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Kokoro (disambiguation)

Kokoro means "heart; mind; mentality; emotions; feelings" in Chinese characters. Kokoro may refer to: Kokoro, a 1914 novel by Natsume Sōseki. Kokoro: Hints and Echoes of Japanese Life, an 1896 collection by Lafcadio Hearn. Kokoro snack food, a po ...

                                               

Barrosa (1811 Nantes ship)

Barrosa was launched at Nantes in 1810 under another name. She was purchased in 1811 as a prize, renamed, and her new owners sailed her as a West Indiaman. A French privateer captured and released her, and a year later an American privateer captu ...

                                               

Bangkong

Bangkong is the war boat of dayak people, notably used by sea dayaks of Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei. They are used for riverine warfare in Borneo, but they are also capable of sailing across the sea.

                                               

Oui

Oui magazine, a mens magazine Oui, French translation of German novel Ja by Thomas Bernhard, 1978 Oui, by Rene Levesque, 1980 Oui: The Paranoid-Critical Revolution, by Salvador Dali and Robert Descharnes, 1971 Oui, by Marc-Edouard Nabe, 1998

                                               

SMU

Sangmyung University, in Seoul and Cheonan, South Korea Saint Monica University, in Cameroon, the United Kingdom, and the United States Southern Medical University, in Tonghe, Guangzhou, China Shanghai Maritime University, in China St. Michaels U ...

                                               

Minds eye (disambiguation)

"Minds Eye" The X-Files "The Minds Eye" Star Trek: The Next Generation "Minds Eye", an episode of Women: Stories of Passion "Minds Eye" Men of a Certain Age

                                               

Madison Prewett

Madison Rose Prewett is an American television personality. She received national recognition after appearing as a contestant on season 24 of The Bachelor, starring Peter Weber. She finished as runner-up after voluntarily leaving the show.

                                               

2008 London Marathon

The 2008 London Marathon was the 28th running of the annual marathon race in London, England, which took place on Sunday, 13 April. The elite mens race was won by Kenyas Martin Lel in a time of 2:05:15 hours and the womens race was won by Germany ...

                                               

Northwest Passage expedition of 1741

The Royal Society and the Royal Navy worked together to commission the Northwest Passage expedition of 1741. The commander of the expedition, Christopher Middleton, had been a captain of ships of the Hudsons Bay Company, sailing on these ships th ...

                                               

Czechoslovakia womens national volleyball team

The Czechoslovakia national womens volleyball team was the national volleyball team for Czechoslovakia that had represented the country in international competitions and friendly matches between 1948–1993 FIVB considers Czech Republic as the inhe ...

                                               

1993 London Marathon

The 1993 London Marathon was the 13th running of the annual marathon race in London, United Kingdom, which took place on Sunday, 18 April. The elite mens race was won by home athlete Eamonn Martin in a time of 2:10:50 hours and the womens race wa ...

                                               

1989 London Marathon

The 1989 London Marathon was the ninth running of the annual marathon race in London, United Kingdom, which took place on Sunday, 23 April. The elite mens race was won by Kenyas Douglas Wakiihuri in a time of 2:09:03 hours and the womens race was ...

                                               

Juan Jose Garcia

Juan Jose Garcia Rodriguez is a Dominican professional basketball player. He plays for the Dominican national basketball team and AB Castello.

                                               

1989–90 Towson State Tigers mens basketball team

The 1989–90 Towson State Tigers mens basketball team represented Towson State University as a member of the East Coast Conference during the 1989–90 NCAA Division I mens basketball season. The team was led by head coach Terry Truax and played the ...

                                               

Egyptian Border Guard Corps

The Egyptian Border Guard are a corps of the Egyptian Army tasked with the protection of Egypts land and sea borders. The corps is in charge of protecting the Suez Canal and stopping the movement of illegal immigration, smuggling, human trafficki ...

                                               

MUI

Multilingual User Interface, Microsoft technology for installing multiple languages on a Windows system Magic User Interface, system to generate graphical user interfaces

                                               

2020 Canada Sevens

The 2020 Canada Sevens was a rugby sevens tournament held at BC Place in Vancouver on 7–8 March 2020. The tournament was the seventh event of the 2019–20 Sevens World Series for mens teams, and the fifth edition of the Canada Sevens.

                                               

The Path of the Righteous Men

The Path of the Righteous Men is a 2012 Finnish crime film directed by Anders Engstrom and it is the sixth installment of the Vares film series. The film is the only of the film series where Jasper Paakkonen doesnt appear as Kyypakkaus or any oth ...

                                               

Jamil Abiad

Jamil Abiad was born on July 4, 1990, in the Windsor, Canada. He comes from a family of 6 where he has 3 younger brothers. Growing up in Windsor where he primarily played soccer he was always into many sports. At the age of 9 he moved to his curr ...

                                               

Smooth

Smoothsort, a sorting algorithm Smooth function, a function that is infinitely differentiable; used in calculus and topology Smooth number, a number whose prime factors are all less than a certain value; used in applications of number theory Smoo ...

                                               

Kojo Jones

Kojo Jones worked with Atrium Park Developments in the UK after university. He later worked and partnered with New Generation Construction in the UK to develop luxury houses for sale. Kojo returned to Ghana in 2015. He now runs and owns multiple ...

                                               

GSD

Georgia School for the Deaf, in Cave Spring, Georgia, United States Geneva School of Diplomacy and International Relations Harvard Graduate School of Design

                                               

Farquhar (disambiguation)

Farquhar Atoll, an atoll within the Farquhar Group Farquhar Cattle Ranch, an Alabama Department of Corrections state prison for men, located south of the town of Greensboro in unincorporated Hale County, Alabama. Farquhar Group, a group of island ...

                                               

Meteorite (disambiguation)

Meteorite is a solid piece of debris from an object that originates in outer space and survives its passage through the atmosphere to impact with the surface of a planet or moon. Meteorite may also refer to: Meteorite Hills, a group of hills, for ...

                                               

Barikisu Issahaku

Issahaku Barikisu is a Ghanaian professional soccer player, born on November 12, 2001 in Accra, Ghana, and evolves as Goalkeeper. She plays in the Ghanaian Professionnel Womens football club Northern Ladies Football Club.

                                               

French brig Victorieuse (1794)

Victorieuse was a brig of the French Navy, launched at Honfleur in 1794. The British Royal Navy captured in August 1795 and took her into service as HMS Victorieuse. She captured several privateers and two forts in the Caribbean and then served b ...

                                               

HMS Venturer (1807)

HMS Venturer was launched at Livorno in 1807 as the French privateer Nouvelle Enterprise. The Royal Navy captured her in 1807 in the West Indies and initially took her into service. It renamed her Theodosia in 1808. She served in the Mediterranea ...

                                               

1975 World Cup (mens golf)

The 1975 World Cup took place 4–7 December at the Navatananee Course in Kannayao, outside Bangkok, Thailand. It was the 23rd World Cup event. The tournament was a 72-hole stroke play team event with 47 teams of which 45 teams completed the compet ...

                                               

1974 World Cup (mens golf)

The 1974 World Cup took place 21–24 November at the Lagunita Country Club in Caracas, Venezuela. It was the 22nd World Cup event. The tournament was a 72-hole stroke play team event with 46 teams. Each team consisted of two players from a country ...

                                               

Convergence

Convergence, a 2019 British drama film Convergence film, a 2015 American horror-thriller film Convergence TV series, a television program in the Philippines Convergence Pollock, a 1952 oil painting by Jackson Pollock

                                               

Singer (disambiguation)

A singer is a person who sings. Singer or Singers may refer also to: Singer automobile company, a defunct American maker of luxury cars Singer novel, a 2005 young-adult fantasy novel by Jean Thesman Singer Hunan Television, a Chinese TV series Si ...

                                               

List of international cricket five-wicket hauls at Bourda

Bourda cricket ground in Georgetown, Guyana hosted international cricket matches between 1930 and 2006. The ground is also known as Georgetown Cricket Club. It hosted 30 Test matches and 11 One Day Internationals, all with the West Indies cricket ...

                                               

HMS Bonetta (1798)

HMS Bonetta was the French privateer Huit Amis, launched at Bordeaux in 1798 that the British Royal Navy captured in May. In her brief naval career she captured a number of small prizes, one of them a 2-gun privateer. Bonetta was wrecked in 1801.

                                               

Baru Oroba

Baru Oroba is a traditional armor of the Nias people in Indonesia. The earliest examples of this type of armor were made out of crocodile skin. After crocodile can no longer be found on Nias, the material is replaced with hammered metal.

                                               

Barman (Shahnameh)

Barman In the Great War of Iran and Turan the time of Nowzar was. In this war he was of the and one of the commanders of the Afrasiab. Iran-Turan war It happened after Manuchehr death. Until then, Turanian did not dare attack Iran. But after the ...

                                               

2020 Asian Mens Junior Handball Championship

The 2020 Asian Mens Junior Handball Championship will be 17th edition of the championship to be held from 3 to 13 October 2020 at Shiraz, I. R. Iran under the aegis of Asian Handball Federation. It will be fifth time in history that championship ...

                                               

List of AFC Asian Cup finals

The AFC Asian Cup is an association football competition established in 1956. It is contested by the mens national teams of the members of the Asian Football Confederation, the sports Asian governing body, and takes place generally every four yea ...

                                               

Snake man

Serpent Men, a fictional race created by Robert E. Howard and appearing in the Cthulhu Mythos The Snake People, a group of henchmen in The Archer: Fugitive from the Empire Snake Man, a character in Mega Man 3 The Snake Men Masters of The Universe ...

                                               

PWFP World Heavyweight Championship

The PWFP World Heavyweight Championship is the world heavyweight championship in the Pro Wrestling Federation of Pakistan. The current champion is Jordan who is in his first reign. On 21 December 2019, at World Wrestling Champions. Jordan became ...

                                               

TCCC

TCCC may refer to: The Technical Committee on Computer Communications, a Technical Committee that is part of the IEEE Communications Society that sponsors research efforts and standardization in computer communications. Taichung City Council, a c ...

                                               

Battle of Pashtrik

The Battle of Pashtrik or Operation Arrow was a 1999 engagement between the KLA with NATOs support against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The main objective of the KLA forces was to capture the line across the White Drin and the Mount Pashtr ...

                                               

Special forces (disambiguation)

Kikosi Maalum, an Ugandan militant group whose name is translated as "Special Force" United States Army Special Forces also known as the "Green Berets", the largest unit within US Army Special Operations Command USASOC Young men Lebanon, an armed ...

                                               

1992 London Marathon

The 1992 London Marathon was the 12th running of the annual marathon race in London, United Kingdom, which took place on Sunday, 12 April. The elite mens race was won by Portugals Antonio Pinto in a time of 2:10:02 hours and the womens race was w ...

                                               

1996 London Marathon

The 1996 London Marathon was the 16th running of the annual marathon race in London, United Kingdom, which took place on Sunday, 21 April. The elite mens race was won by Mexicos Dionicio Ceron, who won his third straight title in a time of 2:10:0 ...

                                               

Netherlands national football B team

The Netherlands B national football team was a secondary mens national football team which represented the Netherlands. It was used to try out and develop players for potential inclusion in the first team. Its matches are not considered full inte ...

                                               

MAW

MAW may refer to: Missile approach warning system, aircraft equipment to detect an approaching anti-aircraft missile Modified Atlantic Water, water flowing from the Atlantic Ocean into the Mediterranean through the Alboran Sea Men at Work, an Aus ...

                                               

2016 Thomas Cup qualification

The 2016 Thomas Cup qualification process is a series of tournaments organised by the five BWF confederations to decide 14 of the 16 teams which will play in the 2016 Thomas Cup, with China qualifying automatically both as hosts, and Japan as the ...

                                               

2020 Rugby League European Championship D

The 2020 European Championship D is an international rugby league tournament that will take place in October and November 2020, with a final in May/June 2021. Four teams will compete in the inaugural edition. The four teams are Czech Republic, Ma ...

                                               

Miva

miva may refer to: The Marshall Islands Visitor Authority in the Republic of the Marshall Islands MIVA Script, a computer scripting language Miva, Queensland, a locality in Australia Miva, Inc., provider of eCommerce Miva Merchant software Midwes ...

                                               

MRA

Microcredit Regulatory Authority Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority of Western Australia Marketing Research Association Moral Re-Armament Mountain Rescue Association Metal Roofing Alliance Mumbai Rationalist Association, an organisation in Indi ...