Alexander "Al" Gregorieff Ketzko was a professional American football offensive lineman in the National Football League. He played one season for the Detroit Lions (1943). Serving in the United States military in World War II, he was killed in action in France in 1944. ...
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Al Tomko (November 22, 1931–August 5, 2009) was a Canadian professional wrestler and wrestling promoter. ==Professional wrestling career== Tomko started out as a wrestler in his hometown of Winnipeg on July 9, 1954 with the Madison Wrestling Club, losing his debut match to John DePaulo. During th...
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Chassis extension used to increase improve length, payload and handling of coachbuilt motorhomes
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In Gypsy mythology, Alako is the son of Baro-De'vel, the great god. It is said that Alako will ultimately restore the gypsies to Assas in Assyria. Alako is depicted as folding a pen in his left hand and a sword in his right hand.
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Alaksandar Dubko (1938–2001, Аляксандар Дубко; Александр Иосифович Дубко) was the former chairman of the Hrodna Regional Executive Committee. In 1994, he was a candidate for President of Belarus. He also served in the Belarus SSR Supreme Soviet and the USSR S...
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Alan Nomoko Namoko was a blind blues and jazz musician from Malawi. Namoko played banjo and sang in Chewa and Nyanja languages. He became an influential figure in Malawi`s music scene in the 1970s and 1980s. In later years, he toured around the world. He often performed with the Chimvu Jazz band. =...
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Albert Konstantinovich Chernenko (Альбе́рт Константи́нович Черне́нко; January 6, 1935 – April 11, 2009) was a Russian philosopher, best known for his innovations in the field of social and legal philosophy. He was the son of Konstantin Chernenko, the fifth General ...
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Albert Demtschenko (Альберт Михайлович Демченко; born 27 November 1971 in Chusovoy) is a Russian luger who has competed since 1992. A six-time Winter Olympian, he finally won his first medal at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin with a silver in the men`s singles event. He c...
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Mdletshe Albert Mazibuko is a member of Ladysmith Black Mambazo, a South African choral group founded in 1960 - and still led - by his cousin Joseph. Albert was born in Ladysmith, South Africa, and was the eldest of six sons; the others being Milton, Funokwakhe, Mehlo, Abednego, and Joseph Mazibuko...
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The village has a population of 240. ...
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Aldabra Island day gecko
The Aldabra Island day gecko, or Aldabra day gecko (Phelsuma abbotti abbotti), has been found on the Aldabra Atoll (Seychelles). It lives on low trees and bushes and eats insects and fruit. ...
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Aldiko is an e-book reader application for the Android operating system. It supports the EPUB format for digital publications and incorporates facilities for browsing online catalogs on thousands of books (including thousands of free public domain work) and downloading them directly into the user`s...
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[Rachmaninoff] Aleko (Алеко) is the first of three completed operas by Sergei Rachmaninoff. The Russian libretto was written by Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko and is an adaptation of the poem The Gypsies by Alexander Pushkin. The opera was written in 1892 as a graduation work at the Mosc...
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The Moskvitch 2141, commonly referred to as simply Aleko (Russian: "АЛЕКО", derivative from factory name "Автомобильный завод имени Ленинского Комсомола", ``Aftomobilnyi zavod imeni Leninskogo Komsomola``, meaning "Automotive Factory of Lenin`s Komsomo...
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Aleks Danko is one of Australia`s foremost performance artists and sculptors. ...
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Aleksandar Bačko is writer, journalist and genealogist from Belgrade, Serbia. ==Biography== Aleksandar Bačko (Serbian Cyrillic: Александар Бачко) is born in Belgrade, Serbia, on Аugust 15th 1972. His father is Vladimir Bačko, and mother Zorica (born Cakić). Aleksandar`s daughter...
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Aleksandar Benko (Čakovec, 16 February 1925 - St. Gallen Switzerland, 26 May 1991) was a Croatian footballer who played one game internationally for both the Yugoslavian and Croatian national teams. A striker, he began his career with NK Čakovec in 1943 and in 1947 moved to Dinamo Zagreb with who...
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Aleksandar Deroko (Cyrillic: Александар Дероко; September 4, 1894, Belgrade - November 30, 1988, Belgrade) was a famous Serbian architect, artist, and author. He was a professor of the Belgrade University and a member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. ==Biography== His gr...
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Aleksandar Malenko (born January 20, 1979 in Ohrid) is a retired swimmer from Macedonia. He competed for his native country at the 1996 and 2004 Summer Olympics. ...
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Aleksander Borejko Chodźko (30 August 1804 – 27 December 1891) was a Polish poet, Slavist, and Iranologist. ==Biography== He was born in Krzywicze in Russia (today`s Kryvičy, Belarus), and attended the University of Vilnius. He was a member of the Filaret Association and the Institute of Orient...
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Aleksandr Nikolayevich Andryushchenko (Александр Николаевич Андрющенко; born November 2, 1954) is a Russian professional football coach and a fomer player who currently works as a sports department manager for FC Rostov. ==Honours== ...
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Aleksandr Anichenko (born April 14, 1975) is a pair skater who represented Azerbaijan in international competition. With former partner Inga Rodionova, he placed 18th at the 1998 Winter Olympics. == Results == (with Rodionova) ...
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Aleksandr Valeryevich Antipenko (Александр Валерьевич Антипенко; born May 27, 1982 in Komsomolsk-on-Amur) is a Russian footballer who plays for FC Volgar-Gazprom Astrakhan. ...
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Aleksandr Aseledchenko (born 18 October 1973) is a retired Russian triple jumper. He finished fourth at the 1996 European Indoor Championships and won the bronze medal at the 1997 World Indoor Championships. ...
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