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KDM

KDM or Kdm may refer to: KDE Display Manager, a graphical login interface for Unix-like operating systems Kingdom Death: Monster, a cooperative board game created by Adam Poots KDM Shipping, a holding company based from Cyprus Knowledge Discovery ...

Maurice Perrin (bishop)

Paul-Marie-Maurice Perrin was a French prelate of the Catholic Church who worked in Tunisia, including more than a decade as Archbishop of Carthage. He oversaw the dismantling of the Churchs presence there with the end of French colonial rule in ...

Klaukkala church

Klaukkala church is a copper-plated modern church in Klaukkala of the Nurmijarvi municipality, built in 2004. The church was designed by Anssi Lassila; interior furniture and lamps were designed by interior architect Antti Paatero and liturgical ...

Paul Slud

Paul Slud was an American ornithologist and tropical ecologist, known for his 1960 monograph The Birds of Finca "La Selva," Costa Rica and his 1964 book The Birds of Costa Rica: Distribution and Ecology. Slud graduated with a bachelors degree in ...

The Death and Afterlife of Mahatma Gandhi

The Death and Afterlife of Mahatma Gandhi is a 2014 non-fiction book by Indian writer Makarand Paranjape and published by Penguin Random House. The book is based on the analysis of Assassination of Mahatma Gandhi and the situations after his assa ...

Api & Cinta

Api & Cinta is an Indonesian romantic drama television series that aired from 20 November 2019 to 12 December 2019 on ANTV. It starred Shandy William, Rosiana Dewi and Axel Matthew Thomas.

The Death Story of Sohrab

A minstrel, by name of Kamos, is in presence of Rostam. This minstrel told tales for the people as tale of Sohrab with Rostam. Rostam is in believe that the minstrel told this tale, the tale of Sohrabs death, told on the contrary of true occurenc ...

Yehuda Levin (ambassador)

Yehuda Harry Levin was the Israeli Ambassador to Denmark from 1961 until his death at age 58 from a heart attack.

Death and Rebirth

Death and Rebirth may refer to: Ego death, a loss of subjective self-identity that may be a part of religious or psychedelic experience Dying-and-rising god, a religious motif in which a god dies and is resurrected Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death ...

Jeremiah F. OConnor

Jeremiah F. OConnor was an American politician who served in the New Jersey Senate from the 13th district from 1966 to 1968. OConnor was born in Manhattan New York City, New York. He graduated from Rice High School in Manhattan. OConnor received ...

William George Morris

Colonel Sir William George Morris was a British Army officer who served with the Royal Engineers in the 19th and early 20th centuries, observing the 1882 transit of Venus and developing an expertise in geodesic surveying. He also played football ...

Wisutthithewi

Wisutthithewis name is variously romanized Visuddhidevi, Wisutthi Thewi, and Wisuthithewi. While the Chiang Mai Chronicle consistently records her name as Wisutthathewi, the Yonok Chronicle prefers Wisutthithewi. She also has a number of names ac ...

Paul Katrei

Paul Jewine Katrei was a New Caledonian chief and politician. He served as a member of the Territorial Assembly between 1957 and his death in 1967.

Henry Edser

Henry Edser was a New Zealand cricketer who played two matches of first-class cricket for Canterbury in the 1883-84 season. Edser was a bowler and useful lower-order batsman who went on Canterburys northern tour in December-January 1883-84. He di ...

Nicholas Tofowomo

Tofowomo served as the commissioner for transport during the administration of Olusegun Mimiko, he was elected as the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party on October 3, 2018 having polled 241 votes with Engr. Ademulegun p0lling 227 votes and ...

Gidim (album)

Gidim is the fifth studio album by American Bay Area deathcore band Rings of Saturn. It was released on October 25, 2019 through Nuclear Blast. The album features the return of Dingir and Lugal Ki En guitarist Joel Omans According to figures prov ...

Leopold George Wickham Legg

Leopold George Wickham Legg was an English academic historian, specializing in diplomatic history. An Oxford don from 1908 to 1948, for the Great War Legg was commissioned into the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Apart from his own research work, ...

Neil Duffy (footballer, born 1937)

Cornelius McQuade Duffy was a Scottish footballer who played as an inside left. His most prominent spell was with Partick Thistle, and he was inducted into their Hall of Fame in 2009.

Ahmad NikTalab

He was born in Hamedan. After education and living in Hamedan in the first part of his life, he went to Tehran to continue his education in Tehran University. His first articles were published in Armaghan Magazines. His first poems were published ...

Catire Bello

Catire Bello was a Venezuelan racehorse who was most famous for his participation in the Florida Derby and becoming the 4th Venezuelan Triple Crown winner.

Karl Ludwig Libay

His father, Samuel Libai, was a silversmith and goldsmith. He began with the intention of becoming a goldsmith as well; serving an apprenticeship with his father from 1892 to 1832. That year, the Goldsmiths Guild promoted him to Journeyman. Two y ...

Toronto Oratory

The Toronto Oratory is a Catholic community of priests living under the rule of life established by its founder, Philip Neri. It is housed next to the Holy Family Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Caisson

Caisson may refer to: Deep foundation, also called a caisson foundation Caisson lock gate, a gate for a dock or lock, constructed as a floating caisson Caisson western architecture, a type of coffer Caisson pen name, of Edward Sperling Caisson As ...

Dawan

Dawan, Iran, a village in Fars Province, Iran Dawan, an administrative division of Yongkang District, Taiwan Dawan District, a subdistrict of Klungkung, Bali, Indonesia Dawan, a barangay of Mati, Davao Oriental, Philippines

In This Life

In This Life may refer to: "In This Life" Collin Raye song, the title song In This Life Collin Raye album, 1992 "In This Life", a song by Chantal Kreviazuk from What If It All Means Something 2002 In This Life, a 2012 album by Chantal Kreviazuk I ...

Just Because

Just Because may refer to: Just Because, a 1976 album by the Peninsula Banjo Band "Just Because", a song by Funeral Party from The Golden Age of Knowhere Just Because!, a 2017 Japanese anime television series Just Because album, a 2014 album by T ...

Jewish Cemetery (Anklam)

The Jewish cemetery Anklam is a Jewish burial place in the Western Pomeranian Anklam in the administrative district Western Pomerania-Greifswald in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. Since 1962 it has been a memorial and is a protected historic monument.

Hyde Park Corner (disambiguation)

Hyde Park Corner may refer to: Hyde Park Corner, a landmark in London, United Kingdom Hyde Park Corner tube station Hyde Park Corner Royal Berks Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery in Belgium Hyde Park Corner shopping centre, a shopping c ...

Draugen

Draugen may refer to: Draugen, Norwegian singular of Draug, undead creatures from Norse mythology ST Draugen, a Norwegian tug sunk on July 15, 1940 Draugen video game, a 2019 video game being developed by Ragnar Tornquist and Red Thread Games Dra ...

Breathe

Breathe 2014 film, a 2014 French film Breathe, a 2011 film directed by J. Jesses Smith Breathe, a 2015 film featuring Kristof Konrad Breathe TV series Breathe 2017 film, a 2017 biographical drama film directed by Andy Serkis Breathe 2009 film, a ...

Yanaka

Yanaka may refer to: Yanaka, Tokyo 22489 Yanaka 1997 GR24 is a Main-belt Asteroid discovered in 1997 Yanaka Five-Storied Pagoda Double-Suicide Arson Case, the burning by arson in 1957 of a five-storied pagoda in the Yanaka Cemetery Yanaka Cemeter ...

Decade of Aggression Tour

The Decade of Aggression Tour was a concert tour played by the heavy metal band Slayer in support of their live album, as well as a celebration of the 10 year anniversary of Slayer. The opening band for the tour was Mind Funk. It would be the fin ...

Fog in August (novel)

Fog in August is a 2008 novel by Robert Domes. The story revolves around a 14 years old Yenish boy Ernst Lossa who was killed through euthanasia by Nazists.

Muqabil Khan

Muqabil Khan, also known as Maqbul Khan, was a wazir and sar-e-lashkar of Sylhet in 1440. He was the wazir of Sylhet in 1440 during the reign of Sultan Nasiruddin Mahmud Shah of the restored Ilyas Shahi dynasty. It is unknown when Khans office st ...

São Vicente

São Vicente Ferrer, Maranhão São Vicente Island São Paulo, Brazil, island in the São Paulo state São Vicente, Rio Grande do Norte São Vicente do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul São Vicente Ferrer, Pernambuco São Vicente de Minas, Minas Gerais São Vicente, ...

Hillside Cemetery

by state then city Hillside Cemetery Pondera County, Montana, one of Pondera Countys cemeteries Hillside Cemetery Cheshire, Connecticut Hillside Cemetery Westford, Massachusetts, NRHP-listed Hillside Cemetery North Adams, Massachusetts, NRHP-list ...

Mount Pleasant Cemetery

Mount Pleasant Cemetery may refer to: in Canada Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario in the United States Mount Pleasant Cemetery Newark, New Jersey, NRHP-listed Mount Pleasant Cemetery Bangor, Maine, Bangor, Maine Mt. Pleasant Cemetery Pine ...

Greenwood Cemetery

Greenwood Cemetery may refer to: Greenwood Cemetery Galena, Illinois Greenwood Cemetery Montgomery, Alabama Greenwood Cemetery Rockford, Illinois Greenwood Cemetery Hamilton, Ohio Greenwood Cemetery Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Greenwood Cemetery, Ne ...

Salem Cemetery

Salem Cemetery may refer to various cemeteries, all in the United States: Salem Welsh Church, Freedom, New York Salem Fields Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York Old Salem Church and Cemetery, Catonsville, Baltimore County, Maryland Revolutionary War Cem ...

Holy Sepulchre Cemetery

Holy Sepulchre Cemetery is the name of several different cemeteries in the United States. The name is inspired by the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, which is believed by many Christians to be built on the site of Jesuss tomb. This cem ...

Saint Marys Cemetery

Saint Mary Cemetery Oakland, California St. Marys Cemetery, East Orange, a cemetery in New Jersey Saint Marys Cemetery, Hackensack, a cemetery in New Jersey Saint Mary Cemetery, a cemetery in Omaha, Nebraska Saint Marys Cemetery Newton Lower Fall ...

Riverview Cemetery

Riverview Cemetery can refer to: in the United States sorted by state Riverview Cemetery Roosevelt County, Montana Riverview Cemetery Hamilton, Montana in Hamilton, Montana Riverview Cemetery Trenton, New Jersey Riverview Cemetery, Charlottesvill ...

Mount Olivet Cemetery

Mount Olivet Cemetery may refer to: In Canada: Mount Olivet Cemetery Halifax, Nova Scotia In the United States: Mt. Olivet Episcopal Church and Cemetery, Pineville, Louisiana, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP Mount Olivet C ...

Fairview Cemetery

Fairview Cemetery may refer to: in Canada Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, Nova Scotia Fairview Cemetery, Niagara Falls in the United States by state Fairview Cemetery, Confederate Section, Van Buren, Arkansas, listed on the NRHP in Arkansas Fairview ...

Pape

Pape or PAPE may refer to: Pape Avenue Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario By extension, "Pape" is Scottish slang for a Catholic but not a supporter of Celtic F.C. Pape, Missouri, a community in the United States Pape given name Pape, Montenegro, a villag ...

Lalla Masuda

Masuda al-Wizkitiya, known popularly in Morocco as Lala Auda and in Western sources as Lalla Masuda, was a Moroccan political figure in the Saadi Dynasty. She is remembered for her humanitarian, charity, political, and development work. She was t ...

Interim (disambiguation)

Interim Agreement, full name Declaration of Principles on Interim Self-Government Arrangements, commonly known as the Oslo Accords, an attempt to resolve the ongoing Israeli–Palestinian conflict Interim government, also known as provisional gover ...

Ture

Ture Zahab Ture Malmgren Ture Rangstrom Ture Rosvall Ture Sventon fictional character Ture Hedman Ture Person Ture Nerman

Apparent

Apparent may refer to: Eire Apparent, a band from Northern Ireland Apparent death, an antipredator behavior known as playing dead Apparent places, the actual coordinates of stars as seen from Earth Apparent wind, a wind experienced by a moving ob ...

Death Before Dishonor

Death Before Dishonor or Death Before Dishonour may refer to: Death Before Dishonour, the fifth studio album by the Scottish punk rock band The Exploited Death Before Dishonor, a 1989 album from Dennis Brown containing a song of the same name Dea ...