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NIU

NIU or Niu as a name can refer to: Northern Illinois University Niu Sale born 1959, American football player National Ilan University Northland International University Niue ISO country code National Intelligence University David Niu, Australian- ...

                                               

2. Liga

2. Liga, 2. liga, 2 liga, II Liga or Druha liga may refer to: 2. Bundesliga, second-highest football division in Germany Czech 2. liga, second-highest football division Football 2. Liga Interregional, the fifth tier of the Swiss football league s ...

                                               

David Slater (disambiguation)

David Slater is an American singer. David Slater is also the name of: David Slater, see 1976 IAAF World Cross Country Championships David J. Slater, British nature photographer from Mathern, South Wales, known for the so-called monkey selfies Dav ...

                                               

Nick Weiler-Babb

Nick Weiler-Babb is an American basketball player for Riesen Ludwigsburg of the Basketball Bundesliga. He played college basketball for Iowa State.

                                               

Modern pentathlon at the 1980 Summer Olympics – Mens individual

The modern pentathlon at the 1980 Summer Olympics was represented by two events: Individual competition and Team competition. As usual in Olympic modern pentathlon one competition was held and each competitors score was included to the Individual ...

                                               

Jordan McCabe

In second grade, McCabe began training with Jason Otter. At age 12, while attending Beaver Lake Middle School in Sammamish, Washington, he drew national attention for his dribbling ability. In December 2010, he featured in a KOMO-TV segment. In t ...

                                               

Red Punch

Red Punch is the second extended play by South Korean girl group Rocket Punch. The album was released digitally and physically on February 10, 2020 by Woollim Entertainment. The EP contains seven tracks with the lead single "Bouncy".

                                               

Lebedev pistol

The Lebedev pistol is a Russian semi-automatic pistol, which produced under Kalashnikov Concern and designed by Dmitry Lebedev. It was introduced in 2015 as PL-14 and later changed it designation as PL-15 in the year 2016. The compact version of ...

                                               

2015 Saudi Crown Prince Cup Final

The 2015 Saudi Crown Prince Cup Final was the 40th final of the Crown Prince Cup. It took place on 13 February 2015 at the King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and was contested between Al-Ahli and Al-Hilal. It was Al-Ahlis 12t ...

                                               

Canadian Open

Canada Open or Canadian Open may refer to: Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge, the Canadian Open of math Canadian Open Chess Championship, the Canadian Open of chess Canadian Open darts, a darts tournament that has been held annually since 1985 ...

                                               

Terry Murphy

Terry Murphy may refer to: Terrence Murphy Canadian politician 1926–2008, known as Terry, Canadian lawyer, politician and judge Terry Murphy snooker player born 1972, Northern Irish snooker player Terry Murphy American politician, Republican memb ...

                                               

Daniel Wells

Daniel Wells may refer to: Danny Wells politician born 1940, American politician in West Virginia Daniel H. Wells 1814–1891, apostle of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and mayor of Salt Lake City, Utah Daniel Wells, Jr. 1808–1902 ...

                                               

Sean ONeill

Sean ONeill is the name of: Sean ONeill table tennis born 1967, American table tennis player and coach Sean ONeill footballer born 1988, association footballer Sean ONeill hurler born 1972, Irish hurler for Limerick Sean ONeill born 1938, Gaelic ...

                                               

Matthew Stevens (disambiguation)

Matthew Stevens is a snooker player. Matthew Stevens may also refer to: Matt Stevens rugby union born 1982, English rugby union player, who played at prop for Bath and England Matthew Stevens Australian kickboxer, taekwondo practitioner and karat ...

                                               

Prest (surname)

Prest is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: William Prest Cambridgeshire cricketer, English cricketer Bill Prest, Australian politician John Prest, British historian Martin Prest, Argentine footballer Edward Prest, English cricke ...

                                               

Star of the East

Star of the East may refer to: Barney Aaron, English lightweight champion boxer The Star of the East, nickname of snooker player Ding Junhui Star of the East, a Soviet literary magazine published in Uzbek SSR An illuminated art-work in Mablethorp ...

                                               

Angles (disambiguation)

The Angles were Germanic-speaking people that took their name from the Angeln cultural region in Germany. Angles may also refer to: Les Angles disambiguation One of several communes in France Angles, Tarn Angles, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence Angles, V ...

                                               

WSF

WSF can refer to: World Science Festival World Squash Federation World Snooker Federation Washington State Ferries Windows Script File Womens Sport Foundation, the former name of the Womens Sport and Fitness Foundation Workers Suffrage Federation ...

                                               

DDK

DDK abbreviation may refer to: In software development, a Driver Development Kit, including Microsoft Windows Driver Development Kit In snooker, a Dreaded Double Kiss, coined by Dennis Taylor In hull codes of United States Navy, an abolished surf ...

                                               

Seven-ball (disambiguation)

Seven-ball may refer to: 7 ball, the pool pocket billiards ball numbered "7", and traditionally brown or maroon, but tan in some ball sets 7-ball, a seven-dimensional n -ball in mathematics 7 ball, the black snooker ball, worth 7 points, normally ...

                                               

2001 Arizona Wildcats softball team

The 2001 Arizona Wildcats softball team represented the University of Arizona in the 2001 NCAA Division I softball season. The Wildcats were coached by Mike Candrea, who led his seventeenth season. The Wildcats finished with a record of 65–4. The ...

                                               

OPO

OPO or Opo can refer to: Lagenaria siceraria, a squash commonly known as opo Ovamboland Peoples Organization Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra OnePlus One, a smartphone model produced by the Chinese company OnePlus Online Presence Ontology Opo the D ...

                                               

Super Series (disambiguation)

Super Series can refer to: Super Series 76 Super Series 76-77, exhibition ice hockey games between the CSKA Moscow Red Army team and WHA teams in 1976-77. Super Series, exhibition ice hockey games between Soviet and NHL teams from 1976 to 1991. 2 ...

                                               

Chuadanga Government College

Chuadanga Government College is a traditional educational institution in Chuadanga district of Bangladesh.This college is affiliated to Bangladesh National University and is one of the 30 government colleges in Bangladesh. The college was establi ...

                                               

Timea Babos career statistics

This table is current through the 2019 China Open. Notes 3 2009: WTA ranking–700, tournaments–0, win–loss 0–0. 2010: WTA ranking–329, tournaments–1, win–loss 0–1. 2 In 2014, the Pan Pacific Open was downgraded to a Premier event and replaced by t ...

                                               

NOHA

Noha Radwan assistant professor of Arabic and comparative literature at the University of California, Davis Noha Eid 1987 Egyptian female volleyball player Noha Waibsnaider US businesswoman Noha Yossry 1992 Egyptian table tennis player Noha Abd R ...

                                               

KTA

KTA may refer to: Karratha Airport, an airport in the northwest region of Western Australia KTA Super Stores, a chain of super markets in Hawaii County, Hawaii Potassium titanyl arsenate, a type of laser crystal Kokoda Track Authority, a local go ...

                                               

Central African Republic at the 2003 All-Africa Games

Central African Republic competed in the 2003 All-Africa Games held at the National Stadium in the city of Abuja, Nigeria. The country entered seventeen events, and gained a gold medal in Taekwondo, ranking joint 19th in the medal table.

                                               

CDK

CDK may refer to: Cyclin-dependent kinase, a major class of enzymes involved in the regulation of the cell cycle The IATA airport code for George T. Lewis Airport, Cedar Key, Florida, United States. CDK Global, an US-based automotive dealer servi ...

                                               

John Horn (tennis)

Horn reached the Wimbledon Boys Singles final for two years running. In the 1949 final he lost to Staffan Stockenberg and in 1950 he beat the Egyptian player, Kamel Moubarek in the final. Horn competed on the amateur circuit during the 1950s and ...

                                               

On-off

On-off or Onoff may refer to: On-Off Singles, a type of tennis game On-off keying, a type of line modulation On-off switch, a type of electric switch Onoff retailer, an electronics retailer in Estonia, formerly also active in Sweden and Finland O ...

                                               

TBB

TBB pank, commercial bank in Estonia Turkish Bars Association, Turkiye Barolar Birliği Tennis Borussia Berlin, a German football club Turkish Banks Association, Turkiye Bankalar Birliği Telekom Baskets Bonn, a German professional basketball team

                                               

2000 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group II

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 2000. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were four different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. Wi ...

                                               

Rosalie Passovoy

Passovoy was born in Paterson, New Jersey. She was ahead of her time in the early 1960s on the court and in life with her tennis skills that earn her a place in collegiate tennis history and also a place in her schools sports history as a female ...

                                               

Caversham

Caversham may refer to: Caversham Reading ward, an electoral ward Caversham New Zealand electorate, an electoral constituency in New Zealand Caversham, Reading, in Berkshire, England Caversham, New Zealand, a suburb of Dunedin Caversham, Western ...

                                               

2000 Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group I

The Asia/Oceania Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 2000. In the Asia/Oceania Zone there were four different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. Winn ...

                                               

Intramuscular coordination

Intra- or so called neuromuscular Coordination describes the interaction in between the nervous system and muscle. The intramuscular coordination defines the number of muscular fibres that can be controlled synchronous be the nervous system withi ...

                                               

USAT

USAT may refer to: USIM Application Toolkit, a standard which enables the USIM to initiate actions which can be used for various value-added services delivered to 3G mobile devices USAT is the equivalent of STK for 3G cellular networks USA Today, ...

                                               

Mohammad Reza Geraei

Mohammad Reza Geraei is an Iranian Greco-Roman wrestler. In 2018 he won one of the bronze medals in the mens 67 kg event at the 2018 Asian Games held in Jakarta, Indonesia. In 2019 he won the gold medal in the 72 kg event at the 2019 Asian Wrestl ...

                                               

Linow

Linow, a village in the administrative district of Gmina Zawichost, within Sandomierz County, Swietokrzyskie Voivodeship Linow-Kolonia, a village in the administrative district of Gmina Zawichost, within Sandomierz County, Swietokrzyskie Voivodes ...

                                               

NCW

NCW may refer to: National Commission for Women, an Indian government organization Northern Championship Wrestling, professional wrestling promotion in Quebec Neocatechumenal Way, a group within the Catholic Church National Chemistry Week, an ann ...

                                               

Ane

Ane or ane may refer to: Ane, Netherlands, a village in Overijssel, Netherlands, also Battle of Ane 1227, a battle fought near the village Āne, a village in Latvia -ane, a suffix in organic chemistry, or specifically alkanes, which take this suff ...

                                               

Ryan Taylor

Ryan Taylor may refer to: Ryan Taylor American football born 1987, American football tight end Ryan Taylor politician born 1970, former North Dakota Senate Minority Leader Ryan Taylor basketball born 1992, American basketball player Ryan Taylor s ...

                                               

Tom Young

Tom Young may refer to: Tom Young baseball 1902–?, Negro Leagues utility player Tom Young novelist born 1962, American novelist Tom Young Australian footballer born 1992, Australian rules footballer Tom Young cricketer 1890–1936, English crickete ...

                                               

Rated R

Rated R primarily refers to movies that have been given a "restricted" rating by one of the following film rating systems: Motion Picture Association of America film rating system Canadian Home Video Rating System British Board of Film Classifica ...

                                               

Catalina Axente

Catalina Axente is a Romanian freestyle wrestler. In 2020 she won one of the bronze medals in the 72 kg event at the 2020 European Wrestling Championships held in Rome, Italy.

                                               

Vladislav Valiev

Vladislav Valiev is a Russian freestyle wrestler. He won the gold medal in the mens freestyle 86 kg event at the 2019 European Wrestling Championships held in Bucharest, Romania. He also won one of the bronze medals at the 2017 World Wrestling Ch ...

                                               

Aurora Campagna

Aurora Campagna is an Italian freestyle wrestler. In 2019 she won the silver medal in the 62 kg event at the 2019 European Wrestling Championships held in Bucharest, Romania.

                                               

Muslim Sadulaev

Muslim Sadulaev is a Russian freestyle wrestler. In 2019 he won the silver medal in the 57 kg event at the 2019 European Wrestling Championships held in Bucharest, Romania.

                                               

CCCC

Collin College, formally the Collin County Community College District, Texas, US Conference on College Composition and Communication Central Carolina Community College, North Carolina Community College System, US Clark County Community College, C ...