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Kashgar Kashgar (also spelled CascarGrousset, Ren-E. "The Empire of the Steppes: A History of Central Asia") (/; , ), is an oasis city in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China.
Kashgar Prefecture Kashgar Prefecture (simplified Chinese: ĺ–€ä»€ĺś°ĺŚş; Pinyin: KÄshĂ DĂ¬qĹ«; Uyghur: ; also spelled Kashgar) is located in mid-western Xinjiang, China. It has a area of 139,077 kmÂ˛ and 3,405,713 inhabitants with a population density of 24.
Kashgarli Mehmud Mahmud Kashgari ibn Husayn ibn Muhammad was born in Kashgar East Turkistan (Modern Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of China). His father, Husayn was the mayor of Barsgan, his mother, Bubi Rabiya Basri, was an intelligent woman.
Kashi Mutt Kashi Mutt (or Kashi Math) is one of the four Mutts which Goud Saraswat Brahmins follow, the others being Gokarna Mutt (Vaishnava), Kavle Mutt (Smarta) and Chitrapur Math (Smarta). Headquartered in Brahma Ghat, Varanasi, it has followers all over the Konkan belt, prominently in Udupi, Mangalore and parts of Kerala.
Kashi Vishwanath Temple Kashi Vishwanath temple, is one of the most famous Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva, located in the holy city of Varanasi, India. The temple stands on the western bank of the Hinduism's holiest river Ganges and the deity is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas the holiest of Shiva deities.
Kashida Kashida is a type of justification used in some cursive scripts, particularly Arabic. In contrast to white-space justification, which increases the length of a line of text by expanding spaces between words or individual letters, kashida justification is accomplished by elongating characters at certain chosen points.
Kashidakari Kashidakari is the persian name for a type of needlework. This art prospered in mainland India for centuries and the art was passed down countless generations with each era bringing about subtle change in motifs and stitch patterns.
Kashima Shrine Kashima Shrine (éążĺł¶çĄžĺ®® Kashima-jingĹ«) is a shrine dedicated to the Shinto kami Takemikazuchi-no-mikoto (ć¦ç”•ć§Śĺ¤§çĄž), one of the patron deity of martial arts. Dojo of kenjutsu and kendo sometimes display a kakejiku emblazoned with Kashima Taishin (éążĺł¶ĺ¤§çĄž, an alternate name for Takemikazuchi-no-mikoto).
Kashimo, Gifu Kashimo (ĺŠ ĺćŻŤćť‘; -mura) was a village located in Ena District, Gifu, Japan. On February 13 ,2005 the village merged with five other towns and villages from the district into the expanded city of Nakatsugawa, Gifu and no longer exists as an independent municipality.
Kashin Kashin () is a town in Tver Oblast, Russia, located around a rural agricultural area on the Kashinka River (Volga's tributary) 204Â km away from Moscow and 25Â km away from Kalyazin. Kashin is located close to the borders of Tver, Moscow, and Yaroslavl Oblasts.
Kashinkyoshi Kashinkyoshi a famed fictional genjutsu master that was said to be active during the Sengoku period to the Azuchi-Momoyama period (16th century) of Japan. Throughout Kashinkyoshi's many feats, he had performed many miracles such as reviving the life of a samurai that a certain woman had been married to before her own eyes.
Kashirskaya Kashirskaya () is a cross-platform station complex on the Moscow Metro. It was opened on 11 August, 1969 as part of the Kakhovsky radius extension and from 1983 was an interchnage between the Kakhovskaya and the Orekhovskaya branches of the Zamoskvoretskaya Line and from 1995 is officially classed as two stations after the Kakhovskaya Line's separation, and also becoming the terminus of it.
Kashish Das Shrestha Kashish Das Shrestha (born 16 May, 1982) is a journalist, photographer, events manager and an activist form Nepal. Currently the founder editor of the international bilingual newspaper Nepali Aawaz in New York, he has also served as the editor of WAVE magazine in Nepal and worked on the radio for over 3000 live hours.
Kashk Kashk, keshk, kishk, or kishik is a large family of foods found in Iranian, Kurdish, and Arab cuisine. There are three main kinds of food with this name: foods based on curdled milk products like yoghurt or cheese; foods based on barley broth, bread, or flour; and foods based on cereals combined with curdled milk.
Kashmala Tariq Kashmala Tariq (Urdu: Ú©Ř´Ů…Ř§Ů„Ű Ř·Ř§Ř±Ů‚) (born January 24, 1972 in Lahore, Pakistan) is a member of the National Assembly of Pakistan from the Women Reserve Constituency NA-277 for the province of Punjab. She belongs to the Pakistan Muslim League (Quaid-e-Azam) Group.
Kashmir Freedom Movement Kashmir Freedom Movement (KFM). With its headquarter at Dadyal, District Mirpur, Azad Jammu Kashmir, KFM is a non-violent people's resistance movement for complete independence and reunification of all parts of Jammu Kashmir.
Kashmir region Kashmir (Kashmiri: ŕ¤•ŕĄ…ŕ¤¶ŕĄ€ŕ¤°, Ú©Ů”Ř´ŮŰŚŘ± ; Hindi: ŕ¤•ŕ¤¶ŕĄŤŕ¤®ŕĄ€ŕ¤° ; Urdu: Ú©Ř´Ů…ŰŚŘ±) is the northwestern region of the Indian subcontinent. Historically the term Kashmir was used to refer to the valley lying between the Great Himalayas and the Pir Panjal range.
Kashmir Railway India is undertaking one of its most challenging railway projects ever by building a line to connect Kashmir with the Himalayan foothills. Far from being an ordinary scheme, the 290km route crosses major earthquake zones, and is subjected to extreme temperatures of cold and heat, as well as inhospitable terrain.
Kashmir Smast The Kashmir Smast caves are a series of natural limestone caves, artificially expanded from the Kushan to the Shahi periods, situated in the Babozai mountains in the Mardan Valley in Northern Pakistan. According to recent scholarship based on a rare series of bronze coins and artifacts found in the region, the caves and their adjacent valley probably comprised a sovereign kingdom in Gandhara which maintained at least partial independence for almost 500 years, from c.
Kashmiri literature Kashmiri literature (Kashmiri: ŕ¤•ŕĄ‰ŕ¤¶ŕĄŕ¤° ŕ¤¸ŕ¤ľŕ¤ąŕ¤żŕ¤¤ŕĄŤâ€Ťŕ¤Ż) has a history of at least 2,500 years, going back to its glory days of Sanskrit. Early names include Patanjali, the author of the Mahabhashya commentary on Panini's grammar, suggested by some to have been the same to write the Hindu treatise known as the Yogasutra, and Dridhbala, who revised the Charaka Samhita of Ayurveda.
Kashmiri Muslim tribes from Hindu Lineage A numerically significant population of the Kashmiri Muslims are descendents of Hindus . The prevalence of common Kashmiri Pandit family names among contemporary Kashmiri Muslims is indicative of Hindu lineage.
Kashmiri people The Kashmiri people (Kashmiri: ŕ¤•ŕ¤¶ŕĄŤŕ¤®ŕĄ€ŕ¤°ŕĄ€ Ú©Ř´Ů…ŰŚŘ±ŰŚ) are a Dardic ethnic group who ancestrally belong to the Kashmir region, divided between the countries of India and Pakistan. The Kashmiris speak the Kashmiri language, a Dardic tongue.
Kashmiri Pandit Kashmiri Pandit (Hindi: ) refers to a person who belongs to a sect of Hindu Pandits who ancestrally originate from the Kashmir Valley. Kashmiri Pandits were gradually forced to migrate to other parts of India over the centuries due to countless Muslim invasions which caused social and political instability in the Kashmir region and resulted in Kashmir becoming predominantly Muslim.
Kashmiriyat Kashmiriyat (Kashmiri: Kashmiri-ness) is the ethno-national and social consciousness and cultural values of the Kashmiri people. Emerging approximately around the 16th century, it is characterised by religious and cultural harmony, patriotism and pride for their Himalayan homeland of Kashmir.
Kashpoint Kashpoint is a themed club night taking place in London, UK focusing on music, art, style and self expression. Started by Matthew Glamorre in 2002, Kashpoint has grown into one of London's premier underground art events.
Kashrut Kashrut or Kashruth, Kashrus () or "keeping kosher" () is the name of the Jewish dietary laws. Food in accord with halakha (Jewish law) is termed kosher in English, from the Hebrew term kashĂ©r, meaning "fit" (in this context, fit for consumption by Jews according to traditional Jewish law).
Kashruth Council of Canada Kashruth Council of Canada is the governing body of kashruth agencies in Canada. It is best known for its kosher supervision service, with the COR symbol found on the labels of many commercial and consumer food products.
Kashubian language Kashubian or Cassubian (Kashubian: kaszĂ«bsczi jĂŁzĂ«k, pĂ˛mĂ˛rsczi jĂŁzĂ«k, kaszĂ«bskĂ˛-sĹ‚owiĹ„skĂ´ mĂ˛wa; Polish: jÄ™zyk kaszubski, gwara kaszubska) is one of the Lechitic languages, a subgroup of the Slavic languages.
Kashubian Tricity Kashubian Tricity () is a name used for three towns in Poland jointly: Rumia, Reda and Wejherowo located in Wejherowo County, Pomeranian Voivodeship, north of Tricity. Population: 105 226 (2004), area: 88 kmÂ˛.
Kashubian-Pomeranian Association The Kashubian-Pomeranian Association (Kashubian-Pomeranian: KaszĂ«bskĂ˛-PĂ˛mĂ˛rsczĂ© ZrzeszeniĂ©, Polish: Zrzeszenie Kaszubsko-Pomorskie) is a regional non-governmental organization of the Kashubians (Pomeranians), Kociewiacy and other people interested in the regional affairs of Kashubia and Pomerania in northern Poland.
Kashyap Samhita Kashyap Samhita,also known as Braddha Jeevakiya Tantra, is an Ayurvedic medical treatise written in ancient India by Sage Kashyapa. The origin of the teachings, which have collected in samhita, are given by the Bramha.
Kashyapa In the Puranas, Kashyapa (Sanskrit ŕ¤•ŕ¤¶ŕĄŤŕ¤Żŕ¤Ş kaĹ›yapa) was an ancient sage (one of the rishis), father of the Devas, Asuras, Nagas and all of humanity. He is married to Aditi, with whom he is the father of Agni and the Adityas.
Kashyyyk Kashyyyk (IPA: ), also known as Wookiee Planet C, is a fictional planet in the Star Wars universe. It is the lush, tree-filled home planet of the Wookiees, who live in villages constructed in the trees similar to that of the Ewoks.
Kascha Papillon Kascha was best known for her sensual, sultry exotic beauty featured on the cover of adult girly magazines and in adult films that displayed her innocence & sexiness. She worked only with one partner in adult films & still became a top adult film starlet.
Kasia Nosowska Katarzyna (Kasia) Nosowska (born August 30, 1971, Szczecin) is the lead singer of the Polish rock band Hey. She is also known for her solo career, which in contrast to Hey's guitar-driven rock, delves more into electronica.
Kasikili Kasikili Island, or Sedudu Island , is an island in the Chobe River on the border between Namibia and Botswana, near the Botwsanan town of Kasane. It was the subject of a territorial dispute between these countries, resolved by a 1999 decision of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) which ruled in favour of Botswana.
Kasikorn Bank Kasikorn Bank Public Company Limited or otherwise known as the Thai Farmers Bank (Simplified Chinese: ćł°ĺŤŽĺ†ść°‘é“¶čˇŚ) was established in 1945 with registered capital of Baht 5 Million and has been listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) since 1976. Its chairman is Mr Banyong Lamsam and as of December 31 2003, the Bank is the third largest commercial bank in Thailand as measured by total assets, loans, and deposits.
Kasim Sulton Kasim Sulton is an American bass guitarist, keyboardist, and singer. Best known for his work with Utopia, he has been a frequent collaborator, bassist and singer on many of Todd Rundgren's projects and solo tours.
Kasimir Felix Graf Badeni Kasimir Felix Graf Badeni (or Count Kasimir Felix von Badeni, born Kazimierz Feliks hrabia Badeni; SurochĂłw, Galicia, October 14, 1846 - July 9, 1909) was Minister-President of the Austrian half of the Austro-Hungarian Empire from 1895 until 1897. Many people in Austria, especially Emperor Franz Joseph, had placed great hope in Badeni's ability to solve some of the Empire's constitutional problems, but he disappointed them.
Kasimov Kasimov (; , in local dialect is pronounced as ka-CHEEM (ĐšĐ°Ń‡Đ¸ĐĽ), historically: XankirmĂ¤nĐĄĐ°Đ˝ĐşĐ¸Ń€ĐĽÓ™Đ˝, ĐĄĐ°Đ˝-ĐšĐµŃ€ĐĽĐµĐ˝ŃŚ, means "Khan's fortress", Gorodets Meschorsky, Novy Nizovoy) is a town in Ryazan Oblast, Russia, the administrative center of Kasimovsky District. The town is situated on the left bank of the Oka River.
Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao Kasinadhuni Nageswararao, better known as Nageswara rao pantulu was rare combination of a journalist, nationalist, politician, a staunch supporter of Khaddar movement and an enthusiastic pioneer in library movement in Andhra. His participation in Indian freedom movement and in Indian National Congress Party was historical.
Kasiski examination In cryptanalysis, Kasiski examination (also referred to as Kasiski's Test or Kasiski's Method) is a method of attacking polyalphabetic substitution ciphers, such as the VigenĂ¨re cipher. It was independently developed by Charles Babbage and later Friedrich Kasiski.
Kaskad Kaskad (Cascade) was established within the Eight Chief Directorate of the KGB (the Guards Directorate) to possibly function as a SWAT team to assist the main guards in the performance of their duties. Its functions include: direct strike, hostage rescue, VVIP protection and escort.
Kaskaskia The Kaskaskia were one of the several cognate tribes that made up the Illiniwek Confederation. Their first contact with Europeans reportedly occurred near present-day Green Bay, Wisconsin in 1667 at a Jesuit mission station.
Kaskaskia Baptist Association Founded in 1840, the Kaskaskia Baptist Association is a Southern Baptist ministry centered in Patoka, Illinois and is active in ministry to people in Southern and South Central Illinois, Mexico, and Hispanics living in Southern Illinois. Named after the Kaskaskia River, it consists of thirty-three churches in Southern and South Central Illinois, and in recent years has become involved with the Southern Illinois Hispanic Outreach Project, a cooperative missions agency working with Hispanics throughout Southern Illinois.
Kaskaskia River The Kaskaskia River is a tributary of the Mississippi River, approximately 320 mi (515 km) long, in central and southern Illinois in the United States. The second largest river system within Illinois, it drains a rural area of farms, as well as rolling hills along river bottoms of hardwood forests in its lower reaches.
Kaskaskia sequence The Kaskaskia sequence was a cratonic sequence that began in the mid-Devonian, peaked early in the Mississippian, and ended by mid-Mississippian time. A major unconformity separates it from the lower Tippecanoe sequence.
Kaskelot (tall ship) Kaskelot is the flagship of the Square Sail fleet and is based out of her homeport of Charlestown, Cornwall, UK (though registered to Bristol). She is a three-masted barque and one of the largest remaining wooden ships in commission.
Kaskians The Kaska (KaĹˇka, also Kaskians or Gasgas) were a Bronze Age people of Anatolia, known from Hittite sources. They lived between the core Hittite region and the Black Sea, and are cited as the reason that the later Hittite Empire never extended northward to that area.
Kaslo and Slocan Railway The Kaslo and Slocan Railway was a narrow gauge gauge railway between Kaslo and the mining community of Sandon in the Kootenay region of British Columbia between 1895 and 1955 totalling about 53 km of track. It was operated originally by the Great Northern Railway and later by the Canadian Pacific Railway.
Kaslo-Slocan Kaslo-Slocan was the name of a provincial electoral district in the Canadian province of British Columbia centred on the town of Kaslo on Kootenay Lake as well as the mining towns of the "Silvery Slocan". The riding first appeared in the 1924 election as the result of a merger of the former ridings of Kaslo and Slocan, and lasted until the 1963 election.
Kasota limestone Kasota limestone or simply, 'Kasota stone,' is a dolomitic limestone found in southern Minnesota. This sedimentary rock is part of the Oneota Dolostone Formation of southern Minnesota and is approximately 450 million years old (lower Ordovician Period).
Kasou Taishou Kasou Taishou (ć¬˝ăˇă‚ă‚“ďĽ†é¦™ĺŹ–ć…Žĺľă®ć–°ďĽä»®čŁ…ĺ¤§čłž; Kinchan and Katori Shingo's National Costume Competition) is a semi-annual show on NTV in which various amateur groups (or solo artists) perform short skits, which are rated by a panel of judges.
Kaspar Dalgas Kaspar Buhl Dalgas (Born May 11, 1976) is a former Danish professional football (soccer) player who was the joined top scorer of the Danish Superliga 2001-02 season with 22 goals in 31 games. He represented the Denmark under-21 national football team once, in 1997.
Kaspar Maria von Sternberg Kaspar Maria von Sternberg (also: Caspar Maria, Count Sternberg, German: Kaspar Maria Graf Sternberg, Czech: hrabÄ› KaĹˇpar Maria Ĺ ternberk), 1761â€“1838, BĹ™ezina Castle, was a Bohemian theologian, mineralogist, geognost and botanist.
Kasparov Chessmate Kasparov Chessmate is a chess playing computer program by The Learning Company for which Garry Kasparov is co-credited as game designer. Kasparov also makes an "appearance" as the last computer profile which has to be defeated in order to win the "Kasparov Chess Club" tournament.
Kasparov versus The World In 1999, Garry Kasparov agreed to play a game of chess, via the Internet, against the rest of the world in consultation, with the World Team moves to be decided by majority vote. The host and promoter of the match was the MSN Gaming Zone.
Kasper Doenhoff Kasper D(o)enhoff (, , 1587-1645) was a Baltic-German noble (ReichsfĂĽrst) of the Holy Roman Empire and a noble (szlachcic), courtier and a diplomat at the court of the kings of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
Kasper Lorentzen Kasper Wellemberg Lorentzen (born November 19, 1985) is a Danish professional footballer, playing as a midfielder or forward for BrĂ¸ndby IF in the Danish Superliga. He has represented various Danish youth national football teams, most recently the Danish under-21 national team, playing a combined 58 youth national team matches and scoring 20 goals.
Kasper Salin Prize The Kasper Salin Prize (Swedish Kasper Salinpriset) is a prize awarded annually by the Swedish Association of Architects to a Swedish building or building project "of high architectural standard". It has been awarded since 1962 and was founded with money from a donation by the city architect of Stockholm Kasper Salin (1856-1919).
Kaspiysk Kaspiysk (), until 1947 known as Dvigatelstroy (), is a town in the Republic of Dagestan, Russia, located on the Caspian Sea some 18Â km southeast of Makhachkala at . Population: 77,650 (2002 Census); 43,000 (1972).
Kasr el-Harit Kasr el-Harit is a small town located in the heart of the Egyptian desert near the Nile. It is the site of historical importance, namely because of 2 pieces of brass were excavated that were linked to a scutum (a type of Roman shield).
Kassai and Leuk Kassai and Leuk is a children's television series by Marathon Production. This short-lived animation series was based on African stories, the three protagonists are the young man Kassai, on a quest given him by the gods themselves; his sidekick Leuk, a talking humanoid rabbit who knows the jungle well; and Princess Marana, who is cursed to transform into a gazelle during the day.
Kassandra (TV series) Kassandra (1991-1992) was a Venezuelan telenovela, written by Delia Fiallo and directed by Grazio D'Angelo and Olegario Barrera, involving a gypsy maiden marrying into a rich family. She does not realize, however, that she is the granddaughter of the man in the house.
Kassapa Buddha In Buddhist tradition, Kassapa (PÄli) is the name of the twenty-fourth Buddha, the third of the five Buddhas of the present aeon (the Bhaddakappa or 'Fortunate Aeon'), and the sixth of the seven ancient Buddhas mentioned in the Canon (D.ii.
Kassassin Kassassin (Arabic: ŮŘµŘ§ŘµŮŠŮ†) is a village of Lower Egypt 22 miles by rail, west of Ismailia on the Suez Canal. At this place, on 28 August and again on 9 September 1882 the British force operating against Arabi Pasha was attacked by the Egyptians.
Kassel Kassel (until 1926 officially Cassel) is a city situated along the Fulda River in northern Hessen, Germany, one of the two sources of the Weser river . It is the administrative seat of the Kassel administrative region (Regierungsbezirk) and of the district (Kreis) of the same name.
Kassel kerb A Kassel kerb is a concave-section kerb stone which is intended for use at bus stops served by modern low floor buses. The kerb guides the tyre of the stopping bus in a such a way as to improve the alignment of the bus's doors with the kerb and slightly raised boarding platform.
Kassel Literary Prize The Kassel Literary Prize for Grotesque Humor (Kasseler Literaturpreis fĂĽr grotesken Humor), established 1985, is an annual prize awarded by the Stiftung BrĂĽckner-KĂĽhner foundation in recognition of "grotesque and comic work" at a high artistic level. It is also given to literary professors whose work is connected to this theme.
Kassel-WilhelmshĂ¶he railway station Kassel-WilhelmshĂ¶he is a railway station in the city of Kassel, in the German state of Hesse. It is the city's most important railway station, as it is connected to the Hanover-WĂĽrzburg high-speed rail line, with InterCityExpress services calling at the station.
Kassia Kassia (also Kassiane, Kassiani, Casia', Ikasia, or Eikasia; 810 - bef.867) was a Greek-Byzantine poet, composer, and [She is one of the first ancient composers whose scores are both extant and able to be interpreted by modern scholars and musicians.
Kassiopi Kassiopi is a resort on the north east coast of Corfu, which is the only town in the fashionable part of this Greek island. The town itself has been heavily developed and the more expensive villas are now outside it, but it remains a summer social centre much appreciated by the English, and above all by their teenagers.
Kassites The Kassites were a Near-Eastern mountain tribe of obscure origin who spoke a non-Indo-European, non-Semitic language. They conquered Mesopotamia, bringing the Old Babylonian era to an end and for the first time welding together the network of independent, feuding city-states into a territory that can be called "Babylonia.
Kasson Crooker Kasson Crooker is the artist behind Symbion Project, DJ HMX, Komputer Kontroller, Rance Warlock and Cosmonaut Zero. He is also part of the synthpop group Freezepop as The Duke of Pannekoeken, formerly The Duke of Candied Apples.
Kassym-Jomart Tokayev Kassym-Jomart Kemeluly Tokayev or Qasymzhomart Kemelevich Toqaev (Kazakh: ŇšĐ°ŃŃ‹ĐĽ-Đ–ĐľĐĽĐ°Ń€Ń‚ ĐšĐµĐĽĐµĐ»Ň±Đ»Ń‹ Đ˘ĐľŇ›Đ°ĐµĐ˛; Russian: ĐšĐ°ŃŃ‹ĐĽĐ¶ĐľĐĽĐ°Ń€Ń‚ Đ˘ĐľĐşĐ°ĐµĐ˛; born on 17 May 1953) has served as the Chairman of the Senate of Kazakhstan since Senators unanimously elected him on 11 January 2007.Kazakhstan FM elected as Chairman of the Senate ITAR-TASS He served as the Foreign Minister in the Government of Kazakhstan from June 2003 to 8 January 2007.
Kastamonu Province Kastamonu is one of the Provinces of Turkey, in the Black Sea Region, to the north of the country. It is surrounded by Sinop to the east, BartÄ±n and KarabĂĽk to the west, Ă‡ankÄ±rÄ± to the south, Ă‡orum to the south east and the Black Sea to the north.
Kastanies Kastanies (Greek: ÎšÎ±ĎĎ„Î±Î˝ÎąÎĎ‚, plural form of chestnuts), older form Kastania, is a town located in northern part of prefecture of Evros and is part of the municipality of Vyssa. A border-crossing with Turkey is situated to the northeast which conne.
Kastav Kastav is a small historical Croatian town, located about 10 km northwest of Rijeka and about 5 km northeast of Opatija in Primorje-Gorski Kotar County. Built on an isolated hill 378 meters above sea level, it has population of 2,037, with a total of 8,891 residents in the municipality (census 2001).
Kastelorizo Kastelorizo, current official name in Greek is ÎśÎµÎłÎŻĎĎ„Î·/Megisti; (Turkish: Meis , Italian: Castelrosso), is a small Greek island located in the Eastern Mediterranean. It lies roughly 1300 metres off the south coast of Turkey, about 110 km east of Rhodes, almost halfway between Rhodes and Antalya.
Kasthamandap Kasthamandap (Sanskrit: ŕ¤•ŕ¤ľŕ¤·ŕĄŤŕ¤ ŕ¤®ŕ¤¨ŕĄŤŕ¤ˇŕ¤Ş, Nepal Bhasa:ŕ¤®ŕ¤°ŕĄ ŕ¤¸ŕ¤¤ŕĄŤŕ¤¤ŕ¤˛ Maru Sattal) is a three storied temple situated in Maru tole of Kathmandu. It is one of the largest and most noted pagodas of Nepal.
Kastner train The Kastner train, or Kastner transport, refers to a trainload of 1,684 Jews who escaped from Nazi-controlled Hungary in 1944. The train was named after Rudolf Kastner, a Hungarian Jewish leader who was a major player in the negotiations that led to the rescue.
Kastoria Prefecture Kastoria (Greek: ÎšÎ±ĎĎ„ÎżĎÎąÎ¬, Bulgarian: ĐšĐľŃŃ‚ŃŃ€) is one of the fifty-one prefectures (nomoi, singular: nomos) of Greece. Its capital is Kastoria city, and its population was estimated at 51,934 inhabitants in the most recent census.
Kastritsi Kastritsi (Greek, Modern: ÎšÎ±ĎĎ„ĎÎŻĎ„ĎÎą, Ancient/Katharevousa: -on) older forms: Kastritsio and Kastritsion are two communities that are divided into Ano Kastritsi and Kato Kastritsi that is located 4 km from downtown Rio and is part of this municipality in the prefecture of Achaia. The distance between the two communities are approximately 4 to 5 km apart.
Kasu Brahmananda Reddy Kasu Brahmananda Reddy (July 28 1909â€“ 1994) was the chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, India from February 29, 1964 to September 30 1971. On June 3, 1977 he was elected president of the Indian National Congress.
Kasuga, Gifu Kasuga (ćĄć—Ąćť‘; -mura) was a village located in Ibi District, Gifu, Japan. On January 31, 2005 the village merged with four other villages into the expanded town of Ibigawa and no longer exists as an independent municipality.
Kasuga, Hyogo Kasuga (ćĄć—Ąç”ş; -cho) was a town located in Hikami District, Hyogo, Japan. On November 1, 2004 the town merged with the five other towns from the district forming the city of Tamba and no longer exists as an independent municipality.
Kasugai, Yamanashi Kasugai (ćĄć—Ąĺ±…ç”ş; -chou) was a town located in Higashiyamanashi District, Yamanashi, Japan. On October 12, 2004 the town merged with five other towns and villages from Higashiyatsushiro District to form the new city of Fuefuki.
Kasugayama Castle was the primary fortress of the Japanese warlord Uesugi Kenshin during the Sengoku Period. It is situated in what is now the city of Joetsu, Niigata Prefecture, and was originally built & ruled by the Nagao clan.
Kasukabe, Saitama Kasukabe (Japanese: ćĄć—Ąé¨ĺ¸‚; -shi) is a city located in eastern Saitama, Japan, approximately 30 kilometers north of Tokyo. Formerly located within Kitakatsushika and Minamisaitama Districts (former town of Kasukabe area was located in Minamisaitama).
Kasumbalesa Kasumbalesa or sometimes Kasile is a little town in Katanga in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Zambia. It is located at the border between the two countries, halfway on the road and the railway between Lubumbashi and Kitwe.
Kasumi (song) is the 17th single released by the Japanese rock group Dir en grey and the third single of the Vulgar era. It features a live recording of "Umbrella", the same which appeared on the Rettou Gekishin Angya video.
Kasumi Gyoubu Kasumi GyĹŤbu (japanese: éśž ĺ‘é¨, hiragana: ă‹ă™ăż ăŽă‚‡ă†ă¶, rĹŤmaji: Kasumi Gyoubu) a character featured in Basilisk: The Kouga Ninja Scrolls. Gyoubu was one of ten ninja chosen chosen to represent the Kouga Manjidani clan in their duel against the chosen ten of the rival Iga Tsubagakure clan.
Kasumi Ninja Kasumi Ninja is a one-on-one fighting game developed by Hand Made Software and published by Atari for the Atari Jaguar and released in 1994. It was an original fighting game that were released for the Jaguar home console system, with other games being Ultra Vortek, and Fight For Life, and sought to capitalize on the success of ultra violent fighting games such as Mortal Kombat and Primal Rage.
Kasumi Shinto-ryu Kenjutsu Kasumi Shinto-ryu Kenjutsu, or (Shinto-ryu Kenjutsu), is one of the names used to describe the collection of sword versus sword kata (training method) for the long and short sword found exclusively in the japanese martial arts system Shinto Muso-ryu.
Kasumi, Hyogo Kasumi (é¦™ä˝Źç”ş; -cho) was a town located in Kinosaki District, Hyogo, Japan. On April 1, 2005 the town merged with two towns from Mikata District forming the town of Kami and no longer exists as an independent municipality.
Kasumigaura, Ibaraki Kasumigaura (ă‹ă™ăżăŚă†ă‚‰ĺ¸‚; -shi) is a city located in Ibaraki, Japan. Kasumigaura was formerly a town in Niihari District and became a city on March 28, 2005 after merging with the neighboring town of Chiyoda, Ibaraki.
Kat Kat is a common nickname for the feminine given name Katherine, Kathleen, Katarina, and variations. It is also a homonym or whimsical spelling for "cat", so it sometimes carries a connotation of sexiness or allure when used as a woman's nickname.
Kat (band) Kat is a heavy metal band formed in 1979 in Katowice, Poland. Throughout its history, their music can be categorised as heavy metal, thrash metal and/or black metal though recently (starting with their album Mind Cannibals) their sound can be described as Black metal inspired Groove Metal.
Kat (porn star) Kat (aka Cat) born December 2, 1985 is a American porn actress from LA, California who entered the adult industry in 2003 at age 18 and has appeared in 232 X-rated films. She has brown hair and brown eyes, braces, a skinny body, a dark tan and exotic Asian-looking eyes.