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Patrícia Nunes "Ticha" Penicheiro, OIH is a Portuguese sports agent and retired basketball player. She played for the Sacramento Monarchs in the WNBA for most of her career. She was a four-time WNBA All-Star and a three-time All-WNBA selection. Penicheiro is regarded as one of the best point guards of all time, ranking 2nd all-time for most career assists and led the WNBA in assists seven times. She won a WNBA championship with the Monarchs in 2005.


Tichá Municipality and village in Moravian-Silesian Region, Czech Republic

Tichá is a village and municipality in Nový Jičín District in the Moravian-Silesian Region of the Czech Republic.

Ticha Stadium football stadium

Ticha Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Varna, Bulgaria, located in the Chayka district of the city. Currently, the stadium is used for football matches and is the home ground of Cherno More Varna. It has a seating capacity of 8,250 spectators. The stadium is named after the previous tenant of the club, SC Ticha and the previous name of the river Kamchia, located few kilometers south of Varna.

Ticha Reservoir

Ticha Reservoir is a reservoir in Varbitsa Municipality, Shumen Province, northeastern Bulgaria, located to the north and northeast of the town of Varbitsa. It is one of the largest lakes of Bulgaria. The Ticha Dam is located in the northeastern part of the reservoir, in the southeastern part of Kotel Mountain.

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Jana Tichá Czech astronomer

Jana Tichá is a Czech astronomer and discoverer of minor planets. She studied at the University of Economics in Prague and graduated in 1987. In 1992 she was selected for the position of a director of the Kleť Observatory.

PFC Cherno More Varna association football club

Cherno More is a Bulgarian professional association football club based in the city of Varna, which currently competes in Bulgaria's primary football competition, the First League. Founded on March 3, 1913, as an association football branch of the larger sports society SC Galata, the club has spent the majority of its existence playing in the top tier of Bulgarian football.

Montana Bluff

Montana Bluff is an ice-covered peak rising to 670 m at the end of a side ridge running south-southeast from Ticha Peak in central Bowles Ridge, Livingston Island. Surmounting Perunika Glacier to the west and southwest, and Huron Glacier to the east and southeast. It is named after the city of Montana in Northwestern Bulgaria.

Petrich Peak mountain in Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica

Petrich Peak is an ice-covered peak of elevation 760 m in central Bowles Ridge on Livingston Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica, which is named after the town of Petrich in Southwestern Bulgaria.

Ticha Peak mountain in Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica

Ticha Peak is a 790 m peak on the east side of Omurtag Pass in Bowles Ridge, Livingston Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. The peak is overlooking Perunika Glacier and Wörner Gap to the southwest, Huron Glacier to the southeast, and Kaliakra Glacier to the north.

Kamchiya river in Bulgaria

The Kamchiya is a 191-kilometre (119 mi) river in eastern Bulgaria, the longest river on the Balkan Peninsula to flow directly into the Black Sea. It starts from the confluence of two rivers springing from Eastern Stara Planina, Golyama Kamchiya and Luda Kamchiya, flows eastward to the Black Sea and empties into it 25 km south of Varna, in the Resort of Kamchiya.

Brandýs nad Orlicí Town in Czech Republic

Brandýs nad Orlicí is a small town in the Pardubice Region of the Czech Republic, on the banks of Tichá Orlice river. It has around 1,400 inhabitants. The main railway line between Pardubice and Česká Třebová runs through the town.

Statistics of Bulgarian National Football Division in the 1937/1938 season.

This page covers all relevant details regarding PFC Cherno More Varna for all official competitions inside the 2008-09 season. These are A PFG, Bulgarian Cup and UEFA Cup.

Tichá dohoda Czech band

Tichá dohoda was a Czech alternative rock band, which existed from 1986 to 1999. The band was led by songwriter, guitarist and producer Dan Šustr and lead vocalist Blanka Šrůmová. They were known in the Czech pop music scene of the late 1990s for their outspoken attitudes to sex and drugs. They had eight hits in the Czech Republic, several local Grammy award nominations, and released the first Czech unplugged record in 1994, entitled UnplugGag, before being dropped by Sony Music after the release of their last album, Válcovna vkusu s.r.o., in 1998.


Gerlovo or Gerilovo is a small geographic and ethnographic region in Northern Bulgaria, a hilly fertile valley in the northeastern Balkan Mountains, south of the Ludogorie region. It lies between the Lisa, Preslav-Dragoevo and Kotel-Varbitsa mountains and covers much of Varbitsa municipality of Shumen Province, with smaller parts in Omurtag municipality and Kotel municipality. The main river is the Kamchiya, which runs through the entire valley and forms the Ticha Reservoir; the only sizable town is Varbitsa. Four strategically important mountain passes run through the region: the Preslav Pass, Dervent Pass, Kotel Pass and Varbitsa Pass.

Čermná nad Orlicí Municipality and village in Hradec Králové Region, Czech Republic

Čermná nad Orlicí is a village and municipality in Rychnov nad Kněžnou District in the Hradec Králové Region of the Czech Republic. It lies on the both banks of Tichá Orlice river.

Tichý is a Czech surname. People named Tichý include:

Varbitsa Municipality Municipality in Shumen, Bulgaria

Varbitsa Municipality is a municipality (obshtina) in Shumen Province, Northeastern Bulgaria, located in the vicinity of the northern slopes of the Eastern Stara planina mountain to the area of the so-called Fore-Balkan. It is named after its administrative centre - the town of Varbitsa.

2017–18 Bulgarian Basketball Cup

The 2017–18 Bulgarian Basketball Cup was the 64th edition of the annual cup tournament in Bulgaria.It is managed by the Bulgarian Basketball Federation.The competition started on November 22, 2017, and ended with the Final on March 3, 2018. Rilski Sportist won their second cup. Yordan Bozov was named Final MVP.

SC Ticha Varna

Ticha Varna is a dissolved Bulgarian sports club, which was located in Varna.

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