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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}}
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aly_Badara_Soumah

Sabotsy Namehana #
Tonton Bernardo: new {{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 = |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 = 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]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laki_Senanayake

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]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patricia_Sohn

2021 WMF World Cup #
Amara94: {{Use dmy dates|date= 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> ==References== {{reflist}}
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}}
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balla_Camara_(footballer)

Saad al-Nasser #
Lilianasri: Lilianasri moved page Saad al-Nasser to Saad Al-Nasser {{short description|Saudi Arabian footballer}} {{Infobox football biography |name = Saad Al-Nasser<br><small>حمد العبدان</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}}
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saad_al-Nasser

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: /* Final */ {{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== ==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}}
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rukmini_(disambiguation)

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: '''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 completed his doctorate on the pronunciation of the [[Dutch language]] in 1938 at the University of Amsterdam. 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> In 1973 he married [[Lotte Hellinga]], a former student of his. ==References== {{reflist}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Hellinga, Wytze Gerbens}}
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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]]
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Otoplanidae #
Estopedist1: ←Created page with '{{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = {{subst:PAGENAME}} |authority = }} '''{{subst:PAGENAME}}''' is a family of flatworms belonging to t...' {{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:Flatworms]]
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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) #
Bashereyre: 2nd spell '''Robert Eden’’’ b [[Newcastle upon Tyne]] 26 August 1701; d [[Winchester]] 11 July 1759) was an [[England|English]] [[priest]] in the 18th century.<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 }}</ref> He was [[Ad eundem degree|incorporated]] at [[University of Cambridge|Cambridge]] in 1723. <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 #
MPGuy2824: Undid revision 1028483027 by MPGuy2824 (talk) <!-- 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, board member of Finance Trust Bank<ref name=":0" /> and President of Uganda National Catholic Council of Lay Apostolate (UNCCLA)<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>. 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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Rajesh Khullar #
EN-Jungwon: Requesting copyvio revdel (cv-revdel) {{copyvio-revdel|url=https://indianexpress.com/article/cities/chandigarh/haryana-rajesh-khullar-appointed-executive-director-world-bank-6596920/|start1=1028477943}} {{Infobox officeholder | name = Rajesh Khullar | termstart1 = November 1, 2020 | alma_mater = [[National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies|GRIPS]]<br />[[Panjab University]] | nationality = {{flag|India|name=Indian}} | birth_place = [[Ambala]], [[Haryana]] | birth_date = {{Birth date and age|df=y|1963|8|31}} | office1 = [[Executive Director]] at [[World Bank Group]] | appointer1 = [[Appointments Committee of the Cabinet]] | president1 = [[David Malpass]] | deputy1 = [[Rajeev Topno]] | occupation = [[Indian Administrative Service|IAS Officer]] | termstart2 = November 15, 2015 | office2 = [[Principal secretary (India)|Principal Secretary]] to [[List of Chief Ministers of Haryana | Chief Minister, Haryana]] | termend2 = October 30, 2020 | minister2 = [[Manohar Lal Khattar]] | governor2 = [[Satyadev Narayan Arya]] | successor = | predecessor = | caption = | image = Rajesh Khullar.jpg }} '''Rajesh Khullar''' (born 31 August 1963) is an author and 1988 batch [[Indian Administrative Service]] (IAS) officer of [[Haryana]] cadre. He serves as the [[Executive Director]] at the [[World Bank Group]] representing [[India]], [[Bangladesh]], [[Bhutan]], and [[Sri Lanka]].<ref name=":0">{{Cite web|last=Correspondent|first=HT|date=14 September 2020|title=Haryana IAS officer Rajesh Khullar appointed Executive Director, World Bank|url=https://www.hindustantimes.com/cities/haryana-ias-officer-rajesh-khullar-appointed-executive-director-world-bank/story-4WbKloD5HnH1Ruml8oPu9M.html|access-date=20 December 2020|website=[[Hindustan Times]]|publisher=[[HT Media]]|publication-place=[[Chandigarh]]|oclc=23379369}}</ref> Previously, he was the [[Principal secretary (India)|Principal Secretary]] to [[List of Chief Ministers of Haryana| Chief Minister, Haryana]] and the chairman of [[Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation]].<ref name=":2">{{Cite web|last=Saini|first=Manvir|date=15 November 2015|title=Khullar is New Principal Secretary to Haryana CM|url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/chandigarh/Khullar-is-new-principal-secretary-to-Haryana-CM/articleshow/49786972.cms|access-date=15 December 2019|website=[[The Times of India]]|publisher=[[Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.]]|publication-place=[[Chandigarh]]|oclc=23379369}}</ref><ref name=":3">{{Cite web|last=|first=|date=17 September 2019|title=Chandigarh: HSIIDC signs MoU with SIDB for funding MSMEs|url=https://www.business-standard.com/article/news-ani/chandigarh-hsiidc-signs-mou-with-sidb-for-funding-msmes-119091701117_1.html|access-date=15 December 2019|website=[[Business Standard]]|publisher=[[Business Standard]]|publication-place=[[Chandigarh]]|oclc=23379369}}</ref> == Early Life and Education == Khullar graduated from [[Panjab University]] with a Master's degree in Physics in 1984. He also holds a [[Master of Public Administration]] from [[National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies|GRIPS]], [[Tokyo]], [[Japan]].<ref name=":4">{{Cite web|last=|first=|date=|title=GRIPS - Some Prominent Alumni|url=http://www.grips.ac.jp/en/alumni/index/|url-status=live|archive-url=|archive-date=|access-date=15 December 2019|website=[[National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies]]}}</ref><ref name=":5">{{Cite web|last=|first=|date=|title=November 2013|url=http://www.grips.ac.jp/en/alumni/almo/pastalmo/almos2013/13-11/|url-status=live|archive-url=|archive-date=|access-date=15 December 2019|website=[[National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies]]}}</ref> == Career == During his career as an IAS officer, Khullar has served in various capacities in both [[Government of India]] and [[Government of Haryana]] including [[Joint secretary to the Government of India|Joint Secretary]] ([[Ministry of Finance (India)|Department of Economic Affairs]], [[Ministry of Finance (India)|Ministry of Finance]]),<ref name=":1">{{Cite web|last=|first=|date=|title=Rajesh Khullar - Executive Record Sheet|url=https://supremo.nic.in/ERSheetHtml.aspx?OffIDErhtml=14979&PageId=|url-status=live|archive-url=|archive-date=|access-date=15 December 2019|website=Department of Personnel and Training, [[Government of India]]}}</ref><ref name=":ggn">{{Cite web|last=Joseph|first=Joel|date=6 February 2011|title=MCG All Set for New Commissioner|url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/gurgaon/MCG-all-set-for-new-commissioner/articleshow/7434184.cms|access-date=12 December 2019|website=[[The Times of India]]|publisher=[[Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.]]|publication-place=[[Gurgaon]]|oclc=23379369}}</ref> Home Secretary ([[Haryana]]),<ref name=":1" /><ref>{{Cite web|last=|first=|date=29 Nov 2019|title=Khattar’s Aides are Now Admn Secys of Vij’s Depts|url=https://www.hindustantimes.com/chandigarh/khattar-s-aides-are-now-admn-secys-of-vij-s-depts/story-65goGvIMpe8L07RWm2WlEK.html|access-date=20 December 2019|website=[[Hindustan Times]]|publisher=[[HT Media]]|publication-place=[[Chandigarh]]|oclc=}}</ref> [[Municipal Commissioner]] ([[Gurgaon]] and [[Faridabad]])<ref name=":1" /><ref>{{Cite web|last=Ahuja|first=Sanjeev|date=10 Aug 2009|title='I don’t know who runs this city; maybe God does'|url=https://www.hindustantimes.com/india/i-don-t-know-who-runs-this-city-maybe-god-does/story-iKkxVxF4Yef03DyhMPxkUM.html|access-date=18 November 2019|website=[[Hindustan Times]]|publisher=[[HT Media]]|publication-place=[[Chandigarh]]|oclc=}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|last=Joseph|first=Joel|date=29 December 2010|title=Khullar Gets Transferred, MCG to Get a New Boss This New Year|url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/gurgaon/Khullar-gets-transferred-MCG-to-get-a-new-boss-this-new-year/articleshow/7181119.cms|access-date=18 December 2019|website=[[The Times of India]]|publisher=[[Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.]]|publication-place=[[Gurgaon]]|oclc=23379369}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|last=Kalia|first=Vikas|date=8 July 2007|title=Faridabad Gears Up for Commonwealth Games|url=https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/faridabad-gears-up-for-cwealth-games/articleshow/2185688.cms?from=mdr|access-date=11 December 2019|website=[[The Economic Times]]|publisher=[[Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.]]|publication-place=[[Faridabad]]|oclc=}}</ref> and [[District Magistrate]] ([[Sonipat]] and [[Rohtak]]).<ref name=":1" /><ref>{{Cite web|last=Sharma|first=Jatinder|date=21 March 2001|title=HBVN Scheme Finds Few Takers|url=https://www.tribuneindia.com/2001/20010322/haryana.htm|access-date=14 December 2019|website=[[The Tribune (Chandigarh)|The Tribune]]|publisher=The Tribune Trust|publication-place=[[Chandigarh]]|oclc=}}</ref> [[File:The_Joint_Secretary,_Department_of_Economic_Affairs,_Shri_Rajesh_Khullar_and_the_Ambassador_of_Japan_to_India.jpg|alt=|left|thumb|310x310px|Khullar (right) with the Ambassador of [[Japan]] to [[India]], Takeshi Yagi (left) on the signing of the [[Official Development Assistance (Japan)|Official Development Assistance]] agreement in [[New Delhi]] on {{date|November 12, 2013|mdy}}]] == Works == * ''Viral Match'' (2008) ISBN 9788129112835 * ''Civil Services General Studies Main Examination - A Strategic Approach'' (2004) ISBN 8190214802 == References == {{Reflist}} == External links == {{Commonscat|Rajesh Khullar|position=right}} * {{URL|1=https://supremo.nic.in/ERSheetHtml.aspx?OffIDErhtml=14979&PageId=|2=Executive Record Sheet, as maintained by the Department of Personnel and Training, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Government of India}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Khullar, Rajesh}} [[Category:Indian Administrative Service officers]] [[Category:People from Haryana]] [[Category:Living people]] [[Category:1963 births]]
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2021 LTP Charleston Pro Tennis II #
Keroks: ←Created page with '{{short description|Tennis tournament}} {{Infobox tennis event|2021|LTP Charleston Pro Tennis II| | date=21–27 June 2021 | edition=6th | surface=Tennis court...' {{short description|Tennis tournament}} {{Infobox tennis event|2021|LTP Charleston Pro Tennis II| | date=21–27 June 2021 | edition=6th | surface=[[Tennis court#Clay courts|Clay]] | location=[[Charleston, South Carolina]], United States | category=[[ITF Women's World Tennis Tour]] | prize_money = $60,000 | defchamps={{flagicon|USA}} [[Caroline Dolehide]] | defchampd={{flagicon|KAZ}} [[Anna Danilina]] / {{flagicon|USA}} [[Ingrid Neel]] | before_year=2019 | main_name = LTP Charleston Pro Tennis }} The '''2021 [[LTP Charleston Pro Tennis|LTP Charleston Pro Tennis II]]''' is a professional women's [[tennis]] tournament played on outdoor [[Tennis court#Clay courts|clay courts]]. It is the sixth edition of the tournament which is part of the [[2021 ITF Women's World Tennis Tour]]. It takes place in [[Charleston, South Carolina]], United States between 21 and 27 June 2021.<ref>{{cite web|work=ITFtennis.com|publisher=ITF World Tennis Tour|title=W60 Charleston, SC|url=https://www.itftennis.com/en/tournament/w60-charleston-sc/usa/2021/w-itf-usa-13a-2021/fact-sheet/}}</ref> ==Singles main draw entrants== ===Seeds=== {|class="sortable wikitable" |- ! width="70"| Country ! width="175"| Player ! Rank<sup>1</sup> ! Seed |- |{{flag|USA}} |[[Conny Perrin]] |251 |1 |- |{{flag|GRE}} |[[Despina Papamichail]] |258 |2 |- |{{flag|USA}} |[[Hanna Chang (tennis)|Hanna Chang]] |268 |3 |- |{{flag|FRA}} |[[Amandine Hesse]] |271 |4 |- |{{flag|USA}} |[[Alycia Parks]] |275 |5 |- |{{flag|JPN}} |[[Kyōka Okamura]] |280 |6 |- |{{flag|BRA}} |[[Gabriela Cé]] |281 |7 |- |{{flag|MEX}} |[[Marcela Zacarías]] |300 |8 |} * <sup>1</sup> Rankings are as of 14 June 2021. ===Other entrants=== The following players received wildcards into the singles main draw: * {{flagicon|}} * {{flagicon|}} * {{flagicon|}} * {{flagicon|}} The following players received entry from the qualifying draw: * {{flagicon|}} * {{flagicon|}} * {{flagicon|}} * {{flagicon|}} * {{flagicon|}} * {{flagicon|}} * {{flagicon|}} * {{flagicon|}} ==Champions== ===Singles=== {{main|2021 LTP Charleston Pro Tennis II – Singles}} *{{flagicon|}} '''[[TBD]]''' vs. {{flagicon|}} '''[[TBD]]''' ===Doubles=== {{main|2021 LTP Charleston Pro Tennis II – Doubles}} * {{flagicon|}} '''[[TBD]]''' / {{flagicon|}} '''[[TBD]]''' vs. {{flagicon|}} '''[[TBD]]''' / {{flagicon|}} '''[[TBD]]''' ==References== {{reflist}} ==External links== * [https://www.itftennis.com/en/tournament/w60-charleston-sc/usa/2021/w-itf-usa-13a-2021/fact-sheet/ 2021 LTP Charleston Pro Tennis II] at ITFtennis.com * [http://ltp-tournaments.com/60k-itf/ Official website] {{2021 ITF Women's World Tennis Tour}} {{DEFAULTSORT:LTP Charleston Pro Tennis 2, 2021}} [[Category:2021 ITF Women's World Tennis Tour]] [[Category:2021 in American sports]] [[Category:June 2021 sports events in the United States]]
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CAFA U-20 Women's Championship #
Arijit Tagore: {{Infobox football tournament | name = CAFA U-20 Women's Championship | logo = | caption = | founded = 2021 | region = [[Central Asia]] ([[Central Asian Football Association|CAFA]]) | number of teams = 5 | current champions = | most successful team = | broadcasters = | motto = | website = | current =[[2021 CAFA U-20 Women's Championship|2021]] }} The '''CAFA U-20 Women's Championship''' is a biennial [[association football|football]] championship for women's footballers under the age of 20 and is organized by the [[Central Asian Football Association]] (CAFA). The championship was held for the first time in June 2021 in [[Tajikistan]].<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|work=Global Sports Archive|access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url=https://www.the-afc.com/afc-home/about-afc/overview/|title=AFC adds a fifth zone as Extraordinary Congress approves amendments to AFC statues|date=12 January 2015|work=Asian Football Confederation|access-date=13 June 2021}}</ref> == References== {{reflist}} {{International football}} {{AFC teams}} {{CAFA competitions}} [[Category:Association football sub-confederations]] [[Category:Association football governing bodies in Asia]] [[Category:Sports organizations established in 2015]] [[Category:2015 establishments in Asia]]
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Dawn Raids (New Zealand) #
Andykatib: /* Civil society responses */ The '''Dawn raids''' in New Zealand described a crackdown on illegal [[Visa (document)|overstayer]]s from the Pacific Islands from the mid-1970s to the early 1980s. The raids were first introduced in 1973 by [[Norman Kirk]]'s [[Third Labour Government of New Zealand|Labour government]] and were continued by [[Rob Muldoon]]'s [[Third National Government of New Zealand|National government]].{{sfn|Anae|2012|p=227-230}} These operations involved special police squads conducting raids on the homes and workplaces of overstayers throughout New Zealand usually at dawn. Overstayers and their families were often prosecuted and then deported back to their countries.<ref name="Dawn Raids">{{cite AV media |people=Damon Fepulea'I, Rachel Jean, Tarx Morrison |year=2005 |title=''Dawn Raids'' |url=http://www.nzonscreen.com/title/dawn-raids-2005 |format= documentary |publisher=[[TVNZ]], Isola Publications }}</ref>{{sfn|Anae|2012|p=230-233}} ==Background== The Dawn Raids were a product of the New Zealand government's immigration policies to attract more Pacific Islanders. Since the 1950s, the New Zealand government had encouraged substantial emigration from several Pacific countries including [[Samoa]], [[Tonga]], and [[Fiji]] to fill a labour shortage caused by the post&ndash;war economic boom. Consequently, the Pacific Islander population in New Zealand had grown to 45,000 by 1971, with a substantial number overstaying their visas.{{sfn|Parker|2005|p=28-29, 64-65}} During the late 1960s and early 1970s, New Zealand's economy had declined due to several international developments: a decline in international wool prices in 1966, Britain joining the [[European Economic Community]] in 1973 which deprived NZ of a major market for dairy products, and the [[1973 oil crisis]]. This economic downturn led to increased crime, unemployment and other social ailments, which disproportionately affected the Pacific Islander community.{{sfn|Parker|2005|p=64-65}} ==Policy responses== In response to these social problems, Prime Minister Kirk created a special police task force in Auckland in 1973 which was tasked with dealing with overstayers. Its powers also included the power to conduct random checks on suspected overstayers. Throughout 1974, the [[New Zealand Police]] conducted dawn raids against overstayers which sparked criticism from human rights groups and sections of the press. In response to public criticism, the Labour Immigration Minister [[Fraser Colman]] suspended the dawn raids until the government developed a "concerted plan." In April 1974, Kirk also introduced a two&ndash;month amnesty period for overstayers to register themselves with the authorities and be granted a two&ndash;month visa extension. Kirk's change in policies were criticized by the mainstream press, which highlighted crimes and violence perpetrated by [[Māori people|Māori]] and Pacific Islanders.{{sfn|Anae|2012|p=227-230}} In July 1974, the opposition [[National Party of New Zealand|National Party]] leader [[Robert_Muldoon|Muldoon]] promised to reduce immigration and to "get tough" on law and order issues if his party was elected as government. He criticized the Labour government's immigration policies for contributing to the economic recession and a housing shortage. During the 1975 general elections, the National Party also played a controversial electoral advertisement that was later criticized for stoking negative racial sentiments about Polynesian migrants.<ref name="National Party advertisement">{{cite AV media |year=1975 |title=''National Party advertisement''|url=http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/video/2158/national-party-advertisement |format= documentary |publisher=[[TVNZ]], Te Ara: The Encyclopedia of New Zealand }}</ref> Once in power, Muldoon's government accelerated the Kirk government's police raids against Pacific overstayers.{{sfn|Anae|2012|p=230-233}} ==Opposition and abandonment== The Dawn Raids were condemned by different sections of New Zealand society including the Pacific Islander and [[Māori people|Māori]] communities, church groups, employers and workers' unions, anti-racist groups, and the opposition Labour Party. One Pacific group known as the [[Polynesian Panthers]] combated the Dawn Raids by providing legal aid to detainees and staging retaliatory "dawn raids" on several National cabinet ministers including [[Bill Birch]] and [[Frank Gill (politician)|Frank Gill]], the Minister of Immigration. The raids were also criticized by elements of the police and the ruling National Party for damaging race relations with the Pacific Island community.{{sfn|Anae|2012|p=234-236}} Critics also alleged that the Dawn Raids unfairly targeted Pacific Islanders since Pacific Islanders only comprised one-third of the overstayers but made up 86% of those arrested and prosecuted for overstaying.<ref>{{Cite web|last=Beaglehole|first=Ann|title=Controlling Pacific Island immigration|url=https://teara.govt.nz/en/immigration-regulation/page-6|access-date=2020-10-30|website=Te Ara - The Encyclopedia of New Zealand |publisher=[[Ministry for Culture and Heritage]]|language=en}}</ref> The majority of overstayers were from [[Great Britain]], [[Australia]], and [[South Africa]].<ref name="Dawn Raids" /> The Muldoon government's treatment of overstayers also damaged relations with Pacific countries like Samoa and Tonga, and generated criticism from the South Pacific Forum. By 1979, the Muldoon government terminated the Dawn Raids since the deportation of illegal Pacific overstayers had failed to alleviate the ailing New Zealand economy.<ref name="Dawn Raids" /> ==Official apology== In April 2021, members of the [[Pacific Islander|Pasifika]] community called for an official apology, describing the dawn raids as "government{{nbhyph}}sanctioned racism".<ref name="ma'ia'i-2021"> {{cite news | last1 = Ma'ia'i | first1 = Leni | title = 'Government-sanctioned racism': Pasifika in New Zealand call for apology for dawn raid policy | date = 10 April 2021 | work = [[The Guardian]] | location = London, United Kingdom | issn = 0261-3077 | url = http://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/apr/11/government-sanctioned-racism-pasifika-in-new-zealand-call-for-apology-for-dawn-raid-policy | access-date = 2021-04-12 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20210515002148/https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/apr/11/government-sanctioned-racism-pasifika-in-new-zealand-call-for-apology-for-dawn-raid-policy |archive-date=15 May 2021 |url-status=live }} </ref> On 14 June 2021, [[Prime Minister of New Zealand|Prime Minister]] [[Jacinda Ardern]] confirmed that the New Zealand Government would formally apologise for the Dawn Raids at the Auckland Town Hall on 26 June 2021.<ref>{{cite news |last1=Neilson |first1=Michael |title=Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announces apology for dawn raids targeting Pasifika |url=https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/prime-minister-jacinda-ardern-announces-apology-for-dawn-raids-targeting-pasifika/OJPCQRDY3HH4UUQELE5RPSEUHA/ |access-date=14 June 2021 |work=[[The New Zealand Herald]] |date=14 June 2021|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20210614064654/https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/prime-minister-jacinda-ardern-announces-apology-for-dawn-raids-targeting-pasifika/OJPCQRDY3HH4UUQELE5RPSEUHA/|archive-date=14 June 2021|url-status=live}}</ref> That same day, the [[Ministry for Pacific Peoples|Minister for Pacific Peoples]] [[William Sio]] gave an emotional testimony of his family's experiences with a dawn raid, stating that the apology restored [[mana]] for the victims of these raids.<ref>{{cite news |last1=Whyte |first1=Anna |title=Government Minister Aupito William Sio in tears as he recalls family being subjected to dawn raid |url=https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/government-minister-aupito-william-sio-in-tears-he-recalls-family-being-subjected-dawn-raid |access-date=14 June 2021 |work=[[1 News]] |date=14 June 2021|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20210614064916/https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/government-minister-aupito-william-sio-in-tears-he-recalls-family-being-subjected-dawn-raid|archive-date=14 June 2021|url-status=live}}</ref> ==Notes and references== {{Reflist}} ==Further reading== *{{cite book |last=Anae |first=Melanie|editor-first=Mallon |editor-last=Sean |title=Tangata O Le Moana: New Zealand and the People of the Pacific|publisher=Te Papa Press |year=2012 |chapter=Overstayers, Dawn Raids and the Polynesian Panthers |isbn=978-1-877385-72-8}} *{{Citation | last1 = Parker | first1 = John | title = Frontier of Dreams: The Story of New Zealand&mdash;Into the 21st Century, 1946–2005 | publisher = TVNZ and Scholastic | place = Auckland| year = 2005 | pages =28–29, 64–65}} [[Category:History of New Zealand]] [[Category:Law enforcement in New Zealand]] [[Category:Polynesian-New Zealand culture]] [[Category:Social history of New Zealand]]
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Viran Rydkvist #
Ashleyyoursmile: /* Filmography */ + {{Short description|Swedish actress and theatre director}} {{Use dmy dates|date=June 2021}} {{Infobox person | name = Viran Rydkvist | image = Viran Rydqvist.jpg | caption = Viran Rydqvist | birth_name = Anna Elvira Oscaria Rydkvist | birth_date = {{Birth date|1879|12|01|df=yes}} | birth_place = [[Stockholm]], [[Sweden]] | death_date = {{Death date and age|1942|07|10|1879|12|01|df=yes}} | death_place = Stockholm, Sweden | nationality = | occupation = {{flatlist| * Actor * theatre director}} | alma_mater = | spouse = | parents = | relatives = }} '''Anna Elvira Oscaria "Viran" Rydkvist''' (1 December 1879 – 10 July 1942) was a [[Sweden|Swedish]] actress and [[theatre director]]. Born and brout up in [[Stockholm]], she made her acting debut in 1897 at the Arena theatre. During her career, she appeared in numerous stage performances as well as film productions. In 1915, she co-founded [[:sv:Slottskogsteatern|Slottskogsteatern]] in [[Gothenburg]]. Between 1922 and 1935, her involvement as the manager of one of the last outdoor theatres in Sweden, Lilla teatern, played a crucial role in the theatre's milestone.<ref name="skbl">{{cite web |last1=Strömberg |first1=Mikael |title=Anna Elvira Oscaria (Viran) Rydkvist |url=https://www.skbl.se/sv/artikel/ViranRydkvist |website=[[Svenskt kvinnobiografiskt lexikon]] |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=Swedish |date=8 March 2018 |url-status=live}}</ref><ref name="sv">{{cite web |last1=Myggan Ericson |first1=Uno |title=A Elvira (Viran) O Rydkvist |url=https://sok.riksarkivet.se/sbl/Presentation.aspx?id=6283 |website=[[Svenskt biografiskt lexikon]] |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=Swedish |url-status=live}}</ref><ref name="journal">{{cite journal |last1=Stromberg |first1=Mikael |title=Re-valuing Swedish Outdoor Theatre |journal=Popular Entertainment Studies |date=2017 |volume=8 |issue=1 |pages=74–85 |url=https://novaojs.newcastle.edu.au/ojs/index.php/pes/article/viewFile/180/207 |access-date=14 June 2021 |publisher=[[University of Newcastle (Australia)|University of Newcastle, Australia]] |issn=1837-9303}}</ref><ref name="sfd">{{cite web |title=Viran Rydkvist |url=http://www.svenskfilmdatabas.se/sv/item/?type=PERSON&itemid=59701# |publisher=[[Swedish Film Database]] |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=Swedish |url-status=live}}</ref> == Life == Viran Rydkvist was born on 1 December 1879 in [[Stockholm]], [[Sweden]]. She was the daughter of actors Sara (''née'' Lundgren) and Albert Rydqvist, who also owned a theatre. She first appeared in a minor role on the Swedish theatre stage in ''Boccaccio'' in 1897. The leading Swedish [[theatre practitioner]] [[Albert Ranft]] employed Rydkvist in his company, and she began to tour with his [[theatrical troupe]].<ref name="skbl"/><ref name="sv"/><ref name="journal"/> [[Image:AlbertRanft.jpg|thumb|left|Rydkvist made her made her first major stage appearance under the [[theatre practitioner]] [[Albert Ranft]] ''(pictured)''.]] Under the auspices of Ranft's company, she was associated with the [[Folkan]] theatre from 1900 to 1903, and arrived at the theatre scene of [[Gothenburg]] where she made her first major stage appearance. [[:sv: Axel Engdahl| Axel Engdahl]] engaged Rydkvist to appear at the [[Folkteatern]], and she was cast in several [[revue]] performances, [[farces]], and [[comedy (drama)|comedies]], until 1922. During this time, she toured with Engdahl's ensemble, and subsequently founded her own troupe. Her strong point on stage was her [[soprano]] voice, and she began to appear not only in light comic roles but also fully developed character roles. After 1922, she moved to Stockholm where she continued to perform pieces at the [[Vasateatern]]. She also appeared on the radio and in cinemas. She soon began to make a name for herself in films such as ''[[Swing it, magistern!]]'' (1940), where she played the headmistress Agda Löfbeck, and ''[[Magistrarna på sommarlov]]'' (1941), which also starred [[Alice Babs]].<ref name="skbl"/><ref name="sv"/><ref name="journal"/> Besides her acting work, Rydkvist also became one of the first women to run a theatre in Sweden.<ref name="skbl"/> In 1915, she co-founded the theatre [[:sv:Slottskogsteatern|Slottskogsteatern]] in Gothenburg. She established the Göteborgs friluftsteater the following year, and ran it by herself until 1923. Between 1922 and 1935, she ran the Lilla teatern in Gothenburg, one of the last outdoor theatres in Sweden. During this time, the theatre staged popular comedies, as well as serious plays. Rydkvist's involvement as a manager served as a crucial milestone in the theatre's successful run, and Lilla teatern's [[repertoire]] featured productions on women's rights and conditions. She is also credited with providing career opportunities to many young Gothenburg playwrights, who were able to present their works at her theatre.<ref name="skbl"/><ref name="sv"/><ref name="journal"/> Rydkvist died in Stockholm, on 10 July 1942.<ref name="skbl"/> ==Selected plays== * ''Vi som går köksvägen'' (1932)<ref>{{cite newspaper|title=Teater Musik Film: Södrans start |url=http://arkivet.dn.se/arkivet/tidning/1932-09-24/260/10 |work=[[Dagens Nyheter]] |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=Swedish |page=10 |date=24 September 1932 |url-access=registration |url-status=live}}</ref><ref>{{cite newspaper|title=Vi som går köksvägen |url=http://arkivet.dn.se/arkivet/tidning/1932-09-25/261/1 |work=[[Dagens Nyheter]] |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=Swedish |page=1 |date=25 September 1932 |url-access=registration |url-status=live}}</ref> *''Kloka gubben'' (1936)<ref>{{cite newspaper|title=Teater Musik Film: Södra teaterns premiär |url=http://arkivet.dn.se/arkivet/tidning/1936-10-03/269/12 |work=[[Dagens Nyheter]] |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=Swedish |page=12 |date=3 October 1936 |url-access=registration |url-status=live}}</ref><ref>{{cite newspaper|title=Löjen och tårar på Södran |url=http://arkivet.dn.se/arkivet/tidning/1936-10-04/270/18|work=[[Dagens Nyheter]] |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=Swedish |page=18 |date=25 September 1932 |url-access=registration |url-status=live}}</ref> *''Konserten'' (1939)<ref>{{cite web |title=Konserten |url=http://calmview.musikverk.se/CalmView/Record.aspx?src=CalmView.Performance&id=P6725&pos=411 |website=Musikverket |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=Swedish |url-status=live}}</ref> *''Katten i säcken'' (1939)<ref>{{cite newspaper|title='Katten i säcken' på Vasateatern |url=http://arkivet.dn.se/arkivet/tidning/1939-12-31/354/12 |work=[[Dagens Nyheter]] |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=Swedish |page=12 |date=31 December 1939 |url-access=registration |url-status=live}}</ref> *''Den gamla visar sina medaljer'' (1940)<ref>{{cite web |title=Den gamla visar sina medaljer |url=http://calmview.musikverk.se/CalmView/Record.aspx?src=CalmView.Performance&id=PERF14271&pos=413 |website=Musikverket |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=Swedish |url-status=live}}</ref> *''Eldprovet'' (1940)<ref>{{cite web |title=Eldprovet |url=http://calmview.musikverk.se/CalmView/Record.aspx?src=CalmView.Performance&id=PERF14269&pos=417 |website=Musikverket |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=Swedish |url-status=live}}</ref> *''Idag blir igår'' (1940)<ref>{{cite newspaper|title='I dag blir i går' på Vasateatern |url=http://arkivet.dn.se/arkivet/tidning/1940-11-23/321/10 |work=[[Dagens Nyheter]] |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=Swedish |page=10 |date=23 November 1940 |url-access=registration |url-status=live}}</ref> *''Nog lever farfar'' (1941)<ref>{{cite web |title=Nog lever farfar |url=http://calmview.musikverk.se/CalmView/Record.aspx?src=CalmView.Performance&id=PERF14263&pos=420 |website=Musikverket |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=Swedish |url-status=live}}</ref> *''Han som kom till middag'' (1941)<ref>{{cite newspaper|title='Han som kom till middag' på Vasateatern |url=http://arkivet.dn.se/arkivet/tidning/1941-09-19/255/26 |work=[[Dagens Nyheter]] |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=Swedish |page=26 |date=19 September 1941 |url-access=registration |url-status=live}}</ref> *''Lille Napoleon'' (1942)<ref>{{cite newspaper|title='Lille Napoleon' på Vasan |url=http://arkivet.dn.se/arkivet/tidning/1942-03-26/82/14 |work=[[Dagens Nyheter]] |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=Swedish |page=26 |date=26 March 1942 |url-access=registration |url-status=live}}</ref> ==Filmography== Adapted from [[Swedish Film Database]].<ref name="sfd"/> * ''{{Interlanguage link|Jag gifta mig – aldrig|sv}}'' (1932) * [[:sv:Pettersson & Bendel (film)|''Pettersson & Bendel'']] (1933) * ''{{Interlanguage link|Skeppsbrutne Max|sv}}'' (1936) * ''[[Russian Flu (film)|Russian Flu]]'' (1937) * ''{{Interlanguage link|Adolf klarar skivan|sv}}'' (1938) * ''[[Between Us Barons]]'' (1939) * [[:sv:Familjen Björck (film)|''Familjen Björck'']] (1940) * [[:sv:Frestelse (film)|''Frestelse'']] (1940) * ''{{Interlanguage link|Gentleman att hyra|sv}}'' (1940) * [[:sv:Hans Nåds testamente (film, 1940)|''Hans Nåds testamente'']] (1940) * ''[[June Night]]'' (1940) * ''[[Kiss Her!]]'' (1940) * ''{{Interlanguage link|Snurriga familjen|sv}}'' (1940) * ''{{Interlanguage link|Stora famnen|sv}}'' (1940) * ''[[Swing it, magistern!]]'' (1940) * [[:sv:Dunungen (film, 1941)|''Dunungen'']] (1940) * ''[[Magistrarna på sommarlov]]'' (1941) * ''{{Interlanguage link|ASpringpojkar är vi allihopa|sv}}'' (1941) == References == {{Reflist}}{{Authority control}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Rydkvist, Viran}} [[Category:1879 births]] [[Category:1942 deaths]] [[Category:19th-century Swedish actresses]] [[Category:Swedish stage actresses]] [[Category:Swedish film actresses]] [[Category:Swedish theatre directors]]
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Ankadikely Ilafy #
Tonton Bernardo: new {{Infobox settlement <!--See the Table at Infobox Settlement for all fields and descriptions of usage--> <!-- Basic info ----------------> |official_name = Ankadikely Ilafy |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 = Mayor |leader_name = Georges Andriamanganoro |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 = 36.7 <!-- 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 = 96,247 |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|51|S|47|33|E|region:MG|display=inline}} |elevation_footnotes= |elevation_m = 1277 |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 = }} ''' Ankadikely Ilafy''' 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]]. It is situated at 8 km North of [[Antananarivo]] at the [[Route nationale 3 (Madagascar)|National road 3]] and its populations numbers to 96,247 in 2018. The commune is divided in 18 fokontany (villages). ==Sights== *[[Rova d'Ilafy]] ==References== * (in French:) [http://i-tantsoroka.mg/dossier/communemonographie/Ankadikely_MONOGRAPHIE_2019.pdf Monographie de la Commune] {{reflist}} {{Analamanga Region}} [[fr:Ankadikely Ilafy]] [[Category:Populated places in Analamanga]] {{Analamanga-geo-stub}}
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Joe Devel Peak #
Ron Clausen: /* Gallery */ {{Infobox mountain |name = Joe Devel Peak |other_name = |photo = Joe Devel Peak.jpg |photo_caption = East aspect |elevation_ft = 13327 |elevation_ref = <ref name="pb">{{cite peakbagger |pid=2846|name=Joe Devel Peak, California|accessdate=2021-06-13}}</ref> |prominence_ft = 400 |prominence_ref = <ref name="pb"/> |isolation_mi = 0.88 |isolation_ref = <ref name="listsofjohn">{{cite web|url=https://listsofjohn.com/peak/32333|title=Joe Devel Peak - 13,327' CA|website=listsofjohn.com|accessdate=2021-06-13}}</ref> |parent_peak = [[Mount Pickering]] (13,474 ft)<ref name="listsofjohn"/> |etymology = Joseph Devel |listing = [[Sierra Peaks Section]] |map = California#USA |map_caption = Location in California |map_size = 260 |label_position = bottom |location = [[Sequoia National Park]]<br/>[[Tulare County, California|Tulare County]]<br/>[[California|California, U.S.]] |range = [[Sierra Nevada]] |coordinates = {{coord|36.5153256|N|118.2963785|W|type:mountain_region:US-CA_scale:100000_source:GNIS|format=dms|display=inline,title}} |coordinates_ref = <ref name="gnis">{{cite gnis|id=261959|name=Joe Devel Peak|accessdate=2021-06-13}}</ref> |topo = [[United States Geological Survey|USGS]] ''Mount Whitney'' |rock = [[granitic]] |type = [[Fault block]] |age = [[Cretaceous]] |first_ascent = 1875 |easiest_route = {{YDS|2}}<ref name="listsofjohn"/> from south or southwest<ref>[https://www.yosemite.ca.us/library/climbers_guide/whitney.html John D. and Ruth Mendenhall, Arthur B. Johnson, Braeme Gigas, Howard Koster, ''A Climber’s Guide to the High Sierra'', (1954)]</ref> }} '''Joe Devel Peak''' is a 13,327-foot-elevation (4,062&nbsp;meter) mountain summit located just west of the crest of the [[Sierra Nevada]] mountain range in [[Tulare County, California|Tulare County]], [[California]].<ref name="gnis"/> Set in [[Sequoia National Park]], it is situated 4.35&nbsp;miles (7.0&nbsp;km) south of [[Mount Whitney]], 1.5&nbsp;miles (2.4&nbsp;km) southeast of [[Mount Chamberlin (California)|Mount Chamberlin]], and 0.87 mile south of [[Mount Pickering]], the nearest higher neighbor. Joe Devel Peak ranks as the 88th highest summit in California.<ref name="listsofjohn"/> [[Topographic relief]] is significant as the southwest aspect rises over 3,300&nbsp;feet above Rock Creek in approximately two miles. The [[Pacific Crest Trail]] traverses to the south and west of the mountain, providing an approach option. This mountain's name was proposed by Owen L. Williams of the [[Sierra Club]] in 1937, and officially adopted by the [[U.S. Board on Geographic Names]], to commemorate Joseph Devel, one of the members of the [[Wheeler Survey]] who made the [[first ascent]] of this summit on September 20, 1875.<ref>R. J. Secor, ''The High Sierra Peaks, Passes, Trails'', 2009, Third Edition, Mountaineers Books, {{ISBN|9781594857386}}, page 44.</ref><ref>Peter Browning, ''Place Names of the Sierra Nevada From Abbot to Zumwalt'', 1986, Wilderness Press, {{ISBN|9780899970479}}.</ref> ==Climate== Joe Devel Peak has an [[alpine climate]].<ref>{{cite encyclopedia |url=https://www.britannica.com/place/Sierra-Nevada-mountains/Climate |title=Climate of the Sierra Nevada |encyclopedia=[[Encyclopædia Britannica]]}}</ref> Most [[weather front]]s originate in the [[Pacific Ocean]], and travel east toward the Sierra Nevada mountains. As fronts approach, they are forced upward by the peaks, causing them to drop their moisture in the form of rain or snowfall onto the range ([[orographic lift]]). Precipitation [[Surface runoff|runoff]] from this mountain drains west to the [[Kern River]] via Rock Creek. ==Gallery== <div style="max-width: 500px;"> <gallery mode=slideshow> File:Joe Devel and Pickering.jpg|Joe Devel Peak (left) and Mt. Pickering (right) from the east. File:Joe Devel, Pickering, Newcomb from Mt. Langley.jpg|Joe Devel Peak (left), Mt. Pickering centered, Kaweah peaks centered in the distance, [[Mount Newcomb]] (right), viewed from Mt. Langley. </gallery> </div> ==See also== {{Portal|Mountains}} * [[List of the major 4000-meter summits of California]] ==References== {{reflist}} ==External links== * Weather forecast: [https://www.yr.no/en/forecast/daily-table/2-5360794/United%20States/California/Tulare/Joe%20Devel%20Peak Joe Devel Peak] [[Category:Mountains of Tulare County, California]] [[Category:Mountains of Sequoia National Park]] [[Category:North American 4000 m summits]] [[Category:Mountains of Northern California]] [[Category:Sierra Nevada (U.S.)]]
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San Giorgio-class destroyer #
DeltaSquad833: {{short description|Destroyers of the Italian Navy}} {{Use dmy dates|date=June 2021}} {|{{Infobox ship begin | infobox caption = }} {{Infobox ship image | Ship image = File:MM SanMarco.jpg | Ship caption = ''San Marco'' }} {{Infobox ship class overview | Name = ''San Giorgio'' | Builders = *[[Cantieri Navali del Tirreno Riuniti]] *[[Regio Cantiere di Castellammare di Stabia]] | Operators = {{navy|ITA}} | Class before = {{sclass-|Fante|destroyer|4}} | Class after = {{sclass-|Impetuoso|destroyer|4}} | Total ships planned = 2 | Built range = 1939-1941 | Total ships on order = | Total ships completed = 2 | Total ships active = | In commission range = 1955-1980 | Total ships retired = 2 | Subclasses = [[Capitani Romani-class cruiser|''Capitani Romani'' class]] }} {{Infobox ship characteristics | Hide header = | Header caption = | Ship type = [[Destroyer]] | Ship class = | Ship displacement = *{{convert|4850|LT|t|0|abbr=on}} standard *{{convert|5600|LT|t|0|abbr=on}} full load | Ship length = *{{convert|142.2|m|ftin|abbr=on}} | Ship beam = {{convert|14.4|m|ftin|abbr=on}} | Ship draft = {{convert|5.1|m|ftin|abbr=on}} | Ship depth = | Ship hold depth = | Ship propulsion = *4 × [[Thornycroft]] [[Boiler (power generation)|boilers]]s, {{convert|110,000|shp|MW|abbr=on}} *2 × [[Propeller#Marine|screws]] | Ship speed = {{convert|39|kn|lk=in}} | Ship range = {{convert|4060|nmi|km|abbr=on}} at {{convert|16|kn|abbr=on}} | Ship complement = 314 | Ship armament = *3 × twin [[5-inch/38-caliber gun|5"/38 cal gun]]s *1 × [[Menon mortar|Menon ASW mortar]] *4 × quad [[40 mm Bofors|40 mm bofors]] *2 × twin [[40 mm Bofors|40 mm bofors]] *2 × [[Depth charge]] tracks | Ship sensors = *1 × [[AN/SPS-6]] [[Air search radar|air-search radar]] *1 × [[SG-6|SG-6B]] [[surface-search radar]] *1 × [[SP Fighter Direction Radar|SP]] radar *1 × [[AN/SQS-11]] [[sonar]] *1 × [[Mark 37 director|Mark 37]] [[Gun Director|Director]] | Ship armor = | Ship notes = }} |} The '''''San Giorgio'' class''' was a class of 2 [[Destroyer|destroyers]] by the [[Italian Navy]]. They entered service in 1955, with the last one being decommissioned in 1980. == History == After the [[World War II]], given the changing needs of the Navy in the [[Mediterranean Sea|Mediterranean]], it was decided to transform the two ships into destroyers. For the former Pompeo Magno (San Giorgio) and for the former Giulio Germanico (San Marco) the works took place from 1953 to 1955 respectively at the [[Cantieri Navali del Tirreno Riuniti|Cantieri del Tirreno in Genoa]] and the [[Regio Cantiere di Castellammare di Stabia|Navalmeccanica in Castellammare di Stabia]].<ref>{{Cite web|title=Gli incrociatori leggeri classe Capitani Romani|url=http://www.tuttostoria.net/storia-contemporanea.aspx?code=1343|access-date=2021-06-14|website=TuttoStoria}}</ref> === San Giorgio === The San Giorgio had entered service in the [[Regia Marina]] with the name Pompeo Magno in 1943 shortly before the armistice. After the removal from the Navy cadres it was marked by the initials FV 1, but in 1950 its reconstruction was decided as destroyer and enrolled in the rolls with the name San Giorgio. Once the work was completed, the ship entered service in the Italian Navy on 1 July 1955 with the D 562 initials. In 1963 and until 1965, the San Giorgio was again subjected to modification works at the [[La Spezia Naval Base|Arsenal of La Spezia]] to be transformed into a [[training ship]] for the students of the Naval Academy of Livorno, carrying out this task until it was disarmed, which took place in 1980. === San Marco === The San Marco was built with the name Giulio Germanico in the Royal Shipyard of Castellammare di Stabia. Set up in 1939 and launched in 1941, it was completing the set-up when the armistice of 8 September was signed. Falling into the hands of the Germans who had taken control of the shipyard, it was scuttled when the following 28 September the German occupation troops left the city. After the war the hull of the Giulio Germanico was recovered in the port of Castellammare and after the radiation marked by the initials FV 2, given the good overall condition of the hull in 1950 it was decided to rebuild it as a destroyer and registered in the roles with the name San Marco. Once the work was completed, the ship entered service in the Italian Navy on 1 January 1956 with the serial number D 563, serving until 1971 when it was placed in disarmament. == Design == For the two units the main reconstruction works concerned the armament. The eight [[135 mm/45 Italian naval gun|135 mm/45 cal guns]], capable of delivering very precise shots, but lacking satisfactory [[Anti-aircraft warfare|anti-aircraft]] capability, were removed and replaced with six less powerful US [[5-inch/38-caliber gun|5"/38 cal guns]] but with the fundamental ability to perform effective anti-aircraft fire. The guns were configured in three twin towers, one forward and two aft. In place of the second twin forward tower, a [[Menon mortar|Menon ASW mortar]] was installed. The anti-aircraft armament was also reconfigured with the removal of the eight [[Cannone-Mitragliera da 37/54 (Breda)|37 mm/5 cal guns]] replaced by four [[Bofors 40 mm gun|40 mm bofors guns]] in quad variant and two in twin variant systems. The guns weee controlled by a US [[Mark 37 director]] with [[Mark 25 radar]] on top. Other electronic devices were the [[AN/SPS-6]] [[Air search radar|air-search radar]], the [[SG-6|SG-6B]] [[surface-search radar]] and an [[AN/SQS-11|SQS-11]] [[sonar]]. The [[Anti-submarine weapon|anti-submarine]] armament was complemented by four side anti-submarine mortar and two [[depth charge]] tracks. == Ships in the class == {| class="wikitable" !Pennant !Name !Builders !Laid down !Launched !Commissioned/Recommissioned !Decommissioned |- | rowspan="2" |D 562 | rowspan="2" |''[[Italian destroyer San Giorgio|San Giorgio]]'' | rowspan="2" |[[Fincantieri]], [[Ancona]] | rowspan="2" |3 September 1939 | rowspan="2" |24 August 1941 |24 June 1943 |1 May 1948 |- |1955 |1980 |- |D 563 |[[Italian destroyer San Marco|''San Marco'']] |[[Regio Cantiere di Castellammare di Stabia]] |3 April 1939 |26 July 1941 |1955 |1971 |} == Gallery == <gallery mode="nolines"> File:RN Pompeo Magno (1943).jpg|''Pompeo Magno'' File:MM San Giorgio Taranto.jpg|''San Giorgio'' File:RN Giulio Germanico.jpg|''Giulio Germanico'' File:Italian destroyer San Marco (D563) underway c1962.jpg|''San Marco'' </gallery> == Citations == <references />{{Portal bar|Italy|Engineering}} {{Italian Navy}} {{Italian destroyers, frigates and corvettes post-1945|state=collapsed|noshipclass=yes}} {{Ship classes of the Marina Militare}} [[Category:Destroyer classes]] [[Category:1950s ships]] [[Category:Capitani Romani-class cruisers]]
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Ranfurly Shield 1940–1949 #
Sirpottingmix: Create The '''[[Ranfurly Shield]]''', colloquially known as the Log o' Wood, is perhaps the most prestigious trophy in New Zealand's domestic [[rugby union]] competition. First played for in 1904, the Ranfurly Shield is based on a challenge system, rather than a league or knockout competition as with most football trophies. The holding union must defend the Shield in challenge matches, and if a challenger defeats them, they become the new holder of the Shield. ==Holders== 2 different unions held the Ranfurly Shield between 1940 and 1949, however, due to the outbreak of World War 2, no matches were played between 1940 and 1945. {| class="wikitable" |- !|Union !|Won !|Successful<br>Defences |- |{{Rut Southland|ib=y}}||Held at beginning of decade||5 |- |{{Rut Otago|ib=y}}||2 August 1947||17 |- |} ==Fixtures== ===1946=== {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 3 August 1946 | time = | home = {{Rut Southland|ib=y}} | score = 3–0 | report = | away = {{Rut Otago|ib=y}} | try1 = | con1 = | pen1 = Tom Webster | drop1 = | try2 = | con2 = | pen2 = | drop2 = | stadium = [[Rugby Park Stadium]], [[Invercargill]] | attendance = | referee = E.J. Barron (Southland) }} {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 24 August 1946 | time = | home = {{Rut Southland|ib=y}} | score = 11–3 | report = | away = {{Rut Canterbury|ib=y}} | try1 = E.D. Calder | con1 = Tom Webster | pen1 = Tom Webster (2) | drop1 = | try2 = W.P. McHugh | con2 = | pen2 = | drop2 = | stadium = [[Rugby Park Stadium]], [[Invercargill]] | attendance = | referee = E.J. Barron (Southland) }} {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 31 August 1946 | time = | home = {{Rut Southland|ib=y}} | score = 35–9 | report = | away = {{Rut South Canterbury|ib=y}} | try1 = A.S. Chandler (4), <br> Alexander Sutherland (2), <br> R.H. Hazlett, <br> N.J. Bennett, <br> R.F. Waldron | con1 = Tom Webster (2) | pen1 = | drop1 = R.F. Waldron | try2 = P.G. Fitzgerald | con2 = R.G. Prattley | pen2 = | drop2 = G.W. Pratt | stadium = [[Rugby Park Stadium]], [[Invercargill]] | attendance = | referee = R. Ferguson (Southland) }} {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 7 September 1946 | time = | home = {{Rut Southland|ib=y}} | score = 12–3 | report = | away = [[File:Wbush.png|14px|border]] [[Wairarapa Rugby Football Union|Wairarapa]] | try1 = R.H. Hazlett | con1 = | pen1 = Tom Webster (2), <br> R.J. Campbell | drop1 = | try2 = | con2 = | pen2 = M.P. Hurley | drop2 = | stadium = [[Rugby Park Stadium]], [[Invercargill]] | attendance = | referee = E.J. Barron (Southland) }} {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 28 September 1946 | time = | home = {{Rut Southland|ib=y}} | score = 15–3 | report = | away = [[File:northotago.png|14px|border]] {{Rut North Otago|ib=y}} | try1 = Alexander Sutherland (2), <br> J.J. Prendiville, <br> R.H. Hazlett | con1 = | pen1 = Tom Webster | drop1 = | try2 = | con2 = | pen2 = E.V. Wright | drop2 = | stadium = [[Rugby Park Stadium]], [[Invercargill]] | attendance = | referee = J.J. North (Southland) }} ===1947=== {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 2 August 1947 | time = | home = {{Rut Southland|ib=y}} | score = 11–17 | report = | away = {{Rut Otago|ib=y}} | try1 = G.S. Kennedy, <br> G.H. Spittle | con1 = L.F. Ward | pen1 = L.F. Ward | drop1 = | try2 = [[Ron Elvidge]] (2), <br> [[Ian Botting]], <br> [[John Tanner (rugby union)|John Tanner]] | con2 = [[Rex Orr]] | pen2 = [[Rex Orr]] | drop2 = | stadium = [[Rugby Park Stadium]], [[Invercargill]] | attendance = 21,000 | referee = R. Ferguson (Southland) }} {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 9 August 1947 | time = | home = {{Rut Otago|ib=y}} | score = 31–12 | report = | away = [[File:NLTaniwha.png|14px]] [[Northland Rugby Football Union|North Auckland]] | try1 = [[John Tanner (rugby union)|John Tanner]], <br> L.S. Woodhouse, <br> [[Graham Moore (rugby union)|Graham Moore]], <br> [[Jim Kearney (rugby union)|Jim Kearney]] | con1 = [[Rex Orr]] (3) | pen1 = [[Rex Orr]] (3) | drop1 = [[Jim Kearney (rugby union)|Jim Kearney]] | try2 = [[Manahi Nitama Paewai|Doc Paewai]] | con2 = | pen2 = [[Nau Cherrington]] (3) | drop2 = | stadium = [[Carisbrook]], [[Dunedin]] | attendance = | referee = J.J. North (Southland) }} {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 20 August 1947 | time = | home = {{Rut Otago|ib=y}} | score = 18–12 | report = | away = {{Rut Auckland|ib=y}} | try1 = [[John Tanner (rugby union)|John Tanner]], <br> [[Ron Elvidge]] | con1 = [[Laurie Haig]] | pen1 = [[Laurie Haig]] (2) | drop1 = [[Jim Kearney (rugby union)|Jim Kearney]] | try2 = Les Deas (2) | con2 = [[Bob Scott (rugby)|Bob Scott]] | pen2 = | drop2 = D.J. Ewert | stadium = [[Carisbrook]], [[Dunedin]] | attendance = | referee = Leslie Walsh (Canterbury) }} {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 13 September 1947 | time = | home = {{Rut Otago|ib=y}} | score = 8–0 | report = | away = {{Rut Southland|ib=y}} | try1 = Kevin O'Connor | con1 = [[Jim Kearney (rugby union)|Jim Kearney]] | pen1 = [[Jim Kearney (rugby union)|Jim Kearney]] | drop1 = | try2 = | con2 = | pen2 = | drop2 = | stadium = [[Carisbrook]], [[Dunedin]] | attendance = | referee = J.G.G. Fitzpatrick (Wellington) }} {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 27 September 1947 | time = | home = {{Rut Otago|ib=y}} | score = 42–3 | report = | away = [[File:northotago.png|14px|border]] {{Rut North Otago|ib=y}} | try1 = [[Ron Elvidge]] (2), <br> Kevin O'Connor (2), <br> [[John Tanner (rugby union)|John Tanner]], <br> [[Ian Botting]], <br> [[Graham Moore (rugby union)|Graham Moore]], <br> D.H. Hamilton, <br> [[Jim Kearney (rugby union)|Jim Kearney]], <br> [[Jack McNab]], <br> L.S. Woodhouse | con1 = [[Rex Orr]] | pen1 = [[Rex Orr]] | drop1 = [[Jim Kearney (rugby union)|Jim Kearney]] | try2 = M.D. Fountain | con2 = | pen2 = | drop2 = | stadium = [[Carisbrook]], [[Dunedin]] | attendance = | referee = L.K. Murray (South Canterbury) }} ===1948=== {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 31 July 1948 | time = | home = {{Rut Otago|ib=y}} | score = 25–0 | report = | away = {{Rut Southland|ib=y}} | try1 = Bill Meates (3), <br> [[Ian Botting]] (2), <br> [[Ray Dalton (rugby union)|Ray Dalton]], <br> [[Ron Elvidge]] | con1 = [[Laurie Haig]], <br> [[Graham Moore (rugby union)|Graham Moore]] | pen1 = | drop1 = | try2 = | con2 = | pen2 = | drop2 = | stadium = [[Carisbrook]], [[Dunedin]] | attendance = | referee = Arthur Fong (West Coast) }} {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 18 August 1948 | time = | home = {{Rut Otago|ib=y}} | score = 31–0 | report = | away = {{Rut Canterbury|ib=y}} | try1 = [[Jim Kearney (rugby union)|Jim Kearney]] (2), <br> Bill Meates, <br> L.S. Woodhouse, <br> [[Ian Botting]] <br> [[Laurie Haig]], <br> [[Ron Elvidge]] | con1 = [[Jim Kearney (rugby union)|Jim Kearney]], <br> [[Laurie Haig]] | pen1 = [[Laurie Haig]] (2) | drop1 = | try2 = | con2 = | pen2 = | drop2 = | stadium = [[Carisbrook]], [[Dunedin]] | attendance = | referee = R. Ferguson (Southland) }} {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 21 August 1948 | time = | home = {{Rut Otago|ib=y}} | score = 20–3 | report = | away = {{Rut Wanganui|ib=y}} | try1 = Bill Meates (3), <br> L.S. Woodhouse, <br> [[Laurie Haig]] | con1 = [[Laurie Haig]] | pen1 = | drop1 = [[Jim Kearney (rugby union)|Jim Kearney]] | try2 = [[Don Beard]] | con2 = | pen2 = | drop2 = | stadium = [[Carisbrook]], [[Dunedin]] | attendance = | referee = L.K. Murray (South Canterbury) }} {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 28 August 1948 | time = | home = {{Rut Otago|ib=y}} | score = 12–6 | report = | away = {{Rut Hawke's Bay|ib=y}} | try1 = [[Ian Botting]] | con1 = | pen1 = [[Laurie Haig]] (2), <br> [[Graham Moore (rugby union)|Graham Moore]] | drop1 = | try2 = | con2 = | pen2 = Barney Wishnowsky (2) | drop2 = | stadium = [[Carisbrook]], [[Dunedin]] | attendance = | referee = Bill Firmin (Wellington) }} {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 4 September 1948 | time = | home = {{Rut Otago|ib=y}} | score = 40–0 | report = | away = {{Rut Poverty Bay|ib=y}} | try1 = [[Jim Kearney (rugby union)|Jim Kearney]] (3), <br> Kevin O'Connor (2), <br> [[Ian Botting]] (2), <br> Bill Meates, <br> [[Laurie Haig]] <br> L.S. Woodhouse, <br> [[Ron Elvidge]] | con1 = [[Laurie Haig]] (2) | pen1 = [[Graham Moore (rugby union)|Graham Moore]] | drop1 = | try2 = | con2 = | pen2 = | drop2 = | stadium = [[Carisbrook]], [[Dunedin]] | attendance = | referee = Robert Pratt (Buller) }} {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 8 September 1948 | time = | home = {{Rut Otago|ib=y}} | score = 36–6 | report = | away = {{Rut South Canterbury|ib=y}} | try1 = Bill Meates (5), <br> [[Laurie Haig]], <br> [[Ron Elvidge]], <br> [[Jim Kearney (rugby union)|Jim Kearney]] | con1 = [[Laurie Haig]] (3) | pen1 = [[Laurie Haig]] (2) | drop1 = | try2 = J.L. Taylor | con2 = | pen2 = R.G. Prattley | drop2 = | stadium = [[Carisbrook]], [[Dunedin]] | attendance = | referee = J.G.G. Fitzpatrick (Wellington) }} {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 25 September 1948 | time = | home = {{Rut Otago|ib=y}} | score = 11–0 | report = | away = {{Rut Wellington|ib=y}} | try1 = [[Ian Botting]], <br> Peter Johnstone | con1 = [[Laurie Haig]] | pen1 = | drop1 = [[Jim Kearney (rugby union)|Jim Kearney]] | try2 = | con2 = | pen2 = | drop2 = | stadium = [[Carisbrook]], [[Dunedin]] | attendance = | referee = George Sullivan (Taranaki) }} ===1949=== {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 30 July 1949 | time = | home = {{Rut Otago|ib=y}} | score = 6–6 | report = | away = [[File:Buller Rugby (colours).png|14px]] [[Buller Rugby Football Union|Buller]] | try1 = N.M. McKenzie | con1 = | pen1 = [[Graham Moore (rugby union)|Graham Moore]] | drop1 = | try2 = R.P. Hawes, <br> W.M. Cunniffe | con2 = | pen2 = | drop2 = | stadium = [[Carisbrook]], [[Dunedin]] | attendance = | referee = Leslie Walsh (Canterbury) }} {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 6 August 1949 | time = | home = {{Rut Otago|ib=y}} | score = 22–3 | report = | away = {{Rut Manawatu|ib=y}} | try1 = [[William Lunn (rugby union)|Bill Lunn]], <br> Kevin O'Connor, <br> Ray Bell, <br> C.J. MacDonald | con1 = Ray Bell, <br> Willis Perriam | pen1 = Ray Bell, <br> Willis Perriam | drop1 = | try2 = | con2 = | pen2 = H.D. Harkness | drop2 = | stadium = [[Carisbrook]], [[Dunedin]] | attendance = | referee = T.V. Cahill (North Otago) }} {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 13 August 1949 | time = | home = {{Rut Otago|ib=y}} | score = 6–3 | report = | away = {{Rut Southland|ib=y}} | try1 = | con1 = | pen1 = Ray Bell | drop1 = L.S. Woodhouse | try2 = | con2 = | pen2 = Tom Webster | drop2 = | stadium = [[Carisbrook]], [[Dunedin]] | attendance = | referee = Bill Firmin (Wellington) }} {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 17 August 1949 | time = | home = {{Rut Otago|ib=y}} | score = 27–5 | report = | away = {{Rut Waikato|ib=y}} | try1 = [[Graham Moore (rugby union)|Graham Moore]] (2), <br> Willis Perriam, <br> R.F. Waldron, <br> [[William Lunn (rugby union)|Bill Lunn]] | con1 = Willis Perriam (2), <br> Ray Bell | pen1 = Willis Perriam, <br> Ray Bell | drop1 = | try2 = B.A.C. Cowley | con2 = G.R. Brunskill | pen2 = | drop2 = | stadium = [[Carisbrook]], [[Dunedin]] | attendance = | referee = W. Bruce Mitchell (Southland) }} {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 17 September 1949 | time = | home = {{Rut Otago|ib=y}} | score = 6–5 | report = | away = {{Rut Taranaki|ib=y}} | try1 = N.M. McKenzie | con1 = | pen1 = Ray Bell | drop1 = | try2 = Roy Roper | con2 = M.S. Cockerill | pen2 = | drop2 = | stadium = [[Carisbrook]], [[Dunedin]] | attendance = | referee = C.G. Wallace (Waikato) }} {{rugbybox collapsible | round = | date = 28 September 1949 | time = | home = {{Rut Otago|ib=y}} | score = 16–5 | report = | away = {{Rut Auckland|ib=y}} | try1 = C.R. Moore, <br> Ray Bell, <br> Ross Wightman, <br> L.S. Woodhouse | con1 = Ray Bell (2) | pen1 = | drop1 = | try2 = Ivan Versalko | con2 = R.G. Sorenson | pen2 = | drop2 = | stadium = [[Carisbrook]], [[Dunedin]] | attendance = | referee = George Sullivan (Taranaki) }} == References == {{Reflist}} {{cite book | last = Knight | first = Lindsay | year = 1980 | title = Shield Fever | publisher = Rugby Press | isbn = 0-9597553-8-1}} == External links == [https://web.archive.org/web/20100525103247/http://www.scrum.co.nz/Ranfurly_Shield_1946-1949.asp Results at Scrum.co.nz] {{Ranfurly Shield}} {{Rugby union in New Zealand}} {{DEFAULTSORT:Ranfurly Shield 1940-49}} [[Category:Ranfurly Shield|1940-49]] [[Category:1946 in New Zealand rugby union]] [[Category:1947 in New Zealand rugby union]] [[Category:1948 in New Zealand rugby union]] [[Category:1949 in New Zealand rugby union]]
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Peyton McNamara #
Seany91: {{Infobox football biography | name = Peyton McNamara | image = | image_size = | alt = | caption = | fullname = | birth_date = {{birth date and age|2002|2|22|df=yes}} | birth_place = | death_date = | death_place = | height = | position = [[Midfielder (association football)|Midfielder]] | currentclub = [[Ohio State Buckeyes women's soccer|Ohio State Buckeyes]] | clubnumber = 3 | youthyears1 = | youthclubs1 = | collegeyears1 = 2020– | college1 = [[Ohio State Buckeyes women's soccer|Ohio State Buckeyes]] | collegecaps1 = 14 | collegegoals1 = 6 | years1 = | clubs1 = | caps1 = | goals1 = | nationalyears1 = 2020 | nationalteam1 = [[Jamaica women's national under-20 football team|Jamaica U20]] | nationalcaps1 = 5 | nationalgoals1 = 0 | nationalyears2 = 2021– | nationalteam2 = [[Jamaica women's national football team|Jamaica]] | nationalcaps2 = 2 | nationalgoals2 = 0 | medaltemplates = | club-update = 14 June 2021 | nationalteam-update = 14 June 2021 }} '''Peyton McNamara''' (born 22 February 2022) is an American-born Jamaican [[Association football|footballer]] who plays as a [[Midfielder (association football)|midfielder]] for American collegiate team [[Ohio State Buckeyes women's soccer|Ohio State Buckeyes]] and the [[Jamaica women's national football team|Jamaica national team]]. == International career == Born in the United States, McNamara is eligible to represent Jamaica internationally through her mother's heritage, and she first played for the [[Jamaica women's national under-20 football team|U20 team]] in 2020.<ref>{{cite news |last1=Sigal |first1=Jonathan |title=Peyton McNamara shines for Jamaica at Concacaf U-20 Championship |url=https://www.nesoccerjournal.com/peyton-mcnamara-shines-for-jamaica-at-concacaf-u-20-championship/ |access-date=14 June 2021 |publisher=New England Soccer Journal |date=7 March 2020}}</ref> McNamara received her first call-up to the [[Jamaica women's national football team|senior team]] in June 2021.<ref>{{cite news |title=Busby thinks Houston friendlies progressive way to kick-start qualifying programme |url=https://www.jamaicaobserver.com/sports/busby-thinks-houston-friendlies-progressive-way-to-kick-start-qualifying-programme_221396?profile=1196&template=FootballArticle |access-date=14 June 2021 |publisher=Jamaica Observer |date=14 May 2021}}</ref> She then made her senior international debut against [[Nigeria women's national football team|Nigeria]] on 10 June 2021.<ref>{{cite news |title=JAMAICA DOWNS NIGERIA 1-0 TO KICK OFF 2021 WNT SUMMER SERIES |url=https://www.ussoccer.com/stories/2021/06/jamaica-downs-nigeria-1-0-to-kick-off-2021-wnt-summer-series |access-date=14 June 2021 |publisher=US Soccer |date=10 June 2021}}</ref> == References == {{reflist}} == External links == * [https://ohiostatebuckeyes.com/roster/peyton-mcnamara/ Ohio State profile] * {{soccerway|peyton-mcnamara/648122}} {{DEFAULTSORT:McNamara, Peyton}}
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2022 Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation election #
Nitesh003: +Category:Municipal corporation elections in India; +Category:Elections in Maharashtra; +Category:Local elections in Maharashtra using HotCat {{Infobox election | election_name = 2022 Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation election | type = Parliamentary | last_election5 = 7 | ongoing = No | election_date = February 2022 | country = India | previous_election = 2017 Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation election | previous_year = 2017 | seats_for_election = All 227 seats in [[Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation]] | majority_seats = 114 | party1 = Shiv Sena | party2 = Bharatiya Janata Party | party3 = Indian National Congress | party4 = Nationalist Congress Party | party5 = Maharashtra Navnirman Sena | last_election1 = 97 | last_election2 = 82 | last_election3 = 31 | last_election4 = 9 | image1 = }} The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation election, 2022 is an election of members to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation which governs Greater Mumbai, the largest city in India. The 2022 BMC election is scheduled to held in February 2022.<ref>{{Cite news|title=‘BJP will win BMC polls in 2022’|language=en-IN|work=The Hindu|url=https://www.thehindu.com/news/states/bjp-will-win-bmc-polls-in-2022/article30240644.ece|access-date=2021-06-14|issn=0971-751X}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|title=SEC nod for BMC elections in February 2022|url=https://www.hindustantimes.com/cities/mumbai-news/secnod-for-bmc-elections-in-february-2022-101622488430196.html|access-date=2021-06-14|website=Hindustan Times|language=en}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|title=BMC निवडणूक होणार; राज्य निवडणूक आयोगाने दिले 'हे' आदेश|url=https://maharashtratimes.com/maharashtra/mumbai-news/bmc-election-2022-maharashtra-state-election-commission-has-directed-bmc-to-prepare-for-election/articleshow/83134330.cms|access-date=2021-06-14|website=Maharashtra Times|language=mr|trans-title=BMC elections to be held; 'This' order issued by the State Election Commission}}</ref> == Schedule == {| class="wikitable" !Poll Event !Schedule !Day |- |Issue of notification of election |'''TBD''' |'''TBD''' |- |Last Date for filing nomination |'''TBD''' |'''TBD''' |- |Scrutiny of Nominations |'''TBD''' |'''TBD''' |- |Withdrawal of Candidature |'''TBD''' |'''TBD''' |- |Date of Poll |'''TBD''' |'''TBD''' |- |Date of Counting |'''TBD''' |'''TBD''' |- |Date of Completion |'''TBD''' |'''TBD''' |} == References == {{reflist}} [[Category:Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation]] [[Category:Municipal corporation elections in India]] [[Category:Elections in Maharashtra]] [[Category:Local elections in Maharashtra]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2022_Brihanmumbai_Municipal_Corporation_election

Elongoparorchis #
Estopedist1: ←Created page with '{{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = {{subst:PAGENAME}} |authority = Rao, 1961 |synonyms = * ''Dollfustravassosius'' <small>Teixeira de Freit...' {{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = Elongoparorchis |authority = Rao, 1961 |synonyms = * ''Dollfustravassosius'' <small>Teixeira de Freitas & Kohn, 1967</small> * ''Pelorohelmins'' <small>Fischthal & Kuntz, 1964</small> * ''Tetraster'' <small>Oshmarin, 1965</small> }} '''''Elongoparorchis''''' is a genus of [[flatworms]] belonging to the family [[Dictysarcidae]].<ref name="WORMS">{{cite web |title=WoRMS - World Register of Marine Species - Elongoparorchis Rao, 1961 |url=https://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=725160 |website=www.marinespecies.org |access-date=14 June 2021}}</ref> Species:<ref name="WORMS" /> *''[[Elongoparorchis arii]]'' {{small|Shen & Tung, 1984}} *''[[Elongoparorchis moniliovatus]]'' {{small|(Teixeira de Freitas, 1967) Jones & Khalil, 1984}} *''[[Elongoparorchis pneumatis]]'' {{small|Rao, 1961}} ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Taxonbar|from=Q61487504}} [[Category:Flatworms]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elongoparorchis

PT Triangle Motorindo #
Surijeal: {{Infobox company | name = Triangle Motorindo | logo = | image = | image_caption = | type = [[Private company|Private]] ([[Perseroan Terbatas|PT]]) | traded_as = Viar Motor Indonesia | foundation = 2000 | founder = | location_city = [[Semarang]], [[Central Java]] | location_country = Indonesia | area_served = Indonesia (mainly), worldwide | key_people = | industry = [[Automotive industry|Automotive]] | products = [[Motorcycles]], [[commercial vehicle]]s, [[off-road vehicle]] | production = | services = | revenue = | operating_income = | net_income = | aum = | assets = | equity = | owner = | num_employees = | divisions = | homepage = {{URL|https://www.viarmotor.com/}} }} '''PT Triangle Motorindo''' is an [[Privately held company|private]] [[Indonesia|Indonesian]] [[automotive]] manufacturer based in Semarang, Central Java. Its tradename is '''Viar Motor Indonesia''' or simply '''Viar'''. Main products of Viar are [[Motorized tricycle|motor trike]], [[Scooter (motorcycle)|scooter motorcycle]], [[Underbone|underbone motorcycle]], [[sport bike]], [[electric motorbike]], [[motocross]], and [[All-terrain vehicle|ATV]].<ref name=":0">{{Cite web|date=2020-10-13|title=Sejarah Perusahaan VIAR, Perusahaan Motor Terkemuka|url=https://bossmotor.net/2020/10/13/sejarah-perusahaan-viar-perusahaan-motor-terkemuka/|access-date=2021-06-14|website=My Blog|language=en-US}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|last=admin|date=2020-10-12|title=Motor VIAR Unggulan Dengan Kualitas Memuaskan|url=https://www.istanayamaha.com/2020/10/12/motor-viar-unggulan-dengan-kualitas-memuaskan/|access-date=2021-06-14|website=Istanayamaha.com|language=en-US}}</ref> == History == PT Triangle Motorindo is founded in February 2000 and started to import Taiwanese motorcycle in CBU (Completely Built-Up) scheme in July 2000. In July 2001, CKD (Completely Knocked-Down) assembly begins. In October 2001, Viar Taiwan Motorcycle project Apollo generation begins, the assembly is carried out by IKD (Incompletely Knocked-Down) scheme using Taiwan engine components and assisted by experts from Taiwan. In June 2003, the phase II integrated plant was officially operational and the Speed generation VIAR went into production. The use of local components is increasingly encouraged. Phase III of the integrated plant was completed in July 2007 and continued with the development of production lines, QC, R&B, and Engineering Technology for the future production. In July of the same year, the construction of the integrated factory Phase IV begins with preparations for the construction of a modern and integrated automotive industrial area. The amount of phase IV investment is 20 million USD. In May 2011 the factory at Bukit Semarang Baru officially started operating. The entire production process is carried out in the newest factory. The integrated development of Phase V of warehouse expansion (north part) for spare parts and finished units storage was carried out in June 2013.<ref>{{Cite web|date=2017-09-14|title=Sekilas Tentang Sejarah Viar Motor Indonesia|url=http://www.viar.co.id/sejarah-viar-motor-indonesia/|access-date=2021-06-14|website=Viar.co.id|language=id-ID}}</ref> Currently, Viar exports motorcycles abroad, such as countries in Africa, Asia Pacific, and [[East Timor]].<ref>{{cite news|title=Produk Viar Sudah Mendunia|url=https://oto.detik.com/motor/d-2839795/ssttss-produk-viar-sudah-mendunia|website=oto.detik.com|date=23 Februari 2015|access-date=19 Oktober 2020}}</ref> == Facility == Viar has 2 production facilities: * Factory I (Terboyo Industrial Park): The first factory was established in December 2000 in the Terboyo Industrial area, Semarang. Here the production system that started from CBU (Completely Built-Up) increased to CKD (Completely Knocked-Down). Each month, this factory is capable of producing as many as 25,000 units. * Factory II (Bukit Semarang Baru): Established in mid 2007 and officially operating in 2011, which replaced the previous factory. It is at this factory that this product becomes an automotive company from Indonesia that assembles its own production. This factory have the latest equipment and supplies in the automotive industry in Indonesia and become the first motorcycle factory in Indonesia to also produce its own original spare parts.<ref>{{Cite web|date=2016-04-15|title=Sejarah dan Perkembangan Viar Motor Indonesia|url=https://www.sepedamotor.com/berita/2016/04/15/sejarah-viar-motor-indonesia/|access-date=2021-06-14|website=Sepedamotor.com|language=en-US}}</ref><ref name=":0" /> == Models == * Viar Apollo (October 2001) * Viar Vix R (December 2009) * Viar Vior 125 (June 2010) * Viar X 200GT * Viar Q1 electric motorcycle (June 2011) * Viar Vortex 250 (July 2011) * Viar Karya/Viar Cargo/Viar Triton * Viar Karya BIT 100/Viar Mini Cargo/Viar Mini Triton * Viar Cross X * Viar Razor/Viar Bulldog * Viar Vintech/Viar Wildcat * Viar Star NX/Viar Pegasus * Viar Akasha * Viar Uno * Viar Panama/Viar Milano * Viar Orion * Viar Caraka == See also == *[[Esemka]] *[[Fin Komodo Teknologi]] *[[KMWI]] == References == <references /> == External links == *[https://www.viarmotor.com/ Official website] *[https://www.viarmotor.com/about-us History and information about Viar Motor Indonesia] {{Automotive industry in Indonesia}} [[Category:Indonesian brands]] [[Category:Motorcycle manufacturers]] [[Category:Motorcycle manufacturers of Indonesia]] [[Category:Vehicle manufacturing companies established in 2000]] [[Category:Indonesian companies established in 2000]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PT_Triangle_Motorindo

Tetrastemmatidae #
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 = Tetrastemmatidae |authority = }} '''Tetrastemmatidae''' is a family of [[worm]]s belonging to the order [[Monostilifera]].<ref name="GBIF">{{cite web |title=Tetrastemmatidae |url=https://www.gbif.org/species/1992 |website=www.gbif.org |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=en}}</ref> ==Genera== {{Expand section|date=June 2021}} Genera:<ref name="GBIF" /> * ''[[Africanemertes]]'' <small>Stiasny-Wijnhoff, 1942</small> * ''[[Albanemertes]]'' <small>Senz, 1993</small> * ''[[Algonemertes]]'' <small>Corrêa, 1954</small> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Taxonbar|from=Q3819898}} [[Category:Nemerteans]]
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Adani Cement #
DombivaliCare: ←Created page with ''''Adani Cement''' is the business subsidiary of Indian conglomerate Adani Group with head office at Ahmedabad, Gujarat. {{Infobox company | name =...' '''Adani Cement''' is the business subsidiary of Indian conglomerate [[Adani Group]] with head office at [[Ahmedabad]], [[Gujarat]]. {{Infobox company | name = Adani Cement | industry = [[Cement]] | hq_location = [[Ahmedabad]] | parent = [[Adani Group]] }} == References == https://m.businesstoday.in/story/adani-group-enters-cement-business-incorporates-adani-cement-industries/1/441513.html https://www.livemint.com/companies/news/gautam-adani-forays-into-cement-business-incorporates-adani-cement-11623498445756.html https://www.timesnownews.com/business-economy/companies/article/adani-enterprises-to-foray-into-cement-business-with-adani-cement/769798 https://www.newindianexpress.com/business/2021/jun/12/gautam-adani-forays-into-cement-business-sets-up-new-wholly-owned-subsidiary-2315411.html https://www.telegraphindia.com/business/adani-enterprises-incorporates-new-subsidiary-for-cement-sector/cid/1818613 https://www.telegraphindia.com/business/adani-enterprises-incorporates-new-subsidiary-for-cement-sector/cid/1818613 https://in.news.yahoo.com/ports-airports-gautam-adani-enters-132713273.html
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Alexander von Hugo #
Jevansen: added Category:Medalists at the 1999 Summer Universiade using HotCat {{Infobox tennis biography | name = Alexander von Hugo | image = | fullname = | country_represented = {{GER}} | birth_date = | birth_place = | death_date = | death_place = | height = | plays = | careerprizemoney = | singlesrecord = | singlestitles = | highestsinglesranking = No. 814 (4 Oct 1993) | doublesrecord = 0–1 | doublestitles = | highestdoublesranking = No. 624 (15 May 1995) | medaltemplates-expand = yes | medaltemplates = {{MedalCompetition | [[Summer Universiade]]}} {{MedalSilver|[[1999 Summer Universiade|1999 Majorca]]|[[Tennis at the 1999 Summer Universiade|Men's Doubles]]}} {{MedalBronze|[[1997 Summer Universiade|1997 Sicily]]|[[Tennis at the 1997 Summer Universiade|Men's Singles]]}} {{MedalBronze|[[1997 Summer Universiade|1997 Sicily]]|[[Tennis at the 1997 Summer Universiade|Mixed Doubles]]}} }} '''Alexander von Hugo''' is a German former professional [[tennis]] player. He had a good record competing at the [[Summer Universiade]], winning three medals for his country, including a singles bronze medal in [[1997 Summer Universiade|Sicily]] in 1997.<ref>{{cite news |title=Two gymnastics stars with uncertain futures |url=https://apnews.com/article/d41be8ac6df795ef00421ac52a2db61c |work=[[AP News]] |date=26 August 1997}}</ref> Active on the professional tour in the 1990s, von Hugo made his only [[ATP Tour]] main draw appearance at the [[1995 ATP German Open|1995 German Open]] in Hamburg, where he partnered Helge Capell in the doubles. He also featured in the qualifying draw for the singles and won his first match, over Sascha Schewiola.<ref>{{cite web |title=Hamburg 1995 Tennis Tournament |url=https://www.itftennis.com/en/tournament/hamburg/ger/1995/m-css-ger-01a-1995/draws-and-results/ |publisher=www.itftennis.com}}</ref> ==References== {{Reflist}} ==External links== * {{ATP|v186}} * {{ITF profile|alexander-von-hugo/800185697/ger}} {{DEFAULTSORT:von Hugo, Alexander}} [[Category:Year of birth missing (living people)]] [[Category:Living people]] [[Category:German male tennis players]] [[Category:Universiade medalists in tennis]] [[Category:Universiade silver medalists for Germany]] [[Category:Universiade bronze medalists for Germany]] [[Category:Medalists at the 1997 Summer Universiade]] [[Category:Medalists at the 1999 Summer Universiade]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_von_Hugo

Diffractor (software) #
Boreloaf: ←Created page with '{{Infobox software |name = Diffractor |logo = |screenshot = |caption = |author =...' {{Infobox software |name = Diffractor |logo = |screenshot = |caption = |author = Zac Walker |developer = Diffractor |released = 100.0 / 2011 | latest release version = 123.3 / May 23, 2021 |status = Active |programming language = [[C++]] |operating system = [[Windows operating system|Windows]] | platform = x86 |genre = [[Image organizer]], [[Image viewer]], [[Media player software|Media player]] |owner = | size = 16 MB | standard = | language = [[English language|English]] and [[German language|German]] |license = [[Proprietary software|Proprietary]] |website = {{URL|https://www.diffractor.com}} }} '''Diffractor''' is an [[image organizer|image]] and video organizer. It indexes local media files to enable fast search and duplicate detection. It supports editing photo, video and audio file metadata as well as limited [[raster image]] editing. Diffractor has been reviewed as both video and photo organizing software.<ref>{{Cite web|date=2014-05-23|title=The Best Photo Viewer I've Seen In Years. And It's Free.|url=http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/best-photo-viewer-ive-seen-years-and-its-free.htm|access-date=2021-06-08|website=Gizmo's Freeware|language=en}}</ref><ref name=":0">{{Cite web|date=2016-03-20|title=Organize photos and videos with Diffractor - gHacks Tech News|url=https://www.ghacks.net/2016/03/20/organize-photos-videos-diffractor/|access-date=2021-06-08|website=gHacks Technology News|language=en-US}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|title=Diffractor VIdeo software|url=https://www.videohelp.com/software/Diffractor|url-status=live}}</ref> == Features == Diffractor unifies managing video and photo files; it supports multiple formats.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Documentation - Diffractor|url=https://diffractor.com/docs#formats|access-date=2021-06-08|website=diffractor.com}}</ref> It can search and modify [[Extensible Metadata Platform|XMP]],  [[IPTC Information Interchange Model|IPTC]], [[Exif]], [[ID3]] and [[MPEG-4 Part 14|MP4]] [[metadata]], locations or tags can be added to batches of files.<ref>{{Cite web|title=diffractor/diffractor|url=https://github.com/diffractor/diffractor|access-date=2021-06-08|website=GitHub|language=en}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|title=Diffractor - Download|url=https://www.netzwelt.de/download/25718-diffractor.html|access-date=2021-06-09|website=Netzwelt|language=de}}</ref> It uses a search syntax to specify metadata fields and file locations; enabling reasonably complex queries.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Documentation - Diffractor|url=https://diffractor.com/docs#search|access-date=2021-06-08|website=diffractor.com}}</ref> Diffractor duplicate detection can be used to determine if external files are already present in folders indexed by Diffractor. It can also find similar images using perceptual hashing.<ref name=":0" /> ==See also== * [[Comparison of image viewers]] ==References== {{Reflist|30em}} ==External links== *[https://www.diffractor.com Official website] [[Category:Image organizers]] [[Category:Graphics software]] [[Category:Windows graphics-related software]] [[Category:Photo software]] [[Category:Image viewers]]
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diffractor_(software)

Ambohimangakely #
Tonton Bernardo: new {{Infobox settlement <!--See the Table at Infobox Settlement for all fields and descriptions of usage--> <!-- Basic info ----------------> |official_name = Ambohimangakely |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 = Mayor |leader_name = Thierry Radafindranaro |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 = <!--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 = 91,056 |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|36|E|region:MG|display=inline}} |elevation_footnotes= |elevation_m = 1255 |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 = [https://commune-ambohimangakely.mg/ commune-ambohimangakely.mg] |footnotes = }} '''Ambohimangakely''' 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 91,056 in 2018. ==Celebreties== *[[Hasina Malalaharison]], vice-world champion 2017 [[Pétanque_World_Championships#Women_TRIPLE_(Triplette)| Pétanque]]<ref>[https://www.lactualite.mg/sport/2792-mondiaux-de-petanque-hasina-malalaharison-fierte-dambohimangakely/ L'Actualité.mg]</ref> ==References== {{reflist}} {{Analamanga Region}} [[fr:Ambohimangakely]] [[Category:Populated places in Analamanga]] {{Analamanga-geo-stub}}
Read more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ambohimangakely

Pseudodactylogyridae #
Estopedist1: ←Created page with '{{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = {{subst:PAGENAME}} |authority = }} '''{{subst:PAGENAME}}''' is a family of flatworms belonging to t...' {{Automatic taxobox |image = |image_caption = |taxon = Pseudodactylogyridae |authority = }} '''Pseudodactylogyridae''' is a family of [[flatworms]] belonging to the order [[Dactylogyridea]].<ref name="GBIF">{{cite web |title=Pseudodactylogyridae |url=https://www.gbif.org/species/5892411 |website=www.gbif.org |access-date=14 June 2021 |language=en}}</ref> Genera:<ref name="GBIF" /> * ''[[Peudodiclidophora]]'' <small>Yamaguti, 1965</small> * ''[[Pseudodactylogyrus]]'' <small>Gusev, 1965</small> * ''[[Pseudodiclidophora]]'' <small>Yamaguti, 1965</small> ==References== {{Reflist}} {{Taxonbar|from=Q18711894}} [[Category:Flatworms]]
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