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2020 Russian Womens World Qualification Event

The 2020 Russian Womens World Qualification Event was held from February 14 to 16 in Sochi, Russia at the Ice Cube Curling Center. The event was used to select the team that was supposed to represent Russia at the 2020 World Womens Curling Champi ...

Fran

Fran may refer to: Fran given name, a Spanish, Catalan and Italian given name and short form of the English names Frances and Francis Fran film, a 1985 Australian film Fran Final Fantasy, a character in Final Fantasy XII Dennis Franchione, former ...

Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Pune

Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Pune or SIBM Pune is Constituent of Symbiosis International University. Established in 1978, the institute offers masters degree programmes in management, innovation and entrepreneurship and a number of ...

Black Cat Alley

Black Cat Alley is an arts destination in a one-block alleyway in Milwaukee, Wisconsin known for its street art mural installations. It is located behind the historic Oriental Theatre and includes both temporary and semi-permanent installations b ...

Jacob Smith

Jacob Smith may refer to: Jacob Getlar Smith 1898–1958, painter and muralist Jacob Smith field hockey, played for New Zealand mens national field hockey team Jacob W. Smith 1851–1926, businessman and political figure in Saskatchewan, Canada Jacob ...

48th Highlanders of Canada Pipes & Drums

The 48th Highlanders of Canada Pipes and Drums is an authorized pipe band in the Canadian Forces and is currently located at Moss Park Armoury in Toronto, Ontario. The current pipe major is Master Warrant Officer Iain Lang, who is concurrently th ...

Tomari Mari

Tomari Mari (Japanese: 兎鞠まり, Hiragana: とまりまり )is a Japanese Babiniku virtual YouTuber who works on YouTube. She has been active since July 1, 2018 and is currently a member of upd8. She announces that her real gender is male and called ...

Yusuf Tunaoğlu

Yusuf Tunaoğlu started to play football at the age of 8. Tunaoğlu started to play club football at Besiktas J.K in 1958, where he was promoted to senior team at the age of 17 in 1962–63 season. In June 1970, Tunaoğlu was linked with Belgian side ...

Grapes of Wrath

The Grapes of Wrath, a 1939 novel by John Steinbeck The Grapes of Wrath, a 1901 novel by Mary Harriott Norris A phrase in the Bibles Book of Revelation, chapter 14 verse 19: "The angel swung his sickle on the earth, gathered its grapes and threw ...

Bayonet (disambiguation)

Lens mount, sometimes as a bayonet type Bayonet lug, a metal feature used to attach a bayonet to a long gun Bayonet 2018 film, 2018 Finnish-Mexican film Bayonet mount, an electrical fastening mechanism Operation Bayonet darknet, multinational law ...

Tetiana Omelchenko

Tetiana Omelchenko is an Azerbaijani freestyle wrestler. She won a bronze medal at the European Wrestling Championships in four consecutive years: 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020.

2018 Nippon Professional Baseball draft

The 2018 Nippon Professional Baseball Draft was held on 25 October 2018 at the Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa to assign amateur baseball players to the NPB. It was arranged with the special cooperation of Taisho Pharmaceutical Co. with official nami ...

Kim Seong-yoon

Kim Seong-yoon is a South Korean professional baseball outfielder currently playing for the Samsung Lions of Korea Baseball Organization. At 5 ft 4 in, he over-took Kim Sun-bin of Kia Tigers, who stands at 5 ft 5 in, to be the shortest player in ...

2018–19 Jwaneng Galaxy FC season

The 2018–19 season was Jwaneng Galaxys 4th consecutive in the Botswana Premier League, the top division in Botswana football. The club competed in the Botswana Premier League, Mascom Top 8 Cup and Botswana FA Cup. It was the first season under Po ...

2007 FC Spartak Moscow season

The 2007 FC Spartak Moscow season was the clubs 16th season in the Russian Premier League season. Spartak finished the season in 2nd position for the second year in a row, qualifying for the 2008–09 UEFA Champions League Third Qualifying Round. I ...

2004 FC Spartak Moscow season

The 2004 FC Spartak Moscow season was the clubs 13th season in the Russian Premier League season. Spartak finished the season in 8th position, and where knocked out of the 2004–05 Russian Cup by Metallurg Lipetsk at the Round of 32 stage. In Euro ...

ABP

Stichting Pensioenfonds ABP, a European pension fund for government workers in the Netherlands Associated British Ports, port operator in the UK ABP Induction Systems, a global industrial firm Ananda Publishers, or ABP Pvt. Ltd., an India-based p ...

Joe Cummings (American football)

Joe Edward Cummings is a former American football linebacker in the National Football League. He played college football at Wyoming.

2020 English cricket season

The 2020 English cricket season was originally scheduled to run between 2 April and 25 September. It should have been the 131st year in which the County Championship has been an official competition and included first-class, one-day and Twenty20 ...

List of American and Canadian Graded races

This List of American and Canadian Graded races is recognized as a list of classified Black type thoroughbred horse races in the United States and Canada as provided the American Graded Stakes Committee of the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Ass ...

Top Gear (series 28)

The twenty-eighth series of Top Gear aired in late January 2020 on BBC Two and BBC Two HD. It will also be the final series of the show to air on the channel: after 43 years, from series 29 onwards the show will move to BBC One and BBC One HD. It ...

Reventon Triple Crown

The Reventon Triple Crown is a series of snooker tournaments held in the Reventon Snooker Academy, Melbourne, Australia. It is formed by the tournaments Reventon Masters, Reventon Classic and Reventon International, and is held annually.

Red ball

"The Red Ball", season 3, episode 3 of the American animated television series The Boondocks the title refers to the game of kickball, which uses the same red rubber balls as dodgeball "Red Ball", Law & Order, season 16, episode 1

Super Bowl XLV halftime show

The Super Bowl XLV halftime show took place on February 6, 2011 at the Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas as part of Super Bowl XLV. The Black Eyed Peas performed a medley of their greatest hits: "I Gotta Feeling", "Boom Pow", "Pump It", "The Ti ...

Swimming with Sharks (disambiguation)

Swimming with Sharks is a 1994 American comedy-drama film, directed and written by George Huang. Swimming with Sharks may also refer to: Swimming with Sharks, a band project of German musicians Inga and Annette Humpe also known as Humpe & Humpe S ...

Matt Ford (disambiguation)

Matt Ford is an American left-handed professional baseball pitcher. Matt Ford may also refer to: Matt Ford, aka DJ Format, British hip hop DJ Matthew Ford ice hockey born 1984, American professional ice hockey forward Matt Ford, Australian songwr ...

Cut shot

A cut shot is a type of shot in several sports. In golf, it is a shot that, for a right-handed golfer, curves from left to right. Unlike a slice, a cut shot is intentional. Compare: fade. In pool, it is a shot in which the cue ball strikes the ob ...

Viatcheslav Artaev

Viatcheslav Borisovich Artaev is a Russian-American physicist who studies Mass Spectrometer technology. He currently works as the Technical Director for Research and Development Separation Science for LECO Corporation based in Saint Joseph, Michi ...

Wang Lei

Wang Lei is the name of: Wang Lei chess player born 1975, Chinese woman grandmaster chess player Wang Lei canoeist born 1981, Chinese sprint canoer Wang Lei footballer born 1995, Chinese footballer Wang Lei basketball born 1986, Chinese professio ...

Kreuzer (disambiguation)

Oliver Kreuzer born 1965, German footballer Lisa Kreuzer born 1945, German television and film actor Matthew Kreuzer born 1989, Australian rules footballer Erwin Kreuzer 1878 – 1953, a German bishop of the Old Catholic Church Hermann Kreuzer acti ...

TCEC Season 17

The 17th season of the Top Chess Engine Championship began on 2 January 2020 and ended on 22 April 2020. TCEC Season 16 3rd-place finisher Leela Chess Zero won the championship, defeating the defending champion Stockfish 52.5-47.5 in the superfin ...

Michael Keller

Michael or Mike Keller may refer to: Michael Keller footballer, footballer for Zug 94 Michael Keller bishop 1896–1961, bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Munster Michael Keller chess composer born 1949, German International Grandmaster for c ...

Anahita Zahedifar

Anahita Zahedifar is an Iranian chess player. She is a Woman FIDE Master since 2015. She is ranked best female U18 in Iran, 8th female U18 in Asia, and 32nd female U18 in the world. Her highest rating was 2213. She won the Women Iranian Chess Cha ...

Fair Play

Fair Play novel Rent spel, by Finnish author Tove Jansson Fairplay magazine, a shipping news publication Fair Play, a 1972 TV movie starring Paul Ford Fair Play film, a 2014 Czech drama

1999 Alabama Crimson Tide baseball team

The 1999 Alabama Crimson Tide baseball team is a baseball team that represented the University of Alabama in the 1999 NCAA Division I baseball season. The Crimson Tide were members of the Southeastern Conference and played their home games at Sew ...

Miguel Crame

Miguel Crame is a center forward and winger, most known for his stint with Meralco. He helped the club win the Lobregat Cup for three consecutive editions from 1967 to 1969. He reportedly held the domestice-league record of 10 goals which he scor ...

Madden NFL 21

Madden NFL 21 is an upcoming American football video game based on the National Football League, being developed by EA Tiburon and will be published by Electronic Arts. It is the upcoming installment in the long-running Madden NFL series. It will ...

2020 Fed Cup Asia/Oceania Zone

China and India were promoted to the 2020 Fed Cup Play-offs. Chinese Taipei and Uzbekistan were relegated to Asia/Oceania Zone Group II in 2021.

2020 Fed Cup Americas Zone

Argentina and Mexico were promoted to the 2020 Fed Cup Play-offs. Peru and Venezuela were relegated to Americas Zone Group II in 2021.

AENA Super Cup

The AENA Super Cup was the top level netball league featuring teams from England between 2001 and 2005. The league was organised by the All England Netball Association. Its main sponsor was Fisher & Paykel and, as a result, it was also known as t ...

Hec McDonald

Hec McDonald was a rugby league player from New Zealand. In 1924 he represented New Zealand in 3 tests against England and in so doing became Kiwi number 165.

Michael Dokes vs. Evander Holyfield

Michael Dokes vs. Evander Holyfield, billed as A Date with Destiny ", was a professional boxing match contested on March 11, 1989 for the WBC Continental Americas heavyweight title.

Rufus (Kim Possible)

Rufus is a fictional character in the American animated television series Kim Possible and its 2019 live-action film adaptation. Voiced by actress Nancy Cartwright, Rufus is a pet naked mole-rat owned by Ron Stoppable – Kim Possibles best friend ...

List of Super Dragon Ball Heroes episodes

Super Dragon Ball Heroes is a Japanese original net animation and promotional anime series for the card and video games of the same name. Similar to Dragon Ball GT, it is a manga-inspired installment of the Dragon Ball media franchise, created by ...

Winger

Winger can refer to: Winger ice hockey Winger association football Winger sports, a position on the extreme left and right sides in many sports Winger rugby union Winger rugby league Winger Township, Polk County, Minnesota Winger album, the bands ...

Polar

Polar musician, Norwegian electronic music producer

Exposure

Exposure, a webcomic from Red Giant Entertainment Exposure magic, revealing magicians secrets

Drive

Roadways called "drives" may include: Driveway, a private road for local access to structures, abbreviated "drive" Road, an identifiable thoroughfare, route, way, or path between two places

Valkyrie (disambiguation)

Valkyrie Eclipse Comics, an Eclipse Comics publication Valkyrie magazine The Valkyries novel, by Paulo Coelho Valkyries comics, a 2000 AD story

Miss America (disambiguation)

Miss America DC Comics, a Quality Comics and later DC Comics character Miss America Marvel Comics, a list of Marvel Comics characters named Miss America Miss America Madeline Joyce, a Marvel Comics character Miss America Chavez, a Marvel Comics c ...