Milan

[Kurdish tribe] The Milans (Kurdish: Mîlan) are a Kurdish tribe that lives in Kurdistan, the northern regions of West Azarbaijan Province in Iran, around Urmiye, Maku, south of Aras river, with a population of about five million. They are neighbours of Jalali Kurds. The Milan tribe consists of seven main tribes and of 65 tribals, for a tot...
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Milan

[n] - the capital of Lombardy in northern Italy
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Milan

Tube-launched Anti-tank Guided Weapons System [EU]
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Milan

Milano noun the capital of Lombardy in northern Italy; has been an international center of trade and industry since the Middle Ages
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Milan

(from the article `Milan`) The city, technically the commune of Milan, capital of the province (provincia) of the same name and of the Lombardy Region (regione), is under the ...
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MILAN

(from the article `rocket and missile system`) The British Swingfire and the French-designed, internationally marketed MILAN (missile d`infanterie léger antichar, or `light infantry antitank ...
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Milan

village, Erie and Huron counties, northern Ohio, U.S., on the Huron River, about 12 miles (19 km) southeast of Sandusky. In 1804 Moravian ...
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Milan

city, capital of Milan province and of Lombardy region (Lombardia), northern Italy. It is the leading financial centre and the most prosperous ... [29 related articles]
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Milan

Milan is a Slavic boy name. The meaning of the name is `Gracious` Where is it used? The name Milan is mainly used In Czech and In Russian.For the opposite sex use: In Czech, Russian and In Italian: Milena (F) In Czech: Milana (F) See also In Czech: Milada From Croatian. Alternative meanings ( ) Also Czechoslovakian, Serbian, and Russian Milan ...
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Milan

The Milan was a French Aigle Class destroyer (contre-torpilleurs) of 2441 tons displacement launched in 1931 and disabled at Casablanca in November 1942. The Milan had a top speed of 43 knots and a range of 4800 km at 18 knots and carried a complement of 220. She was armed with five 5.5 inch guns; four 37 mm anti-aircraft guns; four depth charge th...
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Milan

[camp] Milan was a post World War II displaced person camp in the city of Milan, one of the few such camps in a major Italian city. The city also served as the administrative centre for refugees in northern Italy. The camp housed 1,100 Jewish refugees, many of whom came from Austria along the illegal emigration routes organised by the Brich...
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Milan

[given name] June 18 (Czech Republic) November 13 (Croatia) ==Eastern European origin and use== It originates from the old Slavic word `mil`, `mio`, `pleasure`, which usually represents the beginning of many Slavic names. It is possible that in Croatia and Slovenia, the Czech Republic and Slovakia matured from Serbia. It is believed that in...
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Milan

Milan (milăn', –än') , Ital. Milano, Lat. Mediolanum, city (1991 pop. 1,369,231), capital of Lombardy and of Milan prov., N Italy, at the heart of the Po basin. Because of its strategic position in the Lombard plain, at the intersection of several major transportation routes...
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Milan

Milan (Milan Obrenović) (mil'än ōbre'nuvich) , 1854–1901, prince (1868–82) and king (1882–89) of Serbia; grandnephew of Miloš Obrenović. He succeeded his cousin Michael Obrenović as prince. He was educated in Paris, and a regency, which un...
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Milan

The Nord/Bolkow Milan is a joint British, German and French developed infantry wire-guided semi-automatic anti-tank weapon. Milan fires a 115 mm calibre missile with a 1.45 kg shaped charge warhead to an effective range of 2000 meters, at a flight speed of 720 kph and can penetrate more than 1000 mm of armour.
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Milan

(town) Second-largest city in Italy, sitauted in Lombardy, 120 km/75 mi northeast of Genoa; population (2001) 1,256,200. Industries include printing, engineering, and the manufacture of aircraft, cars, locomotives, chemica...
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MILAN

MILAN (Missile d´infanterie léger antichar; anti-tank light infantry missile, `milan(e)` is French for `kite`) is a European anti-tank guided missile. Design of the MILAN started in 1962, it was ready for trials in 1971, and was accepted for service in 1972. It is a wire guided SACLOS (semi-automatic command to line-of-sight) missile, which ...
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Milan

[disambiguation] Milan is a major city in Italy. Milan may also refer to: ...
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Milan

Milan (n; Milano It-Milano.ogg; Lombard: Milan miˈlãː) is the second most populous city in Italy (with a population of 1.3 million) and the capital of Lombardy, while its urban area is the 5th largest in the EU and the most populous in Italy, with an estimated population of about 5,264,000. The massive suburban sprawl that followed the post-war...
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Milan

[horse] Milan (foaled 8 March 1998), is a retired Thoroughbred racehorse and active sire who was bred in Britain but trained in Ireland. In a career which lasted from October 2000 until May 2002, he ran ten times and won three races. He recorded his most important success when winning the Classic St. Leger Stakes as a three-year-old in 2001...
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