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2024 FIFA Futsal World Cup

The 2024 FIFA Futsal World Cup will be the 10th FIFA Futsal World Cup, the quadrennial international futsal championship contested by the mens national teams of the member associations of FIFA. The tournament will be held in TBD.

Bharatiya Janata Party, Karnataka

Bharatiya Janata Party, Karnataka is an Indian state level unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party in Karnataka. The headquarters is located in Malleshwaram, Bangalore. The party appointed Nalin Kumar Kateel as the president of the state unit of the B ...

Southern Positioning Augmentation Network

The Southern Positioning Augmentation Network is a satellite based augmentation system for the Australasian region being developed by Australia and New Zealand. It is expected to be operational by 2023. Work is proceeding in using Dual Frequency ...

Bengbu Metro

Bengbu Metro, officially Bengbu Rail Transit, is a rapid transit monorail system under construction in Bengbu, Anhui, China. It will connect Bengbu with nearby Huaiyuan and Fengyang counties. According to the plan it will be constructed in three ...

University Enterprise Zone

University Enterprise Zones are specific geographical areas in the United Kingdom where universities engage with Local Enterprise Partnerships to provide business incubator spaces and stimulate economic growth by the application of university bac ...

British Army Germany

British Army Germany, is the superior institution under which the remaining installations of the British Forces Germany are organized after the completion of the withdrawal of the British Forces from Germany in February 2020. Apart from the Alpin ...

2018 Assam panchayat elections

The 2018 Assam panchayat elections were held in two phases, on 5 and 9 December 2018. The counting of votes started on 12 December and results were declared on 15 December. More than 15.6 million people were eligible to vote and voter turnout was ...

New Hokkaido Baseball Stadium

ES CON Field Hokkaido is a proposed baseball ball park at the Hokkaido Ballpark F Village in Kyoei, Kitahiroshima, Hokkaido. The stadium is set to become Nippon-Ham Fighters home, replacing the Sapporo Dome. The stadium will have a retractable ro ...

Marek Pek

Marek Pek graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University 2001. In 2006 he completed post-graduate studies in European law. He dealt with legal advice in the field of, among others business law and public procu ...

Sikorsky Raider X

The Sikorsky Raider X is a compound helicopter concept with two coaxial rotors and a single pusher propeller, designed by the Sikorsky Aircraft division of Lockheed Martin for the United States Army Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft program. ...

Jalalpur Canal

Jalalpur Canal is a canal being built on the east bank of the Jhelum River. The work on the project to build this canal started on 26 December 2019. At the time of the commencement of work in 2019, this was considered to be the oldest shelved pro ...

AK Scorpii

AK Scorpii is a Herbig Ae/Be star and spectroscopic binary star about 459 light-years distant in the constellation Scorpius. The star belongs to the nearby Upper Centaurus–Lupus star-forming region and the star is actively accreting material. The ...

Aotea railway station

Aotea railway station is an under construction underground railway station in Auckland, New Zealand. It is due to open in 2024 as part of the City Rail Link project. It is expected to become the busiest rail station in New Zealand when opened, an ...

Beach Head War Cemetery

The Beach Head War Cemetery near Anzio is a Commonwealth cemetery of the Second World War. It contains graves resulting mostly from Operation Shingle and subsequent military actions in Italy. Cemetery contains 2.316 Commonwealth burials of the Se ...

Epirmupi

Epirmupi was a ruler of Elam around 2199–2154 BCE. His name is purely Akkadian, and he was in charge of Elam at the time of Rimush and Manishtushu, or early in the reign of Naram-Sin and probably their dependent and vassal. His title of "Military ...

Vostochny Airport (Amur Oblast)

Vostochny Airport is an airport under construction in Vostochny Cosmodrome, a Russian spaceport located in Amur Oblast which is in the Russian Far East.

Americas Pledge

Americas Pledge is a coalition of cities, states, universities, businesses, public sector leaders and citizens that want to ensure that United States fullfill its commitments in Paris Agreement and remains a global leader in the fight against cli ...

CloudApp

CloudApp is an instant video and image sharing platform. Its screen recording software can capture and embed HD video, screen recordings, GIFs, screencasts, screenshots and marked up images, which can then be used in software development, design, ...

Frostbite (disambiguation)

Frostbite comics Frostbite G.I. Joe, a character that has appeared in a number of G.I. Joe comics Frostbite, a Marvel Comics character who was a member of the team in X-Men 2099 Frostbite, a character that appeared in DC Comics Young Heroes in Love

List of Andie MacDowell performances

Andie MacDowell is an American actress. She made her film debut as Jane Porter in 1984s Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes. MacDowell received critical acclaim for her role in the 1989 independent drama Sex, Lies, and Videotape fro ...

Miss World Spain 2017

Miss World Spain 2017 was the 5th edition of the Miss World Spain pageant, held on September 16, 2017. The winner was Maria Elisabeth Tulian Marin of Balearic Islands and she represented Spain in Miss World 2017.

Alienor Rougeot

Alienor Rougeot a Canadian climate change activist. Rougeot came to national prominence in Canada as a Climate Strike Canada organizer. She is a leader for Torontos Fridays for Future Strikes, a movement calling on students to miss school on Frid ...

Nullification

Nullification may refer to: Nullification Crisis, the 1832 confrontation between the U.S. government and South Carolina over the latters attempt to nullify a federal law Nullification U.S. Constitution, a legal theory that a state has the right t ...

Widow of Silence

Widow of Silence is an Indian drama film directed, written and produced by Praveen Morchhale who has been hailed by critics as an important filmmaker of the Indian new wave. The film stars Ajay Chourey, Shilpi Marwaha, Bilal Ahmad, and Noorjahan. ...

The Booksellers

The Booksellers is a 2019 American documentary film that was directed, edited, and produced by D.W. Young. It was also executive produced by Parker Posey, who provides narration in the film. The film explores the world of rare book dealers and th ...

Grbavica

Grbavica may refer to: Grbavica film, a movie by Jasmila Zbanic. Golden Bear winner at the 56th Berlin International Film Festival in 2006 Grbavica Sarajevo, a quarter of the city Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina Grbavica Brcko, a quarter of th ...

Singing When Were Young

Singing When Were Young is a 2013 Chinese youth film, produced by Andy Lau, is the directors debut of Liu Juan. The film was shortlisted in the "Asian Newcomer Award" unit of the 16th Shanghai International Film Festival, and won a special jury a ...

Happy Face (film)

Happy Face is a Canadian drama film, directed by Alexandre Franchi and released in 2018. The film stars Robin LHoumeau as Stan, a young man from Montreal who tries to cope with his mothers cancer treatment, which has disfigured her appearance, by ...

Labyrinth of Cinema

Labyrinth of Cinema is a 2019 Japanese anti-war fantasy drama film written, produced, directed and edited by Nobuhiko Obayashi. It stars Takuro Atsuki, Takahito Hosoyamada, and Yoshihiko Hosoda as three men who enter an old theater in present-day ...

Chicago Democratic National Convention

Chicago Democratic National Convention may refer to the following Democratic National Convention events: 1940 Democratic National Convention 1892 Democratic National Convention 1944 Democratic National Convention 1952 Democratic National Conventi ...

Will Barfoot

Barfoot holds a bachelors degree in International Studies from Auburn University, and a JD from Jones School of Law. He works as an attorney and was co-founder of Barfoot & Schoettker, a personal injury law firm in Montgomery, Alabama.

1884 Prohibition National Convention

The 1884 Prohibition National Convention was a presidential nominating convention held at Lafayette Hall, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania from July 23–24, 1884, to select the Prohibition Partys presidential ticket for the 1884 presidential election.

1880 Prohibition National Convention

The 1880 Prohibition National Convention was a presidential nominating convention held at Halles Hall, in Cleveland, Ohio on June 17, 1880, to select the Prohibition Partys presidential ticket for the 1880 presidential election.

1980 Democratic Party vice presidential candidate selection

The selection of the Democratic Partys vice presidential candidate for the 1980 United States presidential election occurred at the partys national convention on August 11, 1980. Although incumbent Presidents and Vice Presidents are usually renom ...

Paul Porter (Michigan politician)

Porter was an alternate delegate to the Democratic National Convention from Michigan in 1968. In 1968, 1969, and 1970, Porter ran unsuccessfully for the Michigan House of Representatives seat representing the 41st district. In 1972 and 1976, Port ...

Ramesh Chand Meena

Ramesh Chand Meena is an Indian politician and currently serving as Minister of Food and Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs in Ashok Gehlot ministry and also member of 13th, 14th and 15th Legislative Assembly of Rajasthan. He currently represent ...

Evergreen Cemetery

Evergreen Cemetery Oakland, California, site for the memorial plaque honoring the victims of the Jonestown Massacre Evergreen Cemetery Los Angeles, California Evergreen Cemetery Riverside, California

Stalker (The Walking Dead)

"Stalker" is the tenth episode of the tenth season of the post-apocalyptic horror television series The Walking Dead, which aired on AMC on March 1, 2020. The episode was written by Jim Barnes and directed by Bronwen Hughes. The episode was accla ...

Air India Flight

Air India Flight or Air India Crash or variant may refer to: Market share 4-3-20 at 11% Air India Air India Flight 403, 21 June 1982 crash at Bombay, India Air India Flight 855, 1 January 1978 crash into the Arabian Sea, near India Air India Flig ...

Ashcan

Ashcan may refer to: Ashcan School, a realist artistic movement Ashcan comic, a comic book created solely to establish trademarks on potential titles and not intended for sale Camp Ashcan, Camp for German hierarchy after WW2, where they were inte ...

Andrew (disambiguation)

Andrew County, Missouri, United States Port Andrew, Wisconsin, United States Andrew, West Virginia, United States Andrew, Alberta, Canada Andrew MBTA station in Boston, Massachusetts, United States Andrew, Iowa, United States

Bradshaw House

Bradshaw House may refer to: in the United States by state then city Parker-Bradshaw House, Lufkin, Texas, NRHP-listed in Angelina County Bradshaw House Birmingham, Alabama, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP in Birmingham, A ...

Platter Kill

Platter Kill is a tributary of Schoharie Creek. The Platter Kills 11-square-mile 28 km 2 watershed accounts for about 1.2 percent of the Schoharie basin.

Birch Creek (Esopus Creek tributary)

Birch Creek flows into Esopus Creek in Big Indian. Most of Bel­leayre Ski Resort is located within Birch Creek’s water­shed, and therefore the runoff from the ski resorts snow­pack drains into Birch Creek via Cathe­dral Brook.

Blue Elan Records

Blue Elan Records is an independent record label based in Los Angeles, California. It was founded by entertainment and insurance lawyer Kirk Pasich, and his son, musician Connor Pasich, in 2014. Stylistically, the labels releases cover Alternativ ...

Janouk Kelderman

Kelderman had a love of theatre from a very young age, wearing her ballet suit to dance class in kindergarten at the age of three and collecting costumes from school plays at the age of five. She also had a passion for music, playing both saxopho ...

Dieter Reith

Reith began taking piano lessons in 1945. In 1956, he played with the jazz club "Katakombe" in Mainz. After he earned his Abitur in 1958, he studied music and experimental physics. From 1970 to 1973, Reith was an organist for Peter Herbolzheimers ...

Yakov Gercberg

Yakov Lvovich Gercberg, born on January 10, 1898 in Warsaw, died on October 26, 1937 in Moscow) - a Polish political activist, Soviet officer of the secret services. Gercberg was a member of the Polish Socialist Party PPS. In 1919 he joined the R ...

Bev

Bev may refer to: Bevs, slang for beverages, generally implying beer or other alcoholic drinks Bev given name, a list of people and fictional characters with the unisex given name BEV may stand for: Bundesamt fur Eich- und Vermessungswesen, the A ...

Jiangxiaobai

Jiangxiaobai is a Chinese light-aroma baijiu brand that produces grain spirits with focus on the market of young adults.