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Six pack

Six-pack, a type of beverage multi-pack including six containers Sixpack European Union law, a set of European legislative measures Specifically, a multi-pack joined by six pack rings A photo array used by police officers to conduct a police line ...

LL

LL, the production code for the 1967 Doctor Who serial The Evil of the Daleks The Evil of the Daleks, a Doctor Who episode production code: LL Abbreviation for Love Live!, a music-oriented media mix project Labyrinth Lord, a fantasy role-playing game

LAV

Lav, an alternative name for Lava Ramayana, a son of the Hindu deity Rama and his wife Sita, whose story is told in the Ramayana Luis Antonio Valencia, Manchester United winger Lav, translation in some Slavic languages of the name Lev

X-ray (disambiguation)

X-Ray comics, a fictional character appearing in material published by Marvel Comics X-ray vision, the fictional ability of a character to see through outer layers of objects or clothing on people X-Ray, a character from the novel Holes

Physical (Dua Lipa song)

Physical is a song by English singer Dua Lipa from her second studio album, Future Nostalgia. It was released on 30 January 2020 through Warner Records on digital platforms globally and contemporary hit radio in the United Kingdom. Lipa wrote the ...

Maus Freres

Maus Freres SA is a Swiss holding company that owns the Lacoste brand, department stores and other businesses. Maus Freres French for Maus Brothers was founded in 1902 by wholesalers Ernest and Henri Maus and retailer Leon Nordmann. Its oldest bu ...

Lei

Lei or Leis may refer to: Lei TV channel, an Italian entertainment television channel Lei, Italy, a town in Sardinia l.e.i. clothing company, a clothing company targeted at teenage girls Lei surname, a Chinese name Lei garland, a Hawaiian flower ...

Route 66

Route 66 Association, one of which exists for each state on historic U.S. Route 66 U.S. Highway 66 Association 1927–1976 Route 66 State Park, in Times Beach, Missouri

Thomas Meyer

Thomas or Tom Meyer may refer to: Thomas Meyer political scientist born 1943, German political scientist, author of several books on the history and theory of social democracy Thomas Meyer businessman, Swiss businessman, founder of the clothing b ...

Globus

Globus family of brands - also known as Group Voyagers - the worlds largest escorted touring company Globus Airlines, a Russian airline Globus, a model of coach built by bus manufacturer Tata Motors

Vanity (disambiguation)

Vanity is excessive self-regard and overblown pride. Vanity may also refer to: HMS Vanity, the name of more than one ship of the British Royal Navy Vanity clothing, an American clothing retailer Vanity gallery, an art gallery for artists to prese ...

Archaeopteryx (disambiguation)

In addition to the extinct genus Archaeopteryx, the term can refer to the following subjects: Ubu cocu, ou lArcheopteryx - an 1897 play by Alfred Jarry Archaeopteryx, a song in the album Dinosaurchestra by American band Lemon Demon Ruppert Archae ...

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Hazwani Helmi

Nur Hazwani Afiqah binti Helmi is a Malaysian singer-songwriter, TV host, model, and humanitarian activist. Widely known as a Muslimah Beatboxer, she started writing songs at the age of 13 after a week of guitar lessons. Hazwanis first piece titl ...

Ishqi-Mari

Ishqi-Mari or Ishgi-Mari, previously read Lamgi-Mari, was a King of the second Mariote kingdom who reigned c. 2350-2330 BCE. He is one of three Mari kings known from archaeology, Ikun-Shamash probably being the oldest one. The third king is Iku-S ...

Abd al-Wahid ibn Sulayman

Abd al-Wahid ibn Sulayman ibn Abd al-Malik was an Umayyad prince and the governor of Mecca and Medina in 747–748 during the reign of Caliph Marwan II. He fled the post in 747/48 after failing to prevent the takeover of the two Islamic holy cities ...

Sampho Tsewang Rigzin

Sampho Tsewang Rigzin was a Tibetan politician who served as Kalon of the Kashag from 1957 to 1959. He was a soldier in the Peoples Liberation Army in the 1950s and was the Chinese equivalent of a major general.

Kim (video game)

Kim is an adventure role-playing video game developed by British independent developer The Secret Games Company, based on the novel of the same name by Rudyard Kipling. The game allows the player to take control of the novels young hero, the teen ...

Mavi

Mavi-ye Olya, a village in Khuzestan Province, Iran Mavi, East Azerbaijan, a village in East Azerbaijan Province, Iran Mavi-ye Sofla, a village in Khuzestan Province, Iran Mavi, Razavi Khorasan, a village in Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran Shahrak ...

LCW

LCW is a three letter acronym which may stand for: London Comedy writers, Comedic writing in London Leisure Connection Watch, a consumer website monitoring Leisure Connection Ltd Livewire Championship Wrestling, Independent wrestling organization ...

Waikiki (disambiguation)

Waikiki is a neighborhood and beach in Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii. Waikiki may also refer to: Waikiki band, a rock group from Sydney, Australia Waikiki beach cocktail, a rum-based Hawaiian cocktail Welcome to Waikiki 2, a 2019 youth South Korean tele ...

Changa

Changa may refer to: Changa, Pakistan, a town in Pakistan ChaNGa, a code to perform collisionless N-body simulations Changa, Anand, a village in Gujarat, India Changa album, a 2017 album by electronic trio Pnau Changa restaurant, a restaurant in ...

Republic (disambiguation)

Sixth Republic of South Korea Autonomous republic Republics of the Soviet Union Republic of South Africa First Republic disambiguation A term for federated states in some federations Roman Republic List of republics Fourth Republic disambiguation ...

Paramo (disambiguation)

Paramo, from the Spanish word for "desolate territory", may refer to: Costa Rican paramo Paramo ecosystem Sumapaz Paramo Pedro Paramo 1967 film, Mexican film based on the novel Paramo Teverga, a village in Asturias, Spain O Paramo, a municipality ...

Pampero

Pampero may refer to: Pampero, a southeastern wind in the South American pampas Pampero Ropa de Trabajo, an Argentine brand of work clothing and footwear, currently owned by Grupo Cardon. Licoreros de Pampero, Venezuelan professional baseball clu ...

UFF

UFF may refer to: UltraFast Fibre, a local fibre company in New Zealand - part of the Ultra-Fast Broadband initiative. The Uganda Freedom Fighters, an anti-government faction in the Ugandan Bush War. The Ulster Freedom Fighters, paramilitary wing ...

Mango (disambiguation)

Mango melon, a variety of melon Bell pepper, a variety of pepper known in parts of the United States as a mango Mango cannabis, a cultivar of Cannabis sativa Mango hummingbird, a family of hummingbird

Amantes de una Noche

"Amantes de una Noche" was written by the two singers, Alexis Guzman, DJ Luian, Jean Carlos Pacheco, Mambo Kingz, and its producers Daddy Yankee, MikeyTone and Gaby Music. It is a midtempo reggaeton song.

G3

Soko G-3, improved variant of Soko G-2 airplane Friedrichshafen G.III, a 1915 German medium bomber AEG G.III, a German World War I heavy bomber USS G-3 SS-31, an early U.S. Navy submarine G3 NATO, the Assistant Chief Of Staff or senior staff offi ...

Cora Ratto de Sadosky

Corina Eloisa Ratto de Sadosky was an Argentine mathematician, educator and militant activist in support of human and womens rights in Argentina and beyond. She played an important part in the Argentine University Federation supporting republican ...

Hutki Shira

Hutki shira, or shutki shira, is a fermented fish curry made with seasonal vegetables, leafy greens, and fish or prawns. It is cooked without oil or fat. The dish is famous in the Sylhet region of Bangladesh and has many variations.

Beef Hatkora

Beef Hatkora is the traditional dish of Sylhet region in Bangladesh. Hatkora is a special fruit cooked with beef is a very famous curry in Sylhet. It has also famed outside the Sylhet. At the time of Eid-ul-Adha, it is a famous dish. Hatkora cook ...

Thoikor Tenga

Thoikor Tenga is a very popular dish in Sylhet. Although Thoikor is an uncommon fruit, it is found almost all year round in the Sylhet region like Hatkora. This sour fruit is mostly used in cooking with small fish. Thoikor is a vegetable species ...

Guiso

Guiso is a hot, mildly fatty food. Unlike stew, it allows the vapors to circulate during culinary process. In making guiso, a wide variety of ingredients may be used relative to region, season, availability, and taste.

Ashkenazi Jewish cuisine

Ashkenazi Jewish cuisine is an assortment of cooking traditions that developed among the Jews of Eastern, Central, Western, Northern, and Southern Europe, and their diaspora mainly concentrated in North America and other Western countries. Ashken ...

Ros bratel

Ros bratel is a traditional Algerian Jewish tagine dish made with fresh fava beans, olive oil, and spices such as coriander. It is paired with couscous, and is commonly served on Shabbat, and today is popular among the Israeli and French Jewish c ...

Hashachar Haole

Hashachar Ha’ole is an brand of sweetened chocolate spread popular in Israel and the Jewish diaspora, and was invented in 1948.

Pain petri

Pain petri is a sweet, anise-scented, braided bread of Moroccan Jewish origin, that is traditionally baked for Shabbat, the Jewish sabbath, as well as Rosh Hashanah, and is popular among the Moroccan Jewish community of Morocco, France, and Israel.

Mutabbaq samak

Mutabbaq Samak) a rice based dish popular in the Arab states of the Persian Gulf and in the Iraqi Diaspora. It is basically spiced fried fish, usually Stromateus and caramalized onions served over rice that is cooked in well-spiced fish stock. Fi ...

Zanzibar independence movement

Zanzibari independence is a political ambition of some political parties, advocacy groups, and individuals of Zanzibar, a semi-autonomous region territory within Tanzania, to become an independent sovereign state.

Koki

Koki, Comoros, a village on the island of Anjouan in the Comoros Koki, Estonia, village in Lumanda Parish, Saare County, Estonia Koki, Senegal, a town in the Louga region of Senegal Koki, Papua New Guinea, a suburb of Port Moresby

Libba

Libba, Laba is a type of Yemeni cheese. It is mostly eaten in rural areas of Yemen. The libba is not sold as a product or in restaurants.

Yemeni cheese

Yemeni cheese also known as Taiz cheese and known in Yemen as "local cheese", is a type of Yemeni cheese that is produced in rural areas of Yemen most famously in Taiz Governorate which is why it is known as Taizz cheese although other local name ...

Congolese

Democratic Republic of the Congo cuisine, food of indigenous people, cassava the staple Congolese people disambiguation Kongo people, a Bantu ethnic group who live along the Atlantic coast of Africa from Pointe-Noire Republic of Congo to Luanda, ...

Sami

Sami Bay, east of Sami, Cephalonia Sami, Gujarat, a town in Patan district of Gujarat, India Sami, Cephalonia, a municipality in Greece Sami ancient city, in Elis, Greece Sapmi, a cultural region in Northern Europe Sami, Paletwa, a town in Chin S ...

Energy in Somaliland

Energy in Somaliland refers to the production, storage, import, export, and consumption of energy in Somaliland, and is regulated by the Ministry of Energy and Minerals. Local biomass resources and imported petroleum are the two man principal sou ...

Potato production in Nigeria

Nigeria is one of the largest producers of potatoes in Africa. The potato was introduced to the country in the 19th-century by Christian missionaries and is largely cultivated in the central region of the country in Plateau State.

Louie discography (S-Z)

"Louie Louie" is by some accounts the worlds most recorded rock song with estimates ranging from over 1.600 to more than 2.000. This is a discography of documented cover versions and performances available on various media including vinyl, tape, ...

DCS

Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff Deputy Chief of Staff DCS, as in Deputy Chief of the Air Staff Defense Clandestine Service, a component of the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency tasked with carrying out espionage operations around the world White ...

Kajaki Dam Incident

The Kajaki Dam Incident occurred on the 6 September 2006, when 4 Soviet Union anti-personnel mines, which were left undetonated since the Cold War, were detonated by soldiers of the 3rd Battalion, Parachute Regiment, British Army. 1 soldier was f ...