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Mohammed Harzan

Mohammed Mohsen Harzan is a Saudi Arabian professional footballer who plays as an winger for Pro League club Damac.

Far Away

Far Away may refer to: "Far, Far Away", a song by Wilco from Being There "Far Away" song, a song by Slade from Slade in Flame "Far, Far Away", a song by Five Iron Frenzy from Five Iron Frenzy 2: Electric Boogaloo Far Away, a book by Tom McNeal "F ...

Cenotaph (disambiguation)

Several monuments and memorials carry the name "Cenotaph" or "The Cenotaph": The Cenotaph, Singapore The Cenotaph, Southampton, England Manchester Cenotaph The Cenotaph Hong Kong Cenotaph Montreal The Cenotaph, Cape Town, South Africa Cenotaph Re ...

Line Vedel Hansen

Vedel Hansen started playing golf at Haderslev Golfklub as a nine year old, as her parents had a house adjoining the golf course. She was girl club champion 2001, 2003 and 2004, and ladies club champion 2003, 2005 and 2006. She enjoyed a successf ...

Batticaloa (disambiguation)

Batticaloa may refer to: History of Batticaloa Batticaloa, a city in Eastern Province, Sri Lanka Batticaloa Territory, the former district and the ancient territory at Eastern Province, Sri Lanka. Batticaloa District, a district in Eastern Provin ...

Kevin Walker

Kevin Walker Scottish footballer born 1991, Scottish football goalkeeper Geordie Walker Kevin Walker, born 1958, British rock musician Kev Walker, British comic book artist Kevin Walker Swedish footballer born 1989, Swedish football player and si ...

LTK

LTK may refer to the Little Kimble railway station, England; National Rail station code LTK Legends of the Three Kingdoms, a Chinese popular card game based on the Three Kingdoms period of China and the semi-fictional novel Romance of the Three K ...

Hopa (disambiguation)

Hopa is a city and a district in the Artvin Province of Turkey. Hopa may also refer to: HOPA or hidden object puzzle adventure, a variety of hidden object game Malus hopa, a type of Crabapple tree Housing for Older Persons Act, known as HOPA, an ...

Apti Davtaev

Davtaev made his professional debut on 30 March 2013, scoring a second-round stoppage victory via corner retirement RTD against Ivan Bogdanov at the Galich Hall in Krasnodar, Russia. After winning his first eight fights, all by stoppage, he fough ...

Annemirl Bauer

Bauer was born in Jena on 10 April 1939. She studied at the Akademie der Bildenden Kunste Dresden. She was a prolific artist, and also a vocal critic of the GDR on the issue of conscription of women and restriction of travel into West Germany. He ...

A Knife Murder on Pubei Road in Shanghai in 2018

The 2018 Pubei Road Knife Murders, also known as The 6 28 Knife Murder on Pubei Road, or Huang Yichuans Intentional Homicide, happened on June 28, 2018 in the Xuhui District of Shanghai, China. During this murder, two boys who attended the Shangh ...

Blind Faith (disambiguation)

Blind Faith book, a 1989 true crime book by Joe McGinniss Blind Faith comics, a superhero in Marvel Comics Blind Faith novel, a 2007 novel by Ben Elton

B movie (disambiguation)

B-Movie: Lust & Sound in West-Berlin 1979–1989, a 2015 film about the life of Mark Reeder Movie with a B Rating, a film rating of the National Legion of Decency Bee Movie, a 2007 computer-animated film starring Jerry Seinfeld

A Season in Hell (disambiguation)

A Season in Hell is a poetic work by Arthur Rimbaud. A Season in Hell may also refer to: Une saison en enfer album translated as A Season in Hell, a 1991 album by singer-songwriter Leo Ferre, who set the whole eponymous poetic work of Rimbaud int ...

MechWarrior (disambiguation)

MechWarrior is a series of video games set in the fictional universe of BattleTech. MechWarrior may also refer to: MechWarrior: Living Legends, a video game mod of Crysis based in the Battletech universe Other MechWarrior games MechWarrior role-p ...

Thats What They Always Say

Thats What They Always Say is a song by British singer-songwriter Chris Rea, released in 1989 as the second single from his tenth studio album The Road to Hell. It was written by Rea and produced by Rea and Jon Kelly. As the follow-up to "The Roa ...

Hooked

Hooked How I Met Your Mother, a 2010 episode of the CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother "Hooked" Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Hooked film, a 2008 Romanian film, also known as Pescuit Sportiv Hook ...

Big Lean

Lorenzo Lee-Jae Wright, better known by his stage name Big Lean, is a Canadian rapper and songwriter from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Lean began making music in 2008, two years after his friend and rapper Blits was shot dead as he felt that he shou ...

Daulatpur

Daulatpur Union, a union within Fatikchhari Upazila in Chittagong Daulatpur Thana, Khulna in Khulna district, in Khulna division Daulatpur Upazila in Manikganj district Daulatpur Upazila, Kushtia in Kushtia district, in Khulna division Daulatpur- ...

Ashraf Rabiei

Ashraf Rabiei was an Iranian guerrilla and member of the Peoples Mujahedin of Iran. In 1975, she married Ali-Akbar Nabavi-Nuri, a fellow MEK member. Nabavi-Nuri was killed in action in 1976. She married Massoud Rajavi, leader of the MEK in summer ...

C40

C40 or C-40 may refer to: C40-8W, C40-8, C40-9 and C40-9W, diesel locos produced by GE Rail From around 1989 to 2001. Caldwell 40, a spiral galaxy in the constellation Leo New Flyer C40, a high-floor transit bus C-40 Electra, a World War II trans ...

Dragon Quest (disambiguation)

There are several works with the title Dragon Quest or a similar title: Dragon Quest video game, the first game in the series, originally known as Dragon Warrior in North America Dragon Quest manga series, a Japanese manga based on the video game ...

Valentine Colasante

Colasantes mother is a ballet teacher and her father is a jazz pianist. She entered the Paris Opera Ballet School in 1998 and entered the Paris Opera Ballet in 2006, at the age of 17. Colasante was promoted to Coryphee in 2010 and sujet the follo ...

Problem child

Problem child may refer to a child who is particularly difficult to raise or educate, especially due to disruptive or antisocial behavior. Also may refer to: In film, theatre and visual art: Problem Child film, a 1990 United States comedy, with t ...

Mary McPartlan

Mary McPartlan was born in 1955 in Drumkeeran, County Leitrim. She founded folk duo Calypso in the 1970s. McPartlan was also the founder of both the Galway singers club An Riabhog and theater company Skehana. She was also the administrator of Gal ...

1990 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1990. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were two different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier.

Urchin

Urchin band, a band led by Dave Murray and Adrian Smith of Iron Maiden Urchin Dungeons & Dragons, a type of monster in the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game Urchin, an enemy in the 1990 video game Super Mario World Urchin album, a 1998 album b ...

1990–91 Pepperdine Waves mens basketball team

The 1990–91 Pepperdine Waves mens basketball team represented Pepperdine University in the 1990–91 NCAA Division I mens basketball season. The team was led by head coach Tom Asbury. The Waves played their home games at the Firestone Fieldhouse an ...

1990 NCAA Womens Golf Championship

The 1990 NCAA Womens Golf Championships were contested at the ninth annual NCAA-sanctioned golf tournament to determine the individual and team national champions of womens collegiate golf in the United States. Until 1996, the NCAA would hold jus ...

Onyeka Azike

Onyeka Azike is a Nigerian weightlifter. She competed in the 2006 Commonwealth Games and she won a silver medal in the womens 53 kg division at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia and in the 2007 All Africa Games in Algeria where ...

A Dreams a Dream

A Dreams a Dream is a 1990 song by British R&B band Soul II Soul. It was released as the second single from their second album, Vol. II: 1990 – A New Decade. It features American-born British singer Victoria Wilson-James and was a hit in Euro ...

Manzur Quader

Manzur Quader is a Bangladeshi politician, Retired Major of Bangladesh Army, Former Minister of State and the former Member of Parliament of Pabna-1 and Sirajganj-6.

Durul Huda

Durul Huda was a Bangladeshi freedom fighter and politician belonging to Jatiya Party. He was a member of the Jatiya Sangsad. He also served as the mayor of Rajshahi City Corporation.

Caliber 40

The Caliber 40 is a recreational keelboat, built predominantly of fiberglass, with teak wood trim. It has a cutter rig, with anodized aluminum spars, a bowsprit, a raked stem and reverse transom, with a swing-down swimming ladder and hand-held sh ...

Crni Vrh

Crni Vrh, Konjic, a village in Konjic municipality, Bosnia and Herzegovina Crni Vrh, Vranje, a village in Vranje municipality, Serbia Crni Vrh, Sarajevo, neighborhood in Centar, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Crni Vrh Glamoc, a village in Glamo ...

Serb Democratic Party

Serbian Democratic Party or Serb Democratic Party may refer to: Serb Democratic Party Croatia, defunct Serb nationalist party in Croatia, established in 1990 and dissolved in 1995, formerly based in Knin Serb Democratic Party Serbia, minor Serb n ...

Serbian National Council

Serbian National Council may refer to: Serbian National Defense Council, an organization in the USA Serbian National Council Croatia, modern political organization Serbian National Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina, former political organization ...

Royal threadfin

The royal threadfin is a species of ray-finned fish, a threadfin from the family Polynemidae, the threadfins. It is found in the eastern Atlantic Ocean along the western coast of Africa.

1990–91 Towson State Tigers mens basketball team

The 1990–91 Towson State Tigers mens basketball team represented Towson State University as a member of the East Coast Conference during the 1990–91 NCAA Division I mens basketball season. The team was led by eighth-year head coach Terry Truax an ...

1990 London Marathon

The 1990 London Marathon was the 10th running of the annual marathon race in London, United Kingdom, which took place on Sunday, 22 April. The elite mens race was won by home athlete Allister Hutton in a time of 2:10:10 hours and the womens race ...

Villa El Salvador station

Villa El Salvador is a Lima Metro station which serves as the southern terminus of Line 1. The adjacent station is Parque Industrial. The station was inaugurated on 28 April 1990 as part of the first section of the line between Villa El Salvador ...

Godew

Godew is a reservoir located in the Inderta woreda of the Tigray Region in Ethiopia. The earthen dam that holds the reservoir was built in 1990 by the Tigray Bureau of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

Lina Pikciūte

Lina Pikciūte is a Lithuanian basketball player for urvalsdeild club Fjolnir and the Lithuanian national team. During her career, she has won the Lithuanian Womens Basketball League five times and the Damen-Basketball-Bundesliga once. In 2013, sh ...

Cork

Cork County Parliament of Ireland constituency Cork City Parliament of Ireland constituency Cork County UK Parliament constituency Cork City UK Parliament constituency

Innisfree

Inisfree, a small uninhabited island in Lough Gill, Ireland Innisfree, Alberta, a village in Canada Innisfree Garden, a public garden in Millbrook, New York Inishfree, two islands off County Donegal Inisfree, a fictional Irish village and setting ...

LVP

LVP may refer to: Luxury vinyl plank, simulates wood flooring Lithium vanadium phosphate battery, a proposed type of lithium ion battery Laser voltage prober, tool for analysing integrated circuits Left ventricular pressure, blood pressure in the ...

Jordan Williams

Jordan Williams may refer to: Jordan Williams rugby union born 1993, Welsh rugby union player Jordan Williams Canadian football born 1994, Canadian football linebacker Jordan Williams footballer, born 1992, English footballer who plays for Rochda ...

Ben Kadhila

Major General Ben Uuyamba Kadhila, M.E.O.E. is a retired Namibian military officer whos last appointment was as Chief Joint Operations of the Namibian Defence Force. He served as the first ever Commander of the Namibian Special Forces, he retired ...

60th Infantry Division (South Korea)

The 60th Reserve Infantry Division is a military formation of the Republic of Korea Reserve Forces. The division is subordinated to the Mobilization Force Command and is headquartered in Goyang City, Gyeonggi Province. Its responsibility is the d ...

Desert Storm (disambiguation)

Desert Storm is a codename for the Gulf War, a war against Iraq by a U.S led coalition, following Iraqs invasion of Kuwait. Desert Storm may also refer to: Conflict: Desert Storm 2002 Dust storm, a meteorological phenomenon that is common in dese ...