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IJK

IJK or ijk may refer to: International Youth Congress of Esperanto Izhevsk Airport - IATA code Indhiya Jananayaga Katchi, a political party in Tamil Nadu, South India Y-Chromosomal Haplogroup "IJK" Unit vectors in the Cartesian coordinates are de ...

Pyotr Dubrov

Dubrov was born on 30 January 1978 in Khabarovsk, Russia. He attended secondary school No. 13 of Khabarovsk and went on to study at Khabarovsk State Technical University, graduating in 1999 with a degree in Software for Computer Engineering and A ...

Day of Tankmen

Day of Tankmen is a professional military holiday in Russia and the former Soviet Union, celebrated every second Sunday of September. It celebrates the service and sacrifices of tank crews and commanders in armoured formations since the Russian C ...

Large Novosibirsk Planetarium

The Large Novosibirsk Planetarium is a planetarium in Oktyabrsky District of Novosibirsk, Russia. It was opened in 2012. One of the two planetariums of the city. The planetarium is located on Klyuch-Kamyshenskoye Plateau, which is the highest pla ...

Siberian Republic (1918)

The Siberian Republic is a unrecognized short-living state that existed on the territory of Russia during the Civil War.

Zakomara

Zakomar is a semicircular or keeled completion of a wall in the Russian architecture, reproducing the adjacent to the inner cylindrical vault. False zakomar, which is not repeating the inner shapes of the vault, is called the kokoshnik. Kokoshnik ...

Konstantinovsky

Konstantinovsky, Konstantinovskaya, or Konstantinovskoye may refer to: Konstantinovskoye Municipal Okrug, a municipal okrug of Krasnoselsky District in the federal city of St. Petersburg, Russia Konstantinovsky inhabited locality Konstantinovskay ...

Ilona Lucassen

Lucassen, a native of Geldrop, was a part of the Dutch national selection, based at Papendal, since 2016. During the 2016 European Junior Championship in Malaga, Lucassen tore her cruciate ligaments. After a one-year of rehabilitation, she return ...

Meetha Neem Dargah

Meetha-Neem Dargah also known as Meetha-Neem Sharif is the resting place of Aala Hazrat Sufi Saint Sayyad Jalaluddin Meer Surkh. It is located at Civil lines region of Nagpur. Sources says Sufi saint Sayyad Jalaluddin Meer Surkh was the desciple ...

2005–06 Saudi Crown Prince Cup

The 2005–06 Crown Prince Cup was the 31st season of the Saudi premier knockout tournament since its establishment in 1957. It started with the qualifying rounds on 24 November 2005 and concluded with the final on 7 April 2006. Al-Hilal were the d ...

Tawfiq al-Yasiri

He was a brigadier general in the events of 1991 in Iraq, and led opponents of Saddam Husseins regime in the city of Al Diwaniyah. Al-Yasiri then fled to Saudi Arabia, where he stayed for several years in the Rafha camp and from there to London, ...

Polom

Polom may refer to: In Bosnia and Herzegovina: Polom Bratunac, a village in Bratunac, Bosnia and Herzegovina In the Czech Republic: Polom Rychnov nad Kneznou District, a village and municipality in the Rychnov nad Kneznou District Polom Peerov Di ...

Seliste

Seliste, Srbac, village in the Srbac municipality Seliste, Sekovici, village in the Sekovici municipality Seliste, Mostar, village in the Mostar municipality Seliste, Jajce, village in the Jajce municipality Seliste, Zepce, village in the Zepce m ...

Slobodan Velickovic

Slobodan Velickovic is a politician in Serbia. He has served three terms in the National Assembly of Serbia as a member of the Party of United Pensioners of Serbia.

List of Youth Olympic venues

The Youth Olympic Games is an international multi-sport event organized by the International Olympic Committee. The games are held every four years in staggered summer and winter events consistent with the current Olympic Games format, though in ...

List of botanical gardens in Slovakia

Botanical gardens in Slovakia have collections consisting entirely of Slovakia native and endemic species; most have a collection that include plants from around the world. There are botanical gardens and arboreta in all states and territories of ...

Sitno

Sitno may refer to the following places in Poland and Slovakia: Sitno, Sepolno County in Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship north-central Poland Sitno Castle, near Banska Stiavnica, Slovakia Sitno, Zamosc County in Lublin Voivodeship east Poland Sit ...

Stupava Synagogue

The rectangular building is made of massive walls with simple Baroque windows and has a saddleback roof. An external staircase, attached diagonally to the western facade, gives access to the womens gallery. Several oval ventilation openings in th ...

Gabrnik

Gabrnik is a Slovene place name that may refer to: Gabernik, a settlement in the Municipality of Slovenska Bistrica, northeastern Slovenia, sometimes spelled Gabrnik Zgornji Gabrnik, a settlement in the Municipality of Rogaska Slatina, northeaste ...

Ismail Gamadiid

Ismail was among a group of Ministers who were providing aid in Qardho to families who had lost their homes and livelihoods in the deadly and severe floods. This is where he contracted COVID-19. Somalia as a whole has been heavily impacted during ...

Gamka

Gamka Dam, on the Gamka River in South Africa Leeu-Gamka Dam, on the Leeuw River near Beaufort West, Western Cape, South Africa Gamkapoort Dam, on the Gamka River, near Prince Albert, Western Cape, South Africa

Martiens Louw

Louw played for Transvaal in the South African provincial competitions and was a member of the Transvaal side that shared the Currie Cup with Northern Transvaal in 1971. Louw played two test matches for the Springboks, both during the 1971 tour o ...

Russell High School

Russell High School may refer to: In Canada: Russell High School Ontario Russell, Ontario In the South Africa: Russell High School Pietermaritzburg, Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal In the United States: Russell High School East Point, Georgia, a ...

Jongile Maso

Col Jongile Maso is an artillery officer in the South African Army who served as Commanding Officer 4 Artillery Regiment during 2014–2017. He is presently the commander of the DOD Mobilisation Centre from 2017.

Secunda

Secunda may refer to: Thomas Secunda, co-founder of Bloomberg L.P. with NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg Secunda, Mpumalanga, a Sasol fuel company developed town in South Africa Variant of the number two 2 Rufina and Secunda, the Roman Virgin-Martyrs ...

Jung-dong

Jung-dong or Jungdong can refer to several administrative wards in South Korean cities or countries: Jung-dong, Haeundae-gu, Busan Jung-dong, Paldal-gu, Suwon City, Gyeonggi-do Jung-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul Jung-dong, Gunsan City, Jeollabuk-do Jung-d ...

Kim Sang-hee

Kim Sang-hee is a South Korean four-term parliamentarian currently serving as one of Deputy Speakers of National Assembly. Kim is the first woman to join the leadership of the Assembly and become its deputy speaker. Before entering politics, Kim ...

Baegunsan

Baegunsan is the name of several mountains in South Korea: Baegunsan Uiwang/Suwon is in the communities of Uiwang, Suwon, and Yongin in Gyeonggi-do Baegunsan South Gyeongsang/North Jeolla is in Hamyang County, Gyeongsangnam-do and Jangsu County, ...

Jeonju Lee Royal Family Association

The Jeonju Lee Royal Family Association is a family association from South Korea, and it was founded by the Jeonju Yi clan, the household of Joseon and the Korean Empire, which were the ruling house of the whole Korea. The association originated ...

Eungbongsan

Eungbongsan is the name of several mountains in South Korea: Eungbongsan Nae-myeon, Hongcheon in Seoseok-myeon and Nae-myeon, the county of Hongcheon, Gangwon-do. 1103 metres. Eungboksan, aka Eungbongsan, in the counties of Yangyang and Hongcheon ...

Brossat

Brossat, or brull in some zones, is a fresh cheese in Catalan cuisine made from whey resulting from the making of other cheeses, such as mato, a fresh or aged cheese, from sheep or goats. Its made by heating the whey until the temperatures is alm ...

Tossal Gros (disambiguation)

Tossal Gros may refer to: Tossal Gros, el Cogul, Garrigues Tossal Gros, Tremp, Pallars Jussà Tossal Gros, Sarroca de Bellera, Pallars Jussà Tossal Gros, Os de Balaguer, Noguera Tossal Gros, Sarroca de Lleida, Segrià Tossal Gros, Torrelameu, Nogue ...

Sant Miquel

Sant Miquel del Fai, Benedictine monastery in Bigues i Riells, Catalonia, Spain Sant Miquel, Benedictine monastery in Cruïlles, Monells i Sant Sadurni de lHeura, Catalonia, Spain

2019–20 Deportivo de La Coruña season

The 2019–20 season is Deportivo de La Coruñas 113th season in existence and the clubs 2nd consecutive season in the second division of Spanish football. In addition to the domestic league, Deportivo de La Coruña will participate in this seasons e ...

2018–19 Deportivo de La Coruña season

The 2018–19 season was Deportivo de La Coruñas 112th season in existence and the clubs 1st season back in the second division of Spanish football. In addition to the domestic league, Deportivo de La Coruña participated in this seasons edition of ...

1998 Tercera Division play-offs

The 1998 Tercera Division play-offs to Segunda Division B from Tercera Division were the final playoffs for the promotion from 1997–98 Tercera Division to 1998–99 Segunda Division B. The first four teams in each group took part in the play-off.

2018–19 RCD Mallorca season

The 2018–19 season was Real Club Deportivo Mallorcas 84th season in existence and the clubs 1st season back in the second division of Spanish football. In addition to the domestic league, RCD Mallorca participated in this seasons edition of the C ...

Castejon

Castejon may refer to: Castejon, Cuenca, a municipality in the province of Cuenca, Castile-La Mancha, Spain Castejon de Henares, a municipality in the province of Guadalajara, Castile-La Mancha, Spain Castejon de Alarba, a municipality in the pro ...

2019–20 AD Alcorcon season

The 2019–20 season is Agrupacion Deportiva Alcorcons 48th season in existence and the clubs 10th consecutive season in the second division of Spanish football. In addition to the domestic league, AD Alcorcon participated in this seasons edition o ...

2019–20 CD Mirandes season

The 2019–20 season is Club Deportivo Mirandess 93rd season in existence and the clubs 1st season back in the second division of Spanish football. In addition to the domestic league, CD Mirandes will participate in this seasons edition of the Copa ...

2019–20 SD Ponferradina season

The 2019–20 season is Sociedad Deportiva Ponferradinas 98th season in existence and the clubs 1st season back in the second division of Spanish football. In addition to the domestic league, SD Ponferradina participated in this seasons edition of ...

Nerva (disambiguation)

Nerva may refer to: Cocceii Nervae, a family of the gens Cocceia Nerva, a Roman cognomen Nerva Traianus, or Trajan 53–117, Roman emperor reigning 98–117 Marcus Cocceius Nerva disambiguation, politicians and relatives of emperor Nerva Nerva 30–98, ...

Ahmed Al Naqbi

Ahmed Al Naqbi is an Emirati footballer. He currently plays as a forward for Leganes C on loan from Ittihad Kalba.

List of Spanish football transfers summer 2020

This is a list of Spanish football transfers for the summer sale prior to the 2020–21 season. Only moves from La Liga are listed. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on sports leagues worldwide, FIFA announced that the summer transfer wi ...

2019–20 SD Huesca season

The 2019–20 season is SD Huescas 60th season in existence and the clubs 1st season back in the second division of Spanish football. In addition to the domestic league, SD Huesca will participate in this seasons edition of the Copa del Rey. The se ...

Opinion polling for the 2023 Spanish local elections

In the run up to the 2023 Spanish local elections, various organisations carried out opinion polling to gauge voting intention in Spain. Results of such polls are displayed in this article. The date range for these opinion polls are from the prev ...

City Council of Tarragona

The City Council of Tarragona is the top-tier administrative and governing body of the municipality of Tarragona, Spain. In terms of political structure, it consists of the invested Mayor of Barcelona, currently Pau Ricomà, the Government Commiss ...

Josep Maria Tamburini

His father, Celesti Tamburini i Valls, was a silversmith. He studied at the Escola de la Llotja with Antoni Caba, then went to Paris, where he worked with Leon Bonnat. Later, he went to Rome and Naples; coming under the influence of Domenico More ...

Giving Voice

Giving Voice is an 2020 American documentary film, directed and produced by James D. Stern and Fernando Villena. The film follows the annual August Wilson monologue competition entered by thousands of high school students for the opportunity to p ...

Villalobos

Villalobos may refer to: Villalobos Brothers, a Mexican band Villalobos Spain, a municipality located in the province of Zamora, Spain Villalobos Rescue Center, a rescue center for pit bulls in Louisiana USS Villalobos PG-42, a steel screw gunboa ...