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Kamehameha Day Kamehameha Day on June 11 is a public holiday of the state of Hawaii in the United States. It honors Kamehameha the Great, the monarch who first established the unified Kingdom of Hawaii â€” comprised of the Hawaiian Islands of Niihau, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, LÄnai, Kahoolawe, Maui and Hawaii.
Kamehameha Highway Kamehameha Highway is one of the main highways serving suburban and rural Oâ€ahu. Starting from Nimitz Highway near Pearl Harbor and Hickam Air Force Base in Honolulu, it serves the island's older western suburbs, turning north across the Oâ€ahu Central Valley to the North Shore.
Kamehameha II Kamehameha II, King of Hawaii (1797 - 1824) was the second king of the Kingdom of Hawaiâ€i. Born Liholiho in Hilo, Hawaiâ€i, the eldest son of Kamehameha I and his highest-ranking wife Queen Keopuolani, he was groomed to be heir to the throne from age five.
Kamehameha IV Kamehameha IV, King of Hawaii, born Alexander Liholiho â€Iolani, reigned as the fourth king of the united Kingdom of Hawaiâ€i from 11 January 1855 to 30 November 1863. He served alongside Emma, Queen Consort of Hawaiâ€i.
Kamehameha Statue The Kamehameha Statue stands prominently in front of Aliiolani Hale in Honolulu, Hawaii. Commissioned by King David KalÄkaua it is a memorial to Kamehameha the Great, the founder of the Kingdom of Hawaii who united the Hawaiian Islands in 1810.
Kameiros Kameiros (ÎšÎ¬ÎĽÎµÎąĎÎżĎ‚) is a city on the island of Rhodes, Greece, lying on a peninsula on the northwest coast of the island. It is the heart of an agricultural region, and constituted one of three city states on Rhodes.
Kamek Kamek was King Bowser's adoptive parent and the main antagonist in the game Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island. He kidnapped Baby Luigi and tried to kidnap Baby Mario, but Yoshi and his variously colored friends protected Mario and saved Luigi after defeating Baby Bowser.
Kamel Nacif Borge Kamel Nacif Borge is a Mexican businessman of Lebanese origin, known in Mexico as "El Rey de la Mezclilla" (the king of Denim). He has been accused by of negotiating the non-approval of gambling laws in Mexico with Emilio Gamboa PatrĂłn.
Kamel Rabat Bouralha Kamel Rabat Bouralha, an Algerian born British citizen has been accused by The Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation (FSB) of being a key aide to Chechen rebel warlord Shamil Basayev responsible for the Beslan attack. Russian investigators report that Bouralha came from London to Chechnya in 2001.
Kamelion Kamelion is a fictional character from the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. A shape-changing android voiced by Gerald Flood in its default form, it was a companion of the Fifth Doctor and appeared (properly, see below) in the programme in two serials between 1983 and 1984.
KameĹˇnica KameĹˇnica is a mountain bordering southwest Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia (Dalmatia). It is an extension of the Dinara that stretches from the northwest white road pass Vaganj (1173m) to BuĹˇko jezero (artificial lake).
Kamen Rider , translated as Masked Rider, was a popular and seminal sci-fi story conceived by renowned Japanese comic book creator Shotaro Ishinomori (çźłăŽćŁ® ç« ĺ¤ŞéŽ Ishinomori ShĹŤtarĹŤ). It debuted as a tokusatsu television series on April 3 1971.
Kamen Rider (franchise) Kamen Rider is the overall name of a Japanese series of tokusatsu superhero productions that begins with the 1971 TV series . Owing to its popularity, the original show spawned many sequels and spin-offs that have since become part of its legacy.
Kamen Rider 1 is a fictional character from the Japanese tokusatsu television series Kamen Rider, the first in the famous Kamen Rider franchise of tokusatsu programmes. The primary protagonist of the series, Kamen Rider 1 is a motorcycle-riding superhero modelled upon a grasshopper.
Kamen Rider BLACK RX , shortened by some to Kamen Rider RX is a Japanese tokusatsu superhero television series produced as part of the Kamen Rider franchise. It was a joint collaboration between Ishinomori Productions and Toei, and was broadcast on MBS from October 23, 1988 to September 24, 1989 with a total of 47 episodes.
Kamen Rider Faiz Accel Form The Accel Form is one of two additional forms for Kamen Rider Faiz in the Japanese series Kamen Rider 555. It shares similar abilities with the normal Kamen Rider Faiz form, but Faiz can now move at the speed of sound for 10 seconds (although this limitation was overlooked in the movie Paradise Lost).
Kamen Rider Femme Kamen Rider Femme (ä»®éť˘ă©ă‚¤ă€ăĽă•ă‚ˇă ) is one of the 13 Kamen Riders in the tokusatsu production Kamen Rider Ryuki. Aside from a brief cameo in the TV Special 13 Riders, her only screen appearance was in the movie Episode: Final.
Kamen Rider Glaive Kamen Rider Glaive is a fictional character from the Japanese film Kamen Rider Blade:Missing Ace, an adaptation of the television series Kamen Rider Blade. His real name is Junichi Shimura, but his real identity is the Albino Joker Undead; Hajime Aikawa's rival.
Kamen Rider Hyper Battle Video/DVDs have been yearly direct to video/DVD shorts since the birth of the New Generation (Millenium Series/Post Ishinomori) Kamen Riders. The shorts are usually 10 to 15 minutes long and are meant to be comical in tone, ranging from out of character actions to musicals.
Kamen Rider Chalice Kamen Rider Chalice is a character from the tokusatsu TV series Kamen Rider Blade, which aired in Japan in 2004/2005. His voice and his human form, Hajime Aikawa, was played by Japanese actor/singer, Ryoji Morimoto.
Kamen Rider Kuuga , translated as Masked Rider Kuuga (see below Trivia section for an explanation of the puns in "Kuuga"), is a Japanese tokusatsu television series. It is the 10th installment in the popular Kamen Rider series of tokusatsu shows.
Kamen Rider Lance Kamen Rider Lance was a Kamen Rider who appeared exclusively in Kamen Rider Blade: Missing Ace, a movie adaptation of the popular Japanese television series Kamen Rider Blade. His real name is Shin Magaki and was originally working as a waiter until he was fired after knocking out a rude customer.
Kamen Rider Larc Kamen Rider Larc (also referred as Kamen Rider Lark or Kamen Rider L'arc) was a Kamen Rider who appeared exclusively in 'Kamen Rider Blade: Missing Ace, a movie adaptation of the popular Japanese television series Kamen Rider Blade. Her real name is Miwa Natsumi who originally was applying as an office worker, but was berated by the boss.
Kamen Rider Leangle Kamen Rider Leangle is the fourth and final Rider to appear in the Kamen Rider Blade TV series. The Leangle system was developed through tricks and manipulation by Isaka, the Peacock Undead (otherwise known as the Category Jack of Diamonds).
Kamen Rider Odin Kamen Rider Odin (ä»®éť˘ă©ă‚¤ă€ăĽă‚ŞăĽă‡ă‚Łăł) is one of the 13 Kamen Riders in the tokusatsu production Kamen Rider Ryuki. It is Shiro Kanzaki's personal representative in the Rider War, possessing incredible strength, the ability to teleport around the battlefield, and many powerful Advent Cards such as Time Vent and Survive (centre).
Kamen Rider Psyga Kamen Rider Psyga (or Saiga) is a fictional character in the japanese television series Kamen Rider 555. It was the 5th Rider Gear produced for Kamen Rider 555, and appeared only in the movie "Paradise Lost.
Kamen Rider Ryuga Kamen Rider Ryuga (ä»®éť˘ă©ă‚¤ă€ăĽăŞăĄă‚¦ă‚¬) is one of the 13 Kamen Riders in the tokusatsu production Kamen Rider Ryuki. Aside from a brief cameo in the TV Special 13 Riders, his only screen appearance was in the movie Episode: Final.
Kamen Rider SD is a 1993 Japanese anime OVA produced by Toei Company, a parody based on their Kamen Rider series. It features super deformed versions of the various Kamen Riders featured from Kamen Rider through BLACK RX placed in a cartoonish world, where each enemy of the Riders has banded together under the command of the "Great Leader" under the name "GelShocker.
Kamen Rider the First is a Japanese tokusatsu film. The film is an adaptation of the legendary television series Kamen Rider, though there are many differences between the film and the original programme; some of these, however, are due to a closer reliance on the original Kamen Rider manga by Ishinomori Shotaro.
Kamen-na-Obi Kamen-na-Obi () is a town in Altai Krai, Russia, located on the left bank of the Ob River some 208Â km northwest of Barnaul. The city was founded in 1670, designated an urban settlement in 1915, and granted a town status in 1925.
Kamener Kreuz The Kamener Kreuz is a cloverleaf interchange in North Rhine-Westphalia Germany where the Autobahnen A1 and A2 meet. It lies between the towns of Kamen and Bergkamen in the west and the city of Hamm and the municipality BĂ¶nen in the east.
Kamenets-Podolsky Pocket The Battle of the Kamenets-Podolsky Pocket, also known as Hube's Pocket, was a battle on the Eastern Front of World War II. In March 1944 two Soviet fronts encircled Generaloberst Hans-Valentin Hube's 1st Panzer Army north of the Dniestr river.
Kameni Chora Kameni Chora (Greek: ÎšÎ±ÎĽÎÎ˝Î· Î§ĎŽĎÎ±, meaning [town] which the name is derived from a nearby volcano of Methana) is a village located in the northwestern part of the [[Methana peninsula. It is located in a valley northwest of the volcanic summit.
KamenickĂ˝ encoding The KamenickĂ˝ encoding, named for the KamenickĂ˝ brothers, was a very popular code page for personal computers running MS-DOS, used in the former Czechoslovakia (today Czech Republic and Slovakia). Another name for this encoding is KEYBCS2, the name of the TSR which implemented the matching keyboard driver.
Kamennogorsk Kamennogorsk (, ), known as Antrea (ĐĐ˝Ń‚Ń€ĐµĐ°) before 1948, is a town in Leningrad Oblast, Russia, located on the Karelian Isthmus on the left bank of the Vuoksa River (Lake Ladoga basin) some 170Â km northwest of St.Â Petersburg.
Kamennomostsky Kamennomostsky (; Adyghe: ĐšĐ°ĐĽĐµĐ˝Đ˝ĐľĐĽĐľŃŃ‚; lit. stone bridge), also informally called Khadzhokh (), is an urban-type settlement in Maykopsky District of the Republic of Adygea, Russia, located on the Belaya River 40Â km south of Maykop.
Kamenny Island Theatre The Kamenny Island Theatre (Russian: ĐšĐ°ĐĽĐµĐ˝Đ˝ĐľĐľŃŃ‚Ń€ĐľĐ˛ŃĐşĐ¸Đą Ń‚ĐµĐ°Ń‚Ń€, Kamennoostrovsky teatr) is a wooden summer theatre on the grounds of the Kamennoostrovsky Palace, Kamenny Island, Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Kamenny Monastery Kamenny Monastery (Russian: ĐˇĐżĐ°ŃĐľ-ĐźŃ€ĐµĐľĐ±Ń€Đ°Đ¶ĐµĐ˝ŃĐşĐ¸Đą ĐˇĐ˛ŃŹŃ‚Đľ-ĐšĐ°ĐĽĐµĐ˝Đ˝Ń‹Đą ĐĽĐľĐ˝Đ°ŃŃ‚Ń‹Ń€ŃŚ) was the name of a Russian Orthodox monastery situated on a small eponymous island in the very centre of the Kubensky Lake. It is distinguished as the first stone monastery of the Russian North.
Kamenz Kamenz (Sorbian Kamjenc) is a Lusatian town in eastern Saxony, Germany, with a population of 18,243, and is the capital of the Kamenz district. The town is located about 40 km (25 miles) northeast of Dresden and about 30 km (19 miles) northwest of Bautzen.
Kamenz (district) Kamenz (Lusatian: Kamjenc) is a Kreis (district) in the north-east of the Free State of Saxony, Germany. Neighboring districts are (from north clockwise) Oberspreewald-Lausitz, Spree-NeiĂźe, Niederschlesischer Oberlausitzkreis, Bautzen, SĂ¤chsische Schweiz, the district-free city Dresden, and the districts MeiĂźen and Riesa-GroĂźenhain.
Kamera Kamera is a Swedish company producing and distributing TV channels for online and mobile. Founded in 1998, and with offices in Stockholm, Cairo and Singapore, Kamera distributes its channels to more than 30 mobile operators and 40 online publishers worldwide.
Kameradenwerk Kameradenwerk (German for "comrade work") is said to be a secret organization of former SS and Nazi officers after World War II. It has been said that these men had found refuge in Europe, South America, and various parts of the United States.
Kamerik-Houtdijken Kamerik-Houtdijken is a former municipality in the Dutch province of Utrecht. It existed from 1818 to 1857, after which it merged with 's-Gravesloot, Kamerik-Mijzijde, and Teckop, to form the new municipality of Kamerik.
Kameron Loe Kameron David Loe (born September 10, 1981 in Simi Valley, California) is a Major League Baseball player for the Texas Rangers. At 6'8" tall, Loe is one of the tallest players in the game and also has a 7 foot boa constrictor named Angel which he keeps in the Rangers clubhouse.
Kamerun Kamerun was an African colony of the German Empire from 1884 to 1916. Following Germany's defeat in World War I, the territory was divided into two League of Nations mandates under the administration of Great Britain and France.
Kamchatka Current The Kamchatka Current (Also known as the Oyayisho current) is a cold-water current flowing south-westward from the Bering Strait, along the Siberian Pacific coast and the Kamchatka Peninsula. A portion of this current then becomes the Oyashio Current while the remainder joins the warmer North Pacific Current.
Kamchatka Krai Kamchatka Krai () is a new federal subject of Russia (a krai) that is scheduled to come into being as a merger of Kamchatka Oblast and Koryak Autonomous Okrug, after a referendum was held on the issue on October 23, 2005. The date of merger has been set for July 1, 2007.
Kamchatka River The Kamchatka River (also known as the Jopanova River), runs eastward for 758 km (451 mi) through Kamchatka Province in the Russian Far East towards the Pacific Ocean. The river is rich with salmon, millions of which spawn yearly and which once supported the settlements of the native Itelmen.
Kamchiya Glacier Kamchiya Glacier (Lednik Kamchiya 'led-nik 'kam-chi-ya) is located on Livingston Island south of the glacial divide between the Drake Passage and Bransfield Strait, and draining into South Bay between Ereby Point and Memorable Beach. It extends 5 km along an east-west axis, and is 2.
Kami Kami çĄž is the Japanese word for the objects of worship or awe in the Shinto faith. Although the word is sometimes translated as "god" or "deity," Shinto scholars point out that such a translation can cause a serious misunderstanding of the term (Ono, 1962).
Kami (Dragon Ball) Kami-sama (Japanese for "God") is the name given to the individual fictional protectors of planets in the Dragon Ball universe although they are more like overseers. In the mythology of the series, the Kami-samas have an indirect reporting relationship to one of the KaiĹŤs.
Kami (ethnic group) The Kami are an ethnic and linguistic group based near Morogoro, Tanzania. In 2000 the Kami population was estimated to be 16,411 Kami language] is a [[Bantu language, sharing substantial lexical similarities with Kutu, Kwere, Zaramo, Doe, and Luguru.
Kami (Magic the Gathering) The Kami are fictional spirit beings that embody an aspect of reality in the fictional plane of Kamigawa, from Magic: The Gathering. Each Kami takes the shape and has powers associated with the element of reality it embodies.
Kami's Lookout In the manga and/or anime Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z, and Dragon Ball GT, Kami's Lookout is a platform that is in orbit above the Earth, and directly above Karin Tower. Events occurring on the earth can be observed from here.
Kami-Izumi Castle Kami-Izumi Castle a castle situated around the province of Kai during the earlier years of the Sengoku Period of the 16th century. Throughout the course of the Sengoku Period, the castle was controlled by the father of the famous sworsman Kamiizumi Hidetsuna (in which his name is currently unknown).
Kami-sama (Saiyuki) Kami-sama is a fictional character in the manga/anime Saiyuki, who is a loyal servant to Dr Jianyi/Ukoku Sanzo. Voiced by Daisuke Namikawa(Japan) &Doug Erholtz(US) while his younger self was voiced by Yuuko Satou(Japan) & Mona Marshall(US).
Kamiak High School Kamiak High School was opened in Mukilteo, Washington in September of 1993. The school was built to handle overflow population from the overcrowded Mariner High School, which at the time was the only high school serving the Mukilteo School District.
Kamidana Kamidana (çĄžćŁš in Japanese), literally meaning "kami shelf", is a type of miniature shrine placed or hung high on a wall in some Japanese homes. The Kamidana contains a wide variety of items related to the Shinto style ceremony.
KamieĹ„ Pomorski KamieĹ„ Pomorski (Kashubian & Pomeranian: KamiĂ©n, ) is a town in the far northwest of Poland in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship, in KamieĹ„ County of which it is the capital. It has about 9,188 inhabitants (2004).
Kamienica Pod Ĺ»abami The House with the Frogs (Kamienica Pod Ĺ»abami) is an example of art nouveau architecture in the city of Bielsko-BiaĹ‚a, in the Silesian Voivodship of southern Poland. It depicts two frogs feasting above the doorway, while smoking the pipe and playing the mandolin, while beetles roam freely across the walls.
Kamieniec Kamieniec is a common Slavic toponym, usually denoting a place founded on a rocky mountain or stony embankment of a river or stream. It is a part of or entire name of several dozen places, mostly in Central Europe.
Kamienna GĂłra County Kamienna GĂłra County (in Polish powiat kamiennogĂłrski) is a unit of territorial administration and local government in the Lower Silesian Voivodship in Poland, created on 1 January 1999 as a result of Local Government Reogranization Act of 1998.
Kamigata Kamigata (ä¸Šć–ą) is a region of Japan referring to the cities of Kyoto and Osaka; the term is used particularly when discussing elements of Edo period urban culture such as ukiyo-e and kabuki, and when making a comparison to the urban culture of the Edo/Tokyo region.
Kamigawa In Magic: The Gathering, is the name and setting for the block set that includes Champions of Kamigawa, Betrayers of Kamigawa, and Saviors of Kamigawa. It is a world-plane far removed from the other planes in Magic, planes which are usually influenced by Western fantasy elements (like the medieval Homelands and the Arabian Rabiah).
Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto is one of the eleven wards in the city of Kyoto, in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. Located in the center of the present-day city of Kyoto, Japan it previously occupied the northern region of the ancient capital of Kyoto.
Kamichetty Sri Parassourama Varaprassada Rao Naidu Kamichetty Sri Parassourama Varaprassada Rao Naidu was the son of Former Maire de Yanaon, Kamichetty Venugopala Rao Naidou and Kamichetty Savithiry. He was an undisputed leader until his death in Yanam after his father.
Kamichetty Venougopala Rao Naidou Kamichetty Venougopala Rao Naidou better known as The Grand Old Man of Yanaon was Mayor and MLA of Yanaon during French rule in first half of 20th century. He was one of the two powerful political leaders in Yanam during French rule.
Kamichu! , also known as Teenage Goddess, is a Japanese manga and television anime series strongly influenced by the Shinto religion, that follows the adventures of and her friends. The anime series has been broadcast by the anime television network, Animax, across its respective networks worldwide, including Japan, as well as East Asia, Southeast Asia, where it received its first ever English-language broadcast, under the title Kamichu - Teenage Goddess, and other regions.
Kamiizumi clan The Kamiizumi clan was a Japanese clan that originated in Kai province primarily during the Sengoku Period of the 16th century. The Kamiizumi clan served loyally under the local family of Uesugi throughout the course of the 16th century.
Kamikawa (Ishikari) District, HokkaidĹŤ Kamikawa (Ishikari) (ä¸Šĺ·ťéˇ(çźłç‹©); -gun) is a district located in Kamikawa Subprefecture, HokkaidĹŤ, Japan. Confusingly, there is a district of the same name, Kamikawa (Teshio) District, in the same subprefecture.
Kamikawa Subprefecture Kamikawa (ä¸Šĺ·ťć”Żĺş; -shichĹŤ) is a subprefecture of Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan. The name is derived from Kamikawa no hitobito no ShĹ«raku (Village of the Upstream People), a translation of the Ainu Peni Unguri Kotan.
Kamikaze (1937 aircraft) The Kamikaze was a Mitsubishi Ki-15 aircraft (registration J-BAAI) sponsored by the newspaper Asahi Shimbun, which became famous on April 9, 1937, when it arrived at Croydon Airport in London. It was the first Japanese-built aircraft to fly to Europe.
Kamikaze (disambiguation) In English, kamikaze refers to suicide attacks carried out by Imperial Japan's military aviators against Allied shipping towards the end of the Pacific campaign of World War II by crashing their planes into warships.
Kamikaze (ride) A Kamikaze (also known as a Double-Arm Ranger) is a pendulum amusement ride, usually found as a travelling ride, with some examples found at amusement parks. The ride is manufactured by Far Fabbri & Sartori, and first made its debut in 1984.
Kamikaze (typhoon) Kamikaze (çĄžé˘¨ kamikaze) is a Japanese word, usually translated as divine wind, believed to be a gift from the gods. The term is first known to have been used as the name of a pair or series of typhoons that are said to have saved Japan from two Mongol fleets under Kublai Khan that attacked Japan in 1274 and again in 1281.
Kamikaze 1NT Kamikaze 1NT is a preemptive 1NT opening. Unlike traditional 1NT openings, which show hands of significantly better than average strength, it shows 8-10 balanced high-card points, hoping to make 1NT opposite an average hand.
Kamil Ä°sxaqov Kamil Ä°sxaqov (also spelled Iskhakov, Tatar: Kamil Ĺžamil ulÄ± Ä°sxaqov, Russian: ĐšĐ°ĐĽĐ¸Đ»ŃŚ Đ¨Đ°ĐĽĐ¸Đ»ŃŚĐµĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ ĐŃŃ…Đ°ĐşĐľĐ˛) (born February 8, 1949 in Kazan) is currently Vladimir Putin's representative to the Far Eastern Federal District in Russia.
Kamil Djamaloudinov Kamil Djamaloudinov (born August 15, 1979) is a boxer from Russia, who won the bronze medal in the featherweight division (â€“ 57 kg) at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. In the semifinals he was defeated by eventual runner-up Ricardo Juarez from the United States.
Kamil Piros Kamil Piros (born November 20, 1978, in Most, Czechoslovakia, now Czech Republic) is a Czech ice hockey center. He was drafted in the eighth round, 212th overall, by the Buffalo Sabres in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft.
Kamil Radulj Kamil Radulj (born on October 9 1988) is a young , talented Polish football player (midfielder) playing currently for Korona Kielce. When he played in lower divisions , he had a chance to play in some Spanish clubs , but he chose Korona Kielce to continue his career .
Kamila Skolimowska Kamila Skolimowska (born 4 November 1982 in Warsaw) is a Polish hammer thrower. Skolimowska first made herself known at age fifteen, when she won the event at the 1997 Junior European Championships, and later repeated the accomplishment at the 1999 competition.
Kamila StĂ¶sslovĂˇ Kamila StĂ¶sslovĂˇ (nĂ©e NeumannovĂˇ) (1891-1935) holds an unusual place in music history. The composer LeoĹˇ JanĂˇÄŤek, upon meeting her in 1917 in the resort town of LuhaÄŤovice, fell deeply in love with her, despite both their marriages and the fact he was considerably older than Kamila.
Kamilavka A kamilavka (Greek ÎşÎ±ÎĽÎąÎ»Î±Ď…ÎşÎ± â€” also kamilavkion (ÎşÎ±ÎĽÎąÎ»Î±Ď…ÎşÎąÎżÎ˝), kalimmavkhion (ÎşÎ±Î»Ď…ÎĽÎĽÎ±ĎŤĎ‡ÎąÎżÎ˝), or kalimafi (ÎşÎ±Î»ÎąÎĽÎ±Ď…Îą)) is an item of clerical clothing worn by Orthodox Christian monks (in which case it is black) or awarded to clergy as a mark of honor (in which case it is usually red or purple). It is a stiff hat that may be cylindrial with a flattened conical brim at the top (Greek style), flared and flat at the top (Russian style), or cylindrical and flat at the top (Serbian style).
Kaminia (Piraeus), Greece Kaminia is a famous and beautiful neighborhood of Piraeus. Almost all residents of Kaminia are Olympiacos fans because The Karaiskaki Stadium (in Greek: Î“Î®Ď€ÎµÎ´Îż Î“ÎµĎŽĎÎłÎąÎżĎ‚ ÎšÎ±ĎÎ±ĎŠĎÎşÎ¬ÎşÎ·Ď‚)is only blocks away.
Kaministiquia River The Kaministiquia River is a Canadian river which empties into western Lake Superior at the city of Thunder Bay. Kaministiquia (Gaa-ministigweyaa) is an Ojibwe word meaning "(river) with islands" due to two large islands (McKellar and Mission) at the mouth of the river.
Kamino-shima or is the double-mountained 'northern end of Tsushima Island, which lies in the KoreaÂ /Â Tsushima Straits between the East China Sea to the south and the Sea of Japan to the north, and Korea to the west and mainland Japan to the east. The famous naval Battle of Tsushima was fought east and northeast of Kamino-shima in the Tsushima Strait.
Kaminsky catalyst A Kaminsky catalyst is a catalytic system for olefin polymerization discovered by Walter Kaminsky and coworkers in 1980. Kaminsky catalysts are based on metallocenes of group 4 transition metals with methylaluminoxane (MAO).
Kamioka Liquid Scintillator Antineutrino Detector The Kamioka Liquid Scintillator Antineutrino Detector (KamLAND) is an experiment at the Kamioka Observatory, an underground neutrino observatory near Toyama, Japan. It was built to detect electron antineutrinos.
Kamionek Kamionek, a neighbourhood in Warsaw, located on the right bank of the Vistula River, formally a village, in XIX century with beginning of Industrial Revolution in this part of the Russian Empire, transformed in to textile industry center. Today it is part of Praga PoĹ‚udnie, where the city office is located, most of its factories are not operated after the fall of the Communism in Poland.
Kamisaka Sekka Kamisaka Sekka (çĄžĺť‚é›Şä˝ł)(1866-1942) was a Japanese artist and craftsman of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The final master of the Rinpa school of painting, Sekka also worked in lacquer and in a variety of other media.
Kamisese Mara Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara GCMG KBE CF, (May 6, 1920 â€“ April 18, 2004) is considered the founding father of the modern nation of Fiji. He was Chief Minister from 1967 to 1970, when Fiji gained its independence from the United Kingdom, and, apart from one brief interruption in 1987, Prime Minister from 1970 to 1992.
Kamishibai Kamishibai (ç´™čŠťĺ±…), literally "paper drama", is a form of storytelling that originated in Japanese buddhist temples in the 12th century, where monks used e-maki (picture scrolls) to convey stories with moral lessons to a mostly illiterate audience. It endured as a storytelling method for centuries, but is perhaps best known for its revival in the 1920s through the 1950s.
Kamitakara, Gifu Kamitakara (ä¸Šĺ®ťćť‘; -mura) was a village located in the former Yoshiki District, Gifu, Japan. On February 1, 2005 the village merged into the expanded city of Takayama and no longer exists as an independent municipality.
Kamiya Kaoru Kamiya Kaoru (çĄžč°· č–« Kamiya Kaoru), known in Western-order (Kaoru Kamiya) in the English anime, is a fictional character in the anime and manga Rurouni Kenshin/Samurai X. Her Japanese seiyĹ« is Miki Fujitani and her English voice actors are Dorothy Melendrez in the TV series and Katherine Catmull in the OVAs.
Kamiyahagi, Gifu Kamiyahagi (ä¸Šçź˘ä˝śç”ş; -chou) was a town located in the former Ena District, Gifu, Japan. On October 25, 2004 the town merged with three other towns and a village from the district into the expanded city of Ena, Gifu and no longer exists as an independent municipality.
Kamkars group The Kamkars (Kurdish: Kamkaran, Persian: Ú©Ř§Ů…Ú©Ř§Ř±Ř§Ů†), an Iranian Kurdish family of seven brothers and a sister, are undeniably one of the leading musical ensembles in Iran today. Their repertoire ranges from the vast array of traditional Kurdish and Persian music with its poignant, entrancing melodies and uplifting high energy rhythms to the traditional classical Kurdish and Persian music of Iran.
Kamkata-viri language Kamkata-viri, the largest Nuristani language, contains the main dialects Kata-vari, Kamviri and Mumviri. Kata-vari and Kamviri are often defined as two separate languages, but according to linguist Richard Strand they form one language.
KamKorp KamKorp is a Swiss manufacturer of the Frazer-Nash brand of electric vehicles. KamKorp is owned by the businessman Kamal Siddiqis, and were owners of the Norwegian electric vehicle manufacturer Think Nordic from 2003 to 2006.
Kamla Nagar Kamla Nagar is one of the major shopping centres in Delhi, India and is situated next to the University of Delhi. The market is famous for popular brands of fashion apparel and also acts as a popular hangout for college students, many of whom live in hostels and rented accommodation closeby.