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CA4

CA4 may refer to: Cornu Ammonis region 4, a region of the hippocampus Carbonic anhydrase 4, an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the CA4 gene CA-4 may refer to: USS Pittsburgh CA-4, a 1901 United States Navy armored cruiser Central America-4 Bo ...

                                               

Oscar Garcia

Oscar Garcia may refer to: Oscar Garcia Junyent born 1973, Spanish former footballer and manager Oscar Garcia canoeist born 1972, Spanish sprint canoer Oscar Garcia fencer born 1966, Cuban fencer Oscar Boniek Garcia born 1984, Honduran footballer ...

                                               

Pekka Saila

Saila made his debut for the Finland Davis Cup team during the 1962 Europe Zone second round tie against Czechoslovakia. During his sixteen-year Davis Cup career, he played in twenty-three Davis Cup singles rubbers, seven of which he won, and he ...

                                               

Nader Galal

Nader Galal was an Egyptian television and film director he was best known for directing Batal men Waraq, El-Irhaby and El-Wad Mahrouz Betaa El-Wazir.

                                               

Epeli

Epeli is a Fijian male given name. Notable people with this name include: Epeli Nailatikau I 1842–1901, Fijian Paramount Chief Epeli Rabua born 1998, Fijian swimmer Epeli Kanakana died 2010, Fijian chief Epeli Rakai born 1961, Fijian rugby union ...

                                               

Tapanuli

Tapanuli may refer to: SS Tapanoeli, a Dutch steam merchant ship from Rotterdam that was active from 1924, primarily in connection to Batavia, Dutch East Indies, which was sunk by German U-boats on 17 March 1941 Tapanuli fever, a fictional illnes ...

                                               

Presidential Unit Citation

A Presidential Unit Citation is a unit citation awarded by the president of a state. Specific awards include: Philippine Republic Presidential Unit Citation, awarded to U.S. military and Philippine military for actions during and after World War ...

                                               

Gonne Donker

Hillegonda" Gonne” Zwarenstein-Donker sometimes written as Glou Donker was a Dutch long track speed skater. Donker represented the Netherlands at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women in 1937 finishing 5th, 1938 finishing 6th a ...

                                               

Samuel Ellis

J. Sam Ellis, American politician Samuel Ellis English cricketer 1851–1930, English cricketer Samuel Ellis 1733–1794, owner of land in New York Harbor after whom Ellis Island is named Sam Ellis cricketer 1870/71–1946, English cricketer Sammy Elli ...

                                               

Torbay (disambiguation)

Torbay is a local government district in Devon, England. Torbay Tor Bay can also mean: Places Torbay, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada Torbay, New Zealand Torbay, Western Australia Tor Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada People George Torbay, Australian te ...

                                               

Buttermilk (disambiguation)

Buttermilk Sky, Nigerian Dwarf goat and 2012 Internet viral video sensation Buttermilk horse 1941-1972, appeared in numerous American Western films with cowgirl star Dale Evans

                                               

Triglav (disambiguation)

Triglav can mean: Triglav National Park Triglav, the highest peak in Julian Alps in Slovenia and related Triglav Lakes Valley Triglav 2010, a Svetlyak -class patrol boat of the Slovenian Armed Forces Triglav 1949, a Ciclone -class torpedo boat of ...

                                               

Wound Medal

A Wound Medal is a medal, usually military, generally given to persons wounded or otherwise invalided as a result of combat action. "Wound Medal" may refer to: The Egyption War Wounded Medal The State of Croatia 1941-45 Wound Medal The Austro-Hun ...

                                               

Pearl Harbor (disambiguation)

Pearl Harbor is a lagoon harbor on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, west of Honolulu. Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, the joint United States Navy and Air Force base in Oahu Pearl Harbor National Wildlife Refuge Attack on Pearl Harbor, the 7 December ...

                                               

Jimmy Hawkins

Jimmy Hawkins is an American former actor. He is probably best-known for his TV roles in shows like Annie Oakley, "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet", "The Donna Reed Show" and as Tommy Bailey, the youngest son of James Stewart and Donna Reed, ...

                                               

Grazia Volpi

Grazia Volpi was an Italian film producer. She was one of the first women in Italy who achieved the position of film producer.

                                               

Kenneth Miller

Kenny Miller born 1979, Scottish footballer Kenny Miller basketball born 1967, former basketball player Ken Miller American football born 1958, American football cornerback Ken Miller gridiron football born 1941, head coach of the Saskatchewan Ro ...

                                               

Island in the Sky

Island in the Sky or may refer to: "Island in the Sky" a documentary on a journey through Tibet by Anthony Souter and Richard Lohr 1987 © Channel 4. Island in the Sky, the Ernest K. Gann 1944 novel from which the 1953 film was adapted Island in t ...

                                               

David Archer

David Archer may refer to: David Archer umpire 1931–1992, West Indian cricketer and umpire David Archer field hockey born 1928, British Olympic hockey player Dave Archer painter born 1941, reverse glass painter and sculptor David Archer American ...

                                               

Stephen Cole

Stephen or Steven Cole may refer to: Stephen Cole broadcaster born 1954, presenter for Al Jazeera English Steve Cole, American saxophone player Stephen V. Cole, American game designer Steven Cole, British actor Stephen Cole writer born 1971, auth ...

                                               

Days of Infamy

Days of Infamy may refer to one of two alternate history novels about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, which brought the United States of America into World War II. The title alludes to President Franklin Roosevelts speech to Congress asking ...

                                               

Third Avenue Line

Third Avenue Line may refer to the following transit lines: Third Avenue Elevated, the portion of Fifth Avenue Line Brooklyn elevated on Third Avenue, Brooklyn; closed in 1940 Third Avenue Line, a former streetcar line in Brooklyn that closed in ...

                                               

Bats in the belfry

"Bats in the Belfry", a song by Nox Arcana from their 2005 album Transylvania "Bats in the Belfry", a song by Zombie Ghost Train from their 2007 album Dealing the Death Card "Bats in the Belfry", a song by Annihilator from their 1993 album Set th ...

                                               

Gear (disambiguation)

Gears software formerly Google Gears, a browser plug-in from Google that enables development of off-line browser applications Samsung Gear, a line of Samsung smartwatches Gear, an image of a gear often symbolizes computer configuration Gear, a se ...

                                               

X Army Corps (Italy)

The Corps fought in Northern Africa and took part in the Western Desert Campaign until it was destroyed in the Second Battle of El Alamein in November 1942. From 22 October to 4 November 1942, British attacks destroyed its three dependent divisio ...

                                               

Patis (plant)

Patis is a genus of grasses in the Stipeae tribe of the grass family, found in China, Korea, Japan, eastern Canada, and north central and eastern United States. The name Patis, an anagram of the closely-related Stipa, was assigned by Japanese bot ...

                                               

S42

S42 may refer to: Siemens S42, a 2000 variant of the tri-band mobile phone Siemens S40 Sikorsky S-42, a 1930s American commercial flying boat S-42 geodetic datum, a geodetic datum used in Eastern Europe, also known as Pulkovo 1942 or System 1942 ...

                                               

Ray Thompson

Ray Thompson may refer to: Raymond H. Thompson, professor and Arthurian scholar Raymond Thompson priest born 1942, Dean of Clogher, 2005–2009 Ray Thompson politician, former North Dakota state treasurer, see Political party strength in North Dako ...

                                               

Tony Hall

Tony Hall may refer to: Tony Hall musician born 1941, melodeon player born in Beccles, Suffolk England Tony P. Hall born 1942, American politician, representative and ambassador Tony Hall Australian footballer born 1964, Australian rules football ...

                                               

Arzoo

Aarzoo is a word originally from Dari-Persian, also used in Turkish and Hindi, meaning desire or wish.It has a spiritual context relating to aspiration and not ambition.It is more related to need and not want. Arzoo may refer to:

                                               

Doorman

A doorman, also known as doorkeeper, is someone who is posted at, and often guards, a door, or by extension another entrance. Specific uses include:

                                               

Mapuche football team

The Mapuche football team is a football team representing the Mapuche of the Chile and Argentina and is controlled by the Mapuche Football Association founded in 2007. The stated mission of the team is ".to allow Mapuche as a distinct cultural en ...

                                               

Camp Sibert

Camp Sibert was a U.S. Army chemical weapons training facility in Etowah County, Alabama and St. Clair County, Alabama during the World War II era. Covering 32.000 acres it was acquired by the Army in 1942. The site has been redeveloped including ...

                                               

GroSdeutschland (disambiguation)

GroSdeutschland is German for "Greater Germany" or "Big Germany." It can refer to: GroSdeutsches Reich, Nazi Germanys official state name from 1943 to 1945. GroSdeutschland, the name informally adopted by Nazi Germany after annexing Austria in Ma ...

                                               

Forges

Forges-sur-Meuse, in the Meuse department Les Forges, Vosges, in the Vosges department Saint-Maurice-aux-Forges, in the Meurthe-et-Moselle department Cussy-les-Forges, in the Yonne department Forges, Charente-Maritime, in the Charente-Maritime de ...

                                               

1942 Akron Zippers football team

The 1942 Akron Zippers football team was an American football team that represented the University of Akron as an independent during the 1942 college football season. In its second and final season under head coach Otis Douglas, the team compiled ...

                                               

Pedernales

Pedernales may refer to: Geography Pedernales, Dominican Republic, its capital Pedernales Province, Dominican Republic Salar de Pedernales, Chile Pedernales Canton, Manabi Province, Ecuador Pedernales, Ecuador, its capital Pedernales River, Texas ...

                                               

South Zone

South Zone or Southern Zone may refer to: Southern Indo-Aryan languages Zone libre, a partition of the France during the Second World War, called the South Zone from November 1942 South Zone of São Paulo, Brazil South Zone cricket team, an Indian ...

                                               

El Peñon

El Peñon may refer to: El Peñon Antarctica, a monolithic formation on Livingston Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. El Peñon, Cundinamarca, a town and municipality of Colombia in the department of Cundinamarca El Peñon mine, one of ...

                                               

Lancer (disambiguation)

Republic P-43 Lancer, a single-engine fighter first delivered to the United States Army Air Corps in 1940 Lockheed CL-1200 Lancer, a late-1960s proposed update to the F-104 Starfighter Sperry Lancer, an American crew-served partially portable sur ...

                                               

David E. Richards

David Emrys Richards was an American prelate of the Episcopal Church who served as the Suffragan Bishop of Albany and then as bishop to multiple missionary districts in Central America.

                                               

Achelous (disambiguation)

Achelous is a river god in Greek mythology. Achelous may also refer to: rivers Achelous River Arcadia, a river in Arcadia, Greece Achelous River, a river in western Greece Achelous River Thessaly, a river in Thessaly, Greece Aheloy river, a river ...

                                               

List of botanical gardens in Honduras

Botanical gardens in Honduras have collections consisting entirely of Honduras 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 ...

                                               

USS Banaag (YT-104)

She was laid down at the Hong Kong shipyard of Hong Kong and Whampoa Dock Company Ltd. as a copper-sheathed composite hull tug for the benefit of the United States Navy. On 1 February 1911, she was delivered and commissioned at the Olongapo Naval ...

                                               

Erich Andres (footballer)

Erich Andres was a Swiss footballer who played in the 1940s and early 1950s. He played as Striker. Andres played his early football for FC Wettingen and moved on to FC Zurich for the 1941–42 Nationalliga season. A bit more than a year later, in D ...

                                               

Balikpapan (disambiguation)

Balikpapan can refer to: Balikpapan, a seaport city on the east coast of the island of Borneo, Indonesia Balikpapan, a regency district of East Kalimantan, Indonesia Balikpapan can also refer to: Battle of Balikpapan 1945, a World War II battle d ...

                                               

Afro (disambiguation)

Afro currency, a possible name for the single currency of the proposed African Monetary Union Afro-, relating to Africa ICFTU African Regional Organisation, a former regional union confederation AFRO, the African regional office of the World Heal ...

                                               

List of tank brigades of the Red Army

This page lists tank brigades of the Red Army during World War II. The tank brigade occupied an intermediate position between a tank regiment and tank divisions of the Red Army. A tank brigade can be separate, that is, formally not part of corps ...

                                               

Tonny Monari

Antoinette "Tonny" Monari-Wittink is a former Dutch and French long track speed skater, who was active in the 1960s. Wittink did a teacher education Mo-lerarenopleiding and was teacher physical education in the Netherland. As a Dutch speed skater ...

                                               

Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation between Spain and Portugal

The Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation between Spain and Portugal is a bilateral Treaty of Friendship signed between Spain and Portugal on 22 November 1977. It was ratified on 17 April 1978 in Portugal and 25 April 1978 in Spain. Its stated goa ...