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Land (disambiguation)

Land album, the first album by the band Land band, an American rock band Land The Comsat Angels album, an album by The Comsat Angels Land Tyr album, an album by Tyr Land 1975–2002, an album by Patti Smith Lands band, a Japanese rock band Dah band ...

                                               

SDN

SDN can stand for: Student Doctor Network in North America S4C Digital Networks, UK TV company Scottish Daily News, a newspaper published in 1975 Scottish Digital Network, proposed in 2011 Sexually dimorphic nucleus, a cluster of cells in the bra ...

                                               

Live in NYC

Live in NYC may refer to: Live in NYC 12/31/92, 2006 album by Pearl Jam Live In NYC, 1996 album by Alan Licht with Loren Mazzacane Connors Live in NYC, 2013 Grammy-nominated album by Gretchen Parlato Live in NYC - 1975: Red Patent Leather, 1985 a ...

                                               

Eric Miller

Eric Miller may refer to: Eric M. Miller born 1981, American businessman, animation studio executive and executive producer Eric Miller industrialist 1882–1958, British industrialist in the rubber industry Eric Miller soccer born 1993, American s ...

                                               

FAH

FAH, Fah or Fah may refer to: Faafu Atoll Hospital, in Maldives Fumarylacetoacetate hydrolase First Affiliated Hospital of Xinjiang Medical University, in China Baissa Fali language, spoken in Nigeria Federation of American Hospitals Folding home ...

                                               

Delegation (disambiguation)

Delegation is the assignment of any responsibility or authority to another person. Delegation may also refer to: Delegation law, in contract law, the act of giving another person the responsibility of carrying out agreed performance Delegation ba ...

                                               

Titus Haterius Nepos (praefectus)

Titus Haterius Nepos was an eques who held a number of imperial Roman positions during the reigns of Trajan and Hadrian. The two most important posts were prefect of the vigiles and prefect or governor of Egypt. Nepos career is largely documented ...

                                               

Andrezinho

Andrezinho may refer to: Andrezinho footballer, born 1981, Brazilian footballer Andrezinho footballer, born 1983, Brazilian footballer Andrezinho footballer, born 1985, Brazilian footballer Andrezinho footballer, born 1975, Azerbaijan internation ...

                                               

A. I. M. Mostofa Reza Nur

A. I. M. Mostofa Reza Nur is a former Lieutenant General of Bangladesh Army and former Principal Staff Officer, head of the Armed Forces Division.

                                               

Sitara Begum

Begum was born in Koltata, West Bengal, British India in 1946. Her father, Israil Mian, was a lawyer. He graduated from the Holy Cross College, Dhaka. She completed her MBBS from Dhaka Medical College Hospital. Her brother was Major Abu Taher Moh ...

                                               

Robna Kuca Sarajka

Robna Kuca Sarajka was a large department store that opened on April 6th, 1975. It was heavily damaged during the Siege of Sarajevo from 1992 to 1995. The abandoned store was demolished in 2007. The decision to rebuild was made by owner BBI Real ...

                                               

Thaung Aye

Thaung Aye is a Burmese politician and former military officer who currently serves as a Pyithu Hluttaw MP for Pyawbwe Township.

                                               

Valley Forge (disambiguation)

Valley Forge General Hospital, a military hospital near Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, open from 1950 to 1975 Valley Forge, Missouri, a ghost town Valley Forge State Forest, a former state forest west of Valley Forge, renamed William Penn State Fore ...

                                               

4C

4C may refer to: The 4 Cs of 21st century skills education: Collaboration, Communication, Critical thinking, Creativity 4C, a grade of afro-textured hair in the Andre Walker Hair Typing System Fourth Cambridge Survey of Extra-Terrestrial Radio So ...

                                               

Los Santos Forest Reserve

Los Santos Forest Reserve, is a protected area in Costa Rica, managed under the Central Conservation Area and Pacific La Amistad Conservation Area, it was created in 1975 by decree 5389-A. This forest reserve surrounds the Los Quetzales National ...

                                               

D64

D64 may refer to: HMS Vansittart D64, a 1918 British Royal Navy Admiralty Modified W destroyer HMS Scorpion D64, a 1946 British Royal Navy Weapon-class destroyer HMS Fencer D64, a 1942 British Royal Navy anti-submarine warfare carrier SPS Langara ...

                                               

Anari (disambiguation)

Anari is a 1959 Bollywood film directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee. Anari may also refer to: Anari musician born 1970, Basque musician Anari cheese, a Cypriot cheese

                                               

Gaius Galerius

Gaius Galerius was a Roman equites who was active during the reign of Tiberius. He is best known as the prefect or governor of Egypt. Galerius came of a prominent family of Ariminum. He has been identified as the husband of the sister of Helvia, ...

                                               

V6 (disambiguation)

V.6, a withdrawn ITU-T recommendation for data signalling v6 Perl, an implementation of Perl 6 on Perl 5 V 6, one of six precordial leads in electrocardiography Dorsomedial area, Area V6 of the visual cortex Version 6 Unix, a reference to the six ...

                                               

Nashville (disambiguation)

Nashville Township, Minnesota Nashville, North Carolina Nashville, Iowa Nashville-Davidson balance, Tennessee, a U.S. Census Bureau-designated place Nashville Historic District Nashua, New Hampshire Nashville, Wisconsin, a town Nashville Center, ...

                                               

Mohammed Salisu Bamba

Mohammed Salisu Bamba is a Ghanaian politician and member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing the Ejura-Sekyedumase Constituency in the Ashanti Region on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party.

                                               

Premier Division

Scottish Football League Premier Division 1975–1998 South African Premier Division Premier Division of the North West Counties Football League, England Santiago South Premier Division Premier Division of the Oxfordshire Senior Football League, En ...

                                               

Banco

Banco may refer to: Banco, part of the nomenclature of the game known commonly as Baccarat Banko, Guinea Banco Sir Michael Rocks album Banko, Mali Banc Barcelona Metro, also called Banco, a closed metro stop on the Barcelona metro Banko ware, a t ...

                                               

Elite League

Elite League may refer to: Elite League speedway, British motorcycle speedway competition Swedish Hockey League, the highest level ice hockey league in Sweden, called Elitserien 1975–2013, known in English as the Swedish Elite League Elite Ice Ho ...

                                               

Mohammad Kashif

Mohammad or Muhammad Kashif may refer to: Mohammad Kashif Dutch cricketer, Dutch cricketer Mohammad Kashif FATA cricketer born January 1983, Pakistani cricketer for FATA Mohammad Kashif cricketer, born 1990, Pakistani cricketer for Faisalabad Moh ...

                                               

Ahmad Marzuk Shaary

Ahmad Marzuk bin Shaary is a Malaysian politician. He serves in the Cabinet of Malaysia as the Deputy Minister in the Prime Ministers Department since 2020.

                                               

Limia (disambiguation)

Limia is a genus of livebearing fishes belonging to the Cyprinodontiform family Poeciliidae. Limia may also refer to: Limia Cattle, a breed from the Province of Ourense A Baixa Limia, a comarca in the Province of Ourense, Galicia, Spain A Limia, ...

                                               

ELP

ELP Japan, an audio turntable manufacturer ELP Communications, an American television production company later merged into Columbia TriStar Television

                                               

Gondwana (disambiguation)

Gondwana was a supercontinent also known as Gondwanaland. Gondwana may also refer to: MV Gondwana, a 1975 ship that belonged to Greenpeace Gondwana-1, a submarine communications cable between Australia and New Caledonia "Gondwana", the title of o ...

                                               

Abubakar Mahmud Gumi Market

Abubakar Mahmud Gumi Market, also known as Kaduna Central Market, is the biggest marketplace located in the centre of Kaduna the capital of Kaduna State, Nigeria. It is bordered by Kaduna North to the northeast and Kaduna South to the southwest. ...

                                               

Tirill Mohn

Tirill Mohn, also known mononymously as Tirill, is a Norwegian composer, singer and violinist. She was a member of the art rock band White Willow, and has released several solo albums. Mohn is a descendant of the artists Christian Krohg and Oda K ...

                                               

Imran Ali

Imran Ali may refer to: Imran Ali cricketer, born 1994, Bangladeshi cricketer Imran Ali cricketer, born 1985, Pakistani cricketer for the Multan Tigers Imran Ali cricketer, born 1987, Pakistani cricketer for Pakistan International Airlines Imran ...

                                               

Piotrkow

Piotrkow may refer to the following places in Poland: Piotrkow County, an administrative division in Poland Piotrkow Pierwszy, a village in Gmina Jablonna in Lublin County, Lublin Voivodeship Piotrkow Voivodeship, a former administrative division ...

                                               

Bialystok (disambiguation)

Bialystok is a city in northeastern Poland. Bialystok or similar names may also refer to: Administrative divisions around the Polish city Bialystok County, current administrative division Bialystok Voivodeship, an administrative district of Polan ...

                                               

Herbie Armstrong

Herbert Armstrong is a Northern Irish guitarist, singer and songwriter. He is known for his collaborations with Kenny Young in the bands Fox and Yellow Dog, and with Van Morrison in the early 1960s and again in the 1980s.

                                               

List of Samson band members

Samson were an English heavy metal band from London. Formed in summer 1977, the group originally featured vocalist and guitarist Paul Samson, bassist Chris Aylmer and drummer Clive Burr. The group were active until the eponymous frontmans death i ...

                                               

Vyacheslav Rychkov

In 1996, Rychkov obtained his diploma B.S., M.S. from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. From 1996 to 1998 he studied at the University of Jena. He received his doctorate in mathematics from Princeton University, under the supervisio ...

                                               

4D

4D or 4-D may refer to: 4-Digits, a lottery in Malaysia and Singapore Class 4-D, a classification of the Selective Service System 4D SAS, developers of 4D and Wakanda Four-dimensional space 4D BIM, a term used in computer aided design 4D train in ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 2nd Hampden district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 2nd Hampden district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Hampden County. Democrat Brian Ashe of Longmead ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 10th Suffolk district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 10th Suffolk district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Brookline in Norfolk County and part of Boston ...

                                               

List of presidents of Reynosa Municipality

Ramon Perez Garcia, 1990-1992 Humberto Valdez Richaud, 1999-2001 Manuel Garza Gonzalez, 1972-1974 Ernesto Gomez Lira, 1978-1980 Luis Gerardo Higareda Adam, 1999-1999 Oscar Luebbert Gutierrez, 1996-1998 Romeo Flores Salinas, 1975-1977 Rodolfo Garz ...

                                               

The Sound

The Sound or Oresund, the strait between Sweden and Denmark Puget Sound, an inlet of the Pacific Ocean in the U.S. state of Washington Plymouth Sound, the inlet of the English Channel at Plymouth, England Long Island Sound, the body of water betw ...

                                               

Lebanon War

The term Lebanon War can refer to any of the following wars, fought in Lebanon: 1982 Lebanon War part of the Lebanese Civil War, also known as the First Lebanon War Mountain War Lebanon 1983–1984 part of the Lebanese Civil War War of the Camps 19 ...

                                               

Odette Barsa

Odette Barsa was an American lingerie designer, and the founder of the epnoymous label. She was born in Syria on 29 December 1901. In 1925, she married Simon Barsa 1888-1977, a Syrian-born businessman. After the 1929 stock market crash, her hsuba ...

                                               

Hsiung Feng

Hsiung Feng may refer to various missiles developed by the Chungshan Institute of Science and Technology in Taiwan: Hsiung Feng I HF-1, an anti-ship missile system developed between 1975 and 1978 Hsiung Feng III HF-3, the third in the Hsiung Feng ...

                                               

Cuckoos nest (disambiguation)

The Korean name of the South Korean television series Two Mothers 뻐꾸기 둥지 "Cuckoos Nest" CSI: NY, an episode of CSI: NY

                                               

Abigaba Cuthbert Mirembe

Abigaba Cuthbert Mirembe is a Ugandan politician and engineer. He represents Kibale County, Kamwenge District in the parliament of Uganda. He was elected on the ticket of National Resistance Movement in 2017.

                                               

Eastland v. United States Servicemens Fund

Eastland v. United States Servicemens Fund, 421 U.S. 491, was a United States Supreme Court case that defined the limits of Congresss authority to issues subpoenas. In an 8-1 decision, the court found that Congress was within its constitional pow ...

                                               

Lina Braake

Lina Braake is a 1975 West German drama film directed by Bernhard Sinkel and starring Lina Carstens, Fritz Rasp and Herbert Botticher. The films sets were designed by the art director Nicos Perakis.

                                               

M75

M74/M75 mortar, a mortar developed in the former Yugoslavia M75 APC, a United States armored personnel carrier M75 grenade launcher, a United States automatic grenade launcher M-75 rocket, locally made rockets used in Palestinian rocket attacks o ...