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Kali Rodriguez Kali Rodriguez (born July 27, 2000 in Valencia, California, USA) is an American actress who currently portrays the character of Kristina Davis on the Daytime Soap Opera General Hospital. She is the fourth actress in the role, debuting on November 15, 2005.
Kali Troy Kali Bianca Troy (born September 8, 1988) is an American voice over artist also known as Elisabeth "Kittie" Happleton, Kittie, or Miss Kittie. She is known for her starring roles on American Dragon: Jake Long and W.
Kali Yuga KalÄ« Yuga (DevanÄgarÄ«: ŕ¤•ŕ¤˛ŕĄ€ ŕ¤ŻŕĄŕ¤—) (lit. Age of Kali, also known as The Age of Darkness), is one of the four stages of development that the world goes through as part of the cycle of Yugas, as described in Hindu scriptures, the others being Dwapara Yuga, Treta Yuga, and Satya Yuga.
Kali's teeth bracelet Named after a Hindu goddess (Kali), the Kali's teeth bracelet is often used as a form of chastity device (see chastity belts) for men. Consisting of a metal ring with blunt spikes on its inside surface, it is locked around the shaft of the flaccid penis.
Kali-Saáą‡áąÄraáą‡a UpaniáąŁad The (ŕ¤•ŕ¤˛ŕ¤żŕ¤¸ŕ¤¨ŕĄŤŕ¤¤ŕ¤°ŕ¤¨) is a Vaishnava Vedantic text associated with the Black Yajurveda. It is the source of the "Hare Krishna" mantra, claiming that "These sixteen words are destructive of the evil effects of Kali Yuga.
Kaliakra Kaliakra (Bulgarian: ĐšĐ°Đ»Đ¸Đ°ĐşŃ€Đ°; Romanian: Caliacra) is a long and narrow headland in the Southern Dobruja region of the northern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, located 12 km east of Kavarna and 60 km northeast of Varna. The coast is steep and has vertical rocks reaching 70 m down to the sea.
Kaliakra Glacier Kaliakra Glacier (Lednik Kaliakra 'led-nik ka-li-'a-kra) is a glacier in northeastern Livingston Island, Antarctica extending 7 km in E-W direction and 8 km in N-S direction. It is bounded by Melnik Ridge and Bowles Ridge to the S, by Hemus Peak, Gurev Gap, Gleaner Heights, Elhovo Gap, Leslie Hill, Leslie Gap and Radnevo Peak to the W, Miziya Peak, Samuel Peak and Perperek Knoll to the N.
Kaliakudi Natesa Sastry Kaliakudi Natesa Sastry was a noted exponent of Harikatha, who hailed from Tiruvarur and lived during the latter half of the 19th century and first 20 years of the 20th century. One of his prominent disciples was Chembai Vaidyanatha Bhagavatar.
Kaliber 44 Kaliber 44 is a Polish hip hop band formed in 1994 in Katowice by Piotr Ĺuszcz ("Magik"), Marcin Marten ("Dab") and MichaĹ‚ Marten ("Joka"). The name of the group does not come from a gun, but from the calibre of problems the group spoke about and the number 44 is a reference to Dziady written by Adam Mickiewicz.
Kalibre Records Kalibre Records is a little known Toronto, Ontario, Canada based record label started in February 2004 which endorses rappers from Toronto. With "Cajual" manger and producer, "Franz" as the assistant manager and producer, and "Tokek", DJ Milkshake, and "Magnum" as subordinate producers, the Torontonians run an internet radio station and a website.
Kalidas Samman The Kalidas Samman is a prestigious arts award presented annually in the state of Madhya Pradesh in India. The award is named after KÄlidÄsa, an Indian poet and dramatist who wrote classical Sanskrit literature.
Kalighat Kalighat () is a locality of Kolkata, India. One of the oldest neighborhoods in South Kolkata, Kalighat is also densely populated and vibrant -- with a rich history of cultural intermingling with the various foreign incursions into the area over time.
Kalighat Home for the Dying Kalighat Home for the Dying is a hospital for the poor and sick in Calcutta, India, founded by Mother Teresa. It was an old abandoned Hindu temple to the goddess Kali, the Hindu goddess of death and destruction, before she sought permission to use it.
Kalighat painting Kalighat painting originated in the 19th century Bengal, in the vicinity of Kalighat temple of Kolkata, India, and from being items of souvenir taken by the visitors to the Kali temple, the paintings over a period of time developed as a distinct school of Indian painting. From the depiction of Hindu gods, goddesses, and other mythological characters, the Kalighat paintings developed to reflect a variety of themes.
Kalihi Kalihi (meaning, "the edge", in Hawaiian) is a neighborhood community of Honolulu on the island of Oâ€ahu in Hawaiâ€i. Split by the Likelike Highway, it is flanked by downtown Honolulu to the east and Mapunapuna, Moanalua and Salt Lake to the west.
Kalicharan Brahma Kalicharan Brahma (1860-1938), originally Kalicharan Mech, was a 20th century social and religious reformer of Bodo society. He started a new religion called Brahma Dharma, and he is reverentially called Gurudev.
Kalikiri Kalikiri is a small town with a population of around 20000 in the district of Chittoor in Andhra Pradesh, India. The town is famous for its huge tomato market, which supplies tons of tomatoes to other states like Tamilnadu and Kerala.
Kalikot District Kalikot district, a part of Karnali zone, is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal, a landlocked country of South Asia. The district, with Manma as its district headquarters, covers an area of 1,741 sq km and has a population (2001) of 105,580.
Kalilag and Damnag Kalilag and Damnag in Syriac or Kalila wa Dimna ŮŮ„ŮŠŮ„Ř© Ů ŘŻŮ…Ů†Ř© in Arabic, is the name of the translation into Syriac of the Sanskrit Panchatantra literary work of fables originating in India. It was translated to Pahlavi Persian then into Syriac, then into Arabic, and from there to European languages.
Kaliman I of Bulgaria Kaliman Asen I (Bulgarian: ĐšĐ°Đ»Đ¸ĐĽĐ°Đ˝ ĐŃĐµĐ˝ I, or commonly but less accurately ĐšĐľĐ»ĐľĐĽĐ°Đ˝ ĐŃĐµĐ˝ I, Koloman Asen I), reigned as emperor (tsar) of Bulgaria from 1241 to 1246. Kaliman Asen I was the son of Ivan Asen II and Anna Maria of Hungary.
Kalimdor Kalimdor is a large western landmass in the world of Azeroth, in the fictional Warcraft Universe that is the setting of the Warcraft franchise of computer games by Blizzard Entertainment, and spinoffs of it in form of a board game, action figures, and several pocket books. Kalimdor is typically divided into two logical regions, Northern Kalimdor and Southern Kalimdor.
Kalimera Ellada Kalimera Ellada (Greek: ÎšÎ±Î»Î·ÎĽÎĎÎ± Î•Î»Î»Î¬Î´Î±, literally Good Morning Greece) is a television morning programme aired by ANT1 since 1992 and hosted by Giorgos Papadakis. Contents of the programme, which is very famous in its country, includes country and local news, daily presentation of newspaper's frontpages, et cetera.
Kalin Olson Kalin Olson, born 29 December, 1975, in Hot Springs, Arkansas, is an American glamour model and actress. After being voted as the girl most likely to be a model in her high school class she entered a bikini contest and won.
Kalina cycle The Kalina cycle is a thermodynamic cycle for converting thermal energy to mechanical power which utilizes working fluid comprised of at least two different components and a ratio between those components is varied in different parts of the system to increase thermodynamic reversibility and therefore increase overall thermodynamic efficiency. There are multiple variants of Kalina cycle systems specifically applicable for different types of heat sources.
Kalineesan Kalineesan is someone who was caught by Kalimayai (not to be confused with the Hindu deity) according to Akilattirattu Ammanai, the source of Ayyavazhi mythology. Kaliyan is the sixth fragment of Kroni and Kalineesan.
Kalinga Kalinga is a landlocked province of the Philippines in the Cordillera Administrative Region in Luzon. Its capital is Tabuk and borders Mountain Province to the south, Abra to the west, Isabela to the east, Cagayan to the northeast, and Apayao to the north.
Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (Deemed University) Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, Bhubaneswar (better known as KIIT Deemed University), located in the eastern state of Orissa, is one of the youngest institutions to be awarded the deemed university status in India.History ==
Kalinga Magha Magha (reigned 1215 - 1236), also known as Kalinga Magha and Magha the Tyrant, is a medieval king of Sri Lanka who is remembered primarily for his tyrannical and oppressive rule. Magha invaded the country from Kalinga in eastern India, usurping the throne from Parakrama Pandya, in 1215.
Kalinga Prize The Kalinga Prize for the Popularization of Science is an award given by UNESCO for people recognized for their efforts in presenting scientific ideas to lay people. It was created in 1952, following a donation from Bijayananda Patnaik, Founder and President of the Kalinga Foundation Trust in India.
Kalinga War The Kalinga War (Sanskrit: ŕ¤•ŕ¤˛ŕ¤żŕ¤¨ŕĄŤŕ¤— ŕ¤ŻŕĄŕ¤§ŕĄŤŕ¤§ŕ¤®ŕĄŤ) was a war fought between the Mauryan Empire under Ashoka the Great and the state of Kalinga, a feudal republic located in on the coast of the present-day Indian state of Orissa.
Kalinga-Apayao Kalinga-Apayao used to be a province of the Philippines in the Cordillera Administrative Region in Luzon. It was split into the two provinces of Kalinga and Apayao with the passage of Philippine Republic Act No.
Kalinga, Queensland Kalinga is a residential district in the Wooloowin suburb of northern Brisbane, Queensland. The area is predominantly flat, with a mix of small apartment blocks and houses, with some older style Queenslanders still extant.
Kaliningrad Kaliningrad (), until 1945 known by its German name KĂ¶nigsberg, then briefly as Kyonigsberg (), is a seaport and the administrative center of Kaliningrad Oblast, the Russian exclave between Poland and Lithuania on the Baltic Sea. As of the 2002 Census, its population wasÂ 430,003.
Kaliningrad Oblast Kaliningrad Oblast (, Kaliningradskaya Oblast; informally called Yantarny kray (, meaning Amber region) is a federal subject of Russia (an oblast) on the Baltic coast, with no land connection to the rest of Russia; it is an exclave of Russia surrounded by Lithuania, Poland and the Baltic Sea. As Lithuania and Poland both are members of the European Union and NATO, the oblast is, as well, surrounded by territories of these organizations.
Kalinka "Kalinka" ("ĐšĐ°Đ»Đ¸Đ˝ĐşĐ°" in Cyrillic) might be the best-known Russian song of all time. It has been mistaken as being a genuine folksong, but was actually written in 1860 by the composer and folklorist Ivan Petrovich Larionov 1830-1889 and first performed in Saratov as part of a theatrical entertainment that he had composed.
Kalinkavichy KalinkaviÄŤy (more usually: Kalinkavichy; , ) is a town in the Homiel Province of south-eastern Belarus. KalinkaviÄŤy is located beside the Pripyat River, opposite the town of Mazyr, and is the site of one of country's most important railway junctions.
Kalinowski Kalinowski is a typical Polish-Ruthenian gentry family, like many other Szlachta houses of The Kingdom of Poland, The Grand Duchy of Lithuania, and The Duchy of Ruthenia, later prominent in Polish and Belarusian history, science, and arts. They are descended from Andrzej Kalinowski (?
Kaliopa House The Kaliopa House (), a popular name for the Bulgarian "Urban lifestyle of Rousse" museum (), was built in 1864. According to a legend, the house was bestowed upon the beautiful Kaliopa (born Maria Kalish), the wife of the Prussian consul Kalish, by the governor of the Danubian Vilayet, Midhat Pasha, who was in love with her.
Kaliopate Tavola Kaliopate Tavola (born 1946) is a Fijian economist, diplomat, and politician, who was his country's Minister for Foreign Affairs from 2000 to 2006. He was also Minister for External Trade and Minister for Sugar.
Kaliphora Kaliphora madagascarensis is a species of evergreen shrub or small tree. It is endemic to Madagascar, where it inhabits subhumid woodlands and forests in eastern Madagascar, in the provinces of Antananarivo, Antsiranana, Fianarantsoa, and Mahajanga.
Kaliphz The Kaliphz were a British hip hop crew formed in Rochdale by 2-Phaan (real name Mush Khan) and Jabba da Hype. They began as part of the breakdancing scene in the early 1980s, before branching out into spoken word and rap as other members joined the group.
Kalisz Kalisz (pronounce: ['kaliĘ]) (German: Kalisch)is a city in central Poland with 109,800 inhabitants (1995). Situated on the Prosna river in the southeastern part of the Greater Poland Voivodeship, the city forms a conurbation with the nearby towns of OstrĂłw Wielkopolski and Skalmierzyce.
Kalisz County Kalisz County () is a powiat (county) located about 110 km south-east of PoznaĹ„ , in Poland, in Greater Poland Voivodeship. The county seat is the town of Kalisz and the powiat includes the area around it, but not the city itself which forms its own separate urban powiat.
Kaliszanie Kaliszanie (literally: "ones from Kalisz") or Kalisz Opposition was a semi-formal political group opposed to the conservative authorities of the Kingdom of Poland in the period preceding the outbreak of the November Uprising. The circle was formed around 1820 by brothers Bonawentura and Wincenty Niemojowski, two liberal politicians from the western provinces of Poland.
Kalix River The Kalix River (in Swedish: proper Kalix Ă¤lv or in everyday language KalixĂ¤lven, Northern Sami: GĂˇlĂˇseatnu, In MeĂ¤nkieli the lower part of the river is called KaihnuunvĂ¤ylĂ¤, while the upper part is called KaalasvĂ¤ylĂ¤) is one of the four major rivers of Norrland, northern Sweden, that are untouched by water power constructions. It is 461 kilometres long, flowing up to the Kebnekajse mountain range in Kiruna Municipality.
Kaliya Kaliya (IAST:KÄliyÄ, Devanagari: ŕ¤•ŕ¤ľŕ¤˛ŕ¤żŕ¤Żŕ¤ľ), in Hindu mythology, was the name of a poisonous hydra or NÄga living in the Yamuna River. The water of the Yamuna for four leagues all around him boiled and bubbled with poison.
Kaliyan Kaliyan was the sixth fragment of the primordial manifestation of Kroni (evil) according to Akilam, the source of Ayyavazhi mythology and the holy book of Ayyavazhi religion. Unlike other previous manifestations, Kaliyan spread in this yukam as maya (illusion).
Kalk Bay Kalk Bay is a fishing village on the coast of False Bay, South Africa and is now a suburb of greater Cape Town. It lies in a beautiful setting, wedged between the ocean and sharply rising mountainous heights that are buttressed by crags of grey sandstone.
Kalki (Tamil magazine) Kalki is one of the leading Tamil language weekly magazines published in Chennai. The magazine was co-founded by Kalki Krishnamurthy and is known for first publishing the novels written by Kalki Krishnamurthy like Ponniyin Selvan, Sivagamiyin Sabadham, etc.
Kalki Krishnamurthy Kalki is the pen name of Krishnamurthy (September 9 1899â€“December 5, 1954), an Indian freedom fighter, novelist, short-story writer, journalist, satirist, travel writer, script-writer, poet, critic, and connoisseur of the arts.
Kalku Kalku or Calcu, in Chilean folklore and the Mapuche mythology, is a witch or shaman, usually an evil one, but not necessarily. However, the good shamans are referred to as Machis, so as to not denote the witches' malice.
Kallang Airport The Kallang Airport (Chinese: ĺŠ ĺ†·ćśşĺśş), also known as the Kallang Aerodrome, opened on 1937 as Singapore's first purpose-built civil airport, together with an anchorage for seaplanes. Land was reclaimed in the Kallang Basin to turn the swampy area into a cicular-shaped airfield and to build a slipway for the seaplanes.
Kallang River The Kallang River (Chinese: ĺŠ ĺ†·ć˛ł, Pinyin: JiÄlÄ›ng HĂ©) flows for 10 kilometres from the Lower Peirce Reservoir to the coast at Nicoll Highway, making it the longest river in Singapore. The river mouth was traditionally at Kallang Basin, although extensive land reclamation around the area meant the river only flows into the open sea via the Marina Channel between Marina Centre and Marina East.
Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway The Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway (Abbreviation: KPE; Chinese: ĺŠ ĺ†·ďĽŤĺ·´č€¶ĺ©ĺł‡é«é€źĺ…¬č·Ż; Pinyin: JiÄlÄ›ng BÄyÄ“lĂ¬bÄ GÄosĂą GĹŤnglĂą) malay: Lebuhraya Kallang-Paya Lebar is the newest of Singapore's network of expressways.
Kalle Jalkanen Kalle Jalkanen (May 10 1907, Suonenjoki - September 5 1941, Kirjasalo) was a Finnish cross-country skier who competed in the late 1930's. He won a gold medal at the 1936 Winter Olympics in Garmisch-Partenkirchen in the 4 x 10 km relay.
Kalle Larsson Karl "Kalle" Larsson (born 1969) is a Swedish politician active in leadership of the Left Party and member of the Riksdag as from 1998. Following the 2006 party congress Larsson was elected to the Executive Committee of the party.
Kalle Svensson Karl-Oskar Svensson, nicknamed Rio-Kalle (11 November 1925â€“15 July 2000) was a famous Swedish football goalkeeper. He played on elite level for Helsingborgs IF during his whole career, debuting in Allsvenskan only 18 years old on 4 June 1944, conceding two goals.
Kallidin Kallidin is a bioactive kinin formed in response to injury from kininogen precursors through the action of kallikreins. Kallidin is identical to bradykinin with an additional lysine residue added at the N-terminal end and signals through the bradykinin receptor.
Kallikomo Kallikomo (Greek: Modern: ÎšÎ¬Î»Î»ÎŻÎşĎ‰ÎĽÎż, Ancient/Katharevousa: -on), also Kalikomo, Ancient: Kallikomon and Kalikomon, also Kallikomi is a community located east of GR-9/E55 in the municipality of Skillountas and the prefecture of Ilia, in Greece. Distance from Pyrgos is 18 km SE, 3 km W of Krestena and 6 km W of Olympia, and about 10 km NW of Zacharo and N of GR-9/E55 and Kyparissia.
Kallima inachus The Orange Oakleaf or Dead Leaf Kallima inachus is a nymphalid butterfly found in tropical Asia from India to Japan. With wings closed, it closely resembles a dry leaf with dark veins and is a spectacular example of camouflage.
Kallio Kallio (BerghĂ¤ll in Swedish) is a district in Helsinki, the capital of Finland, located on the eastern side of the Helsinki peninsula, about one kilometre north from the core downtown area. Kallio (literally "the rock") is separated from the city center by a bridge called PitkĂ¤silta ("long bridge").
Kalliope PlayList Kalliope Playlist is a format of media files playlist similar to M3U or PLS but based on XML language. Kalliope Playlist is developed to speed up playlist loading process and in some cases it can be much more efficient than popular M3U or PLS.
KallistiOS KallistiOS (KOS) is a free, BSD licensed development library for the Sega Dreamcast game console created by a team of free software developers over the internet. Development on this development library began in 2000, under the name of libdream.
Kallithea Kallithea (Greek: ÎšÎ±Î»Î»ÎąÎ¸ÎÎ± map, meaning "good view") is the 8th biggest municipality in Greece (110,187 inhabitants, 2001 census) and the 4th biggest in Greater Athens (following Athens itself, Piraeus and Peristeri).
Kallithea (Achaia), Greece Thea-Kallithea (Greek: ÎšÎ±Î»Î»ÎąÎ¸ÎÎ±) or Kalithea are two communities of a Patras suburb in the prefecture of Achaia. It is located 8 km S of downtown Patras, 69 km NW of Kalavryta, 136km NW of Tripoli, 92 km ENE of Pyrgos and NE of Olympia.
Kallitype A chemical process similar to the Van dyke brown based on the use of a combination of ferric and silver salts. Many developing solutions can used to give a different image color (brown, sepia, blue, maroon and black).
Kallocain The classic 1940 Swedish dystopian novel Kallocain envisioned a future of drab terror. Seen through the eyes of idealistic scientist Leo Kall, Kallocain's depiction of a totalitarian world state is a montage of what novelist Karin Boye had seen or sensed in the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany of the 1930s.
Kallol Kallol (Bengali: ŕ¦•ŕ¦˛ŕ§Ťŕ¦˛ŕ§‹ŕ¦˛) refers to one of the most influential literary movements in Bangla literature, which can be placed approximately between 1923-1935. The name Kallol of the Kallol group derives from a magazine of the same name (which translates as the sound of waves in Bangla).
Kalloor Kalloor is the name of the place in Tamil Nadu, India, where the Apostle Thomas, one of the 12 disciples of Jesus, is believed to have been killed. Though there are differing claims and no written accounts have been found to favor one over another, it is generally accepted that the Apostle Thomas arrived in what is now the state of Kerala and established a number of churches, converting mainly Brahmin families.
Kalma Kalma (Finnish, meaning death or a corpse) was the bass player for the Finnish hard rock band Lordi between 2002 and 2005 and played on the albums The Monsterican Dream, where he also co-wrote the song 'Kalmageddon' with Mr. Lordi, and The Arockalypse but was replaced by current bassist Ox after his departure from the band.
Kalman Konrad Kalman Konrad (May 23, 1896 - May 10, 1980) , an outside right, was one of the best football players in the Kingdom of Hungary in the 1910s, and played on the Hungarian National team with his brother, Jeno Konrad. Kalman, who later played for Austria, coached the Romanian National team for five games in the mid-1930s.
Kalman Packouz Kalman Packouz is a rabbi (born in Portland, Oregon) who has pioneered various Jewish educational initiatives. In 1979, after receiving rabbinical ordination in Jerusalem, Packouz started the first Aish HaTorah branch in St.
Kalman-Yakubovich-Popov lemma The Kalman-Yakubovich-Popov lemma is a result in system analysis and control theory which states: Given a number gamma > 0, two n-vectors b, c and an n by n Hurwitz matrix A, if the pair (A,b) is completely controllable, then a symmetric matrix P and a vector q satisfying
Kalmar Castle Kalmar Castle, located near the site of Kalmar's medieval harbor, has played a crucial part in Swedish history since its initial construction as a fortified tower in the 12th century. King Magnus LadulĂĄs ordered the construction of a fortress around the tower in the 1280s, and was further expanded in the centuries that followed.
Kalmar Mekaniska Verkstad Kalmar Mekaniska Verkstad (KMV) was a Swedish automobile manufacturer that made the Tjorven and Terminal. Tjorven was a small delivery van based on the DAF 44 and Terminal was vehicle intended to be used for transporting goods in ports between ships and railway.
Kalmar Nyckel The Kalmar Nyckel (Key of Kalmar) was a Dutch built, armed merchant ship, called a pinnace, constructed in 1625, which carried the settlers of the colony of New Sweden to the area that is now Wilmington, Delaware. She was named after the city of Kalmar, which purchased the ship in 1628 as its contribution to the Royal Swedish Navy.
Kalmar Union The Kalmar Union (Danish/Norwegian/Swedish: Kalmarunionen) was a series of personal unions (1397â€“1524) that united the three kingdoms of Denmark, Norway and Sweden under a single monarch. The countries had given up their sovereignty, but not their independence, and diverging interests (especially Swedish dissatisfaction over the Danish and Holsteinish dominance) gave rise to a conflict that would hamper it from the 1430s until its dissolution in 1523 when Gustav Vasa became king of Sweden.
Kalmen Opperman Kalmen Opperman (born 1919) is an American clarinetist. He is a noted performer, teacher, conductor, mouthpiece and barrel maker (which he makes only for his students), composer, and writer of numerous clarinet studies.
Kalmiopsis Kalmiopsis (Kalmiopsis leachiana) is a rare flowering plant endemic to the Siskiyou Mountains of southwest Oregon, where it is specially protected in the 72,800 ha Kalmiopsis Wilderness reserve. It is related to Kalmia in the family Ericaceae.
Kalmyk deportations of 1944 At the end of December 1943, the entire population of Kalmykia (Kalmyk SSSR) were packed into cargo wagons and transported to various locations in Siberia: Altai Krai, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Omsk Oblast, and Novosibirsk Oblast.
Kalmyk people The Kalmyks (alternatively "Kalmucks," "Kalmuks," or "Kalmyki") are the descendants of the Oirats, the historic and collective identity of the West Mongolian people.They have lived in the European] part of [[Russia for nearly 400 years.
Kalmykia The Republic of Kalmykia (; Kalmyk: ĐĄĐ°Đ»ŃŚĐĽĐł Đ˘Đ°ŇŁŇ»Ń‡) is a federal subject of the Russian Federation (a republic). The direct transliteration of the republic's Russian name is Respublika Kalmykiya, and that of the Kalmyk name is Khal'mg Tanghch.
Kalmykian Voluntary Cavalry Corps The Kalmykian Voluntary Cavalry Corps was a unit of about 5,000 Kalmykian volunteers who choose to join the Wehrmacht in 1942 rather than remain in Kalmykia as the German Army retreated before the Red Army. (In 1943 Stalin subsequently declared the Kalmykian population as a whole to be German collaborators and had them deported to Siberia suffering great loss of life.
Kalmyks in the United States Upon arrival to the United States in 1951 and 1952, the Kalmyks established communities in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Patterson and Howell (Freewood Acres), New Jersey. Communities were also established in Windsor, Maryland and in the State of New Mexico, but the Kalmyk immigrants in those two locations later joined their kinsmen in the Northeast where jobs were plentiful.
Kalo Horio Kalo Horio means good village, Kalo Horio is in Crete it's a small village and resort which is S/E of the Island only ten mins away from a more popular resort Agios Nikolaos, Crete is the largest Greek islands.
Kalofer Kalofer (ĐšĐ°Đ»ĐľŃ„ĐµŃ€) is a town in southern Bulgaria, between the Balkan Mountains to the north and the Sredna Gora to the south, part of Plovdiv Province. It is best known as the birthplace of Bulgarian poet and revolutionary Hristo Botev and is located on both banks of the Tundzha.
Kalogria (Achaia), Greece Kalogria (Greek: ÎšÎ±Î»ÎżÎłĎÎąÎ¬) is a place in the municipality of Larissos in the western part of the prefecture of Achaia. It is located about 55 km WSW of the Rio-Antirio bridge, 260 km W of Athens, about 4 km W of Araxos, 42 km W of Patras, 6 km N of Lappa and 64 km (old: 70 km) N of Pyrgos.
Kalomo Kalomo is a town in southern Zambia, lying north east of Livingstone, on the main road and railway line to Lusaka. It was the first administrative centre of Northern Rhodesia, serving until the capital city was established at Livingstone in 1911.
Kalomoira Saranti Kalomoira Saranti (ÎšÎ±Î»ÎżÎĽÎżÎŻĎÎ± ÎŁÎ±ĎÎ¬Î˝Ď„Î· in Greek characters; born Maria Kalomoira Saranti, January 31, 1985, Long Island, New York, United States), also known simply as Kalomoira or K-Moira, is an American singer, famous in Greece and Cyprus.
Kalonzo Musyoka Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka (born November 1953) in a remote part of Mwingi District in Kenya's Eastern Province and is a Kenyan politician and was the foreign minister of Kenya from 1993 until 1998 and from 2003 until June 30 2004, when he was replaced in a cabinet reshuffle.
Kalopedis family The Kalopedis Family are renowned jewelers from Cyprus who specialty is traditional Greek Byzantine style. Stylianos Kalopedis started the business in 1888 which has been passed down from father to son for five generations.
Kalorama, Victoria Kalorama (from the Greek for 'beautiful view') is a suburb in the northern Dandenong Ranges, 42 km to the east of Melbourne, the capital city of the state of Victoria, Australia. Its Local Government Area is the Shire of Yarra Ranges.
Kalos inscription The Kalos inscription was a form of epigraph found on attic vases in antiquity, common between 550 and 450 BCE, and usually found on symposion vessels. The word ÎşÎ±Î»ĎŚĎ‚ means "beautiful"; here it had an erotic connotation, and the inscription took the form of a youth's name, in the nominative singular, followed by "kalos".
Kalos kagathos Kalos kagathos (ÎşÎ±Î»ĎŚĎ‚ ÎşáĽ€ÎłÎ±Î¸ĎŚĎ‚, ), sometimes written kalokagathos or kalos kai agathos, is an idiomatic phrase used in ancient Greek literature (including philosophy and historiography), attested to since the classical period. The phrase is adjectival, composed of two adjectives, and (of which is the crasis with ÎşÎ±ÎŻ, "and").
Kalpa, Himachal Pradesh Kalpa is a small village located above the Kinnauri River Valley and above the district capital of Reckong Peo, in Himachal Pradesh, Northern India, in the Indian Himalaya. Inhabited by the Kinnauri people, apple orchards, irrigated by snow melt, are the main crop.
Kalpakkam Kalpakkam is a small town situated 65 km south of Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu, a state in southern India. Situated on the coast, Kalpakkam is mostly famous for its nuclear plants and affiliated research installations.
Kalpana Chawla Kalpana Chawla (Hindi: ŕ¤•ŕ¤˛ŕĄŤâ€Ťŕ¤Şŕ¤¨ŕ¤ľ ŕ¤šŕ¤ľŕ¤µŕ¤˛ŕ¤ľ) (July 1 1961 â€“ 1 February 2003), was an Indian-born American astronaut and space shuttle mission specialist. She was one of seven crewmembers lost aboard Space Shuttle Columbia during mission STS-107 when the shuttle disintegrated upon reentry into the Earth's atmosphere.
Kalpanaswaram Kalpanaswaram (KS) also called svara kalpana, is raga improvisation within a specific tala, or rhythm cycle. It is performed when a composition is finished and the musician would like to be creative with the raga of that composition.
Kalpathi Kalpathi or Kalpathy also known as Dakshin Kasi or the 'Varanasi of the South is an early Tamil Brahmin settlement (agraharam) in the Palakkad District of Kerala state, south India. Kalpathi is very famous for Kalpathi Ratholsavam, festival held annually at the Sri Visalakshi Sametha Sri Viswanatha Swamy temple where the deity is Lord Siva (Lord Viswanatha).