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First Chief Directorate

The First Main Directorate (Russian: Пе́рвое гла́вное управле́ние, tr. Pérvoye glávnoye upravléniye, IPA: [ˈpʲervəjə ˈɡɫavnəjə ʊprɐˈvlʲenʲɪje], lit. ‘First Chief Directive’) of the Committee for State Security under the USSR council of…

Indoetra

Indoetra is a monotypicgenus of south Asian orb-weaver spiders containing the single species, Indoetra thisbe. Originally described as a subgenus of Clitaetra,[2] it was elevated to genus status in 2019.[3]…

Piet de Vries

Piet de Vries (born 6 March 1939) is a Dutch footballer.[1] He played in one match for the Netherlands national football team in 1959.[2] Dutch footballer Piet de Vries Personal…

Piet van Overbeek

Piet van Overbeek (6 May 1926 – 8 January 2004) was a Dutch footballer.[1] He played in one match for the Netherlands national football team in 1949.[2] Dutch footballer Piet…

Obāchan’s Garden

Obāchan’s Garden is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Linda Ohama and released in 2001.[1] Beginning with home video recorded by Ohana of her grandmother Asayo Murakami’s 100th birthday, the…

Daptonema

Daptonema is a genus of nematodes belonging to the family Xyalidae.[1] Daptonema Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Nematoda Class: Chromadorea Order: Monhysterida Family: Xyalidae Genus: DaptonemaCobb, 1920 The genus has…

2022 ITF Women’s World Tennis Tour (January–March)

The 2022 ITF Women’s World Tennis Tour is the 2022 edition of the second-tier tour for women’s professional tennis. It is organised by the International Tennis Federation and is a…

Typhaine case

The Typhaine case, or “case of Typhaine Taton”, was a case of child abuse and infanticide that occurred in France in 2009. This article is an orphan, as no other…

List of government ministers of Niger in 2009

Members of the Council of Ministers of Niger as of 29 June 2009 include: Prime Minister: Brigi Rafini Minister of State for the Interior, Public Safety and Decentralization: Albadé Abouba…

Sara Coleridge

Sara Coleridge (23 December 1802 – 3 May 1852) was an English author and translator. She was the third child out of four and the only daughter of the poet…