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Khoob Seerat

Khoob Seerat is a 2020 Pakistani television series premiered on Geo Entertainment on 17 February 2020. It is produced by Abdullah Kadwani and Asad Qureshi under their banner 7th Sky Entertainment. It features Kiran Haq, Nimra Khan and Agha Ali in ...

                                               

Aztec Municipal Airport

Aztec Municipal Airport is a public-use airport located two nautical miles northwest of the central business district of Aztec, in San Juan County, New Mexico, United States. It is a general aviation airport with no tower, fixed base operator, or ...

                                               

Oachira Grama Panchayat

Following Panchayats are borders Oachira Panchayat. North - Krishanpuram, Devikulangara Panchayats East - Vallikunnam Panchayat South - Thazhava, Kulashekharapuram Panchayats West - Klappana Panchayat

                                               

Teardrop

"Teardrops" Womack & Womack song, a 1988 song on Womack & Womacks album Conscience "Tear Drops", a 1957 song by Lee Andrews & the Hearts "Tear Drops", a song from B5s 2007 album Dont Talk, Just Listen "Teardrops", a song by The Proclaimers from t ...

                                               

Lyciscus

Lyciscus was the name of a number of people from classical antiquity: Lyciscus general, officer of Agathocles of Syracuse in the 4th century BC Lyciscus of Acarnania, ambassador to Sparta in the 3rd century BC Lyciscus of Aetolia, a partisan of R ...

                                               

Padbury Brook

Padbury brook rises from its source just north of Fringford in Oxfordshire. The brook heads eastward under the A4421 south of Newton Morrell in Oxfordshire, onwards north of Godington, then on into Buckinghamshire. The brook heads eastward, north ...

                                               

Mesopotamia (disambiguation)

Mesopotamia, Argentina, the name of the northeast region of Argentina located between the rivers Parana and Uruguay Mesopotamia, Oxford, the name of land between two rivers in the Oxford University Parks, England Mesopotam, a village in Albania M ...

                                               

Sandy Island

Sandy Island Marine Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada Sandy Island Saskatchewan, Canada Sandy Island British Columbia, in the List of islands of British Columbia

                                               

Two Brothers

The Two Brothers film, a 1910 American short Western film, directed by D. W. Griffith Two Brothers 1929 film, a 1929 German silent film, directed by Mikhail Dubson Two Brothers 2004 film, a 2004 French-British film, directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud

                                               

Daily News

The Daily News Halifax, Nova Scotia Dawson Creek Daily News, British Columbia Montreal Daily News 1988–1989, Quebec Ming Pao Daily News Canada The Kamloops Daily News, British Columbia Today Daily News Toronto, Ontario Prince Rupert Daily News 19 ...

                                               

Galeão

Galeão may refer to: Rio de Janeiro–Galeão International Airport Galeão–Antonio Carlos Jobim International Airport, an airport in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Galleon, Portuguese: Galeão, a large, multi-decked sailing ship used primarily by ...

                                               

H4

Halo 4, a video game created by 343 Industries for the Xbox 360 Zoom H4 Handy Recorder, a handheld digital audio recorder , level 4 heading markup for HTML Web pages, see HTML element#heading H-4 SOW, a precision-guided glide bomb used by the Pak ...

                                               

Chad (disambiguation)

Chad is an African country. Chad may also refer to: Lake Chad Antarctica Chad chess variant, a chess variant by Christian Freeling Chad of Mercia, a 7th century Anglo-Saxon churchman, Bishop of York and of Lichfield, and later Saint. Chad paper, ...

                                               

Brother Island

North and South Brother Islands, East River in New York City, between the Bronx and Rikers Island The Brothers San Francisco Bay, two islands, East and West, in California Brother Island, Niagara River, in New York State, near the Horseshoe Falls ...

                                               

Saint David (disambiguation)

Saint David Dewi Sant, c. 500–587, patron saint of Wales Saint Davids Day, 1 March David of Munktorp, 11th-century missionary to Sweden Saint David of Muscovy aka Saint Gleb – see Boris and Gleb Saint David the Dendrite tree-dweller, or David of ...

                                               

Kawelo a Maihunalii

Kawelo a Maihunalii, also known as Kaweloleimakau, was the usurping alii nui of Kauai, who overthrew Kaweloaikanaka and the old hereditary line of Kauai rulers.

                                               

Italian Eritrean

This pidgin started to be created at the end of the XIX century and was fully developed in the 1930s. It had similarities with the Mediterranean Lingua Franca. Lingua Franca also seems to have affected other languages. Eritrean Pidgin Italian, fo ...

                                               

Buri

Buri tribe, an ancient Germanic people Buri, or Burebista, Thracian king of the Getae and Dacian from 82/61 BC–45/44 BC Taj al-Muluk Buri died 1132, Prince of Damascus and namesake of its Buri dynasty Buri Dacian tribe, a 1st–2nd century tribe li ...

                                               

Norway Proper

Norway Proper as a geographic term in 20th and 21st century usage generally refers to those parts of the Kingdom of Norway that are located on the Scandinavian Peninsula. Before the 20th century the term was often used in English as synonymous wi ...

                                               

Guinea–Liberia border

The Guinea–Liberia border is 590 km in length and runs from the tripoint with Sierra Leone in the west to the tripoint with the Ivory Coast in the east.

                                               

Guinea–Ivory Coast border

The Guinea–Ivory Coast border is 816 km in length and runs from the tripoint with Mali in the north to the tripoint with Liberia in the south.

                                               

Jewish state (disambiguation)

The Jewish state refers to the modern-day state of Israel. Jewish state may also refer to: Homeland for the Jewish people Proposals for a Jewish state Names Jewish State ship, or USCGC Northland WPG-49, ship of the United States Coast Guard The J ...

                                               

Sha Kong Wai

Sha Kong Wai is a village in Ha Tsuen, Yuen Long District, Hong Kong. Part of it is a historic walled village.

                                               

Pak Hok Shan

Pak Hok Shan is a small hill in the northern part of the Kowloon peninsula in Hong Kong. It is 77 m in height. The Hong Kong Chinese Christian Churches Union Cemetery is located on this hill.

                                               

Josephat

Josephat may refer to: Josephat Kiprono Menjo born 1979, Kenyan long-distance runner Josephat Torner, Tanzanian albino activist Josephat Kiprono born 1973, Kenyan distance and marathon runner Josephat Kuntsevich 1580–1623, monk and archbishop of ...

                                               

Bathsheba (disambiguation)

Bathsheba may refer to: Places: Bathsheba, Barbados, fishing village on the east coastline of Barbados Bathsheba, Oklahoma, ghost town in Oklahoma, United States People: Bathsheba Grossman born 1966, digital sculptor in Santa Cruz, California Bat ...

                                               

Washington Island

The name Washington Island refers to: Washington Island Wisconsin, the largest of the islands that make up the Town of Washington in Door County, Wisconsin Washington Islands Wilderness in Washington state Washington Island Minnesota in Lake Coun ...

                                               

Jalalabad (disambiguation)

Jalalabad, Fazilka, settlement of Fazilka district, Punjab Mangalore, temporarily renamed Jalalabad by Tipu Sultan in the late 18th century Jalalabad, Bijnor, settlement of Bijnor district, Uttar Jalalabad, Muzaffarnagar, settlement of Muzaffarna ...

                                               

Whig

True Whig Party, also known as the "Liberian Whig Party", Liberias overwhelmingly dominant political party from 1878 to 1980

                                               

Decoration Day (disambiguation)

Decoration Day refers to traditions of cemetery decoration and ritual, including: Decoration Day Appalachia and Liberia, a living tradition of cemetery decoration and ritual which arose by the 19th century Decoration Day Canada, a Canadian holida ...

                                               

Lapa

Lapa district of São Paulo, a district of the city of São Paulo, Brazil Lapa, Salinas, Puerto Rico, a barrio Lapa, Rio de Janeiro, a neighbourhood in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Lapa, Parana, a town near Curitiba, in the state of Parana in ...

                                               

Mauritania–Senegal border

The Mauritania–Senegal border is 742 km in length and runs from the Atlantic Ocean in the west along the Senegal River to the tripoint with Mali in the east.

                                               

Dilly

Dilly crater, a crater in the Elysium quadrangle of Mars Dili also spelled Dili, the capital and largest city of East Timor Dilly, Mali, a town and commune in Mali Dilly, Wisconsin, United States

                                               

Gana (disambiguation)

Gana, Burkina Faso Gana, Iran Gana, Poland Ghana Empire, an empire in what is now western Mali that flourished between the fourth and thirteenth centuries Gana, Tibet

                                               

Fort St. Louis

Fort St. Louis Guysborough County, Nova Scotia Fort Saint Louis Newfoundland, Placentia, Newfoundland Fort St. Louis Shelburne County, Nova Scotia Fort St. Louis, former name of Fort Chambly, Chambly, Quebec Fort Saint Louis, a fort in what is no ...

                                               

Orlov

Orlov, Stara Ľubovna District, a village in Eastern Slovakia Orlov, Russia Orlova, several inhabited localities in Russia Orlova, a town in Moravian-Silesian Region, Czech Republic

                                               

Ambroise (disambiguation)

Ambroise may refer to: Jackson Ambroise born 1952, Haitian painter Magloire Ambroise 1774 – 1807, hero of the Haitian Independence Ambroise de Lore 1396 – 1446, baron of Ivry in Normandy, a French military commander, and companion of Joan of Arc ...

                                               

Hormiguero

Hormiguero is the Spanish word for anthill. It may refer to: Hormiguero, Mexico an Archeological site associated with the Maya civilization of pre-Columbian Mesoamerica. An area of Cienfuegos, Cuba. Hormiguero, Arizona, one of the 19th century Gi ...

                                               

Marcus Valerius Messalla

Marcus Valerius Messalla is the name of: Marcus Valerius Messalla suffect consul 32 BC Marcus Valerius Messalla consul 226 BC Marcus Valerius Messalla Corvinus II, consul in 58 AD Marcus Valerius Messalla consul 188 BC Marcus Valerius Messalla Me ...

                                               

Umaru Nagwamatse

Umaru Nagwamatse Dan Aba Bakar was a prince from Sokoto caliph, Nigeria traditional ruler as Sarkin Sudan and fouder of Kontagora Emirate. Nagwamatse founded and conquer the Kontagora Emirate in 1864 and became the ruler of the emirate known as S ...

                                               

Guell (disambiguation)

Guell or Guell may refer to: Guell Pavilions, complex of buildings near Pedralbes, Barcelona, by the architect Antoni Gaudi, built between 1884 and 1887 Bodegas Guell, architectural complex in Garraf, Sitges Barcelona designed by Antoni Gaudi Gon ...

                                               

Acadia (disambiguation)

Acadia is the region of northeastern North America which was established as a French colony in the 17th century, today comprising roughly the Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, the Gaspe region of Quebec; and ...

                                               

Mediator

Mediator may refer to: Business mediator, a mediator in business Mediator variable, in statistics A person who engages in mediation Vanishing mediator, a philosophical concept

                                               

Levita

Levita may refer to: People: Benedict Levita, the pseudonym attached to a forged collection of capitularies that appeared in the ninth century Ohad Levita born 1986, Israeli footballer Elia Levita 1469–1549, Renaissance Hebrew grammarian, scholar ...

                                               

Abda

Abda may refer to: People Abda, one of two Christian martyr bishops Abda and Abdjesus Abda of Hira died 680, saint of the Assyrian Church of the East Abda, or Abd-al-Masih martyr, Christian saint and martyr Abda of Dair-Koni, also known as Rabban ...

                                               

St. Helen

Saint Helen of Caernarfon or Saint Elen, late 4th-century founder of churches in Wales Saint Helen of Serbia, medieval Queen of Serbia, died in 1314 Saint Helen of Constantinople, title for Helena empress c. 250 – c. 330, mother of Constantine th ...

                                               

Orange Grove

The correct term for orange trees cultivated for their fruit is an orange orchard. The term "grove" usually describes a naturally occurring group of trees. However, throughout the United States, the term "orange grove" has been used for the agric ...

                                               

New Democratic Party (disambiguation)

Nova Scotia New Democratic Party Newfoundland and Labrador New Democratic Party New Brunswick New Democratic Party British Columbia New Democratic Party Ontario New Democratic Party A provincial or territorial section of the Canadian New Democrat ...

                                               

Bauer Hotel (Venice)

The Bauer Hotel, is a five-star hotel located on the Grand Canal in the San Marco sestiere of Venice, Italy, near the Piazza San Marco. It originally opened in 1880 as the Grand Hotel dItalie Bauer-Grunwald and moved to its current location in 19 ...

                                               

Santa Chiara

Santa Chiara, Rome, a church in Rome, Italy Santa Chiara, Bra, a Roman Catholic church in Bra, Cuneo, Piedmont, Italy Santa Chiara, Treia, a Roman Catholic church in Treia, Macerata, Marche, Italy Santa Chiara, Turin, a Roman Catholic church in T ...