Oval Lingotto

Oval Lingotto Location Turin, Italy Owner City of Turin Capacity 8,500 Construction Broke ground 2003 Opened 2005 Architect HOK Sport[1] Studio Zoppini Buro Happold Torino Oval Lingotto is an indoor arena in Turin, Italy. It was built for use at the 2006 Winter Olympics, during which it hosted speed skating events.[2] It has a capacity of 8,500 spectators and was designed by Populous, Studio Zoppini Associati

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Hiroaki Takao

This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (August 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Hiroaki Takao Personal

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Dobrava pri Kostanjevici

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Sarısu, Azerbaijan

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1769 in Great Britain

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Simeto-class water tanker

Class overview Name: Simeto Builders: - Cantiere Navale De Poli (Pellestrina, Venezia): Ticino and Tirso - C.I.N.E.T. (Molfetta, Bari): Simeto Operators: 2 x  Marina Militare 1 x  Tunisia Navy Building: 3 Planned: 3 Completed: 3 Active: 3 General characteristics Type: Auxiliary ship Displacement: Ticino and Tirso: - 715 t (704 long tons), empty - 2.027 t (1.995 long tons), full load Simeto: - 1.914 t (1.884 long tons), full load Length: Ticino and Tirso: 69.84 m (229 ft 2 in) oa[1] Simeto: 68.35 m (224 ft 3 in) oa Beam: 10.00 m

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Vugar Bayramov (economist)

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Satasai

The Satasai (Satsai) or Bihari Satsai (Seven Hundred Verses of Bihari) is a famous work of the early 17th century by the Hindi poet Bihārī, in the Braj Bhasha dialect of Hindi spoken in the Braj region of northern India.[1] It contains Dohas, or couplets, on Bhakti (devotion), Neeti (Moral

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Jalaluddin Masud Jani

Jalaluddin Masud Jani was the Governor of Bengal during 1247-1251 CE. History[edit] He succeeded after the death of Tughlaq Tamar Khan in 1247 CE. He adopted the title Malik-us-Sharq (Lord of the East). Masud Jani ruled Bengal for four years before was removed from office in 1251 CE.[1] Preceded by Tughlaq Tamar Khan Mamluk Delhi Sultanate

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Sanjeev Nag

Sanjeev Nag Nationality Indian Citizenship Indian Occupation Film editor Sanjeev Nag is an Indian film editor. Nag edited the documentary film Head On Air Crash (aka Head On!) (2003), regarding the fatal 1996 Charkhi Dadri mid-air collision at Delhi's IGI Airport. The film was telecast on the National Geographic Channel and has won technical awards.[1] [2] [3] He recently

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