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Fantasy issue

A fantasy issue is an issue of money that is not approved by a sovereign state. Since this money is usually privately made, it is not legal tender, but are usually used for political propaganda.

                                               

Arthur Ernst Rutra

Arthur Ernst Rutra, born Samuely, was a leading Austrian Expressionist playwright and author. He was also a publisher and journalist. He was born on the 18th September 1892 in Lemberg in Austria-Hungary now Ukraine and died on the 9th of October ...

                                               

Kariz

Kariz, Faryab Kariz, Bamyan Kariz, Vardak 34°12′N 68°25′E Kariz, Zabol 31°58′5″N 67°5′51″E Kariz, Kandahar Kariz, Zabol 31°45′42″N 66°22′54″E Kariz, Vardak 34°28′N 67°0′E

                                               

Hili

Hili may be: Hilis also, Ilis - a village in the Khojali Rayon of Azerbaijan Tikoloshe, Tokoloshe or Hili - a dwarf-like water Sprite creature or zombie, in Zulu mythology The plural of the medical word hilum Hili, Al Ain - a district in the city ...

                                               

Lizy Tagliani

Lizy Tagliani was born in Resistencia, Chaco, has lived in Buenos Aires since her early childhood. At a young age, she began to work as a hairdresser for various Argentine entertainment figures, and to put on shows in nightclubs in Buenos Aires. ...

                                               

Replenishment

Beach replenishment or Beach nourishment, a coastal-management process that artificially replaces sediments lost to erosion Lake Chad replenishment project, a proposed major water-diversion scheme to channel water from the Ubangi River to Lake Ch ...

                                               

Brachyplatystoma tigrinum

Brachyplatystoma tigrinum, the zebra shovelnose, or tigerstriped catfish, is a species of catfish of the family Pimelodidae that is native to Brazil, Colombia and Peru.

                                               

National Road Network of Costa Rica

National Road Network of Costa Rica, are a series of numbered road routes that are managed through Costa Rica by the Ministry of Public Works and Transport and its subagency the National Road Council. The national road network is under maintained ...

                                               

Zospeum zaldivarae

Zospeum zaldivarae Prieto, De Winter, Weigand, Gomez & Jochum, 2015 is a cave-dwelling species of air-breathing land snails.

                                               

Gorani

Gorani Konjic, a village in the municipality of Konjic, Bosnia and Herzegovina Gurani or Gurany, a village, part of the commune of Pietroasa, Bihor in Romania Gorani, Buzau County, a village in Odaile Commune, Buzau County, Romania Goranoi, a vil ...

                                               

La Belle, New Mexico

La Belle is a ghost town in Taos County, New Mexico. It is located about 8 miles northeast of Red River. Minerals had been discovered in the area in 1866, but settlement did not occur until several decades later. The town was established as a min ...

                                               

Survivor Romania

Survivor Romania is an Romanian reality game show based on the international Survivor format. Following the premise of other versions of the format, the program features a group of contestants who are marooned in an isolated island location, wher ...

                                               

Exocoetus peruvianus

Exocoetus peruvianus, commonly known as the Peruvian flyingfish, is a species of ray-finned fish endemic to the tropical southeast Pacific Ocean in the waters off Peru and Ecuador.

                                               

C. dubia

C. dubia may refer to: Clathrina dubia, a sponge species Clausilia dubia, a species of small, very elongate, left-handed air-breathing land snail species Ceriodaphnia dubia, a species of water flea in the class Branchiopoda Centaurea dubia, the T ...

                                               

Artist Relief

Artist Relief is an emergency initiative founded in 2020 by a coalition of national arts grantmakers to offer financial and informational resources to artists across the United States in response to the coronavirus-19 epidemic.

                                               

Washington Aguerre

Washington Omar Aguerre Lima is a Uruguayan professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Primera Division club Cerro Largo, on loan from Peñarol.

                                               

Alan Niven (footballer)

Alan Niven was an Australian international footballer who played as a defender. Niven was born in England and played youth football for Wolverhampton Wanderers. After representing Nuneaton Borough, he moved to Australia, where he made over 250 ap ...

                                               

Durocasses

The meaning of the name Durocasses is unclear. The second element -casses may have meant hair, hairstyle, perhaps a particular warrior coiffure, or tin, bronze helmet?. The city of Dreux, attested as Drocas ca. 930 CE Drewes in the 12th c., is na ...

                                               

Tubaani

Tubaani also referred to as steamed black eyed peas pudding is a popular Ghanaian dish which is commonly eaten in the three northern regions and Zongo communities of Ghana. The dish consists of steamed beans paste mostly wrapped in Thaumatococcus ...

                                               

List of womens Olympic water polo tournament records and statistics

This is a summary of the best performances of each confederation at the Olympics. Legend * – Host team

                                               

L. grandis

L. grandis may refer to: Liphyra grandis, a butterly species in the genus Liphyra endemic to New Guinea Lasius grandis, an ant species in the genus Lasius Licuala grandis, the ruffled fan palm, Vanuatu fan palm or Palas palm, a palm tree species ...

                                               

Basal

Basal medicine, a minimal level that is necessary for health or life, such as a minimum insulin dose Basal anatomy, an anatomical term of location for features associated with the base of an organism or structure Basal phylogenetics, a sister gro ...

                                               

Scenic Eclipse

Scenic Eclipse is a six-star discovery mega-yacht ship operated by Scenic. As of August 2020, It is the first cruise line’s discovery ship, world’s most luxurious expedition mega-yacht and current flagship of the Scenic fleet. It departed on the ...

                                               

Shǐ (surname)

Shǐ is a Chinese surname meaning "history" of "official historiographer". It is romanized Shih in Wade–Giles, or Sze or Si in Cantonese romanization. According to a 2008 study, it was the 82nd most common name in China. A 2013 study found that it ...

                                               

Sivan Yaari

Born in Israel, Ya’ari moved to France with her family at a young age. At the age of 20, after returning to Israel and completing national service, Ya’ari was offered a job with American-based clothing brand Jordache. She accepted the offer and m ...

                                               

Tikva

Tikva may refer to: People: Shalom Tikva born 1965, former Israeli international footballer Tikva Frymer-Kensky 1943–2006, Professor at the University of Chicago Divinity School Avi Tikva born 1976, retired Israeli professional association footba ...

                                               

Maasai Mara Conservancies

To the east and north of the Maasai Mara National Reserve, some of the former Maasai cattle-grazing areas have been converted into wildlife conservancies for tourism. The conservancies include Enonkishu, Lemek, Mara Naboisho, Mara North, Nashulai ...

                                               

Banu Nuaym

The Banu Nuaym, also spelled al-Naimeh, al-Naim or al-Neim, are a large tribal confederation present in the Hauran and Golan Heights regions of Syria.

                                               

David Edwards (basketball)

Edwards was born in Richmond, Virginia and moved to New York City before high school, living in public housing. and played at Andrew Jackson High School under coach Chuck Granby. At Jackson he averaged 41 points per game as a senior. His 947 poin ...

                                               

Fontana dellAcqua Acetosa (Rome)

The Fontana dellAcqua Acetosa is a fountain in Rome, located in the flat area with the same name, in the quarter Parioli; at this point the river Tiber forms a deep bend before heading north again. The fountain rises at a lower elevation than the ...

                                               

Luciano Micallef

He was born in Birkirkara, Malta on 1st November 1954. At age 10, he started studying art privately under Maltese artist Guzeppi Briffa, He later attended the Malta School of Art. He was awarded a scholarship by the Italian government to study ar ...

                                               

Dave Wright (badminton)

Wright who represented Yorkshire became an English National doubles champion after winning the English National Badminton Championships mens doubles title with Nick Ponting in 1991. He then repeated the success two years in 1993 later but this ti ...

                                               

Belle Vue Harel Massacre

The 1943 Belle Vue Harel Massacre refers to a significant strike which escalated into riots amongst labourers working in the fields of the Belle Vue Harel Sugar Estate on the island of Mauritius in September 1943. The riots led to the death of 4 ...

                                               

2011 EMF miniEURO

The 2011 European minifootball Championships was the second edition of the unofficial European minifootball championships, a forerunner of the EMF miniEURO, a competition for national Small-sided football teams. It was hosted in Tulcea, Romania, ...

                                               

Wanbu Huayanjing Pagoda

Wanbu Huayanjing Pagoda, commonly referred to as Baita or White Pagoda is a large pagoda located in Saihan District, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, China. Built during the Liao dynasty, the tower is octagonal in shape and contains 7 floors, and was an i ...

                                               

Hurd (disambiguation)

Renfrew/Hurds Lake Water Aerodrome, also called Hurds Lake Water Aerodrome", in Ontario, Canada Hurds Pond, see List of lakes in Maine Hurds Lake, Ontario Hurd Peninsula, in the South Shetland Islands Hurds Deep, submarine valley in the English C ...

                                               

KK Podgorica

Kosarkaski klub Podgorica, currently known as Podgorica Bemax due to sponsorship reasons, is a mens professional basketball club based in Podgorica, Montenegro. The club has the same management structure as Buducnost Bemax. They are currently com ...

                                               

Namibia Statistics Agency

Before Namibian Independence in 1990, there was no stand-alone statistical authority. Statistical data was managed through a department of the South African Statistical Services. After independence the Central Statistical Office was launched as d ...

                                               

School of Air Power Studies

At the onset of Independence the Namibian Air Force had no capacity to train its Pilots and maintenance technicians. an agreement with the Namibian Aviation Training Academy was forged.The academy was responsible for providing flight training to ...

                                               

Qusqu Qhawarina (disambiguation)

Qusqu Qhawarina, qhawarina viewpoint, hispanicized spellings Coscocahuarina, Cusco Jahuarina, Coscojahuarina, Cuzcoccahuarina, Qosqoccahuarina, Qosqoqahuarina) may refer to: Qusqu Qhawarina Quispicanchi, a mountain in the Quispicanchi Province, C ...

                                               

Nepenthes cabanae

Nepenthes cabanae is a tropical pitcher plant endemic to Mt. Malimumu, Pantaron Range, Central Mindanao, Philippines, bringing the total number of Nepenthes species in this mountain range to eight.: 39 Nepenthes cabanae was assessed as closest to ...

                                               

Asasif Project

The Asasif Project – Polish archaeological research carried out in the northern part of the Asasif necropolis under the concession granted to the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology University of Warsaw for the work of the Polish-Egyptian ...

                                               

Zimna Woda

Zimna Woda may refer to the following places in Poland: Zimna Woda, Zgierz County in Lodz Voivodeship central Poland Zimna Woda, Lublin Voivodeship east Poland Zimna Woda, Pajeczno County in Lodz Voivodeship central Poland Zimna Woda, Lower Siles ...

                                               

Ligota

Ligota is a common name for villages in Western Poland. The word, related to Czech: lhota, refers to the medieval custom of village founders being exempt from paying duties to their lords for a period of 5–8 years. Villages throughout Poland and ...

                                               

Szczepanow

Szczepanow is a Polish toponym derived from "Szczepan" - a variant of "Stephan". Hence, places getting that name is likely to be the result of a person named Szczepan having had a significant role in local history. The name may refer to the follo ...

                                               

KE KELIT

KE KELIT is an Austrian family-owned company, founded in Linz in 1945. The company produces pipe systems made of plastic and metal, and climate control systems. The company´s headquarters is located in Linz. The company employs 600 staff in 25 co ...

                                               

Coutts Trotter (writer)

Coutts Trotter was a Scottish author. The late Mr. Coutts Trotter was the eldest son of Mr. Archibald Trotter, of Dreghorn, Midlothian, and by his death the Royal Geographical Society has lost a Fellow of thirty years standing, and the Royal Scot ...

                                               

Selters (disambiguation)

Selters is a mineral water brand. Selters may also refer to: Selters Spa, a local community and a spa in Mladenovac, a suburb of Belgrade, Serbia Selters Lahn, a village near Weilburg in the Limburg-Weilburg district, Hesse, Germany Selters Verba ...

                                               

Pony (make-up artist)

Park Hye-min, known professionally as Pony or Pony Park, is a South Korean make-up artist, blogger, and Beauty YouTuber. Pony is credited with popularizing Korean beauty trends worldwide. She was listed in Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia in 2017 for her ...

                                               

Miss Universe Malaysia 1965

Miss Malaysia Universe 1965 is the 4th edition of the Miss Universe Malaysia where the reigning winner Angela Filmer of Selangor crowned her successor Patricia Augustus from Penang on 12 June 1965 at the end of the event. Patricia then represente ...