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Cassinia diminuta #
Gderrin: New {{Short description|Species of flowering plant}} {{speciesbox |image = |genus = Cassinia |species = diminuta |authority = [[Anthony Edward Orchard|Orchard]]<ref name="APC">{{cite web |title=''Cassinia diminuta'' |url=https://biodiversity.org.au/nsl/services/apc-format/display/191721 |website=Australian Plant Census |accessdate=14 June 2021}}</ref> }} '''''Cassinia diminuta''''', commonly known as '''dwarf cassinia''',<ref name="RBGV">{{cite web |last1=Ohlsen |first1=Daniel |last2=Stajsic |first2=Val |title=''Cassinia diminuta'' |url=https://vicflora.rbg.vic.gov.au/flora/taxon/13337a29-d853-4786-a3f2-0edb73df133e |publisher=Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria |access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> is a species of flowering plant in the family [[Asteraceae]] and is [[endemic]] to Victoria in Australia. It is a small, erect, aromatic shrub with spreading, needle-shaped leaves that are covered with cottony hair on the underside, and [[corymb]]s of up to two hundred [[Head (botany)|heads]] of flowers arranged in [[corymb]]s. ==Description== ''Cassinia diminuta'' is an erect, aromatic shrub that typically grows to a height of {{cvt|50–70|cm}} with densely-hairy branchlets. The leaves are needle-shaped, {{cvt|5–18|mm}} long and {{cvt|0.7–1|mm}} wide with the edges rolled under. The lower surface of the leaves is densely covered with cottony white hairs. The flower heads are arranged in a corymb of 70 to 200, each head {{cvt|1.5–3|mm}} wide with five or six [[Glossary of botanical terms#floret|florets]] surrounded by overlapping white to greenish [[Bract#Involucral bracts|involucral bracts]] in five [[Whorl (botany)|whorls]]. Flowering occurs from January to March and the [[Asteraceae#Fruits and seeds|achenes]] are about {{cvt|0.9–1.1|mm}} long with a bristly [[Pappus (botany)|pappus]] {{cvt|1.5–2|mm}} long.<ref name="RBGV" /> ==Taxonomy and naming== ''Cassinia diminuta'' was first formally described in 2004 by [[Anthony Edward Orchard]] in ''[[Australian Systematic Botany]]'' from specimens collected in the same year.<ref name="APNI">{{cite web |title=''Cassinia diminuta'' |url=https://biodiversity.org.au/nsl/services/rest/instance/apni/590844 |website=Australian Plant Name Index|date=14 June 2021}}</ref> ==Distribution and habitat== This species of ''Cassinia'' grows in [[Mallee Woodlands and Shrublands|mallee]] and woodland in central Victoria.<ref name="RBGV" /> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Taxonbar|from=Q15561260}} [[Category:Cassinia|diminuta]] [[Category:Asterales of Australia]] [[Category:Flora of Victoria (Australia)]] [[Category:Plants described in 2004]]
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Brinda trivedi #
Justort: ←Created page with 'Brinda Trivedi is a Gujarati film actress, known for Hellaro (2019), Scam 1992: The Harshad Mehta Story (2020) and Photograph (2019). Brinda was born and brought...' Brinda Trivedi is a Gujarati film actress, known for Hellaro (2019), Scam 1992: The Harshad Mehta Story (2020) and Photograph (2019). Brinda was born and brought up in Mumbai, Maharashtra. She had worked predominantly in Gujarati film. Brinda Trivedi's previous film to hit the theatres was Photograph in the year 2019. Brinda’s Movies Year Movie Name Character Language 2018 Mitro Avani’s Aunt Gujarati 2019 Photograph Saloni Gujarati 2019 Hellaro Kesar Gujarati 2021 (Upcoming) Masoon Sawaal ----- Hindi
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Sue Paterson #
MurielMary: ←Created page with ''''Sue Paterson''' (1953 - 2018) was a New Zealand theatre and festival director. In 2017 she was named New Zealander of the Year Awards|Senior New Zealander o...' '''Sue Paterson''' (1953 - 2018) was a New Zealand theatre and festival director. In 2017 she was named [[New Zealander of the Year Awards|Senior New Zealander of the Year]].<ref name=":0">{{Cite web|date=2018-07-12|title=Festival director extraordinaire Sue Paterson dies after long battle with cancer|url=https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/105440389/festival-director-extraordinaire-sue-paterson-dies-after-long-battle-with-cancer|access-date=2021-06-14|website=Stuff|language=en}}</ref> == Biography == Paterson was born in [[Wellington|Wellington, New Zealand]]. Her father was a marine engineer from [[Aberdeen|Aberdeen, Scotland]], and her mother was a hotel administrator.<ref>{{Cite web|date=2018-07-20|title=Sue Paterson: Inspiration to artists, advocate for arts|url=https://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/arts/105629315/sue-paterson-inspiration-to-artists-advocate-for-arts|access-date=2021-06-14|website=Stuff|language=en}}</ref> In the 1990s, Paterson was general manager of the Royal New Zealand Ballet Company.<ref name=":0" /> She was also marketing director of the New Zealand Festival from 1994 to 1998.<ref name=":0" /> ==References== {{reflist}} {{Authority control}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Paterson, Sue}} [[Category:1953 births]] [[Category:2018 deaths]] [[Category:People from Wellington City]] [[Category:Festival directors]] [[Category:New Zealand people of Scottish descent]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sue_Paterson

Daibagya Balbhadra Joshi #
Nirmaljoshi: started as stub '''Daibagya Balbhadra Joshi''' (1494 AD) or poplarly known as ''Balbharda of Jumla'' was a astronomer of Nepal. He was born in [[Jumla district]]. <ref>{{Cite web| title = Incorporate Astronomy In Mainstream Education| work = GorakhaPatra| accessdate = 2021-06-14| url = https://risingnepaldaily.com/editorial/incorporate-astronomy-in-mainstream-education}}</ref>He wrote commentary of ''Bhaswati''. The original book of Bhashwati was written by Satananda in 1099 in Orissaas. The Bhashwati helped to prepare ''Panchang'' and to solve mathematical problems of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.<ref>{{Cite journal| last = Acharya| first = ER| title = Daibagya Balbhadra Joshi (1494 AD) An Academic Relation between Nepal and India With mathematics manuscript in Nepal}}</ref><ref>{{Cite book| publisher = Springer Netherlands| isbn = 978-90-481-9748-4| pages = 145–149| editor = Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, Attila Grandpierre (eds.)| last = Bhattarai| first = Suresh| title = Astronomy and Civilization in the New Enlightenment: Passions of the Skies| chapter = Impact Of Astronomy In Nepalese Civilization| location = Dordrecht| series = Analecta Husserliana| accessdate = 2021-06-14| date = 2011| url = https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-9748-4_15}}</ref> ==References== {{reflist}} {{Nepal-stub}}
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daibagya_Balbhadra_Joshi

Grundig Team Trophy #
Derlinus: Grundig Team Trophy {{use dmy dates|date=September 2020}} {{Infobox golf tournament | name = Grundig Team Trophy | image = | caption = | location = [[Stockholm County|Stockholm]], [[Sweden]] | establishment = [[1989 Swedish Golf Tour (women)|1989]] | course = [[Royal Drottningholm Golf Club]] | par = 72 | yardage = | lang = <!-- Defaults to US English. Value must be "uk" for British English --> | org = | tour = [[Swedish Golf Tour (women)|Swedish Golf Tour]] | format = 36-hole [[Four-ball golf|best ball]] | purse = SEK 80,000 | month_played = | final_year = [[1991 Swedish Golf Tour (women)|1991]] | aggregate = 138 [[Pia Nilsson (golfer)|P. Nilsson]] & [[Hillewi Hagström| H. Hagström]] | to-par = –8 ''as above | final_champion = [[Viveca Hoff]] & [[Marie Wennersten-From]] }} The '''Grundig Team Trophy''' was a women's professional [[golf]] tournament on the [[Swedish Golf Tour (women)|Swedish Golf Tour]] played annually from 1989 until 1991. It was always held at [[Royal Drottningholm Golf Club]] in [[Stockholm County|Stockholm]], [[Sweden]].<ref>{{cite web |title=Svensk Golf 1/1992 |url=http://www.e-magin.se/paper/xk747p6f/paper/83#/paper/xk747p6f/83 |publisher=Swedish Golf Federation |access-date=14 June 2021 |page=83}}</ref> The 36-hole [[Four-ball golf|best ball]] tournament made its debut in 1989 and was immediately popular with the players.<ref>{{cite web |title=Svensk Golf 10/1989 |url=http://www.e-magin.se/paper/kfdj1q57/paper/82#/paper/kfdj1q57/82 |publisher=Swedish Golf Federation |access-date=14 June 2021 |page=80}}</ref> [[Pia Nilsson (golfer)|Pia Nilsson]] and [[Hillewi Hagström]] succesfully defended their title in 1990 in very wet conditions.<ref>{{cite web |title=Svensk Golf 10/1990 |url=http://www.e-magin.se/paper/5m2vqbg4/paper/87#/paper/5m2vqbg4/87 |publisher=Swedish Golf Federation |access-date=14 June 2021 |page=87}}</ref> Amateurs [[Annika Sörenstam]] and [[Maria Bertilsköld]] were runner-ups at the final tournaments, one stroke behind winners [[Marie Wennersten-From]] and [[Viveca Hoff]]. ==Winners== {|class=wikitable style="font-size:95%" !Year!!Winner!!Score!!Margin<br>of victory!!Runner(s)-up!!Prize<br>fund (SEK)!!Ref |- | [[1991 Swedish Golf Tour (women)|1991]] || {{flagicon|SWE}} [[Viveca Hoff]] &<br>{{flagicon|SWE}} [[Marie Wennersten-From]] ||align=center|139 (–7) || 1 stroke ||{{flagicon|SWE}} [[Maria Bertilsköld]] (a) &<br> {{flagicon|SWE}} [[Annika Sörenstam]] (a) ||align=right|80,000 ||<ref>{{cite web |title=Results 1991 Grundig Team Trophy |url=https://golfdata.se/tournytt/resultatlista.asp?TID=M913XXX |publisher=Golfdata |access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> |- | [[1990 Swedish Golf Tour (women)|1990]] || {{flagicon|SWE}} [[Pia Nilsson (golfer)|Pia Nilsson]] & <br>{{flagicon|SWE}} [[Hillewi Hagström]] ||align=center|138 (–8) || 2 strokes || {{flagicon|SWE}} [[Susann Norberg]] & <br>{{flagicon|SWE}} [[Victoria Norman]] ||align=right| 80,000 ||<ref>{{cite web |title=Results 1990 Grundig Team Trophy |url=https://golfdata.se/tournytt/resultatlista.asp?TID=M9010XX |publisher=Golfdata |access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> |- | [[1989 Swedish Golf Tour (women)|1989]] || {{flagicon|SWE}} [[Pia Nilsson (golfer)|Pia Nilsson]] &<br>{{flagicon|SWE}} [[Hillewi Hagström]] ||align=center| 138 (–8) || 1 stroke || {{flagicon|SWE}} [[Liv Wollin]] &<br>{{flagicon|SWE}} [[Charlotte Montgomery]] ||align=right| 80,000 ||<ref>{{cite web |title=Results 1989 Grundig Team Trophy |url=https://golfdata.se/tournytt/resultatlista.asp?TID=M893XXX |publisher=Golfdata |access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> |} ==References== {{reflist}} [[Category:Swedish Golf Tour (women) events]] [[Category:Golf tournaments in Sweden]] [[Category:Defunct sports competitions in Sweden]] [[Category:Recurring sporting events established in 1989]] [[Category:Recurring sporting events disestablished in 1991]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grundig_Team_Trophy

Date palm farming in India #
HariSinghw: Created new page [[Date palm]] farming was started in 2007 in [[India]]. == Import == India imports 38% of world's production of Date palm.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Rajasthan Date palm|url=https://rkvy.nic.in/Uploads/SucessStory/RAJASTHAN/2018/2018123509Date%20Palm.pdf|url-status=live}}</ref> == Production == Kutch is the largest producer of date palm in India.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Date Palm Cultivation: Basic Guide for Beginners|url=https://krishijagran.com/agripedia/date-palm-cultivation-basic-guide-for-beginners/|access-date=2021-06-14|website=krishijagran.com|language=en}}</ref> == Gujarat == {{Main|Date palm farming in Gujarat}} [[Date palm]] in India occurs in the western border, especially in the [[Kutch district|Kutchh]] district of [[Gujarat]] with about 18286 ha. with a production of 171522 MT of fresh fruits. It was at initial stage in 2014. Among Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala and other states Gujarat is the top producer.<ref>{{Cite web|date=2019-07-23|title=Date Palm Farmers In Gujarat Have Come Together To Improve Their Lives And Product Quality|url=https://www.indiatimes.com/news/india/date-palm-farmers-in-gujarat-have-come-together-to-improve-their-lives-and-product-quality-371914.html|access-date=2021-06-14|website=IndiaTimes|language=en-IN}}</ref> Gujarat state gives subsidy to its producers.<ref>{{Cite web|last=Jun 19|first=Himansshu Bhatt / TNN /|last2=2014|last3=Ist|first3=13:45|title=Date palm farming catching up fast in South Gujarat {{!}} Surat News - Times of India|url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/surat/date-palm-farming-catching-up-fast-in-south-gujarat/articleshow/36814898.cms|access-date=2021-06-14|website=The Times of India|language=en}}</ref> == Kerala == {{Main|Date palm farming in Kerala}} == Maharashtra == {{Main|Date palm farming in Maharashtra}} == Punjab == {{Main|Date palm farming in Punjab}} == Rajasthan == {{Main|Date palm farming in Rajasthan}} [[Date palm]] farming in [[Rajasthan]] was started in 2007.<ref>{{Cite web|date=2016-11-05|title=Date Palm farming in Rajasthan|url=https://www.rajras.in/date-palm-farming-rajasthan/|access-date=2021-06-14|website=RajRAS|language=en-US}}</ref> Rajasthan grows date palm varieties like Barhee, Khuneji, Khalas, Medjool, Khadravi, Jamli and Sagai.<ref>{{Cite web|date=2018-06-22|title=Rajasthan date palm production triples in three years|url=https://www.hindustantimes.com/jaipur/rajasthan-date-palm-production-triples-in-three-years/story-zrEZvUGrZd8PNL0YhMxbKL.html|access-date=2021-06-14|website=Hindustan Times|language=en}}</ref> India imports 38% of world's production of Date palm.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Rajasthan Date palm|url=https://rkvy.nic.in/Uploads/SucessStory/RAJASTHAN/2018/2018123509Date%20Palm.pdf|url-status=live}}</ref> Rajasthan produced nearly 800 tonnes of date palm from the first harvest in 2015-16.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Rajasthan produces 800 tonnes date palms from first harvest|url=https://www.businesstoday.in/sectors/agriculture/rajasthan-produces-800-tonnes-date-palms-from-first-harvest/story/236233.html|access-date=2021-06-14|website=www.businesstoday.in}}</ref> == Tamil Nadu == {{Main|Date palm farming in Tamil Nadu}} == See also == * [[Atul (company)]] ==See also== *[[Agriculture in India]] ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Agriculture in India}} [[Category:Agriculture in India]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Date_palm_farming_in_India

Maurice Marsac #
Clarityfiend: /* top */ tweaked caption {{Infobox person | name = Maurice Marsac | image = File:Red Skelton Freddie 1959.JPG | alt = <!-- descriptive text for use by speech synthesis (text-to-speech) software --> | caption = Marsac (left) and Red Skelton on ''[[The Red Skelton Show|The Red Skelton Hour]]'' 21 December 1954 episode "The Cop and the Anthem" | birth_name = <!-- only use if different from name --> | birth_date = {{Birth date|1915|03|23}} | birth_place = [[La Croix-Valmer]], France | death_date = {{Death date and age|2007|05|06|1915|03|23}} | death_place = [[Santa Rosa, California]], United States | nationality = French | other_names = | occupation = Actor | years_active = | known_for = | notable_works = }} '''Maurice Marsac''' (23 March 1915 &ndash; 6 May 2007) was a French actor who had a long career, with over 150 appearances in American films and television.<ref name=LAT>{{cite news |url=https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-2007-jun-06-me-marsac6-story.html |title=Maurice Marsac, 92; French actor often portrayed snooty waiters |last=Nelson |first=Valerie J. |date=6 June 2007 |newspaper=[[Los Angeles Times]]}}</ref> He was also a nationally ranked [[croquet]] player.<ref name=LAT/> Born in [[La Croix-Valmer]], France, he was a member of the [[French Resistance]] in [[World War II]].<ref name=LAT/> He made his (uncredited) film debut in ''[[Paris After Dark]]'' (1943); his last part was as a [[Maître d'hôtel|maitre d']] in ''[[Dragnet (1987 film)|Dragnet]]'' (1987). He was noted for portraying waiters and maitre d's.<ref name=LAT/> In addition to ''Dragnet'', he played one in the films ''[[The Razor's Edge (1946 film)|The Razor's Edge]]'' (1946, uncredited), ''[[Herbie Rides Again]]'' (1974) and ''[[The Jerk]]'' (1979), as well as episodes of ''[[I Love Lucy]]'' ("Ricky Asks for a Raise", 1952; "Paris at Last", 1956), ''[[Hazel (TV series)|Hazel]]'' (1966), ''[[Columbo]]'' ([[Columbo (season 3)|"Publish or Perish"]], 1975) , ''[[Wonder Woman (TV series)|Wonder Woman]]'' ([[List of Wonder Woman episodes#Season 2 (1977–78)|"Death in Disguise"]], 1978), ''[[Soap (TV series)|Soap]]'' (1979) and ''[[L.A. Law]]'' ([[List of L.A. Law episodes#Season 1 (1986–87)|"The Douglas Fur Ball"]], 1987), among others. He also played [[Nicodemus]] in the 1961 biblical epic ''[[King of Kings (1961 film)|King of Kings]]''. He was a member of the Beverly Croquet Club and a resident pro in Newport Beach.<ref name=LAT/> Melanie, his wife of 55 years, was also a skilled croquet player. He died of cardiac arrest at the age of 92, less than three weeks after the passing of his wife.<ref name=LAT/> ==Partial filmography== {{div col}} * ''[[Paris After Dark]]'' (1943) (uncredited) * ''[[This Is the Life (1944 film)|This Is the Life]]'' (1944) * ''[[The Crime Doctor's Gamble]]'' (1947) * ''[[The Woman from Tangier]]'' (1948) * ''[[Tyrant of the Sea]]'' (1950) * ''[[Against All Flags]]'' (1952) * ''[[The Black Shield of Falworth]]'' (1954) * ''[[Jump into Hell]]'' (1955) * ''[[Ride the High Iron]]'' (1956) * ''[[China Gate (1957 film)|China Gate]]'' (1957) * ''[[Lafayette Escadrille (film)|Lafayette Escadrille]]'' (1958) * ''[[Twilight for the Gods]]'' (1958) * ''[[The Black Chapel]]'' (1959) * ''[[Scent of Mystery]]'' (1960) * ''[[Armored Command]]'' (1961) * ''[[King of Kings (1961 film)|King of Kings]]'' (1961) * ''[[Werewolf in a Girls' Dormitory]]'' (1961) * ''[[Come Fly with Me (film)|Come Fly with Me]]'' (1963) * ''[[Captain Sindbad]]'' (1963) * ''[Take Her, She's Mine]]'' (1963) * ''[[What a Way to Go!]]'' (1964) * ''[[The Pleasure Seekers (1964 film)|The Pleasure Seekers]]'' (1964) * ''[[Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion]]'' (1965) * ''[[Gambit (1966 film)|Gambit]]'' (1966) * ''[[Monkeys, Go Home!]]'' (1967) * ''[[Double Trouble (1967 film)|Double Trouble]]'' (1967) * ''[[Caprice (1967 film)|Caprice]]'' (1967) * ''[[The Poseidon Adventure (1972 film)|The Poseidon Adventure]]'' (1972) (uncredited) * ''[[Herbie Rides Again]]'' (1974) * ''[[The Jerk]]'' (1979) * ''[[The Big Red One]]'' (1980) * ''[[Deal of the Century]]'' (1983) * ''[[Dragnet (1987 film)|Dragnet]]'' (1987) {{div col end}} ==References== {{reflist}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Marsac, Maurice}} [[Category:1915 births]] [[Category:2007 deaths]] [[Category:French actors]] [[Category:French croquet players]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maurice_Marsac

Dipyanone #
Meodipt: {{drugbox | drug_name = Dipyanone | image = Dipipanone-pyrrolidine_structure.png | legal_UK = | legal_DE = | C = 23 | H = 29 | N = 1 | O = 1 | IUPAC_name = 4,4-diphenyl-6-(1-pyrrolidinyl)-heptan-3-one | CAS_number = 60996-94-3 | ChemSpiderID = | PubChem = | smiles = CCC(=O)C(CC(C)N1CCCC1)(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 | StdInChI = | StdInChIKey = }} '''Dipyanone''' is an [[opioid]] [[analgesic]] which has been sold as a [[designer drug]]. It is closely related to medically used drugs such as [[methadone]], [[dipipanone]] and [[phenadoxone]], but is slightly less potent.<ref>{{Cite journal | doi = 10.1039/JR9500002158| title = 444. Search for new analgesics. Part IV. Variations in the basic side-chain of amidone| journal = Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed)| pages = 2158| year = 1950| vauthors = Ofner P, Walton E }}</ref><ref>{{cite book | vauthors = Lenz GR, Evans SM, Walters DE, Hopfinger AJ | title = Opiates | date = 1986 | pages = 406–407 | publisher = Academic Press | isbn = 978-0-12-443830-9 }}</ref> == See also == * [[Desmethylmoramide]] * [[IC-26]] * [[Nufenoxole]] * [[Pyrrolidinylthiambutene]] == References == {{reflist}} {{Opioidergics}} [[Category:Opioids]] [[Category:Pyrrolidines]] [[Category:Mu-opioid agonists]] {{analgesic-stub}} {{pharm-stub}}
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Baliakheri railway station #
Pinakpani: reference {{Short description|Railway station in Uttar Pradesh}} {{Infobox station | name = Baliakheri | native_name = | native_name_lang = | style = Indian Railways | type = [[Passenger train]] station | image = Baliakheri railway station - Station board.jpg | caption = | address = [[Baliakheri]], [[Saharanpur district]], [[Uttar Pradesh]] | country = [[India]] | coordinates = {{Coord|29.9285|N|77.63368|E|format=dms}} | elevation = {{cvt|276|m}} | owned = [[Indian Railways]] | operator = Northern Railway | line = [[Moradabad–Ambala line]] | platform = 3 | tracks = 2 | other = | ADA = | parking = | structure = Standard (on ground station) | code = {{Indian railway code | code = BAE | zone = [[Northern Railway zone]] | division = {{rwd|Moradabad}} }} | status = Active | closed = | former = [[Oudh and Rohilkhand Railway]] | opened = 1886 | rebuilt = | electrified = Yes | pass_system = | pass_year = | pass_percent = | services = {{s-rail|title=Indian Railways}} {{s-line|system=Indian Railways|previous= Sunehti Kharkhari|next= Saharanpur Junction|line=Northern Railway zone|branch= [[Moradabad–Ambala line]]|rows1=1}} | map_locator = }} '''Baliakheri railway station''' is a railway station on [[Moradabad–Ambala line]] under the [[Moradabad railway division]] of [[Northern Railway zone]]. This is situated at [[Baliakheri]] in [[Saharanpur district]] of the Indian state of [[Uttar Pradesh]].<ref>{{Cite web|title=Baliakheri Railway Station Map/Atlas NR/Northern Zone - Railway Enquiry|url=https://indiarailinfo.com/station/map/baliakheri-bae/2690|access-date=2021-06-14|website=indiarailinfo.com}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|last=TTI|title=BAE / Baliakheri Railway Station {{!}} Train Arrival / Departure Timings at Baliakheri|url=http://www.totaltraininfo.com/station/bae/|access-date=2021-06-14|website=www.totaltraininfo.com|language=en}}</ref> ==References== {{reflist}} [[Category:Railway stations in Saharanpur district]] [[Category:Moradabad railway division]]
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National Integrated Health Wellness Care Network #
Chanakya Netha: Created page for NIHWN using reliable news sources '''NIHWN''' <ref>{{Cite news|title=NIHWN Introduces 'Sanjeevan', an Innovative COVID-19 Self Evaluation Assessment Platform|work=[[Times of India]]|url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/nihwn-introduces-sanjeevan-an-innovative-covid-19-self-evaluation-assessment-platform/articleshow/74831410.cms}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|title=Sanjeevan: HealthTech AI Engine by NIHWN|url=http://www.uniindia.com/sanjeevan-healthtech-ai-engine-by-nihwn/newsvoir/news/1930498.html|url-status=live}}</ref>(''National Integrated Healthcare Wellness Network'') is a Health & Wellness Organisation Location in Hyderabad, India and Founded by [[Kotii Reddy|Dr. Kotii Reddy Saripalli]] in the year 2014.<ref>{{Cite web|title=NIHWN - Aboutus|url=https://www.nihwn.co/aboutus|url-status=live}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|title=Sanjeevan: HealthTech AI Engine by NIHWN|url=https://startupsuccessstories.in/sanjeevan-healthtech-ai-engine-by-nihwn/|url-status=live}}</ref>{{Infobox organization | name = National Integrated Health Wellness Care Network | image = | caption = | founder = [[Dr. Kotii Reddy Saripalli]] | dissolved = | type = Health & Wellness Organization | registration_id = | location = Hyderabad<br />India | origins = India | area_served = Hyderabad | owner = | revenue = | endowment = | footnotes = | num_employees = | num_members = | subsid = | num_volunteers = | former name = | homepage = {{url|https://www.nihwn.co/}} | webpage = | founded_date = 2014 }} == Introduction == NIHWN – National Integrated Health Wellness Care Network is a realtime health & wellness care platform founded by kotii group<ref>{{Cite news|title=NIHWN Introduces 'Sanjeevan', an Innovative COVID-19 Self Evaluation Assessment Platform|work=Bloom Berg|url=https://www.bloomberg.com/press-releases/2020-03-26/nihwn-introduces-sanjeevan-an-innovative-covid-19-self-evaluation-assessment-platform}}</ref>.<ref>{{Cite news|title=NIHWN Introduces 'Sanjeevan', an Innovative COVID-19 Self Evaluation Assessment Platform|work=[[Yahoo News]]|url=https://in.news.yahoo.com/nihwn-introduces-sanjeevan-innovative-covid-124530888.html}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news|title=NIHWN Introduces 'Sanjeevan', an Innovative COVID-19 Self Evaluation Assessment Platform|work=India Herald|url=https://www.indiaherald.com/POLITICS/Read/479205/NIHWN-Introduces-Sanjeevan-an-Innovative-COVID-19-Self-Evaluation-Assessment-Platform/}}</ref> == Campaigns == NIHWN created Sanjeevan HealthTech AI Engine which is Self Evaluation Assessment Platform to Identify At-Risk Patients of COVID-19 for all Indians.<ref>{{Cite news|title=NIHWN Introduces 'Sanjeevan', an Innovative COVID-19 Self Evaluation Assessment Platform|work=Today24|url=https://today24.pro/238709680/}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news|title=NIHWN Introduces 'Sanjeevan', an Innovative COVID-19 Self Evaluation Assessment Platform|work=[[Daily Excelsior]]|url=https://epaper.dailyexcelsior.com/epaperpdf/2020/mar/20mar27/page12.pdf}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news|title=NIHWN Introduces 'Sanjeevan', an Innovative COVID-19 Self Evaluation Assessment Platform|work=[[Business Standard]]|url=https://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/nihwn-introduces-sanjeevan-an-innovative-covid-19-self-evaluation-assessment-platform-120032601186_1.html}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news|title=In Brief: Swiggy to deliver groceries in 150 cities; QTalk secures $1.6 mn from Accel, Lightspeed|work=Tech Circle|url=https://www.techcircle.in/2020/03/27/in-brief-swiggy-to-deliver-groceries-in-150-cities-qtalk-secures-1-6-mn-from-accel-lightspeed}}</ref> == External links == * [https://www.nihwn.co/ NIHWN Official Website] * [https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCD0_e5SCEXTO_430KkkhcPg NIHWN Official Youtube Channel] == Reference == [[Category:Child development organizations]] [[Category:Charitable trusts]] [[Category:Public health]] <references />
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Terellia vilis #
Simuliid: {{short description|A species of fly}} {{speciesbox | image = | image_caption = | genus = Terellia | species = vilis | authority = ([[Erich Martin Hering|Hering]], 1961)<ref name="Hering1961">{{cite journal |last1=Hering |first1=E.M. |title=Ergebnisse der Deutschen Afghanistan-Expedition 1956 der Landessammlungen fur Naturkunde Karlsruhe, Trypetidae (Diptera) (56. Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Trypetidae) |journal=Beitr. Naturkd. Forsch. Sudwestdtschl. |date=1961 |volume=19 |pages=319–331}}</ref> | display_parents = 3 | synonyms = *''Galada vilis'' <small>[[Erich Martin Hering|Hering]], 1961</small><ref name="Hering1961"/> }} '''''Terellia vilis''''' is a species of tephritid or fruit flies in the genus ''[[Terellia]]'' of the family [[Tephritidae]].<ref name="Norrbom1999">{{cite journal |last1=Norrbom |first1=A.L. |last2=Carroll |first2=L.E. |last3=Thompson |first3=F.C. |last4=White |first4=I.M |last5=Freidberg |first5=A. |title=Systematic Database of Names. Pp. 65-252. In Thompson, F. C. (ed.), Fruit Fly Expert Identification System and Systematic Information Database. |journal=Myia |date=1999 |volume=9 |pages=vii + 524}}</ref> ==Distribution== [[Tajikistan]], [[Afghanistan]]. ==References== {{reflist}} [[Category:Tephritinae]] [[Category:Insects described in 1961]] [[Category:Diptera of Asia]] {{tephritinae-stub}}
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Sinazeze #
Spokane Ball yt: created article "Sinazeze" Sinazeze is a small town located in the [[Southern Province, Zambia|Southern Province]] of [[Zambia]].<ref>{{Cite book|last=Zambia.|url=http://worldcat.org/oclc/183438636|title=Zambia.|date=1966-1967|publisher=Zambia Information Services|oclc=183438636}}</ref> Sinazeze is about 17 km (11 miles) away from [[Sinazongwe]]. Sinazeze's closest hotels are;<ref>{{Cite book|last=Raoul.|first=Schrott,|url=http://worldcat.org/oclc/51195951|title=Hotels|date=1998|publisher=Deutscher Taschenbuch|isbn=3-423-12585-3|oclc=51195951}}</ref> * [[Protea Hotel]] [[Zambezi river|Zambezi River]] (in [[Katima Mulilo]], distanced approximately 330 km) * [[Nkasa Lupala tented Lodge]] (distanced approximately 420 km) * [[Namushasha Country Lodge]] (in [[Kongola]], distanced approximately 450 km) * [[Ndhovu Safari Lodge]] (in [[Mahango]], distanced approximately 620 km) * [[Tsumkwe Country Lodge]] (in [[Tsumkwe]], distanced approximately 780 km) * [[Ohange Namibia Lodge]] (in [[Otavi]], distanced approximately 1 100 km) == References == <references />
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sinazeze

1997 Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation election #
Nitesh003: + 4 categories using HotCat {{Infobox election | election_name = 1997 Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation election | image2 = File:INC Logo.png | seats_for_election = All 227 seats in BMC | title = MCD majority | after_election = [[Shiv Sena|SHS]] | posttitle = BMC majority after election | seats3 = 26 | seats2 = 48 | seats1 = 103 | image3 = File:Bharatiya Janata Party logo.svg | image1 = File:Logo of Shiv Sena.svg | type = parliamentary | party3 = Bharatiya Janata Party | party2 = Indian National Congress | party1 = Shiv Sena | next_year = 2002 | next_election = 2002 Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation election | country = India | election_date = 15 March 1997 | ongoing = No | majority_seats = 114 }}The '''1997 BMC election''' was held on 15 March 1997.<ref>{{Cite web|last=March 15|first=Smruti Koppikar|last2=March 15|first2=1997 ISSUE DATE:|last3=April 25|first3=1997UPDATED:|last4=Ist|first4=2013 15:24|title=Maharashtra: BJP sweep in corporation polls signals Congress' continued slide|url=https://www.indiatoday.in/magazine/states/story/19970315-maharashtra-bjp-sweep-in-corporation-polls-signals-congress-continued-slide-831233-1997-03-15|access-date=2021-06-14|website=India Today|language=en}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|title=BMC Election Results (1997-2012) - Infogram|url=https://infogram.com/bmc-election-results-1997-2012-1g57prdjne5l201|access-date=2021-06-14|website=infogram.com|language=en}}</ref> == Election results == [[Shiv Sena]], [[Indian National Congress]] and [[Bharatiya Janata Party|Bhartiya Janta Party]] are the major political parties in this election. {| class="wikitable" !Party !Seats |- |[[Shiv Sena]] |103 |- |[[Indian National Congress]] |48 |- |[[Bharatiya Janata Party]] |26 |- |} == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Local elections in Maharashtra]] [[Category:Elections in Maharashtra]] [[Category:Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation]] [[Category:Municipal corporation elections in India]]
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Washington Pakamisa #
RussBot: Bot: Change redirected category CAPS United F.C. players to CAPS United players {{short description|Zimbabwean footballer}} {{Infobox football biography | name = Washington Pakamisa | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date and age|1984|10|15|df=yes}} | birth_place= [[Harare]], Zimbabwe | height = 1.75 m | position = striker | currentclub= [[Mutare City Rovers F.C.|Mutare City Rovers]] | clubnumber = | years1 = 2004–2008 | clubs1 = [[CAPS United F.C.|CAPS United]] | years2 = 2009 | clubs2 = [[Gunners F.C.|Gunners]] | years3 = 2010 | clubs3 = [[Kiglon Bird FC|Kiglon Bird]] | years4 = 2011–2012 | clubs4 = [[CAPS United F.C.|CAPS United]] | years5 = 2013–2014 | clubs5 = [[Dynamos F.C.|Dynamos]] | years6 = 2015 | clubs6 = [[Liga Desportiva de Maputo]] | years7 = 2016–2017 | clubs7 = [[Ngezi Platinum F.C.|Ngezi Platinum]] | years8 = 2018– | clubs8 = [[Mutare City Rovers F.C.|Mutare City Rovers]] | nationalyears1= 2007 | nationalteam1 = [[Zimbabwe national football team|Zimbabwe]] | nationalcaps1 = 3 | nationalgoals1= 0 | pcupdate = 13 July 2020 | ntupdate = 13 June 2021 }} '''Washington Pakamisa''' (born 15 October 1984) is a Zimbabwean [[football striker]] who plays for [[Mutare City Rovers F.C.|Mutare City Rovers]].<ref>{{NFT player|22289}}</ref> ==References== {{reflist}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Pakamisa, Washington}} [[Category:1984 births]] [[Category:Living people]] [[Category:Zimbabwean footballers]] [[Category:Zimbabwe international footballers]] [[Category:CAPS United players]] [[Category:Gunners F.C. players]] [[Category:Kiglon F.C. players]] [[Category:Dynamos F.C. players]] [[Category:Liga Desportiva de Maputo players]] [[Category:Ngezi Platinum F.C. players]] [[Category:Association football forwards]] [[Category:Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League players]] [[Category:Zimbabwean expatriate footballers]] [[Category:Expatriate footballers in Mozambique]] [[Category:Zimbabwean expatriate sportspeople in Mozambique]] {{Zimbabwe-footy-bio-stub}}
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Terellia armeniaca #
Simuliid: ←Created page with '{{short description|A species of fly}} {{speciesbox | image = | image_caption = | genus = Terellia | species = armeniaca | authority = (Korneyev, 1985)<ref nam...' {{short description|A species of fly}} {{speciesbox | image = | image_caption = | genus = Terellia | species = armeniaca | authority = (Korneyev, 1985)<ref name="Korneyev1985">{{cite journal|last1=Korneyev|first1=V. A.|title=Fruit flies of the tribe Terelliini Hendel, 1927 (Diptera, Tephritidae) of the fauna of the USSR|journal=Entomol. Obozr.|date=1985|volume=64|pages=626–644}}</ref> | display_parents = 3 | synonyms = *''Cerajocera armeniaca'' <small>Korneyev, 1985</small><ref name="Korneyev1985"/> }} '''''Terellia armeniaca''''' is a species of tephritid or fruit flies in the genus ''[[Terellia]]'' of the family [[Tephritidae]].<ref name="Norrbom1999">{{cite journal |last1=Norrbom |first1=A.L. |last2=Carroll |first2=L.E. |last3=Thompson |first3=F.C. |last4=White |first4=I.M |last5=Freidberg |first5=A. |title=Systematic Database of Names. Pp. 65-252. In Thompson, F. C. (ed.), Fruit Fly Expert Identification System and Systematic Information Database. |journal=Myia |date=1999 |volume=9 |pages=vii + 524}}</ref> ==Distribution== [[Armenia]]. ==References== {{reflist}} [[Category:Tephritinae]] [[Category:Insects described in 1985]] [[Category:Diptera of Europe]] {{tephritinae-stub}}
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David Massamba #
Geschichte: Gabonese footballer {{short description|Gabonese footballer}} {{Infobox football biography | name = David Massamba | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date and age|1992|6|4|df=yes}} | birth_place= [[Kinshasa]], [[Zaïre]] | height = 1.75 m | position = midfielder | currentclub= [[CS Hammam-Lif]] | clubnumber = | years1 = 2012–2014 | clubs1 = [[US Bitam]] | years2 = 2015–2018 | clubs2 = [[CF Mounana]] | years3 = 2018– | clubs3 = [[CS Hammam-Lif]] | caps3 = 28 | goals3 = 1 | nationalyears1= 2015 | nationalteam1 = [[Gabon national football team|Gabon]] | nationalcaps1 = 4 | nationalgoals1= 0 | pcupdate = 13 July 2020 | ntupdate = 13 June 2021 }} '''David Massamba''' (born 4 June 1992) is a Gabonese [[football midfielder]] who plays for [[CS Hammam-Lif]].<ref>{{NFT player|60485}}</ref> ==References== {{reflist}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Massamba, David}} [[Category:1992 births]] [[Category:Living people]] [[Category:Gabonese footballers]] [[Category:Gabon international footballers]] [[Category:US Bitam players]] [[Category:CF Mounana players]] [[Category:CS Hammam-Lif players]] [[Category:Association football midfielders]] [[Category:Gabonese expatriate footballers]] [[Category:Expatriate footballers in Tunisia]] [[Category:Gabonese expatriate sportspeople in Tunisia]] [[Category:Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1 players]] {{Gabon-footy-bio-stub}}
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Date palm farming in Gujarat #
HariSinghw: [[Date palm]] in India occurs in the western border, especially in the [[Kutch district|Kutchh]] district of [[Gujarat]] with about 18286 ha. with a production of 171522 MT of fresh fruits. It was at initial stage in 2014. Among Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala and other states Gujarat is the top producer.<ref>{{Cite web|date=2019-07-23|title=Date Palm Farmers In Gujarat Have Come Together To Improve Their Lives And Product Quality|url=https://www.indiatimes.com/news/india/date-palm-farmers-in-gujarat-have-come-together-to-improve-their-lives-and-product-quality-371914.html|access-date=2021-06-14|website=IndiaTimes|language=en-IN}}</ref> Gujarat state gives subsidy to its producers.<ref>{{Cite web|last=Jun 19|first=Himansshu Bhatt / TNN /|last2=2014|last3=Ist|first3=13:45|title=Date palm farming catching up fast in South Gujarat {{!}} Surat News - Times of India|url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/surat/date-palm-farming-catching-up-fast-in-south-gujarat/articleshow/36814898.cms|access-date=2021-06-14|website=The Times of India|language=en}}</ref> == See also == * [[Date palm farming in Rajasthan]] * [[Date palm farming in Maharashtra]] * [[Date palm farming in Punjab]] * [[Date palm farming in Tamil Nadu]] ==See also== *[[Agriculture in India]] ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Agriculture in India}} [[Category:Agriculture in India]]
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Nicholas Lechmere (priest) #
Bashereyre: ←Created page with ''''Nicholas Lechmere''' ; d Winchester 11 July 1759) was an English priest in the 18th century.<ref>[https://theclergydatabase.org.uk/jsp/se...' '''Nicholas Lechmere''' ; d [[Winchester]] 11 July 1759) was an [[England|English]] [[priest]] in the 18th century.<ref>[https://theclergydatabase.org.uk/jsp/search/index.jsp CCEd</ref> Lechmere was born in [[London]] on 17 March 1719; and educated at [[Wadham College, Oxford]]. <ref name="Foster">{{alox2|title= Lechmere, Nicholas}}</ref> He was [[Archdeacon of Bournemouth|Archdeacon of Winchester]] from 1749 until his resignation a year later.<ref>{{Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae |last=Horn |first=Joyce M. |period=1541–1857|volume=3|pages=86–87}}</ref> ==Notes== {{reflist}} {{Subject bar |portal1= Biography |portal2= Christianity|portal3= History|portal4=England}} {{Archdeacons of Winchester (ancient)}} {{Hampshire}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Lechmere, Nicholas}} [[Category:1719 births]] [[Category:People from London]] [[Category:Year of death missing]] [[Category:Archdeacons of Winchester (ancient)]] [[Category:Alumni of Wadham College, Oxford]] {{England-Anglican-clergy-stub}}
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2021–22 in Polish football #
CzeCze11: /* League competitions */ {{Infobox football country season | country = Poland | season = 2021–22 | division1 = [[2021–22 Ekstraklasa|Ekstraklasa]] | champions1 = | division2 = [[2021–22 I liga|I liga]] | champions2 = | division3 = [[2021–22 II liga|II liga]] | champions3 = | domestic = [[2021–22 Polish Cup|Polish Cup]] | dchampions = | supercup = [[2021 Polish SuperCup|Polish SuperCup]] | schampions = | prevseason = 2020–21 | nextseason = 2022–23 | flagicon = no }} {| class="infobox football" style="width: 19em; text-align: center;" |- ! colspan=3 style="font-size: 16px;" |2021–22 in Polish football |- | colspan=3 style="font-size: 12px; background: #BFD7FF;" | '''Teams in Europe''' |- | colspan=3 style="font-size: 12px;" | [[Legia Warsaw]]<br />[[Raków Częstochowa]]<br />[[Pogoń Szczecin]]<br />[[Śląsk Wrocław]] |- | colspan=3 style="font-size: 12px; background: #BFD7FF;" | '''Poland national team''' |- | colspan=3 style="font-size: 12px;" | [[2022 FIFA World Cup qualification]] |} The '''2021–22 season''' will be the 97th season of competitive [[football in Poland]]. ==Men's football== ===League competitions=== ====Ekstraklasa==== {{main|2021–22 Ekstraklasa}} {{:2021–22 Ekstraklasa|transcludesection=League table}} ====I liga==== {{main|2021–22 I liga}} ====II liga==== {{main|2021–22 II liga}} ====III liga==== {{main|2021–22 III liga}} ===Cup competitions=== ====Polish Cup==== {{main|2021–22 Polish Cup}} ==UEFA competitions== ===UEFA Champions League=== {{Main|2021–22 UEFA Champions League}} ===UEFA Europa Conference League=== {{Main|UEFA Europa Conference League}} == National team == === Poland national football team === {{main|Poland national football team}} ==== Friendlies ==== ====2022 FIFA World Cup qualification==== =====Group B===== {{main|2022 FIFA World Cup qualification – UEFA Group I}} {{2022 FIFA World Cup qualification – UEFA group tables|Group I|show_matches=yes|only_pld_pts=no_hide_class_rules}} ==Notes== {{notelist-ua}} {{Reflist|group=note}} ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Polish football seasons|2021}} {{2021–22 in Polish football}} {{2021–22 in European football (UEFA)}} {{2021–22 in European women's football (UEFA)}} {{DEFAULTSORT:2021-22 in Polish football}} [[Category:2021–22 in Polish football| ]] [[Category:2021 in Polish sport|Football]] [[Category:2022 in Polish sport|Football]] [[Category:2021 in association football|Poland]] [[Category:2022 in association football|Poland]]
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Aly Badara Soumah #
Geschichte: Guinean footballer {{short description|Guinean footballer}} {{Infobox football biography | name = Aly Badara Soumah | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date and age|1990|1|24|df=yes}} | birth_place= [[Conakry]], Guinea | height = 1.80 m | position = midfielder | currentclub= | clubnumber = | years1 = 2010–2012 | clubs1 = [[Horoya AC]] | years2 = 2013 | clubs2 = [[Satellite FC]] | years3 = 2013–2016 | clubs3 = [[Horoya AC]] | years4 = 2016–2017 | clubs4 = [[Hafia FC]] | nationalyears1= 2011–2013 | nationalteam1 = [[Guinea national football team|Guinea]] | nationalcaps1 = 3 | nationalgoals1= 0 | pcupdate = 13 June 2021 | ntupdate = 13 June 2021 }} '''Aly Badara Soumah''' (born 24 January 1990) is a retired Guinean [[football midfielder]].<ref>{{NFT player|45039}}</ref> ==References== {{reflist}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Soumah, Aly Badara}} [[Category:1990 births]] [[Category:Living people]] [[Category:Guinean footballers]] [[Category:Guinea international footballers]] [[Category:Horoya AC players]] [[Category:Satellite FC players]] [[Category:Hafia FC players]] [[Category:Association football midfielders]] {{Guinea-footy-bio-stub}}
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Sabotsy Namehana #
Tonton Bernardo: img {{Infobox settlement <!--See the Table at Infobox Settlement for all fields and descriptions of usage--> <!-- Basic info ----------------> |official_name = Sabotsy Namehana |other_name = |native_name = <!-- for cities whose native name is not in English --> |nickname = |settlement_type = <!--For Town or Village (Leave blank for the default City)--> |motto = <!-- images and maps -----------> |image_skyline = Main road Sabotsy Namehana.JPG |imagesize = 200px |image_caption = Main road Sabotsy Namehana |image_flag = |flag_size = |image_seal = |seal_size = |image_shield = |shield_size = |image_blank_emblem = |blank_emblem_type = |blank_emblem_size = |image_map = |mapsize = |map_caption = |image_map1 = |mapsize1 = |map_caption1 = |pushpin_map = Madagascar<!-- the name of a location map as per http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Location_map --> |pushpin_label_position =bottom |pushpin_map_caption =Location in Madagascar |pushpin_mapsize =180 <!-- Location ------------------> |subdivision_type = Country |subdivision_name = {{MAD}} |subdivision_type1 = [[Regions of Madagascar|Region]] |subdivision_name1 = [[Analamanga]] |subdivision_type2 = [[Districts of Madagascar|District]] |subdivision_name2 = [[Antananarivo-Avaradrano (district)|Antananarivo Avaradrano]] |subdivision_type3 = |subdivision_name3 = <!-- Politics -----------------> |government_footnotes = |government_type = |leader_title = Mayor |leader_name = Mary Thomasson Andriamosa Avotraina |leader_title1 = <!-- for places with, say, both a mayor and a city manager --> |leader_name1 = |leader_title2 = |leader_name2 = |leader_title3 = |leader_name3 = |leader_title4 = |leader_name4 = |established_title = <!-- Settled --> |established_date = |established_title2 = <!-- Incorporated (town) --> |established_date2 = |established_title3 = <!-- Incorporated (city) --> |established_date3 = <!-- Area ---------------------> |area_magnitude = |unit_pref = <!--Enter: Imperial, if Imperial (metric) is desired--> |area_footnotes = |area_total_km2 = <!-- ALL fields dealing with a measurements are subject to automatic unit conversion--> |area_land_km2 = 17 <!--See table @ Template:Infobox Settlement for details on automatic unit conversion--> |area_water_km2 = |area_total_sq_mi = |area_land_sq_mi = |area_water_sq_mi = |area_water_percent = |area_urban_km2 = |area_urban_sq_mi = |area_metro_km2 = |area_metro_sq_mi = |area_blank1_title = |area_blank1_km2 = |area_blank1_sq_mi = <!-- Population -----------------------> |population_as_of = 2018 |population_footnotes = |population_total = 57,363 |population_note = |population_density_km2 = |population_density_sq_mi = |population_metro = |population_density_metro_km2 = |population_density_metro_sq_mi = |population_urban = |population_density_urban_km2 = |population_density_urban_sq_mi = |population_blank1_title =Ethnicities |population_blank1 = |population_blank2_title =Religions |population_blank2 = |population_density_blank1_km2 = |population_density_blank1_sq_mi= <!-- General information ---------------> |timezone = [[East Africa Time|EAT]] |utc_offset = 3 |timezone_DST = |utc_offset_DST = |coordinates = {{coord|18|50|S|47|33|E|region:MG|display=inline}} |elevation_footnotes= |elevation_m = 1349 |elevation_ft = <!-- Area/postal codes & others --------> |postal_code_type = postal code <!-- enter ZIP code, Postcode, Post code, Postal code... --> |postal_code = 103 |area_code = |blank_name = |blank_info = |blank1_name = |blank1_info = |website = |footnotes = }} '''Sabotsy Namehana''' is a rural commune in [[Analamanga]] Region, in the [[Central Highlands (Madagascar) | Central Highlands]] of [[Madagascar]]. It belongs to the district of [[Antananarivo-Avaradrano (district)|Antananarivo Avaradrano]] and its populations numbers to 57,363 in 2018. It is located in the North of [[Antananarivo]] along the [[Route nationale 3 (Madagascar)|National Road 3]]. ==Economy== The economy is based on agriculture. Rice, [[corn]], peanuts, [[beans]], [[manioc]] are the main crops. ==Personalities== *[[Hery Rajaonarimampianina]] (* 1958), politician ==References== {{reflist}} *[https://sabotsy-namehana.com/ Commune Sabotsy Namehana] *[http://i-tantsoroka.mg/dossier/communemonographie/monographie-sabotsy-namehana.pdf Monographie de la Commune] ==External links== {{Analamanga Region}} [[de:Sabotsy Namehana]] [[Category:Populated places in Analamanga]] {{Analamanga-geo-stub}}
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Laki Senanayake #
Cossde: ←Created page with ''''Laki Senanayake''' (1937 - 2021) was a Sri Lankan sculptor and painter. ==Early life and education== Born in 1931, to Reginald S. Vincent Senanayake and...' '''Laki Senanayake''' (1937 - 2021) was a [[Sri Lanka]]n sculptor and painter. ==Early life and education== Born in 1931, to Reginald S. Vincent Senanayake and Florence Senanayake, he was the second of six children. His father who was a [[planter]] by profession, was a Marxist and became a founding member of the [[Lanka Sama Samaja Party]] (LSSP), serving as its treasurer from 1935 to 1939. During [[world war two]], Reginald "Reggie" Senanayake went into hiding and was later arrested and detained by the British colonial administration due to the anti war movement of the LSSP. Released after the war, Senanayake died in 1946. His wife took over his political activities and was elected as the first female [[Member of Parliament (Sri Lanka)|member of parliament]] in 1947.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.marxists.org/glossary/people/s/e.htm|work=Encyclopedia of Marxism|title=Glossary of People|publisher=Marxists Internet Archive|author=Ervin, Charles Wesley|access-date=9 August 2017}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.slelections.gov.lk/web/images/pdf/general-election-results/general-election-1947.pdf |title=Result of Parliamentary General Election 1947 |publisher=Department of Elections, Sri Lanka |access-date=9 August 2017 }}{{Dead link|date=December 2019 |bot=InternetArchiveBot |fix-attempted=yes }}</ref> Young Laki Senanayake grew up in rural country side due to the war and political activities of his parents. He received his secondary education at [[Royal College, Colombo]], where he won the annual art competition.<ref name="ST1">{{cite news |last1=Raheem |first1=Ismeth |title=Laki as I knew him |url=http://www.sundaytimes.lk/210606/plus/laki-as-i-knew-him-445889.html |access-date=14 June 2021 |publisher=Sunday Times}}</ref> ==Career== Following his schooling, Senanayake found work as an assistant in an architect’s office, however he was soon sacked for organizing his co-workers to form a trade union. He was then employed by [[Geoffrey Bawa]] as a draughtsman, having noticed his talents. He soon developed close relationship with artists such as [[Bevis Bawa]], [[Donald Friend]], [[Ulrik Plesner]], [[Barefoot (retailer)|Barbara Sansoni]] and [[Ena de Silva]] who had a close relationship with Geoffrey Bawa. By 1970's Senanayake had established himself as an independent artist.<ref name="ST1"/> ==Personal life== He married Ranjini Perera in 1962. They had a daughter, Mintaka before they separated and Ranjini migrated to the [[United States]]. == References == <references/> == External links == {{Authority control}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Senanayake, Laki }} [[Category:1937 births]] [[Category:2021 deaths]] [[Category:Alumni of Royal College, Colombo]] [[Category:Sinhalese artists]] [[Category:People of British Ceylon]] [[Category:Sri Lankan Buddhists]] [[Category:20th-century Sri Lankan painters]] [[Category:21st-century Sri Lankan painters]] [[Category:Buddhist artists]]
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Patricia Sohn #
Zackyles: ←Created page with ''''Patricia Sohn''', Ph.D., also published as Patricia Woods, is professor of political science and Jewish studies at University of Florida.<ref>{{cite web |...' '''Patricia Sohn''', Ph.D., also published as Patricia Woods, is professor of political science and Jewish studies at [[University of Florida]].<ref>{{cite web |title=Patricia J. Sohn {{!}} Department of Political Science |url=https://people.clas.ufl.edu/pjsohn/ |website=Ufl.edu}}</ref> ==Books== *Sohn, Patricia (2021-01-17). SONGS FOR SHAMASH: Poems and Songs for the Sun. *Sohn, Patricia (2019-11-02). Kabul: Stories, Fairy Tales, & Parables for Generation X. *Sohn, Patricia. Karim: A Novella. *Woods, Patricia J. (2017-02-21). Judicial Power and National Politics, Second Edition: Courts and Gender in the Religious-Secular Conflict in Israel (2nd ed.). SUNY Press.<ref>{{cite journal |last1=Rubin |first1=Aviad |title=Book Review: Woods, P. (2008). Judicial Power and National Politics: Courts and Gender in the Religious-Secular Conflict in Israel. Albany: State University of New York Press |journal=Comparative Political Studies |date=2009-08-01 |volume=42 |issue=8 |pages=1131–1134 |doi=10.1177/0010414009334653 |url=https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0010414009334653?journalCode=cpsa |language=en |issn=0010-4140}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal |last1=Bellin |first1=Eva |title=Patricia Woods, Judicial Power and National Politics: Courts and Gender in the Religious–Secular Conflict in Israel (Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, 2008). Pp. 270. 24.95 paper. |journal=International Journal of Middle East Studies |date=2010/02 |volume=42 |issue=1 |pages=158–160 |doi=10.1017/S0020743809990675 |url=https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/international-journal-of-middle-east-studies/article/abs/patricia-woods-judicial-power-and-national-politics-courts-and-gender-in-the-religioussecular-conflict-in-israel-albany-ny-state-university-of-new-york-press-2008-pp-270-7500-cloth-2495-paper/3FEE7BF536F1FDE2278EB927130E0698 |language=en |issn=1471-6380}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal |last1=Cavari |first1=Amnon |title=Patricia J. Woods, Judicial Power and National Politics: Courts and Gender in the Religious-Secular Conflict in Israel |journal=Israel Studies Forum |date=2010-09-22 |volume=25 |issue=2 |pages=140–142 |url=https://go.gale.com/ps/anonymous?id=GALE%7CA249136583&sid=googleScholar&v=2.1&it=r&linkaccess=abs&issn=15572455&p=AONE&sw=w |language=English}}</ref> *Sohn, Patricia (2014-12-31). Le Lotus Café: Une Histoire de Dean et Fara à Londres The Lotus Cafe: A story of Dean and Fara in London: Une pièce en Français et en Anglais A Play in French and English (in French). == References == <!-- Inline citations added to your article will automatically display here. See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WP:REFB for instructions on how to add citations. --> {{reflist}} [[Category:Living people]] [[Category:University of Florida faculty]]
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2021 WMF World Cup #
AnomieBOT: Dating maintenance tags: {{Use dmy dates}} {{Use dmy dates|date=June 2021}} {{short description|The fourth edition of the WMF World Cup}} {{Infobox international football competition |image = |image_size = |caption = |country = {{UKR}} |dates =... 2021 |num_teams = [[#Teams|32]] |confederations = 5 |venues = [[#Venues|1]] |cities = 1 | champion_other = | count = | second_other = | third_other = | fourth_other = |matches = |goals = |attendance = |top_scorer = |player = |prevseason = [[2019 WMF World Cup|2019 ]] |nextseason = [[2023 WMF World Cup|2023]] }} The '''2021 World Minifootball Federation World Cup''' was the fourth edition of the [[WMF World Cup]], the world championship for men's national minifootball teams organized by the [[World Minifootball Federation]]. The tournament was contested in [[Kyiv ]], Ukraine , from.. to.... 2021. <ref> http://www.minifootball.com/pages/The-glory-to-the-winner </ref> ==Venue== All the matches of 2021 WMF World Cup are played in the Kyiv Minifoot Stadium in [[Kyiv]]. ==Qualified Teams== ==References== {{reflist}} ==External links== * [http://www.worldminifootball.com/ World Minifooball Federation official website] * [http://www.wmfworldcup.com/ World Cup 2021 website] {{World championships in 2021}} [[Category:WMF World Cup|2021]] [[Category:2021 in association football|WMF World Cup 2021]] [[Category:International association football competitions hosted by Ukraine |WMF World Cup 2021]] [[Category:2021 in Ukrainian sport|WMF]] [[Category:Sports competitions in Kyiv , Ukraine ]] [[Category: 2021 sports events in Ukrain|WMF]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2021_WMF_World_Cup

Balla Camara (footballer) #
Geschichte: cat {{short description|Guinean footballer}} {{Infobox football biography | name = Balla Camara | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date and age|1988|7|7|df=yes}} | birth_place= [[Conakry]], Guinea | height = 1.79 m | position = forward | currentclub= | clubnumber = | years1 = –2013 | clubs1 = [[Ashanti GB Siguiri|Ashanti GB]] | years2 = 2013–2015 | clubs2 = [[Horoya AC]] | years3 = 2015–2017 | clubs3 = [[Santoba FC]] | nationalyears1= 2013 | nationalteam1 = [[Guinea national football team|Guinea]] | nationalcaps1 = 2 | nationalgoals1= 0 | pcupdate = 13 June 2021 | ntupdate = 13 June 2021 }} '''Balla Camara''' (born 7 July 1988) is a retired Guinean [[football striker]].<ref>{{NFT player|52851}}</ref> ==References== {{reflist}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Camara, Balla}} [[Category:1988 births]] [[Category:Living people]] [[Category:Guinean footballers]] [[Category:Guinea international footballers]] [[Category:AS Ashanti Golden Boys players]] [[Category:Horoya AC players]] [[Category:Santoba FC players]] [[Category:Association football forwards]] {{Guinea-footy-bio-stub}}
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Saad al-Nasser #
Lilianasri: {{short description|Saudi Arabian footballer}} {{Infobox football biography |name = Saad Al-Nasser<br><small>سعد الناصر</small> |image = |caption = |fullname = Saad Fahad Al-Nasser |birth_date = {{birth date and age|2001|04|08|df=y}} |birth_place = [[Riyadh]], [[Saudi Arabia]] |height = |currentclub = [[Al Hilal SFC|Al-Hilal]] |clubnumber = 44 |position = [[Midfielder (association football)|Midfielder]] |youthyears1 = |youthclubs1 = [[Al Hilal SFC|Al-Hilal]] |years1 = 2021– |clubs1 = [[Al Hilal SFC|Al-Hilal]] |caps1 = 1 |goals1 = 0 |nationalyears1 = |nationalteam1 = |nationalcaps1 = |nationalgoals1 = |club-update = 14 June 2021 |nationalteam-update = }} '''Saad Fahad Al-Nasser''' ({{lang-ar|سعد فهد الناصر}}; born 8 April 2001) is a Saudi Arabian professional [[association football|footballer]] who plays as a [[midfielder]] for [[Saudi Professional League]] side [[Al Hilal SFC|Al-Hilal]].<ref>{{cite web |title=سعد فهد الناصر - Kooora|url=https://www.kooora.com/?player=125766}}</ref><ref name="mundial11">{{cite web|url=https://app.mundial11.com/players/95vlgr0gnzgezdmn|title=SAAD AL-NASSER|publisher=www.mundial11.ae|accessdate=2021-06-14}}</ref> ==Career== Al-Nasser started his career at the youth team of [[Al Hilal SFC|Al-Hilal]] and represented the club at every level.<ref>{{cite web |title=سعد الناصر - yallakora|url=https://www.yallakora.com/asian-champions-league/2693/Player/72382/%D8%B3%D8%B9%D8%AF-%D9%81%D9%87%D8%AF-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%86%D8%A7%D8%B5%D8%B1}}</ref> ==Career statistics== ===Club=== {{updated|14 June 2021.}}<ref>{{Soccerway|saad-fahad-al-nasser/68684|accessdate=14 June 2021}}</ref> {| class="wikitable" style="text-align: center" |- !rowspan="2"|Club !rowspan="2"|Season !colspan="3"|League !colspan="2"|Cup !colspan="2"|Continental !colspan="2"|Other !colspan="2"|Total |- !Division !Apps !Goals !Apps !Goals !Apps !Goals !Apps !Goals !Apps !Goals |- |rowspan=1 |[[Al Hilal SFC|Al-Hilal]] |[[2020–21 Saudi Professional League|2020–21]] |[[Saudi Professional League|Pro League]] ||0||0||0||0||1||0||colspan=2|—||1||0 |- ! colspan=3 | Career totals !0!!0!!0!!0!!1!!0!!0!!0!!1!!0 |} ;Notes {{Reflist|group=lower-alpha}} ==Honours== ===Al-Hilal=== *[[Saudi Professional League]]: [[2020–21 Saudi Professional League|2020–21]] ==References== {{reflist}} ==External links== * {{Soccerway|saad-al-nasser/68684}} {{Al-Hilal FC squad}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Nasser, Saad}} [[Category:2001 births]] [[Category:Living people]] [[Category:Sportspeople from Riyadh]] [[Category:Saudi Arabian footballers]] [[Category:Association football midfielders]] [[Category:Al Hilal SFC players]] [[Category:Saudi Professional League players]] {{SaudiArabia-footy-midfielder-stub}}
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Kemson Fofanah #
Geschichte: Sierra Leonean footballer {{short description|Sierra Leonean footballer}} {{Infobox football biography | name = Kemson Fofanah | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date and age|1994|5|23|df=yes}} | birth_place= [[Freetown]], Sierra Leone | height = 1.58 m | position = defender | currentclub= [[East End Lions F.C.|East End Lions]] | clubnumber = | years1 = 2011–2013 | clubs1 = [[Diamond Stars F.C.|Diamond Stars]] | years2 = 2014–2018 | clubs2 = [[East End Lions F.C.|East End Lions]] | years3 = 2018–2020 | clubs3 = [[Boldklubben af 1893|B 1893]] | caps3 = 17 | goals3 = 0 | years4 = 2020– | clubs4 = [[East End Lions F.C.|East End Lions]] | nationalyears1= 2017– | nationalteam1 = [[Sierra Leone national football team|Sierra Leone]] | nationalcaps1 = 4 <!-- in addition, he has 2 non-fifa caps --> | nationalgoals1= 1 | pcupdate = 13 June 2021 | ntupdate = 13 June 2021 }} '''Kemson Fofanah''' (born 23 May 1994) is a Sierra Leonean [[football defender]] who plays for [[East End Lions F.C.|East End Lions]].<ref>{{NFT player|60984}}</ref> ==References== {{reflist}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Fofanah, Kemson}} [[Category:1994 births]] [[Category:Living people]] [[Category:Sierra Leonean footballers]] [[Category:Sierra Leone international footballers]] [[Category:East End Lions F.C. players]] [[Category:Boldklubben af 1893 players]] [[Category:Association football defenders]] [[Category:Sierra Leonean expatriate footballers]] [[Category:Expatriate footballers in Denmark]] [[Category:Sierra Leonean expatriate sportspeople in Denmark]] [[Category:Danish 2nd Division players]] {{SierraLeone-footy-bio-stub}}
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kemson_Fofanah

2021 CAFA U-20 Women's Championship #
Arijit Tagore: /* Round Robin */ {{Infobox football tournament season | title = CAFA U-20 Women's Championship | year = 2021 | other_titles = | image = | image_size = | caption = | country = [[Tajikistan]] | dates = {{nowrap|11 June – 18 June 2021}} | venue = 1 | num_teams = 5 | defending_champions = | champions = | count = | runner-up = | champ_match_score = | matches = | goals = | attendance = | top_goal_scorer = | player_label = | player = | nextseason = | updated = }} The '''2021 CAFA U-20 Women's Championship''' is the ongoing 1st edition is an [[association football]] tournament for the women's U-20 national teams from the [[Central Asian Football Association|CAFA]]. It is hosted in [[Dushanbe]], [[Tajikistan]] and be played between 11 June to 19 June 2021.<ref>{{cite news|url=https://globalsportsarchive.com/competition/soccer/cafa-u-20-women-championship-2021-tajikistan/final-round/53804/|date=11 June 2021|title=CAFA U-20 Women's Championship to host Tajikistan|work=Global Sports Archive|access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> ==Participating nations== ==Venue== ==Round Robin== {{#invoke:Sports table|main|style=WDL |update= 11 June 2021 |source = [https://www.flashscore.com/football/asia/cafa-championship-women/ Flashscore] |team1=UZB |team2=IRN |team3=TJK |team4=KGZ |team5=AFG |win_AFG=0 |draw_AFG=0 |loss_AFG=0 |gf_AFG=0 |ga_AFG=0|status_AFG= |win_IRN=0 |draw_IRN=0 |loss_IRN=0 |gf_IRN=0|ga_IRN=0 |status_IRN= |win_KGZ=0 |draw_KGZ=0 |loss_KGZ=0 |gf_KGZ=0 |ga_KGZ=0|status_KGZ= |win_TJK=0 |draw_TJK=0 |loss_TJK=0 |gf_TJK=0 |ga_TJK=0|status_TJK=H |win_UZB=0 |draw_UZB=0 |loss_UZB=0 |gf_UZB=0|ga_UZB=0 |status_UZB= |name_AFG = {{fbwu|20|AFG}} |name_IRN = {{fbwu|20|IRN}} |name_KGZ = {{fbwu|20|KGZ}} |name_TJK = {{fbwu|20|TJK}} |name_UZB = {{fbwu|20|UZB}} |class_rules = 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Number of goals scored; }} ==Matches== {{Football box |date = 11 June 2021 |time = [[UTC+05:00]] |team1 ={{fbwu-rt|20|UZB}} |score =11-0 |team2 ={{fbwu|20|AFG}} |report = |goals2 = |stadium =[[Pamir Stadium]] |location =[[Dushanbe]] |attendance = |referee = }} {{Football box |id = |date = 11 June 2021 |time = [[UTC+05:00]] |event = |round = |team1 ={{fbwu-rt|20|IRN}} |score =3-0 |team2 ={{fbwu|20|TJK}} |report = |goals2 = |stadium =[[Pamir Stadium]] |location =[[Dushanbe]] |attendance = |referee = }} {{Football box |date = {{Start date|2021|6|12|df=y}} |time = 19:00 |team1 = {{fbwu-rt|20|UZB}} |score = 0–2 |team2 = {{fbwu|20|KGZ}} |goals1 = |goals2 = |stadium = [[Pamir Stadium]] |location =[[Dushanbe]] |attendance = |referee = |report = }} ==Final== == Statistics== ===Goalscorers=== ==References== {{reflist}}
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2021_CAFA_U-20_Women%27s_Championship

Rukmani (name) #
Materialscientist: ←Created page with ''''Rukmini''' is a Hindic feminine given name and a surname that may refer to the following notable people: ;Given name *Rukmani Bai, Indian politician * ...' '''Rukmini''' is a Hindic feminine given name and a surname that may refer to the following notable people: ;Given name *[[Rukmani Bai]], Indian politician * [[Rukmani Devi]] (1923–1978), Sri Lankan film actress and singer *[[Rukmani Gounder]], New Zealand economist ;Surname *[[Kumari Rukmani]] (1929–2007), Indian actress and dancer *[[T. S. Rukmani]], Indian Sanskrit scholar ==See also== *[[Rukmini (given name)]] {{given name|type=both}} [[Category:Indian feminine given names]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rukmani_(name)

Rukmini (disambiguation) #
Materialscientist: ←Created page with ''''Rukmini''' (Sanskrit: रुक्मिणी) is a Hindu goddess. Rukmini may also refer to *Rukmini (given name) *Rukmini Foundation, a Pittsbu...' '''[[Rukmini]]''' (Sanskrit: रुक्मिणी) is a Hindu goddess. Rukmini may also refer to *[[Rukmini (given name)]] *[[Rukmini Foundation]], a Pittsburgh-based non-profit organization *[[Rukmini Devi Temple]] in Gujarat, India *[[Rukmini Devi Public School]] in north-west Delhi, India *''[[Rukmini Swayamvar]]'', a 1946 Bollywood film *''[[Krishna Rukmini]]'', a 1988 Indian Kannada-language film ==See also== *[[Rukmani]] {{disambiguation|given name|geo}}
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Rukmini (given name) #
Materialscientist: ←Created page with ''''Rukmini''' is a Hindic feminine given name that may refer to the following notable people: *Rukmini Bhaya Nair, Indian linguist, poet, writer and critic...' '''Rukmini''' is a Hindic feminine given name that may refer to the following notable people: *[[Rukmini Bhaya Nair]], Indian linguist, poet, writer and critic *[[Rukmini Callimachi]] (born 1973), Romanian-American journalist *[[Rukmini Chaudhary]], Nepalese politician *[[Rukmini Devi Arundale]] (1904–1986), Indian theosophist, dancer and choreographer *[[Rukmini Lakshmipathi]] (1892–1951), Indian independence activist *[[Rukmini Maitra]], Indian model and actress *[[Rukmini Sukarno]] (born c.1943), a daughter of the Indonesian President Sukarno *[[Rukmini Varma]] (born 1940), Indian artist *[[Rukmini Vijayakumar]], Indian choreographer, dancer and film actress ==See also== *[[Rukmani]] {{given name}} [[Category:Indian feminine given names]]
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Daouda Nabi #
Geschichte: Burkinabé footballer {{short description|Burkinabé footballer}} {{Infobox football biography | name = Daouda Nabi | image = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date and age|1989|12|31|df=yes}} | birth_place= [[Koudougou]], Burkina Faso | height = | position = midfielder | currentclub= [[ASFA Yennenga]] | clubnumber = | years1 = 2004–2010 | clubs1 = [[AJEB Bobo-Dioulasso]] | years2 = 2010–2012 | clubs2 = [[RC Bobo Dioulasso]] | years3 = 2013– | clubs3 = [[ASFA Yennenga]] | nationalyears1= 2015 | nationalteam1 = [[Burkina Faso national football team|Burkina Faso]] | nationalcaps1 = 1 | nationalgoals1= 0 | pcupdate = 13 June 2021 | ntupdate = 13 June 2021 }} '''Daouda Nabi''' (born 31 December 1989) is a Burkinabé [[football midfielder]] who plays for [[ASFA Yennenga]].<ref>{{NFT player|60984}}</ref> ==References== {{reflist}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Nabi, Daouda}} [[Category:1989 births]] [[Category:Living people]] [[Category:Burkinabé footballers]] [[Category:Burkina Faso international footballers]] [[Category:Burkinabé Premier League players]] [[Category:RC Bobo Dioulasso players]] [[Category:ASFA Yennenga players]] [[Category:Association football midfielders]] {{BurkinaFaso-footy-bio-stub}}
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Wytze Gerbens Hellinga #
Leutha: {{Short description|Dutch poet, university professor and dutch language specialist}} [[File:Professoren, groepsportretten, Hellinga, Wytze, Querido, Lotte, Bestanddeelnr 919-6646.jpg|thumb|Wytze and Lotte Hellinga with their ''Printing Types'', 1966]] '''Wytze Gerbens Hellinga''' (20 December, 1908 [[Haarlem]] - 16 March, 1985 [[London]]) was a [[Dutch people|Dutch]] professor of [[linguistics]] at the [[University of Amsterdam]]. Hellinga was the son of Gerben Hellinga, a school master and Taatske Zwart, a writer of children's books. Whilst his father adhered to the strict [[Dutch Reformed Church]] his mother was a militant socialist and friend of [[Nienke van Hichtum]], who encouraged her in her career.<ref name="Huygens ING">{{cite web |last1=Dibbets |first1=G.R.W. |title=Hellinga, Wytze [Gs] (1908-1985) |url=http://resources.huygens.knaw.nl/bwn1880-2000/lemmata/bwn3/hellinga |website=resources.huygens.knaw.nl |publisher=Huygens ING - Amsterdam |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=Dutch |date=2015-01-12}}</ref> Hellinga completed his doctorate on the pronunciation of the [[Dutch language]] in 1938 at the University of Amsterdam. He had been supervised by [[Willem Jacob Verdenius]].<ref name="Huygens ING"/> He was later appointed professor at the University in 1946. He remained at the university until his retirement in 1979.<ref name="uva">{{cite web |title=Album Academicum |url=http://albumacademicum.uva.nl/cgi/b/bib/bib-idx?type=simple;lang=nl;c=ap;rgn1=entirerecord;q1=hellinga;x=0;y=0;cc=ap;view=reslist;sort=achternaam;fmt=long;page=reslist;size=1;start=3 |website=albumacademicum.uva.nl |publisher=University of Amsterdam |access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> He discovered the only known extant copy of [[Joos Lambrecht]]'s sixteenth century first edition of the ''Naembouck'' (1547) in the library of the of the Groot Seminarie [[Warmond]].<ref name="Cickx-Indestege">{{cite journal |last1=Cickx-Indestege |first1=E. |title=The first edition of the Naembouck by Joos Lambrecht (1546) |journal=Quaerendo |date=1971 |volume=1 |issue=1 |pages=13–15 |doi=10.1163/157006971X00040 |url=https://brill.com/view/journals/qua/1/1/article-p13_4.xml}}</ref> In 1973 he married [[Lotte Hellinga]], a former student of his. They had co-authored the book ''The fifteenth-century printing types of the Low Countries'' published in 1966.<ref name="Huygens ING"/> ==References== {{reflist}} {{Commons|Category:Wytze Hellinga|Wytze Hellinga}} {{Authority file}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Hellinga, Wytze Gerbens}} [[Category:1908 births]] [[Category:1985 deaths]] [[Category:Linguists from the Netherlands]] [[Category:Dutch philologists]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wytze_Gerbens_Hellinga

Date palm farming in Rajasthan #
HariSinghw: /* See also */ Added links [[Date palm]] farming in [[Rajasthan]] was started in 2007.<ref>{{Cite web|date=2016-11-05|title=Date Palm farming in Rajasthan|url=https://www.rajras.in/date-palm-farming-rajasthan/|access-date=2021-06-14|website=RajRAS|language=en-US}}</ref> Rajasthan grows date palm varieties like Barhee, Khuneji, Khalas, Medjool, Khadravi, Jamli and Sagai.<ref>{{Cite web|date=2018-06-22|title=Rajasthan date palm production triples in three years|url=https://www.hindustantimes.com/jaipur/rajasthan-date-palm-production-triples-in-three-years/story-zrEZvUGrZd8PNL0YhMxbKL.html|access-date=2021-06-14|website=Hindustan Times|language=en}}</ref> India imports 38% of world's production of Date palm.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Rajasthan Date palm|url=https://rkvy.nic.in/Uploads/SucessStory/RAJASTHAN/2018/2018123509Date%20Palm.pdf|url-status=live}}</ref> Rajasthan produced nearly 800 tonnes of date palm from the first harvest in 2015-16.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Rajasthan produces 800 tonnes date palms from first harvest|url=https://www.businesstoday.in/sectors/agriculture/rajasthan-produces-800-tonnes-date-palms-from-first-harvest/story/236233.html|access-date=2021-06-14|website=www.businesstoday.in}}</ref> == See also == * [[Atul (company)]] * [[Date palm farming in Gujarat]] * [[Date palm farming in Maharashtra]] * [[Date palm farming in Punjab]] * [[Date palm farming in Tamil Nadu]] ==See also== *[[Agriculture in India]] ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Agriculture in India}} [[Category:Agriculture in India]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Date_palm_farming_in_Rajasthan

Otoplanidae #
RussBot: Bot: Change redirected category Flatworms to Platyhelminthes {{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = Otoplanidae |authority = }} '''Otoplanidae''' is a family of [[flatworms]] belonging to the order [[Proseriata]].<ref name="GBIF">{{cite web |title=Otoplanidae |url=https://www.gbif.org/species/7244 |website=www.gbif.org |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=en}}</ref> ==Genera== {{Expand section|date=June 2021}} Genera:<ref name="GBIF" /> * ''[[Alaskaplana]]'' <small>Ax & Armonies, 1990</small> * ''[[Americanaplana]]'' <small>Ax & Ax, 1967</small> * ''[[Archotoplana]]'' <small>Ax, 1956</small> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Taxonbar|from=Q6521769}} [[Category:Platyhelminthes]]
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2013 Elite One #
Geschichte: started {{Infobox football league season |logo = |competition = [[Elite One]] |season = 2013 |winners = |relegated = |continentalcup1 = [[2014 CAF Champions League|Champions League]] |continentalcup1 qualifiers = |continentalcup2 = [[2014 CAF Confederation Cup|Confederation Cup]] |continentalcup2 qualifiers = |league topscorer = |biggest home win = |biggest away win = |highest scoring = |matches = |total goals = |longest wins = |title = [[Coton Sport FC de Garoua|Cotonsport]] |longest unbeaten = |longest losses = |prevseason = [[2011–12 Elite One|2011–12]] |nextseason = [[2014 Elite One|2014]] }} The '''2013 [[Elite One]]''' was the 53rd season of the Cameroon Top League.<ref>[http://www.rsssf.com/tablesk/kam2013.html RSSSF]</ref> ==League table== <onlyinclude>{{#invoke:sports table|main|style=WDL |show_limit=5 |res_col_header=QR |team1=COT|name_COT=[[Coton Sport FC de Garoua|Cotonsport]] |win_COT=13|draw_COT=7|loss_COT=6|gf_COT=45|ga_COT=20|status_COT=C |team2=AST|name_AST=[[Astres FC|Les Astres]] |win_AST=13|draw_AST=5|loss_AST=8|gf_AST=29|ga_AST=20 |team3=UND|name_UND=[[Union Douala]] |win_UND=11|draw_UND=8|loss_UND=7|gf_UND=35|ga_UND=22 |team4=UNB|name_UNB=[[Unisport Bafang]] |win_UNB=10|draw_UNB=10|loss_UNB=6|gf_UNB=18|ga_UNB=16 |team5=CAN|name_CAN=[[Canon Yaoundé|Canon]] |win_CAN=7|draw_CAN=14|loss_CAN=5|gf_CAN=23|ga_CAN=27 |team6=FOV|name_FOV=[[Fovu Baham|Fovu Club]] |win_FOV=9|draw_FOV=7|loss_FOV=10|gf_FOV=25|ga_FOV=23 |team7=NJA|name_NJA=[[Njala Quan Sports Academy|Njala Quan]] |win_NJA=8|draw_NJA=10|loss_NJA=8|gf_NJA=29|ga_NJA=25 |team8=REN|name_REN=[[Renaissance FC de Ngoumou|Renaissance]] |win_REN=8|draw_REN=8|loss_REN=10|gf_REN=26|ga_REN=33 |team9=YSA|name_YSA=[[Yong Sports Academy]] |win_YSA=8|draw_YSA=10|loss_YSA=8|gf_YSA=16|ga_YSA=22 |team10=DOU|name_DOU=[[Douala Athletic Club|Douala AC]] |win_DOU=8|draw_DOU=7|loss_DOU=11|gf_DOU=26|ga_DOU=26 |team11=NEW|name_NEW=[[New Star de Douala|New Star]] |win_NEW=6|draw_NEW=12|loss_NEW=8|gf_NEW=23|ga_NEW=29 |team12=PAN|name_PAN=[[Panthère du Ndé|Panthère]] |win_PAN=5|draw_PAN=14|loss_PAN=7|gf_PAN=18|ga_PAN=28 |team13=SAB|name_SAB=[[Sable FC|Sable Batié]] |win_SAB=6|draw_SAB=8|loss_SAB=12|gf_SAB=13|ga_SAB=24 |team14=TON|name_TON=[[Tonnerre Yaoundé|Tonnerre]] |win_TON=6|draw_TON=8|loss_TON=12|gf_TON=19|ga_TON=30 |adjust_points_YSA=-3 |hth_YSA=3 points deducted. |col_CCL=#D0F0C0|text_CCL=[[2014 CAF Champions League]] |result1=CCL|result2=CCL |col_CCC=#BBEBFF|text_CCC=[[2014 CAF Confederation Cup]] |result3=CCC |col_CCCb=#BBEBFF|text_CCCb=[[2014 CAF Confederation Cup]] |note_res_CCCb=[[2013 Cameroonian Cup]] winners. |result9=CCCb |class_rules=1) points; 2) head-to-head results |update=16 March 2015 |source=http://www.rsssf.com/tablesk/kam2013.html }}</onlyinclude> Owing to an expansion of the [[2014 Elite One]] into 19 teams, no teams were relegated. ==References== {{reflist}} {{2013 in African football (CAF)}} {{Cameroonian Premier League seasons}} [[Category:2012–13 in African association football leagues|Cam]] [[Category:2013–14 in African association football leagues|Cam]] [[Category:2013 in Cameroonian football|1]] [[Category:Elite One seasons]]
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Ambohimalaza Miray #
Tonton Bernardo: new {{Infobox settlement <!--See the Table at Infobox Settlement for all fields and descriptions of usage--> <!-- Basic info ----------------> |official_name = Ambohimalaza Miray |other_name = |native_name = <!-- for cities whose native name is not in English --> |nickname = |settlement_type = <!--For Town or Village (Leave blank for the default City)--> |motto = <!-- images and maps -----------> |image_skyline = |imagesize = |image_caption = |image_flag = |flag_size = |image_seal = |seal_size = |image_shield = |shield_size = |image_blank_emblem = |blank_emblem_type = |blank_emblem_size = |image_map = |mapsize = |map_caption = |image_map1 = |mapsize1 = |map_caption1 = |pushpin_map = Madagascar<!-- the name of a location map as per http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Location_map --> |pushpin_label_position =bottom |pushpin_map_caption =Location in Madagascar |pushpin_mapsize =180 <!-- Location ------------------> |subdivision_type = Country |subdivision_name = {{MAD}} |subdivision_type1 = [[Regions of Madagascar|Region]] |subdivision_name1 = [[Analamanga]] |subdivision_type2 = [[Districts of Madagascar|District]] |subdivision_name2 = [[Antananarivo-Avaradrano (district)|Antananarivo Avaradrano]] |subdivision_type3 = |subdivision_name3 = <!-- Politics -----------------> |government_footnotes = |government_type = |leader_title = |leader_name = |leader_title1 = <!-- for places with, say, both a mayor and a city manager --> |leader_name1 = |leader_title2 = |leader_name2 = |leader_title3 = |leader_name3 = |leader_title4 = |leader_name4 = |established_title = <!-- Settled --> |established_date = |established_title2 = <!-- Incorporated (town) --> |established_date2 = |established_title3 = <!-- Incorporated (city) --> |established_date3 = <!-- Area ---------------------> |area_magnitude = |unit_pref = <!--Enter: Imperial, if Imperial (metric) is desired--> |area_footnotes = |area_total_km2 = 33 <!-- ALL fields dealing with a measurements are subject to automatic unit conversion--> |area_land_km2 = <!--See table @ Template:Infobox Settlement for details on automatic unit conversion--> |area_water_km2 = |area_total_sq_mi = |area_land_sq_mi = |area_water_sq_mi = |area_water_percent = |area_urban_km2 = |area_urban_sq_mi = |area_metro_km2 = |area_metro_sq_mi = |area_blank1_title = |area_blank1_km2 = |area_blank1_sq_mi = <!-- Population -----------------------> |population_as_of = 2018 |population_footnotes = |population_total = 15,988 |population_note = |population_density_km2 = |population_density_sq_mi = |population_metro = |population_density_metro_km2 = |population_density_metro_sq_mi = |population_urban = |population_density_urban_km2 = |population_density_urban_sq_mi = |population_blank1_title =Ethnicities |population_blank1 = |population_blank2_title =Religions |population_blank2 = |population_density_blank1_km2 = |population_density_blank1_sq_mi= <!-- General information ---------------> |timezone = [[East Africa Time|EAT]] |utc_offset = 3 |timezone_DST = |utc_offset_DST = |coordinates = {{coord|18|55|S|47|39|E|region:MG|display=inline}} |elevation_footnotes= |elevation_m = 1349 |elevation_ft = <!-- Area/postal codes & others --------> |postal_code_type = postal code <!-- enter ZIP code, Postcode, Post code, Postal code... --> |postal_code = 103 |area_code = |blank_name = |blank_info = |blank1_name = |blank1_info = |website = |footnotes = }} '''Ambohimalaza Miray''' is a rural commune in [[Analamanga]] Region, in the [[Central Highlands (Madagascar) | Central Highlands]] of [[Madagascar]]. It belongs to the district of [[Antananarivo-Avaradrano (district)|Antananarivo Avaradrano]] and its populations numbers to 15,988 in 2018. It is located in the East of [[Antananarivo]] along the [[Route nationale 2 (Madagascar)|National Road 2]]. ==Economy== The economy is based on agriculture. Rice, [[corn]], peanuts, [[beans]], [[manioc]] are the main crops. ==References== {{reflist}} *[https://fdl.mg/sites/default/myfiles/PCD/PCD/PCD%20AMBOHIMALAZA%20MIRAY/PCD%20AMBOHIMALAZA%20MIRAY.pdf Commune AMBOHIMALAZA MIRAY] ==External links== {{Analamanga Region}} [[Category:Populated places in Analamanga]] {{Analamanga-geo-stub}}
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Ototyphlonemertidae #
Estopedist1: ←Created page with '{{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = {{subst:PAGENAME}} |authority = }} '''{{subst:PAGENAME}}''' is a family of worms belonging to the o...' {{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = Ototyphlonemertidae |authority = }} '''Ototyphlonemertidae''' is a family of [[worm]]s belonging to the order [[Monostilifera]].<ref name="GBIF">{{cite web |title=Ototyphlonemertidae |url=https://www.gbif.org/species/6291 |website=www.gbif.org |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=en}}</ref> Genera:<ref name="GBIF" /> * ''[[Accirinia]]'' <small>Tshernyshev, 1993</small> * ''[[Otohelicophora]]'' <small>Envall, 1996</small> * ''[[Otonemertes]]'' <small>Dawydoff, 1937</small> * ''[[Ototyphlonemertes]]'' <small>Diesing, 1863</small> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Taxonbar|from=Q3827486}} [[Category:Nemerteans]]
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Teuchoporidae #
Estopedist1: ←Created page with '{{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = {{subst:PAGENAME}} |authority = }} '''{{subst:PAGENAME}}''' is a family of bryozoans belonging to t...' {{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = Teuchoporidae |authority = }} '''Teuchoporidae''' is a family of [[bryozoans]] belonging to the order [[Cheilostomatida]].<ref name="GBIF">{{cite web |title=Teuchoporidae |url=https://www.gbif.org/species/6027 |website=www.gbif.org |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=en}}</ref> Genera:<ref name="GBIF" /> * ''[[Coleopora]]'' <small>Canu & Bassler, 1927</small> * ''[[Lagenicella]]'' <small>Cheetham & Sandberg, 1964</small> * ''[[Laginipora]]'' * ''[[Teuchopora]]'' <small>Neviani, 1895</small> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Taxonbar|from=Q4172088}} [[Category:Cheilostomatida]]
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Robert Eden (priest) #
Fram: Correct layout, correct ref that didn't work, corrected year according to source, general cleanup '''Robert Eden''' (b [[Newcastle upon Tyne]] 26 August 1701; d [[Winchester]] 11 July 1759) was an [[England|English]] [[priest]].<ref>''Sermons: And Other Remains of Robert Lowth, Sometime Bishop of London'' [[Robert Lowth|Louth, R]] (Hall, P ed) p40: London, J.G. and F. Rivington; 1834</ref> Eden was educated at [[Lincoln College, Oxford]].<ref name="Foster">{{alox2|title= Eden, Robert (1)}}</ref> He was [[Ad eundem degree|incorporated]] at [[University of Cambridge|Cambridge]] in 1734.<ref>{{acad|EDN734R|Eden, Robert}}</ref> He was [[Archdeacon of Bournemouth|Archdeacon of Winchester]] from 1743 until his resignation in 1749. He was then archdeacon again from 1756 until his death.<ref>{{Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae |last=Horn |first=Joyce M. |period=1541–1857|volume=3|pages=86–87}}</ref> ==Notes== {{reflist}} {{Subject bar |portal1= Biography |portal2= Christianity|portal3= History|portal4=England}} {{Archdeacons of Winchester (ancient)}} {{Hampshire}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Eden, Robert }} [[Category:1701 births]] [[Category:People from Newcastle upon Tyne]] [[Category:1759 deaths]] [[Category:Archdeacons of Winchester (ancient)]] [[Category:Alumni of Lincoln College, Oxford]] {{England-Anglican-clergy-stub}}
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PTI-3 #
Meodipt: ←Created page with '{{drugbox | drug_name = PTI-3 | image = PTI-3_structure.png | legal_UK = | legal_DE = | C = 21 | H = 28 | F = 1 | N = 3 | O = 1 | S = 1 | IUPAC_name = N-({2-[1...' {{drugbox | drug_name = PTI-3 | image = PTI-3_structure.png | legal_UK = | legal_DE = | C = 21 | H = 28 | F = 1 | N = 3 | O = 1 | S = 1 | IUPAC_name = N-({2-[1-(5-fluoropentyl)-1H-indol-3-yl]-1,3-thiazol-4-yl}methyl)-2-methoxy-N-methylethanamine | CAS_number = | ChemSpiderID = | PubChem = | smiles = COCCN(C)Cc1csc(n1)c1cn(CCCCCF)c2ccccc21 | StdInChI = | StdInChIKey = }} '''PTI-3''' is an [[indole]]-3-[[thiazole]] based [[synthetic cannabinoid]] which has been sold as a [[designer drug]]. It was first identified in Hungary in 2020.<ref>{{cite document | url = https://www.emcdda.europa.eu/system/files/publications/13464/20205648_TD0320796ENN_PDF_rev.pdf | title = New psychoactive substances: global markets, glocal threats and the COVID-19 pandemic. An update from the EU Early Warning System | author = European Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction | location = Luxembourg | publisher = Publications Office of the European Union | date = December 2020 | doi = 10.2810/921262 }}</ref> == See also == * [[PTI-1]] * [[PTI-2]] == References == {{reflist}} {{Cannabinoids}} {{Cannabinoidergics}} [[Category:Indoles]] [[Category:Thiazoles]] [[Category:Cannabinoids]] [[Category:Designer drugs]] [[Category:Ethers]] {{cannabinoid-stub}} {{pharm-stub}}
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Gervase ndyanabo #
NBV2010: /* Career and Responsibilities */ Added more references <!-- Please do not remove or change this AfD message until the discussion has been closed. --> {{Article for deletion/dated|page=Gervase ndyanabo|timestamp=20210614073809|year=2021|month=June|day=14|substed=yes|help=off}} <!-- Once discussion is closed, please place on talk page: {{Old AfD multi|page=Gervase ndyanabo|date=14 June 2021|result='''keep'''}} --> <!-- End of AfD message, feel free to edit beyond this point --> {{notability|1=Biographies|date=June 2021}} Mr. Ndyanabo Ndyanabo is a Certified Accountant, a member of Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya, Member of Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda and Member of The Global Institute of Internal Auditors<ref>{{Cite web|title=NVL.UG Company Profile & Executives - New Vision Printing & Publishing Co. Ltd. - Wall Street Journal|url=https://www.wsj.com/market-data/quotes/UG/XUGA/NVL/company-people/executive-profile/16278809|access-date=2021-06-14|website=www.wsj.com}}</ref>. == Background and Education == Gervase Ndyanabo was born in the present [[Sheema District]] in Western Uganda. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) degree from Makerere University and an MBA from Edinburgh Business, United Kingdom<ref name=":0">{{Cite web|title=Director 9 – Finance Trust Bank|url=https://www.financetrust.co.ug/about-us/board-of-directors/director-9/|access-date=2021-06-14|language=en-US}}</ref>. == Career and Responsibilities == He started his career at Coopers and Lybrand, Chartered Accountants, Kampala before joining [https://www.newvision.co.ug/ New Vision Printing and Publishing Co. Ltd]. He joined New Vision Printing and Publishing Co. Ltd in 1989 as an Internal Auditor. He became Chief Internal Auditor in 1995 and then Company Secretary in 2005<ref>{{Cite web|date=2016-08-16|title=Senior Management|url=https://visiongroup.co.ug/senior-management/|access-date=2021-06-14|website=VISION GROUP|language=en-US}}</ref>. Gervase has served on several Boards including; member of the Board of Directors of the Global Institute of Internal Auditors, President of The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), Uganda, and member and Vice Chairman of Council of Uganda Martyrs University. He is currently the Chairman Board of Trustees of IIA Uganda, a member of the Disciplinary Committee of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda<ref>{{Cite web|date=2020-05-05|title=ICPAU Donates Shs 38.5m to National COVID Response Fund|url=https://chimpreports.com/icpau-donates-shs-38-5m-to-national-covid-response-fund/|access-date=2021-06-14|website=ChimpReports|language=en-US}}</ref>, board member of Finance Trust Bank<ref name=":0" /> and President of Uganda National Catholic Council of Lay Apostolate (UNCCLA)<ref>{{Cite web|last=Editorial|first=PML DAILY EDITOR {{!}} PML Daily|date=2020-06-02|title=GERVASE NDYANABO: Use Martyrs Day to pray for the end of COVID-19|url=https://www.pmldaily.com/oped/2020/06/gervase-ndyanabo-use-martyrs-day-to-pray-for-the-end-of-covid-19.html|access-date=2021-06-14|website=PML Daily|language=en-US}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|title=UGANDA: Newly-elected Laity Council leader vows to improve Lay Apostolate’s role in the Church|url=http://communications.amecea.org/index.php/2018/03/09/uganda-newly-elected-laity-council-leader-vows-to-improve-lay-apostolates-role-in-the-church/|access-date=2021-06-14|language=en-US}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|last=Correspondent|first=GEORGE OKELLO {{!}} PML Daily Senior|date=2020-05-05|title=COVID-19 UPDATE: Catholic Church donates 10 tonnes of relief food items to COVID-19 Fund|url=https://www.pmldaily.com/news/2020/05/covid-19-update-catholic-church-donates-to-national-covid-19-taskforce.html|access-date=2021-06-14|website=PML Daily|language=en-US}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|date=2020-05-07|title=Covid-19. En Uganda los obispos donan 10 toneladas de alimentos - Vatican News|url=https://www.vaticannews.va/es/iglesia/news/2020-05/covid-10-uganda-obispos-donan-10-toneladas-de-alimentos.html|access-date=2021-06-14|website=www.vaticannews.va|language=es}}</ref>. Gervase is an active member of Lions Clubs International and is currently the Global Leadership Team (GLT) Coordinator for Uganda. == References == <references /> == See also == * [[Uganda Episcopal Conference]] * [[Uganda Martyrs University]]
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Luule Komissarov #
Estopedist1: ←Created page with 'Luule Komissarov '''{{subst:PAGENAME}}''' (until 1964 '''Proos''', until 1969 '''Laanet''', until 1974 '''Paljasmaa...' [[File:Komissarov, Luule.IMG 8829.JPG|thumb|Luule Komissarov]] '''Luule Komissarov''' (until 1964 '''Proos''', until 1969 '''Laanet''', until 1974 '''Paljasmaa'''; born on 11 August 1942 [[Haapsalu]]) is an [[Estonia]]n actress.<ref name="ETBL">{{cite web |title=Komissarov, Luule - Eesti Entsüklopeedia |url=http://etbl.teatriliit.ee/artikkel/komissarov_luule1 |website=etbl.teatriliit.ee |access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> In 1965 she graduated from [[Tallinn State Conservatory]] Stage Art Department. 1965-1992 she played at [[Estonian Youth Theatre]]. Since 1996 she is playing at [[Ugala Theatre]]. Besides theatre roles she has played also in several films.<ref name="ETBL" /> Awards: * 1983: Estonian SSR merited artist<ref name="ETBL" /> * 2004: [[Order of the White Star]], IV class.<ref name="president.ee">{{cite web |title=Teenetemärkide kavalerid: Luule Komissarov|url=https://www.president.ee/et/vabariik/teenetemargid/kavaler/4367/luule-komissarov |website=www.president.ee |access-date=12 June 2021}}</ref> ==Filmography== {{Expand section|date=June 2021}} * 1993: "[[Õnne 13]]" * 1994: "[[Tulivesi]]" * 1995: "[[Wikmani poisid]]" * 2018: "[[Seltsimees laps]]" * 2019: "[[Tõde ja õigus]]" * 2020: "Hüvasti, NSVL" ==References== {{Reflist}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Komissarov, Luule}} [[Category:1942 births]] [[Category:Estonian actresses]]
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Akira Aizawa #
Hildreth gazzard: {{linkrot|date=June 2021}} {{short description|Japanese athlete (born 1997)}} {{Use dmy dates|date=June 2021}} '''Akira Aizawa''' (born 18 July 1997) is a [[Japan|Japanese]] [[long distance running|long distant runner]].<ref> https://worldathletics.org/athletes/japan/akira-aizawa-14675312</ref> On 4 December 2020, he won the [[10,000m]] race at the Japanese national championships in a time of 27:18:75 at the [[Nagai Stadium]], [[Osaka]]. In doing so, breaking the Japanese national record and ran the Olympic qualifying standard time to secure a place at his home [[2020 Tokyo Olympics]].<ref> https://runningmagazine.ca/sections/runs-races/japanese-national-10000m-championship-sees-17-men-break-28-minutes/</ref><ref> https://www.arabnews.jp/en/features/article_33708/</ref> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Authority control}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Aizawa, Akira }} [[Category:1997 births]] [[Category:Living people]] [[Category:Japanese male hurdlers]] {{Japan-athletics-bio-stub}}
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akira_Aizawa

1994 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC First Round #
Footy2000: {{main|1994 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC)}} {{Infobox international football competition | tourney_name = 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC First Round | alt = | caption = | host countries = | dates = {{nowrap|9 April – 7 July 1993, }} | num_teams = 29 | confederations = 1 | matches = 122 | goals = | attendance = {{#expr: }} | top_scorer = | prevseason = [[1990 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC First Round|1990]] | nextseason = [[1998 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC First Round|1998]] }} The '''first round''' of [[1994 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC)|AFC matches]] for '''[[1994 FIFA World Cup qualification]]''' was played from 9 April to 7 July 1993, to determine the six teams which would play for the two available [[1994 FIFA World Cup]] slots for [[Asian Football Confederation|AFC]]. ==Group stage== ===Group A=== <onlyinclude>{{#invoke:sports table|main|style=WDL |section=Group A |res_col_header=Q |winpoints=2 |team1=IRQ|name_IRQ={{fb|IRQ|1991}} |team2=CHN|name_CHN={{Flagicon|CHN}} [[China national football team|China]] |team3=YEM|name_YEM={{fb|YEM}} |team4=JOR|name_JOR={{fb|JOR}} |team5=PAK|name_PAK={{fb|PAK}} |win_IRQ=6|draw_IRQ=1|loss_IRQ=1|gf_IRQ=28|ga_IRQ=4 |win_CHN=6|draw_CHN=0|loss_CHN=2|gf_CHN=18|ga_CHN=4 |win_YEM=3|draw_YEM=2|loss_YEM=3|gf_YEM=12|ga_YEM=13 |win_JOR=2|draw_JOR=3|loss_JOR=3|gf_JOR=12|ga_JOR=15 |win_PAK=0|draw_PAK=0|loss_PAK=8|gf_PAK=2|ga_PAK=36 |col_A=#ccffcc|text_A= |result1=A |update=complete|source= }}</onlyinclude> ''Iraq'' advanced to the Final Round. {{Football box collapsible |date = 22 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|JOR}} |score = 1–1 |team2 = {{Fb|YEM}} |goals1 = [[Subhi Al-Gnimaz]] {{goal|65}} |goals2 = [[Wagdan Mahmoud Shadli]] {{goal|72}} |stadium = [[Al-Hassan Stadium]], [[Irbid]] |referee = Mohamed Al-Mulla Abdalaziz([[United Arab Emirates Football Association|United&nbsp;Arab&nbsp;Emirates]])) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 22 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|PAK}} |score = 0–5 |team2 = {{Fb|CHN}} |goals2 = [[Gao Hongbo]] {{Goal|38}} <br />[[Cai Sheng]]{{Goal|55||59||82}} <br />[[Hao Haidong]] {{Goal|71}} |stadium = [[Al-Hassan Stadium]], [[Irbid]] |attendance = 10,000 |referee = Ammar Ammar ([[Lebanon Football Association|Lebanon]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 24 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|JOR}} |score = 1–1 |team2 = {{Fb|IRQ|1991}} |goals1 = [[Jeris Tadrus]] {{goal|16}} |goals2 = [[Munthir Khalaf|Khalaf]] {{goal|75}} |stadium = [[Al-Hassan Stadium]], [[Irbid]] |referee = Pirom Anprasert([[Football Association of Thailand|Thailand]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 24 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|YEM}} |score = 5–1 |team2 = {{Fb|PAK}} |goals1 = [[Omar Mubarak]] {{goal|20||53}} <br> [[Ahmed Bareed]] {{goal|77}} <br> [[Wagdan Mahmoud Shadli]] {{goal|80}} <br> [[Mohamed Hassan Abdullah]] {{goal|82}} |goals2 = [[Tahir Agha]] {{goal|12}} |stadium = [[Al-Hassan Stadium]], [[Irbid]] |referee = Hossein Askari Milajerdi([[Football Federation Islamic Republic of Iran|Iran]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 26 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|JOR}} |score = 0–3 |team2 = {{Fb|CHN}} |goals2 = [[Gao Hongbo]] {{Goal|61}}<br />[[Wu Qunli]] {{Goal|66}}<br />[[Cai Sheng]] {{Goal|89}} |stadium = [[Al-Hassan Stadium]], [[Irbid]] |referee = Hossein Askari Milajerdi([[Football Federation Islamic Republic of Iran|Iran]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 26 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|YEM}} |score = 1–6 |team2 = {{Fb|IRQ|1991}} |goals1 = [[Asam Duraiban]] {{goal|16}} |goals2 = [[Laith Hussein|Hussein]] {{goal|1}} <br> [[Alaa Kadhim|A.Kadhim]] {{goal|22||76}} <br> [[Mahdi Kadhim|M.Kadhim]] {{goal|35}} <br> [[Ahmed Radhi|Radhi]] {{goal|55}} <br> [[Saad Qais|Qais]] {{goal|73}} |stadium = [[Al-Hassan Stadium]], [[Irbid]] |referee = Ammar Ammar ([[Lebanon Football Association|Lebanon]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 28 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|PAK}} |score = 0–8 |team2 = {{Fb|IRQ|1991}} |goals1 = |goals2 = [[Laith Hussein|Hussein]] {{goal|12}} <br> [[Saad Qais|Qais]] {{goal|21||70}} <br> [[Alaa Kadhim|A.Kadhim]] {{goal|27||75}} <br> [[Ahmed Radhi|Radhi]] {{goal|44}} <br> [[Munthir Khalaf|Khalaf]] {{goal|77}} <br> [[Naeem Saddam|Saddam]] {{goal|88}} |stadium = [[Al-Hassan Stadium]], [[Irbid]] |referee = Mohamed Al-Mulla Abdalaziz([[United Arab Emirates Football Association|United&nbsp;Arab&nbsp;Emirates]])) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 28 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|YEM}} |score = 1–0 |team2 = {{Fb|CHN}} |goals1 = [[Saleh Rabiah Ben]] {{Goal|62}} |stadium = [[Al-Hassan Stadium]], [[Irbid]] |attendance = 800 |referee = [[Jamal Al Sharif]]([[Syrian Arab Federation for Football|Syria]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 30 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|JOR}} |score = 3–1 |team2 = {{Fb|PAK}} |goals1 = [[Mohammad Muharam]] {{goal|8||89}} <br> [[Hisham Abdul-Munam]] {{goal|90}} |goals2 = [[Abdul Farooq]] {{goal|80}} |stadium = [[Al-Hassan Stadium]], [[Irbid]] |referee = [[Jamal Al Sharif]]([[Syrian Arab Federation for Football|Syria]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 30 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|IRQ|1991}} |score = 1–0 |team2 = {{Fb|CHN}} |goals1 = [[Ahmed Radhi|Radhi]] {{goal|55}} |goals2 = |stadium = [[Al-Hassan Stadium]], [[Irbid]] |referee = Pirom Anprasert([[Football Association of Thailand|Thailand]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 12 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|YEM}} |score = 1–1 |team2 = {{Fb|JOR}} |goals1 = [[Sharaf Mahfood]] {{goal|52}} |goals2 = [[Aref Al-Shewaier]] {{goal|73}} |stadium = [[Chengdu Sports Centre]], [[Chengdu]] |referee = [[Ali Mohamed Bujsaim]]([[United Arab Emirates Football Association|United&nbsp;Arab&nbsp;Emirates]])) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 12 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|CHN}} |goals1 = [[Gao Hongbo]] {{Goal|60||89}} <br /> [[Hao Haidong]] {{Goal|62}} |score = 3–0 |team2 = {{Fb|PAK}} |stadium = [[Chengdu Sports Centre]], [[Chengdu]] |referee = Kim Jong Sik([[DPR Korea Football Association|North Korea]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 14 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|IRQ|1991}} |score = 4–0 |team2 = {{Fb|JOR}} |goals1 = [[Laith Hussein|Hussein]] {{goal|3||17}} <br> [[Alaa Kadhim|Kadhim]] {{goal|25}} <br> [[Ahmed Radhi|Radhi]] {{goal|52}} |goals2 = |stadium = [[Chengdu Sports Centre]], [[Chengdu]] |referee = [[Masayoshi Okada]]([[Japan Football Association|Japan]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 14 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|PAK}} |score = 0–3 |team2 = {{Fb|YEM}} |goals1 = |goals2 = [[Ahmed Abdul Karim Al-Brid]] {{goal|39||72}} <br> [[Mohamed Hassan Abdullah]] {{goal|77}} |stadium = [[Chengdu Sports Centre]], [[Chengdu]] |referee = An Bong-ki([[Korea Football Association|South Korea]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 16 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|CHN}} |score = 4–1 |team2 = {{Fb|JOR}} |goals1 = [[Li Bing (footballer)|Li Bing]] {{Goal|16||76}} <br> [[Gao Hongbo]] {{Goal|50||80}} |goals2 = [[Jamal Abu Abed]] {{goal|56}} |stadium = [[Chengdu Sports Centre]], [[Chengdu]] |referee = An Bong-ki([[Korea Football Association|South Korea]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 16 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|IRQ|1991}} |score = 3–0 |team2 = {{Fb|YEM}} |goals1 = [[Naeem Saddam|Saddam]] {{goal|46}} <br> [[Saad Qais|Qais]] {{goal|64}} <br> [[Laith Hussein|Hussein]] {{goal|80}} |goals2 = |stadium = [[Chengdu Sports Centre]], [[Chengdu]] |referee = Santos Jose Manuel([[Macau Football Association|Macau]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 18 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|IRQ|1991}} |score = 4–0 |team2 = {{Fb|PAK}} |goals1 = [[Saad Qais|Qais]] {{goal}} {{goal}} <br> [[Radhi Shenaishil|Shenaishil]] {{goal}} <br> [[Ahmed Daham|Daham]] {{goal}} |goals2 = |stadium = [[Chengdu Sports Centre]], [[Chengdu]] |referee = Kim Jong Sik([[DPR Korea Football Association|North Korea]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 18 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|CHN}} |goals1 = [[Xu Hong]] {{goal|73}} |score = 1–0 |team2 = {{Fb|YEM}} |stadium = [[Chengdu Sports Centre]], [[Chengdu]] |referee = [[Masayoshi Okada]]([[Japan Football Association|Japan]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 20 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|PAK}} |score = 0–5 |team2 = {{Fb|JOR}} |goals1 = |goals2 = [[Subhi Al-Gnimaz]] {{goal|14||70}} <br> [[Jeris Tadrus]] {{goal|28}} <br> [[Mohammad Muharam]] {{goal|43}} <br > [[Ahmad Al-Bashir]] {{goal|44}} |stadium = [[Chengdu Sports Centre]], [[Chengdu]] |referee = Santos Jose Manuel([[Macau Football Association|Macau]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 20 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|CHN}} |score = 2–1 |team2 = {{Fb|IRQ|1991}} |goals1 = [[Xu Hong]] {{Goal|63}}<br/> [[Zhao Faqing]] {{Goal|89}} |goals2 = [[Akram Emmanuel|Emmanuel]] {{goal|47}} |stadium = [[Chengdu Sports Centre]], [[Chengdu]] |referee = [[Ali Mohamed Bujsaim]]([[United Arab Emirates Football Association|United&nbsp;Arab&nbsp;Emirates]])) |nobars = 1 }} ===Group B=== <onlyinclude>{{#invoke:sports table|main|style=WDL |section=Group B |res_col_header=Q |winpoints=2 |team1=IRN|name_IRN={{fb|IRN}} |team2=SYR|name_SYR={{fb|SYR}} |team3=OMA|name_OMA={{fb|OMA|1970}} |team4=TPE|name_TPE={{fb|TPE}} |team5=MYA|name_MYA={{fb|MYA|1974}} |win_IRN=3|draw_IRN=3|loss_IRN=0|gf_IRN=15|ga_IRN=2 |win_SYR=3|draw_SYR=3|loss_SYR=0|gf_SYR=14|ga_SYR=4 |win_OMA=2|draw_OMA=2|loss_OMA=2|gf_OMA=10|ga_OMA=5 |win_TPE=0|draw_TPE=0|loss_TPE=6|gf_TPE=3|ga_TPE=31 |win_MYA= |draw_MYA= |loss_MYA= |gf_MYA= |ga_MYA= |status_MYA=W |status_text_W=Withdrew |col_A=#ccffcc|text_A= |result1=A |update=complete|source= }}</onlyinclude> ''Iran'' advanced to the Final Round. {{Football box collapsible |date = 23 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|IRN}} |score = 0–0 |team2 = {{Fb|OMA|1970}} |goals1 = |goals2 = |location = [[Tehran]], [[Iran]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 23 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|TPE}} |score = 0–2 |team2 = {{Fb|SYR}} |goals1 = |goals2 = [[Mohammad Afash]] {{goal|15}} <br> [[Mohamad Moustafa Kadir]] {{goal|42}} |location = [[Tehran]], [[Iran]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 25 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|OMA|1970}} |score = 0–0 |team2 = {{Fb|SYR}} |goals1 = |goals2 = |location = [[Tehran]], [[Iran]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 25 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|IRN}} |score = 6–0 |team2 = {{Fb|TPE}} |goals1 = [[Hamid Estili]] {{goal|18}} <br> [[Ali Asghar Modir Roosta|Modir Roosta]] {{goal|40||46||50||75}} <br> [[Ali Daei]] {{goal|43}} |goals2 = |location = [[Tehran]], [[Iran]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 27 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|OMA|1970}} |score = 2–1 |team2 = {{Fb|TPE}} |goals1 = [[Yousuf Saleh Al-Alawi]] {{goal|29}} <br> [[Yunis Aman Al-Naseeb]] {{goal|35}} |goals2 = [[Chen Fu-Yuan]] {{goal|78}} |location = [[Tehran]], [[Iran]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 27 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|IRN}} |score = 1–1 |team2 = {{Fb|SYR}} |goals1 = [[Ali Asghar Modir Roosta|Modir Roosta]] {{goal|63}} |goals2 = [[Abdul Latif Helou]] {{goal|82}} |location = [[Tehran]], [[Iran]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 2 July 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|OMA|1970}} |score = 0–1 |team2 = {{Fb|IRN}} |goals1 = |goals2 = [[Hamid Derakhshan]] {{goal|36}} |location = [[Damascus]], [[Syria]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 2 July 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|SYR}} |score = 8–1 |team2 = {{Fb|TPE}} |goals1 = [[Abdul Latif Helou]] {{goal|3||71}} <br> [[Jamal Kazem]] {{goal|6}} <br> [[Munaf Ramadan]] {{goal|12}} <br> [[Ali Cheikh Dib]] {{goal|19|pen.}} <br> [[Mohammad Afash]] {{goal|23||45}} <br> [[Nizar Mahrous]] {{goal|80}} |goals2 =[[Chen Jiunn-ming]] |location = [[Damascus]], [[Syria]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 4 July 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|SYR}} |score = 2–1 |team2 = {{Fb|OMA|1970}} |goals1 =[[Nizar Mahrous]] {{goal|45}} <br> [[Mohamad Moustafa Kadir]] {{goal|62|pen.}} |goals2 = [[Hamdan Abdulla Al-Moamari]] {{goal|57}} |location = [[Damascus]], [[Syria]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 4 July 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|TPE}} |score = 0–6 |team2 = {{Fb|IRN}} |goals1 = |goals2 = [[Hamid Derakhshan]] {{goal|8}} <br> [[Majid Namjoo-Motlagh]] {{goal|15|pen.}} <br> [[Ali Daei]] {{goal|19||48}} <br> [[Mehdi Abtahi]] {{goal|22}} <br> [[Hamid Estili]] {{goal|74}} |location = [[Damascus]], [[Syria]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 7 July 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|TPE}} |score = 1–7 |team2 = {{Fb|OMA|1970}} |goals1 = [[Yeh Ching-Tueng]] {{goal|66}} |goals2 = [[Yousuf Saleh Al-Alawi]] {{goal|6}} <br> [[Mohammed Abdul Noor]] {{goal|15||88}} <br> [[Rashid Al-Wahaibi]] {{goal|34||82}} <br> [[Mattar Al-Mukhaini]] {{goal|64}} <br> [[Nabil Al-Siyabi]] {{goal|74}} |location = [[Damascus]], [[Syria]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 7 July 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|SYR}} |score = 1–1 |team2 = {{Fb|IRN}} |goals1 = [[Mohamad Moustafa Kadir]] {{goal|89|pen.}} |goals2 = [[Hamid Derakhshan]] {{goal|15}} |location = [[Damascus]], [[Syria]] |nobars = 1 }} ===Group C=== <onlyinclude>{{#invoke:sports table|main|style=WDL |section=Group C |res_col_header=Q |winpoints=2 |team1=PRK|name_PRK={{fb|PRK}} |team2=QAT|name_QAT={{fb|QAT}} |team3=SIN|name_SIN={{fb|SIN}} |team4=IDN|name_IDN={{fb|IDN}} |team5=VIE|name_VIE={{fb|VIE}} |win_PRK=7|draw_PRK=1|loss_PRK=0|gf_PRK=19|ga_PRK=6 |win_QAT=5|draw_QAT=1|loss_QAT=2|gf_QAT=22|ga_QAT=8 |win_SIN=5|draw_SIN=0|loss_SIN=3|gf_SIN=12|ga_SIN=12 |win_IDN=1|draw_IDN=0|loss_IDN=7|gf_IDN=6|ga_IDN=19 |win_VIE=1|draw_VIE=0|loss_VIE=7|gf_VIE=4|ga_VIE=18 |col_A=#ccffcc|text_A= |result1=A |update=complete|source= }}</onlyinclude> ''North Korea'' advanced to the Final Round. {{Football box collapsible |date = 9 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|QAT}} |score = 3–1 |team2 = {{Fb|IDN}} |goals1 =[[Mahmoud Soufi]] {{goal|51||79}} <br> [[Fahad Al Kuwari]] {{goal|55}} |goals2 =[[Singgih Pitono]] {{goal|85}} |location = [[Doha]], [[Qatar]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 9 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|PRK}} |score = 3–0 |team2 = {{Fb|VIE}} |goals1 =[[Yun Jong-Su]] {{goal|29}} <br> [[Choe Yong-Son]] {{goal|85}} <br> [[Ryu Song-Gun]] {{goal|86}} |goals2 = |location = [[Doha]], [[Qatar]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 11 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|PRK}} |score = 2–1 |team2 = {{Fb|SIN}} |goals1 =Cho In-Chol {{goal|64}} <br> [[Choe Won-Nam]] {{goal|75}} |goals2 =[[V. Sundramoorthy|Sundramoorthy]] {{goal|33}} |location = [[Doha]], [[Qatar]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 11 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|QAT}} |score = 4–0 |team2 = {{Fb|VIE}} |goals1 =[[Mubarak Mustafa|Mubarak Fazli]] {{goal|34}} <br> [[Mahmoud Soufi]] {{goal|37}} <br> [[Yousef Khalaf]] {{goal|50}} <br> [[Sultan Bakhit Al-Kuwari]] {{goal|60}} |goals2 = |location = [[Doha]], [[Qatar]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 13 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|PRK}} |score = 4–0 |team2 = {{Fb|IDN}} |goals1 =[[Ryu Song-Gun]] {{goal|19}} <br> [[Choe Yong-Son]] {{goal|42||58}} <br> [[Robby Darwis]] {{goal|77|o.g.}} |goals2 = |location = [[Doha]], [[Qatar]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 13 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|VIE}} |score = 2–3 |team2 = {{Fb|SIN}} |goals1 =[[Lư Đình Tuấn]] {{goal|14}} <br> [[Phan Thanh Hùng]] {{goal|77}} |goals2 =[[Fandi Ahmad]] {{goal|19}} <br> [[Steven Tan]] {{goal|35|pen.}} <br> [[V. Sundramoorthy|Sundramoorthy]] {{goal|73}} |location = [[Doha]], [[Qatar]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 16 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|QAT}} |score = 4–1 |team2 = {{Fb|SIN}} |goals1 =[[Mubarak Mustafa|Mubarak Fazli]] {{goal|70||90|pen.}} <br> [[Mahmoud Soufi]] {{goal|84}} <br> [[Khalil Al-Malki]] {{goal|89}} |goals2 =[[Fandi Ahmad]] {{goal|58}} |location = [[Doha]], [[Qatar]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 16 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|VIE}} |score = 1–0 |team2 = {{Fb|IDN}} |goals1 =[[Hà Vương Ngầu Nại]] {{goal|61}} |goals2 = |location = [[Doha]], [[Qatar]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 18 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|IDN}} |score = 0–2 |team2 = {{Fb|SIN}} |goals1 = |goals2 =[[Mohd Rafi Ali]] {{goal|75}} <br> [[V. Sundramoorthy|Sundramoorthy]] {{goal|83}} |location = [[Doha]], [[Qatar]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 18 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|QAT}} |score = 1–2 |team2 = {{Fb|PRK}} |goals1 =[[Khalil Al-Malki]] {{goal|89}} |goals2 =[[Ryu Song-Gun]] {{goal|49||57}} |location = [[Doha]], [[Qatar]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 24 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|IDN}} |score = 1–4 |team2 = {{Fb|QAT}} |goals1 =[[Sudirman (footballer)|Sudirman]] {{goal|28|pen.}} |goals2 =[[Khalil Al-Malki]] {{goal|35||61}} <br> [[Fahad Al Kuwari]] {{goal|75}} <br> [[Zamel Al Kuwari]] {{goal|83}} |location = [[Singapore]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 24 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|VIE}} |score = 0–1 |team2 = {{Fb|PRK}} |goals1 = |goals2 =[[Yong Jin-Li]] {{goal|61}} |location = [[Singapore]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 26 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|SIN}} |score = 1–3 |team2 = {{Fb|PRK}} |goals1 =[[Razali Saad]] {{goal|72}} |goals2 =[[Choe Won-Nam]] {{goal|26}} <br> [[Choe Yong-Son]] {{goal|41||76}} |location = [[Singapore]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 26 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|VIE}} |score = 0–4 |team2 = {{Fb|QAT}} |goals1 = |goals2 =[[Khalil Al-Malki]] {{goal|7}} <br> [[Zamel Al Kuwari]] {{goal|13}} <br> [[Fahad Al Kuwari]] {{goal|52|pen.}} <br> [[Rayed Al-Boloushi]] {{goal|65}} |location = [[Singapore]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 28 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|IDN}} |score = 1–2 |team2 = {{Fb|PRK}} |goals1 =[[Rahmad Darmawan]] {{goal|35}} |goals2 =[[Pang Gwang-Chol]] {{goal|4}} <br> [[Ryu Song-Gun]] {{goal|68}} |location = [[Singapore]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 28 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|SIN}} |score = 1–0 |team2 = {{Fb|VIE}} |goals1 =[[Mohd Rafi Ali]] {{goal|54}} |goals2 = |location = [[Singapore]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 30 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|SIN}} |score = 1–0 |team2 = {{Fb|QAT}} |goals1 =[[Fandi Ahmad]] {{goal|80}} |goals2 = |location = [[Singapore]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 30 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|IDN}} |score = 2–1 |team2 = {{Fb|VIE}} |goals1 =[[Putut Widjanarko]] {{goal|55}} <br> [[Sudirman (footballer)|Sudirman]] {{goal|75}} |goals2 =[[Nguyen Hong Son|Nguyễn Hồng Sơn]] {{goal|30}} |location = [[Singapore]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 2 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|SIN}} |score = 2–1 |team2 = {{Fb|IDN}} |goals1 =[[Fandi Ahmad]] {{goal|70}} <br> [[V. Sundramoorthy|Sundramoorthy]] {{goal|85}} |goals2 =[[Alexander Saununu]] {{goal|2}} |location = [[Singapore]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 2 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|PRK}} |score = 2–2 |team2 = {{Fb|QAT}} |goals1 =Cho In-Chol {{goal|40}} <br> Kim Kyong-il {{goal|55}} |goals2 =[[Khalil Al-Malki]] {{goal|1||86}} |location = [[Singapore]] |nobars = 1 }} ===Group D=== <onlyinclude>{{#invoke:sports table|main|style=WDL |section=Group D |res_col_header=Q |winpoints=2 |team1=KOR|name_KOR={{fb|KOR|1984}} |team2=BHR|name_BHR={{fb|BHR|1972}} |team3=LIB|name_LIB={{fb|LIB}} |team4=HKG|name_HKG={{fb|HKG|1959}} |team5=IND|name_IND={{fb|IND}} |win_KOR=7|draw_KOR=1|loss_KOR=0|gf_KOR=23|ga_KOR=1 |win_BHR=3|draw_BHR=3|loss_BHR=2|gf_BHR=9|ga_BHR=6 |win_LIB=2|draw_LIB=4|loss_LIB=2|gf_LIB=8|ga_LIB=9 |win_HKG=2|draw_HKG=1|loss_HKG=5|gf_HKG=9|ga_HKG=19 |win_IND=1|draw_IND=1|loss_IND=6|gf_IND=8|ga_IND=22 |col_A=#ccffcc|text_A= |result1=A |update=complete|source= }}</onlyinclude> ''South Korea'' advanced to the Final Round. {{Football box collapsible |date = 7 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|LIB}} |score = 2–2 |team2 = {{Fb|IND}} |goals1 =[[Babkin Melikian]] {{goal|37}} <br> [[Jamal Taha]] {{goal|53}} |goals2 =[[V. P. Sathyan]] {{goal|68||82}} |location = [[Beirut]], [[Lebanon]] |stadium = [[Bourj Hammoud Stadium]] |referee = [[:fr:Nizar Watti|Nizar Watti]] ([[Syrian Arab Federation for Football|Syria]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 7 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|HKG|1959}} |score = 2–1 |team2 = {{Fb|BHR}} |goals1 =[[Cheung Kam Wa]] {{goal|20}} <br> [[Au Wai Lun]] {{goal|57}} |goals2 =[[Juma Marzouq]] {{goal|44}} |location = [[Beirut]], [[Lebanon]] |stadium = [[Bourj Hammoud Stadium]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 9 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|BHR|1972}} |score = 0–0 |team2 = {{Fb|KOR|1984}} |goals1 = |goals2 = |location = [[Beirut]], [[Lebanon]] |stadium = [[Bourj Hammoud Stadium]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 9 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|LIB}} |score = 2–2 |team2 = {{Fb|HKG|1959}} |goals1 =[[Rafi Joulfagi]] {{goal|43}} <br> [[Fadi Alloush]] {{goal|80|pen.}} |goals2 =[[Tam Siu Wai]] {{goal|13}} <br> [[Cheung Kam Wa]] {{goal|19}} |location = [[Beirut]], [[Lebanon]] |stadium = [[Bourj Hammoud Stadium]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 11 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|IND}} |score = 1–2 |team2 = {{Fb|HKG|1959}} |goals1 =Bhupinder Thakur {{goal|54}} |goals2 =[[Loh Wai Chi]] {{goal|15}} <br> [[Lee Kin Wo]] {{goal|59}} |location = [[Beirut]], [[Lebanon]] |stadium = [[Bourj Hammoud Stadium]] |referee = Qazi Asif ([[Pakistan Football Federation|Pakistan]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 11 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|LIB}} |score = 0–1 |team2 = {{Fb|KOR|1984}} |goals1 = |goals2 =[[Ha Seok-Ju]] {{goal|17}} |location = [[Beirut]], [[Lebanon]] |stadium = [[Bourj Hammoud Stadium]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 13 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|LIB}} |score = 0–0 |team2 = {{Fb|BHR|1972}} |goals1 = |goals2 = |location = [[Beirut]], [[Lebanon]] |stadium = [[Bourj Hammoud Stadium]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 13 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|IND}} |score = 0–3 |team2 = {{Fb|KOR|1984}} |goals1 = |goals2 =[[Hong Myung-Bo]] {{goal|19|pen.}} <br> [[Choi Moon-Sik]] {{goal|70}} <br> [[Ha Seok-Ju]] {{goal|89}} |location = [[Beirut]], [[Lebanon]] |stadium = [[Bourj Hammoud Stadium]] |referee = Al-Hindyani ([[Kuwait Football Association|Kuwait]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 15 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|HKG|1959}} |score = 0–3 |team2 = {{Fb|KOR|1984}} |goals1 = |goals2 =[[Ha Seok-Ju]] {{goal|21}} <br> [[Seo Jung-Won]] {{goal|50}} <br> [[Choi Moon-Sik]] {{goal|73}} |location = [[Beirut]], [[Lebanon]] |stadium = [[Bourj Hammoud Stadium]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 15 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|BHR|1972}} |score = 2–1 |team2 = {{Fb|IND}} |goals1 =[[Khamis Eid Rafe Thani|Khamis Thani]] {{goal|4}} <br> [[Ali Saad (footballer)|Saad]] {{goal|31}} |goals2 =[[V. P. Sathyan]] {{goal|90|pen.}} |location = [[Beirut]], [[Lebanon]] |stadium = [[Bourj Hammoud Stadium]] |referee = Qazi Asif ([[Pakistan Football Federation|Pakistan]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 5 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|KOR|1984}} |score = 4–1 |team2 = {{Fb|HKG|1959}} |goals1 =[[Choi Moon-Sik]] {{goal|12}} <br> [[Jung Jae-Kwon]] {{goal|76}} <br> [[Ha Seok-Ju]] {{goal|81}} <br> [[Noh Jung-Yoon]] {{goal|85}} |goals2 =[[Au Wai Lun]] {{goal|21}} |location = [[Seoul]], [[South Korea]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 5 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|BHR|1972}} |score = 0–0 |team2 = {{Fb|LIB}} |goals1 = |goals2 = |location = [[Seoul]], [[South Korea]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 7 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|IND}} |score = 0–3 |team2 = {{Fb|BHR|1972}} |goals1 = |goals2 =[[Khamis Mubarak]] {{goal|20||53}} <br> [[Khamis Eid Rafe Thani|Khamis Thani]] {{goal|54}} |location = [[Seoul]], [[South Korea]] |referee = Shariff ([[Football Association of Singapore|Singapore]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 7 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|KOR|1984}} |score = 2–0 |team2 = {{Fb|LIB}} |goals1 =[[Ha Seok-Ju]] {{goal|31}} <br> [[Hwangbo Kwan]] {{goal|56}} |goals2 = |location = [[Seoul]], [[South Korea]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 9 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|HKG|1959}} |score = 1–2 |team2 = {{Fb|LIB}} |goals1 =[[Lee Kin Wo]] {{goal|17}} |goals2 =[[Youssef Farhat]] {{goal|38}} <br> [[Wael Nazha]] {{goal|76}} |location = [[Seoul]], [[South Korea]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 9 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|KOR|1984}} |score = 7–0 |team2 = {{Fb|IND}} |goals1 = [[:it:Lee Ki-Bum|Lee Ki-Bum]] {{goal|5||25||49}} <br> [[Kim Tae-Young (footballer born 1970)|Kim Tae-Young]] {{goal|37||70}} <br> [[Park Jung-bae (footballer)|Park Jung-bae]] {{goal|39}} <br> [[Ha Seok-Ju]] {{goal|68}} |goals2 = |location = [[Seoul]], [[South Korea]] |referee = Al-Yenbua'awy ([[Saudi Arabian Football Federation|Saudi Arabia]]) |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 11 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|IND}} |score = 1–2 |team2 = {{Fb|LIB}} |goals1 =[[Bhupinder Thakur]] {{goal|34}} |goals2 =[[Hassan Ayoub]] {{goal|41}} <br> [[Rafi Joulfagi]] {{goal|79}} |referee = Wei Jihong ([[Chinese Football Association|China]]) |location = [[Seoul]], [[South Korea]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 11 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|BHR|1972}} |score = 3–0 |team2 = {{Fb|HKG|1959}} |goals1 =[[Adel Abdulrahman Marzouq]] {{goal|1}} <br> [[Samir Mubarak]] {{goal|46}} <br> [[Khamis Eid Rafe Thani|Khamis Thani]] {{goal|49}} |goals2 = |location = [[Seoul]], [[South Korea]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 13 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|KOR|1984}} |score = 3–0 |team2 = {{Fb|BHR|1972}} |goals1 =[[Kang Chul]] {{goal|51}} <br> [[Park Nam-Yeol]] {{goal|63}} <br> [[Gu Sang-Bum]] {{goal|85}} |goals2 = |location = [[Seoul]], [[South Korea]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 13 June 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|HKG|1959}} |score = 1–3 |team2 = {{Fb|IND}} |goals1 =[[Wong Chi Keung (footballer)|Wong Chi Keung]] {{goal|66}} |goals2 =[[I. M. Vijayan]] {{goal|6||77}}<br/>Bhupinder Thakur {{goal|55}} |location = [[Seoul]], [[South Korea]] |referee = Ali ([[Iraq Football Association|Iraq]]) |nobars = 1 }} ===Group E=== <onlyinclude>{{#invoke:sports table|main|style=WDL |section=Group E |res_col_header=Q |winpoints=2 |team1=KSA|name_KSA={{fb|KSA}} |team2=KUW|name_KUW={{fb|KUW}} |team3=MAS|name_MAS={{fb|MAS}} |team4=MAC|name_MAC={{fb|MAC|municipal}} |win_KSA=4|draw_KSA=2|loss_KSA=0|gf_KSA=20|ga_KSA=1 |win_KUW=3|draw_KUW=2|loss_KUW=1|gf_KUW=21|ga_KUW=4 |win_MAS=2|draw_MAS=2|loss_MAS=2|gf_MAS=16|ga_MAS=7 |win_MAC=0|draw_MAC=0|loss_MAC=6|gf_MAC=1|ga_MAC=46 |col_A=#ccffcc|text_A= |result1=A |update=complete|source= }}</onlyinclude> ''Saudi Arabia'' advanced to the Final Round. {{Football box collapsible |date = 1 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|MAC|municipal}} |score = 0–6 |team2 = {{Fb|KSA}} |goals1 = |goals2 =[[Sami Al-Jaber]] {{goal|12}} <br> [[Saeed Al-Owairan]] {{goal|21||24}} <br> [[Abdullah Al-Dosari]] {{goal|65}} <br> [[Fahad Al-Mehallel]] {{goal|68}} <br> [[Khaled Al-Muwallid]] {{goal|79|pen.}} |location = [[Kuala Lumpur]], [[Malaysia]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 1 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|MAS}} |score = 1–1 |team2 = {{Fb|KUW}} |goals1 =[[Azman Adnan]] {{goal|59}} |goals2 =[[Ayman Al Husaini]] {{goal|8}} |location = [[Kuala Lumpur]], [[Malaysia]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 3 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|MAC|municipal}} |score = 1–10 |team2 = {{Fb|KUW}} |goals1 =[[Daniel Pinto (footballer)|Daniel Pinto]] {{goal|76}} |goals2 =[[Ali Al-Hadyah]] {{goal|22||24||55||87}} <br> [[Hamed Al-Saleh]] {{goal|61||65}} <br> [[Jasem Al Huwaidi]] {{goal|71||72||81}} <br> [[Basel Abdul Rahim]] {{goal|84|pen.}} |location = [[Kuala Lumpur]], [[Malaysia]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 3 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|MAS}} |score = 1–1 |team2 = {{Fb|KSA}} |goals1 =[[Abdul Mubin Mokhtar]] {{goal|31}} |goals2 =[[Khaled Al-Muwallid]] {{goal|88|pen.}} |location = [[Kuala Lumpur]], [[Malaysia]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 5 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|KUW}} |score = 0–0 |team2 = {{Fb|KSA}} |goals1 = |goals2 = |location = [[Kuala Lumpur]], [[Malaysia]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 5 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|MAS}} |score = 9–0 |team2 = {{Fb|MAC|municipal}} |goals1 =[[Azman Adnan]] {{goal|6||14||74}} <br> [[Azizol Abu Haniffah]] {{goal|32||75}} <br> A. Elangovan {{goal|42}} <br> [[Abdul Mubin Mokhtar]] {{goal|47||54}} <br> [[Zainal Abidin Hassan]] {{goal|87}} |goals2 = |location = [[Kuala Lumpur]], [[Malaysia]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 14 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|KUW}} |score = 2–0 |team2 = {{Fb|MAS}} |goals1 =[[Abdullah Wabran|Abdullah Saihan]] {{goal|11}} <br> [[Ali Al-Hadyah]] {{goal|18}} |goals2 = |location = [[Ta'if]], [[Saudi Arabia]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 14 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|KSA}} |score = 8–0 |team2 = {{Fb|MAC|municipal}} |goals1 =[[Hamzah Idris Falatah]] {{goal|8||25||85}} <br> [[Khaled Al-Muwallid]] {{goal|22|pen.}} <br> [[Saeed Owairan]] {{goal|37||56||79}} <br> [[Mansour Al-Muainea]] {{goal|40}} |goals2 = |location = [[Ta'if]], [[Saudi Arabia]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 16 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|KUW}} |score = 8–0 |team2 = {{Fb|MAC|municipal}} |goals1 =[[Ali Al-Hadyah]] {{goal|11}} <br> [[Abdullah Wabran|Abdullah Saihan]] {{goal|44}} <br> [[Jasem Al Huwaidi]] {{goal|52||60}} <br> [[Hamed Al-Saleh]] {{goal|54}} <br> [[Wail Al Habashi]] {{goal|81}} <br> [[Hamoud Al-Shemmari]] {{goal|84}} <br> Fayez Al-Felaij {{goal|90}} |goals2 = |location = [[Ta'if]], [[Saudi Arabia]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 16 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|KSA}} |score = 3–0 |team2 = {{Fb|MAS}} |goals1 =[[Majed Abdullah]] {{goal|9||64}} <br> [[Ahmad Jamil Madani]] {{goal|58}} |goals2 = |location = [[Ta'if]], [[Saudi Arabia]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 18 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|MAC|municipal}} |score = 0–5 |team2 = {{Fb|MAS}} |goals1 = |goals2 =[[Azman Adnan]] {{goal|10||43}} <br> [[Azizol Abu Haniffah]] {{goal|74}} <br> [[Paramasivan Ravindran]] {{goal|77||85}} |location = [[Ta'if]], [[Saudi Arabia]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 18 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|KSA}} |score = 2–0 |team2 = {{Fb|KUW}} |goals1 =[[Saeed Owairan]] {{goal|23}} <br> [[Majed Abdullah]] {{goal|89}} |goals2 = |location = [[Ta'if]], [[Saudi Arabia]] |nobars = 1 }} ===Group F=== <onlyinclude>{{#invoke:sports table|main|style=WDL |section=Group F |res_col_header=Q |winpoints=2 |team1=JPN|name_JPN={{fb|JPN|1947}} |team2=UAE|name_UAE={{fb|UAE}} |team3=THA|name_THA={{fb|THA}} |team4=BAN|name_BAN={{fb|BAN}} |team5=SRI|name_SRI={{fb|SRI}} |win_JPN=7|draw_JPN=1|loss_JPN=0|gf_JPN=28|ga_JPN=2 |win_UAE=6|draw_UAE=1|loss_UAE=1|gf_UAE=19|ga_UAE=4 |win_THA=4|draw_THA=0|loss_THA=4|gf_THA=13|ga_THA=7 |win_BAN=2|draw_BAN=0|loss_BAN=6|gf_BAN=7|ga_BAN=28 |win_SRI=0|draw_SRI=0|loss_SRI=8|gf_SRI=0|ga_SRI=26 |col_A=#ccffcc|text_A= |result1=A |update=complete|source= }}</onlyinclude> ''Japan'' advanced to the Final Round. {{Football box collapsible |date = 8 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|JPN|1947}} |score = 1–0 |team2 = {{Fb|THA}} |goals1 = [[Kazuyoshi Miura]] {{goal|29}} |goals2 = |location = [[Kobe]], [[Japan]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 8 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|SRI}} |score = 0–4 |team2 = {{Fb|UAE}} |goals1 = |goals2 =[[Ali Thani Jumaa]] {{goal|21}} <br> [[Adnan Al Talyani]] {{goal|24}} <br> [[Khamees Saad Mubarak|Khamees Mubarak]] {{goal|56||88}} |location = [[Kyoto]], [[Japan]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 11 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|JPN|1947}} |score = 8–0 |team2 = {{Fb|BAN}} |goals1 = [[Kazuyoshi Miura]] {{goal|18||44||52||53}} <br> [[Takuya Takagi]] {{goal|25||57}} <br> [[Masahiro Fukuda]] {{goal|58||88}} |goals2 = |location = [[Tokyo]], [[Japan]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 11 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|THA}} |score = 1–0 |team2 = {{Fb|SRI}} |goals1 =[[Kiatisuk Senamuang]] {{goal|62}} |goals2 = |location = [[Kobe]], [[Japan]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 13 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|SRI}} |score = 0–1 |team2 = {{Fb|BAN}} |goals1 = |goals2 =[[Karim Mohammed Rumi Rizvi]] {{goal|69}} Etc. |location = [[Yokohama]], [[Japan]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 13 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|THA}} |score = 0–1 |team2 = {{Fb|UAE}} |goals1 = |goals2 =[[Abdulrazaq Ibrahim Balooshi|Abdulrazaq Balooshi]] {{goal|86}} |location = [[Tokyo]], [[Japan]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 15 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|JPN|1947}} |score = 5–0 |team2 = {{Fb|SRI}} |goals1 = [[Takuya Takagi]] {{goal|10||49}} <br> [[Tetsuji Hashiratani]] {{goal|18}} <br> [[Kazuyoshi Miura]] {{goal|34||51}} |goals2 = |location = [[Tokyo]], [[Japan]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 15 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|BAN}} |score = 0–1 |team2 = {{Fb|UAE}} |goals1 = |goals2 =[[Abdulrazaq Ibrahim Balooshi|Abdulrazaq Balooshi]] {{goal|56}} |location = [[Yokohama]], [[Japan]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 18 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|JPN|1947}} |score = 2–0 |team2 = {{Fb|UAE}} |goals1 =[[Tetsuji Hashiratani]] {{goal|20}} <br> [[Takuya Takagi]] {{goal|76}} |goals2 = |location = [[Tokyo]], [[Japan]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 18 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|THA}} |score = 4–1 |team2 = {{Fb|BAN}} |goals1 =[[Songserm Maperm]] {{goal|20}} <br> [[Piyapong Pue-On]] {{goal|21||58||88}} |goals2 =[[Hossain Joarder]] {{goal|84}} |location = [[Tokyo]], [[Japan]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 28 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|THA}} |score = 0–1 |team2 = {{Fb|JPN|1947}} |goals1 = |goals2 =[[Takumi Horiike]] {{goal|49}} |location = [[Dubai]], [[United Arab Emirates]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 28 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|UAE}} |score = 3–0 |team2 = {{Fb|SRI}} |goals1 =[[Adnan Al Talyani]] {{goal|40||54}} <br> [[Ismail Rashid Ismail]] {{goal|89}} |goals2 = |location = [[Dubai]], [[United Arab Emirates]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 30 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|BAN}} |score = 1–4 |team2 = {{Fb|JPN|1947}} |goals1 =[[Karim Mohammed Runi Rizvi]] {{goal|11}} |goals2 =[[Masahiro Fukuda]] {{goal|2}} <br> [[Kazuyoshi Miura]] {{goal|30}} <br> [[Mitsunori Yoshida]] {{goal|36}} <br> [[Takuya Takagi]] {{goal|61}} |location = [[Dubai]], [[United Arab Emirates]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 30 April 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|UAE}} |score = 2–1 |team2 = {{Fb|THA}} |goals1 =[[Abdulrazaq Ibrahim Balooshi|Abdulrazaq Balooshi]] {{goal|10|pen.}} <br> [[Adnan Al Talyani]] {{goal|63}} |goals2 = [[Songserm Maperm]] {{goal|90}} |location = [[Dubai]], [[United Arab Emirates]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 3 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|UAE}} |score = 7–0 |team2 = {{Fb|BAN}} |goals1 =[[Adnan Al Talyani]] {{goal|4||65}} <br> [[Abdulrazaq Ibrahim Balooshi|Abdulrazaq Balooshi]] {{goal|26||59}} <br> [[Fahad Khamees Mubarak|Fahad Khamees]] {{goal|28}} <br> [[Nasir Khamees Mubarak|Nasir Khamees]] {{goal|38}} <br> [[Mohamed Ahmed (footballer)|Mohamed Ahmed]] {{goal|74}} |goals2 = |location = [[Dubai]], [[United Arab Emirates]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 3 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|SRI}} |score = 0–3 |team2 = {{Fb|THA}} |goals1 = |goals2 =[[Piyapong Pue-On]] {{goal|27||37||71|pen.}} |location = [[Dubai]], [[United Arab Emirates]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 5 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|BAN}} |score = 1–4 |team2 = {{Fb|THA}} |goals1 =[[Sabbir|Sayed Rumman Sabbir]] {{goal|72}} |goals2 =[[Piyapong Pue-On]] {{goal|20||52}} <br> [[Kiatisuk Senamuang]] {{goal|26}} <br> [[Pongthorn Thiubthong]] {{goal|54}} |location = [[Dubai]], [[United Arab Emirates]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 5 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|SRI}} |score = 0–6 |team2 = {{Fb|JPN|1947}} |goals1 = |goals2 =[[Ruy Ramos]] {{goal|31}} <br> [[Masami Ihara]] {{goal|42||56}} <br> [[Takuya Takagi]] {{goal|61}} <br> [[Kazuyoshi Miura]] {{goal|80}} <br> [[Masashi Nakayama]] {{goal|82}} |location = [[Dubai]], [[United Arab Emirates]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 7 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|BAN}} |score = 3–0 |team2 = {{Fb|SRI}} |goals1 =[[Hossain Joarder]] {{goal|8||78}} <br> [[Kaiser Hamid]] {{goal|73|pen.}} |goals2 = |location = [[Dubai]], [[United Arab Emirates]] |nobars = 1 }} ---- {{Football box collapsible |date = 7 May 1993 |team1 = {{Fb-rt|UAE}} |score = 1–1 |team2 = {{Fb|JPN|1947}} |goals1 =[[Abdulrazaq Ibrahim Balooshi|Abdulrazaq Balooshi]] {{goal|83}} |goals2 =[[Masaaki Sawanobori]] {{goal|84}} |location = [[Dubai]], [[United Arab Emirates]] |nobars = 1 }} ==Teams qalified for final round== With all of Iran, North Korea and Iraq qualifying for the final round fears were expressed in the United States of those countries potentially turning up at their tournament, since the three nations at the time were under economic sanctions by the United States.<ref>Hersh, Phil. [https://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/chicagotribune/access/24307659.html?dids=24307659:24307659&FMT=ABS&FMTS=ABS:FT&type=current&date=Jul+11%2C+1993&author=Phil+Hersh%2C+International+sports+writer.&pub=Chicago+Tribune+(pre-1997+Fulltext)&desc=LIBYAN+BAN+RAISES+CUP+QUESTIONS&pqatl=google LIBYAN BAN RAISES CUP QUESTIONS]. ''Chicago Tribune''. 11 July 1993. 3.</ref> * {{fb|KSA}} * {{fb|KOR}} * {{fb|JPN}} * {{fb|IRQ}} * {{fb|IRN}} * {{fb|PRK}} ==References== {{reflist}} {{1994 FIFA World Cup qualifiers}} {{DEFAULTSORT:1994 Fifa World Cup Qualification (Afc)}} [[Category:1994 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC)| ]] [[Category:1993 in Asian football|Qual]] [[Category:1994 FIFA World Cup qualification|AFC]]
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Hibbertia furfuracea #
Allthingsnative: typo {{Short description|Species of flowering plant}} {{speciesbox |image = |genus = Hibbertia |species = furfuracea |authority = ([[R.Br.]] ex [[DC.]]) [[Benth.]]<ref name=APC>{{cite web|title=''Hibbertia furfuracea''|url= https://biodiversity.org.au/nsl/services/apc-format/display/113329|publisher=Australian Plant Census|access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> |synonyms_ref = <ref name="APC" /> |synonyms = * ''Hemistemma asperifolium'' <small>[[F.Muell.]]</small> * ''Hibbertia astrophylla'' <small>[[Steud.]]</small> * ''Pleurandra furfuracea'' <small>R.Br. ex DC.</small> }} '''''Hibbertia furfuracea''''' is a species of flowering plant in the family [[Dilleniaceae]] and is [[endemic]] to near-coastal areas of south-western Western Australia. It is an erect shrub with narrow egg-shaped leaves with the narrower end towards the base, and yellow flowers borne in upper leaf axils, with ten to twelve [[stamen]]s all on one side of two [[Gynoecium#Carpels|carpels]]. ==Description== ''Hibbertia furfuracea'' is an erect shrub that typically grows to a height of {{cvt|1–2.5|m}} with hairy young branches. The leaves are narrow egg-shaped with the narrower end towards the base, {{cvt|25–40|mm}} long and up to {{cvt|4–8|mm}} wide with the edges turned downwards. The flowers are arranged singly in upper leaf axils on a [[Pedicel (botany)|pedicel]] {{cvt|8-20|mm}} long, with linear to narrow egg-shaped [[bract]]s {{cvt|5–9|mm}} long. The [[sepal]]s are egg-shaped, {{cvt|6.5–9|mm}} long and the petals are yellow, {{cvt|10–12|mm}} long with a notch at the top. There are from ten to twelve stamens arranged on one side of the two hairy, spherical carpels, each carpel with four [[ovule]]s. Flowering occurs from July to December.<ref name="Nuytsia">{{cite journal |last1=Thiele |first1=Kevin R. |last2=Cockerton |first2=Geoff |title=A revision of the ''Hibbertia hypericoides'' species group (Dilleniaceae) |journal=Nuytsia |date=2015 |volume=25 |pages=292–293 |url=https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/science/nuytsia/769.pdf |access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> ==Taxonomy== This species was first formally described in 1817 by [[Augustin Pyramus de Candolle]] in his ''Regni Vegetabilis Systema Naturale'' and given the name ''Pleurandra furfuracea'' from an unpublished description by [[Robert Brown (botanist, born 1773)|Robert Brown]].<ref name=APNI1>{{cite web|title=''Pleurandra furfuracea''|url= http://id.biodiversity.org.au/instance/apni/503258 |publisher=APNI|access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref><ref name="DC.">{{cite book |last1=de Candolle |first1=Augustin P. |title=Regni Vegetabilis systema naturale |date=1817 |location=Paris |page=417 |url=https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/127665#page/427/mode/1up |access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> In 1863, [[George Bentham]] changed the name to ''Hibbertia furfuracea'' in ''[[Flora Australiensis]]''.<ref name=APNI>{{cite web|title=''Hibbertia furfuracea''|url= http://id.biodiversity.org.au/instance/apni/546908 |publisher=APNI|access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref><ref name="Benth.">{{cite book |last1=Bentham |first1=George |last2=von Mueller |first2=Ferdinand |title=Flora Australiensis |date=1863 |publisher=Lovell Reeve & Co. |location=London |page=23 |url=https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/3669#page/81/mode/1up |access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> The [[Binomial nomenclature|specific epithet]] (''furfuracea'') means "scurfy", referring to the branchlets and young leaves.<ref name="Sharr">{{cite book |last1=Sharr |first1=Francis Aubi |last2=George |first2=Alex |title=Western Australian Plant Names and Their Meanings |date=2019 |publisher=Four Gables Press |location=Kardinya, WA |isbn=9780958034180 |page=203 |edition=3rd}}</ref> ==Distribution and habitat== ''Hibbertia furfuracea'' is widespread and common in near-coastal areas between [[Cape Naturaliste]] and the [[Donnelly River (Western Australia)|Donnelly River]] and between Broke in the [[D'Entrecasteaux National Park]] and the [[Waychinicup River]], in the [[Esperance Plains]], [[Jarrah Forest]] and [[Warren (biogeographic region)|Warren]] [[IBRA|biogeographic regions]] of south-western Western Australia.<ref name=FloraBase>{{FloraBase|name=''Hibbertia furfuracea''|id=5126}}</ref> ==Conservation status== ''Hibbertia furfuracea'' is listed as "not threatened" by the Government of Western Australia [[Department of Parks and Wildlife (Western Australia)|Department of Parks and Wildlife]],<ref name="FloraBase" /> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Taxonbar|from=Q17395319}} [[Category:Hibbertia|furfuracea]] [[Category:Eudicots of Western Australia]] [[Category:Plants described in 1817]] [[Category:Taxa named by Augustin Pyramus de Candolle]]
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Death in Disguise (disambiguation) #
Clarityfiend: created dab page '''''[[Death in Disguise]]''''' is a 1992 crime novel by Caroline Graham. It may also refer to: * ''Death in Disguise, a temperance poem'', an 1833 publication by poet [[McDonald Clarke]] * The third chapter of ''[[Federal Agents vs. Underworld, Inc]]'', a 1949 American serial * [[List of Wonder Woman episodes#Season 2 (1977–78)|"Death in Disguise"]], a 1978 episode of the American television series ''Wonder Woman'' * [[List of Midsomer Murders episodes#Series 1 (1998)|"Death in Disguise"]], a series 1 (1998) episode of the British television detective drama ''Midsomer Murders'' {{disambig}}
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Ryuji Miura #
Hildreth gazzard: ←Created page with '{{linkrot|date=June 2021}} {{short description|Japanese athlete (born 2002)}} {{Use dmy dates|date=June 2021}} '''Ryuji Miura''' (born 11 February 2002) is a ...' {{linkrot|date=June 2021}} {{short description|Japanese athlete (born 2002)}} {{Use dmy dates|date=June 2021}} '''Ryuji Miura''' (born 11 February 2002) is a [[Japan|Japanese]] [[long distance running|long distant runner]].<ref> https://worldathletics.org/athletes/japan/ryuji-miura-14860379</ref> A student at [[Juntendo University]], in 2019 as a 17 year old at the Kinki Region High School Track and Field Championships broke the 30-year-old Japanese [[3000m steeplechase]] high school record by 5 seconds to win in 8:39.49. He missed the 2020 national championship due to injury but prior to that beat [[Philemon Kiplagat]] to win the 3000m at the Hokuren Distance Challenge at Aoba Park Athletic Field, [[Chitose]] in 8:19:37, which was the world leading time, and ultimately was the 8th fastest time in the world in 2020, and the second best time ever by a Japanese runner over that distance.<ref>https://germanroadraces.de/?post_eng=miura-runs-steeplechase-world-lead-ishida-breaks-5000-m-high-school-nr-brett-larner-japan-running-news</ref><ref> https://www.worldathletics.org/records/toplists/middlelong/3000-metres-steeplechase/outdoor/men/senior/2020</ref> Miura won the [[3000m steeplechase]] at the Ready Steady Go event at the [[Olympic Stadium, Tokyo]] on the 9 May 2021. Miura’s winning time of 8:17:46 took more than a second off the national record of 8:18.93 set by [[Yoshitaka Iwamizu]] at the [[2003 World Championships in Athletics]] in Paris. It was an Olympic qualifying mark, and well inside his 2020 personal best of 8:19.37. In running this time he became the first man to break a national record at the new stadium in Tokyo.<ref> https://www.insidethegames.biz/articles/1107591/tokyo-2020-test-event-barshim-athletics</ref> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Authority control}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Miura, Ryuji}} [[Category:2002 births]] [[Category:Living people]] [[Category:Japanese male hurdlers]] {{Japan-athletics-bio-stub}}
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Raimondo Ricci Bitti #
Jevansen: added Category:Medalists at the 1983 Summer Universiade using HotCat {{Infobox tennis biography | name = Raimondo Ricci Bitti | image = | fullname = | country_represented = {{ITA}} | birth_date = {{birth date and age|1956|06|24|df=yes}} | birth_place = | death_date = | death_place = | height = | plays = | careerprizemoney = | doublesrecord = 0–5 | doublestitles = | highestdoublesranking = No. 791 (3 Jan 1983) | medaltemplates-expand = yes | medaltemplates = {{MedalCompetition | [[Summer Universiade]]}} {{MedalSilver|[[1981 Summer Universiade|1981 Bucharest]]|[[Tennis at the 1981 Summer Universiade|Men's Doubles]]}} {{MedalSilver|[[1983 Summer Universiade|1983 Edmonton]]|[[Tennis at the 1983 Summer Universiade|Men's Doubles]]}} }} '''Raimondo Ricci Bitti''' (born 24 June 1956) is a former professional [[tennis]] player. Ricci Bitti, a [[Faenza]] native, won back to back [[Universiade]] silver medals for men's doubles in 1981 and 1983. During his professional career he made four doubles main draw appearances at the [[Bologna Indoor]].<ref>{{cite news |title=Novant'anni di storia: buon compleanno al Tennis Club Faenza |url=https://www.ravennatoday.it/sport/novant-anni-storia-buon-compleanno-al-tennis-club-faenza.html |work=RavennaToday |date=4 September 2017 |language=it}}</ref> His elder brother is sports administrator [[Francesco Ricci Bitti]].<ref>{{cite web |title=Francesco Ricci Bitti rieletto presidente ITF |url=https://www.ubitennis.com/sport/tennis/2011/09/23/587004-francesco_ricci_bitti_rieletto_presidente.shtml |website=www.ubitennis.com |language=Italian |date=24 September 2011}}</ref> ==References== {{Reflist}} ==External links== * {{ATP|r118}} * {{ITF profile|raimondo-ricci-bitti/800176932/ita}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Ricci Bitti, Raimondo}} [[Category:1956 births]] [[Category:Living people]] [[Category:Italian male tennis players]] [[Category:People from Faenza]] [[Category:Sportspeople from Emilia-Romagna]] [[Category:Universiade medalists in tennis]] [[Category:Universiade silver medalists for Italy]] [[Category:Medalists at the 1981 Summer Universiade]] [[Category:Medalists at the 1983 Summer Universiade]]
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Laine Villenthal #
Estopedist1: ←Created page with ''''Laine-Reseda Villenthal''' (29 June 1922 Ellamaa, Lääne County – 23 May 2009) was an Estonian cleric. She was the first ordinated (1967) women...' '''Laine-Reseda Villenthal''' (29 June 1922 [[Ellamaa]], [[Lääne County]] – 23 May 2009) was an [[Estonia]]n cleric. She was the first ordinated (1967) women cleric in Estonia.<ref name="eestikirik.ee">{{cite web |title=In memoriam - Eesti Kirik |url=http://www.eestikirik.ee/in-memoriam-22/ |website=www.eestikirik.ee |access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> In 1951 she graduated from [[Institute of Theology of the Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church]].<ref name="eestikirik.ee" /> In 1964 she started her career at [[Pindi, Võru County|Pindi]] Congregation. On 16 November 1967 she ordinated to the pastor of Pindi Congregation, being the first ordinated women cleric in Estonia. She served at this congregation about 40 years. 1984-2003 she was also the pastor at [[Pechory]] Congregation.<ref name="eestikirik.ee" /> Awards: * 2004: [[Order of the Estonian Red Cross]], II class.<ref name="president.ee">{{cite web |title=Teenetemärkide kavalerid: Laine Villenthal|url=https://www.president.ee/et/vabariik/teenetemargid/kavaler/1649/laine-villenthal |website=www.president.ee |access-date=12 June 2021}}</ref> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Villenthal, Laine}} [[Category:1922 births]] [[Category:2009 deaths]] [[Category:Estonian clergy]]
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Mikayla Dayes #
Seany91: {{Infobox football biography | name = Mikayla Dayes | image = | image_size = | alt = | caption = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date and age|1999|9|29|df=yes}} | birth_place = [[Toronto]], Canada<ref name="can" /> | death_date = | death_place = | height = | position = [[Forward (association football)|Forward]] | currentclub = [[Maryland Terrapins women's soccer|Maryland Terrapins]] | clubnumber = 28 | youthyears1 = | youthclubs1 = | collegeyears1 = 2017– | college1 = [[Maryland Terrapins women's soccer|Maryland Terrapins]] | collegecaps1 = 57 | collegegoals1 = 11 | years1 = | clubs1 = | caps1 = | goals1 = | nationalyears1 = 2016 | nationalteam1 = [[Canada women's national under-17 soccer team|Canada U17]] | nationalcaps1 = 2 | nationalgoals1 = 0 | nationalyears2 = 2021– | nationalteam2 = [[Jamaica women's national football team|Jamaica]] | nationalcaps2 = 1 | nationalgoals2 = 0 | medaltemplates = | club-update = 14 June 2021 | nationalteam-update = 14 June 2021 }} '''Mikayla Dayes''' (born 29 September 1999) is a Canadian-born Jamaican [[Association football|footballer]] who plays as a [[Forward (association football)|forward]] for American collegiate team [[Maryland Terrapins women's soccer|Maryland Terrapins]] and the [[Jamaica women's national football team|Jamaica national team]]. == International career == Dayes was a former Canada youth international and played at the [[2016 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup]].<ref name="can">{{cite web |title=Profile |url=https://canadasoccer.com/profile/?id=6360&teamId=2085 |publisher=Canada Soccer |access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> Dayes made her senior international debut for Jamaica on 13 June 2021.<ref>{{cite news |title=U.S. WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM TOPS JAMAICA 4-0 IN SECOND MATCH OF 2021 WNT SUMMER SERIES, PRESENTED BY AT&T 5G |url=https://www.ussoccer.com/stories/2021/06/summer-series-uswnt-4-vs-jamaica-0-match-report-stats |access-date=14 June 2021 |publisher=US Soccer |date=13 June 2021}}</ref> == References == {{reflist}} == External links == * [https://umterps.com/sports/womens-soccer/roster/mikayla-dayes/8976 Maryland profile] {{DEFAULTSORT:Dayes, Mikayla}}
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