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Banza

The shares may refer to: Mbanza Congo, formerly known as San Salvador, the capital of the province of Zaire, Angola. Arrested in the area of Butuan city, Agusan del Norte, Philippines. An alternative name for a banjo. The shares of the Central Af ...

Bapa

BAPA may refer to: Thakkar BAPA 1869-1951, Indian social worker in Gujarat, India. Chhagan BAPA 1894-1968, Indian social worker in Gujarat, India. BAPA, Cameroon, village. (БАПД, Камерун, село) Jalaram BAPA 1799-1937, Hindu Saint from Gujarat, India.

Bapu

Bapu is the word "father" in many Indian languages such as Hindi and Marathi, and may refer to: Mahatma Gandhi 1869-1948, officially recognized as Bapu the Father of Nation of India. Morari Bapu was born in 1946, a Hindu religious figure. Bapu Na ...

Barahona

Santa Catarina Barahona, a municipality in the Department of Sacatepéquez.

Barajas

Barajas may refer to: Barajas Madrid metro station along line 8 of the Madrid metro. Adolfo suárez Madrid–Barajas, the main airport, Madrid, Spain. Barajas Madrid city, where the airport is. Archaeological excavations Barajas, Penjamo, Guanajuato ...

Baraka

Barack and Barack may refer to: Berakhah or Baraka, in Judaism, a blessing usually recited during a ceremony. The barakah or Baraka, in Islam, the beneficent force from God that flows through the physical and spiritual realms. Barack full of habb ...

Baratti

Boris de Rachewiltz redirect from Boris Baratti, an Italian Egyptologist. Eva Barati was born in 1968 in Urom-Hungarian athlete. Baratti, Antonio, 1724-1787, Italian engraver.

Barbarella

Actress Barbarella Italian 80s adult movies actress Real name virna Bonino. Barbarella the 1968 movie based on the comic book, starring Jane Fonda. Barbarella comics by Jean-Claude forest.

Barbari

Bunbury may refer to: Barbari Roma Nord, American football team from Rome. Barbary, the Latin for barbarians. Barbari bread. (Барбари хлеба) Area Barbari AMC, Dibrugarh, Assam, India. Barbari Goat. (Барбари Козочки) Jacopo de Barbari, Italian pai ...

Barbary (disambiguation)

Barbary, or the Barbary coast, or Barbary States-a term used by Europeans until the 19th century to refer to coastal areas of what is now Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Libya. Barbary may also refer to:

Barbat

Barbat may refer to: Barbat lute, an ancient Persian plucked lute of Persia: بربط or Arabic: عود. Luis Barbat, Uruguayan football goalkeeper. The river Barbate in Romania. Kampor, Croatia, a village on the island of RAB, Croatia. Barbat, early Ro ...

Barbee

Rankin Barbie 1874-1958, U.S. journalist and writer on southern history. Anita Barbie, American social psychologist. Lloyd Barbie 1925 (Ллойд Барби 1925) - 2002, American politician. Tony Barbie 1971 birth, home mens basketball coach at Auburn Un ...

Barbel

Barbel may refer to: Barbus the native cyprinids in Eurasia. Barbel fish, common name for some species of fish. Clarias gariepinus and related species African catfish. Barbel anatomy, a whisker-like organ near the mouth in some fish, particularly ...

Barber (disambiguation)

In the United States Barber, CA. (Парикмахерская, Калифорния) Barber County, Kansas. (Парикмахерская Каунти, Штат Канзас) Barber Township, Mn. (Парикмахерская Тауншип, Миннесота) Barber, New Jersey. (Парикмахерская, Нью-Джерси) Barbers, Georgia. ...

Barbera (disambiguation)

Barbera may refer to: Barbera grapes. (Виноград сорта Барбера) The Barbera grapes, a few other grapes that are also known as Barbers. Places: The Stadio Renzo Barbera football stadium in Palermo, Italy. Barbera de La Conca, the municipality of Ca ...

Barbes

People Charles-noël Barbès 1914-2008, canadian politician and lawyer. Armand Barbes, a French Republican revolutionary. Places Barbes Boulevard, the Boulevard in the 18th arrondissement of Paris. Barbès - Rochechouart metro station, Paris metro. ...

Barbey

Jules Amedee Barbey 1808-1889 dAurevilly, French writer. Aron K. Barbey was born in 1977, American neuroscientist. Daniel E. Barbey 1889-1969, officer of the Navy USA. Bruno Barbey was born in 1941, French photographer. William Barbe 1842-1914, S ...

Barca

And Barca, an abandoned village in Galicia, Spain. Barca, Soria, a municipality in the province of Soria, Autonomous community of Castile and león, Spain. Barca plateau, covering a large part of Cyrenaica. Barca, commune in Dolj County, Romania. ...

Barcelos

Barcelos may refer to: Barcelos, Portugal, a municipality in the district of Braga. Barcelos parish, former parish in the municipality of Barcelos. Barcelos, Amazonas municipality in the state of Amazonas.

Barcena

Bárcena or Barcena may refer to: Bárcena de Cicero, a municipality in the Autonomous community of Cantabria, Spain. Alonzo de Barcena, 1528-1598, Spanish Jesuit missionary and linguist. Alicia bárcena Ibarra in 1952, Mexican biologist and the Uni ...

Barda

Barda, Azerbaijan, a city in Azerbaijan. Barda village, Haryana, a village in India, the birthplace of RAM Richhpal, the Indian recipient of the Victoria cross. The Barda river, a river in Perm Krai, Russia. Bardymskogo district, a district in Az ...

Barden

Jessica Barden, English actress. Gary Barden, British musician. Brian Barden, American baseball player. Leonard Barden, English chess journalist. Dennis Barden, mathematician. (Дэннис Барден, математик) Amelia Barden, a professional Australian ru ...

Bardi

Bardi grub of Australian moth, Trictena atripalpis. Ardyaloon, Western Australia, also called the one point or the hands of Bardi, a small community in Australia. The Bardi language, the language of the Bardi people. Bardi Bush, an Australian pla ...

Bardsley

Bardsley as a name may refer to: Bardsley, greater Manchester, on the Oldham–Tameside boundary in England. Frances Bardsley Academy for girls in London, UK. Bardsley as a surname can refer to: 1883-1916 Edwin Bardsley, English football player. Ch ...

Bardwell

Bardwell, Texas. (Бардвэлл, Штат Техас) Lake Bardwell. (Озеро Бардвэлл) Bardwell, Kentucky. (Бардвэлл, Кентукки) Bardwell, Wisconsin. (Бардвэлл, Висконсин) Bardwells ferry bridge, in 1882 lenticular truss bridge in Massachusetts.

Bardy

Barda may refer to: Bardy, Poland. (Барды, Польша) Pierre-martial Bardy 1797-1869, canadian teacher, doctor and political figure. Bards-Swielubie 8th and 9th century, the Slavic-Scandinavian archaeological excavations in Pomerania. Aleksi Bardy b ...

Barford

Barford, QC, former township now part of Coaticook in.

Barg

Barg may refer to Barg, South Khorasan, village in South Khorasan province, Iran. Barg-e now, a village in Mazandaran province, Iran. Kebab barg, Persian style barbecued lamb, chicken or beef kebab. Bar, unit of pressure, i.e. pressure in bars ab ...

Barham

Baron Barham, any of several, especially. Charles Middleton, 1st Baron Barham 1726-1813, Royal Navy and politics. Robert J. Barham born in 1949, American politician. Edwards Barham 1937-2014, American politician. Meriel Barham, a musician. Joseph ...

Barisoni

Barisoni may refer to: Barison, settlement municipal formation Town of Koper, Slovenia. Barisoni of Albertina died 1667, the Roman Catholic Bishop of Ceneda. Giuseppe Barisoni 1853-1931, Italian painter and engraver, active in Venice.

Barkan (disambiguation)

Yehuda Barkan was born in 1945, Israeli film actor, producer and Director. Nimrod Barkan in 1952, the Israeli diplomat. ADI Barkan, an Israeli model agent and activist. Steven Barkan was born 1951, American sociologist. Mark Barkan was born in 19 ...

Barkin (disambiguation)

Dovid barkin, an American yeshiva. Barkin bill Smith, American singer. Ramon barquin, a Cuban military Colonel. Pedro Zaballa barkin, Spanish footballer. Ellen barkin, American actress.

Barkow

Jerome N. Barkov, a canadian anthropologist. Rachel Barkow was born in 1971, the American law Professor. Robert Barkov born in 1997, an American video game developer. Frank Barkow was born in 1957, American architect. Al barks was born in 1932, A ...

Barksdale

Rhesa Hawkins Barksdale was born 1944, senior United States circuit judge. Eugene hoy Barksdale 1896-1926, American Aviator. Mary Barksdale 1920-1992, African-American nurse, entrepreneur and civil rights activist. General William Barksdale 1821- ...

Barlee

Barlee may refer to: People Barlee, Frederick 1827-1884, Australian politician, Governor-General of British Honduras, now Belize, and administrator of Trinidad. Bill Barlee 1932-2012, canadian politician and historian of television storyteller. P ...

Barletta (disambiguation)

Barletta is a city and a former Metropolitan see in Apulia in Southeast Italy. He was also named Nazareth in Barletta as the new Archbishops throne, expelled the Metropolitan archbishops of Nazareth by the crusaders lost the Holy Land, the Roman ...

Barmak

Jafar Ibn Yahya, the vizier. Yahya Ibn Khalid, the vizier. Fadl Ibn Yahya, the vizier. Barmakids political clan of Iranian origin, the attainment of high offices in the medieval Abbasid Caliphate. Khalid Ibn Barmak, Minister. Other. (Другие) Weis ...

Barmen (disambiguation)

Gross barmen, a settlement in Namibia. The bartender, a municipal subdivision of the German city of Wuppertal. Bartender Barmoya, island in Selje municipality in Sogn og Fjordane, Norway. The bartender Aust-Agder, island in the municipality in Ri ...

Barn house

House, barn, Barnhouse or a house, a barn may refer to: Converted barn, an Old Barn converted for other purposes. Historic house type combined house and barn called the barn-residential or housebarn. Donald Barnhouse 1895-1960, American preacher ...

Barnham

Stephen Barnum died 1608, MP Chichester, West Sussex. Alice Barnum 1592-1650, wife of Francis bacon. Benedict Barnum.1559-1598, English merchant.

Barnitz

Barnitz, Pennsylvania, in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, USA view a list of places in Pennsylvania: B. Barnitz, Germany, a municipality in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. Barnitz river, a river in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.

Barnstead

Barnstead may refer to: John Henry Barnstead, the coroner after the death of "Titanic". William A. Barnstead 1919-2009, American businessman and politician. Barnstead, new Hampshire, American city.

Barnum (disambiguation)

Barnum, Texas, an unincorporated community. Barnum, Iowa, a small town. Barnum, West Virginia, an unincorporated community. Barnum, Minnesota, a small town. Barnum Township, Carlton County, Mn. Barnum, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community.

Baro

Bangladesh Baro Vatra, a village in Gopalganj district. Guinea Baro, Guinea. (Баро, Гвинея) Iran Baro, Iran, a village in Zanjan province, Iran. Nigeria Baro, Nigeria. (Баро, Нигерия) Baro-Kano railway station, Railways in Nigeria. Spain Baro de ...

Baroncelli

Jacques de Baroncelli 1881-1951, French film Director. Jean de Baroncelli 1914-1998, French writer. The Folco de Baroncelli-Javon 1869-1943, French writer and cattle farmer.

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