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20th-century Roman Catholic bishops

                                               

20th-century Roman Catholic priests

                                               

Victor Aly

Aly was a part of the Germany under-21 team which won the 2013 Junior World Cup. He made his debut for the senior national team in February 2015 in a test match against South Africa. In December 2019, he was nominated for the FIH Goalkeeper of th ...

                                               

Gilberto Celestino

Celestino signed with the Houston Astros as an international free agent on July 2, 2015, for a $2.25 million signing bonus. He split the 2016 season between the DSL Astros and the GCL Astros, hitting a combined.257/.365/.393/.758 with 2 home runs ...

                                               

Samir Doughty

Doughty attended Mathematics, Civics and Sciences Charter School in Philadelphia. In middle school, he played for the Philly Pride AAU team. Doughty was a two-time first-team all-league selection in high school and led the Mighty Elephants to bac ...

                                               

Aaron Henry (basketball)

Henry was born in Louisville, Kentucky but moved to Indianapolis, Indiana while he was a child. He attended Ben Davis High School, where he was a four-year starter on the schools basketball team. As a junior, he averaged 14.2 points, 6.6 rebounds ...

                                               

Tariq Owens

Tariq Amir Owens is an American professional basketball player for the Phoenix Suns of the National Basketball Association, on a two-way contract with the Northern Arizona Suns of the NBA G League. He played college basketball for the Texas Tech ...

                                               

21st-century Eastern Catholic bishops

                                               

21st-century Eastern Orthodox bishops

                                               

21st-century Eastern Orthodox priests

                                               

21st-century Oriental Orthodox bishops

                                               

21st-century Roman Catholic bishops

                                               

21st-century Roman Catholic priests

                                               

Florida Tuskers players

                                               

Hartford Colonials players

                                               

Las Vegas Locomotives players

                                               

New York Sentinels players

                                               

Omaha Nighthawks players

                                               

Sacramento Mountain Lions players

                                               

Virginia Destroyers players

                                               

Karlo (name)

Karlo is a Albanian, Basque, Croatian and Esperanto masculine given name as well as a Slovene masculine given name that serves as a Slovene diminutive form of Karel.

                                               

Amhladh

                                               

Amhlaidh

                                               

Gilleasbuig

                                               

Goiridh

                                               

Goraidh

                                               

Gordan

                                               

Seonaidh (given name)

                                               

Torcadall

                                               

Torcall

                                               

Torcull

                                               

Tormoid

                                               

Tegan

Tegan is a given name of Welsh origin. It is a diminutive of the Welsh word teg and means "darling," "loved one," or "favourite," and is the normal Welsh word for "toy." Famous people with the name Tegan include: Tegan Quin born 1980, Canadian si ...

                                               

Ryuko

Ryūko Seihō 龍虎 勢朋, 1941–2014, Japanese sumo wrestler. Ryūkō Gō 剛 隆濤, born 1968, Japanese sumo wrestler. Ryuko Sakurai 桜井 龍子, born 1987, Japanese member of the Supreme Court of Japan. Hayashi Ryūkō 林 榴岡, 1681–1758, Japanese Neo-Confu ...

                                               

Yoshika

Yoshika Mizuno born 1955, a professional Japanese 2 dan Go player. Inoue Yoshika, 1845–1929 a career naval officer in the Imperial Japanese Navy. Yoshika Yuhnagi 1983-2001, a Japanese model. Yoshika Matsubara born 1974, a retired Japanese footbal ...

                                               

Elif

Elif may refer to: The origins of the name Elif arise from the Old Testament, see Aleph, Alpha and A, below for more. It is the symbol that unlocks many of the older religious Abrahamic texts. During the war of independence in Turkey, Ataturk beg ...

                                               

Elvan (disambiguation)

St Elvan, another name for St Elwen of Cornwall. Elvan Abeylegesse born 1982, Ethiopian-Turkish female track and field athlete. St Elvan, a possibly legendary 2nd-century British saint.

                                               

Ozge

Ozge Kavurmacıoğlu born 1993, Turkish female basketball player. Ozgenur Yurtdagulen born 1993, Turkish volleyball player. Çağıl Ozge Ozkul born 1988, Turkish beauty pageant titleholder. Ozge Ozberk born 1976, Turkish actress. Ozge Akın born 1985, ...

                                               

Tutku

Tutku may refer to: Tutku, Estonia, village in Saaremaa Parish, Saare County, Estonia. Tutku Açık born 1980, Turkish basketball player. Tutkusu, Turkish studio album by Erkin Koray.

                                               

Actresses from Hawaii

                                               

Cork senior ladies football team templates

                                               

Womens association football navigational boxes

                                               

Womens cricket navigational boxes

                                               

Womens rugby union navigational boxes

                                               

Bilyana (name)

                                               

Qingling

Qingling is a given name of Chinese origin that may refer to: Wang Qingling born 1993, Chinese heptathlete. Song Qingling field hockey born 1986, Chinese field hockey player. Soong Ching-ling 1893–1981, Chinese politician.

                                               

Shanshan (disambiguation)

Shanshan, ancient kingdom in located in Xinjiang. Shanshan, Loudi 杉山镇, a town of Louxing District, Loudi City, Hunan. Shanshan County, county in Xinjiang, Pichan County in Uyghur.

                                               

Xiaoling

Xiaoling may refer to the following from China: Zhang Xiaoling 张小玲, born 1957, female Paralympic table tennis player. Qing Xiaoling Mausoleum 清孝陵, the tomb of the Shunzhi Emperor, one of the Eastern Qing tombs near Beijing. Luo Xiaoling bor ...

                                               

Yumei

Yumei is a female given name of Chinese origin. It may refer to: Liu Yumei born 1961, Chinese former handball player. Chen Yu-mei 1966–2017, Republic of China politician. Wang Yumei born 1934, Chinese film actress. Tian Yumei born 1965, Chinese f ...

                                               

Adleta

Adleta von Braunschweig-Grubenhagen, daughter of Jindeich I. von Braunschweig and Anezka Durynska. Adleta of Meissen, the first Queen consort of Peemysl I of Bohemia.

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