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Ramzi Souli

Ramzi Souli is a sailor from the Netherlands, who represented his country at the 2012 Vintage Yachting Games in Bellano Italy. Souli on the fordeck together with helmsman Rudy den Outer and Gavin Lidlow in the middle took the Silver medal in the ...

Caninde

Caninde may mean: Geography Caninde River disambiguation, any of several rivers with this name in both Brazil and Ecuador Conceição do Caninde, a municipality in the state of Piaui, Northeast region, Brazil Caninde de São Francisco, a municipalit ...

Fouad El Taher

From the mid-1980s to the mid-2000s, Fouad El Taher was one of Egypts leading chess players. In 1990 in Manila he participated in the World Chess Championship Interzonal Tournament where shared 58th - 59th place. In 1992, in Doha he won Arab Ches ...

Independence Medal

The Independence Medal can refer to any one of the following medals: Centenary of National Independence Commemorative Medal Belgium Medal of Independence Turkey Ceylon Armed Services Inauguration Medal Independence Medal Ciskei Zimbabwean Indepen ...

1980 Stowe Grand Prix

The 1980 Stowe Grand Prix was a mens tennis tournament played on outdoor hard courts at the Topnotch Inn in Stowe, Vermont in the United States that was part of the 1980 Grand Prix circuit. It was the third edition of the tournament and was held ...

Afra (disambiguation)

St. Ulrichs and St. Afras Abbey, Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany Afra, Morocco, a village near Agdz Afra, Iran, a village in Mazandaran Province, Iran Sachsisches Landesgymnasium Sankt Afra zu MeiSen, a school for gifted students in MeiSen, Germany

Rodrigo Diaz

Rodrigo Diaz may refer to: Rodrigo Diaz handballer born 1988, Chilean handball player Rodrigo Diaz bishop died 1249, Roman Catholic prelate Rodrigo Diaz de los Cameros, troubadour Rodrigo Diaz swimmer born 1984, Guatemalan swimmer Rodrigo Diaz de ...

Karine Giboulo

Giboulos miniature dioramas often have a political undertone. Her 2014 work Hyperland presented a multi-level diorama that depicted scenes of consumer excess, topped by a naturalistic landscape. She has modeled numerous sculptures that comment on ...

Cinema City

Cinema City may refer to: Cinema City film festival, a film festival in Novi Sad, Serbia, aka Film Festival of Serbia Cinema City & Films Co., a Hong Kong company that created films during 1980 to 1991 Cinema City Hungary Cinema City Czech Republ ...

Laugardagslogin 2008

Laugardagslogin 2008 was the Icelandic music competition that served as the countrys preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2008. The competition was organized by RUV between 6 October 2007 and 9 February 2008, and a total of 33 songs parti ...

I Remember You

"I Remember You", by Bobby Vinton from Bobby Vinton Sings the Big Ones "I Remember You" Denine song "I Remember You", by Roxette from Joyride "I Remember You" Yui song, 2006 "I Remember You", by Tom Chaplin from The Wave "I Remember You", by Ramo ...

Dedy Yon Supriyono

Between 2009 and 2014, Supriyono served in the legislature of Brebes Regency, where he was deputy speaker. Supriyono was a member of Central Javas Provincial Council as part of the Democratic Partys faction in the 2014–2019 term, though he ran as ...

Uncovered

Uncovered may refer to: Uncovered John Farnham album, 1980 Uncovered magazine, a UK magazine dealing with mental health and Wellness issues Uncovered short story collection, a book by Australian author Paul Jennings Uncovered TV series, a televis ...

Prod

Prod or PROD may refer to: Public Request to Order Disposal, part of the Local Government, Planning Land Act 1980 Cattle prod, a device used to goad livestock into moving Prod, a derogatory abbreviation for a Protestant person in Northern Ireland ...

Jane Doe 1980

Jane Doe 1980 may refer to the following unidentified people: Riverside County Jane Doe, found on February 16, 1980 in Riverside County, California. Walker County Jane Doe, found on November 1, 1980 in Huntsville, Walker County, Texas. Ventura Co ...

Cantilena

A cantilena is a vocal melody or instrumental passage in a smooth, lyrical style. More specifically, the term can refer to: Cantilena album, jazz album by First House Cantilena Antiqua, an Italian early music ensemble Salva lo vescovo senato, als ...

1982 World Cup (mens golf)

The 1982 World Cup took place 2–5 December 1982 at Pierre Marques Golf Club in Acapulco, Mexico. It was the 29th World Cup event. The previous World Cup was played in 1980, since the 1981 event was cancelled. The tournament was a 72-hole stroke p ...

Kalika

Kalika may refer to: Kālikā, a daughter of Daksa Kali, also known as Kalika, the Hindu goddess associated with universal energy In places Kalika, Bardiya, Nepal Kalika, Baglung, Nepal Kalika, Sindhupalchok, Nepal Kalika, Achham, Nepal Kalika, Chi ...

Defector (disambiguation)

In politics, a defector is a person who gives up allegiance to one state or political entity in exchange for allegiance to another. Defector may also refer to:

Vikram Kolmannskog

In 2008, as a legal adviser working with the Norwegian Refugee Council, Kolmannskog wrote Future Floods of Refugees: A Comment on Climate Change, Conflict, and Forced Migration. This became the starting point for the work that he and the Norwegia ...

Mohammad Umar

Mohammad Umar may refer to: Mohammad Umar Bahawalpur cricketer, born 1980, Pakistani cricketer for Bahawalpur Mohammad Umar Karachi Whites cricketer, born 1998, Pakistani cricketer for Karachi Whites Mohammad Umar Lahore cricketer, born 1980, Pak ...

Siaka

Siaka may refer to the following people: Given name Siaka Stevens Ghanaian politician Siaka Toure 1935–1985, Guinean military commander Siaka Bamba born 1989, Ivorian football midfielder Siaka Son born 1980, Burkinabe sprinter Siaka Stevens 1905– ...

Ceara (disambiguation)

Brazilian landing ship Ceara C30, a ship of the Brazilian Navy Brazilian monitor Ceara, the fifth ship of the Para-class river monitors built for the Brazilian Navy during the Paraguayan War

Dambagalla

Dambagalla is a village and former Union Council in Monaragala District, Uva Province, southeastern-central Sri Lanka. It lies 8.2 kilometres by road to the north of Monaragala, off the Colombo-Batticaloa highway.

Dharmaraja

Dharmaraja refers to several things in Buddhism and Hinduism: Dharmaraja, the original Sanskrit term for Chogyal, which may refer to a secular ruler of Sikkim or Bhutan, or a higher-ranking monk in Tibetan Buddhism Dharmaraja College, in Sri Lank ...

Zarzita

Zarzita is a village in northwestern Syria, located in the Jebel Jalaqa region of the Dead Cities. It was constructed in the 5th-6th century CE, a time when local agricultural prosperity supported many surrounding monastic communities.

Asa

Asa of Judah, third king of the Kingdom of Judah Asa rapper, Finnish rapper Matti Salo born 1980 Åsa, a feminine given name, including a list of people Asa people, an ethnic group of Tanzania Asa, stage name of Nigerian French singer-songwriter B ...

Potpourri (Ray Bryant album)

AllMusic reviewer Scott Yanow awarded the album 3 stars, calling it "a delight for both bebop and small-group swing fans" and "one of Ray Bryants best trio records."

Parallel

Parallel Computers, Inc., an American computer manufacturer of the 1980s Parallel algorithm Parallel software, a UNIX utility for running programs in parallel Parallel Sysplex, a cluster of IBM mainframes Parallel communication Parallel computing ...

Beautiful and Wild on Ibiza

Beautiful and Wild on Ibiza is a 1980 West German comedy film directed by Sigi Rothemund and starring Regis Porte, Margit Geissler and Michael Gspandl.

Top Gun: Combat Zones

Top Gun: Combat Zones is a combat flight simulation game named after the 1986 film Top Gun. It was developed by British studio Digital Integration and published by Titus Interactive. It was originally released for the PlayStation 2 in 2001, follo ...

Star Warrior (disambiguation)

Star Warrior or Star Warriors may refer to: Star Warrior, a ring-name used by Bob Roop. Sternenkrieger literally "Star Warriors", a German release title for Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind. Star Warriors: A Penetrating Look into the Lives of t ...

Final Cut

Final cut or Final Cut may refer to: Final Cut Express, now discontinued Final Cut Studio, a discontinued professional video and audio production suite Final Cut Pro, earlier version Final Cut, non-linear video editing software by Apple, Inc Fina ...

Gridlock (disambiguation)

Gridlock is the inability to move on a transport network. Gridlock may also refer to: Gridlock game show, a 1990s game show in Ireland Gridlock board game Gridlock, a 1996 TV movie starring David Hasselhoff "Gridlock" Doctor Who, an episode of Do ...

Computability in Analysis and Physics

Computability in Analysis and Physics is a monograph on computable analysis by Marian Pour-El and J. Ian Richards. It was published by Springer-Verlag in their Perspectives in Mathematical Logic series in 1989, and reprinted by the Association fo ...

Thunder Levin

Thunder Levin is an American screenwriter and director, most famous for writing the first four Sharknado films. Levins work was largely responsible for the resurgence of sharksploitation films.

European Federation of Organisations for Medical Physics (EFOMP)

The European Federation of Organisations for Medical Physics was founded in May 1980 in London to serve as an umbrella organisation representing the national Medical Physics societies in Europe. It took just twenty-seven months from the first ini ...

Fanfare (disambiguation)

A fanfare is a flourish of horn music. Fanfare may also refer to: Fanfare decoy, a torpedo decoy Fanfare, a sculpture by Neil Dawson Fanfare film, a 1958 Dutch comedy, directed by Bert Haanstra French destroyer Fanfare Fanfare ballet, by Jerome R ...

EM1

Old name of Artemis 1, Exploration Mission-1, a planned mission for NASAs Orion spacecraft EM1, a designation for a vacuum tube, of Magic Eye type Olympus OM-D E-M1, a compact mirrorless interchangeable lens camera EM-1 Microbial Inoculant, first ...

Where Was I

Where Was I? 2001 film, biography about songwriter Tim Rose Where Was I? TV series 1952–1953 Quiz show with the panelists attempting to guess a location by looking at photos "Where Was I?" episode of Shoestring TV series 1980 Where Was I? film, 1 ...

Nannette Maciejunes

Nannette Maciejunes is the Executive Director of the Columbus Museum of Art, and the author of many books of art history, with a special focus on the work of Charles E. Burchfield and John Marin.

Beat Goes On

"The Beat Goes On", a 2002 song by Bob Sinclar "The Beat Goes On" Sonny & Cher song, 1967 "The Beat Goes On" Beady Eye song, 2011 "This Beat Goes On/Switchin to Glide", a 1980 song by The Kings "And the Beat Goes On" The Whispers song, 1980 "Beat ...

The Adventure Begins (disambiguation)

The Adventure Begins can refer to: Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins, a 1985 action-adventure film Thomas & Friends: The Adventure Begins, a 2015 animated film Ultraman: The Adventure Begins, a 1981 animated movie "The Adventure Begins", the pr ...

Wendell Smith (actor)

Originally based in Nova Scotia, Wendell Smith co-founded the Mulgrave Road Theatre Co-op in Guysborough in 1977. Smith has worked more frequently as a stage actor, although he has also appeared in several Canadian feature films, especially telev ...

A Long Way Home (1981 film)

A Long Way Home is a 1981 American made-for-television drama film directed by Robert Markowitz, written by Dennis Nemec, and starring Timothy Hutton, Brenda Vaccaro, and Rosanna Arquette. The film was nominated for two awards at the 40th Golden G ...

Dead Ahead

Dead Ahead may refer to: Dead Ahead videogame, a series of mobile and console games from Mobirate Grateful Dead: Dead Ahead, a rock concert video recorded in 1980 and released in 1981 Dead Ahead Wild Horses album, a 2003 rock album Dead Ahead: Th ...

Parmotrema apricum

Parmotrema apricum is a species of corticolous lichen in the family Parmeliaceae that is found in Africa. It was originally placed in the genus Parmelia by authors Krog and Swinscow in 1981. The holotype collection was made in the Machakos County ...

Typhoon Vongfong (2020)

Typhoon Vongfong, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Ambo, was a strong tropical cyclone that impacted Samar in the Philippines in May 2020. Beginning as a tropical depression on May 10 east of Mindanao, Vongfong was the first storm of the 2020 ...

Borova

Borova River, a river in Ukraine Borova Gora, a locality in the Pirdop municipality, in the Sofia Province of western Bulgaria Borova, Montenegro, a settlement in the Pljevlja municipality of northern Montenegro Borove, Elbasan, a settlement in t ...

Christmas Wishes

Christmas Wishes or Christmas wishes may refer to: Christmas Wishes, a 2006 album by Iranian-Armenian flamenco guitarist Armik Christmas Wishes Anne Murray album, a 1981 Christmas album by Canadian artist Anne Murray "Christmas Wishes" The Office ...