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Kapital (newspaper) Kapial is an influential Bulgarian weekly newspaper, published since 1992. Pereferred mainly by the business community, the weekly is known for its unbiased coverage of the current political and economic affairs, analyses and supplements.
Kapitan Keling Mosque Kapitan Keling Mosque is a mosque built in the 19th century by Indian Muslim traders in George Town, Penang, Malaysia. It is situated on the corner of Lebuh Buckingham (Buckingham Street) and Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling (Masjid Kapitan Keling Road).
Kapitan Khlebnikov (icebreaker) The Kapitan Khlebnikov (Russian: ĐšĐ°ĐżĐ¸Ń‚Đ°Đ˝ ĐĄĐ»ĐµĐ±Đ˝Đ¸ĐşĐľĐ˛) is a Russian icebreaker that offers excursions to the Arctic and Antarctic, built in 1980 in Finland. She is one of four Kapitan Sorokin class icebreakers, a sister vessel to the Kapitan Dranitsyn, Kapitan Sorokin and Kapitan Nikolayev.
Kapiti Coast The Kapiti Coast (formerly known as The Golden Coast) is the name of the section of the coast of the south-western North Island of New Zealand opposite Kapiti Island. Much of it falls under the jurisdiction of the Kapiti Coast District Council, but the two areas are not entirely congruent.
Kapiti Coast District The Kapiti Coast District is the name of a local government district in the north-west corner of the Wellington Region of New Zealand. It is similar to, but not identical to, the area known as the Kapiti Coast, a more ambiguous and less defined area stretching roughly from Porirua to the coast of the Horowhenua district.
Kapiti Fine Foods Ltd Kapiti Fine Foods Ltd is a Palmerston North based New Zealand company producing gourmet cheeses, ice cream and other dairy products. The company takes its name from its original site in Lindale on the Kapiti coast of New Zealand.
Kapiti Island Kapiti Island is a small but visually prominent island about 8Â km (5Â miles) off the west coast of the lower North Island of New Zealand. It is 10 kilometres long, running south-west/north-east, and roughly 2 kilometres wide, being more or less rectangular in shape, and has an area of 19.
Kaplan University Kaplan University offers masterâ€™s, bachelorâ€™s and associateâ€™s degrees, as well as certificates designed to provide students with the necessary skills to qualify for employment in fields such as business, criminal justice, education, design, health care, information technology and paralegal studies. With more than 26,000 on-ground and online students, Kaplan University ranks among the largest universities in the United States.
Kaplan-Meier estimator The Kaplan-Meier estimator (also known as the Product Limit Estimator) provides an estimate of the survival function from life-time data. In medical research, it might be used to measure the fraction of patients living for a certain amount of time after surgery.
Kaplan-Sheinwold The Kaplan-Sheinwold (or "K-S") bidding system was developed and popularized by Edgar Kaplan and Alfred Sheinwold during their partnership, which flourished during the 1950s and 1960s. K-S, along with the Roth-Stone system, formed the basis for Standard American bidding from the 1970s through the present (2006).
Kapo (concentration camp) Kapo was a term used for certain prisoners who worked inside the Nazi concentration camps during World War II in various lower administrative positions. The German word may also mean "foreman" and "non-commissioned officer", and is derived from French for "Corporal" (:fr:Caporal) or the Italian word capo.
Kapoho, Hawai'i Kapoho, Hawaii was a town in Puna district, Hawaii County, Hawaii, located near the eastern tip of the island of Hawaii, in the easternmost end of the graben overlying KÄ«lauea rift zone. Kapoho was completely destroyed by a lava flow from an eruption of KÄ«lauea on January 28 1960.
Kapok Kapok (Ceiba pentandra) is a tropical tree of the order Malvales and the family Malvaceae (previously separated in the family Bombacaceae), native to Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, northern South America, and (as the variety C. pentandra var.
Kapok Guitar Kapok Guitar or Gitar kapuk is either a Malaysian term or a brand of a guitar that shares the same name.The name originates from a brand of a guitar, Kapok which is popular for it's cheap guitar price and low quality of guitar amplification.
Kapolei, Hawaii Kapolei, Hawaii, despite its status as an incorporated community within the City and County of Honolulu in Hawaii, is designated as an unofficial city on the island of Oahu colloquially called The Second City. The name "kapolei" is derived from that of a nearby cinder cone: Puâ€u o Kapoleiâ€”in Hawaiian, pu'u meaning "hill" and kapo lei meaning "beloved Kapo" (a sister of Pele).
Kapoot Clown Theater Kapoot Clown Theater is a nationally touring Chicago based clown troupe, which incorporates elements of mime, expressionist theatre, and surrealism in its presentations. It was formed in 1999 by Dan Griffiths and Stephen Chipps.
Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus (KSHV) is the eighth human herpesvirus; its formal name according to the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses is HHV-8. This virus causes Kaposi's sarcoma, a cancer commonly occurring in AIDS patients, as well as primary effusion lymphoma and some types of multicentric Castleman's disease.
KaposvĂˇr KaposvĂˇr (German: Kopisch, Ruppertsberg, Ruppertsburg, Turkish: KapoĹźvar, Serbian: KapoĹˇvar or ĐšĐ°ĐżĐľŃĐ˛Đ°Ń€) is the capital of the county of Somogy in Hungary. It lies 186 km southâ€west of Budapest, straddling the river Kapos.
Kapp Putsch The Kapp Putsch â€”or more accurately the Kapp-LĂĽttwitz Putsch â€”was an attempt to overthrow the Weimar Republic, based in opposition to the imposed Treaty of Versailles at the end of World War I. It was branded right-wing, monarchist and reactionary afterwards.
Kappa Kappa (majuscule Îš, minuscule Îş) is the 10th letter of the Greek alphabet, used to represent the voiceless velar stop, or "k", sound in Ancient and Modern Greek. In the system of Greek numerals it has a value of 20.
Kappa Alpha Lambda Sorority Kappa Alpha Lambda(KAÎ›) is a Sorority established for professional Lesbian women of color. Founded October 19th, 2003, in Atlanta, Georgia on the campus of Clark Atlanta University, the Sorority's focus is to "increase the positive visibility of Lesbian women in mainstream society.
Kappa Alpha Society The Kappa Alpha Society (ÎšÎ‘), founded in 1825, is the progenitor of the modern fraternity system in North America. As of 2006 there were seven active chapters in the United States and Canada, not including those that have migrated underground.
Kappa Delta Chi Kappa Delta Chi Sororiity (ÎšÎ”Î§, KD Chi, pronounced Kay-Dee-Kie), is a Greek letter intercollegiate sorority founded for Hispanic women in the United States. Kappa Delta Chi is the strongest network of Latina leaders in the country.
Kappa Delta Kappa Kappa Delta Kappa (KÎ”K) Sorority, also known as KDK, was created on November 22nd, 1938, at Ursinus College, in Collegeville, PA. It is a sisterhood of women who promote friendship, scholarship, and diversity within the Ursinus College community.
Kappa Draconis Kappa Draconis is a blue giant star located in the constellation Draco. Its rarely used traditional name Ketu, meaning the Dragon's Tail, refers to the south lunar node according to the Vedic/Hindu lunar cycle.
Kappa effect The Kappa effect describes the perception that in a journey of two parts taking an equal amount of time, the leg which covers more distance appears to take longer than the other. The related Tau effect describes the perception that in a journey of two equidistant parts, the leg which takes longer appears to cover more distance than the other.
Kappa Eta Kappa Kappa Eta Kappa (ÎšÎ—Îš) is a nationally recognized co-ed professional fraternity that was founded in 1923 at the University of Iowa. KHK requires that members are majoring or will major in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or Computer Science.
Kappa Kappa Kappa Kappa Kappa Kappa (Tri-Kap) is a local men's fraternity at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. The fraternity founded in 1842 is the second-oldest fraternity at Dartmouth College and the second-oldest local fraternity in the nation.
Kappa Mikey Kappa Mikey is an American animated television series created by Larry Schwarz, which premiered on the Nicktoons Network on February 25, 2006, and premiered on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2006. It is MTV's first global acquisition.
Kappa number The Kappa number measures the amount of bleach required during digestion of wood pulp (part of the process of making paper) in order to obtain a given degree of whiteness. Since the amount of bleach needed is related to the lignin content of the pulp, the Kappa number can be used to monitor the effectiveness of the lignin-extraction process.
Kappa Ophiuchi Kappa Ophiuchi (Îş Oph / Îş Ophiuchi) is a Class A2, third-magnitude star in the constellation Ophiuchus. It occasionally called by the Hebrew-Arabic name Helkath, meaning "battlefield" or "battleground".
Kappa Psi Delta Kappa Psi Delta (ÎšÎ¨Î”) is a local social sorority at New York University, founded in 1998 by Joyce Williams, Jessica Kapadia, Claudia Duran, Grace Chan, Christina Caro, Rashida Lawrence, Sakshi Kapur, Enid Montes, Jessie Spellmann, and Tania Kowaliw. Kappa Psi Delta's motto, "May the breadth of our differences be the essence of our strength," embodies the organizations mission of tolerance and support; this mission is carried out by the groups three pillars: Service, Sisterhood, and Social.
Kappa Sigma Sigma ÎšÎŁÎŁ (Kappa Sigma Sigma) is a local fraternity which was founded in 1916 at the University of Redlands. The fraternity headquarters is known as the "Bird House" and it is located at 1235 Sylvan Blvd.
Kappa Ursae Majoris Kappa Ursae Majoris (Îş UMa / Îş Ursae Majoris) is a binary star in the constellation Ursa Major. It is approximately 423 light years from Earth and has the traditional names Talitha Australis, Al Kaprah, and Alphikra Australis.
Kappad Kappad, or Kappakadavu locally, is famous as the beach near Calicut, India, where the Portuguese explorer Vasco Da Gama landed on May 27 1498. A small stone monument there commemorates the landing with the inscription, "Vasco da Gama landed here, Kappakadavu, in the year 1498.
Kapparos Kapparos or Kaparot () is a traditional Jewish religious ritual that takes place around the time of the High Holidays. Classically, it is performed by grasping a live chicken by the sholder blades and moving around one's head three times, symbolically transferring one's sins to the chicken.
Kappeln-Land Kappeln-Land is an Amt ("collective municipality") in the district of Schleswig-Flensburg, in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. It is situated on the north bank of the Schlei, around Kappeln, which is the seat of the Amt, but not part of it.
Kapre Kapre (also known as Agta in the Visayan dialect) is a Philippine mythical creature similar to that of the Bigfoot creature, but with more human characteristics. It is described as being a tall (7 to 9 ft), brown, hairy male with a beard.
Kaprekar number In mathematics, a Kaprekar number for a given base is a non-negative integer, the representation of whose square in that base can be split into two parts that add up to the original number again. For example, 297 is a Kaprekar number for base 10, because 297Â˛ = 88209, which can be split into 88 and 209, and 88 + 209 = 297.
Kapsas Kapsas (Greek: ÎšÎ¬ĎÎ±Ď‚), also called Kapsia (Greek: ÎšÎ¬ĎÎąÎ±) is a community in the municipality of Mantineia in the prefecture of Arcadia on the Peloponnese peninsula in southern Greece. The community is located on GR-74 and GR-33 for northbound land connecting Pyrgos, Patras and Tripoli and E65, especially GR-37 and GR-7 of the by-pass of Tripoli.
Kaptabuk Kaptabuk is a village and an administrative location in the Lelan division of West Pokot District, Rift Valley Province, KenyaNearest towns are Kapenguria (district capital of West Pokot) and Kapsowar] (in [[Marakwet District).
Kaptain Skurvy Kaptain Skurvy is a fictional character created for the animated series based on the Super NES video game Donkey Kong Country. This pirate captain greatly resembles the Kannon enemy from Donkey Kong Country 2, which resembled Klump.
Kapteyn (crater) Kapetyn is a lunar impact crater that is near the eastern limb of the Moon, to the west of the La PĂ©rouse crater. West of Kapetyn is the slightly smaller Barkla crater, and further to the west-northwest is the prominent Langrenus crater.
Kapton Kapton is a polyimide film developed by DuPont which can remain stable in a wide range of temperatures, from -269 Â°C to +400 Â°C. Kapton is used in, among other things, flexible printed circuits (flexible electronics) and Thermal Micrometeoroid Garments, the outside layer of spacesuits.
Kapu (caste) Kapu (Telugu:ŕ°•ŕ°ľŕ°Şŕ±)is a community found mainly in the Southern Indian State of Andhra Pradesh they are also concentrated in States like Tamil Nadu,Karnataka and Orissa.The term Kapu / Kaapu in Telugu means Protector.
Kapuas mud snake The Kapuas mud snake (Enhydris gyii), named after the Kapuas River, is a native Borneo species of snakes that can change its color skin spontaneously. The chameleon-like behaviour was discovered in 2005 accidently when the snake was put in a dark bucket and the color skin was turned itself into white.
Kapuas River The Kapuas River (Indonesian: Sungai Kapuas) is located in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. At approximately 1,143 km, it is the longest river in Indonesia, and is the major river of the western portion of Borneo.
Kapucu Kapucu (/kapuu/; may also be rendered as Kapudju; Capugiu in Romanian) designated the official envoy of the Ottoman Sultan in medieval Wallachia and Moldovia. His missions are mostly associated with, but not limited to, the recalling of subject Hospodars (in many cases, followed by their imprisonment or swift execution).
Kapuka Kapuka (Griselinia littoralis) is a small to medium-sized evergreen tree growing up to 20 m tall, though often much less, particularly in coastal exposure. It is native to New Zealand, where it typically grows in coastal locations.
Kapuku In Hawaiian mythology, kapuku or kupaku is the magic of reincarnation (see necromancy). The former word means "to restore life" in Hawaiian while the later means "to recover from a nearly fatal illness.
Kapunda Road Royal Commission The Kapunda Road Royal Commission is a royal commission created by the Government of South Australia to inquire into the circumstances surrounding the hit and run death of Ian Humphrey and the circumstances around the trial and conviction of Eugene McGee. The Royal Commissioner is Greg James QC.
Kapurimon Kapurimon is a Lesser Digimon who is the In-Training form of Hagurumon. The name "Kapurimon" is likely to originate from the Japanese word "kaburimono", which referrs to a type of hat or helmet.
Kapustin Yar Kapustin Yar (Russian ĐšĐ°ĐżŃŃŃ‚Đ¸Đ˝ ĐŻŃ€; today Đ—Đ˝Đ°ĐĽĐµĐ˝ŃĐş/Znamensk) is a Russian rocket launch and development site in the Astrakhan Oblast, between Volgograd and Astrakhan in the town of Znamensk. It was established 13 May 1946 and in its beginning used technology, material, and scientific support from the defeated Germany.
Kaput and ZĂ¶sky Kaput and ZĂ¶sky are the heroes of the French cartoon Kaput and ZĂ¶sky: The Ultimate Obliterators, as well as the comic book from the French cartoonist Lewis Trondheim upon which the cartoon was based. While this show made it in 2003, it was said to have premiered earlier on.
Kaqchikel The Kaqchikel (in modern orthography; formerly also spelled Cakchiquel) are one of the indigenous Maya peoples of the Midwestern highlands in Guatemala. Their Capitol city was IximchĂ©, and as the Ki'che', they were governed by 4 lords: Tzotzil, Xahil, TucuchĂ© and Acajal, who were responsible for the administrative, military and religious affairs.
Kaqchikel language The Kaqchikel language (in modern orthography; formerly also spelled Cakchiquel or Cakchiquiel) is an indigenous Mesoamerican language and a member of the Quichean-Mamean branch of the Mayan languages family. It is spoken by the indigenous Kaqchikel people in central Guatemala.
Kara (Sikhism) The Sikhs were commanded by Guru Gobind Singh at the Baisakhi Amrit Sanchar in 1699 to wear a steel bangle called Kara at all times. This was one of five articles of faith, collectively called Kakars that form the external visible symbols to clearly and outwardly display ones commitment and dedication to the order (Hukam) of the tenth master and become a member of Khalsa.
Kara (Togo) Kara is a city in northern Togo, situated 413 km north of the capital LomĂ©. Originally known as Lama-Kara, Etienne EyadĂ©ma was born nearby and has developed the former village into an administrative and industrial centre, including a large brewery.
Kara and Shelby Hoffman Kara Irene and Shelby Ann Hoffman were born August 2, 2002 in Los Angeles, California. When they were less than a year old, they took over the recurring role of Kristina Davis on the soap opera General Hospital.
Kara Ben Nemsi Kara Ben Nemsi (in Arabic Karl the Son of the Germans) is a fictional character in the works of Karl May, best-selling 19th century German writer. Alter ego of the author, everything written from first person perspective, he travels throughout the Ottoman empire, alongside his friend and servant Hadschi Halef Omar.
Kara Braxton Kara Liana Braxton (born February 18, 1983 in Jackson, Michigan) is a professional basketball player for the Detroit Shock in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). A solid talent, she is also known for her troubles on and off the court.
Kara Harp Okulu Kara Harp Okulu, the Turkish Military Academy, is a prestigious four year military school located in the center of Ankara. It's mission is to develop cadets mentally and physically for service as commissioned officers in the Turkish Army.
Kara Hultgreen Kara Spears Hultgreen (October 5 1965 â€“ October 25, 1994), a Lieutenant in the United States Navy, was the first female naval carrier-based fighter pilot. She was killed just months after she was certified for combat, when the left engine of her F-14 Tomcat failed on final approach to USS Abraham Lincoln.
Kara katorga Kara katorga (Russian: ĐšĐ°Ń€Đ¸ĐąŃĐşĐ°ŃŹ ĐşĐ°Ń‚ĐľŃ€ĐłĐ°, Kariyskaya katorga) was the name for a set of katorga prisons of extremely high security located along the Kara River in Transbaikalia and included into the system of Nerchinsk katorga.
Kara Kinna Kara Kinna is a well-known Saskatchewan journalist. A graduate of the University of Regina School of Journalism, she has written for the Regina Leader-Post, The Western Producer, and Montreal's The Gazette, among other publications.
Kara Koyunlu The Kara Koyunlu or Qara Qoyunlu, also called the Black Sheep Turkomans (Turkmen: GaragoĂ˝unly; Azeri: Qaraqoyunlu; Turkish: Karakoyunlu; ), were a tribal federation of Turkoman origin that ruled in what is today eastern Turkey, Armenia, Iranian Azerbaijan, and northern Iraq from 1375 to 1468.
Kara KuĹź, Hakkari Kara KuĹź (Qochanis, also known as Qudshanes or Kotchanes) is a town to the north of Hakkari in the southeastern corner of modern Turkey near the Greater Zab River. It was the seat of the patriarchs of the Church of the East from the 17th century until 1915 .
Kara Lawson Kara Marie Lawson (born February 14, 1981 in Alexandria, Virginia) is a professional basketball player for the Sacramento Monarchs in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). Lawson primary plays as a point guard.
Kara Lynn Joyce Kara Lynn Joyce (born October 25, 1985 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American swimmer. She competed in the 2004 Athens Olympic Games, finishing fifth in the 50 meter freestyle and 100 meter freestyle races, as well as winning a pair of silver medals in the 4 x 100 m Freestyle Relay and the 4 x 100 m Medley Relay.
Kara Musa Pasha Kara Musa Pasha was an Ottoman soldier and statesman who was named grand vizier by the Sultan Ibrahim I on 16 September 1647 after Nevesinli Salih Pasha's execution. Since Kara Musa Pasha was in campaign in Crete in his title of Kapudan Pasha (Grand Admiral of the Ottoman Navy), the imperial seal was sent to him by way of sea.
Kara Mustafa Merzifonlu Kara Mustafa Pasha (Arabic: ŮŘ§Ř±Ř§ Ř¨Ř§Ř´Ř§) (Born 1634/1635 â€“ December 25, 1683) was an Ottoman military leader and grand vizier who was a central character in the empire's last attempts at expansion into central and eastern Europe.
Kara Osman Kara Osman (mid to late 14th century to 1435, reigned 1378-1435) was a late 14th and early 15th century leader of the Turkmen tribal federation of Ak Koyunlu in what is now Azerbaijan, Iraq, and Turkey. According to Byzantine and Ak Koyunlu sources, he was the founder of his dynasty, married a Byzantine princess, as was custom, and gained control over DiyarbakÄ±r in 1402.
Kara Sea The Kara Sea (Russian: ĐšĐ°ĚŃ€ŃĐşĐľĐµ ĐĽĐľĚŃ€Đµ) is part of the Arctic Ocean north of Siberia. It is separated from the Barents Sea to the west by the Kara Strait and Novaya Zemlya, and the Laptev Sea to the east by the Severnaya Zemlya.
Kara Swisher Kara Swisher is a technology columnist for the Wall Street Journal and a prominent author and commentator on the Internet. During the formative years of the Internet Economy, she created and wrote the paper's must-read column, Boom Town, which appeared on the front page of the Marketplace section and also online.
Kara Thrace Captain Kara "Starbuck" Thrace is a fictional character in the television series Battlestar Galactica, a reimagining of the classic series of the same name. She is portrayed by actress Katee Sackhoff.
Kara's Flowers Kara's Flowers was the name of band that came to be Maroon 5. The band consisted of Adam Levine (vocals/guitar), Jesse Carmichael (guitar), Mickey Madden (bass) and Ryan Dusick (drums), which was Maroon 5's original line-up, with the addition of James Valentine.
Kara-Khitan Khanate The Kara-Khitan Khanate, or Western Liao (, 11241124 is the year in which YelĂĽ Dashi proclaimed himself king, while still in Mongolia-1218) was a Khitan empire in Central Asia. The dynasty was founded by YelĂĽ Dashi, who led the remnants of the Liao Dynasty to Central Asia after fleeing from the Jurchen conquest of their homeland in Manchuria.
Kara-Kul Kara-Kul is a 25-kilometer (16-mile) diameter lake in the Pamir Mountains in Tajikistan, and lies at an altitude of 3,900 meters (13,000 feet) above mean sea level. Kara-Kul was formed by a meteorite impact event less than 5 million years ago, leaving a crater with a rim diameter of 45 kilometers (28 miles).
Kara-Kyrgyz Autonomous Oblast The Kara-Kyrgyz Autonomous Oblast (ĐšĐ°Ń€Đ°-ĐšĐ¸Ń€ĐłĐ¸Đ·ŃĐşĐ°ŃŹ ĐĐž) was created on 14 October 1924 within the Russian SFSR from the predominantly Kazakh and Kyrgyz parts of the Turkestan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. On 15 May 1925 it was renamed into the Kyrgyz Autonomous Oblast.
Kara-Murza Kara-Murza (Russian: ĐšĐ°Ń€Đ°-ĐśŃŃ€Đ·Đ°), is a Russian surname of Tatar origin translated as "Black Lord". Kara Murza was a Tatar aristocrat who converted to Chistianity settled in Moscow in XV century.
KaraÄ‘orÄ‘e PetroviÄ‡ KaraÄ‘orÄ‘e PetroviÄ‡ (Serbian Cyrillic: ĐšĐ°Ń€Đ°Ń’ĐľŃ€Ń’Đµ ĐźĐµŃ‚Ń€ĐľĐ˛Đ¸Ń›; Anglicised: Karageorge Petrovitch), (November 3, 1768? â€“ July 13, 1817) was the leader of the First Serbian Uprising against the Ottoman Empire, and the founder of the Serbian House of KaradjordjeviÄ‡.
KaraÄ‘orÄ‘ev park KaraÄ‘orÄ‘ev Park (Serbian Cyrillic: ĐšĐ°Ń€Đ°Ń’ĐľŃ€Ń’ĐµĐ˛ ĐźĐ°Ń€Đş) is a public park and an urban neighborhood of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. While the park itself is located in Belgrade's municipality of VraÄŤar, majority of what is today considered the neighborhood of KaraÄ‘orÄ‘ev Park is since 1957 located in the municipality of Savski Venac (though historically still within the old, much larger neighborhood of VraÄŤar).
KaraÄ‘orÄ‘eva Ĺˇnicla Karadjordje's steak (Serbian: KaraÄ‘orÄ‘eva Ĺˇnicla) is a Serbian dish named after the Serbian Prince Karadjordje. It is a rolled veal or pork steak, stuffed with bacon, white cheese and ham, breaded and baked (or fried).
Karabakh carpet Karabakh carpet - one of four major regional groups of carpets made in Azerbaijan named after the Karabakh region, which comprises present Nagorno-Karabakh and adjacent lowland territories ('lowland Karabakh').
Karabakh Committee Karabakh Committee A Group of the Armenian intellectuals formed in 1988 with stated objective to attain the reunification of Nagorno-Karabakh with Armenia. Arrested in December of 1988, the leaders of Karabakh Committee were released in spring of 1989 to form the ANM.
Karabakh khanate The Karabakh khanate (QarabaÄź xanlÄ±ÄźÄ± in Azeri) was a Persian ruledEncyclopaedia Brittanica Online: History of Azerbaijan feudal state that existed in 1748]-[[1822 in the present-day Nagorno-Karabakh and adjacent lowland areas.
Karabiner 98k The Karabiner 98 Kurz (often abbreviated Kar98k or K98k) was a bolt-action rifle adopted as the standard infantry rifle in 1935 by the Wehrmacht, and was one of the final developments in the long line of Mauser military rifles.
Karaboro languages The Karaboro languages are spoken in Burkina Faso by approximately 65 000 people (SIL 1995/1991). They belong to the Senufo subfamily, but are separated from other Senufo languages by a small band of unrelated languages.
Karabournaki Karabournaki, also Karampournaki (Greek: ÎšÎ±ĎÎ±ÎĽĎ€ÎżĎ…ĎÎ˝Î¬ÎşÎą), Mikro Karabourou or -Karampourou (ÎśÎąÎşĎĎŚ ÎšÎ±ĎÎ±ÎĽĎ€ÎżĎ…ĎÎ˝ÎżĎŤ) or Mikro Emvolo (ÎśÎąÎşĎĎŚ ÎÎĽÎ˛ÎżÎ»Îż), possibly of Turkish origin "Karaburun" or "black peninsula", is the cape founded in Kalamaria south of Thessaloniki.
Karacasu Karacasu is a district, as well as the central town of that district, in AydÄ±n Province, Turkey. The vestiges of the antique city of Aphrodisias are located within the boundaries of Karacasu, near the depending township of Geyre.
Karadach Karadach (Karidachos) was a warlord of the Akatziroi (who some have linked to the later Khazar Khaganate) during the reign of Attila. A vassal of the Hunnish king, Karadach was courted by Roman diplomats as a potential ally against the Huns, but to no avail.
Karadjordje Cup Karadjordje Cup is an annual football tournament where Serbian football clubs from all over Australia compete in it. In 2006 the tournament was held at the Serbian sports centre in Keysborough, Melbourne, Victoria and was hosted by Noble Park Drina.
Karaga Karaga (Kannada ŕ˛•ŕ˛°ŕ˛—) One of the oldest festivals in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, Karaga is primarily the festival of the Tigala community of southern Karnataka and the people of Tamil Nadu. Karaga is a popular festival in Bangalore and Kolar districts of Karnataka.
Karagiozis Karagiozis (Greek ÎšÎ±ĎÎ±ÎłÎşÎąĎŚÎ¶Î·Ď‚, from Turkish KaragĂ¶z) is a marionette and fictional character of Greek traditional folklore inspired from a Turkish counterpart who was known as KaragĂ¶z. He is the main character of the tales narrated in the Greek theatre of shadows.
Karagwe Karagwe is one of the 6 districts of the Kagera Region of Tanzania. It is bordered to the North by Uganda, to the East by the Bukoba Rural District, to the Southeast by the Muleba District, to the South by the Ngara District and to the West by Rwanda, which is divided by the River Kagera.
Karachay-Balkar language The Karachay-Balkar language (ĐšŃŠĐ°Ń€Đ°Ń‡Đ°Đą-ĐśĐ°Đ»ĐşŃŠĐ°Ń€ /Qarachay-Malqar/) is a Turkic language spoken by the Karachays and Balkars. It is divided into two dialects: Karachay which pronounces two phonemes as and , and Balkar, which pronounces the corresponding phonemes as and .
Karachay-Cherkessia Karachay-Cherkess Republic (, or, less formal, Karachay-Cherkessia () is a federal subject of Russia (a republic). The direct transliteration of the republic's Russian name is Karachayevo-Cherkesskaya Respublika or Karachayevo-Cherkessiya.
Karachays The Karachays (ĐšŃŠĐ°Ń€Đ°Ń‡Đ°ĐąĐ»Ń‹Đ»Đ°, QaraĂ§aylÄ±la) are a Turkic people of the Ciscaucasus, mostly situated in the Russian Karachay-Cherkess Republic. They sometime refer to themselves as Alans (Đ°Đ»Đ°Đ˝Đ»Đ°, alanla).
Karachi Agreement The Karachi Agreement was a cease-fire agreement signed by Pakistan and India in 1949. Text of the agreement signed between Pakistan and Azad Kashmir Governments in March 1949 de facto establishing Azad Kashmir as a region of Pakistan.