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John Joyner, English Rugby player. A. Jack Joyner, American horse trainer. Sean Joyner, English cricketer. Arthenia Joyner, the American politician. Jackie Joyner-kersee, American athlete, sister al. Lisa Joyner, American TV host. Forward Blazers ...



Jue may refer to: Vessel of Cswe 爵, ancient 3-legged Chinese wine pitcher, usually made of bronze. Bhawoh Jue, NFL free safety. Jue the Animatrix, fictional character from the Animatrix. Jason P Jue, academic. Emerald Cswe, a court official and ...


Juilliard (disambiguation)

Julliard may refer to: Juilliard V. Greenman, 110 U.S. 421 1884, the U.S. Supreme court upholding the constitutionality of the legal tender acts of 1862 and 1863. Frederic Augustus Juilliard 1868-1937, nephew and heir of August D. Juilliard. Augu ...


Juliana (disambiguation)

The Juliana Canal, The Netherlands. Juliana Republic, a short-lived state in the Brazilian province of Santa Catarina in 1839. Juliana peak, the former name of Puncak Mandala, mountains in Papua, Indonesia.



Juliani can relate to: Alessandro Giuliani was born 1975, canadian actor and singer. Julius Owino aka Juliani, Kenyan hip hop artist, entrepreneur. John 1940-2003 Juliani, a canadian actor, screenwriter, producer, Director and teacher. Rana Julia ...


Julis (disambiguation)

Yulis is a village in the North of Israel Yulis may also refer to: Julis Cuvier, 1814, a synonym for a kind of fish Koris. Julis, Gaza, former settlement in Gaza, Israel. Youth organizations: Young liberals Austria, or Junge Liberale "Yulis", now ...



Julliard may refer to: Jean-françois Julliard, General Secretary Reporters without borders. Editions Julliard, a French publishing house founded in 1942 by rené Julliard. The award of the Jean Julliard, scientific prize awarded by the internation ...



Jumbe may refer to: Jumbes of Nkhotakota, dynasty Swahili Arabs slave traders and ivory established in Malawi. Sultan, a title of nobility. Aerodyne Jumbe, French design of the glider. Friday Jumbe in 1955, economist Malawi and policies.


Jumonville (disambiguation)

George Jumonville 1917-1996, American Major League baseball player. J. E. Jumonville, Jr. was born in 1942, American politician from Louisiana and breeder. J. E. Jumonville, senior 1919-1983, American politician from Louisiana and breeder. de Jum ...



Waist-length upper garment of thick wool, a piece of Royal Navy uniforms and uniform of the naval forces of the United States. Sweater, top or outerwear, the vast majority of cases, knitted and pulled over her head, covering the torso, a sweater ...



Jun or Jun may refer to: Jun, writing common Korean family name Jung Korean name. The abbreviation for the month of June. Ten days in the Japanese calendar. Jun car, Japanese car tuning shop. Jun drink, Tibetan tea to drink. June singer, member o ...


Juniper (disambiguation)

Fort juniper, the fortress that existed from 1775 in Salem, Massachusetts. Juniper swamp, middle village, Queens, new York, completed in 1915 C. Juniper, place in munising township, Michigan. Juniper Island On Lake Champlain, Vermont. The Juniper ...



Junqueira may refer to: People: 1832-1855 junqueira Freire, a Brazilian poet and Benedictine monk. Bruno Junqueira was born in 1976, a Brazilian racing driver. João Junqueira 1965, retired Portuguese runner. Paulo Alfeu Junqueira Duarte 1899-1984 ...



The military junta, a form of junta. The junta governing body, citing various military governments and other governing bodies. The junta peninsular war, the governments resistance in Spain during the peninsular war. The junta of the Habsburgs, th ...



Ed zhurak was born in 1957, American baseball player. Goran zhurak was born in 1977, Slovenian basketball player. Ljudevit zhurak 1881-1945, Croatian pathologist. Darius zhurak was born in 1984, Croatian tennis player. Drago zhurak 1911-1994, Cro ...



Justice may mean: The plant justice, is a genus of flowering plants in the Acanthus family. Justice SS, British ship. Album justice, Eddie Palmieri, 1969. Song 2018 Silvestre Dangond and Natti Natasha. Justicia in Madrid to Madrid city centre.



The ledge may refer to: Line a ledge, surrounding area Jamshed town, Karachi, Pakistan. Jutlandic dialect of Danish language. Hendrik ledge 1851-1878, the Dutch killer. Nikkolaj are 1898-1967, Chuvash Russian writer. Ledge, Iran, a village in Hor ...






Kabinda (disambiguation)

Cabinda may refer to the following places in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: The Territory Of Cabinda. Kabinda District. (Кабинде Район) Roman Catholic diocese of kabinda. Cabinda in the capital of Lomami province.



URI Kabiri born in 1970, Israeli songwriter, actor and music producer. Rabi-ollah 1889-1947 Kabiri, General of Iranian Azerbaijan and the politician and Minister in the Cabinet Pishevaris Jafar in the North of Iran. Amir gross Kabiri, an Israeli ...



Mohsen Kaboli, Iranian-German scholar of robotics. Iraj Kaboli, Iranian writer. Mehrab Kaboli is a fictional character in the Persian epic Shahnameh. Nematollah of Yadollah Kaboli, Iranian calligrapher. Farzaneh kaboli, Iranian dancer.







Kaczka may refer to: Is-5 Kaczka single duck research Glider. Kaczka zloty "Golden duck" award of the Polish monthly film since 1956. Kaczka zloty "Golden duck", is a legendary creature. Kaczka, Masovian Voivodeship. (Kaczka, Мазовецкое Воеводство)



Matthias Kadar was born in 1977, Dutch artist. A. M. Kadar was born in 1942, Indian politician. Janos Kadar, born 1912, the Hungarian Communist party and head of government. Danny Kadar was born in 1969, American manufacturer, engineer, mixer. Gy ...







Kadri may refer to: Nazem Kadri, canadian hockey player. Kadri, Mangalore, near Mangalore, India. Name Qadri, personal name. Blel Kadri, a French rider.



Kadric is the surname. It can refer to: Iris Kadric born in 1994, Bosnian-Herzegovinian female football player. Demir Kadric born in 1994, Serbian footballer. Amer Kadric born in 1994, the Bosnian-Herzegovinian football player.



Kadziolka is a Polish surname, and may refer to Franciszek Kadziolka 1926-1983, Polish cinematography. Stanislav Kadziolka 1902-1971, Polish military patrol runner. Beata Kadziolka, Beata former name of Zavadsky was born in 1986, the Polish chess ...



Kagel may refer to: Kagel, Iran, a village in Kurdistan province, Iran. Jeffrey Kagel, United States vocalist. Kagel, Missouri, community in United States. Mauricio Kagel 1931 - 2008, composer.



Kagan may refer to: Kagan valley, in the valley in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa of Pakistan. The city of Hagan, city in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. Theodore Hagan, American civil servant and journalist. Khagan or Khagan, Turkic and Mo ...



Kaga may refer to: Kagi, a radio station licensed to grants Pass, Oregon. Kagi. IO software as a service with a special focus on real estate professionals. John Henry Kagi 1835-1859, American abolitionist. Kagi.com was e-Commerce platform micropa ...



Kahat or Kaht may refer to Darb-e Kahat, a village in Iran. ROI Kahat 1992, the Israeli football midfielder. Kahat, an ancient city on the archaeological monument to Barry in Syria. Kaht, a village in Iran. Kaht-e now, a village in Iran.



Kahler may refer to: People Calera Martin, 1835-1912, German theologian. 1906-2000 Kahler, Erich, German mathematician. Birgit Kahler was born 1970, German high jumper. Kahler 1869-1955 Louise, German trade Union leader and politician. German tel ...



Kaho, India, village in India-Chinese border in Arunachal Pradesh. 4284 Kaho, main asteroid belt. Kaho, Fukuoka 嘉穂町, a town located in Kaho district. Kaho district, Fukuoka 嘉穂郡, a district in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. Kaho Burkina Faso a v ...



Kaauwai or Kaauwai may refer to: Elizabeth Kahanu Kaauwai 1970-1932, Hawaiian Princess. Zorobabela Kaauwai S. 1799 / 1806-1856, a Supreme court judge and politician of the Kingdom of Hawaii. David Kahalekula Kaauwai died in 1856, the politician a ...



Kaira Lok Sabha constituency. Kheda also known as Kaira, a town in Gujarat, India. Kaira district. (Кайра район) The Agency Kaira, the former administrative unit.





Kaiserman may refer to: Bill Kaiserman American designer. 3880 Kaiserman, small planet. Franz Kaiserman 1765-1833, Swiss painter, see Bartolomeo Pinelli.



Kaizuka may refer to: Kaizuka Hiroko, character of the manga shadow star. Line nishitetsu Kaizuka, Japanese railway line in Fukuoka Prefecture. 7475 Kaizuka, asteroid. (7475 Кайдзука, астероид) Hiroshi Kaizuka, the manga artist, see the list of s ...



Clan as Indian ancestry, the names of Kashmiri Pandit. Kerri-Anne Kennerley, an Australian television presenter and personality. Amar Nath As. (Амар Натх Как) 1893-1983 as RAM Chandra, Indian politician, chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir.



Kake may refer to: Kake TV, channel 10 serving Wichita, Kansas and most States in remote areas. Kake, Alaska. (Каке, Аляска) Kake, Hiroshima. (Какэ, Хиросима) Kake, a character created by Tom of Finland.



Kalaba can refer to: Rainford Kalaba, Zambian footballer. Kalaba, Nevsehir, a town in the province of Nevsehir, Turkey. Kalaba-x, a constructed language. Kalaba, another name for White kaolin clay.



Kalach may refer to: Kalach urban settlement, an administrative division and a municipal formation town of Kalach and seven rural settlements kalachevsky district, Voronezh oblast, Russia are incorporated as. Kālach, an alternative name Kalaj, a ...



Adam Tauman Kalai, American computer scientist. Ehud Kalai, the famous American expert on game theory and mathematical economist. Hanoch Kalai 1910-1979, a member of the Irgun and Lehi and an expert on Hebrew. Leslie Kalai was born in 1984, the P ...


Kalama (disambiguation)

Kalama was the Queen consort of Hawaii. Kalam may also refer to: Kalama family, genus heteropteran bugs. Kalam of Sutta, the Buddhist Scriptures. Kamalatmika / Kalam, the Hindu goddess. Kalama, Washington, a town in the district of Cowlitz, Washi ...



Mats Andre kaland was born in 1989, Norwegian footballer. Ad kaland, Dutch politician of Christian democratic appeal. Laila kaland, Norwegian politician for the labour party.


Kalari (disambiguation)

In the Kalari is a traditional study spaces for Kalaripayattu, the martial art of Kerala. The Kalari may also refer to: The Kalari cheese, Indian cheese. The Kalari, Iran, a village in the County Jask the province of Hormozgan, Iran. The Kalari, ...

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