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2019–20 in Maldivian football

Overview of the 2019–20 season of association football in the Maldives. The season was abandoned on 15 March 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Maldives. It was declared void on 30 March 2020.

                                               

Artur Saladiak

Artur Saladiak is a Polish Muay Thai kickboxer and Lethwei fighter who competes in Glory and World Lethwei Championship. He is a former WLC Light Middleweight World Champion.

                                               

FGT

FGT may refer to: Free Gauge Train or Gauge Change Train, a Japanese project to develop a high-speed train with variable gauge axles FGT, LSE ticker symbol for Finsbury Growth & Income Trust, a British investment fund Ascari FGT, a mid-engined co ...

                                               

Bruce Cervon

Bruce Cervon was an American magician who was best known for his close-up magic, both through performance and invention. He published a series of books and helped to create a permanent record of the magic of Dai Vernon through The Vernon Chronicl ...

                                               

Queens Landing

Queens Landing is a concrete pier on the shore of Lake Michigan, just east of Lake Shore Drive in Grant Park, Chicago, Illinois, United States. It is well-known for being the site where Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh disembarke ...

                                               

1934 Georgia gubernatorial election

The 1934 Georgia gubernatorial election took place on November 6, 1934, in order to elect the Governor of Georgia. Incumbent Democrat Governor Eugene Talmadge was re-elected to a second term. was common at the time, the Democratic candidate ran u ...

                                               

1928 Tennessee gubernatorial election

The 1928 Tennessee gubernatorial election was held on November 6, 1928. Incumbent Democrat Henry Hollis Horton defeated Republican nominee Raleigh Hopkins with 61.06% of the vote.

                                               

1936 Georgia gubernatorial election

The 1936 Georgia gubernatorial election took place on November 3, 1936, in order to elect the Governor of Georgia. Incumbent Democrat Governor Eugene Talmadge was term-limited, and ineligible to run for a third term. Talmadge instead ran for the ...

                                               

1938 Georgia gubernatorial election

The 1938 Georgia gubernatorial election took place on November 8, 1938, in order to elect the Governor of Georgia. Incumbent Democrat Governor Eurith D. Rivers was re-elected to a second term. was common at the time, the Democratic candidate ran ...

                                               

1926 New Hampshire gubernatorial election

The 1926 New Hampshire gubernatorial election was held on November 2, 1926. Republican nominee Huntley N. Spaulding defeated Democratic nominee Eaton D. Sargent with 59.70% of the vote.

                                               

1934 New Hampshire gubernatorial election

The 1934 New Hampshire gubernatorial election was held on November 6, 1934. Republican nominee Styles Bridges defeated Democratic nominee John L. Sullivan with 50.55% of the vote.

                                               

1898 Colorado gubernatorial election

The 1898 Colorado gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1898. Democratic nominee Charles S. Thomas defeated Republican nominee Henry R. Wolcott with 62.89% of the vote.

                                               

1932 Georgia gubernatorial election

The 1932 Georgia gubernatorial election took place on November 8, 1932, in order to elect the Governor of Georgia. Incumbent Democrat Governor Richard Russell Jr. did not run for re-election to a second term, but instead ran for the U.S. Senate. ...

                                               

1895 Kentucky gubernatorial election

The 1895 Kentucky gubernatorial election was held on November 5, 1895. Republican nominee William OConnell Bradley defeated Democratic nominee Parker Watkins Hardin with 48.29% of the vote.

                                               

1924 Connecticut gubernatorial election

The 1924 Connecticut gubernatorial election was held on November 4, 1924. Republican nominee Hiram Bingham III defeated Democratic nominee Charles G. Morris with 66.18% of the vote.

                                               

1920 Connecticut gubernatorial election

The 1920 Connecticut gubernatorial election was held on November 2, 1920. Republican nominee Everett J. Lake defeated Democratic nominee Rollin U. Tyler with 63.04% of the vote.

                                               

1932 New Hampshire gubernatorial election

The 1932 New Hampshire gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1932. Incumbent Republican John Gilbert Winant defeated Democratic nominee Henri Ledoux with 54.20% of the vote.

                                               

1887 Kentucky gubernatorial election

The 1887 Kentucky gubernatorial election was held on August 1, 1887. Democratic nominee Simon Bolivar Buckner defeated Republican nominee William OConnell Bradley with 50.70% of the vote.

                                               

1956 Indiana gubernatorial election

The 1956 Indiana gubernatorial election was held on November 6, 1956. Republican nominee Harold W. Handley defeated Democratic nominee Ralph Tucker with 55.61% of the vote.

                                               

1952 Indiana gubernatorial election

The 1952 Indiana gubernatorial election was held on November 4, 1952. Republican nominee George N. Craig defeated Democratic nominee John A. Watkins with 55.68% of the vote.

                                               

Dixie Chicks controversy

In March 2003, at a concert in London, Natalie Maines of the American country band the Chicks, then known as the Dixie Chicks, made a statement criticizing President George W. Bush and the upcoming Allied invasion of Iraq. The criticism led to ba ...

                                               

Greenville Eight

The Greenville Eight was a group of eight African American college students that successfully protested the segregated library system in Greenville, South Carolina in 1960. Among the eight was Jesse Jackson, a college freshman. As a result of the ...

                                               

George Floyd protests in Arkansas

This is a list of George Floyd protests in Arkansas, United States. As of June 2020, protests have occurred in twelve various communities in the state.

                                               

Wendat

Wendat is an alternate spelling of Wyandot and Wyandotte, and alternate name for Huron. Wendat may refer to: Wyandot religion Wendat language, the language of these peoples Wyandot people, the Wendat-Huron peoples

                                               

Huron-Wendat

Huron-Wendat may refer to: Mantle Site, Wendat Huron Ancestral Village, the largest and most complex Wendat-Huron village to be excavated in the Lower Great Lakes Aurora Site, Wendat Huron Ancestral Village, also known as the "Old Fort," "Old Ind ...

                                               

Brownstown

Brownstown can refer to some places: in the United States Brownstown, Indiana Brownstown, Crawford County, Indiana Brownstown, Wyandot County, Ohio Brownstown, Arkansas Brownstown, Brown County, Ohio Brownstown, Cabell County, West Virginia Brown ...

                                               

Best Fake Friends

Best Fake Friends is a 2016 American drama film directed by Paul Kampf and starring Lauren Bowles, Max Ryan, Victoria Smurfit, Suleka Mathew, Michelle Arthur, Kiowa Gordon and Sid Mallya.

                                               

Roy Wolper

Roy Wolper is an American scholar and writer. a full-time professor at Temple University from 1967 to 1998, and a writer of fiction, he co-founded The Scriblerian and the Kit-Cats, a review journal for English literature, and served as its editor ...

                                               

House (steamboat)

House is a steamboat term referring to the cabin structure of a steamboat. Generally the house includes every structure on steamboat buil above the first deck, which is usually called the freight deck or the engine deck.

                                               

Illinois State Redbirds mens basketball statistical leaders

The Illinois State Redbirds mens basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the Illinois State Redbirds mens basketball program in various categories, including points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks. Within those ...

                                               

Leptospermum sphaerocarpum

Leptospermum sphaerocarpum is a species of shrub that is endemic to New South Wales. It has thin, firm bark, elliptical, sharply-pointed leaves, greenish white or pink flowers and fruit that remain on the plant at maturity.

                                               

Leptospermum subglabratum

Leptospermum subglabratum is a species of open shrub that is endemic to a south-eastern New South Wales. It has thin, rough bark, egg-shaped to lance-shaped leaves with the narrower end towards the base, white flowers arranged singly on short sid ...

                                               

Zawiya of Sidi Taoudi Ben Souda

The Zawiya of Sidi Taoudi Ben Souda is a zawiya and mosque in Fes el-Bali, the old medina of Fes, Morocco. It is named after Muhammad al-Tāwdī Ibn al-Tālib Ibn Sūda al-Murrī, an 18th-century Sufi sheikh who is considered by some to be one of the ...

                                               

Eduard von Pestel

Eduard von Pestel was a Prussian generalleutnant. He is best known for his defense of Saarbrucken and Sankt Johann before and during the Battle of Saarbrucken on 2 August 1870, the first major engagement of the Franco-Prussian War. Regarded as a ...

                                               

Merville

Merville may refer to: Communes in France Merville, Nord, in the Nord departement Merville, Haute-Garonne, in the Haute-Garonne departement Merville-Franceville-Plage, in the Calvados departement Other places Merville Dairy, a former Irish milk d ...

                                               

Krasnogvardeysky

Krasnogvardeysky, Krasnogvardeyskaya, or Krasnogvardeyskoye is something named after the Red Guards. It may refer to: Krasnogvardeysky rural locality Krasnogvardeyskaya, Krasnogvardeyskoye, name of several rural localities in Russia Krasnogvardey ...

                                               

Deepdene

Deepdene may refer to: Deepdene, Victoria, Australia, a Melbourne locality once part of the suburb of Balwyn Deepdene diamond, an irradiated diamond Deepdene railway station, Melbourne Deepdene, Surrey, an area of the Surrey town of Dorking in En ...

                                               

Winterbourne

Winterbourne Orange Park, Florida, also known as the John Ferguson House

                                               

Beale (disambiguation)

Beale is a family name. Beale may also refer to: In places: Beale Street, historic street in Downtown Memphis, Tennessee Beale Township, Pennsylvania, U.S. Beale, West Virginia, an unincorporated community Beale Air Force Base, a U.S. Air Force b ...

                                               

Sharon Springer

Springer earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Geography from University of South Alabama. Springer earned a Master of Science degree in City and Regional Planning from Ohio State University. Springer earned a Master Gardener certificate from Un ...

                                               

A. nobilis

A. nobilis may refer to: Artocarpus nobilis, a plant species endemic to Sri Lanka Achillea nobilis, the noble yarrow, a flowering plant species Anthemis nobilis, the Roman Camomile, Chamomile, garden camomile, ground apple, low chamomile, English ...

                                               

Waddell

New Waddell Dam, on the Agua Fria River Waddell, Arizona Waddells Mill Pond Site, an archeological site in Florida Waddell Creek, a stream in California Waddells Station, a historic site in Oklahoma E. E. Waddell Language Academy, Charlotte, Nort ...

                                               

Murphy Lake

Alabama: Murphy Lake Lee County, Alabama Arkansas Murphy Lake White County, Arkansas Murphy Lake Clay County, Arkansas California Murphy Lake Plumas County, California Murphy Lake Sutter County, California Colorado Snowdrift Lake or Murphy Lakes ...

                                               

Riverdale Elementary School

Riverdale Elementary School may refer to: In Canada: Riverdale Elementary School British Columbia - Surrey, British Columbia In the United States: Riverdale Elementary School Wisconsin - Muscoda, Wisconsin Riverdale Elementary School Florida - Or ...

                                               

St. Pauls Protestant Episcopal Church

St. Pauls Protestant Episcopal Church may refer to: in the United States by state St. Pauls by-the-sea Protestant Episcopal Church, Ocean City, Worcester County, Maryland, listed on the NRHP in Maryland St. Pauls Protestant Episcopal Church Balti ...

                                               

Creswell

Creswell Bay, Qikiqtaaluk Region, Nunavut, Canada Creswell Gardens, Adelaide, Australia

                                               

Parkview Historic District

Parkview Historic District may refer to: Parkview Historic District University City, Missouri, listed on the NRHP in Missouri Delmar Loop–Parkview Gardens Historic District, University City, Missouri, listed on the NRHP in Missouri Parkview Histo ...

                                               

Spring Garden Elementary School

Spring Garden Elementary School may refer to: Spring Garden School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Spring Garden Elementary School, Spring Garden School District 178, Mount Vernon, Illinois Spring Garden Elementary School, Hurst-Euless-Bedford Indepe ...

                                               

Cushing

Cushing, Nebraska Cushing Island, Maine Cushing, Minnesota Cushing Township, Minnesota Cushing, Wisconsin Cushing, Maine Cushing, Iowa Cushing, Oklahoma Cushing, Texas

                                               

Henry Mann House

The Henry Mann House is a historic house in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It was built in 1905 by Henry Mann, who operated a market garden near Old Town with his brothers. The house cost.700 and the contractor was Wallace Hesselden, who also completed ...