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Movement Against Tyranny

The Movement Against Tyranny, or MAT, is a Philippine movement that seeks to protest alleged acts of tyranny by the administration of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte. It was launched on August 28, 2017, at the Maryhill School of Theology in ...

Celestino Fernandez-Villar

Fernandez-Villar was born in Asturias, Spain on April 2, 1838. He studied as a seminarian in Oviedo. In 1855 he began his monastic training as an Augustinian novitiate in Valladolid. From 1859 to 1877 he served the convent associated with the Bas ...

Saint Nicolas

Saint-Nicolas-Courbefy, a former commune of the Aisne departement, now a part of Bussiere-Galant Saint-Nicolas-pres-Granville, a former commune in the Manche departement, now part of Granville Saint-Nicolas-en-Forêt, a former commune of the Mosel ...

Canneto

Canneto Perugia, in the municipality of Perugia, Umbria Canneto Caronia, in the municipality of Caronia ME, Sicily, famous for the Canneto fires Canneto Postiglione, in the municipality of Postiglione SA, Campania Canneto Sabino, in the municipal ...

Montoro (disambiguation)

Montoro, a Spanish municipality in the Province of Cordoba, Andalusia Montoro Superiore, a former Italian municipality in the Province of Avellino, Campania Montoro, Campania, an Italian municipality in the Province of Avellino, Campania Montoro ...

Qender

Qender may refer to the following places in Albania: Qender Dukas, a village in the Mallakaster municipality Qender Piskove, a village in the Permet municipality Qender Tomin, a village in the Diber municipality Qender, Malesi e Madhe, an adminis ...

Sticky

Sticky note, a generic term for a Post-it note or competitor Adhesion, the tendency of dissimilar particles or surfaces to cling to one another Sticky mat, an adhesive mat used in cleanrooms to lessen contamination from footwear

Saint-Mard

Saint-Mard-sur-Auve, a commune in the department of Marne Saint-Mard, Charente-Maritime, a commune in the department of Charente-Maritime Saint-Mard, Somme, a commune in the department of Somme Saint-Mard-de-Reno, a commune in the department of O ...

Nurul Akmal

Nurul Akmal is an Indonesian weightlifter. In 2017, she won the silver medal in the womens +90 kg event at the 2017 Islamic Solidarity Games held in Baku, Azerbaijan. In 2017, she finished in 6th place in the womens +90 kg event at the 2017 Summe ...

Jean Combasteil

Jean Combasteil is a French politician and Information inspector. He is member of the French Communist Party and served as Mayor of Tulle from 25 March 1977 to 25 June 1995. He was a candidate for his own succession during the municipal elections ...

Anke Van Gestel

Anke Van Gestel is a Belgian kickboxer, who has been professionally competing since 2010. She is the current ISKA World Super Lightweight K1 and Light Welterweight Oriental Rules champion, and the former Enfusion 61 and 64 kg Champion In June 202 ...

Svedocanstva

Svedocanstva was a Yugoslav literary periodical published every ten days from 21 November 1924 to 1 March 1925. It was the first periodical based in Belgrade espousing surrealistic ideas in literature.

Hugo Ryckeboer

Ryckeboer was born in Veurne and grew up in Izenberge. After doing secondary education in Veurne 1948-1954 he studied Germaanse filologie at universities of KU Leuven and Ghent University between 1954 and 1959. Ryckeboer was a highschool teacher ...

Yuksel Ayaydın

Yuksel Ayaydın is a Turkish retired kickboxer who professionally competed from 2006 until 2018. He is the former WFC European Heavyweight Muaythai Champion, as well as the former WMC World Heavyweight Champion.

Staden, Derbyshire

Staden is a small hamlet on the southern outskirts of Buxton, Derbyshire, lying between Harpur Hill and Cowdale. It was occupied in Neolithic, Roman and medieval times. Staden is close to the limestone hilltop of Staden Low whose summit is 367 m ...

Knut Henry Haraldsen

Knut Henry Haraldsen is a retired Norwegian football defender. He was drafted into the senior team of IK Start from its youth section in 1996. Already the next year he went to Vålerenga, where he played throughout 2002, except for a season-long l ...

Neiva Maria Robaldo Guedes

Neiva Maria Robaldo Guedes, or Neiva Guedes, is a Brazilian biologist and a specialist on environment and species conservation. In November 1989, Neiva came across a flock of hyacinth macaws in the Pantanal and, knowing that they were in danger o ...

Ferroviaria

Ferroviaria can refer to: Ferroviaria de Botucatu, a Brazilian football soccer club from Botucatu, São Paulo state; Desportiva Ferroviaria, a Brazilian football soccer club from Cariacica, Espirito Santo state; Ferroviaria de Assis, a Brazilian f ...

TCR South America Touring Car Championship

The TCR South America Touring Car Championship is a touring car racing series based in South America. The TCR South America Touring Car Championship is set to debut in 2021.

Miqueias Fernandes

Miqueias Matias Fernandes, better known simply as Miqueias Fernandes, was a Brazilian Politician, Lawyer and Pastor from the State of Roraima who represented the State of Amazonas politically.

Portrait of Maria Quiteria de Jesus Medeiros

Portrait of Maria Quiteria de Jesus Medeiros is a painting by Domenico Failutti. Failutto, an Italian who worked in Brazil between 1917 and 1922, completed the work in 1920 on the occasion of the centenary of the Independence of Brazil. It depict ...

Sete de Setembro (disambiguation)

Sete de Setembro River, a river in Mato Grosso, Brazil Praça Sete de Setembro, a square in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil Avenida Sete de Setembro, a road in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil Sete de Setembro, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Brachyplatystoma capapretum

Brachyplatystoma capapretum, the dark caped goliath catfish, also called Peru piraiba catfish or false piraiba, is a species of catfish of the family Pimelodidae that is native to watershed areas of Brazil and Peru.

Agua Rasa (São Paulo Metro)

Agua Rasa is a metro station under construction in São Paulo Metro Line 2-Green. It is part of the expansion project of Line 2 between Vila Prudente and Dutra, estimated to be opened in mid-2026.

When the Marquees Lights Go Out

When the Marquees Lights Go Out is a 2018 Brazilian documentary film by Renato Brandão. The film tells the story of the traditional movie theaters in an area called Cinelandia Paulistana, in the Downtown São Paulo. The film premiered at the 2018 ...

Trichechus hesperamazonicus

Trichechus hesperamazonicus, the western Amazonian manatee, is an extinct species of manatee that lived about 40 thousand years ago in the Madeira River, in the Brazilian state of Rondonia. It is known from this single locality, with possible occ ...

1993 FIVB Volleyball Womens U20 World Championship

The 1993 FIVB Womens U20 World Championship was held in Brasilia and Campinas, Brazil from August 13 to 22, 1993. 16 teams participated in the tournament.

Comercial

Comercial - the Spanish and Portuguese word for "commercial" - can refer to: Radio Comercial, a commercial radio station in Portugal Comercial Futebol Clube AL, a Brazilian football club from Viçosa, Alagoas Esporte Clube Comercial MS, a Brazilia ...

Andre Santos (disambiguation)

Andre Santos is a Brazilian footballer. Andre Santos is also the name of: Andre Santos footballer, born 1988, Portuguese footballer Andre Santos footballer, born 1975, Brazilian footballer Andre Santos footballer, born 1989, Portuguese footballer ...

Cubillas

Cubillas may refer to: Joel Cubillas born 1958, a former football defender Cubillas de Cerrato, a municipality in the province of Palencia, Castile and Leon, Spain Teofilo Cubillas born 1949, a Peruvian former footballer Cubillas de los Oteros, a ...

Woodstar

Woodstar may refer to a number of species of hummingbird in the family Trochilidae: Bahama woodstar Calliphlox evelynae Esmeraldas woodstar Chaetocercus berlepschi Santa Marta woodstar Chaetocercus astreans Inagua woodstar Calliphlox lyrura Gorge ...

Elver James Melchor Bañol

Elver James Melchor Bañol is a Colombian rapist and serial killer. He was convicted of 7 rapes and 4 murders, one of them being that of Rosmery Castellon, a minor. Nicknamed The Predator of Picaleña, he was compared to the infamous Luis Garavito ...

Andreas Pyndt

Andreas Pyndt Andersen is a Danish professional football midfielder who plays for Danish Superliga club Brondby IF. He has represented Denmark at youth level.

Mette Lykke

Mette Lykke is a Danish businesswoman, entrepreneur and investor. Mette Lykke is the current CEO of food-tech startup Too Good To Go. She was formerly co-founder and CEO of Endomondo, later acquired by Under Armour.

Sæby (disambiguation)

Sæby may refer to several towns and villages in Denmark: Sæby, a town and seaport in Frederikshavn municipality, Jutland. Sæby, Kalundborg municipality, a small village on the brink of lake Tisso in Kalundborg municipality, Zealand. Sæby Kirke, a ...

Sankt Johann

Sankt Johann, Mayen-Koblenz, a municipality in the district Mayen-Koblenz, Rhineland-Palatinate St. Johann Reutlingen, a municipality in the district of Reutlingen, Baden-Wurttemberg Sankt Johann Saarbrucken, a borough of Saarbrucken, Saarland Sa ...

Altdorf

Altdorf, German for old village, may refer to: In France: Altdorf, Bas-Rhin In Germany: Weingarten Wurttemberg or Altdorf Altdorf, Lower Bavaria, a municipality in Landshut, Bavaria Altdorf, Boblingen Altdorf, Esslingen Altdorf, Rhineland-Palatin ...

Blankenburg Castle

Blankenburg Castle might refer to: Blankenburg Castle Harz, a castle in the town of Blankenburg in the district of Harz, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany Blankenburg Castle Bern, a castle and administrative center in the municipality of Zweisimmen in the c ...

Lahr (disambiguation)

Canadian Forces Base Lahr, now known as Black Forest Airport, a former military airport located in Lahr Lahr, a town in Baden-Wurttemberg Lahr Hunsruck, a municipality in the district Rhein-Hunsruck-Kreis, Rhineland-Palatinate Lahr, Bitburg-Prum, ...

Otterbach (disambiguation)

Otterbach is a municipality in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Otterbach may also refer to: Otterbach Rhine, a river of Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, tributary of the Upper Rhine Otterbach Klosterbeurener Bach, a river of Bavaria, Germany, tribut ...

Burgstall (disambiguation)

Burgstall is German for a castle site and may refer to: Burgstall, technical term for the site of a former castle and origin of the place names Places Burgstall South Tyrol, village in South Tyrol Burgstall Borde, village in the Borde, Saxony-Anh ...

Antonio Maria Buhagiar

Antonio Maria Buhagiar, OFM Cap, born Spiridion Salvatore Constantino Buhagiar or Buhadgiar was a prelate of the Catholic Church of Maltese heritage who led ecclesiastical jurisdictions in Tunisia and Malta and also worked briefly in the diplomat ...

Otho Stuart

Otho Stuart was a British actor of the late 19th and early 20th-centuries who specialised in performing in the plays of Shakespeare. Stuart played the range of Shakespearean leading men, both with the Company of F. R. Benson and with his own Comp ...

Tanner Krebs

Krebs is the son of Dan Krebs, who played professional basketball in Australia. He attended Lake Ginninderra College and played for the Rats basketball team.

Matthieu Gauzin

Matthieu Gauzin is a French professional basketball player for Champagne Chalons-Reims of the LNB Pro A, on loan from Le Mans Sarthe.

Arni

Arni, Aargau, a municipality of the canton of Aargau in Switzerland Arni, Tiruvannamalai, a town in Tamil Nadu, India Arni, Maharashtra in Yavatmal district, Maharashtra State, India Arni, Karditsa, a municipality in the Karditsa regional unit, G ...

Epitome margaritae eloquentiae

The Epitome margaritae eloquentiae in Leeds Special Collections is the only surviving copy of a book on rhetoric written in Latin by Lorenzo Guglielmo Traversagni. The author used the pen name Guillermus Saphoensis in this work. Traversagni was a ...

Teatro Comunale

The name Teatro comunale is an Italian term for a theater house, or opera house. Many towns in Italy have a Teatro Comunale. Notable opera houses known as Teatro Comunale include: Teatro Comunale Giuseppe Verdi, Trieste Teatro Comunale Modena Tea ...

Leon-Clement Gerard

Leon-Clement Gerard was a churchman in the Val dAoste who became a cathedral canon in nearby Aosta. Within the church he came to prominence as a controversialist, notably on account of his long-standing record of theological and very public feudi ...

Giovanni de Medici

Giovanni de Medici may refer to: Giovanni de Medici il Popolano, 1467–1498 husband of Caterina Sforza, Lady of Imola and Forlì Giovanni dalle Bande Nere 1498–1526, son of Caterina Sforza, Lady of Imola and Forlì Pope Leo X Giovanni di Lorenzo de ...