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Mladen Sarcevic

Mladen Sarcevic is a Serbian politician. He has served as the Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development in the Government of Serbia from 11 August 2016.

Mauritius (disambiguation)

Mauritius is an island nation in the Indian Ocean, but may also refer to: Mauritius 1618 ship, a Dutch wooden-hulled sailing ship Mauritius 1968–1992, the predecessor to the modern-day Mauritius Mauritius play, a 2007 Broadway play The Roman Empe ...

Jedwan

Mokhtar Jedwan, also written Jedwane, or Jedouan was a Moroccan singer, who stopped his singing career in 2008 and became an Islamic preacher and a Quran reader.

Elena Celledoni

Elena Celledoni is an Italian mathematician who works in Norway as a professor of mathematical sciences at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Her research involves the numerical analysis of numerical algorithms for partial differ ...

Habib Bank

Habib Bank may refer to: Habib Bank Limited cricket team HBL Pakistan, the oldest commercial bank in Pakistan, founded as "Habib Bank Limited" in 1941 Habib Bank Plaza, headquarters of HBL Pakistan Habib Metropolitan Bank, Pakistani subsidiary fo ...

Peter Baumgartner (cinematographer)

Peter Baumgartner is a retired Swiss cinematographer. He worked frequently with the producer-director Erwin C. Dietrich during his career. He was the nephew of the composer Walter Baumgartner.

Flight 191

Flight Number 191 may refer to one of several flights which resulted in incidents or accidents either fatal or non-fatal: Aeroflot Flight 191 1963, crashed on final approach to Ashgabat International Airport, killing 12 people. Comair Flight 5191 ...

Tuiaana T. Letuli

Tuiaana T. Letuli was an American Samoan chief and politician. He served as a member of the House of Representatives between 1952 and 1957, and then as Chief of Police from 1957 until his death in 1967.

Leaeno Reed

Leaeno T. W. Reed was an American Samoan chief and politician. He served as a member of both the House of Representatives and the Senate, as well as becoming President of the Senate.

Corax

Corax, central character in The Gospel of Corax, 1996 Paul Park novel Corvus Corax, Primarch of the Raven Guard Legion in the universe of Warhammer 40.000

Thelma Camacho

Thelma Camacho Ivie is an American opera and rock and roll singer known for her membership in the groups the New Christy Minstrels and the First Edition. At a teenager in San Diego, California, Camacho was Miss Teen San Diego and sang in Starligh ...

Birger Folke

In 1954 Folke participated in the Wimbledon Junior Championships. From 1954, up to the end of the 1960s he competed internationally and won two tournaments in his career. In July 1963 he won the New York State Clay Courts tournament held in Long ...

Black Power (disambiguation)

Black Power is a political slogan and a name for various associated ideologies aimed at achieving self-determination for people of African descent. Black Power may also refer to: Black Power New Zealand gang, a prominent gang in New Zealand The B ...

University of Health Sciences

University of Health Services may refer to: National University of Health Sciences Kalpana Chawla University of Health Sciences Hyogo University of Health Sciences Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences University of Health Sciences Antigua Dow Un ...

Intersection (disambiguation)

Intersection or intersect may refer to: Intersection set theory, the set of elements common to some collection of sets Intersection Euclidean geometry Intersection theory Intersection in mathematics, including Intersection road, a place where two ...

First edition (disambiguation)

The First Edition band, a country music/rock band, later known as "Kenny Rogers and the First Edition" First Edition George Shearing and Jim Hall album, 1981 The First Edition album, 1967 debut album First Edition Dei Hamo album, 2005 First Editi ...

BKD (disambiguation)

BKD may refer to Stephens County Airport in Breckenridge, Texas IATA code BKD BKD tree, a tree data structure for subdividing a k-dimensional search space in computer science Bankard, one of the largest credit card issuers in the Philippines stoc ...

Triple play (disambiguation)

A triple play is a baseball play in which three outs are made as a result of continuous action without any intervening errors or pitches between outs. Triple play may also refer to: Triple Play FIRST, a game for the 2005 FIRST Robotics competitio ...

Zilch

Zilch means "nothing" or "zero". Zilch may also refer to: Zilch: The Power of Zero in Business, a book by Nancy Lublin Zilch electromagnetism, a group of conserved quantities of the electromagnetic field Zilch game, an alternative name for the di ...

Codebreaker (disambiguation)

A codebreaker is a person who performs cryptanalysis. Codebreaker or Code breaker may also refer to: Code Breaker, a video game cheat device Code Breakers film, a 2005 American TV film about West Point Codebreaker or double knee facebreaker, a wr ...

Project Zero (disambiguation)

Project Zero is the name of a team of security analysts employed by Google to find zero-day exploits. Project Zero may also refer to: Fatal Frame video game, the first video game in the series known as Project Zero in Europe Fatal Frame, the vide ...

Fido

Fairfield Industrial Dog Object, or Fido, a sculpture in Fairfield, Victoria, Australia

210th Aviation Regiment (United States)

Vietnam: Sanctuary Counteroffensive Consolidation I Summer-Fall 1969 Tet Counteroffensive Winter-Spring 1970 Counteroffensive, Phase IV Counteroffensive, Phase III Counteroffensive, Phase VII Counteroffensive, Phase VI Tet 69/Counteroffensive Cou ...

Jurgen Kesting

Born in Duisburg, Kesting studied German and English culture as well as philosophy in Cologne and Vienna from 1960 to 1967. After four years as press officer of Electrola 1969-1971 and the Munich Eurodisc 1971-1973, he worked as editor, departmen ...

Electric chair (disambiguation)

Electric chair is a chair that a condemned prisoner is strapped in and electrocuted. Electric chair may also refer to: Electric chair lift, meaning an electric-powered stairlift Big Electric Chair, a 1967 series of paintings by pop artist Andy Wa ...

Flower power (disambiguation)

"Flower Power", an episode of the sitcom The King of Queens "Flower Power", an episode of The Backyardigans "Flower Power", a live-action episode of The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!

Dianne Kornberg

Kornberg was born in Chicago. She received a BFA degree in painting in 1967 and a Master of Fine Arts in painting in 1970, both from Indiana University.

Heavy breath

Heavy breath may refer to: Breathing heavily deep/fast/hard Heavy breath play, an erotic fetish "Heavy Breath", a song from the 2009 indie rock album Curse Your Branches by David Bazan A symptom possibly indicating the presence of a disease or ab ...

Keep On Keeping On

"Keep On Keeping On", by Len Chandler 1964, from the album The Lovin People 1967 - cited in speech by Martin Luther King Jr. "Keep on Keepin On", by JoJo from JoJo, 2004 "Keep On Keeping On", by Tone Damli from Bliss, 2005 "Keep On Keeping On", b ...

Mandankuli

Mandankuli is a village and a gram panchayat in the Raipur CD block in the Khatra subdivision of the Bankura district in the state of West Bengal, India.

A Literature Lesson

The film tells about a teacher who does not like his work. He understands that something needs to be changed and from now he decides to speak only the truth. This leads to conflicts at school and in personal life.

David Rolfe (Singer)

David Kos "Music Man" Rolfe is an American singer from New York City who has written and performed 5 English songs for the Pokemon anime. Rolfe is currently working at advertising agency BBDO and is still continues to make music as of 2017.

Hawaii Five-O (instrumental)

Hawaii Five-O is an instrumental composed by Morton Stevens as the theme music for the television series of the same name, which aired from 1968 to 1980. It is considered by many to be one of the best television themes of all time. The theme was ...

Meana Point

Meana Point is the ice covered west entrance point of Quesada Cove on the north coast of Nelson Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. It is formed as a result of the retreat of Nelson Islands ice cap in the last decade of 20th century ...

Cariz Point

Cariz Point is the rocky north extremity of Nelson Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. It forms the east entrance point of Quesada Cove and is located at 62°13′57″S 59°03′00″W, which is 2.5 km northeast of Meana Point, 3.7 km west-n ...

Discoduratere Nunatak

Discoduratere Nunatak is the rocky hill extending 180 m in southeast–northwest direction and 150 m wide, rising to 76 m at Quesada Cove on the north coast of Nelson Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. The feature is named after the ...

1968–69 Tehran five-sided Tournament (1969 Asian Club Championship Qualification)

With the formation of the Asian Club Football Championship, a selection of games was held to determine Irans representative in this competition. Five Tehran teams, Taj, Oghab, Persepolis, Pas and Shahrbani, competed periodically, and in the end, ...

New Zealand Volleyball League

The New Zealand Volleyball League is the major national volleyball competition for men in New Zealand, established in 1968. It is organized by New Zealand Volleyball Federation.

Chris Murphy (disambiguation)

Chris Murphy is a United States Senator from Connecticut. Chris Murphy may also refer to: Chris Murphy British musician, member of the British ska band Spunge Chris Murphy Canadian musician born 1968, member of the band Sloan Chris Murphy hurler ...

686 (disambiguation)

686 may refer to: Kosmos 686, a Soviet satellite launched in 1974 +686, the country calling code for telephone numbers in Kiribati i686, the P6 sixth-generation Intel x86 microarchitecture, implemented in the Pentium Pro microprocessor 1995 686, ...

Kilkenny (disambiguation)

Kilkenny, New Hampshire Kilkenny, Minnesota Kilkenny Township, Le Sueur County, Minnesota

MK285

The MK285 is an airburst grenade that can be fired from certain 40 mm belt-fed automatic grenade launchers. The grenade was designed for the Mk 47 grenade launcher. The Mk 47 is a candidate for replacing the Mark 19 grenade launcher, first fielde ...

Motel (disambiguation)

Motel Schilde, of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany, tributary of the Schilde Motal, also called Motol or Motele, a township in Belarus Saint-Georges-Motel, a commune in the Eure department of France Motel Warnow, of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany ...

Patrick Evenepoel

Patrick Evenepoel is a retired Belgian racing cyclist. In 1993 he rode his only Grand Tour the Vuelta a España where he finished 113th. He is the father of Belgian cyclist Remco Evenepoel.

A54

A54 may refer to: Fiat A.54, a seven-cylinder, air-cooled radial engine developed in Italy in the 1930s as a powerplant for aircraft INS Amba A54, a 1968 Indian Navy submarine tender ship A54 road England, a road connecting Chester and Buxton A-5 ...

I Miss You

"I Miss You" Beyonce song, 2011 "I Miss You" Darren Hayes song, 2002 "I Miss You", by Mamamoo from Melting "I Miss You" Aaron Hall song, 1994 "I Miss You" Basshunter song, 2008 "I Miss You", by Incubus from Make Yourself "I Miss You" Badfinger so ...

Kashin

Kashin town, a town in Tver Oblast, Russia Kashin, Iran, a village in Hamadan Province, Iran Kashina village, a village in Blagoevgrad Province, Bulgaria

Dagon (disambiguation)

Dagon is an ancient Semitic god. Dagon may also refer to: Dagon butterfly, a butterfly genus Dagon novel, a 1968 novel by Fred Chappell "Dagon" short story, a 1917 short story by H. P. Lovecraft Dagon film, a 2001 film based on H. P. Lovecrafts n ...

Operation Toan Thang

Operation Toan Thang may refer to: Operation Toan Thang 43-6, an ARVN operation during the Cambodian Campaign in the Fishhook area from 1 May to 30 June 1970 Operation Toan Thang 45, U.S. 1st Cavalry Division operation during the Cambodian Campai ...

Prasat Phnom Krom

Prasat Phnom Krom is an Angkorian temple located on top of Phnom Krom in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The temple was built at the end of the 9th century, during the reign of King Yasovarman and is dedicated to Shiva, Vishnu and Brahma. Oriented toward th ...