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Campesino

Campesino may refer to: Confederacion Revolucionaria de Obreros y Campesinos, Mexico Teatro Campesino, a theater group founded by the United Farm Workers Tenant farmer or farm worker in Latin America Via Campesina, the collaborating body for an i ...

                                               

Prin (disambiguation)

Prin is a Greek weekly newspaper. Prin or PRIN may also refer to Novice Prin, a fictional Catkind, who was killed in the God Complex in Doctor Who The God Complex PRIN Partido Revolucionario de la Izquierda Nacionalista, a left-wing political par ...

                                               

BRG

BRG may refer to: Borough Green & Wrotham railway station in Kent, England the postal code of Birgu, Malta British racing green, a dark green colour traditionally used on early UK racing cars BRG Sports, an American sports equipment manufacturer ...

                                               

Noya

Noya may refer to: Noia, a municipality of the pronvice of A Coruña, Galicia, Spain Noya Department, a department of Estuaire Province, Gabon Noya Station, a railway station in Japan Noia comarca, a division of the pronvice of A Coruña, Galicia, ...

                                               

Don Olive

Donald Charles Henry Olive was a New Zealand racing cyclist who represented his country at the 1950 British Empire Games. As a 19-year-old, Olive competed in the mens sprint at the 1950 British Empire Games in Auckland. In his heat, he defeated E ...

                                               

Theberge

Carole Theberge born 1953, marketing professional and former political figure in Quebec Greg Theberge born 1959, retired Canadian ice hockey player, grandson of former NHL player Dit Clapper James Daniel Theberge born 1930, United States ambassad ...

                                               

Castillo mangue

"Castillo mangue", also known as "Chevere mangue", is a traditional Cuban pregon often played as a yambu, son or guaracha. According to Helio Orovio, it is an example of an orally transmitted yambu still performed today.

                                               

A38

A38 or A-38 may refer to: A38 motorway Netherlands Bundesautobahn 38, an autobahn in Germany A38 dairy product, a fermented dairy product sold in Denmark Valiant tank, a WWII-era prototype British tank A38 Sydney, an arterial route in Sydney, Aus ...

                                               

Abraham (disambiguation)

Abraham is a patriarch described in the Book of Genesis and the Quran. Ibrahim sura "Abraham", 14th sura of the Quran Abraham in Islam, the Islamic view of Abraham Abraham may also refer to: Abraham given name, persons with the given name Abraham ...

                                               

Stamina

Stamina therapy, a controversial alternative medical treatment based on stem cells Stamen plural: stamina, the male organ of a flower Endurance, the ability of an organism to exert itself and remain active for a long period of time, as well as it ...

                                               

Goldfinger

Goldfinger film, a 1964 James Bond film starring Sean Connery "Goldfinger" Shirley Bassey song, the title song of the film performed by Shirley Bassey Goldfinger novel, a 1959 James Bond novel written by Ian Fleming Goldfinger soundtrack, the sou ...

                                               

Paul Kern (insomniac)

Paul Kern was a Hungarian soldier during World War I. On June 24, 1915, he was shot in the head by a Russian soldier during an attack on the village of Chlebovice in Galicia. The bullet removed part of his frontal lobe. Rather than killing him, t ...

                                               

M35

M35, a medical code for "other systemic involvement of connective tissue"; see ICD-10 Chapter XIII: Diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue M35, a type of high-speed steel British NVC Community M36 Lowland springs and streamb ...

                                               

Rearmament

Rearmament may refer to: Bled agreement 1938, a treaty permitting Hungary to re-arm contrary to the Treaty of Trianon British re-armament, the modernisation of the British military in response to German re-armament 1930s Moral Re-Armament MRA, an ...

                                               

Liberazione

Liberazione is Italian for liberation. It may refer to: Liberation Day Italy, April 25, the anniversary of the 1945 fall of Mussolinis Italian Social Republic; a public holiday in Italy. The Italian resistance movements "War of Liberation" or "Wa ...

                                               

Gerald Nathaniel Kalya

Hon. Gerald who hailed from Mosop, Nandi North District started as a teacher at St. Joseph, Kitale and later became an Education Officer during the pre-independence times. He attended the current Kapsabet High School for his education.

                                               

Ryo Chun-sok

Ryo Chun-seok is a military officer and politician of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea. Army General of the Korean Peoples Army, President of the Kim Il-sung Military University and a member of the Central Committee of the Party. He was d ...

                                               

P29

P29, P-29 or P.29 may refer to: Boeing P-29, an unsuccessful 1930s fighter aircraft Papyrus 29 or P29, an early copy of the New Testament in Greek P29, a Latvian state regional road - see List of National Roads in Latvia Boulton Paul Sidestrand P ...

                                               

P30

P30 or P-30 may refer to: P-30 radar, a 2D E band/F band radar Monthly summary of Employers Taxes form in Ireland see Revenue On-Line Service P30, a patrol boat of the Armed Forces of Malta formerly the East German minesweeper Ueckermuende, now d ...

                                               

Sarafand

Sarafand may refer to: Places: Sarepta, an ancient Phoenician city at the location of the modern Lebanese town Sarafand, Lebanon Tzrifin, an area in central Israel previously known as "Sarafand", which used to contain two namesake Palestinian vil ...

                                               

Rocher

Saint-Antoine-du-Rocher, a commune in the department of Indre-et-Loire Notre-Dame-du-Rocher, a commune in the department of Orne Rochers de Naye, a summit of Alps Rocher, Ardeche, a commune in the department of the Ardeche

                                               

Cobie Floor

Jacoba Georgina Bernarda "Cobie" Floor first name also written as Coby is a Dutch former diver. She was trained by trainer Bosch. Floor made her debut at the Dutch championships in 1943 and finished fourth. She classified second in second in 1944 ...

                                               

Daniel Foster

Daniel Foster may refer to: Dan Foster politician born 1948, Democratic member of the West Virginia Senate Daniel Foster Australian footballer born 1982, former Australian rules footballer Dan Foster DJ, American DJ based in Nigeria Daniel Foster ...

                                               

East Guhuan Island

East Guhuan Island is part of the Philippine territory adjacent to the island of Sabah in the Sulu Sea with 15 kilometer distance from Mangsee Island and is part of Barangay Mangsee under the Municipality of Balabac, Province of Palawan, Philippines.

                                               

Peralta

Peralta Rancho San Antonio, rancho in the East Bay, California, United States The Peralta Community College District, in the East Bay, California, United States Peralta, New Mexico, village, United States Peralta, Navarre, village in the South of ...

                                               

Sylvia Karlsson

Sylvia Ekberg-Karlsson is a former Swedish long track speed skater, who was active in the 1950s. Ekberg-Karlsson represented her nation at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women in 1951, finishing 5th overall. Between 1951 and 1 ...

                                               

Baihua

Written vernacular Chinese 白話文, the standard written form for Mandarin Chinese, in contrast to Classical Chinese Yue Chinese 粵方言, the Chinese language that includes Cantonese, native to people from Guangdong and Guangxi Cantonese 粵語廣州話 ...

                                               

Mein Leben

Mein Leben is the title of several German autobiographies, including those of the following people: Marcel Reich-Ranicki 2003 Robert Hohlbaum 1936 Rudolf Huch 1935 August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben 1868 Heinrich Harrer 2002 Published in E ...

                                               

Brian James

Brian James may refer to: Brian dArcy James born 1968, American actor and musician Brian R. James born 1974, American game designer and software engineer Brian James basketball born 1956, American basketball coach Brian James priest 1930–2013, Ch ...

                                               

Knighton Hospital

Knighton Hospital is a health facility in Ffrydd Road, Knighton, Powys, Wales. It is managed by the Powys Teaching Health Board.

                                               

Magic circle (disambiguation)

A magic circle is a ritually defined space in a number of magical traditions. Magic circle or Magic Circle may also refer to: Offshore magic circle, a group of law firms practicing in offshore jurisdictions Magic circle virtual worlds, a membrane ...

                                               

Suspense (play)

Suspense is a 1930 play by the Irish writer Patrick MacGill. Set during the First World War it focuses on a small group of soldiers who are aware that the Germans are building a mine under their trench and have to sit waiting for the enemy to det ...

                                               

Finance Federation (France)

The Finance Federation is a trade union representing workers at the Ministry of the Economy and Finance in France. The federation was created in 1930, on the initiative of the General Federation of Civil Servants FGF. It affiliated to the FGF and ...

                                               

National Federation of Entertainment, Cinema, Audiovisual and Cultural Action Unions

The National Federation of Entertainment, Cinema, Audiovisual and Cultural Action Unions is a trade union representing workers in the entertainment and media sectors in France. The federation originated in 1902 as the Musicians Federation, organi ...

                                               

No Exit (disambiguation)

Adaptations of Sartres play No Exit opera, a 2008 chamber opera by Andy Vores No Exit 1962 film, directed by Tad Danielewski No Exit 1954 film Huis clos, directed by Jacqueline Audry No Exit 1995 film, an action film No Exit 1930 film, a British film

                                               

Appleby

Appleby, Ontario, a community in Burlington, Ontario, Canada Appleby, Codington County, South Dakota, an unincorporated town in the United States Appleby, Texas, a city in the United States Appleby Corner, Ontario Appleby GO Station, a train and ...

                                               

Tom Aditya

Mayor Tom Aditya is a British Indian community campaigner and management consultant, serving as the Mayor of Bradley Stoke, Bristol in the United Kingdom. He is an active champion of human rights and equality issues. He is also the chairman of th ...

                                               

Henry Busse (photographer)

Henry Busse was an amateur photographer, who, while working at the Eldorado Mine, in remote Port Radium, took photos of high enough quality he was encouraged to become a professional photographer. He was the first professional photographer in the ...

                                               

Hammer and tongs

Hammer and Tongs, a seminal 1937 chapbook of essays by Clyde F. Beck in the field of science fiction studies Hammer and Tongs, 1999 poetry anthology featuring Karen Solie and Chris Hutchinson poet among others

                                               

Men Without Women

Men Without Women may refer to: "Men Without Women" Porridge, a 1974 episode of the BBC sitcom Porridge "Men Without Women", a 2007 episode of The IT Crowd Men Without Women film, a 1930 war drama Men Without Women Murakami short story collection ...

                                               

The Struggle

The Struggle may refer to: The Struggle 1977 film, a Hungarian animated short film The Struggle political organization, a Marxist political organization in Pakistan "The Struggle", a steep road leading to Kirkstone Pass in England The Struggle 19 ...

                                               

Danger Island

Danger Island, now known as Pukapuka, an atoll of Cook Islands in the Pacific Ocean Danger Island, Great Chagos Bank, part of Chagos Archipelago in Indian Ocean Danger Islands, near the tip of the Antarctic Peninsula in the Southern Ocean

                                               

Krok

Krok or KROK or variant thereof, may refer to: Locations Krok, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community in the United States 3102 Krok, an asteroid People Morris Krok 1931–2005, South African writer Matthew Krok b. 1983, Australian child actor Fict ...

                                               

Kenneth Norris

Kenneth or Ken Norris may refer to: Ken Norris, Montreal poet and member of The Vehicule Poets Ken Norris actor died 2008, in The Space Museum Ken Norris, fictional character, see Kyle Sampson Guiding Light Dick Norris, Kenneth Richard Norris 191 ...

                                               

Mago

Mago, Minorca, a Carthaginian and later Roman town in Menorca Mago National Park, in Ethiopia Mago Island, an island in Fiji Mago River a tributary of the Omo river in Mago National Park, Ethiopia Mount Mago a mountain in Mago National Park, Ethi ...

                                               

Arrowsmith

Arrowsmith or Arrowsmiths may refer to: Arrowsmith novel, by Sinclair Lewis Arrowsmith film, 1931 adaptation of the novel A person who makes arrows see fletching and bowyer J. W. Arrowsmith, British book printer, publisher, and imprint Arrowsmith ...

                                               

Grod

Grod may refer to: Gord archaeology Grod Gordas son of Tatra Ngrod son of Tana, c.503–528 ruler of the Huns of Keremi Crimea the earliest mention of the Keremi name which Kuber would later carry from Srem to Keramisia after Ernakh in Patria Onogu ...

                                               

Dugan of the Badlands

Dugan of the Badlands is a 1931 American Western film written and directed by Robert North Bradbury. The film stars Bill Cody, Andy Shuford, Blanche Mehaffey, Ethan Laidlaw, Julian Rivero and Earl Dwire. The film was released on June 24, 1931, by ...

                                               

The Lady in Red

The Lady in Red may refer to: Lady in Red ghost is a type of female ghost, typically a prostitute reported across North America, including the Mizpah Hotel

                                               

Bill Colbourne

William Regis Colbourne was an Australian political organiser and trade unionist. He served as general secretary of the Australian Labor Party from 1954 to 1969.