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Larsen

Larsen Bay, in Alaska Larsen Channel, in Antarctica Larsen Islands, in Antarctica Larsen Ice Shelf, in Antarctica Cape Larsen and Larsen Bay in American Samoa

                                               

Evasion

Evasion may refer to: Evasion FM, a French local radio station Evasion book, a book adapted from a zine of the same title Evasion, a Canadian French-language travel and adventure television channel Evade, a 1960s board game in the 3M bookshelf ga ...

                                               

Tru

Tru may refer to: Tru fm, a South African commercial radio station Turoyo language, ISO 639-3 code "Tru" song, a 2016 song by American singer Lloyd from the EP Tru Tru, an album by Cro Tru restaurant 1999–2017, French restaurant located in Chicag ...

                                               

Fauji Calling

Fauji Calling, an upcoming Hindi language film which showcases the story of a soldier who sacrifices his life in an attack and the struggle of his family after the attack. The film cast includes Sharman Joshi, Ranjha Vikram Singh, Bidita Bag, Mah ...

                                               

Battle of Piteå

The Battle of Piteå occurred on 25 August 1809, near Piteå, Sweden. A Swedish naval force under the command of Major C.F. von Hauswolff was ordered to cut off the northward retreat of a Russian force under General Nikolay Kamensky which had been ...

                                               

Branca Edmee Marques

Branca Edmee Marques de Sousa Torres was a leading Portuguese specialist in the peaceful applications of nuclear technology who obtained a doctorate in Paris under the guidance of Marie Curie. Returning to Lisbon she founded the Radiochemistry La ...

                                               

TKN (song)

TKN is a song recorded by Spanish singer and songwriter Rosalia in collaboration with American rapper Travis Scott. Released through Epic and Columbia Records on May 28, 2020, the song is a single of Rosalias third studio album, which is set to b ...

                                               

Jagga Jiunda E

Jagga Jiunda E is a 2018 Indian Punjabi-language action film directed by Amit Singh. It stars Jackie Shroff, Daljeet Kalsi, Kainaat Arora, Yograj Singh, and Karamjit Anmol.

                                               

Belleza

Belleza proveniente de una joven llamada Vanessa Monreal es como se le caracterizo por sus rasgos faciales. Belleza Argentina, beauty contest Admiral Belleza in Skies of Arcadia#Characters La Belleza, Santander Colombia

                                               

Carla (disambiguation)

Typhoon Carla 1965, a Category 4 typhoon Tropical Storm Carla 1956 Typhoon Carla 1962, a Category 1 typhoon Tropical Storm Carla 1977 Tropical Storm Carla 1971 Hurricane Carla, one of two Category 5 tropical cyclones during the 1961 Atlantic hurr ...

                                               

Lumina

Lumina may refer to: Lumina desktop environment, a desktop environment developed for TrueOS and other Unix and Unix-like systems Chevrolet Lumina The plural form for Lumen anatomy, the innermost layer of a hollow organ such as the stomach or an a ...

                                               

Tu y Yo

Tu y Yo may refer to: "Tu y Yo", 1992 song by Ana Gabriel from the album Silueta "Tu y Yo", 1993 song by Luis Miguel from the album Aries Tu y Yo David Bisbal album, 2014 album "Tu y Yo", a 2012 song by Lylloo & Matt Houston Tu y Yo Marcos Witt a ...

                                               

Amore Mio

"Amore mio/Quando parlo con te", song by Umberto Balsamo, 1973 "Amore Mio", song by Gene Pitney, 1966 "Amore mio", song by Mina from Del mio meglio n. 3, 1975 "Amore Mio", song by Andreas Martin, 1982 "Amore Mio", song by Thalia from Amore Mio, 2 ...

                                               

Karen Kohler

Karen Kohler was born in the Barmbek district of Hamburg. She is the daughter of a firefighter and a geriatric nurse. After graduating from school, she studied acting at the Academy of Music and Theater in Bern. She worked as an actress until 201 ...

                                               

Turtle Beach

Turtle Beach may refer to: Turtle Beach Florida south of Sarasota Laniākea Beach on the North Shore of Oahu Hawaii, U.S. also known as "Turtle Beach" due to the large number of turtles that frequent it Turtle Beach, Saint Kitts and Nevis, a settl ...

                                               

Glienicke

Glienicke may refer to: Glienicker Lake, part of lake Wannsee in Berlin Glienicke/Nordbahn, to the north of Berlin Glienicke Bridge Glienicke Palace SchloS, Glienicke may also refer to: Jagdschloss Glienicke, hunting castle, to the south, at the ...

                                               

Blankenburg

Bad Blankenburg, a German town in the Saalfeld-Rudolstadt district of Thuringia Blankenburg Castle Harz, the castle in Blankenburg am Harz see above Blankenburg am Harz, a German town in the district of Harz, Saxony-Anhalt Blankenburg, Unstrut-Ha ...

                                               

Broadstone

Broadstone may refer to: Broadstone Station, a former railway station and current LUAS station in the Dublin Suburb Broadstone railway works, a former railway workshop surrounding the station now used as bus garages Broadstone, Dublin, an inner c ...

                                               

Skalka

Skalka may refer to: In the Czech Republic: Skalka Prague Metro, a Prague Metro station of Line A Skalka u Doks, a village and municipality in Česka Lipa District in the Liberec Region Skalka Hazlov, a village in Karlovy Vary Region Skalka Hodoni ...

                                               

Fountain of Neptune

The Fountain of Neptune is the name of several fountains in the world: Fountain of Neptune, Madrid Fountain of Neptune, Bologna, by Giambologna Fountain of Neptune, Messina by Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli Fountain of Neptune, Florence, by Bartolomm ...

                                               

Senator Thompson

Senator Thompson may refer to: United States Senators Fountain L. Thompson 1854–1942, U.S. Senator from North Dakota from 1909 to 1910 John Burton Thompson 1810–1874, U.S. Senator from Kentucky from 1853 to 1859 William Howard Thompson 1871–1928, ...

                                               

South Bay

Nam Van "South Bay", on the Macau Peninsula, an artificial lake Nam Wan "South Bay", on Tsing Yi Island, Hong Kong Tai Nam Wan "Great South Bay", on Tsing Yi Island, Hong Kong

                                               

Protector class

Protector class may refer to: Protector Pacific Forum-class small patrol boat, 33-metre 108 ft Hong Kong Police patrol vessel Marine Protector-class patrol boat, 27-metre 89 ft United States Coast Guard patrol vessels based on the Damen Stan 2600 ...

                                               

Western District

Western District of Tennessee Western District of Oklahoma Western District of Texas Western District of Kentucky Western District of Washington Western District, Jackson County, West Virginia Western District of New York Western District of Colu ...

                                               

Causeway (disambiguation)

Causeway Road, a main road in Hong Kong The Causeway, two bridges that span the Swan River in Perth, Western Australia The Causeway, Bermuda Causeway Lane, the home ground of Matlock Town F.C., an English football club The Johor-Singapore Causewa ...

                                               

Long Valley

Long Valley may refer to: Long Valley, California, former name of Greenwood, El Dorado County, California Long Valley Lake County, California Long Valley Nevada Long Valley, Hong Kong Long Valley, New Jersey Long Valley, Hampshire, England Long V ...

                                               

SLHS

SLHS may refer to: Spanaway Lake High School, a high school located in Spanaway, Washington Standley Lake High School, a high school located in Westminster, Colorado. Shilin High School of Commerce, a high school located in Taipei, Taiwan. Seven ...

                                               

文山

文山 may refer to: In the Mandarin Chinese reading Wenshān: Wenshan City, seat of the autonomous prefecture Wenshan Line of the Taipei Rapid Transit System, Taiwan, Republic of China Wenshan Airport, which serves the autonomous prefecture Wenshan ...

                                               

TLI

TLI may refer to: The Living Infinite Tall Latte index, an economic index based on the cost of a cup of Starbucks coffee Trophic level index, an index used in New Zealand for measuring the nutrient content of a lake Term Life Insurance Transport ...

                                               

Tyreso (disambiguation)

Tyreso Palace, palace in Tyreso Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden Tyreso Municipality, municipality in Stockholm County, Sweden Tyreso Centrum, an enclosed shopping centre in Bollmora, Tyreso Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden

                                               

Sadabad, Iran (disambiguation)

Sadabad, Rigan, a village in Rigan County Sadabad, Anbarabad, a village in Anbarabad County Sadabad, Bam, a village in Bam County Sadabad, Kerman, a village in Kerman County

                                               

Safiabad

Safiabad may refer to: Safiabad, Javanrud, a village in Kermanshah Province, Iran Safiabad Rural District, in North Khorasan Province, Iran Safiabad, Kermanshah, a village in Kermanshah Province, Iran Safiabad, Kurdistan, a village in Kurdistan P ...

                                               

Palazzo Spinola

Palazzo Spinola or Spinola Palace may refer to: Italy Palazzo Agostino Spinola Palazzo Lercari-Spinola Palazzo Jacopo Spinola Palazzo Spinola di Luccoli-Balestrino Palazzo Angelo Giovanni Spinola Palazzo Pantaleo Spinola Palazzo Luciano Spinola d ...

                                               

Quaid-E-Azam Business Park

Quaid-e-azam business park is an industrial area being developed by Punjab Government. Previously it was named as Quaid-e-azam Apparel park which was later revised to Quiad-e-azam business park in November,2019.

                                               

Sokolniki

Sokolniki, Wrzesnia County in Greater Poland Voivodeship west-central Poland Sokolniki, Plock County in Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Gmina Sokolniki, a gmina in Lodz Voivodeship Sokolniki, Goleniow County in West Pomeranian Voivodeshi ...

                                               

Zofiowka

Zofiowka may refer to: Zofiowka, Lipsko County in Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Zofiowka, Busko County in Swietokrzyskie Voivodeship south-central Poland Zofiowka, Plock County in Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Zofiowka, Lodz ...

                                               

Lagow

Lagow is the name of several villages in Poland: Lagow, Swiebodzin County Lagow, Krosno County Lagow, Krosno Odrzanskie County in Lubusz Voivodeship west Poland Lagow, Lodz County Lagow, Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Lagow, Lower Siles ...

                                               

Polesie (disambiguation)

Polesie or Polesia is a swampy region in the Eastern European Lowland. Polesie may also refer to the following villages in Poland: Polesie, Koscian County in Greater Poland Voivodeship west-central Poland Polesie, Wieruszow County in Lodz Voivode ...

                                               

Strzelce

Strzelce may refer to the following places in Poland: Strzelce, Kutno County in Lodz Voivodeship central Poland Strzelce, Swietokrzyskie Voivodeship south-central Poland Strzelce, Olesnica County in Lower Silesian Voivodeship south-west Poland St ...

                                               

Bagno

Bagno may refer to: Bagno, West Pomeranian Voivodeship north-west Poland Santa Maria al Bagno, a town in Italy Bagno, Lodz Voivodeship central Poland Bagno, Lomza County in Podlaskie Voivodeship north-east Poland Steinfurter Bagno, a park in West ...

                                               

Natolin (disambiguation)

Natolin is a park and district in southern Warsaw. Natolin may also refer to the following villages: Natolin, Grodzisk Mazowiecki County in Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Natolin, Wegrow County in Masovian Voivodeship east-central Polan ...

                                               

Zwierzyniec (disambiguation)

Zwierzyniec is a Polish word for an animal park. It may refer to the following places: Zwierzyniec, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship north-central Poland Zwierzyniec, Podlaskie Voivodeship north-east Poland Zwierzyniec, Lubusz Voivodeship west Pol ...

                                               

Zielonka (disambiguation)

Zielonka is a town in Masovian Voivodeship. Zielonka may also refer to: Zielonka, Dzialdowo County in Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship north Poland Zielonka, West Pomeranian Voivodeship north-west Poland Zielonka, Ryki County in Lublin Voivodeship ea ...

                                               

Ninoy Aquino (disambiguation)

Ninoy Aquino was a Filipino politician. Ninoy Aquino may also refer to any of the following, all of which were named for the senator: Ninoy Aquino LRT Station, a proposed LRT station in Parañaque Ninoy Aquino Stadium in Manila Sen. Ninoy Aquino, ...

                                               

Ray House

Ray House may refer to: in the United States by state then city Steedman-Ray House, Washington, D.C., listed on the NRHP in Northwest Quadrant Ray Apartments Buildings, Denver, Colorado, listed on the NRHP in Downtown Denver William H. Ray House, ...

                                               

Optical pathway

The optical pathway collects, transforms and creates an idea of the phenomena related to the presence and manifestations of light energy. Most of the impressions from the outside world are obtained through the senses of sight. The retina, which i ...

                                               

Park Road

Park Road may refer to: Park Road, Buxton, a cricket ground in Buxton, England Park Road, Kiev Parkova doroha, a street in Pechersk Raion of Kiev Park Road, Loughborough, a cricket Ground in Loughborough, Leicestershire, England Park Road Post, a ...

                                               

Gostiny Dvor (disambiguation)

Gostiny dvor is a historic Russian term for an indoor market or shopping centre. The term Gostiny Dvor may refer to: Arkhangelsk Gostiny Dvor, a network of fortified depots built in Arkhangelsk, Russia Great Gostiny Dvor, the oldest and largest s ...

                                               

Thomas House

Amon Clarence House, New Harmony, Indiana, listed on the NRHP in Indiana Thomas Homestead, Fairview, Arkansas, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP H. P. Thomas House, Taunton, Massachusetts, NRHP-listed Solomon Thomas House, S ...

                                               

Griselda Hinojosa

Maria Griselda Hinojosa Flores was a Chilean pharmacist. She became the first woman to practice pharmacy in the country after earning a degree from the University of Chile in 1889.