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John Kakuhura Raymond Timu is a New Zealand former rugby league and rugby union footballer who played in the 1980s and 1990s who achieved international selection for New Zealand in both rugby codes, appearing in 26 tests for the All Blacks in union and nine for the Kiwis in league. Timu's usual position was centre in league and in union he would play at full-back or on the wing.

Moldova 1 Moldavian TV station

Moldova 1 is the national Moldovan television channel, operated by the national public broadcaster, TeleRadio-Moldova.

Croatia mens national ice hockey team national sports team

The Croatian men's national ice hockey team represents Croatia in IIHF ice hockey competitions. It is organized by the Croatian Ice Hockey Federation. In 2015, the team was ranked 26th in the world by the IIHF. At the 2014 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships Croatia currently competes in 2014 Division I B.

Avrămeni Place in Botoșani County, Romania

Avrămeni is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Aurel Vlaicu, Avrămeni, Dimitrie Cantemir, Ichimeni, Panaitoaia, Timuș and Tudor Vladimirescu.

The Paniai Lakes languages, also known as the Wissel Lakes or Wissel Lakes – Kemandoga River, are a small family of closely related Trans–New Guinea languages spoken in the highlands of Irian Jaya in the Paniai Lakes region of West Papua. Foley (2003) considers their Trans–New Guinea status to be established.

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I Am Giant

I Am Giant is a rock band based in London, United Kingdom. They formed in Waitakere, New Zealand in late 2008 and released their debut album The Horrifying Truth on 1 August 2011 in Australia and New Zealand, where it has been certified Gold and delivered four Rock Chart No. 1's. The album was released in Asia on 23 March 2012, and in Europe and US on 8 October 2012.

Ladislav Hudec is a former football player from Slovakia and recently manager of FC Nitra. He was former manager of Myjava.

The 1993 New Zealand rugby union tour of Britain was a series of thirteen matches played by the New Zealand national rugby union team in England, Scotland and Wales from October to December 1993. Twelve of the matches took place in England or Scotland with only the final match against the Barbarians being played in Wales. New Zealand won twelve of their thirteen games, losing only the international match against England – they won the other international against Scotland

The 1991 New Zealand rugby union tour of Argentina was a series of matches played in June and July 1991 in Argentina by New Zealand national rugby union team.

Denis Ventúra is a Slovak football midfielder who plays for iClinic Sereď.

The 1999 Challenge Cup, known as the Silk Cut Challenge Cup for sponsorship reasons, was the 98th staging of the Challenge Cup, a European rugby league cup competition.

Nikola Čvorović is a Serbian professional basketball player for Kolubara LA 2003 of the Basketball League of Serbia.

<i>Messalina</i> (1951 film) 1951 film by Carmine Gallone

Messalina or The Affairs of Messalina is a 1951 historical drama film directed by Carmine Gallone and starring María Félix, Georges Marchal and Memo Benassi. It was a co-production between France, Italy and Spain. It was shot at the Cinecittà studios in Rome with sets designed by Gastone Medin and Vittorio Nino Novarese. It was part of a growing trend of epic historical films of 1950s. In 1954 a dubbed English version was released in the United States by Columbia Pictures.

John Timu is an American football coach and former inside linebacker who is an assistant on the Washington Huskies football team. He played college football for the Huskies before joining the Chicago Bears as an undrafted free agent in 2015. He also spent time with the Salt Lake Stallions.

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Fiona Timu is a New Zealand softball player. She competed at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, where the New Zealand team placed sixth in the women's softball tournament.

Caleb Timu New Zealand-Australian rugby union and rugby league footballer

Caleb Timu is a New Zealand-born Australian rugby footballer of Samoan heritage who plays rugby union for the Queensland Reds in the Super Rugby competition. His position of choice is back row/loose forward.

Alen Mustafić is a Bosnian-Herzegovinian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina club FK Sarajevo.

Josh Timu is a New Zealand rugby union player who plays as a fullback. He currently plays for Sunwolves in Super Rugby.