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Al-Naba

Al-Nabaa is an official weekly newspaper issued by the Central Media Office of the Islamic State. The first issue of the newspaper was published in 2014 and has continued to run weekly until now. Al-Nabaa newspaper deals with local news, Islamic ...

                                               

Mary Lou Romney

Mary Lou Romney, born Mary Louisa Stone, was an American Painter who resided in Utah. Romney studied art at the University of Utah where she earned a BFA and at Utah State University where she earned an MFA. She was a nationally recognized painte ...

                                               

Zeitschrift fur Musikwissenschaft

The Zeitschrift fur Musikwissenschaft was a musicology magazine which was published by Breitkopf & Hartel in Leipzig, from 1918 to 1935. It was edited by the German Music Society or German Society for Musicology. Since its first publication in 19 ...

                                               

Debutante Cotillion and Christmas Ball of Durham

The Debutante Cotillion and Christmas Ball of Durham is an annual Christmas ball held in Durham, North Carolina in late December. The ball, organized by the Debutante Ball Society of Durham, was founded in 1955 as a debutante ball for women from ...

                                               

Graham Van Pelt

Graham Van Pelt is a Canadian musician currently based in Toronto. He performed in Montreal based acts Miracle Fortress and Think About Life throughout the 2000s. Since 2018 Van Pelt has been releasing material under his own name.

                                               

Voice for the Voiceless

Voice for the Voiceless is a 2019 documentary film directed by Anna Barsukova. The film follows a young girl named Marina, a native of Ekaterinburg. Shes an insightful, intelligent and beautiful person, a creative thinker and spiritual type with ...

                                               

Nursing Now

Nursing Now is a global campaign with the aim to improve the working condition of the nursing worldwide. It is in collaboration with WHO and INT council of nurses. The aim of Nursing Now is to spread awareness of the nurses that are working in th ...

                                               

Echo Lake

Echo Valley Provincial Park, Saskatchewan, between Echo Lake and Pasqua Lake Echo Lake, Lake of Bays, Ontario, between Bracebridge and Huntsville Echo Lake Provincial Park, in British Columbia

                                               

Saint-Front

Saint-Front may refer to the following communes in France: Saint-Front, Dordogne, a former commune in the Dordogne department, part of Couze-et-Saint-Front Saint-Front-la-Riviere, in the Dordogne department Saint-Front-dAlemps, in the Dordogne de ...

                                               

Main Street Historic District

Main Street Historic District or Old Main Street Historic District may refer to the following places in the United States: Main Street Historic District Roslyn, New York, listed on the NRHP in New York Main Street Historic District Trempealeau, W ...

                                               

Mystic Lake

Mystic Lake can refer to: Mystic Lake Stillwater County, Montana in Stillwater County, Montana Mystic Lake Beaverhead County, Montana in Beaverhead County, Montana Mystic Lake Gallatin County, Montana in Gallatin County, Montana Mystic Lake Marst ...

                                               

Discovery Civilization / Civilisation Channel

Discovery Civilization or Discovery Civilisation may refer to: Discovery History, a UK television channel formerly known as Discovery Civilisation from 1999 to 2007 Investigation Discovery, a U.S. cable television network known as Discovery Civil ...

                                               

Security and Growth for All in the Region

Security and Growth for All in the Region is Indias policy or doctrine of maritime cooperation in the Indian Ocean region. On 12 March 2015, the Prime Minister of India had first taken reference to SAGAR in a speech and elaborated on it in five p ...

                                               

Jean François Denis de Keredern de Trobriand

Jean François Denis de Keredern de Trobriand was a French Navy officer. He notably served during the War of American Independence.

                                               

Special Forces of Armenia

The special forces of Armenia are the military and paramilitary units of the Republic of Armenia that are charged with conducting special operations to protect the foreign and domestic interests of Armenia. Although the exact definition of their ...

                                               

10th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion

The 10th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion was a United States Marine Corps antiaircraft unit that served during World War II. Formed in 1942 as the 10th Defense Battalion, its original mission was to provide air and coastal defense for advanced n ...

                                               

Richard Bannatine-Allason

Bannatine-Allason was born Richard Allason Bannatine. Educated at Wellington College, he was commissioned into the Royal Artillery in January 1875 and saw action in the Second Anglo-Afghan War in 1879. After changing his name to Richard Bannatyne ...

                                               

Cecil Park (British Army officer)

Educated at Haileybury, Park was commissioned into the British Army in 1875. After seeing action in the Second Anglo-Afghan War in 1879, he became commanding officer of the 1st Battalion the Devonshire Regiment and was deployed to South Africa in ...

                                               

Georgy Ottonovich Rauch

Born on August 19 August 7 O.S., 1860, came from nobles of the Estland province, the Orthodox faith; son of the hero of the Russo-Turkish war of 1877-1878 Lieutenant General Otton Egorovich Rauch. He received his secondary education at the 5th St ...

                                               

Lewis Robessart

Sir Lewis Robessart, also known as Sir Louis Robessart or Robesart or Robersart or Robsart, was a knight in the service of King Henry V of England. He fought at the Battle of Agincourt in 1415. He acquired the title of Baron Bourchier by right of ...

                                               

Jinbo Yukiko

Jinbo Yukiko was a Japanese noble lady, member of the aristocracy, Onna-bugeisha and retainer of the Aizu-Matsudaira clan who lived during the late Edo period. She is best known for having participated in the Boshin war; Yukiko joined the Jōshita ...

                                               

Battle of Stralsund

Battle of Stralsund may refer to any of the following battles and/or sieges: Siege of Stralsund 1628, a battle in the Thirty Years War Siege of Stralsund 1678, a siege in the Scanian War Blockade of Stralsund, a 1757-58 armed investment of Strals ...

                                               

Battle of Salamis (disambiguation)

The Battle of Salamis was a decisive naval battle between the Greek city-states and Persia in 480 BC at Salamis island off Athens, that stopped the second Persian invasion of Greece. The term may also refer to one of several battles fought at or ...

                                               

Battle of Wattrelos

The Battle of Wattrelos at the Flemish town of Wattrelos on 27 december 1566 between an army of beggars and an Imperial Spanish army; it was one of the first battles of the Dutch Revolt.

                                               

Jovan Dimitrijevic Dobraca

Jovan Dimitrijevic Dobraca was a merchant who helped the insurgents and revolutionaries financially during the First Serbian Uprising and both financially and a commander in Second Serbian Uprising.

                                               

Battle of Carthage

There are at least 6 major conflicts known as The Battle of Carthage. They are, Battle of Carthage 698, part of the Islamic conquests, between the Byzantine Exarchate of Africa, and the Umayyad Caliphate. Engagement near Carthage, a battle of the ...

                                               

Cleante Davidoglu

Cleante Davidoglu was a Romanian major general during World War I and its immediate aftermath, who served as commander of the Gendarmerie from 1927 to 1928. He was born in Barlad, Vaslui County, the son of Profira Moțoc and Doctor Cleante Davidog ...

                                               

Celles

Celles is the name of several places: In Belgium: Celles, Hainaut, a municipality located in the province of Hainaut Celles, Houyet, a village in the municipality of Houyet, province of Namur; marks the farthest point the German Army advanced dur ...

                                               

Vladimir Apollonovich Olokhov

Vladimir Apollonovich Olokhov was a Russian military leader, hero of the First World War, general from infantry. Biography Orthodox. From the nobles of the Livonia province. The son of Major General Apollon Alekseevich Olokhov 1815-1866. He gradu ...

                                               

Mayo county football team

The Mayo county football team represents Mayo in mens Gaelic football and is governed by Mayo GAA, the County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association. The team compete in the three major annual inter-county competitions; the All-Ireland Senior F ...

                                               

Konstantin Tserpitsky

Konstantin V Tserpitsky was a Russian commander, lieutenant general, participant in the campaigns of 1873, 1875-1876, 1878 and 1880 in Turkestan, the Chinese campaign of 1900-1901 and the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905. He distinguished himself ...

                                               

Antoine Hilarion de Beausset

In 1775, Beausset captained the 32-gun frigate Oiseau in the Escadre devolution under Guichen. In 1777, he was captain of the 70-gun Dauphin Royal. In 1778, Proisy captained the 74-gun Glorieux, part of the White-and-blue squadron under Du Chaffa ...

                                               

Nissanka Senadhipathi

Major Yapa Hetti Pathirannahalage Nissanka Yapa Senadhipathi is a retired Sri Lankan Army Commando Regiment Officer, Honorary Consul and an Entrepreneur, who is the current Chairman of Avant Grade Security Services and Avant Garde Maritime Servic ...

                                               

Battle of Changsha

Battle of Changsha may refer to: Battle of Changsha 1939 - Second Sino-Japanese War Battle of Changsha 1942 - Second Sino-Japanese War Battle of Changsha 1941 - Second Sino-Japanese War Battle of Changsha 1852 - Taiping Rebellion Battle of Changs ...

                                               

Mikhail Anashkin

Mikhail Borisovich Anashkin was a Red Army lieutenant general and a Hero of the Soviet Union. Rising to junior command positions during the Russian Civil War, Anashkin held command and staff positions. He was arrested during the Great Purge but r ...

                                               

252nd Infantry Division (Wehrmacht)

On 30 March 1945, large parts of the 252nd Infantry Division were captured when the Red Army captured besieged Danzig as part of the Soviet East Pomeranian Offensive. Small parts of the divisions personnel had been successfully evacuated to Bornh ...

                                               

Vasily Pavlovich Sokolov

Vasily Pavlovich Sokolov was a Soviet Army major general and a Hero of the Soviet Union. After conscript service as a junior officer, Sokolov became a militsiya officer but was recalled to active duty in the early 1930s. He held staff positions a ...

                                               

LXI Reserve Corps (Germany)

The LXI Reserve Corps, was an army corps of the German Wehrmacht during World War II. The formation was active between September 1942 and February 1944.

                                               

Don White

Don or Donald White may refer to: Don White musician, Tulsa sound singer, guitar player and songwriter, see J. J. Cale Donald H. White born 1921, American composer Don White racing driver 1926–2016, former NASCAR Cup Series driver Don White 1935– ...

                                               

Beast from the East (disambiguation)

Beast from the East is a 1988 live album recorded by Dokken, an American heavy metal band. Beast from the East may also refer to: The Beast from the East novel, 1996 book, part of the Goosebumps series Mini Beast from the East, a shorter period o ...

                                               

Bayo Onanuga

Bayo Onanuga is a journalist who founded TheNews Magazine, he was appointed managing director of News Agency of Nigeria by president Muhammad Buhari, before that he was CEO and managing director of PM News and TheNEWS magazine.

                                               

Communist Party of China Admission Oath

The Communist Party of China Admission Oath is an oath that prospective members of the Communist Party of China must take to become a party member according to Article 6 of the Constitution of the Communist Party of China. There have been five ve ...

                                               

VivaTaiwan

#VivaTaiwan is an online campaign triggered by a letter to the members of the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies, send by the Chinese Embassy in the wake of Tsai Ing-wens second inauguration as the President of Taiwan. The embassy asked the members to ...

                                               

Secundino Delgado

Secundino Delgado Rodriguez was a Canarian politician, considered by some to be the father of Canarian nationalism. With the independence of Cuba in 1898, due to the peace treaty between the US and Spain, only the natives of the Peninsula retaine ...

                                               

Michigans 21st Senate district

Michigans 21st Senate district is one of 38 districts in the Michigan Senate. It has been represented by Republican Kim LaSata since 2019, succeeding fellow Republican John Proos.

                                               

J Breyer Stahl

Born Regina" Jeannie” Breyer in McKeesport, Pennsylvania in September 1st 1930, she was the youngest of three daughters of Helen Reiter and Louis Breyer. Her father, an immigrant from Hungary, died when she was three, and the family struggled fin ...

                                               

Brodi Kotila

Brodi Kotila is an American political scientist who served as assistant secretary for strategy, plans, analysis and risk. She was appointed principal deputy assistant secretary for policy under the Department of Homeland Security, United States. ...

                                               

Factba.se

Factba.se is a website which hosts a publicly available, searchable database intended to contain everything Donald Trump has said or tweeted. It was founded in January 2017 by the Virginia-based husband-and-wife duo of Bill Frischling and Jennife ...

                                               

Zhuo Li-ping

Zhuo Li-ping is a Taiwanese footballer who plays as a midfielder for Taiwan Mulan Football League club Hualien FC and the Chinese Taipei womens national team.

                                               

Pan Shin-yu

Pan Shin-yu is a Taiwanese footballer who plays as a defender for Taiwan Mulan Football League club Taichung Blue Whale and the Chinese Taipei womens national team.