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Annika Wendle

Annika Wendle is a German freestyle wrestler. In 2020 she won one of the bronze medals in the 53 kg event at the 2020 European Wrestling Championships held in Rome, Italy.

Dauletbike Yakhshimuratova

Dauletbike Yakhshimuratova is a female Uzbekistani freestyle wrestler. In 2017 she won one of the bronze medals in the womens 48 kg event at the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games held in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan.

Sergej Schmik

Sergej Schmik is a German footballer who plays as a full-back for and is assistant manager of SC Verl. He has played in the 2. Bundesliga with SC Paderborn 07.

Boralday Burial Ground

Boralday Burial Ground is a necropolis that includes 47 burial mounds of the early Iron Age. Burials belong to the Saks and Usun tribes. The Boralday burial ground is located in the North-West of Almaty city, on the Southeastern outskirts of Bora ...

Lumbwa Treaty

The Lumbwa Treaty is an event and ceremony in the history, records and recollection of the Kipsigis which took place in Kipkelion town in 1905. It was based on a cultural practice of oath taking in Kipsigis called Mummek or Mummiat or Mumma. Mumm ...

Dragas (disambiguation)

Dragas, derived from the Slavic word for dear, may refer to: Placenames: Dragas, Kosovo People: Helena Dragas Serbian: Jelena Dragas, Empress consort of the Byzantine Empire, married to Manuel II Palaiologos r. 1391-1425 Dejanovic noble family or ...

Johan Hansma

Hansma made his debut with PEC Zwolle on 20 August 1988 in the game with Veendam. He played for PEC Zwolle during their bankruptcy and change to FC Zwolle for six seasons before moving to SC Heerenveen halfway through the 1993/94 season. He subse ...

Yll Limani

Yll Limani was born on 24 September 1994 into an Albanian family in the city of Pristina, then part of the FR Yugoslavia, present Kosovo. He rose to fame following his participation in the first season of the talent competition The Voice of Alban ...

Saki Igarashi

Saki Igarashi is a Japanese freestyle wrestler. At the 2018 Asian Wrestling Championships held in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan she won the gold medal in the womens 55 kg event. In 2018 she won the gold medal at the 2018 World U23 Wrestling Championship in ...

Zhandos Ismailov

Zhandos Ismailov is a male Kazakhstani freestyle wrestler. In 2017 he won the silver medal in the mens 57 kg event at the 2017 Islamic Solidarity Games held in Baku, Azerbaijan. In 2018 he won one of the bronze medals in the 57 kg event at the 20 ...

Muslim Evloev

Muslim Evloev is a male Russian naturalized Kyrgyzstani freestyle wrestler. In 2018 he won the gold medal in the 74 kg event at the 2018 Asian Wrestling Championships held in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. A year earlier he won the silver medal in this eve ...

Paul McFarland

Paul McFarland is an ice hockey coach who is currently an assistant coach with the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League. Following the 2019-20 NHL season, McFarland has been named as head coach of the Kingston Frontenacs in the Ontar ...

Aleksandr Stepanov

Aleksandr Stepanov may refer to: Aleksandr Stepanov footballer, born 1996, Russian footballer Aleksandr Sergeyevich Stepanov born 1981, Russian footballer Alexander Stepanov born 1950, Russian American programmer Oleksandr Stepanov born 1983, Ukr ...

U of L

U of L may refer to: Austria University of Leoben University of Linz Canada University of Lethbridge in Lethbridge, Alberta Ireland University of Limerick in Castletroy, Limerick Latvia University of Latvia Portugal University of Lisbon South Afr ...

2005 New York City Marathon

The 2005 New York City Marathon was the 36th running of the annual marathon race in New York City, United States, which took place on Sunday, November 6. The mens elite race was won by Kenyas Paul Tergat in a time of 2:09:29.9 hours while the wom ...

UofL

U of L is an abbreviation that can refer to the following universities: Austria University of Leoben University of Linz Canada University of Lethbridge in Lethbridge, Alberta Ireland University of Limerick in Castletroy, Limerick Latvia Universit ...

P41

P41 or P-41 may refer to: P-41 Cormoran, a retired Spanish Navy gunboat LE Orla P41, an Irish Naval Service patrol vessel ARA Espora P-41, an Argentine Navy corvette Papyrus 41 or P41, an early copy of the New Testament in Greek and Coptic P41 ro ...

LAF

LAF may refer to: Latvian Air Force, by ICAO code Laf crater, on Mars Leeds Art Fund Look and feel, a computer related term Lance Armstrong Foundation Lean air-fuel Purdue University Airport, Indiana, United States, by IATA airport code Liquidity ...

Aleksandr Bondovsky

Aleksandr Vasilyevich Bondovsky was a Red Army major general. Bondovsky fought in World War I as a junior officer and was wounded during the Russian Civil War. He held command positions between the wars and rose to regimental and then division co ...

Monrovia (disambiguation)

Monrovia station, a light rail station in Los Angeles Monrovia, Maryland Monrovia, California Monrovia, Indiana Monrovia, Alabama Monrovia, Kansas

Albert T. Blackwell Jr.

Albert Turner Blackwell Jr. was a Justice of the Maryland Court of Appeals from 1987 to 1990. Blackwell was born in Upper Marlboro. His father was an analytical chemist. Blackwell attended the University of Maryland and George Washington Universi ...

A. maxima

A. maxima may refer to: Aerodramus maxima, a cave-nesting swift Anatoma maxima, a sea snail Arthrospira maxima, a filamentous cyanobacterion Architectonica maxima, a staircase shell Alucita maxima, a Libyan moth Archontophoenix maxima, a palm end ...

Bock (disambiguation)

Bock is a type of strong lager originating from Germany. Bock may also refer to: Bote & Bock, a German publishing house Super Bock, a Portuguese brand of strong pale lager Bock bagpipe, a type of bellows-blown bagpipe native to Germany, Austria, ...

Marion Buckwalter

Marion Buckwalter is an American neurologist and neuroscientist and an Associate Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery at the Stanford University Medical Center. Buckwalter studies how inflammatory responses affect brain recovery after injury o ...

Christopher Phillips (disambiguation)

Christopher Phillips is an American writer. Christopher or Chris Phillips may also refer to: Chris Philipps born 1994, Luxembourgian international footballer Chris Phillips hurdler born 1972, retired American athlete Chris Phillips voice actor bo ...

Cito

Cito may refer to: Latin for urgent / rapid. Mercedes-Benz Cito, a low-floor midibus built by EvoBus for Continental Europe between 1999 and 2003 Cito Culver, American professional baseball shortstop in the New York Yankees organization Cito Gast ...

Love Advanced Customization

Love Advanced Customization is a 2020 Chinese television series starring romance between Dilraba Dilmurat and Huang Jingyu. The story revolves around a fashion designer and a boss of an e-commerce company. It is also known as A Love For Haute Cou ...

Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39A

Launch Complex 39A is a launch pad at the John F. Kennedy Space Center on Merritt Island in Florida, United States. The launch pad was originally built for the Apollo program and later modified for the Space Shuttle program. SpaceX leases Launch ...

Justin Bieber: Seasons

Justin Bieber: Seasons is a 2020 American docu-series about Canadian singer Justin Biebers return to music. It is directed and executive produced by OBB Pictures Michael D. Ratner with photographer Joe Termini set to direct additional episodes. T ...

Carsey

Carsey is a surname. It originated as an American variant spelling of the English surname Kersey, a habitational surname from Kersey, Suffolk. The 2010 United States Census found 692 people with the surname Carsey, making it the 33.087th-most-com ...

Barabas (disambiguation)

Barabas, an alternate spelling of Barabbas, may refer to: People Eniko Barabas, Romanian rower Sari Barabas, a Hungarian operatic soprano Tom Barabas, American-Hungarian pianist/keyboardist A.P.Barabas, a British surgeon, a namesake of the Sack-B ...

P. princeps

P. princeps may refer to: Pseudolimnophila princeps, a crane fly species in the genus Pseudolimnophila Ploceus princeps, the Principe weaver, a bird species endemic to São Tome and Principe Pleuroploca princeps, a sea snail species Phidippus prin ...

Jose Antonio Saucedo

Jose Antonio Saucedo was a Mexican politician. Jose Antonio Saucedo served the local government ayuntamiento of San Fernando de Bexar in the early 1800s. He served as its secretary in 1823, and he signed declarations of Texas’ intention to comply ...

Dedicado a Max

Dedicado a Max is the fifth episode of the fifth season of the AMC television series Better Call Saul, the spinoff series of Breaking Bad. The episode aired on March 16, 2020 on AMC in the United States. Outside of the United States, the episode ...

Xavier B. Fernandez

Xavier B. Fernandez is a Spanish writer and journalist. He studied information science at the Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona and went on to work for a variety of local papers, among them Els 4 Cantons, El Punt, and Diari de Terrassa. In 1994, ...

Naturaleza muerta (disambiguation)

Naturaleza muerta can refer to a work of art depicting inanimate subject matter. It can also refer to: Naturaleza muerta, a 2003 film starring Hugo Stiglitz Naturaleza muerta Rosas, a painting by Frida Kahlo Naturaleza muerta con cachimba, a book ...

Godan

Godan may refer to: Godan, the fifth-degree black belt - see Dan rank#Ranks in Japanese Godan, the Lombard name for Odin, a god of Germanic paganism - see Wōdanaz Godan, a parish in northern Spain Godaan, a Hindi novel by Munshi Premchand Godan, ...

Zarko Lucic

Zarko Lucic is a Montenegrin former footballer who played as a goalkeeper and made five appearances for the FR Yugoslavia national team. During his career, on numerous occasions he scored as a goalkeeper, with the IFFHS attributing him with havin ...

Jane Devonshire

Devonshire grew up in London. From an early life food and cooking were an fundamental part of family life and even until today. Her childhood influences came from her mother and especially her nanny Pearce who baked beautiful cakes and dishes. Sh ...

Sales (disambiguation)

Sales are the activities involved in selling products or services. See also Sales, operating revenues earned by a company when it sells its products. Sales may also refer to: Chateau de Sales, a ruined castle Sales surname, a list of people so na ...

Verdon

Verdon, Nebraska Verdon, South Dakota Verdon Township, Aitkin County, Minnesota

Drawbridge (disambiguation)

A drawbridge is a type of moveable bridge. In American English, drawbridge can also refer to moveable bridges in general. Drawbridge may also refer to:

Cantab

Cantab may refer to: "The Cantab", nickname of the character Roland Ingestree in "World of Wonders", due to his being a graduate of Cambridge Cantabrigian Rowing Club, a Cambridge-based rowing club also known as Cantabs CANTAB, the codename for t ...

Tuia 250

Tuia 250 was a government-sponsored commemoration for the 250th anniversary of the arrival of Captain Cook on the HMS Endeavour in Aotearoa in 1769–1770. Highlights of the event were a fleet of Polynesian double-hulled waka and tallships retracin ...

Waddington

Mount Waddington, mountain in British Columbia, Canada Waddington, California, unincorporated community in Humboldt County, California, United States Waddington village, New York, village located in the town of Waddington, New York, United States ...

Warm milk

Warm milk is milk that has been heated above room temperature. It is commonly used as a nightcap for children and people who abstain from alcohol. Its effectiveness as such is disputed.

Kutarere

Kutarere is a community in the Ōpōtiki District and Bay of Plenty Region of New Zealands North Island, on the coast of the Ohiwa Harbour. The local Ōhiwa Harbour is known as the "daughter of Te Whakatōhea" because it supplied the iwi with fish an ...

Waiotahi

Waiotahe or Waiotahi is a beach, settlement and rural community in the Ōpōtiki District and Bay of Plenty Region of New Zealands North Island, based at the Waiotahe River. It includes a beach which attracts swimmers, surfers and anglers during th ...

Spaniard (disambiguation)

Spaniard may refer to: "Spaniard", a song by The Boo Radleys from their 1992 album Everythings Alright Forever. Certain species of speargrass endemic to New Zealand. Spaniard pigeon, a breed of domestic pigeon. Spanish people, the people of the c ...

Josh Fife

Joshua Fife is an Australian racing driver from Canberra, Australia. He is currently competing in the Dunlop Super2 Series with Brad Jones Racing, driving the No. 14 Holden VF Commodore.