Toluta'u Koula may refer to:
Psara is a Greek island in the Aegean Sea. Together with the small island of Antipsara it forms the municipality of Psara. It is part of the Chios regional unit, which is part of the North Aegean region. The only town of the island and seat of the municipality is also called Psara.
Eudoxia, Eudokia or Evdokia is a feminine given name, which originally meant "good fame or judgement" or "she whose fame or judgement is good" in Greek. The Slavic forms of the name are East Slavic: Evdokiya, Yevdokiya ; South Slavic: Evdokija (Евдокија), Jevdokija (Јевдокија). It was mainly popular in late antiquity and during the Middle Ages, particularly in Eastern Europe. It continues to be in use today, usually in honor of various saints.
Tonga sent a delegation to compete at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia from 15 September to 1 October 2000. Sydney was Tonga's fifth consecutive appearance at a Summer Olympic Games. The Tongan delegation to Sydney consisted of two track and field athletes; Toluta'u Koula and Ana Siulolo Liku; and weightlifter Tevita Kofe Ngalu. Neither of the track athletes advanced beyond the first round of their events, while Ngalu came 13th in the men's 105 kg category.
The Datec Cup Provincial Championship is the highest level of rugby union football competition within Tongan rugby and is a stepping stone for local players into international rugby union.
The Destruction of Psara was the killing of thousands of Greeks on the island of Psara by Ottoman troops during the Greek War of Independence in 1824.
The Greek Ship is the nickname of a cargo steamship, Khoula F, that has been beached on the southwest coast of Kish Island, Iran, since 1966. She was built in 1943 by the British shipyard of William Hamilton and Company in Port Glasgow, Scotland, under the name Empire Trumpet. From 1946 to 1966, she passed through a series of British and Iranian owners and various changes of name. Her final owners were Greek, and the nickname given to her derives from them.
Thiruvarkadu Bhagavathi Temple is the mother temple of all Bhadrakali shrines of North Kerala. The deity is the Fierce form of Bhadrakali. The Bhagavathy is addressed by tantrics in the vicinity as Tiruvarkkad Achchi due to this. The temple administration is Malabar Devaswom Board. The temple is a revered shrine of Chirakkal Royal Family and a shrine of Chirakkal devaswom before. The temple is situated in Madayi, Payangadi, hence prominently known as Madayi Kavu.
Koula Agagiotou was a Greek actress. She is probably best known for her role in the Greek sitcom To Retire.
Koula is a small town and commune in the Cercle of Koulikoro in the Koulikoro Region of north-western Mali. As of 2008 the commune had a population of 17953. It is located 18 kilometres from Koulikoro city.
Koula may refer to:
Koula is a small town and commune in the Cercle of Tominian in the Ségou Region of Mali. In 1998 the commune had a population of 14.998.
Asipeli Havea "Viliami" Tolutaʻu is a Tongan sculptor and an emeritus professor of sculpture at Brigham Young University–Hawaii (BYU–Hawaii).
Maionia or Maeonia, was a city of the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine era located near the Hermos River, in ancient Lydia. Both Ramsay and Talbert tentatively identified the ancient polis with the modern village of Koula a village known for its carpet manufacture.
The Kō'ula River or Koula is the largest tributary of the Hanapēpē River on the Hawaiian island of Kauai. It rises at 4,642 ft on the slopes of Mt. Waialeale and flows generally south for 9.2 miles to its confluence with the Manuahi Stream. Beyond this point it is known as the Hanapēpē River. The river has a long-term mean discharge of 85.2 cubic feet per second.
Vili Tolutaʻu is an American rugby union player who plays as a forward for the New England Free Jacks in Major League Rugby (MLR). He also represents America playing for the United States men's national team.
VOEA Ngahau Koula may refer to the following ships
VOEA Ngahau Koula (P301) is a Guardian-class patrol vessel designed and built for the Tonga Maritime Force by Australia. After the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea established that all maritime nation were entitled to exercise control over a 200-kilometre (120 mi) exclusive economic zone, Australia agreed to give small patrol boats to Tonga and eleven other neighbours in the Pacific Islands Forum.
The 2022 Manly Warringah Sea Eagles season will be the 73rd in the clubs history since their entry to the New South Wales Rugby League premiership in 1947. Des Hasler will coach the club for the fourth consecutive year and twelfth overall. Daly Cherry-Evans will captain the club for the sixth consecutive year. Pointsbet will become the new major sponsor for the club taking over URM which will move onto a premier partner role.
Tolutau Koula is a Tonga international rugby league footballer who plays as a centre, fullback or winger for the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in the NRL.
Toluta'u Koula is a former Tongan sprinter who competed in the men's 100m competition at the 1996 Summer Olympics. He recorded a 10.71, not enough to qualify for the next round past the heats. He also competed in the 1992 Summer Olympics, scoring a 10.85, as well as the 2000 Summer Olympics, where he ran an 11.01. His personal best is 10.56, set in 1996. He also competed in the 1994 and 1998 Commonwealth Games.