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Farzan Athari

Farzan Athari 26 June 1984) is a Swedish Iranian model and actor. He has worked in the modeling industry for several years and has also appeared in movies and on television.

                                               

The Encyclopedia of Christianity

The Encyclopedia of Christianity is a five-volume English translation of the third revised edition of Evangelisches Kirchenlexikon. The work present both the history and the current situation of the Christian faith today and throughout the 2.000 ...

                                               

Kemna Bau

J.Kemna/Breslau was a Steam engine, steam tractor, locomotive, steam plow, road roller and tractor factory in Wroclaw, the capital of Silesia which was, until 1945, part of Eastern Germany. It was one of Germanys largest producers in this industr ...

                                               

Government of Artsakh

The Government of the Republic of Artsakh or the executive branch of the Artsakhian government is an executive council of government ministers in Artsakh. It is one of the three main governmental branches of Armenia and is headed by the President ...

                                               

RTB

Radio Television of Belgrade, now Radio Television Serbia, the state broadcaster of Yugoslavia RTBF, the state broadcaster of the French-speaking part of Belgium, named RTB prior to 1977 Radiodiffusion Television du Burkina, the state broadcaster ...

                                               

OAN

National Astronomical Observatory Chile Spanish: Observatorio Astronomico Nacional de Chile, owned and operated by the University of Chile Spanish National Observatory (Spanish: Observatorio Astronomico Nacional de España, an astronomical observa ...

                                               

Robert Carl Sheppard

Robert Carl Sheppard, MBE was a veteran of the Battle of the Somme in World War 1 who worked as a lighthouse keeper at Fort Amherst and was master mariner of two ships, the SS Eagle and the SS Trepassey, chartered for the secret British Antarctic ...

                                               

German Intercept Station Operations during World War II

German Intercept Station Operations were intercept operations that were undertaken by the German Army forces in Europe during World War II. Interception is the gathering of radio signals as part of a signals intelligence operation.

                                               

Maria Juliana Ruiz

Maria Juliana Ruiz Sandoval is the First Lady of Colombia. She is married to Ivan Duque Marquez, who became president of the country on August 7, 2018, succeeding Juan Manuel Santos.

                                               

Star Wars: The High Republic

Star Wars: The High Republic, initially promoted as Project Luminous, is a subseries of the Star Wars media franchise set during the "High Republic" sub-era of the Age of Republic, set 200 years before the events of the Skywalker saga and 800 yea ...

                                               

Invasion of Ireland

The term Invasion of Ireland can refer to several attempted invasions of the island of Ireland including: Viking invasions of Ireland 8th–11th century. Cromwellian conquest of Ireland, invasion of Ireland by English Parliamentarians during the Wa ...

                                               

Kingdom of Israel

The Kingdom of Israel may refer to any of the historical kingdoms of ancient Israel, including: Fully independent c. 567 years Hasmonean Kingdom 140–37 BCE, kingdom ruled by the Hasmoneans or "Maccabees", primarily known as Judea or cognates but ...

                                               

Muwaqqit

In Islamic history, a muwaqqit was an astronomer tasked with the timekeeping and the regulation of prayer times in an Islamic institution like a mosque or a madrasa. Unlike the muazzin who was usually selected for his piety and voice, a muwaqqit ...

                                               

Land Transaction Tax

Land Transaction Tax is a property tax in Wales. It replaced the Stamp Duty Land Tax from 1 April 2018. It became the first Welsh tax in almost 800 years. LTT is a tax applied to residential and commercial land and buildings transactions includin ...

                                               

JN Reddy (politician)

Jayaram Narainsamy Reddy popularly known as JN Reddy, was a South African politician who was the leader of the Solidarity party which was represented in the House of Delegates, the body within the Apartheid Tricameral Parliament reserved for Indi ...

                                               

4th Guards Military Base

The 4th Guards Military Base is a sizable overseas military base of the Russian Armed Forces stationed in the partially recognized Republic of South Ossetia. The base is subordinate to the command of the Southern Military District of the Russian ...

                                               

7th Military Base

The 7th Military Base is a sizable overseas military base of the Russian Armed Forces stationed in Georgias Russian-occupied territory and the partially recognized Republic of Abkhazia. The base is subordinate to the command of the 49th Combined ...

                                               

Brazil–Namibia relations

Brazil–Namibia relations refers to the diplomatic relations between the Federative Republic of Brazil and the Republic of Namibia. Both nations are members of the Group of 77 and the United Nations.

                                               

Alexander Lukyanenko

Major General Alexander Alexeyevich Lukyanenko is a Transnistrian politician who served as the 3rd Minister of Defence of Transnistria from 2012 to 2015 in the government of President Yevgeny Shevchuk. He was born in Budapest, the capital of Hung ...

                                               

Ben Bouwer

Ben Bouwer was the son of Barend Daniel Bouwer and his wife, Hester. Along with his parents, who were possibly members of the first trek that left the Transvaal in May 1874, Dorsland trek experience. In May 1875, they moved into Thorsland althoug ...

                                               

Frederick Klinck

Frederick Gordon Klinck was a South African cricketer who played for Transvaal in the 1890s. Born in Port Elizabeth, Klinck was educated at The Kings School, Canterbury, and Diocesan College, Cape Town. He represented Kimberley in inter-provincia ...

                                               

1968 Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands parliamentary election

Parliamentary elections were held in the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands on 5 November 1968, except in the Marshall Islands, where they were delayed until 20 December due to an outbreak of flu.

                                               

1966 Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands parliamentary election

The bicameral Congress consisted of a 12-member Senate with two members from each of the six districts and a 21-member House of Representatives with seats apportioned to each district based on their population – five from Truk, four from the Mars ...

                                               

1970 Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands parliamentary election

The bicameral Congress consisted of a 12-member Senate with two members from each of the six districts and a 21-member House of Representatives with seats apportioned to each district based on their population – five from Truk, four from the Mars ...

                                               

1972 Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands parliamentary election

The bicameral Congress consisted of a 12-member Senate with two members from each of the six districts and a 21-member House of Representatives with seats apportioned to each district based on their population – five from Truk, four from the Mars ...

                                               

1974 Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands parliamentary election

Parliamentary elections were held in the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands on 5 November 1974. Carmen Bigler became the first female member of Congress after being elected to House of Representatives from the Fifth District of the Marshall I ...

                                               

1976 Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands parliamentary election

Parliamentary elections were held in the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands on 2 November 1976, except in Palau, where they were delayed until 7 December due to a legal challenge over redistricting. They were the last territory-wide elections ...

                                               

Francis Nuuan

Francis Nuuan was a Micronesian educator and politician. He served as a member of the Senate of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands between 1965 and 1969.

                                               

Namo Hermios

Iroij Namo Hermios was a Marshallese chief and politician. He served as a member of the House of Representatives of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands between 1965 and 1968, and as a member of the Marshall Islands Legislature until his death.

                                               

David Ramarui

David Ramarui was a Palauan politician. He served as a member of the Senate of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands prior to Palau separating from the territory, and then as Minister of Social Services in the Palauan government.

                                               

Carmen Bigler

Carmen Milne Bigler is a Marshallese educator, civil servant and former politician. She was the first and only woman to serve in the Congress of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands.

                                               

Dragonheart: Vengeance

Dragonheart: Vengeance is a 2020 American-British-Romanian fantasy adventure film directed by Ivan Silvestrini. It is the third direct-to-video prequel of the 1996 film, Dragonheart. The film begins before the events of Dragonheart: Battle for th ...

                                               

Tzanetos Grigorakis

Tzanetos "Kapetanakis" Grigorakis, also known as Zanetos or Tzanibey or Zanibey or Tzanetbey or Zanetbey, was a Greek politician, general and the 3rd bey of Mani, the most prominent together with Petrobey Mavromichalis. He was the longest-ruled b ...

                                               

Independence Day (disambiguation)

Independence Day franchise, a franchise of two science-fiction action films and other media Independence Day video game, a 1997 game based on the film Independence Day 1996 film, the first film in the series, directed by Roland Emmerich Independe ...

                                               

Night and Day

Night & Day: Big Band, 1995 album by Chicago Night & Day Keshia Chante album, 2011 Night and Day Joe Jackson album, 1982 The Night and Day Cafe, a music venue in Manchester "Night and Day" song, written by Cole Porter Night and Day, a 1976 album ...

                                               

Samuel Day

Samuel, Sammy or Sam Day may refer to: Samuel Day sportsman 1878–1950, English cricketer and footballer, known as Sammy Day Sammy Day, the title character of the Belgium comic series Sammy Sam Day jockey 1802–1866, English jockey and uncle of Sam ...

                                               

One Day

"One Day", by Kissing the Pink KTP from Certain Things Are Likely "One Day", by Kamelot from The Expedition "One Day", by Roger Daltrey from Parting Should Be Painless "One Day" 2AM and 2PM song, 2012 "One Day" Charice song, 2011 "One Day", by Li ...

                                               

Forever and a Day

Forever and a Day, album by Jeff & Sheri Easter 2003 Forever and a Day album, a 2006 album by Karin Kortje; also its title track Forever and a Day, a 2010 album by the Kruger Brothers; also its title track

                                               

Have a Nice Day

Have a Nice Day may refer to: "Have a Nice Day", by George Carlin from A Place for My Stuff Have a nice day, a service industry expression widespread throughout the English-speaking world Have a Nice Day film, a 2017 Chinese film Have a N.I.C.E. ...

                                               

Day for night (disambiguation)

Day for night is a historic cinematographic technique of shooting night scenes during the day. Day for Night may also refer to: Day For Night, a 2005 EP by Australian indie pop band The Bank Holidays Day for Night The Tragically Hip album, a 1994 ...

                                               

Another Day in Paradise (disambiguation)

Another Day in Paradise is the name of a Phil Collins song released in 1989. Another Day in Paradise may also refer to: Just Another Day in Paradise, a 1982 album and song by Bertie Higgins Another Day in Paradise film, a 1998 film based on the E ...

                                               

Perfect Day

"Perfect Day" Ben 10 "A Perfect Day" Cold Case "Perfect Day" 2point4 children

                                               

Day One

Day One 24, the first season of the television series 24 "Day One" Torchwood, a 2006 episode of the science-fiction television series Torchwood Day One TV series, a 2009 American television pilot for NBC which was reduced from a television series ...

                                               

A Good Day to Die

"It Is a Good Day to Die", a song by Robbie Robertson from Music for The Native Americans "A Good Day to Die", a song by Venom from Metal Black A Good Day to Die, an album by Sam Llanas "Good Day to Die", a song by Hot Heat from Happiness Ltd. "I ...

                                               

Its a Beautiful Day (disambiguation)

Its a Beautiful Day is an American musical group formed in San Francisco in 1967. Its a Beautiful Day may also refer to: "Its a Beautiful Day" Sarah Brightman song, 2003 "Its a Beautiful Day" Queen song, 1995 "Its a Beautiful Day" Michael Buble s ...

                                               

The Day

The Day 2011 film, a 2011 Canadian film The Day 1960 film, a 1960 short film The Day 1914 film, a 1914 Australian silent film The Day, a television news program produced by Deutsche Welle

                                               

The Eighth Day

Gattaca, a 1997 film with working title The Eighth Day The Eighth Day 1996 film, a Belgian film, directed by Jaco Van Dormael On the 8th Day 1984 film, a documentary about nuclear winter

                                               

King for a Day

"King for a Day", a two-part episode of Power Rangers: Zeo "King for a Day" Joe 90, an episode of Joe 90 Kings for a Day, a 1997 French film "King for a Day" Mia and Me, an episode of Mia and Me King for a Day 1940 film, a 1940 cartoon short in M ...

                                               

Judgment Day (disambiguation)

Judgment Day is another name for the Last Judgment in the Abrahamic religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam Judgment Day or Judgement Day may also refer to:

                                               

One Fine Day

One Fine Day, an EP by K.Will One Fine Day, an album by Tomomi Kahara One Fine Day Katherine Jenkins album, 2011 "One Fine Day" song, a song written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King which was a 1963 hit for the Chiffons "One Fine Day", a song by J ...