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Linda Zetchiri

Linda Zetchiri (Bulgarian: Линда Зечири; born 27 July 1987) is a Bulgarian badminton player. She competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Women’s singles,[3] and 2020 Summer Olympics, in Women’s…

Winants Hall

Winants Hall is a historic educational building located on the Queens Campus of Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey.[2] Designed by Van Campen Taylor and completed in 1890, Winants…

Franco Bitossi

Franco Bitossi (born 1 September 1940) is an Italian former professional cyclist. He was born in Camaioni di Carmignano. Italian cyclist Franco Bitossi Personal information Full name Franco Bitossi Nickname Cuore…

Patersonia juncea

Patersonia juncea, commonly known as rush leaved patersonia,[2] is a species of plant in the iris family Iridaceae and is endemic to a restricted part of the south-west of Western…

Henk Blomvliet

Henk Blomvliet (24 February 1911 – 14 March 1980) was a Dutch footballer.[1] He played in two matches for the Netherlands national football team in 1939.[2] Dutch footballer Henk Blomvliet…

Carlos Johnson (footballer)

Carlos Johnson Carpio (born July 10, 1984, in Cartago) is a Costa Ricanfootballer, who plays for Cartaginés. Costa Rican footballer Carlos Johnson Personal information Full name Carlos Johnson Carpio Date…

Hammonds of Hull

Hammonds of Hull was a department store with the original business located in Hull before opening a further branch in Bridlington. The business was later bought by House of Fraser.…

Parteniy Pavlovich

Parteniy Pavlovich (Bulgarian: Партений Павлович, “Parthenius, son of Paul”) (c. 1695 – 29 April 1760) was a BulgarianEastern Orthodox cleric, man of letters and traveller, regarded as one of the precursors…

Dig Dug

Dig Dug[lower-alpha 1] is a mazearcade game developed by Namco in 1981 and released in 1982, distributed in North America by Atari, Inc. The player controls Dig Dug to defeat…

Mae Hong Son

Mae Hong Son (แม่ฮ่องสอน) is a city (pop. 7,000) in Mae Hong Son Province, Northern Thailand. . . . Mae Hong Son . . . View over Mae Hong Son…