisha, Fuchuan County, in Fuchuan Yao Autonomous County, Guangxi Baisha, Nanchuan District, in Nanchuan District, Chongqing Baisha, Gansu, in Qingshui County, Gansu Baisha, Chengdu, in Chengdu, Sichuan Baisha, Luoyang, in Yichuan County, Henan B ...

Yongning

Yongning Township, Chengdu, in Jianyang, Sichuan Yongning Township, Honghe Prefecture, in Luxi County, Yunnan Yongning Township, Wanyuan, in Wanyuan, Sichuan Yongning Township, Ninglang County, in Ninglang Yi Autonomous County, Yunnan

Lingula

Lingula is Latin for "little tongue". It can stand for: Taenia of fourth ventricle the Lingula of cerebellum Lingala language, a Bantu language the Lingula of left lung, one of the segments of the left lung with a tongue-shape In anatomy The Ling ...

Central Flores languages

The Central Flores languages are a subgroup of the Austronesian language family. They are spoken in the central part of Flores, one of the Lesser Sunda Islands in the eastern half of Indonesia. The speech area of the Central Flores languages is b ...

Sarpa

The term Sarpa may refer to any of the following: Sarpa salpa - a species of bream fish Sarpa Kavu - a Hindu sacred place in South India Sarpa - the Sanskrit term for snake/serpent, from which is derived Sarpa Satra - an attempt by Janamejaya to ...

La Granja

La Granja may refer to: La Granja, Chile, a commune in Santiago Province, Santiago Metropolitan Region Royal Palace of La Granja de San Ildefonso in Spain La Granja, Spain, a municipality of Caceres province La Granja de San Ildefonso, the town c ...

Taita

Taita may refer to: Taița, a former village in Hamcearca Commune, Romania Taita people, a Bantu ethnic group in Kenya Taita Cushitic languages, an extinct pair of Afro-Asiatic languages spoken in the Taita Hills Taita, another name for a yage sha ...

ARV

ARV may refer to: Australian Refugee Volunteers, formerly the Australian League of Immigration Volunteers Arv, Nordic Yearbook of Folklore, published by the Royal Gustavus Adolphus Academy After-repair value, estimated of the value of a real esta ...

Kadallu language

Kadallu is a poorly attested Gumuz language of southeastern Sudan. It is known only from two short word lists. It is spoken on the Blue Nile in the southeastern corner of Sudan, in the area surrounding Ad-Damazin and Er Roseires, and just south-s ...

Iyad Rimawi

Iyad Rimawi, is a Syrian music composer, songwriter, and producer. He is best known for his soundtracks for several TV series such as Saif Bin Thee Yazan and Godfather.

Olonets (disambiguation)

Olonets is a town in the Republic of Karelia, Russia Olonets may also refer to: Olonets Isthmus, an isthmus in Russia between Lakes Onega and Ladoga Olonets Oblast, a division of the Russian Empire, originally in Novgorod Viceroyalty Olonets Gove ...

Anus (disambiguation)

In anatomy, the anus is the opening at the lower end of the digestive tract. Anus can also refer to: Anus, Indonesia, a small village in Indonesia Anu tribe Anus, the spelling of Enosh in the religion of Mandaeism Anus album, an album by Alaska T ...

KBD

KBD may refer to: Killed by Death, a series punk rock compilations Kabardian language ISO 639 code, spoken mainly in parts of the North Caucasus Karelian Bear Dog, a Finnish/Karelian dog breed Kaiser–Bessel-derived window, used for digital signal ...

U with diaeresis

U with diaeresis may refer to: U with diaeresis Cyrillic Ӱ, ӱ, an Altai, Khakas, Khanty, Mari and Shor letter also used in the Komi-Yodzyak language a letter in the Chinese Romanisations pinyin and Wade–Giles, and the German-based Lessing-Othmer ...

Belchen

Belchen is the name of the following mountains in the vicinity of the Franco-German-Swiss tripoint: Swiss Belchen, in the Swiss Jura Little Belchen, also in the Vosges Alsatian Belchen, in the Vosges, France Great Belchen, highest mountain in the ...

Alsace (disambiguation)

Alsace Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Alsace, California

Selz (surname)

Selz and its variant Seltz is a South German, Alsatian and Ashkenazic habitational surname for a person living in the originally Swabian and now French settlement Seltz and may refer to:

Jean-François du Cheyron du Pavillon

Jean-François du Cheyron du Pavillon was a French Navy officer. He served in the War of American Independence. He commanded the 80-gun Triomphant at the Battle of the Saintes, and died of wound two days after the battle.

Epigraphy of Abkhazia

Epigraphy of Abkhazia comprises all the epigraphic monuments inside Abkhazia, Georgia. They are all in Georgian, Greek, Ottoman and Latin languages. The number of the Georgian epigraphic monuments is more than 100 and they date from the 8th centu ...

KNR

KNR may refer to: Kalaallit Nunaata Radioa, Greenlandic Broadcasting Corporation Kannur, Kerala, India; UN/LOCODE IN-KL-KNR Jam Airport, in Bandar Kangan, Iran; IATA airport code KNR Kunar Province, Afghanistan; ISO 3166-2:AF code AF-KNR Kaningra ...

Uummannaq (disambiguation)

Uummannaq may refer to the following areas in Greenland, from north to south: Uummannaq mountain, a mountain on Uummannaq Island Uummannaq Fjord, a large fjord in northwestern Greenland Murchison Sound Greenlandic: Uummannaq Uummannaq, an Inuit s ...

Kokon Tozai ~ Oni ga Deru ka Hebi ga Deru ka Tour 91 ~ Kanzen-han

Kokon Tozai ~ Oni ga Deru ka Hebi ga Deru ka Tour 91 ~ Kanzen-han is a live video by Japanese singer/songwriter Chisato Moritaka. Recorded live at the Nakano Sun Plaza in Nakano, Tokyo on March 3, 1991, the video was released on September 17, 201 ...

Chisato Moritaka in 1990

Chisato Moritaka in 1990 is a live video by Japanese singer/songwriter Chisato Moritaka. Recorded live at the Utsonomiya City Cultural Hall in Utsunomiya, Tochigi on November 29, 1990 and at the Hamamatsu Civic Center in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka on Au ...

30th Anniversary Final Project "The Singles" Day 1・Day 2 Live 2018 Complete Version

30th Anniversary Final Project "The Singles" Day 1・Day 2 Live 2018 Complete Version is a live video by Japanese singer/songwriter Chisato Moritaka. Recorded live at the Hitomi Memorial Hall in Setagaya, Tokyo on May 27 to 28, 2018, the video was ...

French creole

French Creole may refer to: Language French Guianese Creole, a French-lexified creole language spoken mainly in French Guiana Haitian Creole, a creole language with vocabulary based on French spoken in Haiti Louisiana Creole Patois, a French-base ...

Telugu states

Telugu states collectively refers to the Telugu-speaking Indian States of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The term rose to popularity after the Bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh in 2014. Telugu states together account for 87.1% of the native Telugu spe ...

Anal

Anal vein, in insect anatomy Anal expulsive, people who have a carefree attitude Anal retentive, a person overly uptight or distressed over ordinarily minor problems Anal fin, a fin in fish anatomy Anal sex, a type of sexual activity involving st ...