Venk-Wolf, Ragin

Ragin Wenck-Wolf (norv. Ragin Wenk-Wolff (born 1958) is a Norwegian violinist.

Ovchinnikov, Alexey Yuryevich

Alexey Ovchinnikov (August 21, 1974 (1974-08-21), Kovrov, Vladimir region, USSR) is a Russian public figure, researcher, mountaineer, Candidate of Medical Sciences . Vice-Rector of the Russian University of Transport since March 2, 2021.

Buglaev, Vladimir Tikhonovich

Vladimir Tikhonovich Buglaev (July 18, 1932-February 20, 2020) was a Russian scientist, Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, Rector of the Bryansk Institute of Transport Engineering (Bryansk State Technical University) (1979-2002).

Volgograd region of the Volga Railway

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Blup-Blup (volcano)

Blup Blup is a volcano located on the island of the same name, part of the province of East Sepik, in Papua New Guinea. Blup Blup is a stratovolcano, 402 meters high, Located 30 kilometers north of the coast of New Guinea The volcano is composed of andesites and dacites The diameter of the crater is 800 meters At the …

Do You Like Horny Bunnies?

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Ortiz Aguirre, Nadia Carolina

Nadya Carolina Ortiz Aguirre (Spanish: Nadya Carolina Ortiz Aguirre; b. October 20, 1986, Ibage) - Colombian chess player, grandmaster (2011) among women. Champion of Colombia (2006). As a member of the national team of Colombia, she participated in six Olympic Games (2000-2010). Women's Grandmaster standards: San Cri…

Rossosh (Byalsky povyat)

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Plushykha (metro station)

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National Health Foundation of the United States

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Ametov, Dzhevdet Ramazanovich

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Penamacore (district)

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Luka (cartoon)

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Sacro Monte di Varallo

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Small Amalat (values)

Maly Amalat-toponym, may refer to:

Victoria Island (Lagos)

Victoria Island is an affluent area that includes the former island of the same name, adjacent to Lagos Island, Ikoya, and the Lekki Peninsula in the Lagos Lagoon. It is the main business and financial center of Lagos, Nigeria. Victoria Island is one of the most exclusive and expensive areas of Lagos. The city and the…

Volos (football club)

A new football club Hair (gr. Βόλος Νέος Ποδοσφαιρικός Σύλλογος) is a Greek football club from the town and port in Greece. The team plays its home matches at the Naples City Stadium, which seats 2,500 spectators . Since 2018, the club plays in the Greek Football League.

Light cruisers of the "Duguay Troin" type "

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Firsenko, Maxim Vasilyevich

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Dzholdosheva, Zhyldyzkan Aitibayevna

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Saylig (values)

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Medvedev, Sergey Leonidovich

Sergey Leonidovich Medvedev (27 April 1982 (1982-04-27), Leningrad) is a Russian rower and kayaker. Master of Sports of Russia of the international class in rowing on kayaks and canoes.

Vyrodov, Ivan Petrovich

Ivan Petrovich Vyrodov (August 23, 1926, Gaevskaya, North Caucasus Region — December 14, 2015, Krasnodar) was a Soviet and Russian chemist, Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor, Honored Scientist of Russia.

148th meridian

The 148th meridian is an imaginary line on the Earth's surface:

Aridella (values)

Aridella (lat., from Lat. aridus " dry»):

Shirinbekov, Vagif Rasim ogly

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Tevini (Ozolain parish)

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Holmer-Corell, Karl-Robert

Karl-Robert Holmer-Corell (Swedish. Carl-Robert Holmer-Kårell (born 5 January 1986 in Sweden) is a Swedish film actor, best known for playing Adam Keslowski in the TV series Eve and Adam and the film Eve and Adam — Four Birthdays and One Fiasco.

Shenandoah National Park)

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Japaridze, Gocha Iraklievich

Gocha Japaridze irakliyevich (load. გოჩა ირაკლის ძე ჯაფარიძე, July 10, 1942, Tbilisi — Nov 15, 2020) was a Georgian historian, orientalist, high school teacher, a diplomat.

Kentikyan, Susanna Levonovna

Susanna (Suzy) Levonovna Kentikyan (arm.Սյուզաննա Լևոնի Կենտիկյան, German. Susianna Kentikian, b. September 11, 1987, Yerevan) is an Armenian female boxer who plays for Germany. Winner of the WBA (2007-2012, 2013-present), WIBF (2007-2012, 2015—present), WBO (2009-2012), and GBU (2015—present) World Bantamweight boxin…

Magomedov, Hamid Huseynovich

Hamid Huseynovich Magomedov (September 24, 1955, Murego village, Sergokalinsky district, Dagestan ASSR, RSFSR, USSR)is a Soviet freestyle wrestler, winner of the USSR Championship. By nationality-Darginian.

Kolodnitsa (upper tributary of the Dniester)

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Black Sabbath: The Dio Years

Black Sabbath: The Dio Years is a compilation album by Black Sabbath, released in 2007.

Universitetskaya Street (Yaroslavl)

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Rowing at the 2004 Summer Olympics

The rowing competition at the 2004 Summer Olympics was held from 14 to 22 August.

Cruisers-helicopter carriers of the type "Andrea Doria"

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San Luis (Menorca)

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January 22 Manifesto

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Yungasocereus inquisivensis

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Zador, Desiderius Evgenievich

Desiderius (Deje) Evgenievich Zador (Weng. Zádor Dezső (November 20, 1912-September 16, 1985) was a Hungarian-born Soviet pianist, organist, conductor, composer, and teacher who worked in Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and the USSR. Together with I. Marton, he is considered the founder of the Transcarpathian school of compo…

Petrov, Vladimir V.

Vladimir Valeryevich Petrov (24 April 1979, Volkovysk, Grodno region) is a Belarusian football player, midfielder.

Manning, Patrick (rower)

Patrick Francis "Pat" Manning, Jr. (born Patrick Francis " Pat " Manning, Jr.) June 5, 1967, Poughkeepsie, New York) was an American rower who competed for the United States national rowing team from 1989-1994. Silver medalist of the Summer Olympic Games in Barcelona, winner of the silver medal of the World Championsh…

Tobacco Museum (values)

The Tobacco Museum is the name of a number of museums.

Prudiny (Smolensk region)

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Tikhon (Metropolitan of Kazan)

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Kozhakhmetov, Abay Talgatovich

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Zakirov, Zhiger Adilbekovich

Zhiger Adilbekovich Zakirov (born November 10, 1990) is a Kazakh freestyle wrestler, medalist of the Asian Championships.

Ghilaroviella valiachmedovi

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Brahe, Margareta Persdotter

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Riazantsev, Kirill Viktorovich

Kirill Viktorovich Ryazantsev is a Russian roller skater and roller skating instructor. Winner of more than 150 awards and winner of more than 60 roller sports competitions in 7 disciplines, multiple champion of Russia in speed slalom and slide, winner of the 2007 Russian Cup in speed slalom, two-time world champion (…

Kovner, Fyodor Alexandrovich

Fyodor Kovner (fr. Théodor Kovner) (February 25 / March 9, 1895 (Odessa) — June 8, 1977 (Paris)) — a Russian painter, a member of the White Movement, emigrated to France in the 20s of the XX century.

144th meridian

The 144th meridian is an imaginary line on the Earth's surface:

Ilovo (Minsk region)

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Maple (Kirov region)

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Naurbiev, Umat-Girey Kambulatovich

Umat-Giray Kambulatovich Naurbiev (1935-2007) - innovator in construction, architect.

Rowing at the 1920 Summer Olympics

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General Agreement on Trade in Services

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Jacques d'avin

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Zhaksybayev, Ular Zhumagaliuly

Ular Zhumagaliuly Zhaksybayev (kaz. Ular Zhumagaliuly Zhaksybayev (born October 20, 1994 in Shymkent, South Kazakhstan region, Kazakhstan) is a Kazakhstani football player and defender.

Ratzenberger, Edmund Theodor

Edmund Theodor Ratzenberger (14 April 1840 (1840-04-14), Grosbreitenbach — 8 March 1879, Wiesbaden) was a German pianist. In the mid-1850s, he studied with Franz Liszt, worked in Weimar, Wiesbaden, was a court pianist in the principality of Schwarzburg-Sondershausen (where among his students was Hugo Riemann), taught …

Bucharest 1951 (chess tournament)

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