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Kedr Livanskiy

Yana Kedrina, better known by her stage name Kedr Livanskiy, is a Russian electronic musician, singer-songwriter, record producer and DJ.

2020 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone

Ukraine, Italy, Serbia and Poland were promoted to the 2020 Fed Cup Play-offs. Greece and Luxembourg were relegated to Europe/Africa Zone Group II in 2021.

Jamil Baroody

Jamil Baroody was a Saudi diplomat who served as representative to the United Nations from the organizations first meeting in 1946 until his death.

Perceptics

Perceptics LLC is a developer and manufacturer of automated license plate recognition equipment based in Farragut, Tennessee, founded in approximately 1978. John Dalton is the CEO. A large hack of their data exposed their operations, as well as t ...

La Ola Roja del Distrito Federal

The Club Deportivo Ola del Distrito Federal, also known simply as Ola or Ola Roja were a professional basketball team based in Mexico City. The team participated in the first edition of the Liga Nacional de Baloncesto Profesional in 2000, and rea ...

Silvia Clemente

Silvia Clemente Municio is a Spanish politician and civil servant. She is a member of the Peoples Party of Castile and Leon, and was the minister for the environment of the Junta of Castile and Leon from 2001 to 2003. She was appointed director g ...

Gero (disambiguation)

Gero II ca. 975-1015, medieval margrave of the Holy Roman Empire Gero I ca. 900-965, medieval margrave of the Holy Roman Empire Martin Gero born 1977, a Canadian screenwriter, producer, and director Gero, Archbishop of Magdeburg died 1023 Erno Ge ...

Philippiness 3rd senatorial district

Philippiness 3rd senatorial district, officially the Third Senatorial District of the Philippine Islands, was one of the twelve senatorial districts of the Philippines in existence between 1916 and 1935. It elected two members to the Senate of th ...

Philippiness 2nd senatorial district

Philippiness 2nd senatorial district, officially the Second Senatorial District of the Philippine Islands, was one of the twelve senatorial districts of the Philippines in existence between 1916 and 1935. It elected two members to the Senate of t ...

Philippiness 1st senatorial district

Philippiness 1st senatorial district, officially the First Senatorial District of the Philippine Islands, was one of the twelve senatorial districts of the Philippines in existence between 1916 and 1935. It elected two members to the Senate of th ...

Philippiness 4th senatorial district

Philippiness 4th senatorial district, officially the Fourth Senatorial District of the Philippine Islands, was one of the twelve senatorial districts of the Philippines in existence between 1916 and 1935. It elected two members to the Senate of t ...

Marshal (disambiguation)

U.S. Marshal, of the United States Marshals Service Motorsport marshal, a motor racing steward Marshal university, a university official in Sri Lanka Fire marshal, a fire safety inspector Field marshal, a senior army officer rank Marshal of the a ...

Amis

Amis may refer to: Amis people or Amis, a tribe of Taiwanese aborigines Amis language, an indigenous language of Taiwan AMIS ISP, an Internet service provider ISP in Slovenia and Croatia Amis surname Amis et Amiles, an old French romance The acro ...

Mobility

Hypermobility travel, the social aspects and environmental impacts of excessive travel Sustainable transport, refers to the broad subject of transport that is or approaches being sustainable Transport Economic mobility, ability of individuals or ...

Maleenont family

The Maleenont family is a Thai family of Chinese descent, consisting of the descendants of media mogul Vichai Maleenont, who founded BEC World, the operator of television Channel 3. He had four sons: Prasan, Pravit, Pracha, and Prachum; and four ...

Ban Muang (newspaper)

Ban Muang was a Thai newspaper published from 1972 to 2016, and since then operating as a news website. It was owned by Banharn Silpa-archa, who became prime minister in 1995. Ban Muang was middle-sized and positioned itself as a mass-oriented pa ...

TH

Th or TH may refer to: Thai Airways Company former IATA airline designator TH Telegraph Herald, a newspaper in Dubuque, Iowa, US, nickname Technische Hochschule, a Technical University in German-speaking countries Technische Hogeschool, a Technic ...

Sing Pao (disambiguation)

Sing Pao may refer to Sing Pao Daily News, a Hong Kong-based Chinese language newspaper It also refer to another unrelated newspaper chain: The "Star Newspapers" Chinese: 星報系 ; pinyin: Xīng Bào Xì ; Jyutping: sing 1 bou 3 hai 6 founded by Aw B ...

Wow! Thailand

Wow! Thailand, is a Thai travel television program hosted by Chatchawit Techarukpong, Nachat Juntapun, Leo Saussay and Methavee Pichetchaiyuth. It features stories and destinations throughout the 77 provinces across Thailand. Produced by GMMTV, t ...

Who Are You (Thai TV series)

Who Are You is a 2020 Thai television series starring Tipnaree Weerawatnodom, Perawat Sangpotirat and Kay Lertsittichai. An adaptation of the South Korean drama Who Are You: School 2015, the series follows a pair of identical twins, one orphaned ...

TVT

TVT may stand for: KTVT, a CBS owned television station serving Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex Tension-free vaginal tape, a surgical procedure used to treat stress incontinence Television Togolaise, the state broadcaster of Togo TVT TV station, the ...

La Gazette dIsrael

La Gazette dIsrael is a tunisian francophonic newspaper for the Jewish commmunity founded in October 1938 by E.Ganem in Tunis. Its editor-in-chief was Henri Emmanuel.

Rim El Benna

Rim El Benna, is a Tunisian actress. She was on the cover of the Tunivisions people magazine in June 2012.

Higher Institute of History of the National Movement

The Higher Institute of History of the National Movement or ISHMN, is a Tunisian institute intended to promote teaching and research on the history of the Tunisian national movement. Founded in November 6, 1989. Its research units were defined by ...

Jasmin Airways

In 2011, Abderrazek Ben Amara decided to create a specialized charter airline. A 2015 planned launch for the airline was aborted. On December 5, 2019, the company received its air operators certificate, allowing it to operate as an airline. The f ...

Faculty of Medicine of Sousse

The Faculty of Medicine of Sousse or FMS, is a Tunisian university establishment created according to the law N°74-83 of December 11, 1974. Part of the University of Sousse.

Larbi Ben Salah Abid

Larbi Ben Salah Abid is a Tunisian politician, he was second vice-president of the Constituent assembly between 2011 and 2014.

National Engineering School of Gabes

The National Engineering School of Gabes or ENIG, is a Tunisian engineering school based in the city of Gabes located in the south east of the country. Part of the University of Gabes.

National Engineering School of Carthage

The National Engineering School of Carthage or ENICarthage, is a Tunisian engineering school based in the city of Ariana located in the north of the country. Part of the Carthage University.

Monastir Preparatory Engineering Institute

The Monastir Preparatory Engineering Institute or IPEIM, is a Tunisian university establishment created according to the law N° 95–40 in 1992. Part of the University of Monastir

National Engineering School of Monastir

The National Engineering School of Monastir or ENIM, is a Tunisian engineering school based in the city of Monastir located in the east of the country. Part of the University of Monastir.

National Engineering School of Sfax

The National Engineering School of Sfax or ENIS, is a Tunisian engineering school based in the city of Sfax located in the east of the country. Part of the University of Sfax.

2020 Fed Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group II – Pool B (Wellington)

Pool B of the 2020 Fed Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group II was one of four pools in the Asia/Oceania zone of the 2020 Fed Cup. Four teams competed in a round robin competition, with the top team and the bottom teams proceeding to their respective sect ...

Guam Fed Cup team

The Guam Fed Cup team represents Guam in Fed Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Guam National Tennis Federation. They took part in the Fed Cup for the first time in 2020, competing in the Asia/Oceania Zone Group II. They lost their fi ...

2020 Fed Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group II – Play-offs

The play-offs of the 2020 Fed Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group II were the final stages of the Group II zonal competition involving teams from Asia and Oceania. Using the positions determined in their pools, the eighteen teams faced off to determine t ...

Results of the 1924 Swedish general election

Sweden held a general election around 19 September 1924. This was the second election under universal suffrage. In spite of a majority for the non-socialist parties, Social Democrat Hjalmar Branting was able to form a government, although his suc ...

Shizuo Fukui

Major Shizuo Fukui was a Japanese author, photographer, editor, and Imperial Japanese Naval and Japanese Coast Guard Major technician, most famous for his comprehensive books of all combatant vessels and minor miscellaneous vessels in the Japanes ...

1993 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group III

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1993. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were three different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. W ...

1996 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group III – Zone B

Zone B of the 1996 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Group III was one of two zones in the Europe/Africa Group III of the 1996 Davis Cup. 14 teams competed across two pools in a round robin competition, with the top team in each pool advancing to Group II ...

VOP

VOP may mean: Violation of Probation, non-compliance with probation terms Radio Voice of the People, a Zimbabwean radio station Virginia Organizing Project, a grassroots community-empowerment organization Voice of Peace, an offshore radio station ...

1996 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1996. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were three different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. W ...

1992 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group II

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1992. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were three different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. W ...

1994 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1994. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were three different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. W ...

1993 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1993. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were three different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. W ...

1997 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1997. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were four different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. Wi ...

1995 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1995. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were three different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. W ...

1988 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone

The Europe/Africa Zone is one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1988. In the Europe/Africa Zone there are two different tiers, called groups, in which teams compete against each other to advance to the upper tier.

1989 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone

The Europe/Africa Zone is one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1989. In the Europe/Africa Zone there are two different tiers, called groups, in which teams compete against each other to advance to the upper tier.

Atashgah

Atashgah or Ateshgah may refer to: Atashgah, Ardabil, a village in Iran Ateshgah, Gilan, a village in Iran Atashgah of Baku, also known as Fire Temple of Baku, is a museum now in Baku Azerbaijan Atashgah of Isfahan, a tower-like construction loca ...

Hagia Sophia (disambiguation)

Hagia Sophia is the former Greek Orthodox Christian patriarchal cathedral, later an Ottoman imperial mosque and now a museum in Istanbul, Turkey. Hagia Sophia or Saint Sophia may also refer to: The Greek for Holy Wisdom, a concept in Christian th ...