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Amur River Tunnel

The Amur River Tunnel (Russian: Тоннель под Амуром, during its construction — стройка No.4) is a 7200-meter-long railroad tunnel on the Trans-Siberian Railroad, in Khabarovsk, Russia. It was built during…

Verhofstadt I Government

The Verhofstadt I Government was the federal government of Belgium from 12 July 1999 to 12 July 2003. This article does not cite any sources. (June 2019) Verhofstadt I Government…

Victim Support

Victim Support is an independent charity in England and Wales that provides specialist practical and emotional support to victims and witnesses of crime. This article needs additional citations for verification.…

Gera

Marketplace Gera Gera is a city in Thuringia in Germany. . . . Gera . . . Gera Hauptbahnhof (main station) is situated a 5-10 min walk from the City…

Alqueire

Alqueire is a traditional unit of measurement in Portuguese. The term has been documented in Portugal since the 12th century. It is derived from the Arabic word أَكْيَال(al-kayl), which roughly…

Chris Gildenhuys

Brigadier General Chris GildenhuysSM MMM is a South African Army officer. South African Army officer Burgert Christiaan Gildenhuys[1] SM MMM Gildenhuys (left) Allegiance  South Africa Service/branch  South African Army Years of…

Maia Wright

Maia Wright also known as Junie (born 2 October 1997[1]) is a Swedish singer-songwriter.[2] She lives in Enskede.[3] Swedish singer . . . Maia Wright . . . Firsts (2020)[4]…

Bloomfield Hills

Bloomfield Hills is a suburban city in Oakland County, Michigan. It is almost completely surrounded by Bloomfield Township. Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills . . . Bloomfield Hills . .…

Charles R. Denny

Charles Ruthven Denny Jr. (April 11, 1912 – October 30, 2000)[1] was general counsel of the United States Federal Communications Commission, then a member of the commission itself, and was…

Bematist

Bematists or bematistae (Ancient Greekβηματισταί (bēmatistaí, ‘step measurer’), from βῆμα (bema, ‘pace’)), were specialists in ancient Greece and ancient Egypt who were trained to measure distances by counting their steps,…