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Kogi (disambiguation)

Kogi is a state in Nigeria. Kogi may also refer to: Pi Kogi Enavot, the thirteenth and last month in the Coptic calendar Kogi Korean BBQ, a truck-based restaurant in Los Angeles. Kogi Kaishakunin, the name for the position of the shōgun s executi ...

Rind

Millrind, a support component for millstones Rind, Armenia, also Rrind Rind giantess, a giantess in Norse mythology Rind et al. controversy, about a study on child sexual abuse by lead author Bruce Rind Rind Baloch tribe, a tribe in Pakistan RIND ...

Barood

Barood may refer to: Barood 2004 film, a Bengali-language Indian film starring Mithun Chakraborty, Usha Sree, Lokesh and Rajatava Dutt Barood 1976 film, a film by Pramod Chakravorty starring Rishi Kapoor and Reena Roy Barood restaurant, a bar-res ...

Sobat

Sobat may refer to: 2009 Sobat River ambush, Jikany Nuer tribesmen vs. the Sudanese Peoples Liberation Army SPLA, escorting a United Nations UN aid convoy Synchronized On-Board Audio Track SOBAT, an audio playback technology used in Walt Disney P ...

Cream cake

A cream cake is a generic description of many varieties of cream-filled pastries. More specifically cream cake may refer to: The mille-feuille, a cream filled French puff-pastry slice, also called vanilla slice, custard slice, and Napoleon, The V ...

Reserve

Reserve, Kansas, a US city Reserve, New Mexico, a US village Reserve, Wisconsin, a census-designated place in the town of Couderay Reserve, Louisiana, a census-designated place in St. John the Baptist Parish Reserve Mines, a community in Cape Bre ...

Lipka

Lipka, Zlotow County, seat of Gmina Lipka Lipka, Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Lipka, Lublin Voivodeship east Poland Gmina Lipka, an administrative district) in Zlotow County, Greater Poland Voivodeship west-central Poland Lipka, West ...

Stargard (disambiguation)

Starogard, Starogrod, or Stargard means old fort or old city in Polish, Polabian and Pomeranian languages, and gard is Old Slavic, Old Germanic, Old Baltic, and Old Finnic for castle or fortification. Places with those names include: in Poland St ...

Whiting

Whiting is the name of powdered and washed white chalk calcium carbonate, used in metal polish, putty, and whitewash, and sometimes added to paint to improve the paints opacity

Coral (disambiguation)

Coral is a type of marine animal. Coral may also refer to: Coral color, several colors similar to that of the gem Coral name, a given name Precious coral, a red or pink gem made from the skeleton of a coral species Coral snake, a type of a venomo ...

Engracia

Engracia or Engracia may refer to: Santa Engracia Lisbon, Portuguese parish freguesia in the municipality of Lisbon Santa Engracia del Jubera, village in the province and autonomous community of La Rioja, Spain Church of Santa Engracia, 17th cent ...

Tunes

Tunes see, a suppressed Latin Catholic titular bishopric Tunes, Tunisia, now Tunis, eponymous capital city of Tunisia Tunes Silves, a parish in Portugal Tunes, Norway, a village in Norway

Minimax (disambiguation)

The Min-max theorem, a characterization of eigenvalues of compact Hermitian operators on Hilbert spaces The Courant minimax principle, a characterization of the eigenvalues of a real symmetric matrix Minimax approximation algorithm, algorithms to ...

Zyro

Zyro is a privately held software company, providing website building and artificial intelligence solutions to consumers. It was launched in 2019 and is headquartered in Kaunas, with an office in Vilnius. It allows users to drag-and-drop website ...

Gurkha (disambiguation)

Indian Gorkha, the Nepali-speaking people of India Nepali people, citizens of Nepal also known as Gurkha and Gorkhali Burmese Gurkha, the Nepali-speaking people of Burma

The Garden

The Gardens, a zone in the locality of St. Julians, Malta Garden at Buckingham Palace, often referred to as The Garden The Gardens, Auckland, a suburb of Manukau City, New Zealand Boston Garden, the former and more famous home of the Celtics and ...

Grendel (disambiguation)

Grendel is the antagonist in the Anglo-Saxon epic poem Beowulf. Grendel or Grendal may also refer to: In literature: Grendels, a predatory alien species in the science-fiction novels The Legacy of Heorot and Beowulfs Children Grendel novel, a nov ...

Wonderfontein

Wonderfontein was a settlement of Dutch emigrants who came to South Africa after the First World War. Most of the Dutch settlers who settled in South Africa at that time found refuge in the countrys rapidly developing industry. An exception was t ...

Palmetto

Several small palms in the Arecaceae palm tree family: Sonoran palmetto, Sabal uresana Hispaniola palmetto, Sabal domingensis Cabbage palmetto, Sabal palmetto in the genus Sabal Bermuda palmetto, Sabal bermudana Yucatan palmetto, Sabal gretheriae ...

PVM (disambiguation)

PVM can refer to: Player versus monsters, also known as player versus environment in computer games Parallel Virtual Machine, a software tool for parallel networking of computers Paged Virtual Memory, a memory addressing scheme that allows non-co ...

Tejas

Tejas may refer to: Tejas, a Spanish name derived from the Caddo taysha, from which Texas is derived. In an ethnological context, Tejas may also refer to: A Native American tribe of the Hasinai confederation of North America present day Texas

Divinity (disambiguation)

Divinity refers to the property or state of being a deity or godlike entity. Divinity may also refer to: Divinity: Dragon Commander 2013 Divine Divinity 2002 Divinity: Original Sin 2014 Divinity, a video game series of role-playing games from Lar ...

Honeycomb (disambiguation)

"Honeycomb" song, a song written by Bob Merrill and popularized by Jimmie Rodgers "Honeycomb" / "Gotham", a single by Animal Collective The Honeycombs, an English 1960s pop-group Honeycomb album, an album by Frank Black

Brief

Papal brief, a papal letter less formal than a bull, sealed with the popes signet ring or stamped with the device borne on this ring Design brief, a type of educational or business document including desires and requirements A Briefing note A let ...

Cinnamon (disambiguation)

Cinnamomum cassia, Chinese cinnamon Cinnamomum, a genus of plants, from some of which cinnamon is produced, including Cinnamomum burmannii, Indonesian cinnamon Cinnamomum loureiroi, Saigon- or Vietnamese cinnamon Cinnamomum verum, Sri Lanka- or C ...

Laura Fitinghoff

Laura Mathilde Fitinghoff born Laura Mathilda Bernhardina Runsten was a Swedish writer, after she was estranged from her husband. She was known for her childrens books; particularly The Children from Frostmofjallet, which became a 1945 film.

Queen Victoria (disambiguation)

Queen Victoria was Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 1837 to 1901 and Empress of India from 1876 to 1901. Queen Victoria may also refer to:

Copia

Copia may refer to: COPIA, a metal band from Melbourne, Australia Copia Vineyards and Winery, a premium winery in Paso Robles, California Copia: The American Center for Wine, Food & the Arts, the former museum in Napa, California Cardinal Copia, ...

Saint Helena (disambiguation)

Saint Helena of Constantinople, Roman empress and the mother of Emperor Constantine I the Great Saint Helena of Skovde, Swedish twelfth-century saint Saint Helena of Serbia, medieval Queen of Serbia, died in 1314

Mezieres

Rob De Mezieres, South African writer and director Nicolas Le Camus de Mezieres 1721–1789, French architect and theoretician Alfred Jean François Mezieres 1826–1915, French journalist, politician and historian of literature Philippe de Mezieres 1 ...

Marc Chardonnens

After studying agricultural science at ETH Zurich, Chardonnens completed a masters degree in public administration at the University of Lausanne. He worked at the Federal Office for Environmental Protection from 1987 to 2004, then at the Federal ...

Thomas Sussli

Thomas Sussli is a Swiss Lieutenant General. He served as the Chief of the Armed Forces beginning on 1 January 2020, succeeding Philippe Rebord. Sussli worked in the private sector in the banking and IT realms before becoming a full-time officer ...

Agnus Dei

Agnus Dei is the Latin name under which the "Lamb of God" is honored within the Roman Catholic Mass and, by extension, other Christian liturgies descending from the Latin tradition. It is the name given to a specific prayer that occurs in these l ...

Southern Highlands

Southern Highlands may refer to: Southern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea Southern Highlands, Tanzania, Africa, a region of rich biodiversity in south-western Tanzania Southern Highlands, Nevada, an affluent community in the Las Vegas Valley ...

La Justice (Tunisian newspaper)

La Justice is a Tunisian francophonic Jewish newspaper that was founded in 1909 by Mardochee Smaja. The main goal behind this journal was the advocacy for political and juridic emancipation of the Jewish community in Tunisia and to its right to t ...

Eeron Bagany

Eeron Bagany, Iron Bagan, or Iron Bagany is an Ossetian beer festival which takes place annually in Northern and Southern Ossetia in autumn. The festival lasts a day and can be regarded as a kind of Oktoberfest.

IBU

Ibu-Tab and Ibu-Vivimed, Ibuprofen brand names IBU, Par Pharmaceutical brand name for ibuprofen International Broadcasting Union, an alliance of European radio broadcasters Inshore Boat Unit, a Naval Coastal Warfare unit of the United States Navy ...

Forbidden fruit (disambiguation)

Forbidden Fruit liqueur, a liqueur, with pomelo as one of the ingredients An internet meme for the consumption of Tide Pods Forbidden Fruit beer, a beer brewed by Hoegaarden Brewery in Flanders

Ismet Saz

Ismet Saz is a Turkish chef who currently owns the prestigious Toi, The Steeve and Bronco restaurants in Istanbul. His signature recipes and restaurants as well as several jury positions at TV programs.

Clink

Clink may refer to: The Clink, a historic prison in Southwark, England A nickname for CenturyLink Field, in Seattle, Washington C-Link, the closing track of Sir Paul McCartneys 2018 album Egypt Station Clink is the English name for the Turkish de ...

Kiev (disambiguation)

Principality of Kiev, successor of the Kievan Rus state Kiev Peninsula, a peninsula in the Antarctic Kiev Oblast, an administrative region of Ukraine Kiev-Sviatoshyn Raion, an administrative district of Kiev Oblast, Ukraine Kyivskyi District, Don ...

Zuni (disambiguation)

The Zuni are a Puebloan people of the Southwestern United States. Zuni ethnobotany Zuni music Zuni language Zuni mythology Zuni may also refer to: USS Zuni ATF-95, a United States Navy warship named after the Zuni people Applebay Zuni, glider Zun ...

Big Cheese Festival

The Big Cheese Festival is a festival dedicated to Caerphilly cheese and events are organised around this theme. The festival is notable for being a major event in the town of Caerphilly, attracting up to 80.000 visitors over three days. The even ...

Caernarfon Food Festival

The festival is notable for being a major event in the town of Caernarfon and has attracted up to 44.000 visitors and 150 stalls in 2019. Entry to the festival is free. The festival takes place in the towns streets and other areas, including The ...

Dry

Dry or dryness usually refers to: Dry humor, deadpan Dry direct sound without reverberation Dryness taste, the lack of sugar in a drink, especially an alcoholic one Dry, prohibiting, not serving, or not imbibing alcoholic beverages a lack of liqu ...

Sky Glabush

Sky Glabush is a Canadian artist based in London, Ontario. He has created works in a number of media, but is best known as a painter. He is an associate professor of visual art at the University of Western Ontario. His work is held at the Nationa ...

Dari (disambiguation)

Dari Alexander born 1969, American TV news anchor Achraf Dari born 1999, a Moroccan footballer Dari Nowkhah born 1976, American TV sports anchor Dari Taylor born 1944, British politician

Kanita

Kanita Suma was born on 26 July 2001 into an Albanian family in the city of Skopje, then the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, present North Macedonia. At age eleven, Kanita rose to prominence as she auditioned for the second series of X Fac ...

Prekali

Prekali was an Albanian tribe of the Middle Ages. Their origin was probably in the Dukagjin highlands of northern Albania. Since the 16th century, the Prekali tribe gradually became part of other communities in that region.

Ana Paula

Ana Paula may refer to: Ana Paula Campos born 1994, Brazilian badminton player Ana Paula Hofling, American dance researcher Ana Paula Araujo newscaster born 1972, Brazilian newscaster and journalist Ana Paula de la Peña born 1988, Mexican tennis ...