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Ensor Award

The Ensor Award is an accolade presented by the Ensor Academy of Belgium to recognize cinematic achievement in the film industry and is the highest film honour in the Flemish speaking part of the country. Named after James Ensor, it is the succes ...

                                               

James W. Fernandez

James W. Fernandez is an American anthropologist. He wrote extensively, and developed several theories. His primary work was focused on tropes. Fernandez was influenced by postmodernism which can be seen in his research and writing. He used postm ...

                                               

M1942 Modelo Z

The M1942 helmet is a military steel combat helmet used by Spain from its adoption in 1942 to its replacement by a Spanish M1 copy in the 1980s.

                                               

Band of the Royal Canadian Engineers

The Band of the Royal Canadian Engineers was a Canadian Army military band that served briefly for 15 years from 1953 to 1968. During its entire existence, it was based in Chilliwack, British Columbia. It was the premier band in the RCE, having p ...

                                               

67th National Film Awards

The 67th National Film Awards ceremony is an upcoming event during which the Directorate of Film Festivals presents its annual National Film Awards to honour the best films of 2019 in the Indian cinema. The awards ceremony will be held on 3 May 2020.

                                               

Anand

Anand writer born 1936, Indian Malayalam writer Anand name, a surname and given name including a list of people with the name Anand Maoist, Indian communist Anand actor, Indian actor

                                               

BMI

Bureau of Military Information, US Civil War agency Baltimore Museum of Industry Flybmi airline, formerly BMI Regional and a BMI mainline subsidiary BMI Foundation, founded by Broadcast Music Incorporated Bank Melli Iran, the first national Irani ...

                                               

Misagh-3

The Misagh-3 is an Iranian Man-portable air-defense system, it is the successor of Misagh-2 surface to air missile. Like its predecessors Misagh-2 and Misagh-1 it too is probably based on the Chinese QW-1 Vanguard. It was first unveiled on Februa ...

                                               

Kama (disambiguation)

Kama District, a district of Ningarhar province in Afghanistan Kama River, a tributary of the Volga river, in Russia Kama, Iran, a village in Gilan Provine, Iran Kama valley, Tibet, a Himalayan valley, just east of Mount Everest Kama, Fukuoka, a ...

                                               

15 Khordad Foundation

The 15 Khordad Foundation is one of the organization created in 1982 on the orders of Rouhollah Khomeini that intend to fix the economic issues of the families of martyrs, veterans, and founders of the Revolution. This foundation is one of the Re ...

                                               

By My Spirit

By My Spirit was a worldwide gathering that occurred in Toledo, Spain on May 3rd and 4th of 1992. The purpose was to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the expulsion of Spains Jews. Organized mainly by Michele Bokobza, this event gathered aroun ...

                                               

Sofie Louise Johansson

Cik Puan Sofie Louise Johansson is Swedish born who is the royal consort of Dr. Tengku Muhammad Faiz Petra ibni Almarhum Sultan Ismail Petra, the Crown Prince of Malaysian State of Kelantan. She is well-known for her kindness and charity works.

                                               

25th Transport Aviation Brigade

The unit was established as the 709 Night Bomber Aviation Regiment in Alatyr, Chuvash Republic at the end of 1941. On 22 November 1942, it was renamed as 25th Guards Night Bomber Aviation Regiment, from 1946 - 25th Guards Transport Aviation Regim ...

                                               

National Reserve Korps Fanfare

The National Reserve Korps Fanfare is a Dutch military unit in the Royal Netherlands Army that serves as the unit band of the National Reserve Corps. The bands home base is at Bernhard Barracks in Amersfoort. It is one of four military bands in t ...

                                               

Pikareum

Pikareum or pikareun or pigareum, literally "blood purification" or "blood exchange", is a controversial religious practice in some new religious movements of Korea. As defined by British religious scholar George Chryssides, the practice consists ...

                                               

PNS Yarmook

PNS Yarmook is a class of multipurpose Corvette ordered by Pakistan Navy. This class of ship is primarily based on Damen Groups Offshore Petrol Vessel 1900.

                                               

Zorica McCarthy

Zorica McCarthy was the Australian High Commissioner to Pakistan who was investigated" buying discounted shares in the failed fuel technology company Firepower has been found guilty of breaching the rules but forgiven because the breach was unint ...

                                               

Mela Loot Liya

Mela Loot Liya is the unofficial anthem of 2020 Pakistan Super League by Ali Zafar released on the strong insistence of fans amidst the criticism received by Tayyar Hain, the official anthem of fifth season of the Pakistan Super League. It has be ...

                                               

PNR 8100 class

The PNR 8100 class, also known as INKA DMUs, is a class of diesel multiple units ordered by the Philippine National Railways. It entered service in February 2020.

                                               

We Heal As One

We Heal As One is a song that was released on March 26, 2020 and performed by various artists from ABS-CBN and GMA Network from their homes due to the Enhanced Community Quarantine. The song is based from the motto, "We Win As One" that was used ...

                                               

Magdalena Jasek

Jasek was discovered by sending her photos to a Polish magazine twice at age 14. At the shoot, the photographer set her up with Marilyn Agency. During her school years she only worked in Paris for haute couture shows. When she was old enough to h ...

                                               

Fulger Battalion

The Independent Special Forces Battalion "Fulger" is a military unit of the Land Forces of the Moldovan National Army, based in Chisinau.

                                               

Stojan Simic

Stojan Simic was a Serbian politician and businessman. He was known as a talented speaker and constitutional defender.

                                               

Luna Dogani

Luna Dogani, also known professionally as Luna Do, is a Serbian television personality and singer. The daughter of Anabela Atijas and Gazmen Dogani from the nineties dance music duo Funky G, she rose to fame in the reality TV show Zadruga broadca ...

                                               

Mmabatho Montsho

Montsho was born in Soweto, Johannesburg. She had her senior high school education at Greenside High School and then furthered at the University of South Africa where she studied Audiovisual Multimedia. While in senior high school, Montsho was in ...

                                               

Vijitha Mallika

Gamamathige Vijitha de Silva), popularly as Vijitha Mallika, was an award-winning actress in Sri Lankan cinema. One of the most popular film actresses in early Sinhala cinema, Mallika appeared in more than 40 films including popular films, Suvine ...

                                               

Kagura (disambiguation)

Kagura Inuyasha, a character in the manga series Inuyasha Kagura, a Gintama character Chizuru Kagura, a King of Fighters character Maki Kagura, a King of Fighters character Kagura from Senran Kagura video game franchise Kagura, an Azumanga Daioh ...

                                               

Alexis Rossell

Alexis Rossell is a Venezuelan fusion harpist and folk musician born on March 3, 1951 in Coro, Falcon. He is brother of the late Venezuelan theater director Levy Rossell. He graduated from the Juan Jose Landaeta National Conservatory of Music in ...

                                               

Andres Gonzalez Muñoz

Andres Gonzalez Muñoz was a Cuban politician who served briefly as the colonial Governor of Puerto Rico in 1898. His father was from Venezuela and his mother was from Santiago de Cuba, the same city that Muñoz was born in. He was born in 1840 in ...

                                               

VinUniversity

VinUni is a private and nonprofit university located in Hanoi, Vietnam. VinUni was established by the private corporate Vingroup following the approval by the Prime Minister of Vietnam in March 2018. According to VinUni, its inaugural class of th ...

                                               

Algeria–Mali border

The Algeria–Mali border is 1.359 km in length and runs from the tripoint with Mauritania in the north-west to the tripoint with Niger in the south-east.

                                               

Mohan

Mohan clan, a Mohyal clan Mohan actor born 1956, Kollywood film actor Mohan given name, a given name generally found among Hindus Mohan director, Indian director of Malayalam films

                                               

IFIC

IFIC may mean: NDLC-IFIC Bank, Pakistan Investment Fund Institute of Canada Instituto de Fisica Corpuscular, a particle physics research center in Valencia, Spain. IFIC Bank, a private commercial bank in Bangladesh International Food Information ...

                                               

House full

Housefull 3, a 2016 Hindi sequel starring Akshay Kumar, Abhishek Bachchan, Riteish Deshmukh, Jacqueline Fernandez, Nargis Fakhri, and Lisa Haydon Houseful 2009 film, a Bengali film Housefull 2, a 2012 Hindi sequel to the 2010 film starring Akshay ...

                                               

SPX

SPX can refer to: Sequenced packet exchange, part of the IPX/SPX protocol suite. St Pius X College, Sydney, Australia Small Press Expo, an alternative comics convention St. Pius X, the 257th Pope of the Roman Catholic Church. St. Pius X Seminary, ...

                                               

308th Rescue Squadron

The 308th Rescue Squadron is an Air Force Reserve Command combat search and rescue unit located at Patrick Air Force Base, Florida. The squadron is assigned to the 920th Rescue Wing at Patrick Air Force Base, Florida.

                                               

772nd Air Commandos Rifle Regiment

It was in 1992 that the first air rifle commandos regiments appeared in the Algerian Air Force, notably following the release of the first promotion of air rifle commandos and under the direct impetus of the commander of the Algerian Air Force, M ...

                                               

Kasai

Kasaï region in the Congo Kasai Province, one of the provinces of the Congo Kasai District, Hokkaido, a district of Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan Kasai Rinkai Park, in Edogawa, Tokyo Kasai Station, in the Kasai section of Edogawa, Tokyo, Japan Kasaï ...

                                               

B Line

B-Line Rivalry, a sports rivalry between Boston College and Boston University Green Line "B" Branch, a light-rail line in Boston, Massachusetts B-Line Sydney, a bus-rapid-transit system in Sydney, Australia B New York City Subway service, a subwa ...

                                               

Black Death in the Holy Roman Empire

The Black Death was present in the Holy Roman Empire between 1348 and 1351. The Holy Roman Empire, composed of todays Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands, was, geographically, the largest country in Europe at the time, and ...

                                               

Greenland (disambiguation)

In Barbados: Greenland, Saint Andrew, Barbados In Canada: Greenland, Nova Scotia In the United Kingdom: Greenlands, country house in Oxfordshire Greenland, County Antrim, a townland in the civil parish of Larne, County Antrim, Northern Ireland Gr ...

                                               

Tenerife (disambiguation)

Tenerife may refer to: Spain Tenerife Airport disambiguation. Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the capital jointly with Las Palmas de Gran Canaria of the Canary Islands, the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife and the island of Tenerife, in Spain. Pico de ...

                                               

DAT

Direct antiglobulin test, one of two Coombs tests Direct agglutination test, any test that uses whole organisms as a means of looking for serum antibody Dopamine transporter or dopamine active transporter, a membrane-spanning protein

                                               

Betelgeuse (disambiguation)

Les bannis de Betelgeuse, 1998 young adult novel by Jean-Louis Trudel Betelgeuse, sequel to Franco-Belgian science-fiction comic series Aldebaran Betelgeuse in fiction Betelgeuse, a main character played by Michael Keaton in the 1988 American com ...

                                               

Gorubathan

Gorubathan has its own unique history. The land is once ruled by Lepcha Kings. There was a Lepcha king namely Gaebbo Achyok who was born and brought up in Chyakhung Dara in Lungsysol, Gorubathan. There are ruins of a fort known built by King Gaeb ...

                                               

Struma

Struma may refer to: Struma skin disease, a mycobacterial skin disease Struma village, a village in Bulgaria Struma river, a river in Bulgaria and Greece MV Struma, a ship chartered to carry Jewish refugees from Axis-allied Romania to British-con ...

                                               

Sago (disambiguation)

Sago is a starch extracted from the stems of metroxylon sagu palms. Sago may also refer to: In plants: Cycas revoluta or sago cycad, a cycad from which starch also known as sago is extracted Zamia integrifolia, another cycad plant sometimes calle ...

                                               

Kingdom Force

Kingdom Force is a CBC/Radio-Canada childrens television series created by Matt Fernandes. The series is about the adventures of an animal superhero team. Summoned from five different kingdoms, the heroes pilot five rescue vehicles which combine ...

                                               

2010 mining disaster

2010 mining disaster may refer to: Copiapo mining accident at Copiapo, Chile August 5 Raspadskaya mine explosion near Mezhdurechensk, Kemerovo Oblast, Russia May 8 Wangjialing coal mine flood at Shanxi, Peoples Republic of China March 28 Pike Riv ...

                                               

Columbian

Columbian is the adjective form of Columbia. Columbian may refer to: The Columbian Chicago, a building in Illinois The Columbian Orator, a collection of political essays, poems, and dialogues Columbian High School Tiffin, Ohio Columbian typograph ...