Daneş

Non-Nauruan nationals on the courts of Nauru. ...
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Danes

The first mention of Danes within the Danish territory is on the Jelling Rune Stone which mentions how Harald Bluetooth converted the Danes to Christianity in the 10th century.{bare-inline|date=June 2014} Denmark has been continuously inhabited since this period; and, although much cultural and ethnic influence and immigration from all over the wo...
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Danes

[Germanic tribe] The Danes were a North Germanic tribe residing in what more or less comprises modern day Denmark. They are mentioned in the 6th century in Jordanes` Getica, by Procopius, and by Gregory of Tours. The Danes spoke the Old Norse language which was called dǫnsk tunga and was shared by the Danes, the Icelandic, Norwegian and Sw...
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Danes

[Kent cricketer] Danes (first name and dates unknown) was an English cricketer who played in major matches for Kent during the 1740s. He is recorded in cricket`s second-oldest surviving scorecard playing for Kent against an All-England Eleven at the Artillery Ground on Monday, 18 June 1744. He scored six runs and held one catch. Kent won by...
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