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Commander-in-Chief of the Ground Forces (Kazakhstan)

The Commander-in-Chief of the Ground Forces is the professional head of the Kazakh Ground Forces. He/she is responsible for the administration and the operational control of the Ground Forces. The current Commander is Major General Marat Khusaino ...

                                               

Democratic Choice

Democratic Choice may refer to: Democratic Choice of Kazakhstan, a political party in Kazakhstan 2001–2005 Democratic Choice Dominican Republic, a Dominican political party formed in 2015 Democratic Choice of Russia, a Russian political party 199 ...

                                               

Colonization (disambiguation)

Colonization is the process of establishing a colony. Colonization or colonisation may also refer to: Civilization IV: Colonization, a 2008 remake of the 1994 game Colonisation biology, the process in biology by which a species spreads to new are ...

                                               

SKP

Communist Party of Finland 1994 Suomen Kommunistinen Puolue, a political party in Finland Communist Party of Finland Suomen Kommunistinen Puolue, a communist political party in Finland Communist Party of Georgia Sakartvelos Komunisturi Partia, a ...

                                               

Everlasting

Everlastings or everlasting daisies, or paper daisies, species in a group of genera in the family Asteraceae, including; Chrysocephalum Australia Rhodanthe Australia Helichrysum Syncarpha South Africa Ozothamnus Australia Antennaria North America ...

                                               

Municipality of Slovenske Konjice

The Municipality of Slovenske Konjice or ; Slovene: Obcina Slovenske Konjice) is a municipality in the traditional region of Styria in northeastern Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Slovenske Konjice. Slovenske Konjice became ...

                                               

Pedestal (disambiguation)

Pedestal, support or stand for a statue or other object Camera pedestal, a column with a steerable base used to mount a television camera Pedestal toilet for sitting, as opposed to squat toilet for squatting Pedestal desk Pedestal crater Pedestal ...

                                               

Tekstilshchik

Tekstilshchik means "the textile workers" or "the weavers". As a sports team nickname, it may refer to: FC Spartak Kostroma, formerly Tekstilshchik Kostroma FC Volga Ulyanovsk, formerly Tekstilshchik Isheyevka FC Tekstilshchik Kamyshin, a Russian ...

                                               

Austin Gunn

Austin Sopp is an professional wrestler known by his ring name Austin Gunn. He is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling.

                                               

Caleb Agada

Caleb Apochi Agada is a Nigerian-Canadian basketball player. He plays for Hapoel Beer Sheva of the Israeli Premier League and the Nigerian national basketball team.

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 2nd Bristol district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 2nd Bristol 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 Attleboro in Bristol County. Democrat Jim Hawki ...

                                               

Hamed Al-Sherif

Al-Sherif began his career at the youth team of Al-Ahli. On 13 June 2016, Al-Sherif joined side Al-Ettifaq on loan for the 2016–17 season but he did not play with them and the contract was canceled. On 22 January 2017, Al-Sherif joined side Hajer ...

                                               

Waleed Al-Shangeati

Al-Shangeati began his career at the youth team of Ohod and left the Club and joined fellow Olympic team Al-Shabab on January 30, 2013. left Al-Shabab and signed with Najran on loan for the 2016–17 season on August 4, 2016. left Al-Shabab and sig ...

                                               

Hassan Gazwani

Hassan Gazwani is a Saudi Arabian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Al-Mujazzal on loan from Al-Ettifaq.

                                               

Nikola Tasic

Nikola Tasic may refer to: Nikola Tasic footballer, born 1992, known as Nikola D. Tasic, Serbian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Serbian club Jagodina Nikola Tasic footballer, born 1990, known as Nikola T. Tasic, Serbian ass ...

                                               

Municipality of Kozje

The Municipality of Kozje is a municipality in the traditional region of Styria in northeastern Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Kozje. Kozje became a municipality in 1994.

                                               

1996–97 Singer Akai Cup

The 1997 Singer Akai Cup was held in Sharjah, UAE, between April 3-11, 1997. Three national teams took part: Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Zimbabwe. The 1997 Singer Akai Cup started with a double round-robin tournament where each team played the other ...

                                               

Temidayo Isaiah Oniosun

Temidayo Isaiah Oniosun is a Nigerian space scientist and entrepreneur. He is the founder of Space in Africa and the former Regional Coordinator for Space Generation Advisory Council for Africa.

                                               

Ali Erbas

Ali studied elementary at Yeshil Yurt Elementary School, and graduated from the Sakkari School of Imams and Preachers Secondary in 1980, and graduated from College of sharia at Marmara University in 1984. Erbas completed his master degree at the ...

                                               

1994 Williamsport, Pennsylvania double homicide

On September 2, 1994 23-year-old Gail Matthews and her daughter Tamara Berkheiser were found dead in their apartment in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. When Matthews failed to show up for work on the second co-workers attempted to call her. After the ...

                                               

Against the Wall

Against the Wall may refer to: Against the Wall: The Art of Resistance in Palestine, a book by British photojournalist William Parry "Against the Wall", an episode of All Saints series Against the Wall TV series, a 2011 American crime drama telev ...

                                               

Cobain on Cobain: Interviews and Encounters

Cobain On Cobain: Interviews And Encounters is a book by author and writer Nicholas Soulsby. It was published in February 2016, and tells the tale of the band Nirvana entirely and only through Cobains words and those of his bandmates through thei ...

                                               

TLE

The Living End, an Australian band formed in 1994 Star Trek: The Lost Era, a novel series in the Star Trek franchise The Lost Experience, a game based on the Lost television series

                                               

Chemical Union

The Chemical Union was a trade union representing workers in light industries in Finland. The union was established in 1993, when the Chemical Workers Union merged with the Rubber and Leather Workers Union. The following year, the Finnish Glass a ...

                                               

Transplantation of Human Organs and Tissues Act, 1994

The Transplantation of Human Organs and Tissues Act, 1994 is the Law enacted by the Parliament of India and introduced by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare dated 4 February 1994, which deals with the transplantation and donation of 11 hum ...

                                               

Honey bee (disambiguation)

"Honey Bee", a song by Gloria Gaynor from 1974 "Honey Bee", a song by Tom Petty from his 1994 album Wildflowers HoneyBee band, lead singer Yuria "Honey Bee", a song by Madrugada from the 2008 album Madrugada "Honey Bee", a song by Muddy Waters fr ...

                                               

ROTR

ROTR can refer to: Run-of-the-river, type of hydroelectric power generation Reign of the Rathalos, a Monster Hunter related web site Rumble on the Rock: a mixed martial arts tournament Rock on the Range: an annual music festival held in Columbus, ...

                                               

Arena station

Arena station may refer to: Coventry Arena railway station, a railway station in Coventry, England Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena/CNN Center station, a metro station in Atlanta, Georgia Amalie Arena station, a streetcar stop in Tampa, Florida Baltimore ...

                                               

Akita Port Tower Selion

The Akita City Port Tower Selion is one of the landmarks in the city of Akita, Japan. The sightseeing tower with 6.272 tempered glasses was completed in 1994. It is located in the Tsuchizaki District, Akita, Akita Prefecture, Japan. The steel tow ...

                                               

Ardor

Ardor or Ardour may refer to: Ardour album, a 2010 album by instrumental hip hop/electronica producer Teebs Ardor: The Book of the Dead Man, Vol. 2, a book of poems by Marvin Bell Ardor film, a 2002 South Korean film, also known as Milae Ardour s ...

                                               

Bedtime story (disambiguation)

Bedtime Story 1938 film, a British drama film directed by Donovan Pedelty Bedtime Story 1941 film, a 1941 comedy film Bedtime Stories film, a 2008 family fantasy comedy starring Adam Sandler Bedtime Story 1964 film, a 1964 comedy film, with a dif ...

                                               

Waters

Waters may refer to: USS Waters DD-115, a destroyer in the U.S. Navy A body of water USNS Waters T-AGS-45, a U.S. Navy Vessel Waters name, a surname Waters Corporation, an American corporation that produces products for chromatography Waters maga ...

                                               

Vignette

Vignette may refer to: Vignette literature, short, impressionistic scenes that focus on one moment or give a particular insight into a character, idea, or setting Vignette Corporation, a Texas-based commercial software company Vignette graphic de ...

                                               

1995 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group III – Zone A

Zone A of the 1995 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Group III was one of two zones in the Europe/Africa Group III of the 1995 Davis Cup. 11 teams competed across two pools in a round robin competition, with the top team in each pool advancing to Group II ...

                                               

Meander (disambiguation)

Meander, Tasmania, a rural town in Meander Valley Council, Tasmania, Australia Meander Valley Council, a rural local government area in Tasmania, Australia Meander, Mississippi, former name of Gholson, an unincorporated community in Noxubee Count ...

                                               

1995 NCAA Womens Golf Championship

The 1995 NCAA Womens Golf Championships were contested at the 14th annual NCAA-sanctioned golf tournament to determine the individual and team national champions of womens collegiate golf in the United States. This was the final year that the NCA ...

                                               

1995 Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group II

The Asia/Oceania Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1995. In the Asia/Oceania Zone there were three different tiers, called groups, in which teams compete against each other to advance to the upper tier. Winn ...

                                               

1995 Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group I

The Asia/Oceania Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1995. In the Asia/Oceania Zone there were three different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. Win ...

                                               

At Budokan

At Budokan, At the Budokan, Live at Budokan or Live at the Budokan may refer to: 1970s: Bob Dylan at Budokan, 1979 album by Bob Dylan Cheap Trick at Budokan, 1978 album by Cheap Trick Live in Budokan, 1979 live album by Pink Lady Live at the Budo ...

                                               

Samandar

Samandar may refer to: Kazim-i-Samandar, one of the Apostles of Bahaullah, and a prominent teacher of the Bahai Faith, known as Samandar Samandar city, a city in Khazaria on the western edge of the Caspian Sea, south of Atil and north of the Cauc ...

                                               

Ghan

Ghan-buri-Ghan aka Ghan, a character from J.R.R.Tolkiens The Lord of the Rings

                                               

1995 Davis Cup Americas Zone Group I

The Americas Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1995. In the Americas Zone there were three different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. Winners in ...

                                               

Not an Addict

Not an Addict is a single released by Belgian rock band Ks Choice from their second studio album, Paradise in Me. It was written by the bands core members, siblings Gert and Sam Bettens, and produced by Jean Blaute. The song was first released in ...

                                               

River frog (disambiguation)

River frog Brazil Thoropa, a genus of frogs in the family Cycloramphidae from eastern and southeastern Brazil Blyths river frog Limnonectes blythii, a frog in the family Dicroglossidae found from Myanmar through western Thailand and the Malay Pen ...

                                               

Nuna (disambiguation)

Nuna people, one of the Gurunsi peoples who live in southern Burkina Faso Piz Nuna a mountain in the Sesvenna Range of the Alps Nuna supercontinent or Columbia, one of Earths oldest supercontinents Nuna, Poland, a village in Gmina Nasielsk, Nowy ...

                                               

1995 World Cup of Golf

The 1995 World Cup of Golf took place 9–12 November at the Mission Hills Golf Club in Shenzen, Dongguan, Guandong, China. It was the 41st World Cup. The tournament was a 72-hole stroke play team event with each team consisting of two players from ...

                                               

Delagoa

Delagoa is a marine ecoregion along the eastern coast of Africa. It extends along the coast of Mozambique and South Africa from the Bazaruto Archipelago to Lake St. Lucia in South Africa in South Africas Kwazulu-Natal province. It adjoins the Big ...

                                               

Sacramento (disambiguation)

Sacramento County, California Sacramento, Kentucky Sacramento Mountains New Mexico Sacramento River, California Sacramento, Pennsylvania Sacramento Valley, California Sacramento, Nebraska

                                               

Megalocnidae

Megalocnidae is an extinct family of sloths, known from the Greater Antilles from the Early Miocene to the Mid-Holocene. They are known from Cuba, Hispaniola and Puerto Rico, but are absent from Jamaica. While they were formerly placed in the Meg ...

                                               

APK

Android PacKage APK, a file format Adenylyl-sulfate kinase Aspartokinase, especially LysC apk-tools, the software package format for Alpine Linux, postmarketOS, and Adelie Linux Amplitude and phase-shift keying