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National Front

National Front for the Salvation of Libya Swaziland National Front, a political party in Swaziland Namibia National Front Botswana National Front South African National Front, neo-fascist organisation associated with the British National Front Fr ...

                                               

Derek Jones

Derek Jones mayor 1927–2013, English Congregationalist missionary and politician in Botswana Derek Jones civil servant, Permanent Secretary to the Welsh Government Derek Jones civil servant, born 1927 1927–2008, British and Hong Kong government o ...

                                               

Michael Stanley (disambiguation)

Michael Stanley filmmaker, American actor, producer and filmmaker Michael Stanley rugby union born 1989, Samoan rugby union rugby player Michael Stanley born 1948, American musician and radio presenter Michael Stanley author, the nom de plume of ...

                                               

Keep the Dream Alive

"Keep The Dream Alive", a single Tony Mills musician "Keeping the Dream Alive", a song by Munchener Freiheit from the 1988 album Fantasy "Keep The Dream Alive", a single by Light of the World band "Keep The Dream Alive", a song by Praga Khan from ...

                                               

Joe Morris

Joe Morris drummer born 1960, American studio drummer Joe Morris songwriter born 1966, Botswanan songwriter and musician Joe Morris guitarist born 1955, American jazz guitarist Joe Morris, a stage name of Chris Columbus 1902–2002, American jazz d ...

                                               

Jomo

Jomo may refer to: People: nickname of Moemedi Moatlhaping born 1985, Botswanan footballer JoMo, nickname of professional wrestler John Morrison JoMo, stage name of French/Esperanto musician Jean-Marc Leclercq Jomo Sono, South African soccer club ...

                                               

Pata

Pata, a village in Apahida Commune, Romania Pata, Sulu, a Philippine municipality Pata, Central African Republic, a village Pontrilas Army Training Area, a British Army training camp in England Pata, Galanta District, a village in Slovakia Pata i ...

                                               

Liege (disambiguation)

Arrondissement of Liege, an administrative and judicial subdivision Liege province, a province of Belgium Roman Catholic Diocese of Liege, a Roman Catholic Diocese coextensive with the province Prince-Bishopric of Liege, a former state of the Hol ...

                                               

Serge Le Griot

Serge Le Griot met many artists while he was doing his bachelor in civil engineering at the Bujumbura Light University. He got to know the Chadian slammer Croque-mort, the actor and director Kader and the French slamers Rouda and Lyor including R ...

                                               

Gaba

Gaba Jaba, village in the West Bank, Palestine, southwest of Jerusalem Gaba, the old name of the city of Isfahan in Iran Gaba, a suburb of Makindye, Kampala, Uganda, on the shores of Lake Victoria Gaba railway station on the Chinese Qingzang Rail ...

                                               

Its a Raid

Its a Raid is a song by English heavy metal musician Ozzy Osbourne featuring American rapper and singer Post Malone. The song was written by John Osbourne, Austin Post, Louis Bell, Chad Smith, Ali Tamposi, and Andrew Watt. Produced with Watt and ...

                                               

Slider

Slider usually refers to Slider baseball, a baseball pitch. Slider sandwich, a small hamburger typically around 2 inches 5 cm diameter) Slider or sliders may also refer to:

                                               

MOU

MOU Box, or sometimes the MOU 74 Box, a fisheries management area comprising a rectangular tract of marine waters in the Timor Sea Mou Forest, Burkina Faso Mou, Burkina Faso, a town Mou River, New Caledonia

                                               

Black mold

Black mold, black mould or Black Mold may refer to: "Black Mold", the debut single from the Jon Spencer Blues Explosions 2012 album Meat + Bone Black bread mold Rhizopus stolonifer, a widely distributed thread-like mucoralean mold commonly found ...

                                               

GID

Gid, Arkansas, United States, an unincorporated community Geneva International Discussions, international negotiations about Georgia the country Great icosidodecahedron, a geometrical figure Grazing incidence diffraction, use of X-rays etc. to an ...

                                               

Tundra (disambiguation)

Tundra is a treeless region near the poles of the Earth or at high elevations. Tundra may refer to: Dream Tundra, kit aircraft Tundra album Tundra Semiconductor, a semiconductor company in Canada Tundra Publishing, a defunct American comic book p ...

                                               

Danger

Danger Cave, an archaeological site in Utah Danger Islands, Antarctica Danger Island, alternate name of Pukapuka Atoll in the Cook Islands, Pacific Ocean Danger Point, a coastal feature and cliff face in Devon, England Point Danger Torquay, Victo ...

                                               

Jonathan Wilson

Jonathan Wilson may refer to: Jonathan Wilson fighter born 1987, American mixed martial artist Jonathan Wilson actor active since 1990, Canadian actor and playwright Jonathan Wilson writer born 1976, British sports journalist and author Dana Wils ...

                                               

Alex McGregor

Alex McGregor may refer to: Alex McGregor footballer, born 1950, Scottish football player Alex McGregor Cook Island footballer born 1987, New Zealand-born footballer with heritage from the Cook Islands Alex McGregor politician fl. 2000, Canadian ...

                                               

Toka

Toka Gorge, in Norway Toka, the Hungarian name for Toaca, Romania village, Hodac Commune, Mures County, Romania Toka, a village near Nevasa in Armageddon district, India

                                               

Ego

Ego Freudian, one of the three constructs in Sigmund Freuds structural model of the psyche Egotism, the drive to maintain and enhance favorable views of oneself Self-concept, a collection of beliefs about oneself that embodies the answer to "Who ...

                                               

Juan Velasco (disambiguation)

Juan Velasco was a left-leaning Peruvian general who ruled Peru from 1968 to 1975 under the title of "President of the Revolutionary Government." Juan Velasco may also refer to: Juan de Velasco 1727–1792, Jesuit priest, historian, and professor o ...

                                               

Pareja (disambiguation)

Pareja is a municipality in Spain. Pareja also may refer to: Juan Gabriel Pareja b. 1978, American actor Eusebio Sanchez Pareja, 18th-century Spanish colonial official in New Spain Francisco Pareja ca. 1570–1628, Franciscan missionary in Spanish ...

                                               

Cedeño

Cedeño, Honduras, a municipality near the mouth of the Choluteca River Cedeño Municipality, Bolivar, one of the eleven municipalities of the state of Bolivar, Venezuela Cedeño Municipality, Monagas, one of the thirteen municipalities of the state ...

                                               

Sasha

Sasha Jamaican musician born 1974, gospel singer and former deejay, born Christine Chin Sasha DJ born 1969, born Alexander Coe Sasha German singer born 1972, born Sascha Schmitz

                                               

Luis Castillo

Luis Castillo may refer to: Luis Castillo American football born 1983, Dominican-American NFL defensive end Luis Castillo musician, keyboard player and backup vocalist for American rock band P.O.D. Luis Leandro Castillo born 1991, Argentine footb ...

                                               

Lasso (disambiguation)

Lasso may refer to: Lasso, a loop of rope that is designed to be thrown around a target and tighten when pulled Lasso, Burkina Faso Lasso tool, in image editing softwares. Lasso of Truth, a fictional weapon wielded by comic book superheroine Wond ...

                                               

Ricardo Lopez

Ricardo Lopez may refer to: Ricardo Lopez Jordan 1822–1889, Argentine soldier and politician Ricardo Lopez Cepero born c. 1978, Puerto Rican politician and former mayor of Culebra Ricardo Lopez politician born 1937, Spanish-born Canadian politici ...

                                               

Arlin

The name Arlin may refer to: Arlin Horton, founder of Pensacola Christian College Harold Arlin 1895–1986, American engineer and broadcaster Georg Årlin 1916–1992, Swedish actor Steve Arlin 1945–2016, American baseball player Bernard Arlin born 19 ...

                                               

Rondell

Reid Rondell, Stuntman and actor, who died due to helicopter explosion during filming of "Airwolf" TV series. R. A. Rondell Stuntman, actor and assistant director brother of Reid Rondell Cregg Rondell - vocalist in Boy Hits Car

                                               

Joseph Gilbert

Joseph Gilbert may refer to: Joseph Gilbert minister 1779–1852, English Congregational minister Joseph Gilbert RAF officer born 1931, British air marshal Joseph Gilbert winemaker 1800–1881, South Australian pastoralist Joseph Henry Gilbert 1817–1 ...

                                               

Lyndon

United Kingdom Lyndon, Rutland Lyndon, Solihull, West Midlands United States Lyndon, Kansas Lyndon, Juneau County, Wisconsin, a town Lyndon, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, a town Lyndon, Vermont Lyndon, Ohio Lyndon, New York Lyndon, Kentucky Lyndon ...

                                               

Bile (disambiguation)

Moni Bile, Cameroonian musician Mingo Bile born 1987, Angolan footballer Pastor Micha Ondo Bile born 1952, Equatorial Guinean cabinet minister and ambassador William I of Bimbia birthname Bile, 19th century Cameroonian ruler Abdi Bile born 1962, ...

                                               

AWA

AWA may be an abbreviation for: Amalgamated Wireless Australasia, a telecommunications manufacturer American Writers Association, a literary organization Awadhi language American Whitewater Adam Walsh Act All Writs Act Anarchism without adjective ...

                                               

William MacGregor (disambiguation)

William MacGregor was a Lieutenant-Governor of British New Guinea, Governor of Newfoundland and Governor of Queensland. William or Billy MacGregor may also refer to: William Firth MacGregor 1896–?, painter, illustrator and artist William York Mac ...

                                               

Lawes

Lawes is the surname of the following people: Lewis Lawes, prison warden and an outspoken proponent of prison reform Henry Lawes, English musician and composer Jon Lawes, English motoring author John Bennet Lawes, English entrepreneur and agricul ...

                                               

James Phillips

James Phillips may refer to: James Phillips cricketer 1849–1905, English cricketer James Liddell Phillips 1840–1895, medical and religious missionary James Phillips MP 1672–1730, Welsh politician Jimmy Phillips politician 1913–2002, Texas senator ...

                                               

UAN (disambiguation)

UAN is a solution of urea and ammonium nitrate in water used as a fertilizer. Uan or UAN may also refer to: United American Nurses, formerly an American union affiliated with the AFL-CIO Kuan language Laos, by ISO 639-3 language code Unione Accad ...

                                               

Gira (disambiguation)

Gira is a Lithuanian word for kvass. Gira may also refer to: Gira bicycle rental, a bike rental scheme in Lisbon, Portugal Gira grape, another name for the Italian wine grape Giro Pomba Gira, a deity of Umbanda and Quimbanda religions in Brazil

                                               

Huss

a Swedish noble family, which are divided into two main groups Pierre J. Huss 1903–1966, American journalist and author Daniel Huss born 1979, Luxembourgian footballer Evi Huss, German slalom canoer who competed from the early 1990s to the early ...

                                               

Carl Albrecht

Karl Albrecht Jr. born 1948, German billionaire; son of Karl Albrecht Karl Albrecht 1920–2014, German founder of supermarket chain Aldi Carl Albrecht businessman 1875–1952, German cotton merchant

                                               

David Lane

David Lane sociologist, British professor emeritus of sociology at the University of Cambridge David A. Lane born 1945, professor of statistics and economics at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia David C. Lane born 1956, American professo ...

                                               

Alphonsus

Alphonsus may refer to: as a given name: Alphonsus J. Donlon 1867–1923, American Jesuit Alphonsus Liguori Penney born 1924, Canadian Roman Catholic priest Alphonsus Cassell 1949–2010, Montserratian calypso and soca musician Alphonsus Liguori 1696 ...

                                               

Cassell

Cassells National Library Cassell publisher Cassell Illustrated or Cassell & Co., a British book publisher now owned by the Orion Publishing Group Cassell Military Paperbacks, an imprint of Orion Publishing Group

                                               

James Allen

James R. Allen 1925–1992, former superintendent, U.S. Air Force Academy James Allen Medal of Honor 1843–1913, Medal of Honor recipient during the American Civil War James Allen Army engineer 1806–1846, organizer of the Mormon Battalion, helped fo ...

                                               

Amram (disambiguation)

Amram Gaon, a 9th-century Jewish Babylonian sage Amram of Mainz, legendary medieval German rabbi Amram Aburbeh, Sephardi chief rabbi of Petah Tikva, Israel Amram Zaks, an Israeli rabbi

                                               

Galeano

Galeano may refer to: Fermin Galeano born 1975 Juan Benitez Galeano born 1953 Luis Galeano David Galeano Olivera born 1961, Paraguayan linguist, anthropologist, philologist, and educator Maneco Galeano 1945–1980, Paraguayan musician Jose Jaime Ga ...

                                               

Carlos Torres

Carlos Torres may refer to: Carlos Alberto Torres academic born 1950, Argentinian/American professor of education at UCLA Carlos J. Torres born 1967, Puerto Rican Senator Carlos Torres footballer 1908–?, Portuguese footballer Carlos Torres astron ...

                                               

Manuel Ortiz

Manuel Ortiz or Ortiz may refer to: Manuel Ortiz Toribio born 1984, Spanish footballer Manuel Rivera-Ortiz born 1968, Puerto Rican-American documentary photographer Manuel Ortiz de Zarate 1887–1946, Chilean painter Manuel Ortiz fencer 1948–2008, ...

                                               

Delfin

Delfin surname Delfin Carbonell Basset born 1938, Spanish lexicographer Delfin Mosibe born 1992, Equatoguinean football player Delfin Jaranilla 1883–1980, Filipino lawyer and judge Delfin Benitez Caceres 1910–2004, Paraguayan football player and ...